Army Corps of Engineers

15 job(s) at Army Corps of Engineers

Army Corps of Engineers Galveston, TX
Mar 21, 2017
Full time
Duties You will serve as a Project Manager responsible for the overall management, control, coordination, and execution of assigned projects. You will also serve as the leader of a project delivery team (PDT), and you will be responsible for ensuring that assigned project work is executed within applicable authority, policy, regulations, budgets, guidelines, and supervisory direction. You will coordinate with PDTs (i.e., planning, design, cost engineering, construction, real estate, contracting, etc.) to plan projects and prepare estimates of scope, schedule, budget, and resources to deliver essential products and services according to commitments. You will also perform the following:   Control and manage project milestones and budgets from planning through construction and initial operations   Participate in District programming decisions affecting long and short range courses of action for assigned projects   Monitor obligations and expenditures schedules to ensure maximum use of available funds   Coordinate the planning, design, cost engineering, construction, and environmental restoration, etc., for engineering projects   Serve as the District's primary point of contact for projects assigned with sponsor/customer; Federal, state, and local government agencies; Congressional interests; other external organizations; and higher authorities In order to qualify, you must meet the education and/or experience requirements described below.  Your resume must clearly describe your relevant experience; if qualifying based on education, your transcripts will be required as part of your application.  Additional information about transcripts is in this document. Closes Thursday 3/30/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Williston, ND, United States
Mar 21, 2017
Temporary
Other Park Ranger positions in North Dakota : Park Ranger , Riverdale, North Dakota, GS-0025-02/04, Closes 3/30/2017 Park Ranger , Bismarck, North Dakota, GS-0025-05, Closes 3/30/2017 About the Position : This position is with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, Operations Division located at the Garrison Project Office in Williston, ND. This position is a temporary position and may be extended in one year increments up to a maximum of two years. Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties The incumbent will patrol project lands, guard against unsafe and unsanitary conditions, trespassing, fire hazards, vandalism, thefts, control traffic, and enforce rules and regulations. Take action in emergency situations. Hand out maps, pamphlets, and copies of rules and regulations. Answer questions about fishing, hunting, and campsite locations. Develop interpretive programs for the visiting public. Develop and present campfire programs, dam tours, nature walks, amphitheater programs, and other outdoor activities for the visiting public. Keep historical records, files and items, and maintains ranger library. Develop and present school water safety programs. Conduct a program to identify and control the overuse and abuse of project lands and facilities. Prepare reports on public use and attendance. Identify erosion problems and plan and implement soil protection projects. Improve fisheries through active involvement in various habitat projects. Inspect leases and out grants. Utilize management tools to store, compile, and transmit data related to recreation and resources management. Assist in the inspection of construction work. Develop specifications for service contracts. Serve as a recreation fee collector or alternate recreation fee cashier. Travel Required Not Required Closes Thursday 3/30/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Grapevine, TX, United States
Mar 21, 2017
Temporary
About the Position : This is a Park Ranger, GS-0025-04 summer hire position with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, Operations Division in the following locations: Belton, TX, Clifton, TX, Coleman, TX, Comanche, TX, Dawson, TX, Grapevine, TX, and Wylie, TX. This position is temporary not to exceed 120 days and may be extended without further competition.  Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties As a Park Ranger, you will perform a variety of duties related to the public utilization of grounds and facilities within a reservoir area, and includes various technical and practical tasks in the conservation and use of park resources and in providing services for public visitors. The following are some of the duties you will perform in this position: Patrol an assigned area for detection of encroachment, unauthorized use, timber-cutting, vandalism, fire detection, theft, safety hazards, or littering. Provide information to visitors regarding recreation facilities and aid them in selecting areas suitable to their needs and desires. Carry out fire prevention activities by observing and reporting conditions. Instruct visitors on hazards, regulations and restrictions. Issue warnings and reports violations. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business Travel up 5% of the time NOTE - See similar job announcements : Park Ranger , Fort Peck, Montana, GS-0025-02/03, Closes 3/30/2017 Park Ranger , Riverdale, North Dakota, GS-0025-02/04, Closes 3/30/2017 Park Ranger , Williston, North Dakota, GS-0025-02/04, 3/30/2017 Park Ranger , Pierre, South Dakota, GS-0025-05, Closes 3/30/2017 Park Ranger , Bismarck, North Dakota, GS-0025-05, Closes 3/30/2017 Park Ranger , Mobridge, South Dakota, GS-0025-05, Closes 3/30/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Thomaston Dam, Thomaston, CT, United States
Mar 20, 2017
Temporary
Duties Duties include but not limited to a high level of interaction with park visitors and contractors; enforce Title 36 Rules and Regulations; maintenance of recreation area facilities and dam structures; natural resource management activities such as trail inspections and maintenance, wildlife habitat creation and boundary work; safety inspections; security, etc. Tour of duty normally includes weekend, holidays and evenings. Oversight is provided, by higher graded permanent staff. You will also: Keep informed about park points of interest and availability of park facilities. Serve as a uniformed Park Ranger at field office of the Operations Directorate. Promote good public relations. Provide courteous information to inquiries from visitors. Provide historical features of the park areas. Closes Friday 3/31/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana
Mar 20, 2017
Seasonal
The initial cut-off for referral consideration is April 3 , 2017; applications received by this date will have the first opportunity for review. Applications received after this date will be considered as additional vacancies become available. It is your responsibility to keep your application package up-to-date, and verify that the documents submitted are accurate and contain the required information needed to conduct a qualifications review. You will not be notified if/when a vacancy occurs in your desired geographic location(s), or before your application is pulled for referral consideration. This is a permanent, full time, Seasonal position . Seasonal employment means annually recurring periods of work of less than 12 months each year. Seasonal employees are permanent employees who are placed in non-duty/non-pay status and recalled to duty in accordance with pre-established conditions of employment.  Locations : Brookville, IN Dubois, IN Monroe County, IN Poland, IN Bee Spring, KY Campbellsville, KY Falls of Rough, KY Glasgow, KY Batavia, OH East Springfield, OH Waynesville, OH SPECIAL NOTICE - PLEASE READ! If you are a current career or career conditional federal civilian status candidate or possess another appointment eligibility, please apply against announcement SWGJ170000001906850S,  About the Position: The Park Ranger position is located at a comprehensive lake/park project. Project purposes may include water impoundment for flow regulation and a variety of resource preservation and outdoor recreation activities and applying methods, techniques, and procedures.  Advises visitors concerning safety, fire preventions, and proper and authorized use of recreational facilities. Develops and conducts interpretive talks/guided tour programs. Inspects facilities and check for compliance with rules and regulations. Conducts on-foot and motorized patrols of project land and water ways. Investigates of stream pollution due to logging, mining, manufacturing processes etc. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Advise visitors concerning safety, fire prevention, and proper and authorized use of recreational facilities. Develop and conduct interpretive talks and guided tour programs. Inspect facilities and check for compliance with rules and regulations. Collect cash receipts (user fees) and deposits in a designated depository. Prepare displays for postings on project bulletin boards. Conduct on-foot and motorized patrols of project land and water ways. Investigate stream pollution due to logging, mining and manufacturing processes, etc. The initial cut-off for referral consideration is April 3 , 2017; applications received by this date will have the first opportunity for review. Applications received after this date will be considered as additional vacancies become available. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Thomaston Dam, Thomaston, CT, United States
Mar 20, 2017
Temporary
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Duties include but not limited to a high level of interaction with park visitors and contractors; enforce Title 36 Rules and Regulations; maintenance of recreation area facilities and dam structures; natural resource management activities such as trail inspections and maintenance, wildlife habitat creation and boundary work; safety inspections; security, etc. Tour of duty normally includes weekend, holidays and evenings. Oversight is provided, by higher graded permanent staff.  You will also: Keep informed about park points of interest and availability of park facilities. Serve as a uniformed Park Ranger at field office of the Operations Directorate. Promote good public relations. Provide courteous information to inquiries from visitors. Provide historical features of the park areas. Closes Thursday 3/30/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla, WA
Mar 20, 2017
Internship- Paid
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:  Student Program Eligibles This announcement may be used to fill student trainee (Developmental) positions. The Pathways Intern Program is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions, from high school to graduate level, with opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers while still in school and while getting paid for the work performed. For more information on the Pathways Internship Program, visit:  https://www.doi.gov/pathways/internship-program Three vacancies, Student Trainee (Park Guide) GS-0099-03, GS-0099-04, and/or GS-0099-05 are anticipated being filled from this announcement. This announcement may be used to fill additional similar vacancies if necessary within 90 days of the closing date of the announcement. APPLICANTS WHO DO NOT SUBMIT THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION WILL NOT RECEIVE FULL CONSIDERATION.  Please read the entire announcement before you apply.  Duties Job Duties: These positions serve as Student Trainee Park Guides at the GS-0099-03, 04, or 05 grade levels  and involve responding to visitor inquiries, providing direction, information on and orientation regarding services or activities of interest to the public, performing guided tours, presenting informational talks and demonstrations, explaining the significance of an area's natural, cultural, historic and other resource information, educating visitors regarding rules, regulations and safety concerns.  Physical Demands/Work Environment: The work requires standing for long periods of time, walking for long distances, climbing and descending steep inclines, bending and lifting moderately heavy items. Mental stress and physical fatigue occur due to high volume of personal contacts, occasional emergency responses and repetitive nature of interpretive programs. Work is performed both indoors and outdoors resulting in exposure to a variety of weather conditions. About the Pathways Program: The Internship Program is for Current students only. The Internship Program provides students in high schools, colleges, trade schools and other qualifying educational institutions with paid opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers while completing their education. If selected, you will be required to sign a Pathways Agreement which specifies the conditions of your employment as we've indicated in this job announcement.  You will also be required to maintain your student status of attending an accredited educational institution at least half-time, seeking a degree or certificate, and being in good standing.  You will be required to provide proof of enrollment to your supervisor every semester or quarter to document your status. While this position is not established with the intention to convert the selected intern into a permanent position, if you meet all the requirements for conversion, you may be considered for conversion at this park or other federal locations if positions are available.  In general, interns may be converted to a permanent position (or, in some limited circumstances, to a term position lasting 1-4 years) within 120 days of successful completion of the program. This is not a guarantee, but merely an eligibility for conversion without further competition. To be eligible for conversion, interns must: * Complete at least 640 hours of work experience acquired through the Internship Program while still a student * Complete their degree or certificate requirements * Meet the qualification standards for the position to which the intern will be converted * Meet agency-specific requirements as specified in the Participant's Agreement, and * Perform their job successfully.  For more information on the Pathways Internship Program, visit: http://www.opm.gov/HiringReform/Pathways Travel Required Occasional Travel Occasional Travel to meet work demands. Closes Friday 3/31/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Cartersville, GA, United States
Mar 18, 2017
Temporary
These are TEMPORARY SUMMER HIRE POSITIONS lasting for up to 180 days. Positions may be filled as Full Time or Part Time dependent upon student schedule and organizational needs.  Actual length of employment is contingent upon budget and workload. This appointment does not confer eligibility to convert to a permanent position. About the Position: Multiple positions may be filled at the following duty locations: Benton, AL -Salary Scale ($26,150- $33,999) Camden, AL -Salary Scale ($26,150- $33,999) Chatsworth, GA-Salary Scale ($26,150- $33,999) Demopolis, AL-Salary Scale ($26,150- $33,999) Peterson, AL-Salary Scale ($26,150- $33,999) Cartersville, GA -Salary Scale ($27,431- $35,666) Columbus, MS -Salary Scale (26,150-$33,999)  Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Pathways Intern Program. Click here for more information on Pathways program participation.  Interns will be assigned to one or more higher graded specialists who will assign tasks designed to increase familiarity with the target occupation, in a real world work environment. This opportunity does not allow for conversion to a permanent position. Who May Apply : Students who are eligible for participation in the Department of the Army Internship Program Positions are open to current students pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate in an accredited high school, college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges); professional, technical, vocational, and trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution. Duties As an intern, you will be assigned to a senior specialist or group of specialists. You will be assigned tasks designed to familiarize you with different aspects of the occupation. Tasks will vary depending on the senior specialist's current workload, but may include the following: Collect park entrance fees from visitors Verify visitors to the park have the necessary entrance permit Furnish and explain to visitors rules and regulations of the park Inspect area and facilities for maintenance, litter, and hazards Operate a motor vehicle and 2-way radio equipment Closes Tuesday 3/28/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers California, United States
Mar 18, 2017
Full time
About the Position : Vacancies in the following locations Lake Isabella, CA Lemoncove, CA Oakdale, CA Orland, CA Piedra, CA Porterville, CA Raymond, CA Smartville, CA Truckee, CA Valley Springs, CA Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Pathways Intern Program. Click here for more information on Pathways program participation.  The Department of the Army Pathways Interns may be converted to a permanent position within 120 days of successful completion of the program. This intern position is designed to prepare a student trainee for employment after graduation as a GS-0025-5/7/9 Park Ranger. Interns will be assigned to one or more higher graded specialists who will assign tasks designed to increase familiarity with the target occupation, in a real world work environment. This opportunity follows a standard promotional path: one year at the GS-03 with acceptable performance with be promoted to a GS-04, one year at the GS-04 with acceptable performance will be promoted to the GS-05 level. Internship at the GS-03 (typically college students with Freshman or Sophomore's standing and GS-04 (typically college students with Sophomore or Junior standing). Internship at the GS-04 (typically college students with Sophomore or Junior standing and GS-05 (typically college students with Junior or Senior standing). Internship at the GS-05 (typically college students with Junior or Senior standing and GS-05 (typically college students with Senior or graduate class standing). The entry-level position will have a target full performance level of GS-09. Progression from the entry-level to the full performance level for this occupation will depend on successful completion of all requirements for promotion. Promotions may be considered after a year at each grade level, but are not guaranteed to occur on a specific time schedule. See eligibility requirements for conversion to a permanent or term position in the "Other Information" section below. Who May Apply : Students who are eligible for participation in the Department of the Army Internship Program Positions are open to current students pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate in an accredited high school, college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges); professional, technical, vocational, and trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution. Duties As an intern, you will be assigned to a senior specialist or group of specialists. You will be assigned tasks designed to familiarize you with different aspects of the occupation. Tasks will vary depending on the senior specialist's current workload, but may include the following: Serves as a Student Trainee (Park Ranger) assisting the ranger staff with the routine duties required to operate and maintain the recreational facility to which the employee is assigned. Employee works under the general supervision of the Park Manager and receives assignments from a higher graded Park Rangers. Familiar assignments are assigned with general instructions and without explicit detail. Explicit instructions are provided on special, unfamiliar or unusual assignments. Independently completes assignments, consulting a higher graded ranger when unexpected technical or personal contact problems are encountered. Provides visitor assistance requiring some specialized knowledge of the project such as: answering questions and providing information to the public on such items as cultural history, fish and wildlife habitats, project purpose, etc., and explaining park rules and regulations (e.g., fee compliance, safe vessel operation, etc.). Assists higher graded Park Rangers in patrolling recreational areas and flood risk management facilities. Provides routine courtesy safety inspections and collects recreational use fees. Informs and brings to the attention of park visitors violations of rules and regulations and gains voluntary compliance at the lowest level possible. Travel Required Occasional Travel Approximately 10% of the time. Closes Tuesday 3/28/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers East Brimfield Lake, Sturbridge, MA, United States
Mar 18, 2017
Temporary
These are Temporary appointments for 120 days with Activity option to extend up to a maximum of 1 additional year (24 months of total service). The following position vacancies and location Salary Ranges are listed below: 2 vacancies – East Brimfield Lake in Sturbridge, MA (Boston Locality - $36,175.00-$47,033.00) 1 vacancy – Buffumville Lake in Charlton, MA (Boston Locality - $36,175.00-$47,033.00) 1 vacancy – West Thompson Lake in North Grosvenordale, CT (Hartford Locality - $36,415.00-$47,345.00) 1 vacancy – West Hill Dam in Uxbridge, MA (Boston Locality - 36,175.00-$47,033.00) Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Duties include but not limited to a high level of interaction with park visitors and contractors; enforce (Title 36 - Parks, Forests, and Public Property) Rules and Regulations; maintenance of recreation area facilities and dam structures; natural resource management activities such as trail inspections and maintenance, wildlife habitat creation and boundary work; safety inspections; security, etc. Tour of duty normally includes weekend, holidays, and evenings. Oversight is provided by higher graded permanent staff. You will also: Keep informed about park points of interest and availability of park facilities. Serve as a uniformed Park Ranger at field office of the Operations Directorate. Promote good public relations. Provide courteous information to inquiries from visitors. Provide historical features of the park areas. Closes Monday 3/27/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Lucky Peak Lake, Ada County, ID, United States
Mar 18, 2017
Full time
About the Position: Lucky Peak Lake is a multi-purpose project providing flood control, irrigation, recreation, fish and wildlife, and hydropower (private) benefits. The staff consists of fourteen full time and seasonal employees who oversee in the operation and maintenance of the dam, as well as, natural resources management. This position will assist in the operations and maintenance of recreational areas and project facilities for the enjoyment of nearly one million visitors using the lake annually. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Conducts public education and interpretive services for the general public and for special groups. Enforces Title 36 CFR by educating the visiting public on the purposes of the dam and lake, conservation measures, environmental features, and Corps policies and regulations. Patrols public lands and waters to prevent unauthorized use, trespass, destruction of natural, cultural, or historic resources or government property; to insure compliance with rules and regulations; and for the protection of public lands and waters. Investigates violations, issues citations, and testifies in court. Assists in developing and implementing specific land use plans while integrating public use with fish, wildlife, vegetation, soil, air, park and water resources management. Participates in the development of various planning documents including Master Plans and Operational Management Plans (OMP), for management of natural and park resources. Serves as the Project safety and environmental compliance point of contact. Travel Required Occasional Travel TDY (Temporary Duty travel) may be required: 5% Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is authorized IAW the Joint Travel Regulations. Closes Tuesday 3/28/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Seattle, WA, United States
Mar 17, 2017
Temporary
About the Position: Seattle District, Corps of Engineers, Seattle, Washington is one of the world's premier public engineering organizations, capable of providing a full spectrum of engineering services.  Our strength lies in our technical excellence, our willingness to collaborate with our customers and understand their needs, and, our ability to facilitate creative solutions to achieve mutual goals. This position provides assistance and support to professional and technician personnel for studies concerned with the protection, preservation and enhancement of environmental resources. Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Pathways Intern Program. Click here for more information on Pathways program participation. Who May Apply : Students who are eligible for participation in the Department of the Army Internship Program Positions are open to current students pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate in an accredited high school, college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges); professional, technical, vocational, and trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution. Duties You will serve as a Student Trainee (Biology) and provide assistance and support to professional and technician personnel while broadening skills and gaining practical experience.  Tasks will vary depending on the senior specialist's current workload, but may include the following: Clerical duties such as typing and reviewing reports, editing, formatting, setting up mailings, web design, filing or sending reports to the archives. Data entry using Excel files and spreadsheets. Researching environmental studies and reports. Collating studies and consolidating information. Help with environmental field studies in such areas as fisheries, wildlife and water quality sampling. Assisting staff with upkeep of field work areas. Travel Required Occasional Travel Up to 10% Temporary Duty Travel (TDY) may be required. Closes Tuesday 3/28/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Dworshak Dam & Reservoir, Ahsahka, ID, United States
Mar 17, 2017
Full time
Duties Performs a variety of assignments involving all aspects of project operations including natural resources, recreation, and wildlife habitat management with an emphasis on Geospatial Information Management. Provides technical expertise in the design, implementation, management, analysis, and use of geospatial data and related information structures. Analyzes, designs and develops the database schema and data relationships based on organizational, mission, and functional requirements. Manages Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), components, database, and field collection of data. Coordinates and/or assists in the short range planning and execution of activities related to one or more of the following programs: Recreation and Park administration, shoreline management, forestry, fisheries and wildlife, shoreline stabilization, pest control, soil conservation, boundary surveillance, monumentation, land surveys, public education and interpretation, cultural resources, visitor assistance and public safety. Patrols project lands and waters to prevent unauthorized use, trespass and destruction of project land, water, facilities, and other environmental resources. Responsible for operations and maintenance of all existing trails, (hike, bike, horse and motorized) on the Project including managing current partnership agreements and developing new partnerships for trails. Travel Required Occasional Travel TDY (Temporary Duty travel) may be required: 5% Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is authorized IAW the Joint Travel Regulations. Closes Tuesday 3/28/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Pomeroy, WA
Mar 17, 2017
Full time
About the Position : *Recruitment/Relocation Incentive MAY be authorized. This position is located at Lower Granite Project, operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers and situated on the Snake River, 32-river miles downstream from Clarkston, Washington. This Project provides hydroelectric generation, navigation, fish passage and recreation. The powerhouse, navigation lock and juvenile fish facility are operated and maintained by 80-85 employees. Lower Granite Project lies in close proximity to the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley; college towns of Pullman, Washington and Moscow, Idaho; and Colfax, Washington. Recreational opportunities including fishing, hunting, boating and camping are abundantly available to enthusiasts. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Interprets and applies current environmental protection laws, regulations, and policies to operation and maintenance activities. Performs studies to evaluate compliance with environmental protection requirements. Develops and adapts innovative programs and procedures to ensure efficient and effective compliance with the environmental requirements. Maintains in-depth knowledge concerning current safety and occupational health laws, regulations, policies. Coordinates with representatives of other government agencies and private firms in developing and maintaining plans and procedures to comply with environmental and safety and occupational health requirements. Monitors and maintains records of compliance activities and personnel training. Serves as training coordinator and instructor for a wide variety of complex training topics. Performs studies, testing, inspections, planning, budget formulation, record keeping for compliance with safety, occupational health, and environmental protection laws and regulations. Travel Required Occasional Travel 10% TDY may be required. Relocation Authorized Yes *Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is authorized IAW the Joint Travel Regulations. Closes Wednesday 3/29/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Conchas Dam, NM
Mar 12, 2017
Full time
About the Position : This position is located with the US Army Engineer District, Albuquerque Operations Division, Lake Operations Branch, Conchas Lake Project Office, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Conchas Dam is located approximately 34 miles northwest of Tucumcari , New Mexico on Highway 104, or approximately 75 miles southeast of Las Vegas , New Mexico on State Road 104. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties In a developmental position you would serve as a Natural Resources Specialist performing all aspects of project operations to include natural resources, recreation and dam safety, fish and wildlife management, soil conversation, recreation, park administration, visitor assistance and other related fields. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business Travel (TDY) is 15% Relocation Authorized Yes Moving Expenses (PCS) May be authorized if found to be in the best interest of the government Closes Tuesday 3/21/2017 Also see GS-9 Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) Job Announcemen t NumberWTKC174838701895471D Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com