- 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.
- Occasional Travel
- TDY (Temporary Duty travel) may be required: 5%
- Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is authorized IAW the Joint Travel Regulations.
Closes Tuesday 3/28/2017
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$49,765.00 to $78,270.00 / Per Year Series & Grade GS-0401-09/11