U.S. Bureau of Land Management

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) may best be described as a small agency with a big mission: To sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of America’s public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. It administers more public land – over 245 million surface acres – than any other Federal agency in the United States. Most of this land is located in the 12 Western states, including Alaska. The BLM also manages 700 million acres of sub-surface mineral estate throughout the nation.

U.S. Bureau of Land Management Oregon, USA
Oct 21, 2019
Temporary
MANY vacancies in the following locations: Hines, OR Klamath Falls, OR Lakeview, OR Prineville, OR Spokane Valley, WA Wenatchee, WA Summary Physical Demands/Work Environment : Fieldwork is performed outdoors in conditions that include steep and rough terrain, dense vegetation, heavy rains, and insects; to include wet, muddy, uneven or rocky surfaces.  Positions require physical exertions, such as, hiking, crouching, and stooping, reaching, or similar activities and may require primitive camping and living skills for up to two weeks at a time.  Individuals should be able to work alone or with other people, during day/night hours. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Range Technicians work under the supervision and guidance of professional range and natural resource specialists performing a variety of duties related to monitoring rangeland conditions, managing herds of wild horses and burros, processing allotment transfers, supervising range use by permits, and investigating unauthorized use. Other duties may include weed management and monument inventory. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, and stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com !
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Lakeview, OR, USA
Oct 21, 2019
Temporary
Summary Physical Demands/Work Environment : Field work is performed outdoors in conditions that include steep and rough terrain, dense vegetation, heavy rains, and insects; to include wet, muddy, uneven or rocky surfaces.  Positions require physical exertions, such as, hiking, crouching, and stooping, reaching, or similar activities and may require primitive camping and living skills for up to two weeks at a time.  Individuals should be able to work alone or with other people, during day/night hours. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Range Aids work under the supervision and guidance of professional range and natural resource specialists performing a variety of duties related to monitoring rangeland conditions, managing herds of wild horses and burros, processing allotment transfers, supervising range use by permits, and investigating unauthorized use. Other duties may include weed management and monument inventory. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, and stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com !
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Oregon, USA
Oct 21, 2019
Temporary
MANY vacancies in the following locations: Lakeview, OR Vale, OR Spokane Valley, WA Wenatchee, WA Summary Physical Demands/Work Environment   Work may take place in extremely remote areas and may require primitive camping and living skills for upwards of two weeks in duration. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, stooping, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be able to work alone or with people; during early morning, day, or night hours. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities The Range Technician (Monitoring) works under the supervision and guidance of professional range and natural resource specialists to provide technical support and assistance in range conservation, range management and range improvement.  In addition to serving as a crew member or crew lead for specific projects, the specific duties are: implementing and coordinating Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring (AIM) procedures; inputting and extracting data for reporting, planning and analysis; completing range condition and trend studies, utilization, actual use, climatological and other allotment evaluation studies; ensuring stipulation compliance for grazing permits and leases; assisting in grazing lease and permit preparation and range administration; assisting with automated billing, updating case files and allotment files; and preparing range transfer documents . Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com !
U.S. Bureau of Land Management
Oct 04, 2019
Temporary
MANY vacancies in the following locations: Lakeview, OR Prineville, OR Summary Physical Demands/Work Environment : Field work is performed outdoors in conditions that include steep and rough terrain, dense vegetation, heavy rains, and insects; to include wet, muddy, uneven or rocky surfaces.  Positions require physical exertions, such as, hiking, crouching, and stooping, reaching, or similar activities and may require primitive camping and living skills for up to two weeks at a time.  Individuals should be able to work alone or with other people, during day/night hours. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Biological Science Aids perform a variety of routine procedural tasks in support of biological programs.  Duties may include the following: research, compile and tabulate inventory data, such as, population reproductive performance, food habits, prey densities, and habitat distribution; conduct field surveys or proposed actions (timber sales, road construction proposals, land exchanges, etc.) for federally listed wildlife species; conduct monitoring of known sites to ascertain site occupation and reproductive success; interpret aerial photos, landsat imagery and topographic maps to determine land use and vegetation distribution and to plot nest/herd breeding sites; inspections and maintenance of water improvements; use GPS devices for navigation and data collection. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Oregon, USA
Oct 04, 2019
Temporary
MANY vacancies in the following locations: Baker City, OR Grants Pass, OR Klamath Falls, OR Maupin, OR Merlin, OR Prineville, OR Summary Physical Demands/Work Environments : Work may be performed indoors or outdoors. Work may occur in steep, wet and muddy terrain, in campgrounds, recreation sites, visitor centers, offices, fee booths, bathrooms, trails or remote areas requiring extended camping. Positions may require physical exertions such as extended walking/standing, driving, stooping/crouching, digging, or lifting/carrying. Individuals should be able to work alone or with people; during day/night/weekend/holiday hours. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities NOTE: These are  not  Law Enforcement positions.   Park Rangers (River Patrol) support the Bureau's recreation program. They work with the public to: provide information, conduct permit compliance and safety inspections, and conduct river patrols. They respond to emergency situations, including swift water rescue and administering first aid. In addition, they participate in evaluating visitor use patterns, preparing and maintaining recreation sites, monitoring condition of sites, natural and cultural resources. Work may take place in extremely remote environments and may require primitive camping and living skills for upwards of two weeks in duration. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, bending, crouching, and stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during day/night/weekend/holiday hours. Note for River Rangers in Maupin and Prineville:    Job duties include facility maintenance, cleaning, public education/outreach and regulation compliance.  Employees will be regularly be required to drive long distances over some rough roads in order to accomplish job duties.  They may also be required to hike on uneven or rough terrain to access remote sites.  River skills must include the ability to safely negotiate Class IV-V rapids repeatedly in a raft. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Oregon, USA
Oct 04, 2019
Temporary
MANY vacancies in the following locations: Baker City, OR Grants Pass, OR Hines, OR Klamath Falls, OR Lakeview, OR Medford, OR Prineville, OR Roseburg, OR Salem, OR Springfield, OR Vale, OR Spokane Valley, WA Wenatchee, WA Summary Physical Demands / Work Environment : Work requires some physical exertion such as bending and walking in terrain that is rough, rocky, mountainous and densely vegetated.  Required to lift and carry equipment necessary to efficiently perform the work of the position, and to provide for personal comfort and safety.  This can include tools, personal protective equipment, food and water for extended periods of work away from vehicles. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Biological Science Technicians (Plants) make observations and record data relating to plant studies; document occurrence and distribution of identified species; inventory rare and endangered species habitat; participate in environmental studies documenting factors affecting plant species and habitat; they lead or conduct field searches for populations of sensitive, threatened or endangered plant species, as well as weeds (non-native invasive plant species); photograph, collect and mount plant specimens encountered at different stages of development; collect ecological site information for population distribution, condition, trend, associated species, geology, soil type, prepare reports, and they may also treat weed populations. Work is performed in an outdoor environment that ranges from very cold and wet to very hot and dry. This work may require physical exertion over very steep, wet, muddy, slippery, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; and also may include bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, and similar activities. NOTE:    Lakeview, OR:  At this location, field work is performed at elevations ranging 4,000 to 8,000 feet.  During the field season temperatures can range from 30 degrees to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.  The work is located from 1 to 3 hours away from the office and requires driving 4/x/4 vehicles while towing trailers loaded with UTVs and other field equipment on unimproved roads, as well as operating UTVs on rough rock roads to access remote field sites.  Duties may include post-fire rehabilitation vegetation monitoring including summarizing findings and analysis of climate/vegetation data in reports and/or controlling noxious weeds through IPM activities such as manual hand digging/pulling, mowing, or spraying noxious weeds with herbicides, as well as assisting with surveys of sprayed plants.   Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Oregon, USA
Oct 04, 2019
Temporary
MANY vacancies in the following locations: Corvallis, OR Medford, OR North Bend, OR Salem, OR Springfield, OR Wenatchee, WA Summary Physical Demands/Work Environment : Work may take place in extremely remote areas that requires driving on gravel logging roads. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces.  Positions require physical exertions such as bending, crouching, stooping and reaching or similar activities and may require primitive camping for up to two weeks at a time. Individuals should be able to work alone or with others, during day/night hours. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Biology Technicians (Fisheries) may plan and conduct aquatic and riparian inventories and studies; plan and conduct fish population studies; plan and conduct simple water quality samplings of streams and lakes; analyze inventory or study data; prepare data for inclusion in study reports; and make recommendations for aquatic and riparian enhancement projects or improvements in survey techniques and evaluation methods. Riparian studies may be conducted on wetland areas and along stream corridors and may include species inventory and condition assessments. Biology Aids or Technicians perform any or all of the following or similar duties: Work from an outline; check extensive data in the field of fish habitat condition (stream or lake); record results; make census counts of various species or record observations, based on guidelines provided, on species condition or stream surveys; assists in construction or placement of habitat improvement structures, fences, gabions, trash catchers, etc. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Oregon, USA
Oct 04, 2019
Seasonal
MANY vacancies in the following locations: Grants Pass, OR Klamath Falls, OR Lakeview, OR Medford, OR North Bend, OR Prineville, OR Roseburg, OR Salem, OR Springfield, OR Vale, OR Spokane Valley, WA Wenatchee, WA Summary Physical Demands / Work Environment : Work may take place in extremely remote areas and include driving on gravel logging roads. The work is performed outdoors in rugged terrain; to include very steep, wet, muddy, rough, uneven or rocky surfaces; positions require physical exertions, such as, hiking, crouching, and stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities. Individuals should be capable of working alone, or with other people, during early morning hours, night, or during the day. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Biological Science Technicians (Wildlife) perform any or all of the following or similar duties: research, compile and tabulate wildlife inventory data i.e., population counts, reproductive performance, food habits, prey densities, and habitat distribution; conduct field surveys on proposed actions (timber sales, road construction proposals, land exchanges, etc.) for federally listed and sensitive wildlife species; conduct monitoring of known sites to ascertain site occupation and reproductive success; conduct habitat/vegetation monitoring; conduct inventories for specific species in potential habitat areas, document locations using maps and GIS/GPS technology, enter data into databases and study files; interpret aerial photos, landsat imagery and topographic maps to determine land use and vegetation distribution and to plot nest/herd breeding sites. In some Oregon locations there are special conditions: In these locations your primary duty will be to inventory and monitor marbled murrelets and spotted owls. You will actively monitor the wildlife species in specific locations to clear timber sales and provide baseline to assess management actions. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com