Army Installation Management Command

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Army Installation Management Command Fort A.P. Hill, VA, USA
Apr 17, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position: This position serves as a Supervisory Forester, providing first line supervision of forestry technicians involved in forest management and timber sales activities in the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the Directorate of Public Works at Fort A.P. Hill, VA. This is a TERM position not to exceed 5 years. This position may be converted to permanent without further competition, at the discretion of management. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Formulate and issue written instructions and special procedures for novel assignments. Inspect forest product harvesting operations to assure compliance and use of good forestry practices. Develop, plan and manages forest resources management projects. Develop policy, objectives, and priorities for the integration of timber management. Prepare plans and guidelines for timber marking. Inspect operations in the field to ensure guidelines and plans are being followed and initiate corrective action if necessary. Plan and direct insect disease program and other programs involving forest pests. Formulate and prepare written instructions and procedures with regards to forestry management. Develop silvicultural prescriptions and action plans for timber stand improvement and reforestation development work. Develop timber sale preparation program including making a determination of best access routes, location of cutting units and logging methods consistent with transportation and silvicultural plans. Prepare fire management plans to accomplish training, sustained production of forest products, habitat enhancement of wildlife habitat to include endangered species. Prepare fire management plans to protect cultural and archeological resources, wetlands management and outdoor recreation. Schedule areas to be burned and direct aerial and ground prescribed burning forces. Prepare Wildland Fire Policies and Plans and schedule areas to be burned along with direct aerial and ground prescribed burning forces. Closes 04/25/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Installation Management Command Fort Knox, KY, USA
Apr 17, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position: Serves as the Land Rehabilitation Area Management (LRAM) Coordinator for the installation, establishes priorities for th LRAM team to complete, plan the annual and five-year component projects and budgets, apply best management practices for design and execution of LRAM projects to ensure the rehabilitation, repair, and maintenance results are commensurate with the applied resources and identify projects sites by seeking information/guidance from personnel within the Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Program and Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security (DPTMS). Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Interpret safety and occupational health policy, standard and regulations. Ensures contract requirements are met in the completion of individual and collective tasks. Apply industry-standard Best Management Practices for soil conservation and erosion control Plan projects and coordination actions in association with the ITAM Coordinator. Integrate, analyze and evaluate various factors when deciding on a course of action. Provide project management and technical expertise of LRAM activities on the installation. Assist in preparation of the annual five-year work plans. Develop resources requirements cost estimates and project time lines for an annual and five-year period. Maintain work log/library of completed projects. Manage and coordinate the activities of Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance (LRAM) team. Use and maintain heavy equipment used for land repair and rehabiliation. Travel Required 25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position. Closes 04/30/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Army Installation Management Command Fort Hunter Liggett, California Avenue, Fort Hunter Liggett, CA, USA
Mar 13, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This position is with the US Army Installation Management Command, US Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security, Training Division, Fort Hunter Liggett, CA. We are located on the Central Coast of California between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The nearest towns to Fort Hunter Liggett are King City 26 miles north and Paso Robles 50 miles south. Fort Hunter Liggett is located in a rural area so a vehicle is a must; bus, car and van pools are available from select locations. Fort Hunter Liggett has many opportunities for outdoor recreation on a large post. It is an easy drive to the Pacific Ocean for beaches, fishing and water sports. Within easy reach are the high Sierras, a winter sports area where the snow is measured in feet and offers summer recreation to include superb camping, hiking and fishing. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Serve as the Sustainable Range Program (SRP) Geographic Information System (GIS) Coordinator for the Installation Training Area Management (ITAM) program training areas. Provide SRP GIS support to the Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS) Graphic Fire Desk (GFD). Provide SRP GIS support to Land Rehabilitation Management (LRAM). Provide the ITAM coordinator with GIS component input for the annual work plan, five-year plan, budget plan, and ITAM projects. Ensure functional requirements of the SRP GIS Program are met; support Soldier training, ITAM, Range Operations, and Range Modernization geospatial support requirements. Ensure range-related facility data is identified and coordinate with the installation real property office to ensure correct real property attributes are included in the geospatial data and real property database. Ensure geospatial data developed complies with guidance in the SRP Geospatial Data Strategy Memorandum and associated geospatial data QAPs. Prepare hard-copy map outputs using map layer combinations, scale, graphics and annotation. Closes 03/26/2018 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com