Natural Resources Manager

  • Fluor Corporation
  • Williamsburg, VA, USA
  • Aug 07, 2018
Full time Biology - Ecology Conservation/ Natural Resources Wildlife - Endangered Species - Biodiversity

Job Description

Job Description

Ensure all land-related activities comply with Government regulations, including The Integrated Natural Resources Plan. Included in this function will be a full range of management duties including, but not limited to the following:

•Develop policies and procedures to manage environmental resources
• Document agricultural and wildlife actives in accordance with federal and state regulations
• Maintain, draft, and update the Government’s Wildlife Management Regulatory Handbook
• Maintain liaison with federal, state, and local government natural resources and archeological representatives
• Perform timber management/clearing in compliance with The Integrated Natural Resources Plan and the Government’s Forestry Management Plan
• Oversee and implement the forestry, land, and wildlife management program execution and field work as directed by the Government
• Plan, recommend, inspect, and execute annual timber sales in coordination with the Government
• Manage the planning and execution of agricultural plantings, acreage mowing and prescribed burning
• Perform soil tests in accordance with scientific standards
• Collect, organize, and publish research data on Base game and non-game wildlife 
• Implement and research projects in coordination with the Government such as deer spotlight survey, quail call routes, mast and fisheries surveys
• Participate in endangered species co-op meetings with federal and state agencies
• Oversee the maintenance of deer stands and water fowl blinds including procurement and replacement items
• Remove nuisance animals from occupied areas
• Burn Government fields and understory in coordination with the GTM
• Initiate burn permits for controlled burns by notifying the Government Environment Safety Officer and fire department at least one week prior to burn event
• Manage game tagging and animal carcass removal
• Assist in the development and day-to-day operations of the annual hunting program
• Oversee the protection and proper stewardship of Base wetlands and threatened/endangered animals and plant species 
• Perform erosion and sedimentation inspections of construction sites
• Prepare reports on field work activities and accomplishments
• Provide technical recommendations and consultations on natural resource issues
• Coordinate planned agricultural and wildlife activities to limit impact on training or conferences
• Oversee maintenance and accessibility of Government deer and water fowl stands
• Manage, replace or remove dying trees

Please Note:

This position is contingent upon contract award.

Basic Job Requirements

• Bachelor's degree in Natural Resources Management, environmental science, forestry, rangeland management or equivalent field
• Minimum six (6) years of related experience in natural resource protection, planning, management or environmental science
•Must possess and maintain up to a TS/SCI clearance with government issued polygraph.

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