Integrated Training Area Management Coordinator, Senior Scientist

  • Parsons
  • Fort Bragg, NC, USA
  • Sep 25, 2018
Full time Conservation/ Natural Resources Environmental Science - Engineering Management Water Quality Watershed - Stormwater - Wastewater

Job Description


The Integrated Training Area Management Coordinator (ITAM) is responsible for providing the technical expertise necessary to plan, organize and execute all components of the Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Program.  Serve as the primary point of contact for the installation ITAM Program.  Perform highly complex (senior-level) natural resources work in hydrology, erosion control and landscape monitor.  Work involves initiating, designing, costing, validating, managing, and monitoring projects related to the development, repair and maintenance of military maneuver land. Work under limited supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.  
-Develop, plan, execute, and monitor training land improvement projects.
-Develop and manage short-term (1 year) and long-term (5 year) budget requirements.
-Coordinate all materials, equipment and facilities for ITAM work.
-Provide expertise in the fields of land inventorying and monitoring, rehabilitation and maintenance, environmental education, and the integration of military training and environmental requirements.
-Provide expertise to installation staff on ITAM and training land requirements.
-Participate in decision-making processes relating to training land management.
-Liaise with installation and other government agencies on training land requirements.
-Produce, conduct inspections, and submit permits for Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and other NEPA permitting requirements as necessary.
-Review natural resource technical reports and management plans; submit comments and ensure management plans are compatible with military training needs.
-Conduct field surveys and project inspections, and maintain a photo and GIS based map database of projects.
-Perform a variety of field and office tasks requiring the application of standard scientific principles and fundamental theories.
-Lead field teams by planning, organizing, and directing the work in the field under the supervision of the Project Manager.
-Provide technical guidance to lower-level Scientists and technicians.
-Perform other responsibilities associated with this position as assigned.

The minimum qualifications for this labor category are: Bachelor of Arts or Sciences degree concentrated in environmental science, biology, forestry, or similar area of study, or equivalent level of experience, or prior experience and demonstrated competence in Military Training Land Management.  Shall provide expertise that includes at least 5 years of ACOM, ASCC, or DRU Installation Project Management experience in installation ITAM, RTLA, or LRAM and with the ITAM Plan, Work Plan, in the Range Complex Master Plan. Experience with common office computer software such as spreadsheet, word processing, and slide presentation programs. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Public speaking experience.  Related work experience with US Army SRP and ITAM Programs. Shall be able to work with a diverse group of Army civilian and military personnel including military trainers, range operations staff, ecologists, archeologists, engineers, and planners.  Understanding of military training mission and requirements.
US citizenship.
US driver’s license and must pass MVR and be able to maintain legal driving privileges both on and off post.
Ability to successfully pass NAC-I (National Agency Check with Inquiries) investigation.

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