This position will work with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) staff and external agencies and groups for the development of prescribed fire planning, prioritization, coordination, and implementation of prescribed (Rx) burn projects for fire-dependent dry forest ecosystems located on WDFW wildlife lands. This position will provide the senior level leadership for all fuels and fire effects modeling, planning, implementation options, and timing to support the WDFW mission as well as multi-party project level monitoring plans that assess pre- and post-treatment fuels conditions and prescribed burning effects in a variety of different fuel models across Washington State.
Most of the work performed by this position is in Eastern Washington, though burn sites are statewide. The selected employee will have the option to work remotely when not in the field. This recruitment is posted open continuously.
First review of applications will be April 5, 2023, application review will be ongoing.