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Job: Service Forester - South Dakota Department of Agriculture (posted Sep 11, 2019)

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:

A formal education or experience in forestry or a related natural resource profession with an emphasis in forest entomology or pathology is preferred. Experience may be substituted for education and experience if that experience has prepared the candidate to successfully carry out the duties of this position.

Knowledge of:

  • dendrology;
  • arboriculture;
  • biology;
  • biometrics and botany;
  • forest ecology, mensuration;
  • forest entomology and forest pathology;
  • geographic information systems (ArcGIS);
  • horticulture, hydrology, plant physiology, and silviculture;
  • range and timber management;
  • state and federal laws regulating the use of pesticides;
  • forest fire management, forest insects and diseases, tree biology, forest economics, forest planning;
  • project design and management, urban forestry, agroforestry, and forest certification programs.


Funding: FY20 USGS Community for Data Integration Request for Proposals Released (posted Sep 16, 2019)

USGS Core Science Systems and Office of Enterprise Information leadership is excited to announce the FY20 USGS Community for Data Integration (CDI) Request for Proposals.

All interested scientists and staff are urged to consider participating in this opportunity to engage with a dynamic team that spans all mission areas and regions. With more than 1300 members, a major program goal is to support the advancement of USGS science through technical innovation and data integration. This year, CDI is encouraging proposals that produce building blocks for an Integrated Predictive Science Capacity with the following themes:

  1. Projects that address one of the major components of the USGS Director’s vision to:
    a. Integrate USGS data into a comprehensive data lake;
    b. Develop, test, and apply an integrated predictive science capability (EarthMAP) that incorporates data, interpretations, and knowledge spanning discipline boundaries, geographies, and sectors;
    c. Provide actionable intelligence that can be used via dashboards and applications to enhance situational awareness, provide new operational capabilities, and inform decision making, using technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and high performance computing.
  2. Tools and methods supporting wildland fire and water prediction, aligned with the EarthMAP (Earth Monitoring, Analyses, and Projections) vision (Jenni et al., 2018).
  3. Producing FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) data and tools for Integrated Predictive Science Capacity (see the Enabling FAIR Data site).
  4. Reusing or repurposing modular tools such as those that were developed by previous CDI projects, including the CDI Risk Map

One-page statements of interest are invited for submission and are due by Friday, October 11, 2019 at 5 pm ET.

Refer to the Related Event link to the right (or below) regarding a webinar that will provide more information about the proposal process.
 


Deadline: Oct 11, 2019
Contact Name: USGS Community for Data Integration (CDI)
Contact E-mail: cdi@usgs.gov

General: EPA Releases Guidance on Rx fire and the Exceptional Events Rule (posted Aug 12, 2019)

In August the Environmental Protection Agency released guidance on documenting particulate matter or ozone events influenced by prescribed fire or wildland fire. 



General: Fire Ecology Module Testers (posted Oct 1, 2019)

The Northwest Fire Science Consortium along with the DOI Office of Wildland Fire have worked together to create a Fire Ecology Module available online through the Wildland Fire Learning Portal. The Fire Ecology Module is based on Oregon State University’s Forestry & Natural Resources Extension’s Fire Science Core Curriculum’s Fire Ecology Module.
 
Natural resource managers, early-career fire professionals, and others wanting to learn more about fire ecology will benefit from this entry level Module.
 
The Fire Ecology Module is interactive and includes discussion boards, quizzes, videos, text, recorded interviews and more! The Module is scheduled to go live in December but before it does, we need your help!
 
We are seeking individuals to be part of a cohort to test the Module before it launches. The Module is expected to take 2-3 hours per week for three weeks. The cohort will start the Module on October 28 and end on November 15. Your time and input to this Module is greatly appreciated. We want to make the Fire Ecology Module the best it can be. Will you help?
 
Please contact Carrie Berger at carrie.berger@oregonstate.edu by October 9th if you are interested.


Deadline: Oct 9, 2019

Job: Peace Corps Forestry Positions - Senegal (posted Aug 21, 2019)

The goal of the Peace Corps Senegal Agroforestry Project is to help individuals and communities to improve the management of natural resources and the environment, ensuring food security in a healthier environment.

To this effect, Volunteers will work to:

  • Increase the knowledge and appreciation of environmental issues in youth and adults.
  • Increase the capacity of communities to plant and care for trees in order to increase access to nutritious foods, generate income, and restore and protect land.
  • Increase the capacity of communities to manage natural resources and the environment in sustainable, healthy, and productive ways.

Two positions are available:

Forestry and Environment Change Agent

Forestry and Environment Specialist



Job: PhD Position in Ecosystem Dynamics - Washington State University (posted Aug 31, 2019)

We seek a sincere, motivated, and creative individual to apply for an exciting PhD assistantship in Forest Ecosystem Dynamics at Washington State University. The successful candidate will work with Dr. Arjan Meddens to examine the spatial and temporal patterns of ecosystem dynamics across the western United States. You will work on highly relevant research which aims to improve ecosystem resilience to future disturbances across the larger landscape under rapidly changing climate conditions. Research topics of interest include: (1) the dynamics of fire refugia and utilization of fire refugia by plant or animal species, (2) spatial and temporal patterns of bark beetle outbreaks, and/or (3) the utilization of high-resolution (UAV) lidar applications for forest measurements. A genuine interest in teaching is required and an interest in natural resource management applications is highly desired. Two-year RA funding is available with more funding possible in year 3 and 4 of the Ph.D. The successful candidate will be housed in the School of the Environment at Washington State University, which has great collaborative faculty with expertise in both the social and biophysical sciences.


Contact Name: Dr. Arjan Meddens
Contact E-mail: arjan.meddens@wsu.edu

Job: Postdoctoral Scholar - Modeling of Current/Future Fire Activity - University of California - Santa Barbara (posted Aug 16, 2019)

The Earth Research Institute at the University of California, Santa Barbara, is seeking a postdoctoral position in modeling of current/future fire activity and current/future vegetation characteristics. 

In particular, this project aims to assess data and models of plant moisture content (e.g., live fuel moisture) in different species across California and how those patterns in space and time alter wildfire occurrence and severity patterns. Responsibilities include analysis of biophysical models and data related to soil moisture, plant water relations, historical mapped fire patterns, and projections of future conditions under global change (e.g., climate and land use) scenarios.

This position will involve using statistical and/or machine learning models, processing environmental spatial data from a variety of sources (e.g., remote sensing, GIS) at various scales, publishing research results in peer-reviewed journal articles, and proposal development.

Basic Qualifications: Applicants must have completed all requirements for a PhD (or equivalent), except the dissertation, in plant ecology, geography or related field at the time of application.


Deadline: Oct 1, 2019
Contact Name: Max Moritz
Contact E-mail: mmoritz@bren.ucsb.edu

General: Longleaf Pine Survey - University of South Carolina (posted Jul 24, 2019)

If you manage prescribed burns on Longleaf Pine units, we would appreciate your insights into the factors that influence burning practices.

We, myself and colleagues at the University of South Carolina, will use your responses to better understand the combinations of decision-making criteria and constraints to the use of prescribed burning in LLP management and concerns about future pressures on the use of fire across the LLP range. We will share the report with the Southern Fire Exchange, Tall Timbers Research Center, SERPASS and others interested in forest management. This survey is less than 10 minutes long and all responses are anonymous.



General: Nominate to join the International Association of Wildland Fires' (IAWF) Board of Directors (posted Aug 12, 2019)

Nominations are now open for new members of the International Association of Wildland Fires' (IAWF) Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted through September 30, 2019 and successful candidates will begin their 3-year term on January 1, 2020. Individuals meeting the requirements may self-nominate.


Deadline: Sep 30, 2019
Contact Name: Mikel Robinson
Contact E-mail: execdir@iawfonline.org

General: Forest Steward’s Guild Survey Regarding Prescribed Fire Insurance (posted Aug 16, 2019)

The Forest Steward's Guild is looking to survey organizations that either currently practice prescribed fire or would like to in the future. This will help better understand the insurance market across the country and work with brokers and underwriters to produce a better product. They would like as broad of a sample as possible, spanning all types of fire practitioner backgrounds in order to best understand what is needed!

How you can help: take the survey and forward it to practitioners who might want insurance to implement prescribed burns or better prescribed fire insurance coverage than they currently have.

Prescribed fire is vital to ecosystems and is becoming widely regarded as a cost-effective management tool with major benefit. However, even the most carefully planned burn comes with some risk. This is an incredibly large barrier to implementation due to the lack of high-quality liability insurance available. This problem continues to grow as more agencies pull their prescribed fire insurance plans from the market.

The Forest Steward’s Guild has struggled with this exact barrier and has uncovered some currently available options and potential long-term solutions. For more information on the background of this project and FAQs, please visit https://foreststewardsguild.org/prescribed-fire-insurance


Contact Name: Corrina Marshall, The Forest Stewards Guild Intermountain West Regional Coordinator
Contact E-mail: corrina@forestguild.org

Job: M.S. Graduate Research in Landscape Modeling, Geo-spatial analysis, and Forest Sustainable Management - Texas A&M University (posted Sep 11, 2019)

The Xi Lab at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, is recruiting 2 highly motivated M.S. student to join the lab as Research Assistants (RAs) starting spring or summer in 2020. Those positions are provided 2 years graduate research assistantships supported by USDA Forest Service Grants.

The Xi lab’s research has been focusing on the impact of forest disturbance (drought, fires and climate change), landscape modeling, geo-spatial analysis, and forest sustainable management. The students will be expected to conduct his/her thesis research broadly addressing forest biomass/carbon dynamics, fire and drought impacts and sustainable management of forests under climate change in east Texas and north California. The students will be expected to make use of forest landscape models, Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) data and related geo-spatial climate and soil data for his/her project and the results of the research could support the sustainable management of the forests ecosystems in the regions. Research topics identified as particularly relevant include (1) forest productivity and biomass/carbon dynamics, (2) wildfire effects, (3) insect pest outbreaks, (4) drought impacts (5) climate change, and (6) forest resilience and sustainability.



Job: Wildland Firefighter - Prescribed Fire/Fuels - Mountain Home AFB, ID (posted Sep 12, 2019)

Incumbent will be a member of Mountain Home Wildland Fire Support Module for the U.S. Air Force Wildland Fire Branch based at Mountain Home AFB, ID. The Wildland Support Module is responsible for implementing fuels treatments including prescribed burns and responding to wildfires on Air Force property throughout the area of responsibility.

This position requires work on active military training ranges with potential risk for unexploded ordnance and other related hazards. In addition, regular travel (up to 15 weeks per year) to other Air Force installations to perform similar tasks throughout the area of responsibility will be required. The position is to be located at Mountain Home AFB, ID.


Deadline: Sep 30, 2019

Job: Research Environmental Engineer/Research Meteorologist - USDA Forest Service (posted Sep 11, 2019)

The USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station (PNW) invites applications for a permanent full-time Research Meteorologist (series 1401) / Research Air Quality Engineer (series 0819) positionat the rank of GS-12, GS-13, or GS-14. The position is located at the Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory in Seattle, Washington and is part of the AirFire Team of the Threat Characterization and Management Program. Applications can be submitted via the USAJOBS website:https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/544454700
 
The PNW Research Station is one of seven research units in the USDA Forest Service. The Forest Service conducts the most extensive and productive program of integrated forestry research in the world. Scientific information produced by the USDA Forest Service AirFire Team focuses on understanding fire-atmosphere interactions, air quality, and climate with respect to wildland fire. AirFire’s research has application the across United States and in other parts of the world. The Station’s programs reflect the changing character of the questions that science is being asked to help answer.
 
The scientist will provide expertise to generate knowledge about fire, atmosphere, and chemistry interactions that can lead to better modeling of wildland fire emissions, plumes, and smoke. The knowledge is used to develop and deliver innovative and effective strategies, methods, and tools so people can plan, manage, or mitigate the changes, causes, and consequences associated with fire emissions and smoke.
 
Personal research assignment: The scientist serves as a fire/meteorology/air quality modeler and as one of four permanent, principal staff scientists with the AirFire Team. The AirFire team works closely together and the scientist is expected to collaborate on team projects within their area of expertise. The scientist is further expected to become the AirFire lead for one or more of the following critical areas of knowledge and research for the team, and participate in advancing the others: fire smoke modeling frameworks and real-time tools; coupled fire/atmosphere/smoke modeling; field work; and remote sensing. In this role the scientist is expected to serve both leadership roles within the team and also to be a national and international resource for the U.S. Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, and broader air quality community.
 
The scientist has roles across all three of AirFire’s problem areas: air quality, meteorology, and climate. Air Quality: The scientist helps lead advancements in atmospheric/air quality modeling, including acquisition and implementation of remotely-sensed data into models. The scientist has a primary role in assessing new satellite products for their utility towards the smoke modeling frameworks. The scientist is expected to participate in and potentially lead field campaigns focused on wildland fire smoke. Meteorology: The scientist works to understand the coupled dynamics of fire-atmosphere and fire-atmosphere-smoke interactions including how these dynamics affect fire behavior and consumption and lead to the development of fire plumes that loft emissions into the atmosphere. Additionally, the scientist works to understand how advances in meteorological ensemble modeling can be applied to fire and smoke and how to codify this knowledge within numeric models and tools. Climate: The scientist, as one of the lead modelers, will assist with development of improved modeling strategies to quantify the above issues and the uncertainty surrounding them in future climate projections.
 
The scientist is expected to work nationally and to collaborate with the broader scientific community to create specific projects that can advance these goals. The scientist is also expected to engage directly with the management community including land managers, fire managers, and air quality regulators, and to support training of managers in areas related to their individual areas of expertise.
 
Location: Seattle and its surrounding areas are the major population center for Washington State. It is home to a number of research institutions and universities including the University of Washington, and numerous technical and environmental companies and non-profits. It is an innovative, highly-educated city featuring outstanding schools, diverse cultural centers, many outdoor activities, a thriving arts community, acclaimed restaurants, and a temperate climate. Seattle is served by both the SeaTac International Airport and the Paine Field Regional Airport as well as by train, bus, and ferry services.


Deadline: Sep 28, 2019
Location: Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory (PWFSL) in Seattle, Washington
Contact Name: Sim Larkin
Contact E-mail: sim_larkin@firenet.gov
Contact Phone: 206-732-7849

Job: Forestry Technician - Timber Sale Preparation - USFS - Multiple locations in Oregon (posted Apr 3, 2019)

Responsibilities:

  • Follow instructions issued in a timber cruise plan.
  • Conduct sample measurements of forest stands to estimate the amount of standing timber.
  • Use standard forest measurement tools such as diameter tape, tree calipers, clinometer, angle gauge, prism, compass, and increment borer.
  • Determine area of timber resources by traversing harvest unit boundaries and road locations.
  • Assess quality and determine defects in timber.
  • Complete assigned resource management support tasks within established deadlines.
  • Prepare, process, and interpret reports of timber cruise data using a computerized system.
  • Apply silvicultural prescriptions and marking guides to designate harvest timber.

Deadline: Sep 23, 2019

Job: Natural Resource Specialist 1, Reforestation Forester - ODF - Tillamook, OR (posted Aug 23, 2019)

The purpose of this position  is to carry out technical forestry tasks associated with unit goals, goals which contribute to the mission of the Oregon Department of Forestry, as assigned by the Reforestation Unit Forester. Because the Department's highest priority work is a forest fire emergency, this position may be utilized during those emergencies to provide assistance in a variety of ways.


Deadline: Sep 23, 2019
Location: Tillamook, OR

Job: Postdoc Position in Ecosystem Ecology and Remote Sensing - University of New Mexico (posted Aug 23, 2019)

We are seeking a motivated and independent postdoc to advance the state of the art in remote sensing and geospatial data integration in the field of ecosystem ecology. The successful candidate will work with the Landsat and Sentinel archive in conjunction with very high resolution drone acquired imagery to investigate how vegetation and topography govern microclimatic variability in post-wildfire landscapes. The objective of this project is to quantify influences on post-disturbance microclimatic variability and its effects on tree seedling survival.  The Earth Systems Ecology Lab (www.hurteaulab.org) is an interdisciplinary group of ecosystem ecologists in the Department of Biology at the University of New Mexico.  We work collaboratively to tackle a range of question related to global change and forest ecosystems.


Deadline: Sep 23, 2019

Job: Forest Management Technician - Reforestation Technician - Oregon (posted Aug 31, 2019)

The Oregon Department of Forestry is currently hiring two (2) seasonal, full-time positions located in Tillamook. These positions will generally work from November through April 15, depending on planting season.

What will you do: You will carry out technical forestry tasks associated with unit goals, goals which contribute to the mission of the Oregon Department of Forestry, as assigned by the Reforestation Unit Forester.


Deadline: Sep 23, 2019

Job: Southern Blue Ridge Burn Crew Leader - TNC - Asheville, NC (posted Aug 26, 2019)

The Crew Leaders will have leadership roles on prescribed burns throughout Southern Blue Ridge from November 7, 2019 through July 5, 2020. The Conservancy supports Southern Blue Ridge Fire Learning Network partners on multiple controlled burns each year.  Together with the 20-person as-needed burn crew, the crew leader helps fill a void of wildland firefighters for single or multi-day prescribed fire operations. These positions coordinate staff meeting times, oversee equipment preparation and rehabilitation, engine maintenance, radio programming, travel to burn sites and routinely has supervisory responsibility of crew during burns. Staffing needs for these positions could average 40-50 hours per operational period (bi-weekly) at the discretion of the Southern Blue Ridge Stewardship Manager. Operational periods are generally sporadic and clustered by opportune weather conditions, and no guarantee of a minimum number of opportunities is given or implied. The Burn Crew Leaders will participate on opportunities only as their own schedules will allow, and thus participation on any given opportunity is not required. 


Deadline: Sep 20, 2019

Job: Southern Blue Ridge As-Needed Burn Crew Member - TNC - Asheville, NC (posted Aug 26, 2019)

The BCM participates on prescribed burns throughout the Southern Blue Ridge from November 7, 2019 through May 1, 2020. The Conservancy supports Southern Blue Ridge Fire Learning Network partners on multiple controlled burns each year.  Under the direction of the Stewardship Manager, the crew members provide of wildland fire support for single or multi-day prescribed fire operations. Staffing needs for this position average 2-4 operational periods bi-weekly and operational periods are at the discretion of the Southern Blue Ridge Stewardship Manager. Operational periods will likely be sporadic and clustered by opportune weather conditions, and no guarantee of a minimum number of opportunities is given or implied. Under supervision by a Burn Crew Manager or Stewardship Manager, crew members will participate in opportunities only as their own schedules will allow, and thus participation on any given opportunity is not required


Deadline: Sep 20, 2019

Funding: Colorado Youth Corps Grants (posted Aug 22, 2019)

Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) and the Colorado Youth Corps Association (CYCA) are pleased to announce the release of the 2020 Youth Corps grant cycle with up to $500,000 in funding for outdoor recreation, stewardship, and restoration projects completed by youth corps members. The goal of these funds is to employ youth and young adults (ages 14-25) throughout the state on critical outdoor recreation and land conservation projects using the network of youth corps accredited by CYCA.

 

APPLICANT ELIGIBILITY: This program is open to following entities eligible to receive GOCO open space and/or local government funds:

  1. Colorado municipality or county
  2. Political subdivision of the State of Colorado that includes in its mission the identification, acquisition, or management of open space and natural areas
  3. Title 32 special district eligible to receive distributions from the Conservation Trust Fund
  4. 501(c)(3) non-profit land conservation organization that includes in its mission the identification, acquisition, or management of open space and natural areas, e.g., land trusts


Job: Oak Openings Restoration Manager - TNC - Swanton, OH (posted Aug 26, 2019)

The Oak Openings Restoration Manager (OORM) performs and participates in operations including the maintenance, management, development and coordination of conservation programs across the Oak Openings region.  The OORM addresses critical threats to natural systems and individual species, fosters cross-site learning among conservation community, and supplies conservation planning teams with site or landscape level information relevant to the planning process.  The OORM will create restoration and management plans for sites throughout the region.  They will manage day to day implementation of multiple grant funded restoration projects and restoration contracts concurrently and in collaboration with multiple project partners.  Position is contingent upon funding with funding currently secured through June 2021.  They will collaborate with other Oak Openings project staff and partners to obtain funding and maintain and expand capacity.  The OORM coordinates community support, ensures the maintenance of preserve areas frequented by the visiting public and coordinates multiple projects, sets deadlines and manages completion.


Deadline: Sep 19, 2019

Job: Air Resources Specialist (Physical Scientist) - BLM - Alaska (posted Aug 27, 2019)

Air Resources Specialist (Physical Scientist)
GS-1301 -13
Bureau of Land Management
Alaska State Office
Anchorage, Alaska
 
A new air resource specialist position with the BLM in Alaska is now advertised and posted to USAjobs.gov for three weeks, August 27 to September 18.

This position will be located in the Alaska State Office, Division of Resources, in Anchorage Alaska. The employee serves in a professional capacity as a senior staff expert for air resource activities, providing advice and support to the State Directorate, Deputy State Directors and District and Field Managers. The employee is responsible for the technical adequacy of air resources program development and management, primarily for Bureau Land Use Plans and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) related impact assessments, and serves as an expert consultant in coordinating activities between other agencies, universities, and research institutions.
 
The air resources specialist supports BLM’s multiple use mission by developing and implementing air resource projects to fulfill the full suite of the BLM activities and use authorizations. In Alaska, these actions and authorizations could include, but are not limited to, energy development, subsistence, recreation, forest management, noise impacts, and smoke management. Additionally, as the only US Arctic state, air quality issues in Alaska are different from the Lower 48 and offer unique challenges.
 
BLM Alaska is looking for someone with strong experience in conducting and reviewing air dispersion modeling, as well as thorough understanding and experience of technical 'state-of-the-art' advances in air resource and noise impact management. This position will present both challenging and rewarding opportunities in the great state of Alaska!
 
Since this is the first Air Resource Specialist for BLM Alaska, the incumbent has the opportunity to develop this position and demonstrate its importance and usefulness. The demand for air expertise has been growing steadily in recent years all across the country as well as Alaska, both due to increased workloads and the diversity of air resources related issues.


Deadline: Sep 18, 2019
Location: Anchorage, Alaska
Contact Name: Alan Peck
Contact E-mail: kpeck@blm.gov
Contact Phone: (907) 202-0796

Funding: Travel, Research, and Educational Experience (TREE) Grants (posted Jan 16, 2019)

The Association for Fire Ecology (AFE) has been awarded the privilege of administering the distribution of the Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) TREE grant, which is designed to help graduate students travel to present at conferences, symposia, and workshops related to wildland fire science and management.

All registered graduate students in good academic standing in a field related to wildland fire science, ecology, or management in the U.S. are eligible to apply for grants. Depending on costs and the number of applicants, grants may fund all or a portion of estimated travel expenses including transportation, lodging, registration fees, and presentation preparation costs, where applicable. Funds cannot be used for food and incidentals, student stipends, direct research costs, or faculty research/administration costs. Grants will be paid as reimbursements for submitted receipts. 

Grants are limited and competitively awarded, and can only be awarded to current graduate students in the U.S. who are presenting the results of their fire-related research. This grant is for students without other Joint Fire Science Program support.


Contact Name: Annie Oxarart
Contact E-mail: office@fireecology.net

Job: NC Coastal Fire Crew Manager - TNC - Wilmington, NC (posted Aug 7, 2019)

The Prescribed Fire Crew Manager coordinates day-to-day activities of the prescribed fire crew and participates in wildland fire operations which include ignition, control, mop-up, suppression, monitoring, etc. All TNC staff actively participating on a prescribed burn must be qualified as a FFT2. The Prescribed Fire Crew Manager will participate in preparing fire lines, maintaining equipment, post-burn monitoring and other tasks. May perform other preserve management duties when conditions are not conducive to prescribed fire.


Deadline: Sep 16, 2019

Job: NC Coastal Fire Crew Member - TNC - Wilmington, NC (posted Aug 7, 2019)

The Burn Crew Member will participate in preparing fire lines, maintaining equipment, post-burn monitoring and other tasks. As part of the BCM’s ongoing professional development, they will be responsible for keeping abreast of new burn techniques and equipment to enhance skills and maintain/grow professional fire certification credentials.  In addition, they shall work to build and maintain relationships in the professional fire community and in the local community where the Conservancy works. This may include participation in wild land fire suppression activities in partnership with other non-profits, local fire departments, and local, state and federal agencies, either as a TNC employee, or as a volunteer or short-term employee of the partner entity (such as an administratively determined, short term federal employee).


Deadline: Sep 16, 2019