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Job: Lecturer of Forestry - Northern Arizona University - Flagstaff, AZ (posted Apr 8, 2020)

The School of Forestry is seeking to fill two (2) teaching intensive positions from this advertisement. Teaching loads are the equivalent of four courses per semester. Although the area of expertise is open, we are seeking an individual with a strong background in general forestry, who can teach courses with both lecture and field components and at all levels in our undergraduate forestry program. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach or co-teach, at a minimum, the following courses: Watershed or Recreation Management, Forest Management or Forest Planning, and Forest Economics. Depending on qualifications, teaching one or more courses in the area of wildland fire science and management is a possibility. Teaching responsibilities may also include online or hybrid (online and in-person) courses.

Research and other forms of scholarly activity are not an expectation for this position, and release time will not be allocated for them.

This vacancy will be open until filled or closed. Review of applications will begin on April 10, 2020.

Location: Northern Arizona University
Address: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ
Contact Name: Dr. Andrew Sánchez Meador

Job: Student Conservation Association (SCA) Internships (posted Apr 15, 2020)

The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is America’s conservation corps. Members protect and restore national parks, marine sanctuaries, cultural landmarks and community green spaces in all 50 states. SCA’s mission is to build the next generation of conservation leaders and inspire lifelong stewardship of the environment and communities by engaging young people in hands-on service to the land.

SCA internships are posted as they become available, so keep checking back to find the SCA position that is the best fit for you. Summer internships will typically start to be posted around December-January. Positions listed here have not yet filled and positions are taken down from the database once they are filled.

Job: MANO Project Interships (posted Apr 15, 2020)

Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) programs establish bridges of access between the Latino community and trustworthy, socially responsible partners.

The core purpose for the MANO Project (My Access to Network Opportunities) is to connect, build and develop thoughtful Latino leaders who share a passion for serving and strengthening their communities. HAF internship and fellowship programs offer unique work experiences and competitive packages for candidates. Programs provide extensive training, mentoring and professional development support to ensure that students have the tools, tips and knowledge to be outstanding contributors, navigate challenges and make the most of their experience. Through site visits, webinars, mentorship connections and links to the HAF network, participants are strongly positioned for success and high impact.

All programs are paid and many offer transportation stipends, free on-site housing or housing stipends.

Internship and fellowship programs currently serve diverse career fields related to:

  • Cultural and Heritage Preservation (i.e. Museum Studies, Architecture, Ethnographic research, etc.)
  • Natural and/or Cultural Resources
  • Environmental Education / Conservation
  • Engineering
  • Communication/Media/Public Affairs
  • Business related fields – Accounting, Finance, Operations

Basic Eligibility

  • Current college students or graduates ages 18 -30
  • Possess U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
  • Bilingual skills (Spanish/English) are preferred but not required for all positions

Partner agencies currently hosting HAF summer internships or fellowships (6 mos +):

  • National Park Service
  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
  • National Credit Union Administration
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
  • U.S. Forest Service

Job: PhD Researcher - Colorado State University - Fort Collins, CO (posted Apr 17, 2020)

The project will center around US national forest policy and the implementation of the US Forest Service’s Shared Stewardship Strategy. This opportunity is ideal for a student looking to build expertise in public policy and administration, with a focus on US forest and fire management. US forest policy is an exciting and complex context for studying environmental governance change. Students will have opportunities to dig into literature on organizational change and learning, policy implementation, networked governance, and institutional innovation.

Start date: Fall 2020 (or Spring 2021 if moving this Fall is not realistic)

Deadline: May 20, 2020
Location: Colorado State University
Address: Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
Contact Name: Courtney Schultz
Contact Phone: 970-491-6556

Job: Forestry Technician Outreach Notice - USFS Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests - Mountain Rest, SC (posted Jun 12, 2020)

The Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests (FM&S), in South Carolina, will soon advertise a Forestry Technician position on the Andrew Pickens Ranger District in Mountain Rest, South Carolina. This position is a federal government job. The primary timber responsibilities are to prepare timber harvest units (mark, cruise, etc), and inspect logging operations. The primary recreation responsibilities are to maintain recreation areas and trails through contracts, force account labor and volunteers. Examples of other work expected of the incumbent include, but are not limited to, helping with prescribed burning, fish stocking, and road maintenance (clearing fallen trees, checking culverts, etc).

Anyone interested in receiving a vacancy announcement for this position should complete the Outreach Response Form and return it to Victor Wyant, Timber Management Assistant.

Location: Stumphouse Ranger Station
Address: 112 Andrew Pickens Circle, Mountain Rest, SC 29664
Contact Name: Victor Wyant
Contact E-mail: victor.wyant@usda.gov

Job: Outreach Notice - Air Quality Specialist, USFS Region 8, GS-0401/1301-12 (posted Jun 26, 2020)

The USDA Forest Service, Southern Region will soon be advertising for an Air Quality Specialist (GS-0401/1301-12). The incumbent will be responsible for providing a variety of tasks associated with managing air resources for the National Forests in the Southern Region. The position may be stationed in Ashville, NC or Atlanta, Ga, and will report to the Director of Biological and Physical Resources in the Atlanta, GA Regional Office.

Funding: Joint Fire Science Program Early Alert – Potential 2021 Funding Opportunity Topics (posted Mar 20, 2020)

The interagency Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) intends to request proposals through one or more formal Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOA) beginning approximately July 2020 and remaining open 60 days. The intent of this announcement is to provide an early alert to investigators interested in the topics listed below so that they can begin considering responsive ideas with potential partners and collaborators.

Investigators should recognize that final decisions regarding topic selection will not be made until Spring of 2020 and that final topic selection may differ from that posted here. One or more topics could be dropped or added, and the specific focus of individual topics may be altered. Investigators should recognize this uncertainty and not invest substantial time or resources working on proposals until the FOAs and their associated topics are formally posted.

Primary FOA

A. Relative impacts of prescribed and wildland fire

Although the documented benefits of prescribed fire are numerous including habitat improvement and hazardous fuel reduction, there are drawbacks as well, such as reductions in air quality, which may impact human health. Prescribed fire is often implemented with the assumption that it will mitigate the effects of uncontrolled wildfire, because prescribed fire has been shown to reduce the intensity of subsequent wildfire under certain conditions. This is desirable because the impacts of wildfire are usually of a higher magnitude, larger in size and intensity, and pose a risk to public safety. To fully evaluate the trade-offs between prescribed fire programs and current wildfire impacts, an assessment framework is vital. Currently, there is little information on the spatial scale, frequency and spatial pattern at which prescribed fire begins to have an impact on subsequent wildfire extent, intensity and severity. As a result, JFSP is interested in proposals that improve our understanding of the relationship between prescribed fire programs and subsequent wildfire characteristics and this information is needed across a variety of vegetation types and regions.

B. Types and distribution of ignitions and their relation to fire size and impacts

One approach to reducing the negative impacts of wildfire to social and ecological values is to reduce the occurrence of human-caused wildfire ignitions with targeted wildfire prevention strategies. Planning and implementing effective fire prevention strategies requires detailed knowledge of the temporal and spatial distribution of different wildfire ignition sources (e.g., arson, accidental, lightning) and factors that influence whether different ignition sources lead to development of large wildfires. As a result, JFSP is interested in proposals that evaluate driving factors for the spatial and temporal distribution of ignitions and the effectiveness of different fire prevention actions as they relate to different human-caused ignitions.

C. Science in support of fuel treatment performance metrics

While it is relatively easy to document changes in fuels conditions following treatments at finer spatial scales, there is currently no objective framework to link fuel conditions to desired outcomes (e.g., reducing fire intensity and severity, improving fire suppression efficacy, reducing resource loss) at the landscape level. Such information is critical for developing cost-effective strategies to address the threats of wildfire. One possible strategy is to consider the evaluation of fuels treatment programs using a risk framework, where the probability and intensity of wildfire is considered in conjunction with valued resources. The development of a risk framework should assist agencies in measuring the extent and duration of risk reduction that could be achieved from a given fuel treatment. As a result, JFSP is interested in proposals that improve our understanding of the impacts of fuels treatments on fire suppression efficiency and protection of valued resources including the development of fuel treatment performance metrics at landscape scales.

GRIN FOA - Graduate Research Innovation (GRIN) Award

In partnership with the Association for Fire Ecology, the Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) will likely continue the Graduate Research Innovation (GRIN) program for current master and doctoral students in the field of wildland fire and related physical, biological, and social sciences. The purpose of these awards is to enhance student exposure to the management and policy relevance of their research. As a result, these awards will enable graduate students to conduct research that will supplement and enhance the quality, scope, or applicability of their thesis or dissertation to develop information and products useful to managers and decision-makers.

Proposals must describe new, unfunded work that extends ongoing or planned research that is the subject of a thesis or dissertation that has been approved by the graduate student’s advisory committee. Proposals must be directly related to the mission and goals of JFSP to be considered, and they must address management- or policy-related questions related to one or more of the following general topic areas: fuels management and fire behavior, emissions and air quality, fire effects and post-fire recovery, relative impacts of prescribed fire versus wildfire, or human dimensions of fire.

Job: Associate Vegetation Ecologist - California Native Plant Society - Sacramento, CA (posted May 19, 2020)

The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is currently seeking to fill one Ecologist / Botanist position, classified as an Associate Vegetation Ecologist. The position includes at least 10 months of work, beginning in mid-June 2020, and the position may be extended dependent on funding.

Duties will include both coordinating field-based vegetation assessments, performing fieldwork, synthesizing and analyzing data for monitoring, classifying and mapping vegetation. This position requires a highly organized, detail-oriented individual to help coordinate field missions, analyze and integrate vegetation data in regional and statewide efforts, support vegetation classification and mapping efforts, outreach and communication. Other tasks will include plant identification, data quality control, vegetation type research and description, and other related tasks.

This position will coordinate and participate in vegetation inventory projects across California; including sampling efforts from NE California (e.g., Lassen and Modoc County) to the SE California (e.g., from Madera to Imperial counties); long-term monitoring in post-fire areas (Tulare and Kern counties); monitoring restoration areas in the Carrizo Plain (San Luis Obispo County), etc.

General: Association for Fire Ecology COVID-19 Website and Survey (posted May 21, 2020)

AFE remains steadfast in its commitment to serving the wildland fire community in the best way possible. They have a webpage dedicated to COVID-19 information for wildland fire that you may find helpful, and they welcome your suggestions for additional articles or papers as new information becomes available. In addition, they invite you to take a short survey to share how the virus has impacted you professionally and how they can assist during this time.

General: Southwest Fire Science Consortium Evaluation (posted Jan 7, 2020)

Please help the Southwest Fire Science Consortium evaluate their impact on the fire community. Have they affected how you interact with your science and/or management colleagues or how you use or share science?

Follow the link below below and complete a short survey!

Job: Coastal Plain Stewardship and Fire Program Manager - TNC - North Carolina (posted Jun 15, 2020)

The Coastal Plain Stewardship and Fire Program Manager develops, manages and advances conservation programs for the restoration and management of large-scale areas within the Coastal Plain region of North Carolina. This position has three major focal areas: 1) leading the restoration, management and monitoring of Longleaf pine savanna (and associated communities) in the Coastal Plain, especially on TNC lands, to help meet the organization’s goal of creating resilient and connected habitats; 2) leading the Coastal Plain prescribed burn program, including planning, implementing, and evaluating all aspects of the program, to enable the safe and long-term management of natural communities in the region; and, 3) interacting with direct reports, colleagues, partners and others in a way that fosters information sharing and learning, collaboration that leads to positive and strategic conservation actions, and leveraging of resources to increase the impact and influence of the Coastal Plain stewardship and fire management programs within the region.

Deadline: Jun 24, 2020

Funding: Action, Implementation & Mitigation (AIM) Program Request for Concept Papers (posted Jun 8, 2020)

Coalitions and Collaboratives Inc. (COCO), a Colorado-based nonprofit, started the Action, Implementation and Mitigation (AIM) Program to help accelerate fire-adapted community concepts and reduce the risk from wildfire in the wildland-urban interface (WUI) across the U.S. By increasing capacity and on-the-ground work, COCO hopes to increase community resilience, restore fire-adapted ecosystems and create safer conditions for firefighters and residents. This funding opportunity is open to organizations that are working to advance wildfire risk reduction; homeowner associations, property owner associations, and metro districts are NOT eligible. This is, in part, due to the amount of funding available and also COCO’s desire to offer both financial help and mentorship to applicants that are at a tipping point to move their program(s) forward, which will, in turn, benefit homeowner and property owner associations.

Deadline: Jun 18, 2020
Contact Name: Alison Lerch
Contact E-mail: alison.lerch@coco-inc.org
Contact Phone: 719-922-1749

Job: Kankakee Sands Field Technician - TNC - Indiana (posted Jun 8, 2020)

The Kankakee Sands Field Technician has three core functions: help conduct prescribed fire, control invasive species, and collect/ process native seed.  High-quality implementation of each of these tasks is critical to the success of the Kankakee Sands projects.  These three functions will account for approximately 94% of the Field Technician’s time.  In an average year the Field Technician crew will help put fire on roughly 2,300 acres, spend 3,800 hours treating invasive species, and help harvest or process upwards of 400 pounds of seed.

This position may require irregular work hours and long days, particularly during spring and fall fire seasons.  While the position will work primarily on the Kankakee Sands macrosite, there may be infrequent travel requiring overnight stays to other locations.

Deadline: Jun 17, 2020

Job: Lecturer in Environmental Studies - University of Washington Program on the Environment - Seattle, WA (posted Mar 20, 2020)

The University of Washington, Seattle, is recruiting for a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer, Full Time in the Program on the Environment to serve as a core program instructor and Associate Director beginning June 16, 2020. This 100% FTE instructional position has a 9-month academic year term with additional possible full-term summer teaching, and will be for up to five years with possibility of renewal. Appointment as Associate Director is for a three-year term and includes an administrative supplement and one month of summer salary for the term of the administrative role. Rank will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. This is a non-tenured position.

Location: University of Washington
Address: University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Job: Assistant or Associate Professor of Forestry - New Mexico Highlands University (posted Mar 26, 2020)

The New Mexico Highlands University Forestry Program invites applicants to fill multiple nine-month, tenure-track faculty positions beginning in August, 2020. Of the multiple positions, at least one position is intended to focus on forest health and general forestry subjects, while another is intended to focus on wildlife management and ecology, with other areas of interest to include forest ecology, mensuration, biometrics, and forest soils.

The successful candidates will be responsible for teaching a range of natural resources management courses per academic year; conducting research and scholarship that engage both undergraduate and graduate students; serving the University, professional organizations, and the broader community of natural resources stakeholders; advising Forestry and Conservation Management students; contributing to the modernization and improvement of the Forestry curricula; participating in Forestry Program outcomes assessment; aiding in the maintenance of Society of American Foresters (SAF) accreditation; and establishing and maintaining relationships with industry, tribal, governmental, and non-governmental partners. The preferred areas of specialization to be covered by these positions include forest health, forest entomology, wildlife management, quantitative ecology, but potential areas of specialization for these positions could also include applied forest ecology, forest soils, social sciences, silviculture, and ecosystem services. The positions are not intended be duplicative and diversity in expertise is encouraged. The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to participate and receive funding as a researcher embedded within a multi-million dollar National Science Foundation Center for Research Excellence in Science and Technology housed at NMHU which focuses on involving undergraduate and graduate students in forest restoration research across spatial scales in collaboration with our partners.

These positions are part of the NMHU College of Arts and Sciences’ initiative to strengthen its Forestry teaching and research capabilities. The College of Arts and Sciences, housed within a Hispanic Serving Institution, is dedicated to creating a climate of engagement, diversity and inclusion, and providing pathways for students from under-represented groups to pursue STEM careers. All applicants should have a demonstrated willingness to work collaboratively with faculty from a wide range of disciplines, cultures, and academic backgrounds and to advise and teach an undergraduate and graduate student body that is diverse with respect to socio-economic status, culture, and career path.

The New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute, which is housed on NMHU’s main campus, utilizes NMHU faculty members and students in projects throughout the state. NMHU Forestry faculty also regularly collaborate with the faculty and staff of New Mexico State University’s John T. Harrington Forestry Research Center located in Mora, NM. Building upon our current strengths, the incumbent will be expected to contribute to the development of a nationally recognized education, research, and outreach program focused on forest or wildland fire management and/or forest or wildland ecosystem health. Preference will be given to candidates with a demonstrated ability or willingness to concentrate on these themes in relation to the Southern Rocky Mountains and Southwestern ecosystems. NMHU has strong ties with the USDA Forest Service, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, NM EMNRD Forestry Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and other private and non-governmental organizations and is growing its international footprint.

Deadline: Jun 15, 2020

Job: Forest Health and Resiliency Division Manager - Washington DNR - Olympia, WA (posted Jun 8, 2020)

The right candidate has:

  • Bachelor's degree in Forestry or Natural Resources with an emphasis in Forest Management, Forest Ecology, Watershed Management, and/or other natural resource management specialty/focus.
  • Four years or more of experience and knowledge of natural resource management within the Pacific Northwest (United States); including rules, laws, principles and practices of natural resources management.
  • Two years or more of experience in natural resource policy issues at the state and/or federal level.
  • Demonstrated ability to work and achieve success in a highly dynamic work setting.
  • A successful record of achievement in supporting executive and organizational decision-making.
  • Ability to function largely independently, making sound decisions in highly complex operating and/or contentious environments.
  • Ability to interpret complex federal policy and planning issues and effectively apply those understandings to accomplish agency goals and objectives and also convey that information to a wide variety of stakeholders.
  • Familiarity with current national forest management plans and associated state agency policies and rules.
  • Sound understanding of a wide variety of federal program structures and budgeting processes, including; National Forest System, State and Private Forestry Cooperative Programs, and hazardous fuels programs.
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Deadline: Jun 15, 2020
Location: Washington Department of Natural Resources
Address: 1111 Washington St. SE Olympia, WA 98504

Job: Ecologist - US Forest Service, Cleveland National Forest - Alpine or San Diego, CA (posted Jun 8, 2020)

The Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region is hiring a vegetation and fire ecologist (GS-408-11) for posting on the Cleveland National Forest. Duty station will be near San Diego, California. The position will join the Pacific SW Region Ecology Program and act as the associate province ecologist for the Southern California Province, which serves the Angeles, Cleveland, Los Padres, and San Bernardino National Forests. This is a term position of 2 years with a potential life-span of up to 4 years assuming continuation of funding and sufficient annual accomplishment and progress. The ecologist will focus primarily on development of a conservation strategy for montane forests in southern California and northern Baja California (~85% of effort), the remaining ~15% will be spent working with the lead Province Ecologist in southern California in providing ecological support to resource management on Forest Service lands in southern California, with a focus on the Cleveland and San Bernardino National Forests. The position will be directly supervised by the resource officer of the Cleveland National Forest, program of work will be developed in close cooperation with the province and regional ecologists and important stakeholders. Competitive candidates will have an advanced degree in ecology, up-to-date statistical and analytical skills, experience in vegetation and fire monitoring, excellent writing and oral communication skills, practice in working in team settings and supervising field crews, a track record in raising funds, and familiarity with the operations and business practices of the federal resource management agencies.

If you are qualified and have interest, please use the link below to access the USAJobs outreach notice for the position and send the outreach response form to Jeff Heys. Submitting the outreach form guarantees that you will be contacted when the position is advertised.

Deadline: Jun 15, 2020
Location: Alpine or San Diego, CA
Contact Name: Jeffrey Heys
Contact E-mail: jeffrey.heys@usda.gov
Contact Phone: 858-674-2915

Job: Supervisory Forestry Technician (Airbase Manager) - US Forest Service - East Wenatchee, WA (posted Jun 9, 2020)

This position is located at the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Protection State and Private Forestry in East Wenatchee, WA.

This position serves as Rappel Base Manager responsible for development, management, organization, implementation, and administration of all rappel program activities within Fire and Aviation Management (FAM).


  • Plans and administers a diverse range of complex aviation field and program operations.
  • Participates in the formulation, development and execution of rappel operations.
  • Determines and monitors resources needed to implement plans and ensures the program is in compliance.
  • As required may serve as a district/zone forest duty officer and may oversee fixed wing operations at the base.
  • Provides technical and administrative supervision, plans/assigns work, and evaluates work performance.
  • Performs human resource functions to furthering Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and nondiscriminatory practices.
  • Provides leadership in the fire safety and health program; evaluates risk and identifies safety requirements.
  • Performs day to day contract administration, responsible for financial management, and enforcing helicopter contract provisions.
  • Serves as instructor responsible for planning, administering, developing and implementing wildland firefighting and aviation management operations.

Deadline: Jun 15, 2020
Location: East Wenatchee, WA
Contact Name: Robert Allen
Contact E-mail: robert.f.allen@usda.gov
Contact Phone: 509-669-0860

Job: Field Crew Lead - University of Washington, School of Environmental & Forest Sciences - Seattle, WA (posted Mar 20, 2020)

Closing Info: Open until filled

Salary: $3500-4000 per month, 40 hours per week (Overtime Eligible)

Duration: 6 months, with potential to extend. Start date in early June 2020

Position: The incumbent leads a small crew in the collection and processing of data for scientific research conducted by the Fire and Environmental Research Applications Team at the USFS Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Lab. There are multiple existing projects for field data collection. Projects include, but are not limited to, characterization of wildland fuels in multiple locations throughoutthe United States (including the southeastern and western US); evaluation of fuel consumption during prescribed burns, and post-fire tree damage inventory. This data will be used to assess fuels modeling methods, and evaluate the overall predictive capability of fuels and fire behavior models. Data collection includes identification and physical measurements of trees, shrubs, understory plants, downed woody debris, litter, and ground fuels, and collection of fuel samples for laboratory processing.

Location: USFS Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Lab
Address: 400 N. 34th St., Suite 201, Seattle, WA 98103
Contact Name: Ernesto Alvadao
Contact E-mail: alvarado@uw.edu

Job: Research Economist - USDA Forest Service - Portland, OR (posted Jun 8, 2020)

This economist is a research scientist within the USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station Goods, Services, and Values Program located in Portland, OR. The Program mission is to conduct and communicate research to advance understanding of relationships among people and forest and rangeland ecosystems.


  • Plans and conducts research related to understanding the preferences and effects of peoples' decisions regarding natural resources on ecosystem services with the goal of improving government policies and programs.
  • Plans and conducts both basic and applied research with a focus on the social and economic dimensions of forest management, ecosystem restoration, and/or natural and human-caused disturbance, such as wildfire and climate change.
  • Conducts research in areas such as timber markets; climate change and associated risks (e.g., wildfire); carbon policy and markets; socio-ecological resilience in rural communities; collaboration and public engagement; and public lands recreation.
  • Uses approaches that may integrate theory and methods from a number of inter-related social science disciplines, such as political science, economics, cultural geography, anthropology, and sociology, as well as biophysical and computer sciences.
  • Collaborates with a wide range of stakeholders, potentially including community leaders, land managers and policymakers, as well as other scientists to produce research that addresses the needs of natural resource managers and policymakers.
  • Participates in research that contributes to understanding the characteristics and processes of social-ecological systems at the heart of many natural resource policy and management issues.
  • Disseminates research results to peers, managers, policymakers, and others in a variety of formats including articles in refereed journals, presentations at scientific meetings and workshops, and by direct communications with users.

Deadline: Jun 11, 2020
Contact Name: Simon Kihia
Contact E-mail: simon.kihia@usda.gov
Contact Phone: 503-943-0183

Job: Forestry Technician - DOI Bureau of Indian Affairs - San Juan Pueblo, NM (posted Jun 8, 2020)

This position is located with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Superintendent, Northern Pueblos Agency in San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico. The incumbent of this position serves in a key fire management position in a field fire management organization as a Prescribed Fire/Fuels Technician.


  • Participate in planning, implementing, and coordinating all aspects of the prescribed fire and fuels management program.
  • Develops and recommends plans and schedules for prescribed fire, wildfire response, and fuels treatment projects.
  • Reviews project plans and make recommendations on appropriate levels of monitoring.
  • Utilizes fire model applications to analyze fire behavior and fire effects observation data.
  • Identifies and provides for training needs to support prescribed fire and fuels management programs.

Deadline: Jun 8, 2020
Location: San Juan Pueblo, NM
Address: San Juan Pueblo, NM

Job: Executive Director for the Ecological Restoration Institute - Northern Arizona University (posted Apr 11, 2020)

Northern Arizona University (NAU) seeks a dynamic leader to serve as Executive Director of the Ecological Restoration Institute (ERI). The Executive Director will be responsible for leading an interdisciplinary staff of professionals dedicated to advancing the restoration of forest ecosystems in order to regain natural ecological function, lower the risk of undesirable fire in forests and increase resiliency of our public lands and the human communities of the Intermountain West.

Deadline: Jun 5, 2020

Job: Forestry Technician Intern - Roseburg Forest Products - North Bend, OR (posted Jan 2, 2020)

Forestry technician for land exams/forest inventory and various silvicultural projects.

Key Responsibilites:

  • Perform land exams and prepare reports
  • Fixed and variable plot forest inventory
  • Unit layout for silvicultural projects
  • Roadside and unit herbicide application
  • Perform animal damage control
  • Assist with fire suppression
  • Assist Foresters with various projects

Dates of Employment: June 2020 through September 2020 (dates can be flexible to accommodate school schedules)

Location: Roseburg Forest Products, North Bend, OR
Address: 1610 Sheridan Ave, North Bend, OR, 97459
Contact Name: Tim Truax
Contact Phone: 541-297-8704

Job: Forestry Technician Intern - Roseburg Forest Products - Dillard, OR (posted Jan 2, 2020)

Forestry technician for land exams/forest inventory and various silvicultural projects.

Key Responsibilites:

  • Perform land exams and prepare reports
  • Fixed and variable plot forest inventory
  • Unit layout for silvicultural projects
  • Roadside and unit herbicide application
  • Perform animal damage control
  • Assist with fire suppression
  • Assist Foresters with various projects

Dates of Employment: June 2020 through September 2020 (dates can be flexible to accommodate school schedules)

Location: Roseburg Forest Products, Dillard, OR
Address: 10599 Old Hwy 99 S, Dillard, OR, 97432
Contact Name: Charley Moyer
Contact E-mail: charley.moyer@rfpco.com
Contact Phone: 541-679-2176

Job: Resources for the Future 2020 Summer Research Internship Program - Washington DC (posted Apr 15, 2020)

Do you want to begin a career in academic or policy research? Are you interested in contributing to impactful, balanced research that is aimed at improving environmental, energy and natural resource decisions? A summer research internship with Resources for the Future (RFF) might be right for you. RFF has several openings for our 2020 summer internship program; you can access the application here.The RFF summer internship program provides an opportunity for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and early career professionals to prepare for careers that engage in academic and policy-relevant research. Our research internships are paid, 10 weeks, and located in Washington, DC.