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Job: Post-Doctoral Research Position - Climate Change and Knowledge Co-Production (posted Jul 16, 2019)

ACCAP seeks a post-doctoral research fellow to explore one or more of these inter-related research areas of knowledge co-production and boundary spanning assessment related to climate change in Alaska:

  1. Actions, processes, and mechanisms for use-inspired science.
  2. Metrics of success in knowledge co-production.
  3. Scientist and practitioner training in knowledge co-production and boundary spanning.

Job: Chattahoochee Fall Line Program Director - TNC - Columbus, GA (posted Jul 9, 2019)

The Chattahoochee Fall Line (CFL) Program Director serves as The Nature Conservancy’s conservation leader and manager for all aspects of work within the CFL program area, located in west-central Georgia near the city of Columbus. TNC’s strategies for achieving tangible and lasting conservation outcomes include land acquisition, forestry-practices associated with longleaf pine habitat restoration and prescribed fire (on over ~30,000-acres of fee-owned lands), formal partnerships, and community engagement. The CFL Program Director serves as the principle contact to federal and state agencies including the U.S. Army at Fort Benning, to local government leadership including the City of Columbus and county government, as well as other non-profit conservation organizations, private foundations, and the academic community as a principle member of the Chattahoochee Fall Line Conservation Partnership (CFLCP).

Deadline: Jul 29, 2019

Job: Land Steward Tallgrass Prairie Preserve - TNC - Pawhuska, OK (posted Jun 30, 2019)

The  Land Steward performs and participates in preserve operations, maintenance and management during 2019 and 2020 at  the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve (17 miles north of Pawhuska). This role is temporary and is anticipated to last through the end of the 2020 calendar year.

Deadline: Jul 28, 2019

Job: Conservation Forester - TNC - Tennessee (posted Jun 7, 2019)

The Tennessee Chapter of The Nature Conservancy seeks a talented conservation-minded forester to help build a rapidly emerging Forest Conservation Program. The forester leads forest management planning and communications with private and public landowners, and implementation of forest inventories, certification and harvesting operations across the Chapter’s Forest Conservation Program. He/She assists with developing and monitoring carbon projects to support the Working Woodlands Program and our future climate resilience strategies. She/he leads operations and management of the Tennessee Chapter’s flagship forest conservation preserve, the Bridgestone Nature Reserve at Chestnut Mountain.

Deadline: Jul 21, 2019

Job: Conservation Internship Program (posted Jun 19, 2019)

The Conservation Internship Program is designed to provide hands on training and experience to those interested in pursuing employment with land and water resource management agencies, and other outdoor careers. The program is a cooperative effort designed to address community, environmental, and resource management projects.  Through this program, public agencies and community organizations host a Conservation Intern to directly address pressing community resource needs for a three to ten month period.  Northwest Youth Corps supports the partnership by supplying placement, administrative, and training support.

Conservation Interns may work on the following types of projects:

   •      Improve and Restore Public Lands and Waters
   •      Habitat Restoration & Impact Mitigation
   •      Invasive Species Inventory and Treatment
   •      Trail Maintenance and Recreation Infrastructure
   •      Natural Resource Data Collection

The Internship program is an effective way for Federal, State, and Municipal agencies and Non-profit organizations to harness the passion and energy of interested in natural resources.  The program engages the citizen stewards of tomorrow on projects that will help them learn, grow, and gain valuable experience.

Job: Coordinating Wildlife Biologist - South Carolina (posted Jul 1, 2019)


This position will coordinate and enhance the on-going efforts of federal, state and private partners on the Indian Creek Woodland Savanna Restoration Initiative and the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) Focal Area in South Carolina. Primary funding partners include The U.S. Forest Service Sumter National Forest (USFS), the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and Quail Forever (QF). This individual will marshal efforts on the Indian Creek Initiative to coordinate habitat restoration and subsequent Northern bobwhite quail restoration for the area. The primary objective is to sustain and enhance project momentum.

Biologist Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the USFS, DNR, National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), QF local chapters, and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Farm Service Agency (FSA) to conduct landowner outreach and promotion of Farm Bill programs (e.g. CRP, EQIP, SAFE, CSP, etc.) primarily within the Indian Creek priority area.
  • Assist USFS and other entities with habitat management planning and implementation on both public and private lands (burn plans, TSI/thinning, timber harvest, timber marking, quail surveys, habitat monitoring, etc.)
  • Conduct habitat workshops demonstrating the need for management of our forested ecosystems and the methods that are effective to reach specific management goals (i.e. more diversity, more quail and other wildlife, better forest fuels management, improved aesthetics, etc.)
  • Collaborate and serve as a liaison among QF, USFS, DNR, NWTF, FSA, and NRCS concerning the Indian Creek Initiative. Serve on the SC Prescribed Fire Council, SC Quail Council Technical Committee, and the NRCS State Technical Committee.
  • Identify, develop, and implement new and innovative habitat initiatives and partnerships that accelerate habitat efforts (e.g. corporate land holders, energy industry, pollinator interests, philanthropic foundations and granting entities, agribusiness etc.) interested in maintaining a vibrant and diverse economy with high quality of life for current and future generations.
  • Seek and administer grant and other funding opportunities that help deliver the QF and partner mission priorities. Write grant proposals to leverage funds for additional quail habitat restoration.
  • Administer and serve as the local contact for the QF food plot seed and native seed programs.
  • Work very closely with the QF Regional Representative and Regional Leadership Team to expand and strengthen QF chapters and provide leadership to chapters on state habitat and outreach initiatives and priorities.
  • Work with QF staff and chapters to use the unique QF local fundraising/spending model to develop state and local habitat delivery programs similar to PF/QF’s “Adopt a Wildlife Area” or “Habitat Share” to generate nonfederal matching funds that leverage habitat improvement on State WMA’s and other priority public lands.
  • Act as the project manager for current and future USFS agreements within South Carolina, which may include Challenge Cost-Share and/or Stewardship Agreements.

Deadline: Jul 17, 2019

Job: Burn Crew Member - TNC - Van Buren, MO (posted Jun 19, 2019)

The Missouri Ozarks Burn Crew Member participates in wildland fire operations which include ignition, control, mop-up, suppression, monitoring, and other tasks as assigned.

The Burn Crew Member may assist on wildland fire operations in other parts of the region with federal, state, or private partners, or travel to other areas of the state or out-of-state to assist other TNC programs or partners on prescribed or wildland fires. Housing is provided to fire crew members.

The expected duration of this position is, October 21, 2019 – April 3, 2020.

Deadline: Jul 16, 2019

Job: Burn Crew Manager - TNC - Van Buren, MO (posted Jun 19, 2019)

The Burn Crew Manager supervises a squad (4-8 Burn Crew Members) in fire management activities, as directed by a Burn Boss, or other command position.

The Burn Crew Manager may assist on wildland fire operations in other parts of the region with federal, state or private partners, or travel to other areas of the state or out-of-state to assist other TNC programs or partners on prescribed or wildland fires.

The expected duration of this position is, October 21, 2019 - April 3, 2020

Deadline: Jul 15, 2019

Job: Biological Scientist - California Forest Service (posted Jul 17, 2019)

The PNWRS FIA unit is part of a nationwide program which collects, processes, analyzes, evaluates, and publishes comprehensive information on forest and other related renewable resources. Administration for the data collection team is located in Portland, Oregon and field crews are remotely stationed throughout Washington, Oregon and California.

Crew leaders work under the direction of a state coordinator and lead a two to four person field crew. Crew leaders have first line supervisory responsibility, which includes: administering performance ratings, assigning work, and handling administrative tasks.

These positions will support sampling field plots located on a systematic grid across all land ownerships and will be almost entirely field based. A wide variety of information is collected in the inventory, including: tree measurements; forest pathogens; understory vegetation composition and structure; stand treatments and disturbances; down woody material measurements; and land ownership. The areas sampled for the Forest Inventory by the PNW Research Station cover a diversity of ecological communities.

Crews will use maps, aerial photos, and GPS units to navigate to permanent plot locations. Crews use portable, handheld computers to collect data in the field and then process the data later using laptop computers to address data inconsistencies, anomalies, or errors.

Deadline: Jul 15, 2019

Job: Fire Camp Solid Waste Management and Recycling Response - Human Eco Consulting (posted Jun 18, 2019)

Those hired will be working directly with our team and fire responders in the field witnessing the ecological impact of wildland fires and operations with an opportunity to provide recycling services so as to create a safe and healthy working environment. This position will provide hands-on field experience setting up and maintaining low-waste working camps in or near burning areas. Employees will gain knowledge on building effective waste management systems with a focus on waste reduction while collaborating with an interagency field team. An interest and passion for education is required as employees will be presenting and training various field crews and agencies in waste management/sustainability strategy. Those selected will gain experience in collaboration, management, leadership, and backcountry field skills needed for biological field technician positions.

Contact Name: Hannah Johnson

Job: Team Coordinator - Texas Longleaf Implementation Team (posted Jun 20, 2019)

Major Duties: The TLIT Coordinator serves as the partnership’s leader in maintaining vision, focus, enthusiasm, and momentum of a network of conservation organizations dedicated to the restoration of longleaf pine in Texas. The primary duties of the coordinator will be to:

  • Coordinate with TLIT members to ensure the successful administration and management of grants, awards and resources for the benefit of longleaf pine, bottomland hardwood, associated wetlands, rivers and streams of these ecosystems, and community outreach/education.
  • Identify, recruit, build and maintain strong relationships with landowners, partner organizations, and other interested parties. Connect landowners to financial programs and technical assistance expertise for longleaf pine conservation and forest management.
  • Schedule and facilitate implementation team meetings, education, outreach, and training events. Establish and participate in working groups to advance TLIT goals and objectives.
  • Disseminate longleaf related information to a wide range of partners and coordinate the submission of news articles to appropriate media outlets.
  • Work closely with other longleaf implementation teams, the Longleaf Partnership Council, Longleaf Alliance and other entities to ensure collaboration, information exchange, and continual improvement.

Experience & Qualifications: 

  • Education and experience in forestry, wildlife, or other natural resource discipline. A BA/BS in a related field and five years of experience in conservation, ecology, forestry, or wildlife management is preferred.
  • A demonstrable passion for and experience in longleaf pine management, silvics, restoration, conservation, and fire ecology.
  • Superior ability to communicate and educate landowners, conservation professionals, and other identified user groups about longleaf restoration, conservation, and management.
  • Expertise in developing, administering and implementing budgets and grants, and experience in cultivating successful partnerships.
  • Leadership in organizing and facilitating meetings. Ability to serve as a public spokesperson/representative for the partnership.
  • Proficiency in organizational skills, computer software, writing, data management, and social media use.

Job: Wildland/Prescribed Fire Firefighter - Eglin AFB, FL (posted Jul 3, 2019)

The US Air Force Wildland Fire Branch at Eglin AFB, FL is seeking qualified applicants for a GS-7 wildland firefighter position at Eglin AFB through direct hire authority. This direct hire position is open to external hires.

The Eglin Wildland Support Module (WSM) completes approximately 90,000 acres of prscribed burning each year in the Florida panhandle, provides fire suppression to Eglin AFB  and works with a variety of interagency partnerships. Basic qualification requirement is FFT2, but higher fire quals, Class B CDL, and heavy equipment experience are desired. The position is a secondary fire position, covered by firefighter retirement for those who qualify, and duties will include prescribed fire prep, planning, and implementation, wildfire response, equipment repair and fabrication, and fire effects monitoring with an expectation that the hire would gain a Class B CDL and become qualified as a tractor-plow operator within the first 6 months of hiring. It is also important to note that our crew works shifts that require some weekend work as part of a normal shift.

Interested applicants should send an email with resume directly to Brett Williams, Eglin WSM Lead by July 12th.

Deadline: Jul 12, 2019
Location: Eglin Air Force Base, Florida
Address: Eglin Air Force Base, Florida
Contact Name: Brett Williams
Contact E-mail: brett.williams.4@us.af.mil

Job: Wildlife Refuge Specialist - Oregon DOI (posted Jun 26, 2019)


As a Wildlife Refuge Specialist you will be responsible to plan, manage and coordinate the programs and operations of the Refuge. Administrative, operational and related programs are varied, however, the numbers of major activities such as construction of new facilities, pest control, public use, etc. are limited.

Wildlife Biology, Ecology and Habitat Management: Initiate and oversee conservation activities (e.g., habitat development, clean-up, contaminant and restoration projects, research studies, population studies, wildlife inventory, monitoring, etc.); prepare interagency cooperative agreements, memoranda of understanding and special use permits; assist in the fire program; participate in land acquisition or easement activities.

Visitor Services: Assist with a comprehensive public relations/public use program including off-refuge programs, interpretive and educational programs, wildlife dependent recreation (hunting, fishing, wildlife observation), and other recreational management activities. Conduct tours, serve as an environmental education instructor; manage the volunteer program.

Natural Resources Program Management: Participate in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Assessments (EAs), Endangered Species Act (ESA) Section 7 consultations, etc., Comprehensive Conservation Plans, Habitat Management Plans, Land Acquisition and Protection Plans, etc.; ensure actions are compliant with laws, rules, and regulations (e.g., water rights, rights-of-way, oil and gas, easements, fee title lands, etc.).

Business, Facilities and Equipment Management: Assist senior management develop long-range plans, annual work plans, budgets and work schedules. Develops cost estimates and the work sequence of major and minor rehabilitation projects, and prepares administrative and accomplishment reports. Plan and schedule operations and maintenance projects covering limited construction, repair and maintenance of equipment, facilities and infrastructure.

Other Information: The incumbent is expected to work outside in inclement weather (heat in the summer, cold and snow in the winter), on rough uneven terrain, and exposed to wind and insects. The Refuge is located in a remote area, approximately 30 miles from the small town of Chiloquin, Oregon with limited services.

Deadline: Jul 8, 2019

Job: AmeriCorps Prescribed Fire Training - TNC - Denver, CO (posted Jun 5, 2019)

This AmeriCorps position serves with The Nature Conservancy over an 11-month period to advance our work in improving private and public lands, providing education and training in stewardship and environmental practices, and growing our volunteer support.  S/he will be responsible for a variety of land stewardship activities in support of the Prescribed Fire Training program goals.   

The selected AmeriCorps member will serve with The Nature Conservancy’s North America Fire Program. They will serve directly for with the Director of Prescribed Fire Training. The position is to provide skills training and networking opportunities for the Member to gain prescribed fire experience while also providing assistance to other firefighters and fire team leaders. It is expected that the Member will travel frequently to Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges (TREX), attend for up to 2 weeks at a time, where they will serve as a firefighter commensurate with their qualification and experience. Additionally, it is expected that the Member will serve for up to two months on a prescribed fire crew where they will be part of 10-person fire team working locally and regionally to accomplish conservation outcomes. It’s important to understand that the Member will need to travel independently.

Deadline: Jul 3, 2019

Conference: 8th International Fire Ecology & Management Congress Call for Proposals (posted Feb 6, 2019)

Proposals for special sessions, workshops and trainings, oral and poster presentations, fire circles, and attached meetings are now being accepted.

Call for Special Sessions ~ Deadline April 1, 2019
Call for Workshops, Trainings, and Courses ~ Deadline April 1, 2019
Call for Oral and Poster Presentations ~ Deadline August 1, 2019 for Oral Presentations and August 30, 2019 for Poster Presentations
Call for Fire Circles ~ Deadline August 1, 2019
Call for Attached Meetings ~ Deadline August 30, 2019

Job: Forester - Umatilla Indian Reservation (posted Jun 6, 2019)

The Forestry program is responsible for the ecological enhancement, economic development and sustainable use of forest resources of allotted, Tribal trust and Tribal fee patent lands for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. The Forester assists with development and implementation of activities and functions to carry out provisions of CTUIR missions and 25 CFR.  The Forester develops, implements, and continues programs designed to secure optimum conservation and utilization of soil, water, and forestry resources to provide a fair and reasonable income to Indian landowners consistent with other resource values. The CTUIR employs the best available science to forward our mission through participation in policy, administrative processes, public outreach and education.  The position will be under the supervision of the Supervisory Forester. The Forestry Program is required to:

  1. Integrate the protection, conservation, utilization, and enhancement of Tribal fee, trust and/or restricted Indian forestry lands with the desires of the beneficial owners;
  2. Ensure that beneficial owners receive fair market value for forest products; and
  3. Accomplish 1 and 2 in conjunction with natural resource management objectives and cultural values of the Tribes.

Job: Summer Field Positions - Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory - Seattle, WA (posted Jun 11, 2019)

The Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory (PWFSL) in connection with the University of Washington is hiring up to three field assistants to work on multiple post-wildfire monitoring projects across the Western US during the summer of 2019. Work will include:

  • Collection of inventory data in pre/post salvaged logged forests
  • Vegetation surveys in high severity wildfire zones
  • Installation of long-term monitoring plots

PWFSL is looking for individuals who are detail-oriented, able to follow data collection protocol, enjoy working as part of a team outdoors in variable conditions, and can live cooperatively with others. Candidates must be in good physical condition, be able to lift at least 40 lbs, hike across rough terrain and able to work long hours in adverse weather and remote locations.

Positions will start in mid-June and last through mid-August, 8-10 weeks. When based in Seattle, a typical work week will be five 8 hour days. Field work will require travel for extended periods of 14-28 days, often scheduled with little or no notice. Travel to/from field sites and housing will be provided at no cost.

Location: Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory
Address: 400 N. 34th St., Suite 201, Seattle, WA 98103
Contact Name: Sarah Harrison
Contact E-mail: sch993@uw.edu

Training: National Interagency Prescribed Fire Training Center FY2019 Sessions (posted Jul 19, 2018)

The Prescribed Fire Training Center (PFTC) is a unique program blending maximum field prescribed burning experience with a flexible curriculum of classroom instruction on foundational topics for prescribed fire practitioners.

The PFTC is headquartered in Tallahassee, Florida. Training locations are dispersed throughout Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Attendees will travel to several remote sites during their stay to take advantage of prescribed burning and learning opportunities with a variety of agencies, fuel types, and challenges such as urban interface.
The Southeast is an ideal site for the PFTC due to the year round burning programs of several agencies, broad prescription windows, and the high level of interagency cooperation. During their 20 day tour, individuals should expect to participate in prescribed burns conducted for a variety of objectives. The wildland urban interface is a focus of PFTC, and most participants will have opportunities to conduct burns in interface situations. This variety of field experience with the different prescriptions, planning procedures, and techniques of the various agencies offers an accelerated learning opportunity for the participants.

FY2019 20-Day Sessions:

  • January 6, 2019 to January 25, 2019
  • February 3, 2019 to February 22, 2019
  • March 10, 2019 to March 29, 2019
  • April 7, 2019 to April 26, 2019
  • June 2, 2019 to June 21, 2019

FY2019 Agency Admin Workshops:

  • October 25, 2018 to October 30, 2018
  • February 28, 2019 to March 5, 2019

Location: National Interagency Prescribed Fire Training Center
Address: 3250 Capital Circle S.W.; Tallahassee, Florida 32310
Contact Name: Greg Seamon, Fire Training Specialist, Tall Timbers
Contact E-mail: gseamon@talltimbers.org
Contact Phone: (850) 523-8631

General: Survey of Wildfire Risk Assessment and Planning in the Northeast-Midwest U.S. (posted Apr 12, 2019)

You are invited to participate in an important regional survey to improve the understanding of wildfire risk assessment and planning in the 20 Northeast-Midwest states. The goal for this work is to improve the quality of the data that is available to calculate wildfire risk and to better support community and landscape planning work. Whether you are a land manager, local or regional planner, wildfire response or outreach professional, or an emergency manager, your experience with wildfire risk or fire needs is valuable.

This survey is a Northeast-Midwest regional project of the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy, a collaborative effort to manage growing wildland fire challenges across all lands, regardless of ownership. This survey is expected to take approximately 15 minutes, and responses will be combined with those of others in the region and be reported in summary form only.

Contact Name: Katy Thostenson

General: Fire Effects Information System (FEIS) Website Feedback (Survey Monkey) (posted May 31, 2019)

Are you a federal employee and use the Fire Effects Information System (FEIS)? If so, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station scientists would appreciate your feedback! Follow the link below.

Deadline: Jun 30, 2019

Job: Napa County Resource Conservation District Forester (posted Jun 25, 2019)

The Napa County Resource Conservation District (RCD) is seeking a talented and experienced Forester to serve our community in the wake of catastrophic wildfires and in preparation for future wildfire risks. The Forester will work with the RCD and NRCS teams to provide technical assistance and planning services for owners of forest lands to facilitate beneficial forest management, watershed fire recovery, fire prevention/preparedness, habitat restoration, and watershed stewardship. This position is employed by the Napa County RCD and will report to its Executive Director, but will work closely with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Lake County RCD.

Job: Fire Management Technician - TNC - Little Rock, AK (posted May 30, 2019)

The FMT will participate in preparing fire lines, maintaining equipment, post-burn monitoring and other tasks. As part of the FMT’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 fire activities in partnership with other non-profits, local fire departments, and local, state and federal agencies.

Deadline: Jun 26, 2019

Job: Southern Blue Ridge Conservation Forester - TNC - Asheville, NC (posted May 30, 2019)

The Southern Blue Ridge Conservation Forester serves in a technical leadership role for The Nature Conservancy within the Southern Blue Ridge Program of the North Carolina Chapter. This position is based in our Asheville office and works across the Southern Blue Ridge ecoregion on landscape-scale forest restoration with both public and private partners. The Conservation Forester will identify and address barriers to ecological forest restoration, and work to address priority issues through implementation of demonstration projects. This position will advance our program in applied forest ecology and silviculture across a variety of ownerships with the region. The position reports to the Southern Blue Ridge Program Director and is funded for three-years with the possibility of extension based on continued funding. Salary ranges from $45,000-$50,000/year.

Deadline: Jun 26, 2019

Job: Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist - Nebraska (posted Jun 12, 2019)

Duties: Work in a joint capacity with Pheasants Forever, Inc. (PF), the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission (NGPC) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to promote, coordinate and implement the conservation provisions of the Federal Farm Bill and other related wildlife conservation programs. Activities will include providing technical assistance to landowners regarding rangeland and wildlife management, habitat planning, precision ag conservation, contract coordination, conservation plan modification, site assessment and reporting. Conduct and coordinate training sessions that include workshops and tours for landowners and resource professionals. Provide technical assistance related to prescribed fire to private landowners and resource professionals. Provide technical assistance related to prescribed fire to private landowners and public organizations. Meet with local chapters of Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever to help coordinate habitat and rangeland management efforts and participate in statewide habitat meetings. Implement conservation programs to improve rangeland management, grassland restoration, small grains and diverse cover crop use and wildlife habitat management on private lands. Assist or coordinate activities and projects as assigned.

Deadline: Jun 24, 2019

Job: Fire Adapted Communities Coordinator - Oregon (posted Jun 19, 2019)


The purpose of the position is to coordinate citizen wildfire safety and mitigation programs under the Fire Adapted Communities program of work.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Work with citizens, State, Federal, and local stakeholders to implement wildfire mitigation and safety programs under the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy and Fire Adapted Communities program of work. Program examples are Firewise USA and Ready, Set, Go! and Ashland's Smokewise program.
  • Work with individual property owners to assess wildfire hazard risks, providing wildfire mitigation and evacuation planning.
  • Implement existing programs, adapting them as work and policy changes dictate, and new programs as needed.
  • Coordinate similar work with local and regional partners to assist in the implementation of the Jackson County Integrated Fire Plan.
  • Coordinate wildfire fuels reduction projects on private lands with land owners in accordance with standards and laws; monitor past fuels reduction projects on private lands.
  • Lead or assist with grant-writing, reporting, budgeting, and administrative functions related to grants.
  • Communicate with the public, local groups, other departments, media, and local, state and federal agencies. Use various social media platforms and websites to engage the public.
  • Maintain all essential program records; prepare program statistical information and other documentation as required by the department.
  • Develop and present community education and program operational materials; conduct public tours and education and work closely with media.
  • Provide regular program status reports for staff, elected officials and the general public as required; function in the city's Emergency Operation Center in various positions and function as one of the department's public information officers as necessary.

Deadline: Jun 24, 2019
Address: Ashland, Oregon