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The College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho is recruiting a tenure-track assistant or associate professor focusing on Fire Ecology and Management in support of the Fire Ecology and Management program, Forestry, and Rangeland Conservation programs, and other undergraduate and graduate programs in the Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences, and College of Natural Resources. The tenure-track position and faculty member will support University of Idaho’s Land Grant mission with teaching and advising (45%), scholarship (40%), outreach and Extension (10%) and University Service (5%). The faculty member will conduct research related to fire ecology, with an emphasis on the ecological effects of fire, and the implications for long-term health and sustainability of key ecosystem goods and services from fire-prone ecosystems. The faculty member will publish in peer-reviewed journals, present findings to scientists and managers at professional conferences, and actively seek external competitive funding to support this research. The faculty member will work collaboratively within the department, college and university, and with external stakeholders (e.g., government and nongovernmental organizations, other universities, and industries). In these and other ways, the faculty member will develop and maintain a nationally recognized research and outreach program.

Position is open until filled; application review begins October 24, 2022.

Contact Name: Eva Strand
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Incumbent will be a member of the Shaw Wildland Support Module for the U.S. Air Force Wildland Fire Branch based at Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, SC. The Wildland Support Module is responsible for implementing prescribed burns and responding to wildfires on Air Force property throughout the area of responsibility and the U.S.

The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a Team Lead and to provide operational oversight and planning of wild land fire suppression/non-suppression activities and specialized expertise. The incumbent is also responsible for preparedness, prevention, prescribed burning, monitoring, hazardous fuel reduction within assigned area of responsibility. The incumbent also assists in writing and executing wildland fire management plans, prescribed burn plans, and preparedness plans.

Deadline: Oct 10, 2022
Contact Name: William Sprouse

The Fire and Fuels Project Manager will manage and coordinate projects within the Guild’s fire and fuels program in New Mexico, which seeks to find innovative ways to solve the challenging problems related to wildfire through increasing implementation of prescribed fire on private and public land, creating training and education opportunities, increasing collaboration, and creatively filling gaps and broadening the definition of fire management. Projects within this program include the All Hands All Lands Burn Team (AHAL) and the Forest Stewards Youth Corps Fire and Fuels Crews, in addition to other existing and upcoming projects across the region.

Application deadline: Rolling deadline until filled.

Contact Name: Sam Berry
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Contact Phone: 541-816-6371