The reporting location for this position is the South Operations Center of Redwood National and State Parks in Orick. This position will work under the direction of the Redwood Coast Sector Manager. This position may be required to work at all State and National Park sites and facilities throughout the North Coast Redwoods District from time to time. The Environmental Scientist will work independently to accomplish a wide range of resource management objectives within the Sector. The incumbent will work closely with North Coast Redwoods District staff to assist in the coordination of Resource Management projects and programs within the Redwood Coast Sector and the Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) partnership. This position acts as a technical expert to the Sector Manager and other Sector staff. With oversight from the Senior Environmental Scientist, this position assists with the District’s Resource Management Plan within the Sector. This position facilitates the CEQA review within the Sector, including internal and external CEQA documents, and timber harvest plans. This position will coordinate with NPS staff on joint agency projects and NEPA reviews. The incumbent is also responsible for other Sector natural resources issues such as assisting with Sector nursery operations, assisting in the design of improvements and unit inspections carried out under the Resource Management Category H program. The incumbent may act as a lead person to interns and others working on various natural and cultural Resource Management plans and projects in the Sector. This position may work up to 1500 hours per year. State housing may be available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Jeff Bomke at (707) 465-7332 or email@example.com.
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