The reporting location for this position is the Ocotillo Wells District Headquarters in Borrego Springs. This position will work under the direction of the District Senior Park and Recreation Specialist. This position works with a team that includes another Environmental Scientist, an Archeologist, a Park Maintenance Worker, Environmental Services Interns and seasonal park aides. The team conducts scientific studies for the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division Habitat Management System and to meet natural resource management directives. In addition, the Environmental Scientist will coordinate with the work of several professional and technical contractors and work on interdisciplinary teams with other department professionals. The Environmental Scientist will conduct field studies for the HMS II and Flat-tailed Horned Lizard surveys; assist in the Ocotillo Wells District CEQA and departmental natural resource compliance; make recommendations to resolve resource-related problems; and act upon difficult technical decisions through an adaptive management process. The incumbent will represent the District at various agency meetings on resource related topics. The incumbent’s work schedule will be Monday through Friday. State housing may be available. For further information regarding this position, please contact Tina Robinson at (760) 767-1302 (office) or (760) 315-2845 (cell) or Tina.Robinson@parks.ca.gov.
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