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Master Teacher

The Child Development Center is conducting two concurrent searches for master teachers: both regular (ongoing) and one substitute. Applicants who wish to be considered for both positions must submit applications to both postings on the Ohio University Jobs website. Multiple positions are available. To apply, please complete online application and upload required documents including resume/CV, detailed cover letter, unofficial transcripts, and list of three professional references with current contact information including email address. Position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, please apply by Sunday, June 9, 2019.  For more information and to apply please visit: https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/31365

WAYNE NATIONAL FOREST

Forestry Technician (Multi-Resource Crew)

GS-0462-06/07

PERMANENT POSITION

Title, Series, and Grade: Forestry Technician (Multi-Resource Crew Leader), GS-0462-6/7

Position:  One (1)

Tour of Duty: Full-Time, Permanent

Duty Station: Wayne National Forest, Ironton Ranger District, Pedro, OH

The Ironton Ranger District of the Wayne National Forest is looking for an individual who enjoys working outdoors doing a variety of different work across many different disciplines including timber, recreation, wildlife, botany, and fire. The position entails outdoor work in a variety of environmental conditions and hiking in rough and uneven terrain.

MAJOR DUTIES
This position is located on a Forest Service unit and is assigned a variety of complex and recurring technical duties individually or as a crew member or team leader, in support of the unit’s various natural resource management program areas. This position performs a variety of routine and frequently complex tasks involving techniques and practices relating to natural resources management programs, (i.e., timber and silviculture, recreation, wildlife, range, and fire and fuels management). Successful accomplishment of the following assignments supports field projects and program planning activities for the unit:

  • Timber: Performs timber marking, cruising of forest products, planting, site preparation, and timber stand improvement projects to meet silviculture objectives and forest policy standards. Collects, summarizes and prepares requested timber reports and maps which provide information for planning and implementing forest management projects.  
  • Recreation: Assures recreation areas are maintained in accordance with standards and reports on condition of area. Makes group and individual contacts in providing forest recreation information and answering questions about recreation management on the unit. Provides specific information concerning camping or swimming and other area regulations such as fire, safety and sanitation. Notifies visitors of violations and potential violations.
  • Wildlife: Makes wildlife and fish habitat surveys and implements coordination measure such as marking key areas. Performs independently, or as leader of a small project crew in construction or completing wildlife habitat improvement projects such as water developments, fish attractors, or clearing and planting site preparation areas for establishment of more desirable food or cover and other similar tasks. Participates in plant control or type conversion by flagging boundaries, operating equipment, carrying out kill studies, or reseeding.
  • Vegetation: Participates in noxious plant control, seeding, or similar projects by flagging boundaries, operating equipment, and carrying out kill studies.  Identifies, collects, stores, and prepares collected native plant seed for vegetation improvement projects. Identifies plants and noxious weeds and determines how they grow. Applies the proper chemicals to control noxious weeds. Uses botanical key to identify plants encountered during field trips or surveys of forest and range areas. Compiles and summarizes the vegetation types obtained from ground surveys including forest health monitoring. Layout of experimental plots by taking measurements and marking corners and boundaries.
  • Fire and Fuels: Executes fuel treatment plans, slash hazard appraisals and hazard reduction plans. Records fuel treatment activity records for required reports and final project completion. Operates motor vehicles and equipment in support of fire suppression activities as capable and qualified.

Position Contact – Further Information:

For further information please contact Tim Slone at timslone@fs.fed.us or 740-534-6525.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/535709700

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