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Los Padres National Forest Wildlife Biologist Job Vacancy GS-0486-9/11
September 2, 2011 at 8:33 pm #140519
Job Duties: The incumbent serves as a Wildlife Biologist and is supervised by the Forest Wildlife Biologist. The Wildlife Biologist supports the Forest and Forest Wildlife Biologist managing, coordinating, or providing technical support to wildlife, vegetation and biological resources and is responsible for participation in the inspection and evaluation of the wildlife program and projects, administers or supports the on-going monitoring of wildlife studies, surveys, and activities to ensure program quality, effectiveness, technical adequacy, and compliance. Incumbent prepares reports of findings or contributes information to reporting. Consultations involve assessment of wildlife resources, species, habitats, environmental impacts, biological evaluations, and related regulatory requirements and compliance guidelines. The Incumbent participates in the conduct of scientific studies and projects, in management investigations, and/or in wildlife resource surveys.
TO APPLY: At the close of the outreach period a certificate of candidates will be drawn from the Open and Continuous vacancy announcement for a Wildlife Biologist Position. That announcement number is PERM-OCR-0486-57911 G for Government Employees or those with Reinstatement Rights or PERM-OCR-0486-57911 DP for the General Public. In order to be considered, you must check the box Goleta CA in the section of the Avue application where you are asked for job locations. You may acquire a copy of the announcement from the internet, at http://www.jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov or http://www.avuedigitalservices.com/usfs/applicant.html. This web-based application provides individuals interested in employment opportunities with the Forest Service to apply for jobs. You can create and update Applicant Profiles, search for current vacancy announcements, create a job search profile, apply for jobs, and check the status of jobs for which they have applied.
The Forest: The Los Padres National Forest encompasses approximately 1.75 million acres of central California’s scenic coastal mountain ranges. The forest stretches almost 220 miles from north to south and consists of two separate land divisions. The northern division is comprised of the very unique Big Sur coastal range descending steeply to the ocean on the west and to the Salinas Valley on the east. It is within Monterey County and northern San Luis Obispo County. The “main division” is unique in being a transverse east-west coastal range divided by the Sierra Madre Ridge and draining to the ocean on the south and to the Cuyama valley to the north. It includes lands within San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura and Kern Counties. For more information on the Los Padres National Forest, see our website at http://fs.usda.gov/lpnf.
For more information about the community of Santa Barbara area, see http://www.SantaBarbara.com.
If you are interested in this opportunity and/or plan on applying to the vacancy announcement noted above, please apply and also let us know by returning the reply form, indicating your location preference, before 09/23/2011 If you want more information please contact Lloyd Simpson, Forest Botanist, Los Padres National Forest.
E-Mail : [email protected].
Address: Los Padres National Forest
6755 Hollister Ave. Suite 150
Goleta, Ca 93117
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