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Any undergraduate student in the College of Forest Resources may apply for an internship for credit. Students who have an open elective may use the internship course as a part of their program. In addition, full semester internships will only be eligible for three credits, given that other requirements are met. Students can only receive credit for one internship during their undergraduate program.

Students are also required to
  • Be juniors or seniors
  • Have an overall GPA of at least 2.50
  • Apply at least two weeks prior to the pre-registration period of the semester
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Forester Arkansas 8/21/2017 +
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Categorized Under:

Organization:Green Bay Packaging

Job Description:

The Fiber Resource Division of Green Bay Packaging Inc. is currently seeking a forester for the Central Arkansas area.

Green Bay Packaging is a privately owned, vertically integrated forest products company that has been in operation since 1933. This Green Bay, WI based paper company has over 3,000 employees and 30 manufacturing locations. Arkansas operations include the ownership and management of approximately 250,000 acres of company owned timberland. To learn more about our company visit www.gbp.com.

This forester will be assisting in all phases of silviculture and timberland management on company owned or private lands. Duties will include assisting in harvest scheduling, supervising site preparation, planting, road maintenance and road construction contractors, BMP and SFI compliance, timberland sale preparation and inspection, and other miscellaneous forestry related duties and activities.

Qualified applicants should have completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Forestry or will be completing this degree in the spring of 2018. They should also display excellent written and oral communication skills. It is also preferred that the candidate be familiar with MS Word, Excel, GIS Software and the ability to operate a GPS unit.

In addition to a competitive salary, the selected candidate will enjoy an excellent benefit program including medical, dental, prescription drugs, LTD, company matching 401(k), paid vacation and holiday schedule and a company vehicle.

If you are interested in pursuing this exceptional career opportunity with a stable, solid company, please send your resume to:

Green Bay Packaging Inc.
Fiber Resource Division
Attn: Nova Scroggins, HR
P. O. Box 711
Morrilton, AR 72110
Email nscroggi@gbp.com

Deadline for application is October 6, 2017


Apply By:10/6/2017


Posted By: KBrasher

Real Estate Specialist Multiple States 8/17/2017 +
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Categorized Under:

Organization:Molpus Woodlands Group

Location:North Louisiana / South Arkansas, Multiple States

Job Description:

The Molpus Woodlands Group (Molpus) manages over 700,000 acres in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. The open position, Real Estate Specialist, South Central Region will have responsibility for real estate and land sales for the northern half of the land base managed by Molpus. We are seeking a driven, self-motivated individual that understands the real estate and timberland marketplace. This position offers a unique opportunity to develop long-term disposition strategies, market a diverse portfolio of properties, and be actively involved in the day-to-day negotiations of these land sales. An individual holding their real estate license would be preferred. Compensation will be based on experience, however this position will have an incentive pay scale based on performance. The position will report directly to the Senior Director of Real Estate and Renewables.

Molpus manages all properties to comply with each state’s Best Management Practices and follows SFI® guidelines.

Required Education:

Degree in Real Estate, Finance or Business Management, Bachelor of Science Degree in Forest Management and/or five years of experience in real estate sales with a broker's or salesperson's license preferred.

Required Experience:

Assists in preparation of monthly, quarterly, annual, and 5-year plans and budgets for the Real Estate function within a specific geographic division.


Serves as the primary contact person for Real Estate projects performed either in-house or through contractual arrangements on lands of clients of Molpus within a specific geographic division.

Implements strategies to ensure overall Real Estate project goals are met on Molpus-managed lands.

Skills:

Degree in Real Estate, Finance or Business Management, Bachelor of Science Degree in Forest Management and/or five years of experience in real estate sales with a broker's or salesperson's license preferred./p>

Strong verbal, organizational and interpersonal skills


Proficiency with common business computer software, which includes Excel spreadsheet and word-processing software.


Must be a dependable team player with strong ethics.


Must be trained and experienced in typical workplace safety programs and be committed to positively addressing unsafe behaviors and situations encountered in the work place.


EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:


Degree in Real Estate, Finance or Business Management, Bachelor of Science Degree in Forest Management and/or five years of experience in real estate sales with a broker's or salesperson's license preferred.

Proficiency with common business computer software, which includes Excel spreadsheet and word-processing software.

Must be a dependable team player with strong ethics.
Must be trained and experienced in typical workplace safety programs and be committed to positively addressing unsafe behaviors and situations encountered in the work place.
The Molpus Woodlands Group LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

Assists in preparation of monthly, quarterly, annual, and 5-year plans and budgets for the Real Estate function within a specific geographic division.

Serves as the primary contact person for Real Estate projects performed either in-house or through contractual arrangements on lands of clients of Molpus within a specific geographic division.

Implements strategies to ensure overall Real Estate project goals are met on Molpus-managed lands.

Strong verbal, organizational and interpersonal skills
Proficiency with common business computer software, which includes Excel spreadsheet and word-processing software.
Must be a dependable team player with strong ethics.
Must be trained and experienced in typical workplace safety programs and be committed to positively addressing unsafe behaviors and situations encountered in the work place.

Salary:

$100,000+ potential (based on experience & performance)


Apply By:11/30/2017

Phone:601-948-8733 ext. 350

Email:cmilton@molpus.com

Mailing:

Molpus Woodlands Group


654 N. State Street


Jackson, MS 39202


www.molpus.com


Posted By: Christy Milton

Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police- Trainee Delaware 8/17/2017 +
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Categorized Under:

Organization:Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police

Job Description:

Delaware Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Police

 

This position is entry level and will be responsible for enforcing all applicable fishing, hunting and boating laws and regulations. Position will patrol by use of motor vehicle, foot patrol and vessel in varying weather conditions.

Delaware Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Police mission is to protect wildlife and fisheries resources, promote boating education & safety, enforce all hunting & fishing rules, regulations, and laws, respond to boating emergencies, and are a partner in Delaware's Homeland Security maritime mission.

When applying online for a Delaware Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Police position please ensure that the Posting reads "DNREC Enforcement Trainee" and the Agency reads "DNREC/Office of Natural Res. /Fish and Wildlife".

https://www.jobaps.com/DE/sup/BulPreview.asp?R1=080917&R2=MBBD01&R3=400300

Required Education:

JOB REQUIREMENTS for DNREC Enforcement
Trainee


 


Applicants must have
education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the
following areas:


 


 


 



  1. At least 20 and 1/2 years of age.

  2. Associates degree or higher in Criminal Justice, Natural Resources,
    Environmental Science, Sociology or related field.


 


    OR


 



  1. At least 20 and 1/2 years
    of age.

  2. Possession of a High School
    Diploma or equivalent.

  3. Six months experience in
    conducting investigations which includes conducting interviews to obtain
    confidential information, gathering evidence and documenting findings.

  4. Six months experience in
    applying natural resources laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies and
    procedures.

  5. Six months experience in
    narrative report writing

Required Experience:

JOB REQUIREMENTS for DNREC Enforcement
Trainee



Applicants must have
education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the
following areas:





  1. At least 20 and 1/2 years of age.

  2. Associates degree or higher in Criminal Justice, Natural Resources,
    Environmental Science, Sociology or related field.



At least 20 and 1/2 years
of age.
  • Possession of a High School
    Diploma or equivalent.

  • Six months experience in
    conducting investigations which includes conducting interviews to obtain
    confidential information, gathering evidence and documenting findings.

  • Six months experience in
    applying natural resources laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies and
    procedures.

  • Six months experience in
    narrative report writing.

  • Skills:

    Applicants who do not possess the preferred qualification will still be
    eligible to compete for this position if job requirements are met.


    • Possession of a Hunting/Trapping Education Certification.

    Salary:

    Yearly: $32,042.00 - 5% Differential


    Upon satisfactory completion of department promotional standards and job
    requirements, employees may be eligible to be promoted to the next level.


    Apply By:8/30/2017

    Phone:302-354-1386

    Email:john.mcderby@state.de.us

    Mailing:

    Delaware Fish & Wildlife


    Natural Resources Police


    89 Kings Highway


    Dover DE, 19901


    Posted By: Lt. John McDerby

    Park Range I (Natural and Cultural Resource Ranger) Texas 8/18/2017 +
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    Categorized Under:

    Organization:Sheldon State Park

    Location:Houston, Texas

    Job Description:

    Under the direction of the Park Superintendent, this position is responsible for resource management of Sheldon Lake State Park and Environmental Learning Center. Work involves planning and carrying out various assignments of both natural and cultural resource management which may include, plant and animal analysis, inventory and management, research, restoration plans, prescribed burning, GIS/GPS mapping and sensitive site management. Assists with educational programs and outreach opportunities. Conducts site promotion and marketing, volunteer recruitment, preparation of assigned reports, training of volunteers and assisting in other areas of the park. Assists with maintenance and operation of buildings, facilities, and equipment. Works under moderate supervision, with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Performs additional duties as assigned. Complies with all Agency, Division and Branch rules, regulations and procedures

     

    In order to be considered for this position, the following information is required:

                    Submission of a completed online application;

                    Work history experience MUST be completed in the online application;

                    A scanned copy of official college transcript(s) issued from the registrar must be attached to the online application (if applicable);

                    Applicants must attach a DD214 or other supporting documentation to the online application to claim Veterans Preference.

     

    NOTE: Resume and professional references may be attached to the online application, but not in place of the completed application. A skills test may be conducted at time of interview.

     

     

     

    Required Education:

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education:


    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree



    ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTIONS: Education:


    One additional year of experience in (1) natural/cultural resource management; or (2) interpretation or education; or (3) general maintenance; or (4) public safety; or (5) promotions or public relations may substitute for 30 hours of the required education, with a maximum substitution of 120 semester hours.


    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Education:


    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in one of the following areas: Park Administration, Recreation & Parks, Wildlife/Fisheries, Natural and/or Cultural Resource Conservation, Range Management, Forestry, Biology or closely related fields, depending upon the park and the specific emphasis needed.


     



     

    Required Experience:

                    Experience in Natural and/or Cultural resource management;


                    Experience in Park Interpretation and Education;


    Experience in facility, equipment, and grounds maintenance/ repairs

    Skills:

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:


                    Knowledge of natural resource management, research techniques, and methodologies;


                    Knowledge of species identification, field ecology, and natural history;


                    Knowledge of habitat restoration, habitat improvement, landscape design, and maintenance;


                    Knowledge of invasive plant species management in relation to plant community and habitat restoration;


                    Knowledge of park operations and maintenance practices;


                    Knowledge of building maintenance and repair techniques utilizing plumbing, electrical, carpentry and mechanical skills;


                    Skill in using MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook;


                    Skill in effective verbal and written communication;


                    Skill in using mapping software;


                    Skill in training others;


                    Skill in providing quality customer service in a courteous and professional manner;


                    Skill in establishing and maintaining effective work relationships with staff at all levels of the department and other State agencies and organizations;


                    Skill in using hand and power tools, mowers, trimmers, chain saws, tractors, vehicles, generators and other mechanical equipment;


                    Ability to develop a sound management program for the park's natural and cultural resources;


                    Ability to use GPS unit and interface with personal computer;


                    Ability to create and maintain partnerships with other nature related organizations;


                    Ability to develop marketing and promotional activities and special events;


                    Ability to develop and organize field study programs of local birds, insects or plants;


                    Ability to work as a member of a team;


                    Ability to work independently with little or no supervision;


                    Ability to perform basic maintenance tasks to grounds, facilities, vehicles and equipment;


                    Ability to perform manual labor including, lifting supplies and materials up to 50 lbs.;


    Ability to conduct work activities in accordance with TPWD safety program

    Salary:

    $3075.00 Monthly


    Apply By:8/28/2017

    Phone:(281) 456-2800

    Mailing:

    Work Address: Sheldon State Park, 14140 Garrett Road, Houston, TX 77044


    Posted By: WFA

    Summer Intern Indiana 8/18/2017 +
    JobDetails

    Categorized Under:

    Organization:Dow AgroSciences

    Location:Indianapolis, Indiana

    Job Description:

    Our Research and Development Summer Intern program provides an opportunity for students to work closely with senior scientists in order to improve technical skills while being given a developmental opportunity in an industrial setting.  It is desirable that the intern have past practical experience in handling chemicals, operating laboratory equipment, generating and manipulating data, as well as computer database and word-processing skills. Interns are encouraged to be creative and take initiative, where appropriate, and will be granted significant latitude for discretionary decisions and independence of action within guidelines established by their supervisor. Interns are expected to always operate in a safe and efficient manner.

    Qualified interns should be pursuing a BS or MS degree in biology, chemistry, informatics, or closely related majors. Interns will be part of a team responsible for the development of novel agricultural products. Strong interpersonal, communication, organizational, teamwork and time management skills are essential.  Foreign students are encouraged to apply, however, they MUST be attending a U.S. university or college as the school is the sponsor for them to work in the U.S.


    Apply By:11/1/2017

    Email:FELNTRN@dow.com

    Mailing:

    To apply for an R&D internship at Dow AgroSciences,  see the link below.  Applications will be accepted between August 15 and November 1, 2017 for the 2018 summer program.  Questions:  FELNTRN@dow.comDo not send resumes to this address.


    Apply here:


    http://www.dowagro.com/en-us/careers/student-internships/science-laboratory-based-research


    Posted By: WFA

    Forester Arkansas 8/11/2017 +
    JobDetails

    Categorized Under:

    Organization:Arkansas Forestry Commission

    Job Description:

    Education/experience requirements:

    • The equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in forestry or a related field.
    • One year of experience in forest management or a related field.
    • Registered forester in accordance with ACA 17-31-301.
    • Pass annual physical standard as a condition of employment.
    • Must obtain a Commercial Driver’s License. (Within 90 days of hire date)

    Knowledge of:

    • Forest management practices and techniques.
    • Fire prevention and fire suppression theories and methods.
    • Laws and regulations affecting fire control and forest management.
    • Supervisory practices and procedures.
    • Federal and state forestry programs available for forest landowners, communities and fire departments.

    Ability to:

    • Plan and coordinate work activities and monitor performance of subordinates.
    • Prepare and make public presentations and conduct forestry training.
    • Collect data, analyze needs assessments, and prepare written forest management recommendations for private and public forest landowners.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Frequent twenty-four (24) hour on-call duty and frequent exposure to hazardous conditions while fighting fires and marking timber.
    • AFC Residency policy: Forest Rangers and Foresters must live in their area of responsibility or within fifteen road miles of their assigned work center.

    SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS MUST BE WILLING TO ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

    • Move to the location of the job at employee's expense.
    • AFC Residency policy: Forest Rangers and County Foresters must live in their area of responsibility or within fifteen road miles of their assigned work center. District Foresters must live in their assigned District.
    • Accept compensatory time off instead of overtime payment for overtime hours worked if the job is nonexempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
    • The AFC may call back emergency response employees to work and supervisors may schedule their workday to carryout emergency response duties.
    • Emergency response employees on approved mileage reimbursement must have a dependable vehicle to meet emergency response requirements.
    • Employees may be required to undergo a physical examination.
    • Forest Rangers, County Foresters, State Forest Foreman, Forest Technicians, and AFC Investigators must meet physical fitness standards annually.
    • Foresters must meet Arkansas Board of Registration for Foresters certification requirements within one year of employment.
    • The Law Enforcement Standards Commission certifies law enforcement employees. These employees must be at least 21 years old, satisfactorily complete a thorough background investigation, and physical and psychological examinations.
    • Federal Department of Transportation regulations require a commercial driver’s license (CDL) for all employees with truck driving or emergency response duties. Pre-employment and random alcohol/drug testing is mandatory for CDL holders. CDL holders must be at least 18 years old.
    • Complete an Employment Eligibility Verification form (Form I-9) and provide related documentation proving the applicant is a United States citizen or an alien authorized to work in the United States.

    Salary:

    Entry Level Salary: $40,340

    Grade GS07

    Position #: 22088780


    Apply By:8/25/2017

    Mailing:

    Hiring Authority:
    Arkansas Forestry Commission
    District Forester Mike Cagle
    P.O. Box 10
    Greenbrier, AR 72058
    Phone: 501/679-6297
    Fax: 501/679-3018
    E-mail: mike.o.cagle@arkansas.gov

    Standard State of Arkansas employment application required.

    Apply on line:
    http://www.arstatejobs.com


    Posted By: KBrasher

    Forester Technician Alabama 8/9/2017 +
    JobDetails

    Categorized Under:

    Organization:Sizemore & Sizemore, Inc.

    Job Description:

    This position is for a full-time entry-level forest technician. Primary responsibilities consists of mainly field work including forest inventories, timber and boundary marking; collecting GPS field data, prescribed burning, timber harvest inspections, planting supervision. The majority of the work is outdoors in varying weather conditions. The job includes some travel and occasional weekend work. This position is generally a 45-50 hour/week assignment.

    Skills:

    We are seeking a highly motivated individual with the ability to work
    independently, as well as in a team environment. Candidate must be able to complete
    fieldwork in a timely, detailed and quality manner. A minimum two year forestry
    degree is required. Good written and verbal communication skills are required.
    Computer skills and other digital skills are necessary. Experience with ArcGIS,
    Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and field data recorders is preferred.

    Salary:

    Competitive pay commensurate with experience


    Apply By:11/9/2017

    Email:mheatherly@sizemore1949.com


    Posted By: Susanna Fillingham

    Forester Alabama 8/9/2017 +
    JobDetails

    Categorized Under:

    Organization:Sizemore & Sizemore, Inc.

    Job Description:

    This position is for a full-time forester. Primary responsibilities consists of field work including forest inventories, timber and boundary marking; collecting GPS field data, prescribed burning, timber harvest inspections, planting supervision. Other responsibilities include developing forest management plans, timber harvest scheduling, timber inventory workup and timber appraisals. The majority of the work is outdoors in varying weather conditions. The job includes some travel and occasional weekend work. This position is generally a 45-50 hour/week assignment. Benefits include 100% employer paid health and dental insurance premium for employees, life insurance, short and long-term disability, paid holidays, paid time off, 401(k) matching, etc.

    Required Education:

    A minimum four year forestry degree is required

    Required Experience:

    2-3 years of experience is preferred

    Skills:

    We are seeking a highly motivated individual with the ability to work
    independently, as well as in a team environment. Candidate must be able to complete
    fieldwork in a timely, detailed and quality manner. A minimum four year
    forestry degree is required, and 2-3 years of experience is preferred. Good
    written and verbal communication skills are required. Computer skills and other
    digital skills are necessary. Experience with ArcGIS, Microsoft Word, Microsoft
    Excel, and field data recorders is required. 

    Salary:

    Competitive salary commensurate with experience


    Apply By:11/9/2017

    Email:mheatherly@sizemore1949.com


    Posted By: Susanna Fillingham

    Ecologist Wisconsin 8/9/2017 +
    JobDetails

    Categorized Under:

    Organization:Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

    Job Description:

    The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is seeking candidates to fill one permanent full-time position for a GS-0408-09 Ecologist to be located at the Washburn Ranger District in Washburn, Wisconsin. This position offers a challenging career opportunity for an individual seeking experience on a busy and complex National Forest that is rich in natural and cultural resources.

    The purpose of this Outreach Notice is to inform interested candidates about the upcoming vacancy announcement. If you are interested in applying for this position, please respond via the Forest Service Employment Outreach Website (https://fsoutreach.gdcii.com/Outreach).

    The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is the one and only national forest in Wisconsin. At more than 1.5 million acres, the Forest stretches across northern Wisconsin and provides the scenic and economic foundation for the Northwood’s communities. Glacier-carved hills and lowlands, extensive hardwood forests, and an abundance of rivers and streams make up the Forest. Abundant wildlife and numerous recreation opportunities draw visitors to the area.

    The Forest is engaged in exciting opportunities and management challenges. Current management emphasis includes maintaining and expanding our large partnership network, defining a sustainable recreation program, and continuing to grow the largest timber program in Region 9.

    The Washburn Ranger District is one of the most diverse and unique among the five Districts on the Forest. The Washburn Ecology/Botany/Non-Native Invasive Species (NNIS) program plays a key role in a landscape scale partnership project to restore over 22,000 acres of globally-imperiled pine barrens ecosystem. The Washburn District is home to a mix of many other interesting ecosystems ranging from lowland spruce bogs to red/white pine forests to northern mixed hardwood forests. This position will also conduct surveys and complete biological evaluations for rare plant species, including the federally threatened Fassett’s locoweed. The District ecologist will also manage the District’s widely recognized non-native invasive species program and partnerships.

    Duties of this Position: This position is located in a Forest Service unit where the incumbent serves as an Ecologist. The primary responsibilities of the position are to represent botanical and ecological resources while providing technical and programmatic input and field support to the Washburn Ranger District of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest Ecology, Botany, and Wildlife Programs.

    Major duties include but are not limited to:

    • Serves as the lead for the District Ecology/Botany/NNIS program and participates on interdisciplinary planning teams for evaluating the impact of Forest Service or non-Forest Service activities on National Forest lands. Reviews Environmental Assessments to determine the adequacy and coordination of ecological and botanical needs. Provides the analysis needed to assess the effects of management activities and documents this analysis in an Environmental Assessment. Prepares or reviews biological evaluations for threatened, endangered, or sensitive species.
    • Plans and conducts surveys and monitoring for sensitive plant and non-native invasive species.
    • Primary support and team member for habitat improvement and ecosystem restoration projects.
    • Provides detailed reports for collected data and enters botanical/NNIS data in USFS reporting databases.
    • Coordinates with the District Wildlife Biologist, Forest Ecologist and other Staff in the development of the program of work.
    • Individually, or as part of a team, participates in the development of the unit Ecology, Botany, and NNIS program and project plans to collaboratively achieve mutual goals and objectives.
    • Assists with the development and implementation of ecological/botantical/non-native invasive species monitoring programs to collect, analyze, and interpret data to help guide Forest Service activities through an adaptive management framework.
    • Evaluates the effect of forest management practices including silvicultural treatments, and prescribed burning on a diverse range of ecosystems and species.
    • Integrates information from separate disciplines such as hydrology, soils, and wildlife, including historic and legacy data, for use in assessing current conditions, detecting trends, and developing desired future conditions for use in planning and implementing forest projects.
    • Conducts and assists with fire monitoring and modeling, including evaluations of fire behavior, fuel loading, fire effects, and patterns of fire severity. Plans and coordinates long-term Firemon monitoring protocols.
    • Develops GIS products, presentations, workshops, and other materials to facilitate the transfer of ecological knowledge.
    • Provides technical assistance with NEPA planning and implementation.
    • Actively works with partner organizations to secure funding for key aspects of the Ecology/Botany/NNIS program of work.
    • Develops contracts and serves as contracting officer’s representative (COR) or inspector. Ensures all provisions are enforced and proper measures are taken to protect or enhance values in accordance with contract objectives. Prepares and submits related inspection reports, checks for compliance on needed corrective actions, and recommends final acceptance of the contract upon completion.
    • Serves as project crew leader for temporary employees and/or volunteer crews.
    • Assists with a variety of work in support of other programs and performs other duties as assigned.

    Location: The position will be stationed at the Washburn Ranger District in Washburn, Wisconsin. Most duties will occur on the District, although there will be occasional travel required throughout the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Regionally, or Nationally.

    Qualification Requirements: Qualifications Requirements for this position can be found in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Operating Manual for Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions, which is available from any Federal Government Personnel Office and OPM website (http://www.opm.gov/qualifications/index.asp).

    Additional Information:

    • The work schedule is expected to be MaxiFlex.
    • Travel may occur; occasionally overnight travel can be necessary.
    • Transfer of Station benefits: Entitlements for payment of basic moving expenses are authorized for eligible applicants. Additional benefits are to be determined.
    • The announcement will be posted on the USAJOBS website www.usajobs.gov when available. You may call Brian at 715-373-2667 x5234 for additional information about the position.


    Apply By:11/9/2017


    Posted By: KBrasher

    GIS Instructor Colorado 8/3/2017 +
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    Categorized Under:

    Organization:Colorado State University

    Job Description:

    The Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University (CSU) invites applications for the position of Special Instructor. The position is full-time at the academic rank of Instructor (non-tenure track). The start date is January 1, 2018.

    The College is seeking a dynamic and committed instructor to deliver superior undergraduate education in GIS and remote sensing to our rapidly growing enrollment of undergraduate students. The special instructor will teach 6 to 7 courses per academic year. Initially the courses will primarily consist of junior (300-level) courses in GIS and Remote Sensing, with potential to teach and develop advanced courses.

    Initially the division of responsibilities for this position are 80% teaching and 20% service. This distribution may be altered to accommodate changes in college and university policies and goals. However, any changes must be approved by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and the Dean of the college, following discussion with the special instructor. This is a non-tenure track appointment on a three-year renewable contract. Position will be supervised by the College GIS Program Coordinator.

    To apply and view a full position announcement, please visit: http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/48177 by August 27, 2017.

    Questions concerning position contact: Search Committee Chair Michael Falkowski via email at falkow@colostate.edu


    Apply By:8/27/2017