Design Engineer-Forest Road Structures, Civil Engineer 4 - WVDNR - Olympia, WA

Design Engineer-Forest Road Structures, Civil Engineer 4
Recruitment #2021-06-6356  |  This is a Full-time, Permanent, Represented position.

LINK TO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT

CLOSING DATE EXTENDED! The hiring authority reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time. It is in the applicant’s best interest to submit material as soon as possible.

Want to join something GREAT and make a difference?
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has an exciting opportunity within our Engineering and General Services Division. If you are interested in designing bridges, foundations and retaining walls in the woods then look closer at this job announcement. The DNR Forest Road Program has 865 bridges, 1,000 fish passage culverts and 14,000 miles of forest road that needs to be maintained and on occasion replaced.  As a Design Engineer, you will design projects and prepare plans and specifications for construction, manage consulting engineers and provide engineering direct supervision of other engineers within DNR to maintain our road system that provides a revenue stream to schools and counties, and provides access for public recreation on DNR managed lands. Plus, you will visit and work in some specular sites and work with some awesome people.
 
Working in the serenity of a forest you will be assigned the most complex and difficult forest road engineering projects. To be successful you will need to come with good skills in the design, construction and maintenance of bridges, culverts and retaining walls. Having good customer relationship and communication skills will be important, because there are 50 engineers in DNR who you will work with on projects as the lead design engineer and engineering mentor.
 
DUTIES:
Responsibilities:
Design bridge foundations such has pile and cap structures for steel and concrete bridges.

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Research Economist or Forester, USFS - Research Triangle Park, NC

Research Economist or Research Forester  -  Permanent Full-Time Position  GS-0110-12 or GS-0460-12

USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Forest Economics and Policy Research Work Unit, (Research Triangle Park, NC)

RESPOND BY:                 September 11, 2021

RESPOND TO:                 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  /  Dr. Jeffrey P. Prestemon, Project Leader, 919-549-4033

Full alert/outreach notice LINK

The Forest Economics and Policy Research Work Unit (SRS-4804) is recruiting a permanent Research Economist or Research Forester.  The position will be hired at the GS-12 grade (salary range $80,522/yr to $104,683/yr), including standard Federal benefits. The duty station is the Forestry Sciences Laboratory, in Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina.

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Forestry Technician, USFS - Auburn AL, and Ashville, NC

 The USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station’s Restoring and Managing Longleaf Pine Ecosystems RWU and USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station’s Upland Hardwood Ecology and Management RWU each anticipate hiring 1 GS-0462-6/7 Forestry Technician. Duty stations are Auburn, AL and Asheville, NC, respectively. Final grade will be determined by candidates’ qualifications.

If you are interested in one or both of the positions, please see the attached outreach notice and respond in the outreach database (https://fsoutreach.gdcii.com/?id=D4320425115A44DC8A9E1EFE371AD775) by COB 9/4/2021.

If you have questions, please contact Susan Loeb (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 864-640-2569) if you are interested in the position in Asheville, NC or Don Bragg (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 870 308-0134) if you are interested in the position in Auburn, AL.


Susan Loeb, PhD, Research Ecologist and Project Leader
Southern Research Station, Upland Hardwood Ecology and Management Research Unit
p: 864-656-4865
c: 864-640-2569
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233 Lehotsky Hall, Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634
www.fs.fed.us

Research Ecologist, USFS - Pineville, LA

The USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station's Insects, Diseases and Invasive Plants research work unit anticipates hiring a GS-0408-12/13 Research Ecologist (Invasive Plants; final grade determined by candidate's qualifications).

If you are interested in this position please see the attached outreach announcement, and respond in the outreach database by COB August 19, 2021.

Additional InformationPlease contact James T. Vogt, Program Manager, Southern Research Station, Insects, Diseases, and Invasive Plants at 865-978-0664 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if you have any questions regarding this position.

How to Respond:  Please respond directly within the outreach database at https://fsoutreach.gdcii.com/?id=8C168D5DA47A4D059E9DFB74266E31EC . Once the position is advertised, all responders who provide an email address will automatically receive the link to this position at www.usajobs.gov.

Post Doctoral Scholar - US Forest Service, Auburn AL

The Forest Operations Unit in the USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station is seeking a Post-Doctoral Scholar to investigate forest products supply chain alternatives related to harvesting and transportation across the Southern US. 

The appointment will be located in Auburn, Alabama and the duration is 14 months. The opportunity provides a stipend and benefits. The details are provided at https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/USDA-USFS-2021-0149. Please contact Mathew Smidt (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 334-703-7080) for further information. Information about the Forest Operations Unit can be found at https://srs.fs.usda.gov/forestops/.