Aquatic Land Manager, Property and Acquisition Specialist 3 (PAS3)

Washington Department of Natural Resources

Sedro-Woolley, Washington

Job Type Permanent
Salary Details $58,380.00 - $78,468.00 Annually
Deadline Jul 29, 2024

Aquatic Land Manager, Property and Acquisition Specialist 3 (PAS3)
Recruitment #2024-7-7051
Full-time, Permanent, Represented position
Location: Northwest Region-Sedro Woolley, WAWork Hour schedule and Partial Telework flexibility may be available and considered
Salary: $4,865.00 - $6,539.00 Monthly 

Review of applications is ongoing. We reserve the right to make a hiring decision or close this recruitment at any time after 7/17/24. It is in your best interest to submit materials as soon as possible.

(See official listing for full details.)

You will be entrusted with an array of responsibilities including the following:

  • Negotiating and preparing aquatic land use authorizations (including leases, licenses, and/or easements).
  • Ensuring compliance with contract terms, performing site inspections, and resolving unauthorized uses of SOAL.
  • Developing and maintaining effective intergovernmental relationships.
  • Providing information regarding department laws, policies, and guidance to the public and to other government entities pertaining to the management of SOAL.
  • Reviewing and commenting on project designs and regulatory permits.
  • Incorporating appropriate environmental conservation measures into use authorizations by working closely with the district Habitat Stewardship Specialist.
  • Evaluating land ownership. This may include completing historical record searches related to past authorizations and ownership of SOAL.

Required Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree and two years of experience in natural resource management, real estate, forestry, science, engineering, land use or environmental planning, business, or other relevant field;
    OR a combination of education and/or equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge of contract, business, or property management.
  • Knowledge of interpreting and implementing guidelines, regulations, and laws.
  • Knowledge of working with natural resource management/environmental protection issues.
  • Demonstrated commitment to fostering and supporting an environment that honors diversity, equity, inclusion, and environmental justice practices.
  • Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with applicable laws, regulations and public records retention and requests are followed.
  • Ability to manage multiple complex tasks, set workload priorities, and complete tasks on time.
  • Ability to provide good customer service.
  • Ability to speak and write clearly and succinctly and use typical office software.
  • Ability to collaborate on internal and external issues in an active, respectful, cooperative, and professional manner.
  • Ability to negotiate contentious issues in a respectful, responsive, and informed manner.

View a complete position description with full application instructions at careers.wa.gov

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Category General / Stewardship