Fire Management Planning Specialist

US Forest Service

McCall, Idaho

Job Type Permanent
Salary Details $62,236 to $80,912 per year
Deadline Dec 12, 2019

Responsibilities

  • Provides program leadership and consultation for short and long term strategic fire management planning, assessments, and interagency and/or unit fire management plans.
  • Assists with coordination and review of plans developed in the region to ensure that they reflect national, regional, and local management goals, requirements, and strategic objectives related to fire and aviation management
  • Provides technical expertise in strategic and local fire planning analysis systems, models, and decision support systems.
  • Provide coordination and direction in formulation of standards, methods, and guidelines for complex interagency and/or national forest and grasslands fire management programs.
  • Assist in development of resource and functional programs such as formulation of local policies, objectives, and priorities.
  • Evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of fire and aviation management programs through periodic on-the-ground inspections or visits to field units.
  • Inspect compliance with established policies, standards, program objectives, and emphases. Participate in functional reviews and annual readiness inspections
  • Provides wildland fire planning technical support and coordination to fire management officers, land or resource management staffs, and planners throughout the region/area.
  • Provides input to the development of plans and agreements, and works closely with counterparts from other federal, state, or local partner agencies.
  • Provides input to budget development and coordinates the annual reporting of the program accomplishments.

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