From our partners at the National Park Service:
Department of the Interior
National Park Service
Natural Resource Stewardship and Science Division within the Midwest Regional Office
The position leads efforts of three inventory and monitoring networks, and the subject matter experts associated with those programs. The position works with partners including the national inventory and monitoring program, other federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, and universities in an effort to better understand and adaptively manage ecological, and biophysical resources in context to park management needs. Conducts cross program coordination and science communication. The incumbent is responsible for inventory and monitoring, natural resource program management and operational responsibilities assigned by the Natural Resources Associate Regional Director and coordinating with Inventory and Monitoring Networks, the national Inventory and Monitoring Division, universities, non-governmental agencies, Superintendents, and Park Managers, for integrated natural resource support of the Region and its parks. The incumbent’s major duties include development of status and trend reports, technical analysis of study results and research, educational and technical assistance programs based on interdisciplinary, multi-scale, systems-oriented approaches to engage and benefit parks and park management decisions.
The incumbent must report to work in one of the offices and locations listed below. The position is Telework Eligible, but this position is not considered a REMOTE duty station, working from home on a full-time basis. The duty stations for these positions are Negotiable After Selection. The incumbent may negotiate their duty station from any the following locations:
Rapid City, SD
Salary will vary depending on location.
For more information, including requirements and qualifications, and to apply, visit the official posting on USAJOBS.