Job Type Permanent
Salary Details $47,899 to $68,777 per year
Deadline Sep 10, 2020


  • Responsibilities listed below are at the full performance level.
  • Performs all phases of permit administration from acceptance of a permit for processing, completion of required NEPA, permit preparation, correspondence, billing, routine inspections, and resolution of non-compliance issues.
  • Processes special use permits (land use, recreation, and non-recreation), including Granger-Thye permits, making certain the use to be made of the land is compatible with Forest Service programs and objectives.
  • Prepares special use permits in final form for supervisor’s review.
  • Responsible for internal coordination and review of permits and other lands and recreation proposals.
  • Prepares or assists in the preparation of the environmental analysis report (Categorical exclusion, EA, or environmental impact statement), for a variety of interdisciplinary functions.
  • Develops and executes comprehensive district recreation, lands work and budget plans to gain optimum work performance in accordance with District and Forest policies, programs and budgets.
  • Exercises functional program control through inspections to assure fulfillment of permit terms, as well as recreation and lands demands and determines technical and administrative assistance as needed.
  • Corrects deficiencies when found and keeps District Resource Officer informed.
  • Participates with District Resource Officers in the review, appraisal and current analysis of the district recreation and lands resources.
  • Directly involved in the decision making and planning process and provides direction to the special uses program.
  • Makes periodic inspections of applicable construction projects to determine if changes are needed or other action is necessary.

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