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This position is located Winnemucca, NV. Information about the area can be found at the Winnemucca Chamber of Commerce website.
Physical Demands: The work requires physical exertion such as walking over rough or mountainous terrain, horseback and off-highway vehicle riding, recurring bending, crouching or stooping. Depending on the area and work priorities, the incumbent may be required to ride a mountain bike, raft, crawl around a cave, etc. During such occasions physical activity would be required using various forms of travel with exposure to mild, moderate or extreme terrain conditions.
Work Environment: Work is typically performed in an adequately lighted and climate controlled office. Occasional travel may be required. The position may be required to visit field sites where risks may include exposure to inclement weather and potential injury from falls, strains, bites, stings, etc. The incumbent will adhere to all safety rules and regulations as prescribed in manuals/supplements or designated by the Safety Officer.
Duties described below are at the full performance GS-11 grade level.
Oversee the planning and administration of a more complex recreation program to include: heritage tour resources, interpretive services, recreation special uses, National Conservation Areas, developed sites, and dispersed recreation.
Coordinate recreation program activities with other BLM District and Field Offices, as well as local governments, other Federal agencies, private organizations, and the general public.
Review, recommend, and implement changes to recreation program policies, standards, methods, controls, and procedures. Analyze and evaluate services, projects, programs, and/or functions of one or more Outdoor Recreation Programs.
Provide recommendations to local management concerning current and multi-year recreation program(s) budget funding and priorities to ensure recreation priorities are met.
Identify training needs and promote and implement an integrated training program to teach basic and complex skills of Outdoor Recreation Planning.
Occasional travel - Travel to field sites for work will occasionally be required.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…All U.S. Citizens – No previous Federal Service is required.
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