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    This position is located in Southeast Regional Office, in the Inventory and Monitoring Division.

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    This is a permanent staff position for the National Park Service (NPS) Southeast Region natural resources Inventory and Monitoring (I&M) Division. The incumbent serves as the Inventory and Monitoring Program Manager for the Cumberland Piedmont Network, a group of parks with similar natural resources. The Cumberland Piedmont Network is responsible for implementing systematic long-term monitoring and assisting with natural resource inventories. The long-term monitoring focuses on ecological and management indicators of resource condition, called "Vital Signs," including cave bats, cave crickets, cave aquatic biota, forest vegetation, and water quality. The incumbent's duties consist of program management, long-term monitoring, data analysis, developing monitoring reports, and the implementation of resource monitoring activities in a broad range of specialized fields. These fields may include: botany, geology, chemistry, forest ecology, aquatic ecology, fisheries, wildlife, and ecosystem dynamics.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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