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These positions are located in Montana, Region 1, Northern Region.
This is a standard wildland fire management position description intended for use in the USDA Forest Service. The position is located on a wildland fire crew. These may be engine crews, hand crews, and/or prescribed fire crews.
- Make initial evaluation of fire situations, determines rate of spread, potential hazards to property and other improvements, suppression method to use, hose lays, deployment of crew, point of initial attack.
- Personally perform and direct others in starting pump engine, priming pump, adjusting engine speed and pump valves, laying hose, and using appropriate nozzles and nozzle adjustment in effective use of water and additives.
- Provide daily leadership, instructs crew members in specific tasks and techniques, distributes and controls work assignments among employees, and assures timely accomplishment of assigned tasks.
- Perform hazardous fuel reduction projects which entail thinning, cutting and piling vegetation through use of mechanical means, e.g. chainsaw, etc.
- Perform project work such as road and trail maintenance; inventory fuels beds, habitat improvement, burned area rehabilitation, miscellaneous equipment, facilities maintenance and other resources.
- Assist in the preparation of hazardous fuels treatment and burn plans.
- Participate in wildland fire safety training and techniques ensuring that all work is carried out safe
- Duties listed at full performance level.
Occasional travel - Occasional overnight travel may be required for fire suppression or fire related assignments.
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