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    This position is located on the Stanislaus National Forest - Groveland Ranger District - Groveland, CA.

    This position has responsibility for the development of annual work plans and the execution and administration of short range plans relating to recreation, lands, trails, special uses, and minerals activities.

    For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Jose Hernandez at 209-732-8121 or email at jose.l.hernandez@usda.gov

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    • Maintain unit information to monitor recreation resources program activities through the use of applicable databases.
    • Gather relevant information for cost projections of recreation facilities and related maintenance and operation.
    • Collect and/or evaluate resource data using current policy and guidelines to make accurate decisions.
    • Communicate program information to the public regarding the agency?s management practices, rules, and regulations relating to all developed recreation areas.
    • Negotiate with private landowners and/or mining claimants to secure rights-of-ways deeds or easements.
    • Report all known violations of law or regulations to proper authorities.
    • Develop and/or administer annual work plans for recreation, lands, trails and special uses.
    • Implement recreation plan objectives and inspect recreation uses, administration of special authorizations and concessionaire operations.
    • Ensure compliance of all developed recreation areas with federal laws and report violations with the assistance of local law enforcement agencies.
    • Conduct surveys and studies of existing dispersed and developed recreation facilities and their present use and demand.
    • Recommend and prioritize potential sites for maintenance, reconstruction, repurposing or closure based on studies and/or data.
    • Monitor maintenance, reconstruction, repurposing or closure of recreation trails, parking areas, trailhead facilities, campgrounds, picnic areas, parking areas and access roads to meet agency needs.
    • Develop environmental documents and impact statements on proposed programs (e.g. recreational sites, wilderness, trails, or off highway vehicles, etc.) in accordance with National Environmental Policy Act.
    • Communicate program information to the public on agency off highway vehicle practices, rules and regulations.
    • Demonstrate a commitment to fostering and promoting an equitable, inclusive, and safe work environment.
    • Plan the work to be accomplished by assigning work to employees and establishing production or quality standards for the unit?s work.
    • Establish and communicate guidelines and performance requirements to employees including conducting formal performance reviews and identifying developmental and training needs of employees

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/599977300. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.