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    This position is located on the Inyo National Forest in Bishop, CA..

    Serve as Recreation Program Manager responsible for strategic planning; program and budget development; and coordination of all aspects of recreation management, including developed and dispersed recreation, wilderness, wild and scenic rivers, trails, special uses, and related programs.

    For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Adam Barnett at adam.barnett@usda.gov.

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    • Incumbent provides supervision less than 20% of the time.
    • Develop recreation program budgets and annual programs of work to carry out the objectives of the local unit as identified in the unit plan.
    • Review ranger district recreation programs to ensure compliance with forest direction and all other applicable laws, regulations, and policies.
    • Collect data, analyze program needs, and recommend action to maintain a balanced budget for the forest?s recreation function and ensure forest plan objectives are met.
    • Develop proposals for new projects, or proposed revisions of existing plans or activities.
    • Develop long and short-range plans for forest recreation management activities.
    • Evaluate effectiveness of the unit recreation program for the forest land and resources management planning effort.
    • Formulate policies, objectives, and standards for the forest recreation programs.
    • Analyze interrelated issues that affect the accomplishment of overall program goals.
    • Maintain contacts with professional organizations and other stakeholders interested in recreation or lands management to keep abreast of new techniques, procedures, and methods.
    • Participate with other federal, state, and local agencies, private organizations, and other entities to promote and improve partnerships.
    • Communicate effectively to groups or individuals such as managers and specialist at various levels of the Unit; to obtain compliance with land management plans.
    • Communicate wilderness, trails, and special uses program information to inform the public of the Unit management rules and regulations.
    • Participate in decisions for the unit?s interdisciplinary management team.
    • 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.
    • Perform administrative and human resources management functions for the unit such as providing advice, counsel, or instruction on both administrative and work matters.
    • Demonstrate a commitment to fostering and promoting an equitable, inclusive, and safe work environment.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel for training and/or meetings. Also, project related work.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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