Supervisory Fire Management Specialist (Fire Management Officer (Fuels, Mitigation & Prevention))

Full Time | Moreno Valley, CALIFORNIA | 4 days | Deadline: 01 Oct 2020

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Explore a new career with the BLM - where our people are our greatest natural resource.
This position is located in Moreno Valley, CA. Information abou the surrounding area can be found here: Moreno Valley Chamber of Commerce

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Responsibilities
  • Serves as mentor, consultant, coach, and supporter with employees in collectively solving problems and carrying out the organizational goals.
  • Plans, adjusts, and schedules work by setting priorities to ensure timely completion of assigned tasks.
  • Identifies and meets training and development needs of employees. May participate in Task Book evaluations.
  • Provides oversight in safety, career development, fiscal and cost management, leave requests, diversity in hiring, EEO, drug free workplace, timekeeping, overtime usage, etc.
  • Performs personnel management functions adhering to Merit Systems Principles.
  • Develops annual and long-term programming and budgeting within allocations.
  • Designs, directs, reviews, and evaluates plans and activities to ensure both Fire and Fuels Management and other ecological land management objectives are met.
  • Serves on local/regional interagency committees and partnerships that support fuels management and vegetative treatments.
  • Serves as consultant and authoritative expert to District and Field Managers and other decision makers on the use of Fuels Management techniques in achieving fire management objectives.
  • Develops local fire management plans for contingency, prescribed burning, smoke management and Fuels Management,
  • Works with managers and professional staffs to ensure integration of fire and ecosystem dynamic principles and the use of fire in resource management programs to meet the goals and objectives for the desired future vegetative conditions.
  • Responsible for collaboration with the District and state office staff to analyze and coordinate program guidance.
  • Oversees and implements the contracting and procurement to accomplish District Fuels Management goals.
  • Assists in the development of new contracts and agreements along with modifications to such and serving on a Technical Proposal Evaluation Committee (TPEC).

Travel Required

25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position during peak fire season.


Supervisory status

Yes


Promotion Potential

11



  • Serves as mentor, consultant, coach, and supporter with employees in collectively solving problems and carrying out the organizational goals.
  • Plans, adjusts, and schedules work by setting priorities to ensure timely completion of assigned tasks.
  • Identifies and meets training and development needs of employees. May participate in Task Book evaluations.
  • Provides oversight in safety, career development, fiscal and cost management, leave requests, diversity in hiring, EEO, drug free workplace, timekeeping, overtime usage, etc.
  • Performs personnel management functions adhering to Merit Systems Principles.
  • Develops annual and long-term programming and budgeting within allocations.
  • Designs, directs, reviews, and evaluates plans and activities to ensure both Fire and Fuels Management and other ecological land management objectives are met.
  • Serves on local/regional interagency committees and partnerships that support fuels management and vegetative treatments.
  • Serves as consultant and authoritative expert to District and Field Managers and other decision makers on the use of Fuels Management techniques in achieving fire management objectives.
  • Develops local fire management plans for contingency, prescribed burning, smoke management and Fuels Management,
  • Works with managers and professional staffs to ensure integration of fire and ecosystem dynamic principles and the use of fire in resource management programs to meet the goals and objectives for the desired future vegetative conditions.
  • Responsible for collaboration with the District and state office staff to analyze and coordinate program guidance.
  • Oversees and implements the contracting and procurement to accomplish District Fuels Management goals.
  • Assists in the development of new contracts and agreements along with modifications to such and serving on a Technical Proposal Evaluation Committee (TPEC).

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