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Old 07-12-2019, 08:10 AM
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Default 3 GS-11 Biologist positions Yosemite NP open July 15

Three career seasonal (permanent less-than-full-time) Biologist positions in Yosemite's Branch of Vegetation and Ecological Restoration will open in USA Jobs on Monday, July 15.

Position: Biologist GS-0401-11 (three vacancies)
Open Period: Monday, July 15, 2019 to Monday, July 22, 2019 OR when 50 applications have been received
Appointment Type: permanent - career seasonal positions with anticipated non-pay/non-duty time of up to 10 weeks
Who May Apply: the public
Announcement Number: PW-1548-YOSE-19-10547540-DE
Link to Posting: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/539168900

These positions are the following:

Biologist (Frontcountry Ecological Restoration): This position serves as the program manager for the frontcountry ecological restoration program. The incumbent will develop, prioritize, and secure funding for a long-term program of work restoring wetland, riparian, oak woodland, and forest ecosystems, with a focus on actions in Yosemite Valley described in the Merced Wild and Scenic River Plan.

Biologist (Wilderness Ecological Restoration): This position serves as the program manager for the wilderness ecological restoration program. The incumbent will develop, prioritize, and secure funding for a long-term program of work restoring wetland, riparian, and alpine/subalpine wilderness ecosystems, with additional focus on actions in Tuolumne Meadows described in the Tuolumne Wild and Scenic River Plan.

Biologist (Plant Ecology): This position serves as the program manager for the plant ecology program and is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating a wide variety of vegetation monitoring and management programs. Primary functions include: (1) provide subject matter expertise in local flora, local plant communities, ecosystem function and impacts, climate change effects on flora, and other scientific input to inform management decisions, (2) manage revegetation program to mitigate impacts of roads and construction projects, (3) inventory and monitor vegetation, including plants of conservation concern and plant communities of interest, and (4) coordinate the Stock Use and Meadow Monitoring program.
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