Management and Program Analyst GS-0343-7/9 Reply by January 05, 2015
We anticipate filling a full-time permanent Management & Program Analyst position at the Portland Forestry Sciences Laboratory located in Portland, Oregon. The Resource Monitoring and Assessment (RMA) program is responsible for providing timely and consistent resource inventory science to a broad user community. Our 100+ person staff includes scientists, analysts, data collection crews, information management specialists, and administrative and leadership staff. We work within a national inventory program (Forest Inventory and Analysis), and work closely with scientists, and administrative leaders in the Pacific Northwest Research Station.
Research Wildlife Biologist GS-0486-12 Please Reply by December 31, 2014
We are preparing to fill a permanent, full-time (PFT) position in Olympia, Washington. The full performance level of this Research Wildlife Biologist is GS-0486-12. A Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology or a related field is required. This position is in the Pacific Northwest Research Station and resides in the Ecological Processes and Function Program. The incumbent will be responsible for overseeing a large research program on spotted owls and barred owls, as well as studies of spotted owl habitat use and prey ecology. Scientists in the Ecological Process and Function Program advance and communicate knowledge of fundamental ecological processes and their interaction at multiple scales, and to develop applications of such knowledge that enable improved management of ecosystems and resources. The information provided is fundamental to our ability to build biophysical, ecosystem, population, and habitat models that project the effects of management decisions on natural systems and the ecosystem services they provide now and in the future.
GS-0301-09/11 Reply by December 16, 2014
PNW Research Station is seeking an exceptional employee for a permanent position as a GS-0301-09/11 Program Specialist who will serve as a Cultural Transformation and Partnership Specialist for the Pacific Northwest Research Station with direct responsibility to the AD for Operations. The specialist is a primary advisor/counselor to the line officer and is an integral advisor to the Station Leadership Team.
Research Wildlife Biologist (postdoc) GS-0486-11 Reply by December 15, 2014
We are preparing to fill a temporary post-doctoral research position in Olympia, WA. The full performance level of this Research Wildlife Biologist is GS-0486-11. A Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology or a related field is required.
This position is in the Pacific Northwest Research Station and resides in the Wildlife Ecology Team within the Ecological Processes and Function Program. The incumbent will be responsible for analyzing existing data on distribution and abundance of the marbled murrelet and other seabirds, and initiating new research to investigate ecology and habitat relationships of the murrelet and other birds of conservation concern in the Northwest.
Supervisory Biological Scientist GS-0401-13 Reply by December 12, 2014
We anticipate filling a full-time permanent team leader position at the Portland Forestry Sciences Laboratory located in Portland, OR.
This position is the leader of the Inventory Reporting and Mapping team in the Resource Monitoring and Assessment program, and part of the local Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) work unit. The position serves as a member of the program’s management team. The incumbent will interact and collaborate with other reporting team leaders and personnel in the national FIA program, working across functional areas. The position supervises a group of 9 - 10 employees performing work at the GS-5 through GS-12 levels that are based in Portland, Oregon.
GS-0462-05/06 Reply by December 8, 2014
The PNW Research Station, Portland Forestry Sciences Lab, anticipates filling at least 3 positions as field data collection crew members with the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program. Salary is dependent on location and grade. One position will be based in each of the following locations: Twisp Washington, Portland Oregon, and Bend Oregon (three of 16 FIA satellite duty stations). Additional vacancies in other satellite duty stations may be filled based on changes in current workforce. Please indicate ALL duty stations of interest on the outreach response form.