Supports program managers and leadership to advance priority work, build capacity, and foster cross-program, interdisciplinary collaboration.
• Helps plan and implement Inflation Reduction Law and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law projects alongside agency staff and partners.
• Provides grants and agreements support to program managers and grants management specialists, including application development, project monitoring, and reporting requirements.
• Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with government agencies, universities, nonprofit organizations, and other partners.
• Collects, incorporates, and shares relevant science and research to inform program priorities and activities.
• Helps advance agency and Justice40 priorities to build more diverse, inclusive, and equitable programming.
Region(s) Duty Station(s) Telework Eligibility Regional UCF Program Manager and Point of Contact
Northern (R1) & Intermountain (R4) Regions Location negotiable within the states of ND, MT, ID, UT, NV Telework eligible Amanda Egan firstname.lastname@example.org
Rocky Mountain Region (R2) Location negotiable within the states of CO, KS, NE, SD, WY Telework eligible Sherry Fountain email@example.com
Southwestern Region (R3) Albuquerque, NM Telework eligible Laura Moser firstname.lastname@example.org
Pacific Southwest Region (R5) Location negotiable within CA Telework eligible Miranda Hutten email@example.com
Pacific Northwest (R6) and Alaska (R10) Regions Location negotiable within the states of OR, WA, AK Telework eligible Stephen Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern Region (R9) Location negotiable within Region Telework eligible Jill Johnson email@example.com
If you are interested, please email the attached Outreach Response Form and your resume by February 3, 2023, to the Urban & Community Forestry Program Manager/point of contact in the Region where you interested. If you are interested in more than one Region, please include all relevant Regional points of contact on your email. Replies received before February 3, 2023 are most helpful, but outreach responses will be accepted until the vacancies are advertised.
If these positions are not filled non-competitively, a Vacancy Announcement will be posted in USAJOBS. Individuals wishing to apply must first create an on-line profile in USAJOBS and upload a customized resume to ensure proper documentation of duties and accomplishments that are directly related to this position. You can create a search in USA Jobs that will notify you jobs are posted. Tips on writing a Federal resume and applying for Federal jobs can be found on the USAJOBS YouTube Channel or the U.S. Forest Service website.
Link to Outreach Notice: https://apps.fs.usda.gov/hrm/outreach/Outreach?id=54FAE0C599D646CFA01F4A5E4F146184
Urban and Community Forestry Program The Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry Program provides technical, financial, research and educational assistance to local government, non-profit organizations, community groups, educational institutions, and tribal governments, with the aim of enhancing and conserving community forest ecosystems and numerous associated benefits, both environmental and social. More information about the Urban and Community Forestry Program and links to regional websites can be found here.
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