KBR Project E: Natural Resources Manager (Contingency Hire) in Herndon, Virginia
Title: Project E: Natural Resources Manager (Contingency Hire)
Job Number: 1063885
KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
Natural Resources Manager
The Natural Resource Manager must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in natural resource management, environmental science, forestry, rangeland management or equivalent field. The Natural Resource Manager shall preform, but not limited to;
Ensure all land related activities comply with government regulations, including the Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan. Management responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Develop policies and procedures to manage environmental resources
Document agricultural and wildlife activities in accordance with federal and state regulations.
Maintain, draft, and update AFETA’s Wildlife Management Regulatory Handbook.
Maintain liaison with federal, state and local government natural resources and archaeological representatives.
Perform timber management/clearing in compliance with the Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan and the AFETA Forestry Management Plan
Oversee and implement the forestry, land, and wildlife management program execution and field work as directed by the Government.
Plan, recommend, inspect, and execute annual timber sales in coordination with the Government
Manage the planning and execution of agricultural planning’s, acreage mowing, and prescribed burning
Perform soil test in accordance with scientific standards
Collect, organize, and publish research data on Base game and non-game wildlife.
Implement and research projects in coordination with the Government; such as deer spotlight survey, quail call routes, mast and fisheries surveys.
Participate in endangered species coop meetings with federal and state agencies
Oversee the maintenance of deer stands and waterfowl blinds, including procurement in replacement items
Remove nuisance animals from occupied areas
Burn AFETA fields and under story in coordination with GTM
Initiate burn permits for controlled burns by notifying the Government Environmental Safety Officer and Fire Department, at least one week prior to burn event
Manage game tagging an animal carcass removal
Assist in the development and day to day operations of the annual hunting program
Oversee the protection and proper stewardship of Base wetland and threatened/endangered animals and plant specifies
Perform erosion and sedimentation inspections of construction sites
Prepare reports on fieldwork activities and accomplishments
Provide technical recommendations and consultations on Natural Resource issues
Coordinate planned agricultural and wildlife activities to limit impact on training or conference
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