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New Mexico Forest Entomologist and Forest Health Program Coordinator

Job Title: Forest Health Program Manager (EMNRD Position #59953)

Closing Date/Time: Friday 9/15/2017 11:59 PM Mountain Time

Salary: $31,782.00 – $55,307.00 Annually

Job Type: Permanent Position

Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Purpose of Position

Forest Health Specialist and Forest Entomology Program Manager:

The purpose of this position is managing the Forestry Division’s Cooperative Lands Forest Health Management Program. The position will conduct activities that assess and detect, prevent and suppress forest pest infestations and disease conditions on state and private forestlands in New Mexico. This position provides leadership, guidance, direct technical assistance, and other services to State and private land managers and landowners. This position is a critical first line of defense in regard to identifying unhealthy forests stands and watersheds, which left untreated, are very susceptible to wildland fire. This position gathers this data by discovery, identification and reporting of damaging pests. Discovery is accomplished by surveillance and/or planned surveys. This position is responsible for the annual forest insect and disease condition report and aerial survey maps which will be submitted to the U.S. Forest Service in September of each year. Approximately 10,000 acres of State and private forestlands are planned for ground survey annually. Systematic detection surveys of forestlands are conducted to augment discovery of pest problems obtained by field surveillance. Areas to be surveyed will be prioritized by coordinating with the U.S. Forest Service. Problem areas detected in aerial survey will be ground checked wherever appropriate. In total, approximately 1,400,000 acres per year need to be surveyed aerially.

 Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Forestry, Range Management, Forest Management, Natural Resources, Wildlife Science, Fire Science or Ecology and three (3) years of experience in Forest health and Entomology, Forest Management, Natural Resources, Wildlife Science, Fire Science and/or Ecology. Any combination of education from an accredited college or university in a related field and/or direct experience in this occupation totaling seven (7) years may substitute for the required education and experience.

Agency Contact Information:
Andrew Frederick, (505) 476-3343 or at andrewg.frederick@state.nm.us

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