The Recent Graduates Program affords developmental experiences in the Federal Government intended to promote possible careers in the civil service to individuals who have recently graduated from qualifying educational institutions or programs. Current students who are scheduled to graduate within nine months may also apply to these positions. However, these students cannot be appointed until after graduation and the official degree has been awarded and conferred.
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- Participates as a member of interdisciplinary teams working on land management planning, emergency burn rehabilitation, or other Forest projects.
- Prepares and carries out water quality monitoring programs, including preparation of plans, collection and analysis of samples, and interpretation of data.
- Prepares environmental analysis reports for restoration projects being considered for implementation.
- Prepares reports of findings for assigned parts of interpretive studies summarizing the results of hydrologic investigations.
- Collects, analyzes, and interprets watershed data for input to environmental reports.
- Conducts water resource inventories following established procedures to assemble data bases required to support management programs and Forest planning.
- The incumbent makes frequent contacts with other watershed professionals and professionals in other disciplines and occasional contacts with State and Federal agencies, permittees, and cooperators.
- Contacts are made to exchange information with other specialists on interdisciplinary teams, to resolve problems, and to test theories and method concepts against peer groups concepts and procedures.
- Collects and analyzes hydrologic data relating to one or more of the three disciplinary fields (ground-water, surface-water, quality-water), determining apparent reasons for data anomalies, and correlating the factors that affect the information.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.