Prescott, Leah lprescott at blm.gov
Tue Oct 23 08:46:24 CDT 2018

USDA Forest Service, BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST on the Eldorado National Forest,
duty location(s) Camino, CA.

*Deadline: 11/05/2018

*Overview: Provides managerial assistance for a complete array of seed
extractor, seed laboratory, and seed storage functions. Provides technical
assistance to nurseries and other users of seed throughout the western
United States. Performs seed orchard or nursery work such as digging
drainage ditches, controlling weeds both chemically and manually, pruning
and removing trees, replanting and identifying new stock, installing and
operating irrigation systems, and protecting trees from insect and animal
damage. Plans the receipt, unloading, and storage of all seed lots; as well
as plans and directs proper storage procedures to prevent seed spoilage.
Monitors seed moisture content to assure correct levels before seed is put
in cold storage and directs seed drying when necessary. Administers storage
of seed by seed lot and maintains seed inventory and records. Oversees
periodic physical inventories of seed stores and assures that seed record
inventory and physical inventory is reconcilable at all times.


*Location: This position is located on the Eldorado National Forest, duty
location(s) Camino, CA.

*Compensation: GS-0401, 07/09 $44,767 to $54,760 per year

*Who may apply: This job is open to the public, U.S. citizens, nationals or
those who owe allegiance to the U.S.

For additional information about the duties of this position, please
contact Gary Cline at 530-642-5025 and gcline at fs.fed.us.

See the full announcement:

Leah Prescott
Bureau of Land Management
Plant Conservation & Restoration Program
Data Coordinator

National Seed Strategy for Rehabilitation and Restoration
Plant Conservation Alliance <http://www.plantconservationalliance.org/>
Seeds of Success
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