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State Rangeland Resource Coordinator State of Montana - Helena, MT. As part of a team that delivers technical and financial services for locally-led conservation efforts, this position works with the Rangeland Resources Executive Committee to implement the Rangeland Resources Act, which emphasizes the importance of sound management of the stateís rangeland resources. The Act recognizes the importance of livestock, forage, wildlife habitat, high-quality water production, pollution control, erosion control, recreation, and the natural beauty of rangelands and promotes cooperation and coordination of range management activities between persons and organizations involved in range management.

AmeriCorps Program Development Specialist State of Montana - Helena, MT. The position will assist in the administration of an AmeriCorps grant used to advance the initiatives of the state park system and the Corporation for National Community Service. The incumbent in this position will play a key role in managing the AmeriCorps program through the implementation of polices, guidelines and standards providing day to day program management and oversight and assisting in strengthening program framework which supports the Parks Division interpretive services, volunteer services and park land improvement efforts.

Land Use Specialist, State of Montana - Miles City, MT. The ELO, Land Use Specialist is responsible for assigned departmental programs, property, and field activities. Conducts annual field evaluations on 150 tracts of expiring state land leases per year, providing comprehensive descriptions of each tract including: classification in regard to its highest and best use, improvements and developments, mineral activity, recreation potential, cultural sites, determines overall resource health and condition, current or potential secondary/special uses, problem areas regarding tract management and unauthorized uses.

Assistant/Associate Professor of Fire Ecology, College of Forestry and Conservation University of Montana - Missoula, MT College of Forestry and Conservation University of Montana seeks applications for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Fire Ecology. The Department desires an individual who will develop an externally-funded research program that addresses basic and applied ecological questions in fire-affected ecosystems and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in fire science. The successful candidate will mentor and advise undergraduate students in the Fire Science Minor and Ecological Restoration Major (BS), and graduate students in the Systems Ecology (M.S., Ph.D.), Forestry (M.S., Ph.D.), and/or Resource Conservation (M.S.) programs. A Ph.D. in ecology or a related field is required.