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Minimum Qualifications A bachelor's or higher degree in anthropology, applied land ethics, aquatic and fisheries science, architecture, biochemistry; biodiversity, conservation and policy; biology, civil engineering, climate and society, coastal ecology, coastal engineering, coastal environmental management, coastal geology, coastal management, coastal processes, coastal resources management, coastal zone management, communications, community development, community planning, conservation biology, earth science, ecohydrology, ecology, economic development, economics, ecosystem management, energy policy and climate, engineering management, engineering science in water waste and environmental engineering, environmental administration, environmental affairs, environmental biology, environmental education and interpretation, environmental engineering, environmental health, environmental leadership, environmental management, environmental planning, environmental policy, environmental science, environmental science and policy, environmental studies, fisheries biology, forest ecology, forest health, forest science, forestry, geographic information systems, geography, geology, geomorphology, human dimensions of the environment, human ecology, hydrology, hydrology and water resources science, land use economics, land use planning, landscape architecture, limnology, marine biology, marine ecology, marine science, natural resources, natural resources management, ocean and coastal resources, oceanography, physical oceanography, public administration, public policy, real estate development, regional planning, sustainability planning, sustainable development, sustainable energy management, sustainable environmental systems, urban forestry, urban placemaking and management, urban planning, water resource management, water resources and environmental engineering, watershed hydrology, watershed management, wildlife biology, wildlife science, or zoology; AND two years of professional experience with responsibility for developing and implementing plans and projects that protect, restore and/or develop land, water and/or other resources in coastal areas or other waterfront locations.
The incumbent of the position will be required to take a written examination for Coastal Resources Specialist 1, A PCO Select Job Title; fill out and submit the PCO Questionnaire; and be reachable for appointment from the newly established eligible list.
Duties Description The Coastal Resources Specialist 1 (CRS1) will work within either the Consistency, Local Waterfront Revitalization, or Climate Change and Resiliency Units. As a CRS1, you may:
• assist in the development, review, and implementation of plans and projects that protect, restore and/or develop land, water and/or other resources in coastal areas or other waterfront locations;
• review planning and construction projects undertaken by waterfront communities and local organizations to advance economic development and protection natural resources for the purpose of improving community revitalization and resilience;
• within established guidelines manage grant project/contracts and provide guidance and technical assistance to various grantees;
• guide development, through the review of projects and activities that require federal actions, by evaluating potential impacts and making recommendations to higher level staff regarding the projects’ consistency with the Coastal Management Program, while ensuring that pertinent statutory, regulatory, and programmatic requirements are met.
In addition, the CRS1 may conduct research and provide guidance on sustainable and resilient solutions for waterfront communities facing extreme events, such as flooding, and communicate technical information for non-technical audiences accurately and effectively. The Coastal Resource Specialist 1 may represent the Office for various inter-agency and local working groups.
Additional Comments The incumbent of the position will be required to take a written examination for Coastal Resources Specialist 1, a PCO Select Job Title; fill out and submit the PCO Questionnaire; and be reachable for appointment from the newly established eligible list.
Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity.
99 Washington Avenue, Suite 1150