Inyo National Forest
Mammoth Ranger District, Mammoth Lakes, CA
Forester Position for the Inyo National Forest Vegetation Management Team
Apply NOW for a Full-time Permanent Position
Apply by August 20, 2020 See attached position description for duties.
Vacancy announcement for Forester, GS-0460-07/09 position, is open 08/06/20 and set to close 08/20/20. The vacancy announcement number is 20-0504-10878388-G-GVS (Merit Promotion) and 20-0504-10880149-DP-GVS (Demo).
The position is located on the Inyo National Forest in Mammoth Lakes, CA.
The incumbent performs presale and sale administration duties in the timber management program.
For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Scott Kusumoto at email@example.com or 760-924-5522 or 760-920-3589
Applicants may apply electronically through USA Jobs at www.usajobs.gov. Applicants should review the announcement carefully and ensure that their application is complete and all required documents filed on or before the closing date of 08/20/20. You may access the vacancy announcements at the following links:
Come work and enjoy one of the most beautiful areas of the world – the Eastern Sierra of California on the Inyo National Forest. We have:
• One of the oldest lakes in North America Mono Lake – Mono Lake Ranger District
• Artemia monica, the variety commonly known as Mono Lake brine shrimp –Mono Lake Ranger District
• One of the largest breeding colonies of California Gulls in the world –Mono Lake Ranger District
• Largest Jeffery Pine forest in the world –Mammoth Ranger District
• One of the most striking mountain features in the Sierra Nevada – “Minarets” – Mammoth Ranger District
• Access to Devil’s Postpile a unique geological feature – Mammoth Ranger District
• Mammoth Lakes Basin
• 14 of the 15 highest peaks the California “Fourteeners” are on the forest or the Pacific Crest of the Inyo National Forest.
• The oldest trees in the world – Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest – White Mountain Ranger District
• Palisade Glacier – the largest of 60 glaciers in the Sierra Nevada – White Mountain Ranger District
• The highest point in the continental US – Mount Whitney 14,505’– Mount Whitney Ranger District
• Gateway to the lowest point in the continental US – Badwater, Death Valley -282’ below sea level–Mount Whitney Ranger District
For more information about the Inyo NF, you can click on the following link. http://www.fs.usda.gov/main/inyo/about-forest