Company Name: Bureau of Land Management
Website: https://jobs.mgsapps.monster.com/blm/vacancy/viewVacancyDetail!execute.hms?orgId=3&jnum=111659

Title: Hydrologist
Location: Tillamook, OR
Description:
GS-09: This position serves as a Hydrologist in a Bureau of Land Management District or Field Office responsible for the collection, analysis, and evaluation of surface and ground water quality and quantity data associated with the functioning of the hydrologic cycle. Major duties include, but are not limited to, the following: Planning and coordinating projects involving the analysis and evaluation of flow and transport of sediment or pollutants in stream channels and ground water; providing technical advice on water rights applications and claims; reviewing flood forecasts and applying standard flood forecasting procedures and determining short-term flood risks; and serving on interdisciplinary teams to provide information on hydrologic and water behavior data.

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Company Name: The Great Basin Institute
Title: Mountain-Bike Trail Environmental Assessment Associate
Location: Caliente, NV

Description:
The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ely District, Caliente Field Office (FO), is recruiting a qualified individual to generate an environmental assessment (EA) for a proposed mountain-bike trail in Lincoln County, NV. Completion of the EA process and document is necessary prior to construction of mountain-bike trails, which are intended to enhance outdoor recreation opportunities, connect residents and visitors with public-land resources, and support the local economy. The EA Associate will work closely with Caliente FO staff and management to ensure creation of a defensible document, which, upon completion, will inform BLM management decisions.
Duties will include:
– Assist with analysis of mountain-bike trails using BLM-supplied trail designs, drawings and maps;
– Meet with Caliente FO staff to identify potential issues, concerns, and conflicts;
– Prepare a draft environmental assessment for review and input by Caliente FO staff;
– Incorporate comments and revise as necessary to provide a final draft document for public review and comment;
– Facilitate a public meeting, incorporate public comments, and address issues with Caliente FO staff; and
– Finalize the EA document and prepare associated documentation.
This work will provide opportunities to analyze the impacts of constructing mountain-bike trails in a variety of habitats in eastern Lincoln County, NV, and to learn about the preparation of an environmental assessment document in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act, the BLM Ely District Resource Management Plan, and existing laws and regulations based on designs/locations provided by the BLM.

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Company Name: The Great Basin Institute
Title: Field Technician
Location: SW Wyoming or E Washington

Description:
Timeframe: 20 April – 25 September 2015

In cooperation with the BLM-Wyoming Lander Field Office and BLM-Washington Spokane District Office, GBI is recruiting eight Field Technicians to work cooperatively with BLM Rangeland Managers and GBI Vegetation Monitoring Field Leads. As members of GBI’s AmeriCorps program, these Technicians will not only enhance the vast public lands of southwestern Wyoming and eastern Washington, but will also take part in the national service movement. Each of these Field Technicians will serve on a field crew (one Lead and two Technicians) to characterize vegetation using the Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring (AIM) protocol and Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health (IIRH), for which training will be provided by The Jornada in Boise (27 April – 1 May).

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Company Name: The Great Basin Institute

Title: Recreation Technician
Location: Battle Mountain, NV
Description:
The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management Battle Mountain District, is recruiting a Recreation Technician. The Technician will assist with the maintenance and development of activities relating to recreation and wilderness resources throughout the Battle Mountain district. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to:
– Gather data to inventory wilderness study areas for incursions and write environmental assessment(s) to reclaim those areas;
– Work jointly with the BLM outdoor recreation and wilderness planner(s) to provide field monitoring, project management and visitor outreach duties;
– Maintain and update the recreation and wilderness paper and electronic files as needed;
– Coordinate with BLM Outdoor Recreation Planner(s) (ORP) to identify sites that need to be monitored, write-up monitoring forms, and update existing forms when necessary;
– Work in a team environment with internal and external partners to assess resource condition and visitor use as necessary to recommend physical protection measures at recreation sites and wilderness areas;
– Maintain database(s) for roads and trails identification to document, evaluate, and monitor road condition, status, and use patterns;
– Evaluate and compile recreation use information, campsite condition assessments, and transportation access information for planning efforts;
– Assess roads and assist with the development of transportation management plans to include effective public outreach strategies and informational/educational materials, such as signs, brochures, and kiosks to support road designation effort(s); and
– Maintain recreation facilities, e.g. place brochures and maps at sites, clean and maintain restrooms, gather data from traffic counters, etc.

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Company Name: Allied Nevada Gold Corp.

Title: Mine Geologist III
Location: Hycroft Mine, Winnemucca, NV

Desired Majors: Geology
Position Type: Full-time Employment

Application Process:
Interested geologists can post their resumes to:
Steve Lombardo at steve.lombardo@hycroftmine.com or
Don Harris at donald.harris@alliednevada.com

Application Deadline: 3/15/2015
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Company Name: BLM Wyoming
Title: Supervisory Mining Engineer/Supervisory Geologist (for current or former federal employees)
Location: Casper, WY

Source:  https://blm.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/394609100

Job Announcement Number: WY-Merit-2015-0026

Description:  You will serve as the Assistant District Manager (ADM) for the Wyoming High Plains District Office Solid Minerals Group. You will lead and direct the solid minerals program in the Powder River Basin (PRB). You will also serve as the senior technical specialist in all aspects of the Federal Coal Management Program and will be available statewide and bureauwide in this capacity. You will be the principal advisor to the District Manager for solid minerals activities in the PRB. You will have authority over coal operations which involves management of Federal leases for the ten producing coal mines in the Powder River Basin, including coal reserve evaluation, assuring maximum recovery, diligent development, bonding and accurate verification of production and royalty payment.

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Company Name: Department Of The Interior
Title: Mining Engineer/Geologist (Interdisciplinary, For Current or Former Federal Employees)

Location: Winnemucca, NV

Source: https://blm.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/393738700

Job Announcement Number: NV-Merit-2015-0114

Description: 

The primary responsibility of this position is to provide federal environmental oversight of private sector mineral exploration, development and production activities occurring on public lands. This includes exploration, development and production of locatable (e.g. gold, silver and copper), saleable (e.g. sand and gravel) and leasable (e.g. geothermal) minerals. Mineral proposals range from exploration programs of all sizes, to pilot testing projects, and several full development projects including geothermal-based electrical production and large-scale mines involving several thousand acres. Customers range from small-time operators to major international corporations. The operational proposals, reclamation plans, and reclamation cost estimates must all be reviewed for conformity with the appropriate regulations as well as other laws and State regulations. Surface use and occupancy determinations must also be made. A major part of the duties for this position will be to review of proposed mineral operations for impacts to the environment, including closure of large scale heap leach facilities. The staff person’s time will be spent both in the office reviewing proposals and leading minerals projects as well and in the field inspecting projects for compliance with the regulations and other laws.

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Job Post: Geologist

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Company Name: Department of the Interior
Title: Geologist

Location: Fillmore, Utah

Source:  https://blm.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/394336700

Job Announcement Number: UT-Merit-2015-0055

Description:  

This position serves as a geologist in a Bureau of Land Management Office. The geologist is responsible for performing work that involves knowledge and application of the principles of geology, and being responsible for planning, initiating, directing, and executing the minerals program activities. The geologist plans, initiates, and directs and exercises supervision over mining industry, sales, permits and leases to assure the orderly development and conservation on minerals materials, locatable and leasable minerals on public lands; and assures maximum economic recovery of mineral deposits through review of industry operating plans for exploration, development, and extraction of minerals and compliance with the environmental reclamation requirements of Department of Interior’s regulations and Bureau of Land Management policy.

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Company Name: Department Of The Interior
Title: Mining Engineer/Geologist (Interdisciplinary)

Location: Winnemucca, NV

Source: https://blm.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/393744800

Job Announcement Number: NV-DEU-2015-0064

Description: 

The primary responsibility of this position is to provide federal environmental oversight of private sector mineral exploration, development and production activities occurring on public lands. This includes exploration, development and production of locatable (e.g. gold, silver and copper), saleable (e.g. sand and gravel) and leasable (e.g. geothermal) minerals. Mineral proposals range from exploration programs of all sizes, to pilot testing projects, and several full development projects including geothermal-based electrical production and large-scale mines involving several thousand acres. Customers range from small-time operators to major international corporations. The operational proposals, reclamation plans, and reclamation cost estimates must all be reviewed for conformity with the appropriate regulations as well as other laws and State regulations. Surface use and occupancy determinations must also be made. A major part of the duties for this position will be to review of proposed mineral operations for impacts to the environment, including closure of large scale heap leach facilities. The staff person’s time will be spent both in the office reviewing proposals and leading minerals projects as well and in the field inspecting projects for compliance with the regulations and other laws.

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Company Name: BLM Wyoming
Title: Supervisory Mining Engineer/Supervisory Geologist
Location: Casper, WY

Source:  https://blm.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/394609100

Job Announcement Number: WY-DEU-2015-0026

Description:  You will serve as the Assistant District Manager (ADM) for the Wyoming High Plains District Office Solid Minerals Group. You will lead and direct the solid minerals program in the Powder River Basin (PRB). You will also serve as the senior technical specialist in all aspects of the Federal Coal Management Program and will be available statewide and bureauwide in this capacity. You will be the principal advisor to the District Manager for solid minerals activities in the PRB. You will have authority over coal operations which involves management of Federal leases for the ten producing coal mines in the Powder River Basin, including coal reserve evaluation, assuring maximum recovery, diligent development, bonding and accurate verification of production and royalty payment.

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