Land & Rehabilitation (LRAM) Coordinator

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Fort Irwin, California
Up to $45,000/year + benefits
Nov 09, 2018
Nov 22, 2018
Employment Type
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The Range and Training Land (RTLA) Coordinator is responsible for planning, implementing, and managing a natural resource monitoring program for the training lands at Fort Irwin, CA as part of the Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Program.


Project Need:

  • Plan and execute a monitoring program to quantify both short-term and long-term impacts of military training activities and support management decisions.

  • Develop and implement monitoring protocols and assessments of training land condition including soil condition, vegetation condition, maneuver trail condition, culverts, heavy use sites, and burn areas.

  • Coordinate and conduct data collection to include training and supervising field crews.

  • Conduct sound and effective analysis of collected data and make recommendations for the use and implementation of those findings.

  • Identify equipment and materials necessary to perform monitoring tasks.

  • Prepare the RTLA Annual Report on all monitoring activities and results; provide a summary of RTLA activities for inclusion in the ITAM Annual Report.

  • Assist the Land Rehabilitation Coordinator in identifying areas in need of rehabilitation and assessing the effectiveness of land rehabilitation projects and methods.

  • Provide technical review and input to various environmental documents, research proposals, and installation plans.

  • Assist in the preparation and presentation of educational materials to inform soldiers and civilians about how to sustain and improve Army training lands.

  • Interact with installation agencies to coordinate the wise and sustainable use of military training lands.

  • Provide technical assistance and advice to military trainers, range managers and environmental personnel to include assessing impact of resource management on military training and training impact on natural resources.

  • Provide RTLA input to ITAM programmatic plans, work plans, and budgets.




  • Bachelors Degree in Biology, Natural Resources or related field combined with a minimum of five years relevant work experience, or a Masters Degree in the above listed fields with a minimum of three years relevant work experience.    

  • Relevant work experience designing and implementing field studies preferably in a desert and/or military environment

  • Knowledge of desert ecology, vegetation, and soils. 

  • Experience analyzing vegetation and soils data

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Intermediate level ArcGIS experience

  • Experience driving a 4WD vehicle in difficult terrain



  • US driver’s license.

  • US citizenship.

  • Ability to successfully pass NAC-I (National Agency Check with Inquiries) investigation.

  • Ability to use computers and familiarity with Microsoft Office products.

  • Ability to walk distances of up to 1 mile over rough terrain and perform repetitive tasks that require bending or kneeling.

To apply, please follow the link below and select "I'm interested" to apply AND to create your Parsons User Profile.  Deadline to apply is November 22, 2018

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