State of Hawaii Executive Branch
Recruitment Number 214035 - Wailuku/Kahului, Maui Employment Only - $4,231 to $4,954 per month (SR-22, Step C to G).
Note: Hiring rates will be based on availability of funds, the applicant's qualifications, and other relevant factors.
A continuous recruitment may be closed at any time. The notice of the last day to file applications will be posted on the Civil Service Hawaii State Government Jobspage of our website.
Recommends, develops, and implements work plans for the development and management of forest resources; conducts studies of forest boundaries, trails and roads; prepares annotated maps; analyzes and evaluates conditions, characteristics, values and relationships of forest resources and prepares environmental assessment reports and recommendations; works with various government and private organizations to coordinate and organize forest program activities and projects; provides technical advice to public and private landowners and promotes sound conservation practices; coordinates, manages and monitors grant funds for forestry projects; conducts studies and surveys to assess forest resources; considers social, economic and environmental issues, and makes appropriate recommendations; prepares and presents reports; organizes fire control forces and directs them in fire control activities; and coordinates and conducts fire suppression, training and public information activities with various agencies; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
To qualify, you must meet all of the following requirements:
EDUCATION: Graduation with a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major study in forestry or a closely related field which must have included 24 semester hours in at least four of the following areas:
A. Forest management, e.g., mensuration, forest regulation, forest management;
B. Forest protection, e.g., fire protection, forest pathology, forest entomology;
C. Forest economics, e.g., forest finance, forest evaluation, forest economies, products and preparation and use of wood;
D. Silviculture, e.g., forest soils, forest ecology, dendrology, silvics, and silviculture; and
E. Related studies, e.g., forest engineering, forest recreation, range management, watershed management, and wood technology.