Duties Summary

This position is located is located at the Angeles National Forest, San Gabriel Mountains National Monument in Glendora, CA .

This position is located on a Forest Service unit and has responsibility for the minerals and special uses program. Assignments include completion of required NEPA, permit preparation, correspondence, billing, inspections.

For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Justin Seastrand at (626) 574-5278 or justin.seastrand@usda.gov.
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  • Maintain external relationships by keeping informed on all phases of permit activities to explain management practices and policies and receive feedback from organizational groups, community leaders and individuals.
  • Review complaints made by permittees for follow-up with supervisor.
  • Explain requirements of permits to gain compliance and coordinate permit clause stipulations with Federal, State and local laws, rules, ordinances and regulations.
  • Prepare permits in final form for supervisor’s review to ensure recommendations and findings are compatible and not in conflict or will adversely affect other natural resources.
  • Maintain casefiles and other official records in a complete, accurate and thorough manner.
  • Document permittee casefiles with current information for purposes of follow-up actions, compliance checks and for matters of administrative review.
  • Assist in the preparation of written environmental analysis reports (categorical exclusions, environmental analysis or environmental impact statements) for a variety of recreation and land and/or mineral proposals.
  • Perform permit administration for activities within undeveloped and developed recreation areas of a unit.
  • Review permit applications to determine potential impact on land and other visitors and work with applicant to identify alternative locations, dates or activities and other ways to mitigate impacts.
  • Assist with performing compliance checks and inspections on existing permits under authorization for minerals and special use programs.
  • Research legal documents such as bonding instruments, land plots and titles to determine ownership, rights and claims to apply to the processing and development of mineral authorizations.

Travel Required
25% or less – You may be expected to do 25% or Less travel for this position.

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