To greet and assist park visitors. Develop and implement educational programs for the public concerning forestry division programs, wildfire prevention, forest management and watershed restoration and forest and wildfire conservation educational program s. Seek Grant monies for Smokey Bear Historical Park to assist with the development and maintenance of programs and educational gardens. Develop and implement interpretive displays including garden displays and forest types found throughout New Mexico. Provide Park visitors with clear, concise information about wildland fire prevention and the local surrounding area. Maintain and repair park facilities, grounds, and equipment. Provide management of the Smokey Bear Historical Park website in accordance with EMNRD policies. Participate in wildland fire suppression activities as able. The position is labor intensive to include: digging, bending, pushing, pulling, and lifting, as well as standing for long periods of time. The position requires the use of various hand and power tools, as well as operating vehicles and heavy equipment. One may be required to work in adverse weather conditions, extreme cold and heat for extended periods of time. Shift work may be required on holidays or during park events. Emergency maintenance situations may also arise requiring extended hours of work. Sitting at a desk or computer workstation is also required. Must be willing to accept assignment/transfer to another geographic location. Extensive travel in region wide area. Weekend/holiday work required.
We are hiring Dayen to assist in wilderness character monitoring efforts on the Gila National Forest out of Silver City, New Mexico. The work is 90% office based and 10% field based. These positions can be done remotely, with about 2-3 weeks of travel to these wilderness areas in the year. Preference will be given to applicants living in the area, or with specific knowledge of the area. Travel to and from remote locations will be provided or reimbursed. Applicants with an interest in land management, wilderness stewardship, and the USFS should apply. The Society for Wilderness Stewardship (SWS) is a non-profit organization seeking to promote excellence in the professional practice of wilderness stewardship, science, and education to ensure the life-sustaining benefits of wilderness. In other words, we are a professional society working to set the standard for wilderness management. There is also an opening in Flagstaff, AZ & Apline, AZ Application review begins 2/24/23.
The selected candidate will work as a Software Developer 2 to support the implementation and development of Adobe AEM Forms at Los Alamos National Laboratory. AEM Forms will have a new implementation which will provide the candidate the opportunity to help build the Adobe AEM platform at Los Alamos from the ground up. The successful candidate will be required to: Administer the Adobe AEM platform. Serve as the single point of contact for the Adobe AEM platform. Work with consultants to implement the platform on LANL provided infrastructure. Work with other internal teams to support the AEM platform. Work with internal customers to define requirements for new AEM forms. Design and develop Dynamic-Interactive AEM adaptive forms. Develop AEM adaptive forms from xdp templates. Work with other LANL teams to perform integrations for data needed on AEM forms. Create xdp form templates using Adobe designer. Database and REST service integration with Adaptive forms. Configure CRX, OSGI services/components, Sling models and APIs. Install core code bundles and packages for AEM-related projects. Implement building framework. Deliver solutions within defined time frames and feature sets.
Safety and Health Occupational Specialist
This position is located in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Office of Director located in Ames, Iowa. In this position, you will be developing, coordinating and implementing safety, health, or environmental management programs in a research laboratory environment; analyzing accident and injury reports; and developing and holding routine training presentations related to safety for new and existing employees.
Financial Analyst Internship
The Financial Analyst is responsible for supporting the team in running the monthly, global management reporting process for Beam Suntory. This position is the process owner for allocations, on-going EDW training and supports the monthly business review. As a process owner, this position will be responsible for driving process effectiveness (on-time delivery of key schedules, accuracy of information and consistency of data and methodologies). In each of these roles, the Analyst is responsible for driving process improvements, including standardized reports automation, improved analytics, and accountability of report content.
Virtual Discussion for Opportunities at
This virtual panel discussion will introduce students, faculty, and staff of Hispanic Serving Institutions to the many career paths and opportunities at the Department of Homeland Security. Panelists will include employees who serve in a variety of Mission Critical Occupations around the Department and its Components.
EXITO: CIA Career Exploration Boot-Camp
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) are partnering together to select up to 30 college freshmen to travel to Washington D.C. from May 30, 2023 to June 02, 2023 and participate in a three-day career exploration event. During the event, students will visit the CIA and meet with CIA professionals to learn about the culture, expectations, and opportunities available when pursuing a career with the CIA. The event will consist of informational workshops and networking activities. After the event, students will be encouraged to apply for CIA internships. Deadline for applications is March 31, 2023.
HACU Scholarship Program
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is pleased to be the administrator of scholarship opportunities provided by our partners to assist in defraying the collegiate expenses for students attending HACU member institutions. Deadline for applicants is May 1, 2023.