[env-trinity] Trinity River Restoration Program Executive Director Job Announcement Now Available

Tom Stokely tstokely at trinityalps.net
Tue Jul 15 09:15:37 PDT 2008


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Doug Schleusner" <dschleusner at mp.usbr.gov>
To: ########
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2008 2:36 PM
Subject: Executive Director Job Announcement Now Available


> Good afternoon,
> 
> I just received word that the job announcement for Executive Director
> of the TRRP has been posted at USAJobs.  As most of you already know, we
> are actively recruiting qualified applicants, with the goal of filling
> the position by mid-October 2008 to allow for a two to three month
> transition period prior to my retirement.  Please forward the following
> summary to individuals who might be interested in the position.  Similar
> information will be posted on the TRRP website in the near future.
> thank you,
> ds
> 
> 
> TRRP Announces Search for New Executive Director
> 
> Doug Schleusner, the Executive Director of the Trinity River
> Restoration Program (TRRP), recently announced his retirement effective
> January 3, 2009.  The TRRP is currently searching for qualified
> applicants, with the goal of filling the position by mid-October 2008 to
> allow for a two to three month transition period.  
> 
> As Executive Director, the incumbent is responsible for operations of
> the TRRP office, and plays a key role in administering the program
> designed to restore and maintain anadromous fishery resources of the
> Trinity River in Northern California.  Components of this multi-agency
> restoration program include increased instream flows, channel
> rehabilitation, sediment management, watershed restoration, and flood
> plain infrastructure improvements.  An Adaptive Environmental Assessment
> and Management (AEAM) program is an integral part of ensuring that the
> best available scientific information and analysis is obtained and
> utilized in implementing program goals. For more information, view other
> pages at the program website (http://www.trrp.net), or call the program
> office at 530-623-1800.
> 
> This Program Manager position within the Bureau of Reclamation has a
> duty station of Weaverville, CA and a salary range of $91,781.00 to
> $119,314.00.  It is being advertised both internally - current federal
> employees: Announcement Number  BR-MP-2008-206 (MPP-JR), and all U.S.
> citizens: Announcement Number  BR-MP-2008-207 (DEU-JR).  The
> announcement (posted at www.usajobs.opm.gov ) opened on Monday, July 14,
> 2008 and closes on Friday, August 8, 2008.  Applications must be
> submitted online.  Open the USAJobs website and use the appropriate
> announcement number to access the announcement for more information and
> instructions on how to apply.   For more information, view other pages
> in this program website ( http://www.trrp.net ), or call the program
> office at 530-623-1800.
> 
> The historic mining town of Weaverville (population 3,500) is the
> County Seat of Trinity County, and is located on State Highway 299 about
> 50 miles from Redding and 90 miles from the Pacific coast.  The economy
> is based on tourism, timber, and local/state/federal government agency
> employment.  The Trinity River, Whiskeytown/Shasta/Trinity National
> Recreation area, and the Trinity Alps Wilderness provide a wide variety
> of outdoor recreation opportunities.
> 
> ___________________________________
> 
> Douglas P. Schleusner, Executive Director
> Trinity River Restoration Program
> P.O. Box 1300, 1313 South Main St.
> Weaverville, CA  96093
> (530) 623-1800  Fax: (530) 623-5944
> e-mail: dschleusner at mp.usbr.gov
> ___________________________________
> 
>



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