Dine Development Corporation

  • RTLA Crew Laborer

    Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
    Posted Date 1 week ago(2/12/2019 9:47 AM)
    ID
    2019-2522
  • Corporate Overview

    Dine Development Corporation (DDC), is a wholly-owned entity of the Navajo Nation, established in 2004 to provide economic benefits to the Navajo Nation. BRIC is a subsidiary of the Dine Development Corporation. DDC-BRIC is a SBA 8(a) SDB certified professional science and technical services firm with an exceptional team of seasoned scientists, engineers and technicians. We provide a broad base of resources that support cutting edge products and services and enhance our client's ability to manage their energy, environment, technology, and defense intelligence programs. BRIC serves as a trusted advisor for achieving and maintaining sustainable and long-term compliance with regulations that govern environment. The suite of services we offer spans all aspects of natural resource stewardship and EHS compliance including: natural resource management, cultural resource management, NEPA/CEQA compliance and environmental planning.

    Responsibilities

    BRIC is seeking candidates for an RTLA Crew Laborer. The successful candidate will support plant propagation activities on Joint Base Lewis McChord. The successful candidate will work directly with the Installation Government Representative (GR) and CALIBRE PM.

     

    *This position with be seasonal employment from March to October*

    Qualifications

    MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN ABLE TO PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK

     

    Skills Required: 

    • 2 years of professional work experience, to include a minimum of one year in a leadership role and a minimum one year working on a Military installation.
    • Demonstrated ability to identify vegetation, both native and non-native, in South Puget Sound Prairies.
    • Experience performing field work under severe environmental conditions and in rugged terrain.
    • Experience performing vegetation inventory, monitoring, and field data collection in Pacific Northwest ecosystems.
    • Possess advanced knowledge of Pacific Northwest plant species and communities.
    • Experience using field and desktop ESRI ArcGIS compatible software, ESRI ArcMap 10.3 or higher.
    • Experience using handheld GPS units with <1 meter capabilities.
    • Ability to obtain accurate GPS positions and troubleshoot handheld devices as needed.
    • Demonstrate ability to consistently and efficiently follow standard workflows and instructions.
    • Conversant with Microsoft Office applications.
    • Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication.

     

    Physical Requirements:

    • Ability to maneuver on foot over rough terrain carrying up to 40 lbs.

     

    Additional Skills (NOT Required):

    • Familiarity with the US Army Sustainable Range Program
    • Knowledge of plant propagation techniques
    • Experience with land damage assessment

    Certifications Required

    none

    Certifications Preferred

    none

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