DNR seeks four Forest Resilience District Managers
A Forest Resilience District Manager in each of the four western regions will be responsible for managing all forest health and resilience program field functions and staff within either the Northwest, Olympic, Pacific Cascade, or South Puget Sound region to facilitate implementation of Washington’s State Forest Action Plan and RCW 76.06.200. Within each region, this position will serve as the direct supervisor for Service Forestry Program staff, providing land management advice to forest landowners and helping to assess resource conditions and forest health, identify potential problems and opportunities, determine financial assistance eligibility, assist with treatment implementation, and recommend management practices to help achieve objectives. The Service Forestry Program is responsible for educating landowners and assisting with development and implementation of management plans to guide current and future management actions.
DNR Forest Resiliency District Managers Position Announcement