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Ad Title: Forest Health Specialist
Location: Nashville, TN
Post Date: 01/30/19
Contact: Nathan Hoover
City: Nashville
State: TN
Zip: 37204
Phone (W): 615-837-5552
Email: nathan.hoover@tn.gov
Description:
The Forest Health Specialist resides within the Forest Health and Sustainability Unit and serves as the division technical experts for forest insects, disease, and invasive plants statewide. They are responsible with securing grant funding and coordinating all forest health programs.

PLANNING
1. Conducts annual planning exercises to prepare for forest health program operations such as gypsy moth trapping, aerial surveillance, hemlock woolly adelgid treatments, southern pine beetle trapping and monitoring and general forest health outreach, education and training. 2. Seeks and secures grant revenue to fund each forest health program. 3. Seeks opportunities and partnerships to improve and grow forest health programs with sister state agencies, federal partners, non-government organizations and the public.
4. Works as a part of a dynamic team of other program specialists, regional foresters and seasonal employees to develop and execute holistic forest management programs.

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
1. Conducts forest health surveys and monitoring activities statewide. 2. Provides training and outreach to TDF personnel, landowners, and partners on
forest health management practices. 3. Develops and maintains cooperative partnerships with federal and state agencies, industry and other non-government organizations to promote forest health objectives in the state. Forest Health Specialist‐ Forest Health and Sustainability Unit Page 2
4. Serves as the forest health liaison with the U.S Forest Service and Southern Group of State Foresters to promote regional objectives, partnerships, and grant funding. 5. Serves as the Division’s subject matter expert on forest insects, disease, and invasive plants.
SUPERVISION
1. Supervises crew leader who oversees the activities and operations of the seasonal hemlock woolly adelgid strike team.

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Ad Title: Forest Health Specialist
Location: Nashville, TN
Post Date: 01/30/19
Contact: Nathan Hoover
City: Nashville
State: TN
Zip: 37204
Phone (W): 615-837-5552
Email: nathan.hoover@tn.gov
Website: visit our website...
Description:
The Forest Health Specialist resides within the Forest Health and Sustainability Unit and serves as the division technical experts for forest insects, disease, and invasive plants statewide. They are responsible with securing grant funding and coordinating all forest health programs.

Specific Job Duties:
PLANNING
1. Conducts annual planning exercises to prepare for forest health program operations such as gypsy moth trapping, aerial surveillance, hemlock woolly adelgid treatments, southern pine beetle trapping and monitoring and general forest health outreach, education and training.
2. Seeks and secures grant revenue to fund each forest health program.
3. Seeks opportunities and partnerships to improve and grow forest health programs with sister state agencies, federal partners, non-government organizations and the public.
4. Works as a part of a dynamic team of other program specialists, regional foresters and seasonal employees to develop and execute holistic forest management programs.
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
1. Conducts forest health surveys and monitoring activities statewide.
2. Provides training and outreach to TDF personnel, landowners, and partners on forest health management practices.
3. Develops and maintains cooperative partnerships with federal and state agencies, industry and other non-government organizations to promote forest health objectives in the state.
4. Serves as the forest health liaison with the U.S Forest Service and Southern Group of State Foresters to promote regional objectives, partnerships, and grant funding.
5. Serves as the Division’s subject matter expert on forest insects, disease, and invasive plants.
SUPERVISION
1. Supervises crew leader who oversees the activities and operations of the seasonal hemlock woolly adelgid strike team.
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Ad Title: Office and Operations Manager Job Description
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Post Date: 12/17/18
Contact: Stacy Cachules
City: Indianapolis
State: IN
Zip: 46220
Phone (W): No calls please
Email: scachules@conservingindiana.org
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Description:
Classification: Full-time, salaried with benefits. Flexible scheduling may be possible within standard work hours. Occasional evening and weekend meetings.

Founded in 1990, the Central Indiana Land Trust Incorporated (CILTI) is a nonprofit based out Indianapolis. CILTI preserves the best of Central Indiana’s natural areas to benefit plants and animals and allow Hoosiers to experience the wonder of the state’s natural heritage today and into the future.

This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Central Indiana Land Trust and its office. Looking for an energetic professional who doesn’t mind wearing multiple hats. Must be a team player who will pitch in and help do what it takes to get a job done. Experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks and able to work independently and troubleshoot problems with little supervision. A qualified candidate should be well organized, have a high attention to detail, flexible and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting a nonprofit office.

Responsibilities:
Support operations by maintaining office systems including:
• Point person for maintenance, mailing, shipping, office supplies, equipment, and errands
• Keep the office organized and looking professional – organize supplies, file paperwork, etc.
• Ensure filing systems are maintained and current including organization of digital files
• Play an administrative role in working with the bookkeeper on bill pay, state and federal forms and other finance related tasks
• Process and file property tax records
• Coordinate with IT consultants on all office equipment and help troubleshoot problems
• Establish office operations and procedures as needs arise
• Process incoming mail

Support membership and development activities:
• Regular use of CILTI’s donor database including: data entry, assisting in making queries and reports and developing procedures and recommendations around the use of CILTI’s donor database
• Support the annual membership campaign by working with staff on donor thank you letters and other appeal mailings
• Respond to incoming calls and direct to appropriate parties
Serve as executive assistant and board liaison:
• Complete a broad variety of administrative support for the Executive Director including: managing an active calendar of appointments; scheduling; completing expense reports and timesheets; arranging travel plans and itineraries
• Assist in preparation of meetings and presentations, including preparing PowerPoint presentations as needed and gathering any necessary promotional materials.
• Schedule meetings and appointments for staff as necessary
• Assist in conference travel plans for staff
• Prepare agendas and materials for meetings and record, transcribe and distribute minutes
• Organize orientation and training of new staff members
• Other duties as assigned

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