This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
At the College of Environmental Science and Forestry, incumbent works under the general supervision of the Director of Forest Properties for the Management and operation of one or more of the College's forest properties located at its several branch campuses throughout the State; initiates, develops, and executes Management Plans, programs, and projects designed to enhance the value of the forest and related resources of those properties as integral components of the College's overall instructional, research, and public service endeavors. Does related work as required under general supervision of Director; Collaborates closely with College faculty, professional staff, and students in coordinating College-wide program objectives with the programs, facilities, personnel, and resources of the forest properties; responsible for the development, effective utilization, enhancement, and protection of all the property's natural resources, as well as for the economical production, processing, and sale of forest resources products; directly supervises support personnel associated with the management and operation of the forest property; supervises and otherwise controls and monitors all activities of the lay public on the property; in concert with Director acts as liaison between the forest property, the College's Administration, and the various Federal, state, and local agencies, as well as the lay public which impact on the instructional, research, and public service enterprises of the property, and on its management and operational programs and objectives.
A Bachelor's degree in forestry and related resources Management, plus a minimum of five (5) years of successful experience in natural resource administration and management or, alternatively, a Master's degree with a minimum of two to three years of similar relevant experience.
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