Website U.S. Forest Service
FBI Special Agents apply their professional expertise and unique skill sets to their work every day. Many come from legal/criminal investigation backgrounds, advising on law enforcement and intelligence operations, investigations and policies. Your expertise could apply to matters of national security, litigation and support, administrative, investigative, technology, contract law, information law, legal instruction, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, cyber matters and foreign intelligence.
- Coordinate and administer the district/zone fire and fuels management program, annual and out-year budget, and program of work.
- Performs wildfire suppression support as directed within training and physical and other duties as assigned.
- Provide advice and counsel to Line Officers on the development of strategies and appropriate course of actions for all incidents
- Provides administrative supervision to subordinate fire supervisors and staff. Plans work to be accomplished, sets and adjusts short-term priorities, and prepares schedules for completion of work.
- Review and evaluate fuels and fire management plans and prescriptions to achieve ecosystem and resource management objectives.
- Coordinate program activities with federal, state, tribal, and local government entities/agencies.
- Pass a medical exam, which includes, but is not limited to, meeting visual and hearing standards.
Pass a Physical Fitness Test (PFT); must be physically fit to complete training at the FBI Academy at Quantico, VA, and
- maintain a high level of fitness throughout your career.
Successfully complete approximately 19 weeks of employment as a Special Agent trainee, while housed at the FBI Academy at Quantico.
- Adhere to strict standards of conduct.
- Undergo a rigorous background investigation, credit checks and a polygraph in order to obtain a Top Secret Sensitive
- Compartmented Information (SCI) Clearance.
- Upon graduation from the FBI Academy, be available to transfer to one of the FBI’s 56 Field Offices, including San Juan,
- Puerto Rico or remote resident agencies (satellite offices) to meet the needs of the FBI. Special Agents rarely return to their processing office. Applicants should ensure that their families are prepared for and support this move.
- Throughout your career, be available for temporary duty assignments anywhere in the world, on either a temporary or a long-term basis.
Company: U.S. Forest Service
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Andalusia, AL, US
Job Category: Government
Application Deadline: N/A