Jul 30, 2020

Range and Training Land Assessment Support Coordinator (RTLA) = Hilo, Hawaii

  • Tuttle Creek Management, LLC
  • Hilo, HI, USA
Full-Time Defense Environment Management Science

Job Description

Veterans Range Solutions, LLC (VRS) a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
(SDVOSB) is seeking experienced Range and Training Land Assessment Support Coordinator
(RTLA) at Hilo, Hawaii on Pohakuloa Training Area. This position will require that the applicant
shall have previous experience as a Land Assessment Support or Project Coordinator.
Familiar with Graphic Information Systems is a must.
Job Description
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Range and Training Land Assessment (RTLA) Support
Coordinator works under the direction of the On-site Project Manager or RTLA Project Coordinator
and is responsible for the overall execution of the RTLA Program Support for PTA's Integrated
Training Area Management (ITAM) Program to include the following;
 Be familiar with and able to use standard scientific field methods and follow the
guidance of the ITAM Program Manager to assess conditions of training resources
including trails, FPs, LZs, DZs, and maneuver land. Field activities shall require the use
of Government provided GPS equipment and hand-held computer programs to store
data as it is collected.
 Ensure all field notes, maps, and data include the location and date of collection and are
submitted in the format requested by the ITAM Program Manager. All data shall be
submitted to the ITAM Program Manager no later than five (5) days following collection
or IAW a timeline directed by the RTLA Coordinator.
 Report deficiencies in equipment and injury to personnel either in person or
telephonically to the ITAM Program Manager prior to close of business on the day of
deficiency identification.
 Support for the overall LRAM program to include participating in the use of pesticides to
control undesirable vegetation in training areas.
 Support to other exercises, training events, and planning in the implementation of
prescribed burn in training areas.
 Provide vegetation inventory, monitoring, and data collection support to implement the
RTLA work plan on training areas, to include photo points monitoring and assessments
of woody vegetation encroachment, maneuver access trail network condition, maneuver
damage, invasive species that impact training, and LRAM practices effectiveness. The
dynamic nature of military training may result in changes to the programmed work plan,
and the Coordinator may be required to redirect effort with little advance notice.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS The minimum requirements for this position are:
 BS/BA in natural resource management, forestry, soils, range science, agronomy, or
related applied science or 3-5 years’ experience in field.
 Supervisory experience.
 Demonstrated knowledge of industry-standard Best Management Practices for soil
conservation and erosion control.
 Demonstrated knowledge of federal and state environmental regulations pertaining to
soil conservation and erosion control.
 Experience with common office computer software such as spreadsheet, word
processing, and slide presentation programs.
 Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and collection/application of
Global Positioning System (GPS) data.

 Excellent oral and written communication skills.
 Related work experience with US Army SRP and ITAM Programs.
 Must be able to work with a diverse group of Army civilian and military personnel
including military trainers, range operations staff, ecologists, archeologists, engineers,
and planners.
 Understanding of military training mission and requirements.
 Work includes off-road driving, walking through rough terrain and exposure to wildlife.
 Must be physically fit and able to lift, move and/or carry up to 50 lbs. of field gear and
able to perform fieldwork that sometimes involves walking long distances in extreme
weather conditions.
 US citizenship.
 US driver s license and must pass MVR and be able to maintain legal driving privileges
both on and off post.
 Ability to successfully pass NAC-I (National Agency Check with Inquiries) investigation
 Prior Military preferred
Job Type:
Job Type: Full-time
Application Questions
You have requested that Indeed ask candidates the following questions:
 How many years of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) experience do you have?
 How many years of ITAM experience do you have?
 How many years of Range and Training Land Assessment experience do you have?
 What is the highest level of education you have completed?
 Do you have the following license or certification: Class A?
 Do you speak English?
 Are you authorized to work in the following country: United States?
 Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations?
 What percentage of the time are you willing to travel for work?


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