Last week, the Idaho Soil and Water Conservation Commission posted a job opportunity to fill the Agriculture Program/District Support Services Specialist position. The position may be located anywhere in the State however the incumbent will be expected to work a minimum of one week per month in Boise.
Some duties will include leading the process for coordinating statewide technical assistance by conducting annual district needs assessment, collaborate with conservation partners, lead stakeholder workgroup(s) to rank requests for technical assistance, and strategize provision of coordinated technical assistance in accordance with the Commission, district, and partner strategic and conservation plans. Also, this position will supervise regional team leaders and field staff in performance of technical assistance duties and inspect fieldwork and review documents for technical requirements, compliance with state and federal laws, and fairness in lease/contract administration.
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