The BLM’s Northern California District is advertising a one year detail/temporary promotion for the Deputy District Manager position located in Redding, CA.  The incumbent may be converted to permanent status at the end of the temporary assignment without further competition.  The district is challenging and complex, with natural and cultural resources programs on landscapes including high desert, alpine forest and coastal redwoods and prairies.   The district includes about 3.5 million acres of public land in an area stretching from Washoe County, Nevada to Humboldt County on the California north coast.  The district oversees four field offices that includes a complex fire program.   The Eagle Lake and Applegate Field Offices are mainly comprised of high desert rangelands, sage steppe and juniper woodlands, where a “traditional” mix of activities — livestock grazing, hunting, fishing — are the predominant public land uses.  The Redding and Arcata Field Offices special areas are interspersed with private holdings and lands managed by five national forests.  Units of the National Landscape Conservation System, including the King Range National Conservation Area, Headwaters Forest Reserve and California Coastal National Monument, all in the Arcata Field Office, and the Wild and Scenic Trinity River attract visitor and recreation use, and have special fire and fuels management considerations.  Lake and river recreation and a network of recreation trails are highlights in the Redding Field Office.

The following BLM-CA vacancy announcements are available on USAJOBS:
Deputy District Manager, GS-0301-13, Redding, CA (Closes September 5, 2022)