The Colorado Forest Restoration Institute is now accepting applications for a full time, salaried Program Manager for Collaboration Decision Support (Research Associate III level). See the attached announcement or follow this link for more information about the position and application process.
Position Summary: The Program Manager for Collaboration Decision Support (Research Associate III) will contribute to, lead, and evaluate collaborative adaptive management processes with forestry, fire, and watershed collaborative groups including the development of goals and objectives, integrating best available science into project planning and implementation, analysis of social, planning, and/or policy results, and communication of project outcomes. The incumbent will develop, sustain, and adaptively manage a program of work in close collaboration and coordination with CFRI personnel. The incumbent will be responsible for: planning and managing program-wide strategies and processes through which managers, stakeholders, and scientists can collaboratively produce and apply science-based knowledge in forest restoration and management decision-making; contributing to the publication of peer-reviewed journal papers and non-technical products for a diverse audience regarding collaborative decision-support; and contributing to the growth and sustainability of collaborative decision-support projects in which CFRI is involved. In addition, the position supports CFRI Directors with business operations, coordinating with CSU Sponsored Programs, and providing support for CFRI internal operations, administration, and communication.