Position DescriptionSoutheast Louisiana National Wildlife Refuge Compl

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1 Position DescriptionSoutheast Louisiana
Position DescriptionSoutheast Louisiana National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Lacombe, LA The transportation fellow is expected to: Attend a mandatoryorientation tentatively scheduled for the week of July 13 Commit to a twelve (12) month fellowship term from July 13, 2020 to July 9, 2021 of an extension of up to six (6) additional months for USFWS locations. Extensions will be contingent on funding appropriations, job performance, and location need. eport for work at the NWR Complex Complete a rotationalassignment (at both the USFWS Headquarters Office and the regional office) for a total of twomonths. Attend monthly transportation fellows’ group teleconferences (all transportation fellows and mentors), twice monthly individual teleconferences with your mentor, and USFWS Transportationoordinators teleconferences as needed. Host your mentor during a site visit by creating an agenda for their 13 day visit and providing an update on initiatives Attend 2 conferences. Present at a poster session during the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in Washington, D.C. January 20 Complete final report and a webinar during the final two to six (26) months of the Transportation Fellows Program that discusses the work completed to date. Travel for occasional business as needed as part of the effort. Tasks A detailed scope of work, including tasks, deliverables, and approximate work schedule for thislocation, will be provided

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to the assigned transportation fellow prior to their start date and used as a guide throughout their assignment. ome of the potential projects that the transportation fellowwill provide support for duringthisassignmentincludemplementation of projects from the USFWS Urban Connections StudyImprove wayfinding to the units by creating sign plans(road and water) andrrangingfor sign installationImprove connections to units via multimodal meansInstall pedestrian countersand analyze visitor use dataAccess conditions of roads, parking, and bridges in the units. Then provide recommendations for maintenance, create plans for additional facilities, and begin implementing top prioritiesPotentially work on FLAP applicationIdentify additional transportation funding sources and write the applicationsandAssist in development of additionaladvertising materialsfor informing the public about the various options for accessing the refugeSkills and QualificationsStrong oral, writing, and graphic communication skills to interact with federal, state, and local agencies, interest groups, partners, Serviceregional staff, and Service ield staffStrong organizational skills;Ability to establish and maintain positive professional relationships with a variety of agencies and the publicWorking knowledge of common spreadsheet and database tools; Knowledge of transportation planning and asset management principles and techniques;Ability to assess tra

3 nsportationneeds, valuate and identifypr
nsportationneeds, valuate and identifypriorities, and to modify or develop new approachesto solve transportation or access management challengesAbility to assist with scoping projects to pilot and implement transportation management systems and programs, potentially working onmultiple projectat onceAbility to assist with assembling grant applications with provided technical informationFamiliarity with methods for assessing the sustainability and resiliency of transportation assets;Ability to take initiative and work independently, yet know when to ask for help and guidanceFamiliarity with marketing and social media; andGeneral knowledge of the Service and a genuine interest in supporting our collective transportation efforts related to our primary goals.RequirementsAll applicants must:e U.S. citizens, nationals, or lawful permanent resident aliens of the U.S.;years of age or under by thestart date; andHave at least a Bachelor’s degree; however, the preference is for recent or soonbe Master’s degree graduates.Financial Package Assignment Period:Twelve (12) months (July 13, 2020 to July 9, 2021) with two (2) months of rotational assignments. There is a possibility of an extension of up to six (6) additional months for USFWSlocations. Extensions will be contingent on funding appropriations, job performance, and location need. Salary:$3,000/per month, total of $33,000. BenefitsEligible for benefits, see benefits pdf f

4 or details Rent SubsidyReimbursement of
or details Rent SubsidyReimbursement of up to $1200 per month for 12 months. Note that: (1) aformal lease will need to be provided to WTIand (2)if required, the transportation fellow must provide the first, last, and security deposit Relocation Expenses: Reimbursement of up to $750 for relocating to and from your home to assignment location, for a maximum total of up to $1,500. ravel costs from the assignment locationto the rotational assignment locationwill also be covered (see additional information under travel costs below). Personal Transportation:Personal transportation (e.g., travel from your housing to unit, to grocery store, etc.) will be the financial responsibility of the transportation fellow. Professional Development:up to $1000 is available for preapproved, transportation fellow professional development. Note that this cannotbe used for professional society membership. Travel Costs:Costsfor travel to orientation, relocation to rotational locations, conference travel, and occasional business travel will be covered by USFWS/Western Transportation Institute (WTI). Federal NonCompetitive Eligibility StatusTransportation fellows who completheir assignment will be eligible for federal noncompetitive hiring status for two years following the completion of their fellowship. The transportation fellow, with the help of their supervisor, must demonstrate that specific minimum hours work requirements have been me