Program Manager, GS-0110/0401/1301-15

Location: Fort Collins, CO
Deadline: October 10, 2014


 The Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS), Human Dimensions Science Program, will soon be advertising for a Program Manager, GS-0110/0401/1301-15. The incumbent is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and directing the execution of business of the Human Dimensions Science Program.


This position will be located at the Rocky Mountain Research Station Forestry Science Laboratory, Fort Collins, CO or the Forestry Sciences Laboratory, Missoula, MT. Interested candidates can visit the RMRS website at: and the Human Dimensions Program website at:

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This position serves as the Program Manager for one of the Rocky Mountain Research Station’s (RMRS) Science Programs. The incumbent is responsible for a broad range of management functions for the Human Dimensions Science Program. They report to the Station Director. Primary responsibilities include science leadership, planning and management, supervisory and management responsibilities, and consultation with other social and biological scientists. The incumbent serves as the science lead for the science program, as part of the Station Leadership Team, in developing strategies for planning and developing major agency programs of regional, national, and international scope and impact.


For more information regarding duties for the position, please contact G. Sam Foster, Station Director, at 970-498-1353 or

Primary Contact:  G. Sam Foster

Phone Number:  970-498-1353    

E-mail address:

If you are interested in this opportunity, please fill out the attached Outreach Notice From and send to (  by October 10, 2014.

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