- SAIC is seeking a Naval Air Station Fallon Range Complex Environmental Planner in Fallon, NV.
- Support development of environmental planning (National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and regulatory compliance (e.g. National Historic Preservation Act) documentation for training and testing activities; managing, monitoring, and tracking implementation of the environmental requirements associated with range/airspace activities; and ensuring that environmental requirements are identified to support evolving and emerging range required capabilities.
- Support Commander, Pacific Fleet (PACFLT), Type Commanders, numbered fleets, and regions to identify and address emerging complex encroachment challenges and impacts to Fleet training in coordination with the PACFLT N7/N465 Sustainability and Readiness Lead, Regional Environmental Coordinator (REC), and Community Plans and Liaison Office (CPLO).
- Interface between Naval Air Station Fallon, Commander, PACFLT environmental and range staff, U.S. Navy Region, and REC; local range management and scheduling authorities; user communities; and service providers.
- Support CPLO in developing and implementing an effective range complex outreach program.
- Support identifying emerging encroachment challenges on fleet training mission. Support regional encroachment management team in addressing issues impacting fleet training or which can affect mission readiness.
- Participate in NEPA and regulatory compliance planning teams, reviewing of environmental planning and biological assessment documents, coordinating with stakeholders, participating in environmental Tiger Teams, and assisting in implementing environmental mitigation requires.
- Coordinate with Department of Defense and range users (Type Commanders, numbered fleets, and System Commands), environmental professionals, and range managers to ensure environmental planning and regulatory compliance documents are consistent with range standard procedures and directives; accurately reflect Training and Readiness, and Tactics, Techniques and Procedures requirements; and capture required mitigation, protective measures and land use restrictions in applicable environmental and real estate documents.
- Manage, monitor, and track implementation of environmental requirements associated with range activities. These include required monitoring and mitigation measures resulting from the ongoing range complex environmental planning initiatives and ensuring that environmental requirements are identified to support evolving and emerging range required capabilities.
§ Eight to ten years of project management experience in and technical knowledge of the regulations of the NEPA, the National Historic Preservation Act, as well as the application of other relevant regulations.
§ Former military officer or Federal civilian employee with staff experience in U.S. Navy Fleet training, operational planning, and tactical training range operations (e.g., U.S. Fleet Forces Command or PACFLT staff, numbered fleet staffs, type commander billets, commander strike force training staff, tactical staff, commander U.S. Navy region staff, and Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility staff).
§ Experience in identifying and managing encroachment, environmental and other range sustainment issues that can affect mission readiness is desired.
§ Must have knowledge of Federal, State and local environmental regulations.
§ Experience coordinating with Department of Defense commands and services.
§ Communication and public speaking experience with local community groups, local government officials, and Federal and State Agencies such as Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management.
§ Assist in preparing materials for internal and external presentations on products, outreach strategies and targeted messaging.
§ Ability to work many projects independently with minimal staff support.
§ BA/BS degree; environmental, engineering, or physical science; or minimum of eight to ten (8-10) years of environmental and/or project management experience.