Kodiak Island Borough Resource Management Officer in Alaska (Open Until filled)

Kodiak Island Borough Resource Management Officer

Date Posted: 1/24/17

Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Salary: Salary Range: $33.69 - $45.31/hour. Hiring Range: $33.69 - $35.39/hour. Excellent benefits package.

General Description:

The Kodiak Island Borough is accepting applications for the regular, full-time position of Resource Management Officer. This is a union position.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

Duties will include management of the Kodiak Island Borough multi-million dollar land and resource assets, and oversight of the selection, acquisition, retention and disposition, and protection of Borough land and resources.

QUALIFICATIONS

The successful candidate will possess knowledge of principles of land management and practices; legal and economic aspects of real estate; surveying; aerial photo interpretation; Geographic Information Systems; financial principles and budget preparation. Bachelor’s Degree in Planning and three (3) years of community development planning experience, including prior real estate experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job. Preferred Licensing/Certifications: International Right-of-Way Certification.

KODIAK

Kodiak is the second largest island in the United States. Situated in the northern Gulf of Alaska, just east of the Alaska Peninsula, the Kodiak Island Archipelago is home to about 14,000 people, less than 100 miles of mostly unpaved roads, and 3,000 of the world’s largest brown bears. Despite the island’s isolation, residents enjoy a cosmopolitan lifestyle. Downtown boasts shops, galleries, restaurants, coffee shops, museums, and our scenic boat harbor. Commercial fishing and seafood processing, logging, recreational hunting, fishing, tourism and government make up the economy of Kodiak. The island is also home to the nation’s largest Coast Guard base, a commercial rocket launch facility, one of the largest Travelifts in the world, and six newly installed wind turbines on Pillar Mountain, overlooking beautiful Kodiak City. Kodiak offers the best in outdoor sport and recreational opportunities with access to secluded beaches, extensive wilderness trails, and easy mountain hikes. The Kodiak Island Borough was incorporated on September 24, 1963. It is a second-class borough with a manager form of government.

To Apply:

Complete job description and Borough application (required) may be obtained through Kodiak Job Center, 211 Mission Road, Suite 103, Kodiak, Alaska 99615, (907) 486-3105; or from our website. Position open until filled with first review of applications January 31, 2017. EOE. Web

Link:

http://www.kodiakak.us

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