Full Performance Level

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of management practices, general technical considerations, law, regulation, and policy, associated with special provisions

Training Opportunities

Ability to identify and report violation of approved uses (agency specific)
Ability to respond to incursions, assess reports of non-compliance and other law enforcement cases of special provision uses
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of NEPA requirements
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the wilderness resource and principles of management sufficient for representing it in interdisciplinary situations with other resource specialists
Ability to accomplish collaborative planning at both the project and program level
Ability to ensure that wilderness planning is interdisciplinary and integrated with other planning documents
Skilled in interdisciplinary planning
Skilled in wilderness information, education, and interpretation planning and implementation

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Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the wilderness resource

Training Opportunities

  • Classroom

    • Contact your state and regional wilderness coordinator for Unit Wilderness Workshop course
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of wilderness search and rescue procedures
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of law enforcement techniques if appropriate to agency
Ability to act decisively and calmly under conditions of emotional and physical duress
Ability to collect evidence and prepare case reports on violations if appropriate to agency
Ability to implement law enforcement procedures depending on agency guidelines
Ability to ensure staff safety and competency in wilderness settings
Ability to incorporate wilderness law, regulation, and policy, and principles in the management of fires, search and rescue, or other emergencies
Ability to resolve user conflicts
Skilled in wilderness information and education techniques

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Skilled in training and supervision of field skills
Skilled in identifying opportunities and developing volunteer programs and partnerships
Skilled in providing support for developing and administering contracts and agreements
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of outdoor recreation management principles
Ability to issue and administer commercial service permits/authorizations if appropriate to agency
Ability to partner with researchers
Skilled in effective communication with wilderness users
Skilled in developing and using wilderness education programs and tools
Skilled in identifying research and science needs
Skilled in evaluating research and science project proposals
Skilled in using web-based wilderness resources
Ability to maintain database records
Skilled in developing and using wilderness education programs and tools

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