$3,668 - $7,013 monthly
The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection’s (CAL FIRE’s) Resource Management Climate and Energy Program represents the Department on climate change and forest bioenergy topics and manages funds from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction fund allocated to the Department for grant programs. Under the close supervision of the Forestry and Fire Protection Administrator, and in close coordination with other Climate & Energy team members, the incumbent performs the following duties: *Perform preliminary quantitative assessment of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) impacts and benefits associated with land management activities (e.g. fuel reduction, pest management, forest conservation, reforestation, and biomass utilization) funded or implemented by CAL FIRE under the Climate Change Investment (CCI), Prescribed Fire, and other Department programs. *Use established methodologies and models for the initial evaluation of the net GHG impact (emissions and sequestration) of individual projects, including forest growth and yield modeling and fire behavior and effects modeling. *Collaborate with project proponents, grant awardees and Department staff on acquisition and analysis of project data. *Calculate, summarize and assist in presenting results for internal and external reporting using existing tools and methods. *Work with other science staff in research and development of new methodologies and tools for better evaluating GHG impacts of various land management activities. Work with California Air Resources Board (CARB) and other partners to improve the Forest Health Quantitative Methods (QM).
$3,512 - $5,439 monthly
San Diego County
Under the direct supervision by the Unit Chief with general direction provided by the Research Data Analyst II, the Research Data Analyst I will perform the following duties: *Implement new/modified user processes/systems, design and develop new Geographic Information System (GIS) applications and install/testing GIS and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) software systems. *Research and verify missing street segments, address changes, new streets and changes to response areas. *Monitor quality and progress of applications/systems. *Coordinate development, maintenance and implementation of new or ongoing CAD/GIS applications and relevant street layer information. *Work with other personnel to prepare periodic map updates. *Create, print, and publish maps containing call stats, geographical boundaries, call history, and other dispatch call related information as needed. *Prepare hardcopy and digital maps illustrating high-risk communities, evacuation route planning, and strategic planning. *Utilize GIS based web services such as ArcGIS Online (AGOL); develop, maintain, and support AGOL feature services, web mapping application design, and creation. *Formulate database queries and design reports to provide statistical analysis and department management reports as requested. *Maintain standards for CAD configurations and maintenance. *Modify CAD software; customize business application/interfaces. *Conduct CAD systems analysis and design of business/dispatch processes involving evaluation of current/proposed information and business process flow, and available/emerging technology. *Manage various aspects of the computer systems used in GIS, including installing and maintaining specialized software and file systems, data back-ups, and troubleshooting the system. *Provide customer support, training and problem analysis for software applications. *During emergency incidents, provide GIS expertise in support of the Department’s mission.
$4,975 - $6,542 monthly
San Diego County Fair, Jimmy Durante Boulevard, Del Mar, CA, USA
Under general supervision by the Battalion Chief of the Emergency Command Center (ECC) and direction by the Fire Captain for the Emergency Command Center (Duty Officer), the Telecommunications Systems Analyst II performs the following duties: *Organize inspections, repair or replace as needed Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), and San Diego County Fire that are Schedule A and Dispatch Contract Owned communications systems. This shall include all radio systems (fire station, mobile, portable handheld transceivers (HT), vaults, towers and Remote Automatic Weather Stations (RAWS), microwave circuits, telephone and data networks, building low voltage infrastructure. *Receive and act on scheduled assignments from Unit ECC Chief. *Manage yearly radio load creation and programming implementation and coordination in close coordination with Office of Emergency Services (OES) Public Safety Communication (PSC) and San Diego County Sheriffs Wireless/Regional Communications System (RCS) staff. *Responsible for maintaining gate electronics, security cameras and door locks. *Assist in the development and organization of documentation needed for management, operation, and maintenance of CAL FIRE communication “systems”. *Documentation shall include radio frequency use agreements, vault use agreements, Federal Communication Commission (FCC) licenses, diagrams, leases equipment maintenance records, and network maps describing radio systems, microwave circuits, telephone and data networks. *Develop, prepare and present training programs to MVU personnel to ensure end users understand the capabilities and operations of existing and new communications equipment and systems. *Assists with procurement and documentation of cellular phones and accessories is complete. *Responsible for organizing cellular plans. *Maintains record of all phones and where they are located for audit purposes.