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Assnt Dir Land & Water Resources
As an Assistant Director Land and Water Resources, you would oversee the Soil and Water Conservation Section of the Division; perform policy analysis for Soil and Water Conservation Committee programs; assist the Director in evaluating district activities, programs and projects to ensure compliance with land and water policies, procedures, State Conservation District Law, and contract provisions; provide technical and program assistance to the NYS Soil and Water Conservation Committee and related programs; oversee spending plans, program planning, and budgeting activities for land and water programs; and perform the full range of supervisory duties such as developing, training, and evaluating staff.
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Please note: qualifications for this position may be subject to change. If substitutions for education and/or experience are allowed, this information would be available on the announcement.
Non-competitive: Bachelors degree in agronomy, agricultural business management, agricultural engineering, agricultural science, animal science, conservation biology, environmental engineering, environmental studies, environmental science, environmental conservation, plant science, forestry, geography, public administration, or a related field; and six years of experience in agricultural, environmental, soil and water conservation, or natural resource management. One year of the experience must have been in an administrative position with supervisory responsibilities for program and professional staff. A masters degree in the above fields may substitute for two years of the general experience.
An examination is not used to fill this title. You must meet the minimum qualifications of the title in order to be considered for this position. You must apply directly to the agency or agencies that have this title.
Career mobility is not just limited to the titles in the Career Ladder, above. Additional movement may be achieved through other examinations, additional education and/or work experience. For additional information or clarification, current State employees should contact the Career Mobility Office. Visit ELMS Online to view established open-competitive, promotion, and transition eligible lists. If you are not a current New York State employee, see Employment Opportunities with New York State and find out how to become a New York State employee.