The Fire Director represents state forestry organizations within the interagency wildland fire community and at the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC). Serves on national groups and committees, including the National Multi-Agency Coordinating Group (NMAC) and the National Wildfire Coordinating Group Working (NWCG). Provides primary staff support to the NASF Wildland Fire Committee. Assists with mobilizing state fire resources at high preparedness levels. Recommends state actions and responses to emerging operational situations. Serves as the primary fire policy and communications advisor to NASF leadership and staff.
The Fire Director is expected to be in attendance at the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) office in Boise, Idaho for at a minimum five (5) days per month and on a continuous basis when the National Fire Danger Planning Level is at Planning Level four (4) or five (5). Otherwise the Fire Director may work remotely and be based anywhere in the United States. Frequent travel is required.
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