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White River National Forest looks for a diversity and inclusion specialist

A White River National Forest sign is pictured in Frisco on March 27.
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The White River National Forest has created a partnership coordinator position focused on diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in order to better serve Spanish-speaking and other underserved communities.

Specifically, the specialist will work with U.S. Forest Service employees, the public and partners to ensure that Forest Service staff is effectively reaching underserved communities.

The position is permanent, and the chosen candidate can work anywhere in the White River National Forest community, such as Carbondale, Dillon, Glenwood Springs, Meeker, Minturn or Rifle.

The ideal candidate should be proficient in speaking, reading and translating Spanish, according to the job posting.

The application will be open from Sept. 6-16 at USAJobs.gov. Applicants with questions can contact 970-963-2266.

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