Develop and coordinate planning and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation on a landscape basis, to address potential and future energy related actions, management actions identified in the implementation phase of existing Land Use Plans and other resource proposals. The incumbent will conduct field examinations on proposed surface disturbing actions, such as Applications for Permits to Drill and rights-of-way that may affect other resources. The incumbent will be responsible for documenting their findings and making management recommendations for inclusion into NEPA documents for the purpose of mitigation. The incumbent will also be responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing appropriate management actions that address various surface disturbing activities which will lead to meeting the objectives of the Healthy Lands Initiative. The Office staff consists of a variety of specialists including environmental protection specialists, wildlifebiologists, archaeologists, realty specialists, geologists, petroleum engineers, mining engineers, and legal instruments examiners. Coordination and cooperation among these various resource interests is essential to effective Field Office operations. Because of the BLM's multiple-use mission, relations with the various customers are often uneasy and require maximum diplomacy and negotiating skills. Develops and evaluates mitigating measures to ensure proper surface protection, particularly for Sensitive/T&E species in accordance with Resource Management Plans.