TIDC Dispatch Area Preparedness

Current Indices – 08/23/19  1700

FDRA

ERC

BI

Staffing Level

Prep Level

FDR

Forecast ERC Forecast BI
Teton 49 47 3 HI 3 01-3 FDR Image High.png 47 49
Wind 52 40 3 HI 3 01-3 FDR Image High.png 50 50
Wyoming 64 52 4 3
  01-4 FDR Image Very High.png       
63 73

ERC = Energy Release Component, BI = Burning Index, SL = Staffing Level, Prep Level/PL = Preparedness Level, FDR = Fire Danger Rating,

Fuels/Fire Danger page

 

The Greys River, Big Piney, and Kemmerer ranger districts, including the Wyoming and Salt River Ranges, of the Bridger-Teton National Forest have moved to “very high” fire danger. The remainder of the Teton Interagency area remains “high” fire danger.

2020SeasonalOutreach.jpg

The Bridger-Teton National Forest will be hiring seasonal positions for the 2020 summer season starting September 17, 2019 through September 30, 2019, midnight, Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Applicants must apply to the module vacancy by selecting the specific Duty Station in USAjobs. You must have your completed application submitted by midnight EST(Eastern Standard Time) of the closing date of the vacancy. The Forest may fill up to 19 wildland fire positions, including: helitack, engines, fire module and fire cache. Housing may be available at some duty stations. More information on these positions may be found at www.tetonfires.com.

More than one position may be filled for each job announcement listed below. These positions will be temporary, not to exceed 1039 hours. All positions will be advertised on USAJOBS, www.usajobs.gov.

2020 Summer Seasonal Fire Position Outreach

 

Wildland and Prescribed Fire Map

Box Creek

43.9022, -110.278333
Wildland Fire

Darwin Fire

43.424444, -110.201667
Wildland Fire

Museum Fire

43.523, -110.7493
Wildland Fire

Skull Lake

42.8068, -109.2891
Wildland Fire

Flat Creek

43.51511, -110.5126
Wildland Fire

Boulder Lake*

42.85445, -109.7041
Wildland Fire

Coburn

43.281, -110.9151
Wildland Fire