The World Forestry Center is seeking a Professional Programs Coordinator who is a dynamic, highly organized, people-oriented coordinator to support the programs of the World Forest Institute (WFI). The job entails administrative support for the International Fellowship Program, organizing professional conferences and convenings on natural resource issues, and coordinating special projects. A candidate must have a Bachelor's degree and preferred experience in, or knowledge of forestry and environmental issues, and working with people from all cultures.
Washington State University – Southwest WA Forest Stewardship Educator: Thurston, Lewis, Pacific, Cowlitz, Mason, Jefferson, Grays Harbor, and Wahkiakum Counties with a focus on the Chehalis River Basin Lowlands.
Harvest Supervisor position with Quinault Indian Nation
This is a full-time position located in Goshen, Oregon and part of our dispatching staff within the Oregon Log Transportation division. This dispatcher position will be expected to rotate through the schedule with the other dispatchers to identify and implement the best and most cost-effective methods to transport logs using dispatching software. Schedules will include start times ranging from 4 AM to 12 PM. This will change as our transition to computer dispatch is completed.
About Our Timberlands Business
Our operations in Coos Bay, Oregon has an opening for a qualified Forester. The safe and efficient growing of commercial forests for harvest, in an environmentally and economically sound manner, is the core of this role. The position reports to the Coos Bay Area Manager, with additional accountabilities to the Regional Forester for silvicultural activities in the area. It is a full-time, exempt position. Salary level is dependent on skills and experience.
This role reports to the Snow Peak Area Manager and is a part of the team providing planning and management activities in the surrounding land base, with the area office based out of Lebanon, OR. This is a full-time, exempt position, with salary level dependent on skills and experience.
Mark timber, traverse harvest units, cut unit boundaries and conduct basic tree measurements. Arduous work required. Forestry Tech (Timber Sale Prep), GS-0462-05, Darrington 17- TEMP-R6-0462-5TSP-DT Contact: John Kirby (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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