Forest Engineer, Rayonier

Description

This position requires the understanding of harvest unit layout, logging road design, and fish passage culvert design. Fundamental understanding of road maintenance. Familiar with the Washington Forest Practice Act. Basic knowledge of land surveying law and procedures.  SFI compliance protecting water quality and soils, wildlife, to ensure long term forest productivity, aesthetics, and compliance with all forest practice laws relative to timber harvest, and road construction and maintenance.  

Required Qualifications

  • BS Degree in forest engineering, or related field or equivalent experience
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with internal and external contacts
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Strong analytical skills, with a working knowledge of GIS, Roadeng, and basic Windows programs such as Excel and Word
  • A strong commitment to safety

Rayonier is committed to maintaining a drug free work environment that promotes diversity and is free of discrimination.

Roads Engineer or Natural Resource Engineer 1 In-Training, WA DNR,

LOCATION: Forks, Washington - if you like the idea of living on the edge of one of the world’s most spectacular rainforests, overlooked by snow-capped mountains and lined by a magnificent, rugged coast, this is the place for you! www.forkswa.com

CLOSES:  30 May 2017     Note: Recruitment may be extended after 30 May depending on the quantity and quality of the application pool.

Olympic Region is actively seeking a Forest Engineer for the Forest Roads Program. The duty station is in Forks Washington in the Olympic Rain Forest. It rains here but, does not limit outdoor activities which are plentiful; fishing, hunting, and hiking our scenic mountains or beautiful coast line right in the back yard! Qualifying experience for the Professional Engineer License may be signed off on for engineers with the EIT.

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Civil Engineer / Forester - BLM, Tillimook, OR

Bureau of Land Management  CIVIL ENGINEER/FORESTER GS-0810/0460 INTERDISCIPLINARY POSITION

The incumbent will serve as a forest engineer in the Tillamook Field Office. The forest engineer may be required to perform as project manager for teams of other forest engineers, engineers, or foresters involved in routine forest engineering, engineering, or forest management work. Work involves design, survey, preparation and administration of construction, service, supply contracts, forest sale planning, and forest timber sale preparation and administration, and road right-of-way assignments. The forest engineer serves as a workgroup member for the engineering and forest planning and timber sale preparation team. He/she performs work with sale planning and layout, logging systems, road layout, road condition assessments for engineering packages, long-range forest management planning, and interdisciplinary team (IDT)/Environmental Assessment(EA)work for either the timber or engineering departments. Prepares and updates Transportation Management Objectives(TMOs)and maintains road inventory records in the Facility Asset Management System (FAMMS). He/she will also be involved with an extensive Reciprocal Right of Way(RROW)program associated with timber sale implementation and requests from our RROW partners.

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Research Engineer - USFS, Auburn, AL

This Research Engineer position is located at the G.W. Andrews Forestry Sciences Lab on the Forest Operations Research Work Unit of the Southern Research Station in Auburn, Alabama. The Forest Operations Research Work Unit’s mission is ‘to provide the science and technology necessary for economically and ecologically viable forest operations for sustainable forest management’.  The Unit operates under the broader Science Area of Forest Values, Uses and Policies within the Southern Research Station.

The incumbent for this position will initiate and conduct basic and applied research activities in support of the Forest Operations Research Work Unit.

Candidates being considered for this research position should provide a list of publications for which you have been an author, co-author, or contributor. If providing curriculum vitae, please incorporate all resume requirements identified in the REQUIRED DOCUMENTS section of this announcement, or submit a supplemental resume which includes all information required in addition to the curriculum vitae.

This is a research position and is classified under the scientist career plan. Research scientists have open-ended promotion potential. Research accomplishments and their impact on the duties and responsibilities of positions are evaluated periodically. The grade level is limited only by the individual's demonstrated ability to perform research of recognized importance to science and technology. Final grade level may be determined by a peer review panel.

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