Forestry Field Operations Supervisor #5041

City: Burns Lake, British Columbia


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Are you looking for a career with a company who treats you like an individual rather than a number? Is your sense of responsibility equal to your sense of adventure? It's time to live the life you want, away from the corporate grind and out where you can see the impact you make everyday.

Our client is a family-owned lumber business who has successfully weathered the storms of the last 50 years. They have mills across the west coast of North America and pride themselves on being stable, respectful members of the communities they serve. As they continue to grow, they are seeking an experienced Field Operations Supervisor for their new operations in their Burns Lake, BC operations.

Your main tasks will include:
- Overseeing and supervising logging and road construction as well as maintenance contractors.
- Implementing company wide safety, environmental and forest certification plans.
- Ensuring that government regulations are met.
- Being responsible for liaison with Government, community and First Nation community.
- Managing monthly and annual work scheduling and corresponding budget preparation.
- Negotiating on Contractor rates for logging and road maintenance contracts.
- Assisting in coordinating forestry and silviculture activities.
- Carrying out any other similar tasks.

If you are ready to take on new challenges, we would like to meet you!

Some of the benefits include:
- Dynamic and team-oriented environment.
- Career advancement opportunity.
- Excellent compensation and benefits packages.

- Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in Forestry or a closely related natural resource field.
- Registered (or eligible for registration) as a Forest Professional with the Association of BC Forest Professionals.
- Minimum 5 years of relevant field experience.
- Proficient in basic business and forestry software.
- Interpersonal and communication skills.
- Must be able to work independently and in a team environment.
- A sound understanding of what is fundamentally required for safe, productive and environmentally effective forest operations.

The ideal candidate will:
- Be an efficient leader.
- Have proven analytical, organizational and project management skills.
- Take initiative.

Salary: $85,000 to $100,000 per year based on experience
Schedule: Day shift, Monday to Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Status: Permanent

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