Forester

Mt Adams Resource Stewards

About the organization

Mt. Adams Resource Stewards mission is to promote sustainable connections between the land, local economies, and rural communities in the Mt. Adams Region.

Duties

Seeking 2-3 exceptionally motivated and technically skilled foresters/forestry technicians to work closely with the US Forest Service in expanding a growing partnership on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest(GPNF). The successful candidate(s)will work with MARS and GPNF staff to expand field capacity in support of the US Forest Service’s stewardship and timber sale program by assisting with pre-sale/sale preparation, sale administration and stand exam tasks primarily on national forest system lands.

Qualifications

Practical and successful experience as a field forester/forestry technician that demonstrates knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform tasks described above;
•Familiarity with public lands management, especially US Forest Service stewardship and timber sale programs;
•Excellent work ethic in support of meeting program tasks and deliverables;
•Strong communication skills, including writing abilities,that can support constructive and positive collaborations with project partners and other staff;
•Willingness to endure potentially strenuous work in the field under adverse weather conditions;
•Two-or four-year college degree in relevant field such as forestry,natural resource management, etc.

Salary

21-25/hr

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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