Hardwood; Forestry; Fisheries and Forestry; Cairns
$73,336 to $80,407 per annum
SENIOR FOREST RANGER – AO4
Be part of a team that works in sites throughout Queensland liaising with key clients and stakeholders to plan, authorise, undertake and monitor field operations associated with the State’s management of the sale of native timber and quarry products.
We are looking for tech savvy people who enjoy working outdoors and being in the bush, who bring relevant practical and professional skills and are willing to travel to different operational sites around Queensland as part of their work and are able to complete associated office based electronic reports, plans and requests to a high level.
Self-starters who are comfortable working independently as well as working as a member of a team and who enjoy getting things done will be successful in this role.
Senior Forest Rangers work extensively with clients in carrying out their day to day activities and communicate effectively with a wide range of different people from different backgrounds. They use their initiative to resolve practical problems working with customers and in the field. When not in the field, they work with colleagues to plan and monitor work activities and implement improvements to work procedures and practices. Senior Forest Rangers exercise key delegations acting within policies and procedures underpinned by legislation.
Existing knowledge of relevant forest operations procedures, codes/standards, legislation, requirements and/or training is essential for this role.
There is access to learning and development opportunities including organisational training and associated assessment.
The role requirements are outlined in the Role Description. Please refer to this and our associated applicant information.
For further information about this position and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au
As an essential industry in Australia during this COVID-19 crisis we are looking for an experienced machinist able to set up and operate multi head high speed moulding machines.
Established in 1995 to process timber for the domestic market has over the years placed this company at the forefront in Australian production.
The applicant should be able to work as part of a team and have an eye to quality and safety.
We welcome your response to this full time/permanent position and offer in return all the best benefits for your long term employment in Australia's timber industry as the country gears up to recover from this difficult period.
Due to an impending retirement a full-time role has arisen in our office in Blenheim. Contributing to a team involved in providing forest management services to a range of clients throughout New Zealand, the job is an analytical role with a focus on Forest Estate Modelling, Valuations, resource assessment, carbon, feasibility studies, and market analysis.
Operating forest planning model Tigermoth to support owners strategic and operational plans
Responsible for debugging and testing models to ensure that models are technically correct and efficiently designed.
Due to growing client portfolios a significant amount of time will be spent on Forest valuation and due diligence projects
Preparation of reports summarising and comparing results from models to meet client’s objectives
Carbon Analysis and analysing clients ETS position
Consideration will be given to applicants with:
A tertiary qualification in forestry with a minimum of 5 years commercial forestry experience.
Sound understanding of the New Zealand forestry sectors.
Demonstrated abilities in data analysis. Experience with commonly used forestry software such as ArcGIS, Atlas Forecaster, YTGEN, MARVL, Woodstock & Tigermoth.
Understanding and experience with financial modelling
Excellent communication and technical report writing and editing skills in English
Knowledge of forest operations including planning, establishment, silviculture and production.
Proven ability to multi-task and meet multiple deadlines with Strong attention to detail.
Be self-motivating, confident and enthusiastic about working in a team position with a variety of work and responsibilities.
If you are looking for the lifestyle choice of living in Marlborough, which boasts 20% of New Zealand’s coastline and 2400 sunshine hours per year, with continued career advancement then this is the role for you.
All applicants must have current eligibility to work in New Zealand.