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Consulting Manager

Company/Location: PF Olsen Australia Ltd - Flexible Hybrid Work Arrangement

Jobs Description:

PF Olsen is Australia’s largest independent forestry services provider that has recently expanded its broader offering to include ecological services through its investment in ABZECO (https://abzeco.com.au/).

We have a vacancy for a Consulting Manager to identify, tender and close consulting opportunities to bring in new business which is in alignment with our company’s strategic direction. You will draw upon your knowledge of the forestry industry, contacts within the sector, your proven experience in sourcing new business and managing relationships. The successful candidate will have a current and an active network of relevant contacts and decision makers in the industry.

This position is available on a full-time basis and will be preferably based in Ivanhoe – Melbourne (with work from home flexibility) or may alternatively be based in any state (full time work from home).

For the right candidate, the role is also available on a part time basis with a commitment of minimum of 24 hours per week.

This is not your typical consulting position, it’s a unique opportunity for someone who constantly thinks outside the box and thrives in an environment which allows for freedom and new ideas to incubate. You will be a part of the Senior Management Team and will have an active role in decision making and strategy across the business.

Given the nature of the role you will have at least 10 years of experience in consulting within Forestry or a similar industry.

Your daily responsibilities:

  • Identify, tender, and win consulting opportunities.
  • Develop high quality, professional proposals in conjunction with the Proposal and Marketing Centre Coordinator.
  • Provide leadership support to your direct reports on a daily basis.
  • Lead and manage all consulting projects along with your team.
  • Be actively involved in Senior Management Team meetings and issues.
To succeed in this role, you need to have:
  • Proven experience in managing and maintaining key relationships.
  • Extremely strong project management ability.
  • Self-motivated and proactive with well-developed initiative to identify and pursue new opportunities.
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written), interpersonal, presentation, and organisational skills.
  • Good understanding of carbon markets, particularly those relating to commercial tree plantations and environmental plantings
  • A natural passion for forestry, land management and sustainable ways of business.
  • Ability to work autonomously and in a team environment.
  • Undergraduate qualification in Forestry (or equivalent).
In return PF Olsen offers:
  • Career development opportunities.
  • Competitive remuneration.
  • Company laptop.
  • Family friendly working environment.
  • On the job training.
  • A motivated team of people who enjoy what they do.
For more information about PF Olsen visit https://au.pfolsen.com/

PF Olsen is an equal opportunity provider.

Applications close on Friday, 23 February 2024.

For more info
Contact: Menika Kukreja
E-mail: Menika.kukreja@pfolsen.com
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Forest Management

Plantation Supervisor

Company/Location: Great Northern Plantations Pty Ltd - Northern Territory - Douglas Daly/Katherine (DIDO)

Jobs Description:

Great Northern Plantations Pty Ltd is looking to recruit a Plantation Supervisor. This position is a full-time, permanent position, primarily in Douglas Daly (NT) DIDO Darwin/Katherine.

Our team is driven by strong motivation and commitment to delivering solutions that are secure, innovative, sustainable, and value based, ensuring our clients receive the best possible service.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Plantation health, pest and weed identification and control
  • Implementing operations plan
  • Organising, scheduling and supervising silvicultural works crews
  • Fire season risk mitigation duties, prescribed burns, fire break management.
  • Ensuring WHS and Environmental compliance across all sites
  • Reporting on all activities undertaken
  • Irrigation system support and staff training
Requirements:
  • Organisational skills - ability to plan and prioritise work, meet standards and deadlines.
  • Strong knowledge of industry health safety and environmental laws, practices and ability to apply to all operations and activities
  • Excellent work ethic, and ability to consistently work within a challenging operational environment
  • Commitment to continuous improvement and learning
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Be computer literate and an ability to learn and apply new technologies.
  • Hold a current driver’s license (with no restrictions).
We offer:

Competitive salary package, career development, on the job training, the opportunity to work with a motivated team who are passionate about what they do.

If you are interested or want more information, contact Paul on (+61) 409 838 226.

To apply:

Cover letter and CV to admin@gnpnt.com.au. Application must have at least 2 referees.

For more info
Contact: Paul Walford
E-mail: admin@gnpnt.com.au
mobile: (+61) 409 838 226

Applications close: Friday, 8-Mar-2024

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Grow with us

Company/Location: HQ Plantations Pty Ltd - Queensland

Jobs Description:

Do you want to work for a business that cares about its people - for their health and wellbeing, ensuring they feel valued and respected, and that every day, everyone returns home safe? A business that cares about the Traditional Custodians of the land we now manage, our neighbours, communities and the visitors to our plantation forests.

We sustainably manage 310,000 hectares of forest throughout the state of Queensland from Passchendaele near the NSW border to Kuranda northwest of Cairns. We’re growing almost 100 million trees in Queensland, did we mention sustainably?

We currently have operational vacancies in our business, if you are wanting to make a tree change and work in the Sunshine State, please visit the Career Opportunities under “Our People” on our website www.hqplantations.com.au

For more info
Contact: Nicola Morrison
E-mail: nicola.morrison@hqplantations.com.au
Phone: (+61) 7 3882 8263
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Resources Forester
Company/Location: Koppers Wood Products Pty Ltd - Hervey Bay, Queensland

Jobs Description:

An exciting opportunity is available for a Resources Forester Supervisor to support our Round Wood Timber Manufacturing and Treatment Plant Facility in Takura, Hervey Bay.

Reporting to the Resource Manager, this role is responsible for managing the supply of raw material to the Takura Plant as well as manages and develops supply opportunities and strategies which support resource supply across KWP as required.

Key Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Manage, monitor and review the supply of raw material to the Takura Plant.
  • Ensure all forest operations comply with the relevant Safety, Environmental and Legislative requirements.
  • Actively procure raw material from private property ensuring compliance with quality, cost, delivery, environmental, safety and legislative requirements including contract negotiations with landowners.
  • Represent Koppers with timber suppliers and industry organisations in Queensland.
  • Implementing strategies for growth opportunities.
  • Support and mentor the Resources Supervisor including appropriate tasking.
  • Participate in all tender and contract supply processes.
  • Conduct Financial analysis of new supply opportunities.
  • Manage the reporting, reconciliation and verification of raw material purchases.
  • Ensure compliance with Chain of Custody (CoC).
  • Maintain safe working practices & environmental awareness whilst performing daily duties.
  • Keep abreast of forest regulations.
  • Any other duties as required.
Skills and Experience
  • Tertiary Forestry qualification or 8+ years’ experience in Forestry
  • Experience in working with contractors and landowners
  • Full Vehicle Drivers License
  • Level 2 First Aid
  • Ability to lead a team
  • Good negotiation skills
  • Computer literacy in MS Office Suite, report writing and data interpretation
  • Competent in Geographic Information Systems
  • Experience and knowledge of the industry and markets we operate in including a good understanding of the Private Native Forest rules and regulations
  • Experience in environmental planning and management
  • Experience in budget and forecast planning
  • Experience working within Chain of Custody (CoC) requirements
  • Ability to manage forest operations including safety, environmental and legislative requirements
  • Competent timber grader.
How to apply:

If this role is of interest, or you possess the skills and experience required, submit your CV with a cover letter to – chirinosd@koppers.com.au

PDF description: PD_Resources Forester (Takura)_2023.pdf

For more info
Contact: Diana Chirinos
E-mail: chirinosd@koppers.com.au
mobile: (+61) 408 160 494
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Wood Transport/Logistics

Roading Supervisor Bathurst

Company/Location: Forestry Corporation of NSW - Bathurst

Jobs Description:

Forestry Corporation of NSW (FCNSW) is the largest manager of commercial plantation and native forests in NSW. We manage more than two million hectares of forests for the environmental, economic, and social benefit of the people of NSW and Australia. We are committed to creating a diverse environment and are focused on empowering our people to use their creativity, authenticity and innovative thinking to be the champions of change now and into the future. That is why no matter who you are, we encourage you to apply for the job that’s right for you. We aim to have a workforce that reflects the diverse communities in which we work and so we strongly encourage people from all backgrounds to apply.

Why grow your career with Forestry Corporation of NSW:

At Forestry Corporation of NSW, our values are at the heart of everything that we do. We hope you share our values of:
  1. Wellbeing: Everyone home, injury free, everyday
  2. Respect: We care for country, community, and ourselves
  3. Integrity: We are honest and accountable
  4. Innovation: We challenge ourselves to think differently, be bold and continuously improve
What we can offer you:
  • Full-time, permanent position with challenging and diverse responsibilities with field-based work.
  • Located in the vibrant Bathurst region of central west NSW.
  • Collaborative team environment.
  • Great opportunity for someone who is looking to take that next step in their career with potential opportunities to join our in-house Leadership Development Program.
  • Exclusive company benefits including, Maxxia Rewards Program, an attractive leave allowance and renumeration structure.
About the role:

The Bathurst Management Area is a large and important part of the FCNSW estate, with the local infrastructure management team maintaining a significant network of roads to support the local forest industry, firefighting and recreation.

This role is responsible for the supervision of multi-disciplinary roading staff and a broad contractor base and is involved in a wide variety of activities, including:
  • Supervision and support for a team of experienced plant operators who report to them.
  • The safe operation of medium/heavy plant.
  • Ensuring the cost-effective, safe, and timely programming of road works, ongoing maintenance of forest roading infrastructure to a standard that meets harvesting, haulage, fire, stewardship, plantation stewardship and public access needs.
  • Planning and implementing Forest Operational Plans for maintenance and construction of roads and crossings.
  • Deployment of heavy plant contractors and materials, to enable efficient scheduling and completion of works.
  • Operational Compliance Monitoring of contractor performance to strict environment and safety compliance standards. Including assisting with or managing selected quarry operations.
We would love you to have:
  • Sound experience and knowledge of roading construction and maintenance operations, including a good understanding of cost/quality requirements, ideally within a forest context.
  • Understanding of, or ability to quickly learn plant production capabilities.
  • Experience in field forest operations a at grass roots or management level is desirable.
  • Experience with the operation of medium/heavy plant, including a willingness to attain or hold a Heavy Combination - HC license to shift heavy plant with a tri-axle plant trailer.
  • Ability to efficiently develop site-based plans using planning systems.
  • Ability to manage an operation according to the site-based plan.
  • Well-developed planning, supervisory and contractor management skills.
  • Well-developed communication, team building and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, Outlook.
  • Knowledge of and willingness to learn Geographic Information Systems for Mapping.
For further information about the role please contact Kobus Maree, Roading Operations Controller Bathurst on: (+61) 428 638 795

Please click here for a copy of the Position Description for this role.

Applications close: 25 FEBRUARY 2024 @ 11:59PM AEDT

For more info
Contact: Kobus Maree
E-mail: kobus.maree@fcnsw.com.au
Phone: (+61) 428 638 795
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Forest Consulting

Forestry Consultant

Company/Location: Talent ID - Rotorua

Jobs Description:

  • Be a part of a tight-knit team
  • Rotorua-based international company
  • Opportunity to develop and progress your career
Our client is an established consultancy practise providing services to a range of international clients operating in New Zealand, Australia, South Pacific Islands, Asia and South America. The company has built up an international reputation for the quality of work and client satisfaction which has driven their success. An opportunity has arisen to join this commercially focused consultancy as part of their small team based in the Rotorua office.

The key focus of this role is to provide a methodical approach, practical and implementable solutions over a range of forestry related consulting services.

Key responsibilities include:
  • Undertake consulting assignments autonomously and as a part of the wider team.
  • Undertake forest valuations
  • Maintain specific databases and information systems.
  • Manage quarterly log price survey.
  • Collate and update harvesting cost information so that information can be referenced by consultants.
  • Maintain key databases (harvesting, silviculture and conversion factor)
  • Support day to day operations, to ensure a high level of performance against key performance indicators.
  • Make and form strong lasting relationships with colleagues and clients.
Key Person Specifications include;
  • An understanding of project management, budget management and compliance against certification standards.
  • Excellent computer literacy, particularly GIS, Tigermoth and YTGEN
  • Ability to review and interpret a Woodstock valuation model.
  • Be able to identify opportunities to improve the business as a whole.
Ideally our successful candidate will have a relevant Forestry degree, being registered with NZIF would be advantageous but the employer can work with the preferred candidate towards this as well as MPI registration. You’ll have a proven track-record within the Forestry sector – ideally a minimum of 3-5 years of experience. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, along with a great attitude, work ethic, strong attention to detail and the ability to work autonomously. You will also have the ability to build and maintain key client relationships.

In return, we offer the successful candidate career progression, professional development opportunities, along with an attractive remuneration package.

Please apply with your CV and Cover Letter addressed to Kellie Hamlett, Recruitment Specialist at Talent ID Recruitment Ltd – kellie@talentid.co.nz.

Applications close 15th March 2024 and will be treated confidentially.

For more info
Contact: Kellie Hamlett
E-mail: kellie@talentid.co.nz
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Forest Management

Forest Harvesting and Engineering Manager

Company/Location: Southwood Export Ltd - Invercargill

Jobs Description:

Southwood Export Ltd (SWEL) is a forestry management, milling and export business which has proudly been in operation for more than 40 years.

The business is looking for a Forest Harvesting & Engineering Manager to join their team. Reporting to the recently appointed General Manager, you would be responsible for management of the company’s harvesting and engineering operations around the Southland region.

SWEL has a strong focus on health and safety and you would be uncompromising in your leadership, ensuring staff and contractors get home safe each day.

Other responsibilities of this key role include:

  • Supervision of contracted forest crews and their performance, ensuring production targets are achieved
  • Procurement and ongoing management of contracts
  • Oversight of construction and maintenance of roading
  • Environmental compliance
  • Financial and budget management
For success in this role you will have:
  • BEng or comparable industry experience
  • Proven experience in harvest planning and management, as well as roading experience
  • Proficiency in GIS mapping
  • Excellent organisational skills, in particular time management
  • Project management experience
  • A high level of enthusiasm and self-motivation.
With strong customer relationship and communication skills you would work effectively with our staff, contractors, clients and other stakeholders.

Invercargill is a family-friendly city with great schools and facilities. We have affordable housing and you won’t get stuck in commuter traffic. The beautiful deep South is also a great place to experience the outdoors – close to numerous beaches, world heritage Fiordland National Park, as well as ski fields, lakes and wineries. There are lots of reasons why Southland is a great lifestyle choice.

For more information and a confidential discussion about this opportunity, contact tracey@hrsouth.co.nz or apply online now. See www.swel.co.nz for more about the business.

Don’t miss this opportunity to grow your career in the forestry industry!

For more info
Contact: Tracey Wayte
E-mail: tracey@hrsouth.co.nz
Phone: (+64) 21 0833 4633

Applications close: Friday, 15-Mar-2024

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Forestry - A Resource Forester

Company/Location: NZ Carbon Farming - Auckland

Jobs Description:

Are you a forward-thinking Professional Forester looking to make a significant contribution to addressing the challenges of climate change? Join NZ Carbon Farming, a trailblazing organisation focused on carbon sequestration and long term active sustainable management of its estate to native forest. Unlike typical forestry companies, our primary objective is not tree harvesting; it's carbon capture and environmental preservation. As climate change becomes increasingly apparent, the need for skilled Foresters like you to join our team is more critical than ever.

This is a critical role within our organisation that will see you becoming the authoritative expert in carbon yield forecasting. Your experience as a Forester will enable you to understand and interpret the data from the field and ensure that the organisation has an accurate and detailed understanding of our forest estate, its current and future productivity.

This is a great opportunity to join our organisation, and with our ongoing growth will hopefully be just the beginning of your career with us.

Key Objectives:

As a Resource Forester at NZ Carbon Farming, you will:

  • Reporting to the Technical Services Manager, provide technical leadership in the measurement, monitoring and forecasting of forest growth and carbon yield from the organisation’s forest estate.
  • Provide technical leadership in the enhancement and further development of the organisation’s forest inventory and monitoring systems and field capture of data for these systems.
  • Become a recognised expert of the practical application of the Emission Trading Scheme rules and regulations in the field environment and how carbon yield is measured, reported and articulated.
  • Provide advice on and lead the use of existing and new technology in the measurement and monitoring of forest growth and carbon in the regulated market.
  • Share knowledge and practical insight on New Zealand Emission Trading Scheme rules and regulations with colleagues across the organisation.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • Tertiary qualification (minimum bachelors’ level), in forestry or closely related field with a focus on biological management
  • Prior experience in growth modelling and forest inventory management
  • Experience, ideally 5+ years but would definitely consider less for the right person
  • Enjoy getting out into the field on a regular basis to ensure that you to have a thorough understanding of our forest estate and build strong working relationships with our field staff
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Applied user of GIS systems and experience with python
  • Due to the nature of our forest estate, good level of physical fitness is essential for this role.
Why Choose NZ Carbon Farming:
  • Join an organisation committed to addressing climate change and preserving the environment for future generations.
  • Be part of a dynamic and responsive team that sets challenging goals and seizes opportunities for positive change.
  • Contribute to the largest provider of carbon credits in Australasia, playing a crucial role in New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme.
  • Collaborate with local communities, nurseries, and professionals to create sustainable long term forests that also proved carbon value opportunities.
  • Work in an organisation that values professionalism, passion, and talent, fostering a rewarding and purpose-driven work environment.
  • If you're ready to make a career move that aligns with your values and aspirations, join NZ Carbon Farming and be a driving force in the fight against climate change.
Overview of NZ Carbon Farming:

New Zealand Carbon Farming is one of the biggest contributors to New Zealand’s climate change response. Our mission is clear: to grow trees that preserve the planet for future generations.

With a focus on the 'right tree in the right place,' we draw upon over four decades of local research in our implementation of a native forest regeneration strategy across our vast estate. We utilize pine trees as a protective nurse crop for the long term transition to a native forest, creating biodiverse native environments for the long term, all while maximizing short-term carbon capture.

Our organisation plays a pivotal role in providing carbon credits for New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme, serving as the largest provider of carbon credits in Australasia. We collaborate closely with iwi, farmers, forest owners, and landowners, forging lease partnerships that not only contribute to carbon credit supply but also offer an additional income stream for stakeholders.

New Zealand Carbon Farming actively invests in regional economies, supporting local nurseries, forest establishment services, and employing local talent to manage and maintain our trees and land.

We are a New Zealand owned enterprise and was established by like-minded people who wanted to make a meaningful difference to the global climate crisis. As the organisation has grown, it has attracted a growing team of professional, passionate and talented people who love the idea of going to work to directly help the environment.

Operating in a dynamic and evolving regulatory environment, we set ambitious goals and

For more info
Contact: Mark Charles
E-mail: mark@humanlogix.co.nz
Phone: (+64) 21 722 879
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Forestry - GIS Analyst

Company/Location: NZ Carbon Farming - Auckland

Jobs Description:

We’re looking for an experienced GIS Analyst with programming skills, or a desire to learn programming, to join our Auckland team. We are keen to talk to candidates with at least 3 years’ professional experience who are considering a new challenge and would like to make a significant contribution in the fight against climate change.

Role Overview:

As an experienced GIS Analyst in our team, you play a pivotal role that touches nearly all parts of the business from initial analysis determining suitability of parcels of land, assisting Land Managers with all operational planning, as well as ongoing data capture from the field, and assessment for the Emissions Trading Scheme.

Due to the seasonal nature of their business operations the demands on the GIS team change throughout the year and gives them the opportunity and periods of time to focus on the ongoing development of their systems. Our organisation utilises QGIS and open source software to better enable us to develop the perfect tools/system for our organisation.

We’re a trailblazing organisation focused on carbon sequestration and sustainable indigenous forest estates. Unlike typical forestry companies, our primary objective is not tree harvesting; it's carbon capture and environmental preservation. As climate change becomes increasingly apparent, the need for skilled GIS Analyst like you to join our team is more critical than ever.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • a strong tertiary qualification in Environmental Science, Geography or GIS or closely related field with a focus on geo spatial applications
  • 3+ years GIS experience
  • strong experience with mature enterprise databases, and strong data management skills
  • advanced user of GIS systems
  • experience with: ArcGIS/QGIS, SQL, PostGIS or R/Python
  • strong stakeholder management experience
  • exceptional analytical capability
  • advanced skills in Microsoft office including Excel
  • a willingness to take initiative, deal with issues never presented before
  • outstanding planning capability with a strong eye for detail along with the ability to be flexible when required.
Overview of NZ Carbon Farming:
  • New Zealand Carbon Farming is one of the biggest contributors to New Zealand’s climate change response. Our mission is clear: to grow trees that preserve the planet for future generations.
  • With a focus on the 'right tree in the right place,' we draw upon over four decades of local research in our implementation of a native forest regeneration strategy across our vast estate. We utilize pine trees as a protective nurse crop for the long term transition to a native forest, creating biodiverse native environments for the long term, all while maximizing short-term carbon capture.
  • Our organisation plays a pivotal role in providing carbon credits for New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme, serving as the largest provider of carbon credits in Australasia. We collaborate closely with iwi, farmers, forest owners, and landowners, forging lease partnerships that not only contribute to carbon credit supply but also offer an additional income stream for stakeholders.
  • New Zealand Carbon Farming actively invests in regional economies, supporting local nurseries, forest establishment services, and employing local talent to manage and maintain our trees and land.
  • We are a New Zealand owned enterprise and was established by like-minded people who wanted to make a meaningful difference to the global climate crisis. As the organisation has grown, it has attracted a growing team of professional, passionate and talented people who love the idea of going to work to directly help the environment.
  • Operating in a dynamic and evolving regulatory environment, we set ambitious goals and seize opportunities to effect meaningful improvements to the climate and the environment.
Why Choose NZ Carbon Farming:
  • Join an organisation committed to addressing climate change and preserving the environment for future generations.
  • Be part of a dynamic and responsive team that sets challenging goals and seizes opportunities for positive change.
  • Contribute to the largest provider of carbon credits in Australasia, playing a crucial role in New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme.
  • Work in an organisation that values professionalism, passion, and talent, fostering a rewarding and purpose-driven work environment.
  • If you're ready to make a career move that aligns with your values and aspirations, join NZ Carbon Farming and be a driving force in the fight against climate change.
Application Process:

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and qualifications by Sunday 17th March or call Mark Charles on (+64) 21 722 879

Join us at NZ Carbon Farming and make a lasting impact on the environment while advancing your skills and career in GIS.

For more info
Contact: Mark Charles
E-mail: mark@humanlogix.co.nz
Phone: (+64) 21 722 879
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Forestry - Quantitative Forest Ecologist/Modeller

Company/Location: NZ Carbon Farming - Auckland

Jobs Description:

We’re looking for an experienced Forest Ecologist with a strong quantitative/modelling skillset to join our Auckland team. We are keen to talk to candidates with at least 5 years’ professional experience who are considering a new challenge and would like to make a significant contribution in addressing the challenges of climate change.

Role Overview

This newly created position will play an integral role in the ongoing design and enhancement of NZ Carbon Farming’s Forest Transition Management (exotic nurse crop to native forest) system. Join NZ Carbon Farming, a trailblazing organisation focused on carbon sequestration and long term active sustainable management of its estate to native forest. Unlike typical forestry companies, our primary objective is not tree harvesting; it's carbon capture and environmental preservation. As climate change becomes increasingly apparent, the need for skilled Ecologists like you to join our team is more critical than ever.

Key Objectives:

As a Quantitative Forest Ecologist at NZ Carbon Farming, you will:

  • Reporting to the Head of Geospatial Strategy and Forest Ecology, assist with the ongoing design of, and enhancement of, the organization’s Forest Transition Models
  • Lead the enhanced parametrization, analysis, and evaluation of the Forest Transition Models
  • Apply ecological principles of forest dynamic to real life situations, considering trade-offs and constraints.
  • Assist on the integration of NZCF Forest Monitoring System into the dynamic models.
  • Be part of the team focused on leveraging model behaviours and outputs to inform specific forest management interventions.
  • Integrate Forest Ecology theory with practical forest management.
Qualifications and Requirements:
  • An advanced tertiary qualification (MSc minimum) in Land/Biological/Forest Ecology Management discipline
  • Experience in the design and development of dynamic, spatially explicit models. Experience with STELLA and/or SORTIE is desired
  • Experience with coding and programming languages (i.e. R, Python)
  • Proficient in statistical analysis
  • Familiar with GIS and remote sensing
Overview of NZ Carbon Farming:
  • New Zealand Carbon Farming is one of the biggest contributors to New Zealand’s climate change response. Our mission is clear: to grow trees that preserve the planet for future generations.
  • With a focus on the 'right tree in the right place,' we draw upon over four decades of local research in our implementation of a native forest regeneration strategy across our vast estate. We utilize pine trees as a protective nurse crop for the long term transition to a native forest, creating biodiverse native environments for the long term, all while maximizing short-term carbon capture.
  • Our organisation plays a pivotal role in providing carbon credits for New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme, serving as the largest provider of carbon credits in Australasia. We collaborate closely with iwi, farmers, forest owners, and landowners, forging lease partnerships that not only contribute to carbon credit supply but also offer an additional income stream for stakeholders.
  • New Zealand Carbon Farming actively invests in regional economies, supporting local nurseries, forest establishment services, and employing local talent to manage and maintain our trees and land.
  • We are a New Zealand owned enterprise and was established by like-minded people who wanted to make a meaningful difference to the global climate crisis. As the organisation has grown, it has attracted a growing team of professional, passionate and talented people who love the idea of going to work to directly help the environment.
  • Operating in a dynamic and evolving regulatory environment, we set ambitious goals and seize opportunities to effect meaningful improvements to the climate and the environment.
Why Choose NZ Carbon Farming:
  • Join an organisation committed to addressing climate change and preserving the environment for future generations.
  • Be part of a dynamic and responsive team that sets challenging goals and seizes opportunities for positive change.
  • Contribute to the largest provider of carbon credits in Australasia, playing a crucial role in New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme.
  • Work in an organisation that values professionalism, passion, and talent, fostering a rewarding and purpose-driven work environment.
  • If you're ready to make a career move that aligns with your values and aspirations, join NZ Carbon Farming and be a driving force in the fight against climate change.
Application Process:

To apply for this position, please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and qualifications by Sunday 17th March or call Mark Charles on (+64) 21 722 879

Join us at NZ Carbon Farming and make a lasting impact on the environment while advancing your career in ecology.

For more info
Contact: Mark Charles
E-mail: mark@humanlogix.co.nz
Phone: (+64) 21 722 879
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Forestry Harvesting

Harvest Manager

Company/Location: PF Olsen - Rotorua & Marlborough

Jobs Description:

At PF Olsen we believe that it is our people that makes the difference. We believe we are in charge of our own destiny and live our vision of optimising the value of forestry for a better future. Our teams constantly challenge the status quo and work to find new and innovative ways to be better at all we do.

With 52 years of experience behind us, we have become New Zealand’s most trusted forestry services provider. We have grown some of the industry’s most talented people, from forest and harvesting managers to planning and environmental consultants.

What we are looking for

An experienced Harvest Manager or Harvest Supervisor looking to step up. You will be reporting to our Senior Harvest Manager - CNI Harvesting, in this role you will be responsible for overseeing and managing the day-to-day operations of harvest planning, engineering, harvesting and distribution. You will build excellent relationships with our clients and contractors, ensuring compliance in terms of Health & Safety, Wellbeing, Environmental, Quality and Financial performance.

About You

Enthusiasm, energy, integrity, and a growth mindset are important qualities we look for in our people. Ideally you will hold a tertiary qualification in Forestry or related degree and a minimum of 5 years' relevant experience. You will possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to build strong relationships, have sound commercial acumen and a solid understanding of translating strategic goals into operational plans.

What is on Offer

You will reap the rewards of being part of the wider PF Olsen company, while enjoying the close-knit, down to earth, ‘non corporate yet still professional’ team that is CNI Harvesting.

In addition to a fantastic working environment, and an attractive remuneration package, other benefits include - Life and Income Protection Insurance, Medical and Dental Insurance, full private use of vehicle, training and ongoing professional development, Employee Assistance Program, and fun social events.

To apply for this role, please submit your application to HR.NZ@pfolsen.com. All applications will be treated confidentially.

*Please note that applications for this role will be reviewed as and when they are received, so don’t hesitate to register your interest.

PF Olsen is proud to be a drug-free workplace and applicants must agree to pre-employment and random drug testing.

Applicants must already be eligible to work in New Zealand.

For more info
E-mail: HR.NZ@pfolsen.com
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Wood Processing/Manufacturing

Sawmill Production Supervisor

Company/Location: Croft Pole Distributors Ltd - Whangarei, Northland

Jobs Description:

Croft Pole Distributors Ltd is an independent and family-owned business that has operated for over 100 years, producing and supplying a wide range of sawn timber and Roundwood products into both the domestic and export markets. We have branches in both Whangarei and Auckland.

We are seeking an experienced person to take on a critical Sawmilling Leadership role, steering our sawmilling and sawdoctoring team. The successful applicant must be an enthusiastic, excellent communicator who will ensure that quality and safety standards are at their highest. They would also need to be able to happily fit in with and lead the existing sawmilling team, be able to self-motivate and motivate others, have great attention to detail and have experience with Sawdoctoring.

Applicants for this position would also need to have NZ Residency or a valid NZ Work Permit, hold a New Zealand Driver’s License and be able to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test.

For more info
Contact: Audrey Bridgman
E-mail: audrey@croftpoles.co.nz
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