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Silviculture Supervisor

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Full Time
A month ago

We are currently seeking a Silviculture Surveying Supervisor to join our team for our BC operations.

Rate:

$250.00-$350.00 per day (rate based on experience and qualifications). 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Conduct silviculture surveys (generally May/June/September/October),
  • Layout for forestry crop release management operations (July/August),
  • Implementation of forestry crop release management operations (August),
  • Planting and manual brushing (crop release) quality,
  • Vegetation management contract implementation,
  • Operation of 4WD trucks and ATV’s, and,
  • Shift work, typically 10-on-4-off, dependent upon location and contract logistics.
  • Ensure compliance on all OH&S related aspects
  • Ensure Spectrum policies are followed,
  • First point of contact for field techs,
  • Assist Project Manager and Human Resources with hiring and personnel resource requirements, such as:
  • Assist Project Manager with pre-season set-up of online shared documents, GPS and iPad devices and budget tracking sheets,
  • Deliver and assist Project Manager with in-house job training and external training coordination,
  • Prepare daily/weekly/monthly work plans for the crew,
  • Work with crews on sites daily (expectation is 80% minimum field based). Assist crews with daily operations (incl. data collection),
  • Assist Project Manager with project reports,
  • Responsible for overall data/site quality assurance,
  • Daily communication with crew and clients, and
  • Enter and review payroll for self and crew

Requirements:

  • Accreditation as a Silviculture Surveyor
  • Registered or eligible to enroll within the ABCFP,
  • Must have a valid driver's license and clean driver's abstract,
  • Occupational first aid level 1 first aid and transportation endorsement certs considered an asset
  • Proficiency with Avenza, SNAP, Survey Wizard, and MS Office is considered a strong asset

Candidates should possess the following qualities:

  • Safety focused,
  • Passion for Forestry and working outdoors,
  • Good time management and organizational skills, and,
  • Can work effectively in both team environments and independently.

Benefits:

  • A fun and collaborative work environment,
  • Industry leading pay,
  • Full time work with opportunities for immediate advancement, and,
  • Competitive compensation package.

Job Types: Permanent full-time, or seasonal (4–6-month terms).


Job description- Silviculture Surveying Supervisor

Spectrum Resource Group Inc. is the vegetation management solutions provider of choice in Western Canada. What distinguishes Spectrum from its competitors is its diverse and highly experienced workforce of professionals using an integrated approach from across disciplines. We provide innovative and effective work solutions to resource and vegetation management issues.

Spectrum Resource Group Inc. provides equal opportunity for employment and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. Spectrum is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.

All employment decisions at Spectrum Resource Group are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, genetic characteristics, disability and conviction for an offence for which a pardon has been granted or in respect of which a record suspension has been ordered, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.

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Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing