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17 Feb 2023
Full-Time Forester I – Rafha
Our company is searching for a motivated Forester with previous work experience to join our team responsible for natural resource management. The Forester provides direct assistance to the Senior Resource Forester in a wide range of tasks and responsibilities across all aspects of the industrial forest’s operations. The Forester reports to the Senior Resource Forester. The Forester will be part of a small team of workers that will be engaged in all parts of the company’s natural resource management in order to meet or surpass the company’s yearly objectives.
Job Title : Forester I
Location : Rafha, Northern Borders, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 26.36 per hour.
Company : Allied Universal
Job Type : Full-Time
- To guarantee that the code requirements of other disciplines are satisfied without interfering with the tree and landscape code, site plan review personnel (including those from stormwater management, zoning, and transportation) discuss one another.
- The monitoring of harvests on business or private land at all phases of silviculture and forest management is required.
- Learn about forest stewardship plans for the county’s owned forestland and assist in the development of these plans. Gathering and analyzing data from the field is part of what we do. This helps us figure out how the forest stands. To make advantage of the FLAT, coordinate with other department members and outside contractors. Use it to look at the condition of all forestland parcels that have recently been bought or that have just been bought.
- Inspection of landscaping, tree removal and site clearing plans to ensure compliance with municipal codes and ordinances; coordination of site inspections with lower-level inspectors to ensure accurate information in submitted plans; review of factors and approval or denial of applications; notification of applicants in writing of reasons for denial; assignment and participation in inspections of clearing of site
- Assists and participates in city tree and landscape inspections. To ensure that plant materials are of appropriate quality, quantity, and type; to ensure that the necessary processes for safeguarding existing and installing new plants are followed; and to ensure that provisions for maintenance and care of plant materials exist.
- All the things that need to be done to help with the annual thin and harvest schedule are done by this person. They make sure everything is in order, set things up, inventory, plan roads, and get to rights of way.
- In this position, you will be responsible for silviculture plan execution in accordance with regional silviculture strategy and the annual plan, field verification of silviculture treatment candidates and the provision of setting-specific recon information to management, silviculture contract negotiation, silviculture operation supervision, timely status updates for system activity updates, contract performance monitoring, including safety, SFI and EMP performance, production, cost and quality performance, and silviculture processing.
- Forestry-related websites should be kept up to date and new outreach materials should be made to support different forestry programs.
- Early- and mid-rotation activities, contract administration, and/or other jobs as allocated are among the responsibilities of this position.
- Maintain the City’s tree inventory’s health and safety, as well as instruct other Streets Division workers on correct tree care procedures.
- Microsoft Office skills, particularly Excel and Word proficiency, as well as excellent verbal and written communication abilities, are needed.
- Six (6) months of experience in landscaping, forestry, nursery operations, or similar activities as well as six (6) months of experience in tree and landscape inspections are required for graduation from an authorized institution.
- Thorough understanding of tree planting techniques, policies, and practices (wrapping, guying, watering, mulching, and weeding), pruning, trimming, disease inspection, and disease eradication needs and alternatives.
- Ability to: conduct inspections and diagnose pathological plant conditions; ascertain reparability of diseased and physically damaged trees; review landscaping plans and draw sound conclusions regarding their acceptance or rejection; enforce codes, ordinances, and regulations firmly, tactfully, and impartially; perform work outside requiring a degree of physical endurance; train personnel in tree and landscaping inspections; establish and maintain effective governmental relations
- Workers, departments and members of the general public must all be able to work together effectively.