26 May 2023
Full-Time Forester II – Al Jouf
Maintaining the tree inventory, evaluating suspected unhealthy trees, and keeping track of associated data are some of the responsibilities of a forester. Maintaining public trees and right of ways is the primary responsibility of the Forester. Provides technical and professional assistance to trees on public and private land that pose a danger. Provides guidance to seasonal and part-time employees assigned to help the Forester in carrying out divisional responsibilities.
Job Title : Forester II
Location : Al Jouf, Al Jouf, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 23.6 per hour.
Company : Sierra Forestry Consulting LLC
Job Type : Full-Time
- In charge of making sure that the region’s silviculture strategy is followed and that the annual plan is followed, field-verifying treatment candidates and providing information about the setting to management, negotiating contracts for silviculture, and supervising silviculture operations. Also, keeping track of the contract’s progress on safety, SFI, EMP, production costs and quality.
- Responsible for ensuring that the quality, amount, and kind of plant materials utilized are appropriate and that suitable processes are followed to protect existing and install new plants..
- Asses the condition of forestland that is owned by the county and help to write forest stewardship plans that will help guide future restoration and management. Activities include collecting data in the field and analyzing it to figure out the condition of the forest. All recently and recently acquired forestland parcels should be assessed with the help of staff and contractors. They should use the Forest Landscape Assessment Tool (FLAT) to figure out how they’re doing.
- It is critical to maintain forestry-related websites up to date and to develop new outreach materials to assist a variety of forestry initiatives.
- In this role, you’ll be responsible for overseeing forest management and harvest monitoring on company- or privately-owned land.
- Asses and reports on the accuracy of information contained in submitted plans, coordinates inspections with lower-level officials, reviews factors, and grants or denies applications; notifies applicants in writing of reasons for denial; assigns and takes part in the inspection of clearing activities to ensure that they comply with municipal codes and ordinances.
- Site plan review personnel (stormwater, zoning, and transportation) are brought in to ensure that the code requirements of other disciplines are met without interfering with the tree and landscape code.
- The yearly thin and harvest schedule is verified, put up, inventoried and all other duties concerning sale administration are completed.
- You will be responsible for a variety of responsibilities during your cycle, such as contract administration and/or other jobs as they are given to you.
- Streets Division employees need training in proper tree care practices so that the city’s tree stock may be kept healthy and safe.
- 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.
- Capacity to develop and maintain good working connections with coworkers, departments, and the general public.
- The capacity to check and diagnose pathological plant diseases, to determine the reparability of sick and physically damaged trees, to analyze landscaping designs and to make reasonable judgements regarding their acceptance or rejection; Adhere to laws and rules as strictly as possible while maintaining a professional demeanor. Establish and manage successful forestry and landscaping inspection systems; educate staff in tree and landscaping inspections; work outside and need some physical endurance..
- Excel and Word skills from Microsoft Office, as well as good verbal and written skills, are needed for this job.
- Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in urban forestry, arboriculture, horticulture, or a related field, as well as six (6) months experience in landscaping, forestry, nursery operations, or related work, as well as six (6) months experience in tree and landscape inspections.