Non Mississippi Jobs

Assistant Professor Oklahoma 11/8/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Oklahoma State University

Location:Stillwater, Oklahoma

Job Description:

The Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management (NREM) at Oklahoma State University invites applications for a full‐time, eleven‐month, tenure‐track position (60% research and 40% teaching) at the rank of Assistant Professor in Quantitative Ecology. The research appointment is in the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station (OAES) and the teaching appointment is in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR). This position reports directly to the department head. Oklahoma State University is a leading land‐grant university in a region represented by an environmental gradient that ranges from pine and oak forests in eastern Oklahoma with >1400 mm of rainfall to shortgrass prairie and pinyon‐juniper rangelands with <450 mm of rainfall in the western panhandle. The NREM department is composed of a diverse group of faculty with expertise in aquatics, fisheries, forestry, rangelands, and wildlife resources, employs 20 faculty and 9 support staff, and also houses the Oklahoma Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.

The successful candidate will develop an active research program in Quantitative Ecology to answer complex questions related to natural resource measurement or management using modeling, statistics, or other mathematical approaches in cooperation with NREM faculty and other natural resource professionals. The individual is expected to develop an independent research program and to participate in collaborative, interdisciplinary research and teaching activities with appropriate departments and OAES faculty. Working relationships with other OSU units and professionals within the region and the nation are strongly encouraged and expected. The successful candidate will teach two undergraduate courses and one graduate level course.

Specific responsibilities include:

  1. Establish a nationally recognized, externally funded research program concordant with the land grant mission that focuses on the quantitative ecology of natural resources, i.e. forests, rangelands, wildlife and fisheries resources.
  2. Initial teaching responsibilities will address forest and timber measurements involving a blend of theory, practical application, and field‐based experience in the undergraduate forestry program, and a graduate level course in statistical, analytical, and modeling approaches relevant to natural resources management. Additional teaching responsibilities will be based upon department needs and faculty expertise.
  3. . Recruit, mentor, and train graduate students.
  4. Advise and mentor undergraduate students.
  5. Serve on Departmental, Division and University committees appropriate to interests, responsibilities, and organizational mission.


  1. A natural resources, biostatistics, or closely related field from an accredited university is required. One or more degrees in Forestry at any level is required.
  2. Demonstrated ability and strong interest in instruction and advisement of undergraduate and graduate students.
  3. Demonstrated ability and strong interest in collaborative research with natural resource research scientists and other natural resource professionals to develop and maintain an active research program, to include publishing in leading scientific journals, and demonstrated interest and ability to seek and secure extramural funding to support research.

Application Procedures:
Applications must be submitted online at: (search by keyword req5841)

Applicants should submit: 1) a cover letter, 2) statement of research interests and philosophy, 3) statement of teaching interests and philosophy, 4) curriculum vitae, 5) academic transcripts, 6) up to three reprints of journal publications, and 7) contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin on January 10, 2019 and will continue until a suitable applicant is identified. The position will be filled by June 1, 2019 or as soon thereafter as a qualified candidate is available. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

For more information about the department, visit

Questions concerning this position should be directed to:
Dr. Tom Kuzmic, Chair Search and Screen Committee
Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management
Oklahoma State University
008 Agricultural Hall Room C
Stillwater Oklahoma 74078‐6013
(405) 744‐5463 or 744‐5438

Apply By:1/10/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Business Analyst Multiple States 12/15/2017 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Vastek Group

Job Description:

VASTEK GROUP San Diego based company serving both fortune 500 businesses nationwide as well as mid-sized organizations, we pride ourselves on our team of experienced professionals who are knowledgeable about your business and responsive to your needs, with a focus on quality, service, speed and flexibility.

We are a global Clinical Staffing Services and contingent workforce Solutions Company. Vastek Group operates out of various locations in US, Europe, Asia Pac. We provide advanced Pharmaceutical/ Medical/ healthcare consulting services to innumerable  fortune 500 companies in the pharmaceutical and biotech space. 
Our clients are amongst the listed Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Pay pal, Ebay, PG&E, US Airways,, Symantec, United Health Care, Cognizant, Wall-Mart, Accenture, BCBS, IBM, HCL America, American Express, American Airlines, State of TX, FRB, SAE International, Citi Group, AAA insurance,Johnson & Johnson,Novatis,Merck,Roche, Hartford Insurance, Quilogy, Capital One group, Sprint, Cingular, Verizon, Bank of America, JPMC, Nation Wide, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Wells Fargo, Bell south to mention few.


We specialize in opportunities within Computer System Validation (CSV), Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Development & Drug Safety, Pharma BA and QA/Compliance, Scientists and CRA/CRO. You deserve a partner like Vastek to achieve your life sciences goals. We have supported advances in medical science by providing top talent to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and contract research organizations.
Our expert life science recruiters work with our clients and candidates to provide support at every stage of the development life cycle and beyond. We work with companies involved in the research, clinical development, manufacturing and distribution of drugs and devices that allow patients to live healthier and more fulfilling lives

Required Education:

We are looking for


· Graduates (Masters/Bachelors) in Computer Science or Management.


· Other engineering graduates with elementary knowledge of programming.


· Candidates with strong
communication/presentation skills, strong attitude to learn and interest in
Software programming, Testing or Business Analysis

Required Experience:



  • Communication Skills. Business analysts must be good communicators. ...

  • Problem-Solving Skills. No project is without problems. ...

  • Critical Thinking Skills. ...

  • Documentation and Specification Skills. ...

  • Analysis Skills. ...

  • Visual Modeling. ...

  • Facilitation and Elicitation Skills. ...

  • Business Analysis Tools.



Apply By:12/31/2018



Posted By: Vastek Group

Forest Research Project Coordinator Georgia 9/24/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Dougherty & Dougherty Forestry

Location:Athens, Georgia

Job Description:


Dougherty & Dougherty Forestry Services, Inc. (DDFSI) is a forestry consulting and research firm, offering professional forestry services to private forest landowners, institutional forest investors, and corporate businesses serving the industry.


Job Description: This position will work as part of an overall research team focusing on southern pine silviculture and genetics research for loblolly pine in the SE US.  This position entails research project oversight and planning as well as the analysis of the collected data. Primary tasks include technician scheduling, study data cleaning, and data analysis.  Fieldwork and audit will also be required to include study establishment, measurement, and maintenance.  Travel is a requirement. The candidate must have solid verbal and written communication skills. The qualified applicant will be able to work independently as well as work cooperatively with other team members to complete large research projects.

*Paid holidays


*Paid vacation

*Paid sick days

*Healthcare plan


*Professional development timeline


If interested, please send a cover sheet and your resume to


 or you may complete an online application by going to


Required Education:

The preferred candidate will hold either a
Bachelor of Science Degree in forestry or related field, a Master of Forest
Resources Degree, or a Master of Science Degree in forestry or a related field.  


Qualified candidates will have an
understanding of field data collection, data management, experimental design,
and statistics.  Experience with Excel,
SAS, R, Access, and ArcView are beneficial, and pesticide applicator license is
a plus.


Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Apply By:12/24/2018



PO Box 82013

Athens, GA  30608

Posted By: Melanie Ernst

Forester Multiple States 12/8/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Timber Investment Managers, LLC

Location:Hattiesburg, MS, Multiple States

Job Description:

Various forest management activities.  Required multi-state travel.

Experience with or the training
in ArcGIS, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and field data recorders is
considered positive.  This position must be able to work independently as well as
work cooperatively with other team members to complete and record data from
forest management activities.

Required Education:

4 year degree from accredited Forestry College

Required Experience:

None required.  Experience in herbicide application and licensure is

considered a plus.


Must possess Registered Forester license in Mississippi.


$35,000 to $45,000 Annual Salary

Apply By:3/8/2019



P.O. Box 17272, Hattiesburg, MS  39404


Posted By: Ken Robertson

Forester - North Carolina North Carolina 12/7/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:National Wild Turkey Federation

Location:Carthage, North Carolina

Job Description:


NWTF Forester – North Carolina

The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is seeking a qualified candidate for a term-limited (minimum of 3 years), full-time Forester to work in south-central North Carolina.  The position is part of a multi-year collaborative effort between the NWTF and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to increase capacity for technical assistance to private landowners through implementation of forestry programs, Working Lands for Wildlife and the Environmental Quality Incentives Program – Longleaf Pine Initiative.   Work will be conducted with NRCS field offices, agency partners, and other NWTF staff with the preferred duty station being in the Carthage, NC area.   


         Work cooperatively with the NRCS state and local offices, agency partners, and other NWTF staff to provide technical assistance to landowners utilizing forestry programs, the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) and Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Program

         Provide landowner consultation, eligibility evaluations, and conservation plan development

         Conduct outreach activities to include landowner workshops in identified focus areas

         Promote the initiatives through landowner and agency contacts

         Generate program applications that lead to conservation plans being developed

         Address significant forest health issues affecting important habitat for a suite of game and non-game species

         Manage all aspects of planned project work including budgets, necessary reporting, and completion of established deliverables  

         Develop geospatial aspects for all project work including the development of Arc maps outlining landowner properties, forest stands, and recommended conservation practices

         Promote accomplishments via NWTF, agency public relations, & media outlets

         Provide support to NRCS for implementation, checkout, and certification of planned activities utilizing conservation practice standards, specifications, and job sheets. 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Preferred candidates should possess experience working in Southeastern ecosystems and be knowledgeable on associated forestry / wildlife management techniques;  map reading and GIS/GPS technology, ArcGIS skills; ability to effectively communicate and work with the general public, state / federal / NGO Partners, other cooperators and peers;  ability to collect and record metrics regarding activities within the NWTF’s reporting systems;  proficient skills in the use of Microsoft Office including spreadsheets, internet use, and computer applications.


         Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Forestry from a SAF accredited program

         Strong organizational skills, networking, communication (ex., verbal, presentation, inter-personal, writing), project management, and leadership ability is preferred

         Experience working with private landowners as well as Federal / State agencies  with working knowledge of cost-share programs such as EQIP (NRCS)

         Ability to use Excel, ArcMap, Google Maps, and other computer mapping systems, including Trimble GPS, to identify and delineate project boundaries

         Demonstrated proficiency using Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and social media

         Able to work in a wide range of field conditions often requiring rigorous physical activity

         Proven ability to manage multiple projects, produce effective results, and meet deadlines; applicant must be self-motivated, responsible and have ability to solve problems

         Applicant may be required to participate in specific training programs, to use partner facilities and equipment.

         Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and will be based out of an NRCS office in the Carthage, NC area.

This position will require moderate overnight travel.  Excellent benefits package.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  

Application Deadline – January 11, 2019

Apply at and go to the job link.




Apply By:1/11/2019



Posted By: Lisa Wart

Forestry Technician Multiple States 9/24/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Dougherty & Dougherty Forestry

Location:Athens,GA, Waycross, GA, Raleigh, NC, Multiple States

Job Description:


Dougherty & Dougherty Forestry Services, Inc. is a forestry consulting and research firm, offering professional services to private forest landowners, institutional forest investors, and corporate businesses serving the industry. 


Job Description:  This position offering is for an entry-level forestry technician position. Primary position tasks include timber inventory, timber marking, timber sale preparation, timber harvest inspections, prescribed burning, boundary line maintenance, plantation establishment oversight, management plan preparation, research study establishment and documentation, study maintenance, study measurement and study data cleaning. The majority of the work is outdoors in varying weather conditions.  The job includes some travel and occasional weekend work.  This position is generally a 45-50 hour/week assignment.


Required Education:

The job candidate should hold a minimum of an
Associate’s Degree in Forest Resources or a related field.


Experience with or the training
in ArcGIS, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and field data recorders is
considered positive. Experience in herbicide application and licensure is
considered a plus.  The candidate must be
able to communicate clearly and timely, and complete fieldwork in a detailed
and quality manner. This position must be able to work independently as well as
work cooperatively with other team members to complete and record data from
forest management activities.


Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Apply By:12/24/2018



PO Box 82013

Athens, GA  30608

Posted By: Melanie Ernst

Global Acquisitions Manager Alabama 5/2/2017 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Resource Management Service, LLC

Location:Birmingham, Alabama

Job Description:

Resource Management Service, LLC. (RMS) is a global timberland investment manager with significant expertise in all phases of institutional timberland investing. Founded and managed by forestry professionals and owned by its employees, RMS is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, with offices across the U.S. South, in Australia, Brazil, New Zealand, and China.
Responsibilities: The Global Acquisitions Manager is responsible for overseeing all underwriting, due diligence and closing items related to the acquisition and disposition of large timberland assets in current operating regions (U.S. South, Brazil, New Zealand and Australia). The role will involve working with all levels within the organization with communications and deadlines. This role also includes working with third parties and building external relationships to ensure a thorough understanding of current market conditions.
Specific duties will include, but not be limited to:

  • Work with various levels within the organization to drive growth opportunities, analyze the current market, provide insight on key players and perform financial analysis
  • Participation in strategy development on each acquisition
  • Work with internal groups to coordinate all aspects of each acquisition and large disposition
  • Develop and manage relationships with outside parties
  • Oversee all aspects of the closing process, including the internal post-closing process
  • Manage market intelligence
  • Managing forest industry relationships
  • Monitor the valuation process ensuring all goals and objectives are met
  • Participation in planning, budgeting and executing annual business plans
  • Coordinate and lead meetings on progress of transactions
  • Tracking and benchmarking of key acquisitions over time


Required Education:

Bachelor of Science in Forest Management or related Natural Resources program preferred, Master's degree is a plus

Required Experience:

Minimum of 5 years of professional work experience in Forest Management and/or Real Estate


In-depth knowledge of Discount Cash Flow analysis
Harvest scheduling background preferred
Operational experience preferred
Working knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) preferred
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
Strong planning, organizational and time management skills
High level of proficiency in computer skills/spreadsheets/presentations
Willing to travel as needed

Apply By:5/31/2107


If you interested in applying for this position, please
send your resume to

Posted By: Ian Munn

National Forestry Initiative Coordinator South Carolina 11/1/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:National Wild Turkey Federation

Job Description:


The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is seeking qualified candidates for a national forestry initiative coordinator position.  This is a cooperative position between the NWTF and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and will be responsible for administering, implementing and promoting a large-scale forest management technical assistance program on private lands across 23 states.  This is a full-time, term limited (four year minimum) position.  Duty station is to be determined. 



The primary objective of the national forestry initiative coordinator is to deliver the NWTF’s conservation mission at the National, Regional and State level via the Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. (STH2).  This will be accomplished working in partnership with NRCS while providing oversight, administration, and coordination of 24 foresters across 23 states.  This position will report directly to the NWTF’s Director of Conservation Operations for the Central Region and work collaboratively with NWTF staff to coordinate forestry capacity and programmatic delivery in states within the NRCS Forestry Initiative (NFI). 


·      Conduct and provide administration support for all agreements associated with the NFI and associated foresters

·      Assist with technical writing as needed to support the NWTF and NRCS partnership

·      Promote the NFI through enhanced internal and external communications pursuant to progress and accomplishments; provides required quarterly/annual reports and oral presentations as required

·      Serve the partnership as the coordinator for the NFI, to promote and facilitate consistency in program interpretation, communication, implementation and delivery at the National level

·      Foster collaboration and cooperation amongst all partners engaged in the NFI, but primarily NWTF field staff and NRCS field staff and state, regional, and National staff

·      Oversee the hiring (advertising vacancies, scheduling interviews, onboarding) of NFI foresters through coordination with NWTF staff overseeing NFI states and NFI foresters

·      Coordinate subject matter material and information dissemination as well as job-related training of foresters in cooperation with NWTF staff

·      Provide internal and external insights pursuant to staff accomplishments, performance towards annual Goals & Objectives, etc.

·      Provide effective and regular communication with NRCS State Conservationists and other NRCS Points of Contact involved in the NFI, and NWTF field staff on a monthly basis to assess progress, needs, and significant challenges, etc., as well as any external funding partners

·      Maintain and solicit matching financial contributions from partners, including tracking within the NWTF’s Conservation Reporting Portal, invoicing, etc.

·      Provide updates and news to NWTF’s Communications Department pursuant to the NFI and  conservation delivery within respective states; contribute to Turkey Country magazine, Turkey Call television, NWTF state newsletters, websites, blogs, etc. as requested

·      Other functions as assigned by supervisor





Preferred candidates will possess experience working in forested ecosystems and knowledge of wild turkeys, forest wildlife and their habitat requirements, to include T&E species; knowledge of forest management and planning, and working with and understanding of the Farm Bill and its programs.  The ability to effectively cooperate with private landowners, the general public, cooperators and peers; skills in communicating both orally and in written form to convey clear, persuasive messages that positively influence the thoughts and actions of others; proficient skills in the use of Microsoft Office applications are required for this position. 



·      Bachelor’s degree in natural resources along with at least six (6) years of professional experience, two (2) of which must include program oversight and administration; and/or a Master’s degree with four (4) years of professional experience or equivalent

·      Ability to work independently without close supervision and ability to determine work priorities daily, weekly and monthly to maximize time efficiency is required 

·      Must have good public speaking and presentation skills for both technical and nontechnical audiences, ability to write for both professional & general audiences

·      Basic computer skills such as e-mail and Microsoft Office suite

·      Strong knowledge of forest management and associated research techniques

·      Ability to navigate in remote and rural areas, communicate with land managers and provide advice to agency workers in the field

·      Must be willing to incur moderate travel including overnight stays of three to five nights or more

·      Ability to use & apply GIS technologies

·      Must demonstrate a team attitude, proven leadership skills, excellent organizational skills and an ability to motivate others through a positive attitude



·         Must be able and willing to work, often alone, in a diverse range of climatic and topographic conditions, and within remote areas with limited access and amenities and other extreme conditions as warranted.  Must be able to walk several miles per day in the conditions described above.  Must be able to drive or ride in a vehicle long distances frequently.  Ability to lift and carry up to a minimum of 20lbs.


Salary is commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefits package.  Application Deadline – December 7th, 2018.  


Please visit the NWTF website ( to apply




Apply By:2/1/2019



Posted By: Lisa Wart

Natural Resource Instructor - Camp Leopold South Carolina 11/26/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:South Carolina Waterfowl Association

Location:Pinewood, South Carolina

Job Description:


The South Carolina Waterfowl Association is looking for a Natural Resource Instructor for Camp Leopold, a program designed to immerse students in the outdoors and develop an understanding and appreciation for the natural world. Instructors will teach school groups from all over the state of South Carolina on a 1, 2, or 2.5 day program. The instructor will help prepare the facility for upcoming groups, teach classes ranging from wetland ecosystems to team building, and ensure that teachers and students alike are given an enjoyable, engaging, and enlightening trip.

Housing will be provided at our 587-acre Wildlife Education Center (WEC) in our VIP Cabin, which is less than a mile from Lake Marion and within an hour's drive of both Charleston and Columbia. Meals will be provided when school groups are attending (meals are not provided on weekends or when the facility has not been booked) and there are laundry facilities on site. Candidates may be considered for other employment options within the organization after successfully demonstrating the ability to perform expected duties.

The position will begin February 1st and run through May 2019, with the option to extend through August 2019. For more information on our Camp Leopold program, please visit our website at:


Required Education:

Bachelor's Degree preferred.

Required Experience:

Experience teaching children preferred.



-Candidates must have or be working towards a
Bachelor's degree in environmental education, natural resources, wildlife
sciences, or a related field.

-Candidates must possess a valid Driver's License.

-Experience working with youth in a learning

-Ability to work nontraditional hours, sometimes
in adverse weather conditions.

-Candidates will represent Camp Leopold and the
South Carolina Waterfowl Association in an appropriate manner.

-Enthusiasm, initiative, and passion for teaching youth
about the outdoors is a must.



Apply By:1/26/2019



9833 Old River Rd. Pinewood, SC 29125

Posted By: Tancey Cullum

Professor and Head Tennessee 11/8/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:University of Tennessee

Location:Knoxville, Tennessee

Job Description:

The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) is seeking applications for the position of Professor and Head of the Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries. This is a 12-month, tenured position located in Knoxville, Tennessee.

A land-grant institution, The University of Tennessee is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, and is the flagship campus of The University of Tennessee. Nestled in the shadows of the Great Smoky Mountains, we are located in the ideal setting for the study of natural resources, forestry, recreation, wildlife, fisheries, forest products, and the environment.

The Department Head’s responsibilities include leadership of a multidisciplinary natural resources program in forestry, wildlife, fisheries, biomass, and wood science. The Head has administrative responsibility for curriculum and academic affairs, research and Extension programs, personnel and facilities, and financial matters of the department. The Head is responsible for developing and maintaining strong working relationships with UTIA administrators and other academic departments, government agencies, industry, and the private sector. The Head is required to have the vision and personal attributes to lead a diverse faculty. The Head will help identify appropriate funding opportunities in keeping with the Land Grant mission. The Knoxville campus of the University of Tennessee is seeking candidates who have the ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the diversity and intercultural goals of the University.

Candidates must have an earned doctorate in forestry, wildlife, fisheries, natural resources, wood science, or a closely related field with nationally recognized accomplishments in teaching, research, or Extension and evidence of a scholarly record to qualify for tenure as a full professor.

Additionally, candidates must demonstrate the following:

  • A keen appreciation of teaching, research, and Extension and disciplines within the department is necessary.
  • Experience in supervision/personnel management, fiscal management, and team leadership.
  • Skills to communicate effectively with people at all levels.
  • Ability to provide progressive leadership for multidisciplinary programs.
  • Involvement in appropriate professional societies.
  • A strong commitment to professional development of faculty, staff, and students.
  • Evidence of effective interaction with industry, governmental, and non-governmental agencies.

Compensation is competitive and will be based on education, experience, and qualifications. UT offers a comprehensive benefits package to all regular employees, including health and dental insurance, life insurance, and multiple retirement plans.

The Search Committee will review and continue to receive applications until an appointment is made. Nominations of qualified individuals are sought and should be sent via electronic means to the Chair of the Search Committee at the address shown below. Prospective candidates from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin January 1, 2019. Applications should include: (1) a letter of application summarizing the applicant’s qualifications and vision of departmental leadership; (2) a complete curriculum vitae; and (3) names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of at least five professional references that the Search Committee may contact.

Application materials should be submitted electronically as attachments to: Lois Stinnett (

Nominations and other inquiries should be addressed to:
Dr. Danielle Julie Carrier, Search Committee Chair
Professor and Head
Department of Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science
2506 E.J. Chapman
The University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-4563
Phone: 865-974-7305

Apply By:1/1/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Summer Research Program Massachusetts 12/12/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Harvard University

Location:Petersham, Massachusetts

Job Description:

Explore Harvard’s 4,000-acre outdoor laboratory & classroom in Petersham, Massachusetts.

May 27 to August 9, 2019

A summer of mentored research in

  • Forest Carbon Dynamics in Air & Soils
  • Ecosystem Transformation: Invasive Species Impacts
  • Advancing Conservation
  • Computer Science Solutions for Big Data
  • Remote Sensing of Changing Forest Canopies
  • Tree Ring Analysis: Telling Climate Stories

11 weeks residential program
$5775 stipend and travel
Full room & board and meal plan

Apply online (by Feb. 1, 2019)

Apply By:2/1/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Timber Cruiser Multiple States 11/27/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Odom Forestry Services

Job Description:

Odom Forestry Services needs 2 Timber cruisers for full time employment. Pay is based on production and ranges from $60,000 to $100,000 annually. The job is installing inventory plots on our clients land. Plots can be prism, FRP or rectangular. Applicants must have reliable transportation and be able to work unsupervised. To be interviewed email your application to and call Ron Odom 6014103089.

Apply By:2/27/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Timber Cruiser Multiple States 10/24/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Odom Forestry Services

Job Description:

Odom Forestry Services needs 2 Timber cruisers for full time employment.

Pay is based on production and ranges from $60,000 to $100,000 annually.

The job is installing inventory plots on our clients land. Plots can be prism, FRP or rectangular.

Applicants must have reliable transportation and be able to work unsupervised.

To be interviewed email your application to and call Ron Odom 6014103089.

Apply By:1/24/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Utility Forester / Work Planner Alabama 9/24/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:ArborMetrics Solutions LLC

Location:Birmingham, Auburn, Montgomery, Alabama

Job Description:

Utility Forester – Work Planner
Positions available: Full time
Salary Range: Based on experience. Opportunities for advancement available
ArborMetrics Solutions, LLC. (AMS) is seeking a motivated and highly skilled individual to provide planning,
scheduling, reporting, and project management for utility right-of-way vegetation management programs.
Duties include but are not limited to:
• Inspect right-of-ways to assess vegetation conditions and determine required maintenance activities.
• Assist with develop bid package maps and work manifests.
• Research easement and land rights for widths, rights and restrictions.
• Meet with land owners to explain vegetation management work.
• Mark work in the field where required.
• Respond to public concerns and questions about the work.
• Assist in the development of public relations materials.
• Respond to contractor questions concerning work specification and requirements.
• Document work activity using GIS equipped computer & custom work planning software.
• Inspect work completed by contractors for compliance to utility specifications.
• Assist in the management of contractors during storm restoration operations.
• Provide support and assistance on special projects as assigned by the utility.
• Company vehicle provided.
• Benefits of employment include: health insurance, dental insurance, 401K with company match, paid
holidays, paid sick leave, paid vacation, paid training & continuing education opportunities.
• 2-4 year degree in Forestry, Natural Resource Sciences/Management, Horticulture or related field.
• ISA Certified Arborist or ability to obtain certification within 1 year, ISA Utility Specialist preferred.
• Working knowledge of IVM, techniques and equipment used for vegetation management.
• Excellent personal computing skills, GIS knowledge preferred.
• Valid driver’s license.
• At least 2 years applicable work experience preferred but not required.
Please apply and submit your resume and cover letter at:

ArborMetrics Solutions is an EOE/AA: Minority/Female/Vets/Disabled.


Required Education:

• 2-4 year degree in Forestry, Natural Resource Sciences/Management, Horticulture or related field.

Required Experience:

• 2 years applicable work experience preferred but not required. Graduates should apply


• ISA Certified Arborist or ability to obtain certification within 1 year, ISA Utility Specialist preferred.
• Working knowledge of IVM, techniques and equipment used for vegetation management.
• Excellent personal computing skills, GIS knowledge preferred.
• Valid driver’s license.


based on exprience

Apply By:12/24/2018


Email:please apply on our website

Posted By: Arbormetrics Solutions LLC

Wildlife Manager 1 - Forestry Tennessee 10/31/2018 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

Location:Dyer County, Tennessee

Job Description:

If you go to DOHR’s web site: and select the “Current Openings” link you will be able to apply for the Wildlife Manager 1 opportunity beginning on October 31, 2018.

Necessary Special Qualifications:Applicants for this class must:

  1. Be willing to and able to qualify with, carry, and use assigned weapons;
  2. Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age on the date of application;
  3. Be a citizen of the United States;
  4. Have a good moral character, as determined by investigation;
  5. Complete a criminal history disclosure form in a manner approved by the appointing authority;
  6. Agree to release all records involving their criminal history to the appointing authority;
  7. Supply a fingerprint sample in a manner prescribed by the TBI for a fingerprint based criminal history records check;
  8. Have no conviction for a felony or have been discharged under any other than honorable conditions from any branch of the United States armed forces;
  9. Pass a physical examination administered by a licensed physician that is consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act and that relates to the essential functions of the position;
  10. Pass a psychological evaluation administered by a licensed mental health professional that is consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act and that relates to the essential functions of the position;
  11. Have visual acuity of 20/100 in each eye, separately without glasses, and each eye corrected to 20/30 or better with corrective lenses;
  12. Possess a valid motor vehicle operator’s license at the time of appointment in some positions upon appointment, successfully complete a prescribed course of instruction at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Academy or have successfully completed the equivalent of the prescribed course. 

Examination Method: Education and Experience, 100%, for Preferred Service positions.

Job Overview: Under general supervision, is responsible for professional wildlife management work of average difficulty in the implementation of wildlife management practices in a moderate-sized wildlife area or facility; assists in the implementation of management practices in a large, complex wildlife area or facility; and performs related work as required.

Distinguishing Features: An employee in this class performs a variety of activities associated with the management of wildlife. Work involves wildlife habitat development and maintenance, public relations activities, facilities maintenance, wildlife law enforcement within assigned geographic area(s) and assisting in research data collection. This class differs from that of Wildlife Manager 2 in that an incumbent of the latter is responsible for a larger, more complex wildlife area or management responsibilities.

Work Activities:

Guiding, Directing, and Motivating Subordinates:

  1. Adheres to all laws, agency directives, policies, procedures, and protocols to provide an example to assigned subordinates.
  2. Assists and guides assigned subordinates in resolving problem situations.
  3. Supervises the activities of assigned workers on WMA’s.
  4. Leads in the maintenance and repair of agency equipment and buildings on assigned WMA’s.
  5. Leads in the implementation of projects and management techniques to provide optimum fish production and fishing opportunities on assigned WMA’s and other designated state owned properties.
  6. Manages field trials and hunts on WMA’s.

Training and Teaching Others:

  1. Plans, conducts and evaluates on-the-job training, to include training with equipment, policies, procedures, and techniques, for assigned subordinates as required.
  2. Promotes, teaches, and/or assists with hunting and boating safety education programs.
  3. Promotes or provides hunter or trapper safety training.
  4. Conducts public educational programs on forest care and conservation.

Communicating with Persons Outside Organization:

  1. Serves as the state's witness at hearings and court cases.
  2. Works with representatives of other law enforcement agencies in order to ensure cooperation and unified effort.
  3. Answers general calls and inquiries from the public and co-workers in a prompt and courteous manner with accurate information.
  4. Provides information to the general public on wildlife resources.
  5. Utilizes available media outlets on a regular basis to provide information to the public.
  6. Collaborates with other authorities on activities such as surveillance, transcription, and research.
  7. Addresses schools, civic groups, sporting clubs, or the media to disseminate information concerning wildlife resources and regulations.
  8. Provides assistance to other local law enforcement agencies as required.
  9. Develops and manages sharecrop contracts with local farmers.
  10. Makes recommendations on management systems and planning for wildlife populations and habitat, consulting with stakeholders and the public at large to explore options.
  11. Informs and responds to public regarding wildlife and conservation issues, such as plant identification, hunting regulations, and nuisance wildlife.
  12. Disseminates information by writing reports and by making presentations and giving talks for schools, clubs, interest groups and interpretive programs.
  13. Subcontracts with loggers or pulpwood cutters for tree removal and to aid in road layout.
  14. Negotiates terms and conditions of agreements and contracts for forest harvesting and forest management.
  15. Provides advice and recommendations on forestry issues.

Operating Vehicles, Mechanized Devices, or Equipment:

  1. Qualifies annually with assigned firearms.
  2. Conducts safe handling of weapons according to policy.
  3. Operates assigned vehicles and heavy equipment within agency policy and procedure.
  4. Repairs and maintains assigned equipment as required.

Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards:

  1. Reviews the records and reports, including but not limited to prosecution reports, activity reports, and evidence logs generated by subordinates.
  2. Generates and audits wildlife survey data to ensure that it has been accurately collected, recorded, and submitted by agreed upon due dates.
  3. Audits, approves, and submits budgeted credit card expenditure receipts and reports at the end of each month.
  4. Assists supervisors in reviewing and correcting reports and other administrative duties as required.
  5. Assists supervisor in ensuring assigned subordinates comply with agency policies and procedures. 

Coaching and Developing Others:

  1. Conducts coaching and counseling sessions for performance evaluations for assigned subordinates. 
  2. Assists landowners with problems on farm ponds and with troublesome wildlife.

Documenting/Recording Information:

  1. Logs evidence in and out of assigned agency evidence/property facilities.
  2. Completes and submits law enforcement and other required reports accurately and promptly.
  3. Completes and submits wildlife survey data accurately and promptly.
  4. Completes and submits required Law Enforcement activity reports to supervisor.

Coordinating the Work and Activities of Others:

  1. Coordinates plans and activities with federal personnel on jointly managed wildlife areas.
  2. Supervises activities of forestry workers.

Scheduling Work and Activities:

  1. Conducts inspections for boating, hunting, fishing, litter, and pollution law violations in order to enforce wildlife boating laws, proclamations, rules, and regulations and observe agency directives, policies, and procedures.
  2. Protects and preserves native wildlife, plants, or ecosystems.
  3. Implements projects and management techniques to provide optimum fish and/or wildlife habitat development.
  4. Conducts wildlife inventories in assigned area.
  5. Operates, maintains and provides security for a variety of equipment, such as automobiles, trucks, bulldozers, tractors, boats and motors, chain saws, mowers, and hand tools.
  6. Prepares and monitors budget; orders supplies and equipment.
  7. Conducts controlled burns to manipulate habitat.
  8. Recommends revisions in hunting, trapping and fishing regulations or in animal management programs so that wildlife balances or habitats can be maintained. Conducts agency restoration, management, eradication, and biological survey projects.
  9. Collects and reports information on populations or conditions of fish and wildlife in their habitats, availability of game food or cover, or suspected pollution.
  10. Designs and implements control measures to prevent or counteract damage caused by wildlife or people.
  11. Uses wildlife agricultural techniques involving trees, shrubs, grains, grass, and other wildlife food and cover plantings and cuttings. 
  12. Surveys areas and compiles harvest figures to determine compliance and wildlife population management objectives.
  13. Restocks area lands, lakes, and streams with fish and/or wildlife.
  14. Conducts fish population surveys using standardized fisheries collection techniques.
  15. Manages and manipulates water levels to enhance wetland habitat.
  16. Participates in search-and-rescue operations and in firefighting efforts.
  17. Determines age, sex, and weight of collected fish and/or of harvested game.
  18. Plans and leads the construction of outbuildings, checking stations, docks, piers and signs.
  19. Builds and maintains roads, trails, observation and parking areas.
  20. Performs maintenance plumbing, electrical, and carpentry work.
  21. Performs facilities maintenance work, such as constructing or repairing structures or controlling weeds or pests.
  22. Investigates hunting accidents and reports of fish and game law violations, and issue warnings or citations and file reports as necessary.
  23. Conducts and monitors water quality profiles.
  24. Designs and analyzes fish data and harvest reports.
  25. Uses explosives in wildlife habitat management techniques.
  26. Oversees landowner property issues such as easements, boundaries, etc.
  27. Assists in determining feasibility of stocking warm and cold water fish in streams, lakes, and rivers.
  28. Ensures the safe operation and maintenance of Agency Firing Ranges.
  29. Issues licenses (temporary harvest tags), permits, or other documentation.
  30. Utilizes spawning and culture techniques for cold and warm water fish production.
  31. Investigates crop, property, or habitat damage or destruction or instances of water pollution to determine causes and to advise property owners of preventive measures.
  32. Documents the extent of crop, property, or habitat damage and make financial loss estimates or compensation recommendations.
  33. Investigates fish kills and determine cause and financial loss estimates or compensation recommendations.
  34. Analyzes characteristics of flora and fauna to identify and classify them.
  35. Inventories or estimates plant and wildlife populations.
  36. Studies animals in their natural habitats, assessing effects of environment and industry on animals, interpreting findings and recommending alternative operating conditions.
  37. Studies characteristics of animals such as origin, interrelationships, classification, life histories and diseases, development, genetics, and distribution.
  38. Participates in preventive programs to control the outbreak of wildlife diseases.
  39. Checks for, and ensure compliance with, environmental laws and notify law enforcement when violations are identified.
  40. Prepares collections of preserved specimens or microscopic slides for species identification and study of development or disease.
  41. Collects and dissects flora and fauna specimens and examine specimens under microscope.
  42. Organizes and conducts experimental studies with live animals in controlled or natural surroundings.
  43. Raises specimens for study and observation or for use in experiments.
  44. Plans and implements projects for conservation of wildlife habitats and soil and water quality.
  45. Monitors wildlife populations and assess the impacts of forest operations on population and habitats.
  46. Performs land survey techniques with related equipment.
  47. Utilizes scientific techniques for measuring and identifying trees.
  48. Monitors forest-cleared lands to ensure that they are reclaimed to their most suitable wildlife habitat.
  49. Maps forest area soils and vegetation to estimate the amount of standing timber and value of wildlife habitat.
  50. Manages timber sale contracts from designated harvest areas.
  51. Plans and directs construction and maintenance of trails, roads and fire breaks ensuring that they comply with guidelines and regulations set for forested public lands.
  52. Plans and supervises forestry projects, such as determining the type, number and placement of trees to be planted, thinning forest and monitoring growth of new seedlings.
  53. Directs, and participates in, wild-fire suppression.
  54. Analyzes effect of forest conditions on tree growth rates and tree species prevalence and the yield, duration, seed production, growth viability, and germination of different species.
  55. Monitors contract compliance and results of forestry activities to assure adherence to government regulations.
  56. Studies different tree species' classification, life history, light and soil requirements, adaptation to new environmental conditions and resistance to disease and insects.
  57. Performs inspections of forests or forest nurseries.
  58. Determines methods of cutting and removing timber with minimum waste and environmental damage.
  59. Plans and directs forest surveys and related studies and prepare reports and recommendations.
  60. Chooses and prepares sites for new trees, using controlled burning, bulldozers, or herbicides. 

Performing Administrative Activities:

  1. Performs administrative duties such as public relations, budgeting, and supervision of staff.

Performing for or Working Directly with the Public:

  1. Conducts or assists with Outreach programs to recruit young or new hunters, fishermen, and other outdoor enthusiasts.
  2. Maintains a professional demeanor and appearance in accordance with administrative directives.
  3. Assists the general public with wildlife damage complaints, injured wildlife, and/or control of nuisance wildlife species.
  4. Provides technical assistance with habitat management for wildlife and fisheries species to landowners. 
  5. Provides assistance to land owners in the development of wildlife management for their property.
  6. Provides advice or information to agency managed property visitors.

Provide Consultation and Advice to Others:

  1. Submits recommendations on game and fish seasons and numbers of animals to be harvested.
  2. Submits hunting and fishing season setting recommendations to supervisor in a timely manner with specific related recommendations and backup documentation.
  3. Investigates wildlife complaints and suggests methods for controlling problem animals. 

Public Safety and Security:

  1. Conducts safe handling of weapons according to policy.
  2. Adheres to all laws, agency directives, policies, procedures, and protocols.
  3. Operates assigned vehicles within agency policy and procedure.
  4. Conducts inspections for boating, hunting, fishing, litter, and pollution law violations in order to enforce wildlife boating laws, proclamations, rules, and regulations and observe agency directives, policies, and procedures.
  5. Participates in the apprehension and arrest of violators of game and fish laws in order to enforce wildlife boating laws, proclamations, rules and regulations.
  6. Patrols assigned areas by vehicles, boat, airplane, horse, or on foot to enforce game, fish, or boating laws or to manage wildlife programs, lakes, or land.
  7. Establishes and maintains proficiency with assigned weapons.
  8. Interrogates persons under arrest regarding violation and/or the location of evidence.
  9. Serves warrants, subpoenas, make arrests, compile and present evidence for court actions.
  10. Coordinates and participates in surveillance activities, raids, seizures and arrests of suspected offenders
  11. Conducts a variety of law enforcement operations using a variety of equipment including but not limited to motor vehicles, boats, firearms, cameras, binoculars, and two-way radios.
  12. Develops and manages informants to obtain information related to cases.
  13. Participates in the preparation and maintenance of records and reports of daily activities, arrests, prosecutions, and educational programs.
  14. Coordinates and participates in special law enforcement details and work assignments.
  15. Identifies case issues and evidence needed, based on analysis of charges, complaints, or allegations of law violations.
  16. Assists peers and other non-agency law enforcement personnel in resolving problem situations.
  17. Obtains and uses search and arrest warrants.
  18. Analyzes evidence and prepare samples and or evidence for testing.
  19. Participates in the cataloging and storing of evidence/property seized within a geographic district.
  20. Participates in the field training and orientation of new wildlife officers and commissioned managers.
  21. Seizes equipment used in fish and game law violations, and arrange for disposition of fish or game illegally taken or possessed.
  22. Apprehends and arrests violators of game and fish laws on assigned WMA(s) in order to enforce wildlife boating laws, proclamations, rules, and regulations and observe agency directives, policies, and procedures.

 Competencies (KSA's):


  1. Integrity and Trust
  2. Functional / Technical Competencies
  3. Ethics and Values
  4. Action Oriented
  5. Time Management
  6. Organizing
  7. Written Communication
  8. Intellectual Horsepower
  9. Boss Relationships
  10. Composure


  1. Working knowledge of wildlife and fisheries management, wildlife and fisheries biology, or a related field.
  2. Working knowledge of applicable law and policy, procedure, agency administrative directives, regulations and rules.
  3. Working knowledge of criminal procedure, rules of evidence, and basic constitutional precedents.
  4. Working knowledge of accepted law enforcement practices and techniques.
  5. Working knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local, state, or national security operations for the protection of people, data, property, and institutions.
  6. Working knowledge of Land Survey techniques and equipment.


  1. Finger Dexterity
  2. Depth Perception
  3. Manual Dexterity
  4. Far Vision
  5. Reaction Time
  6. Speech Clarity
  7. Gross Body Coordination
  8. Gross Body Equilibrium
  9. Sound Localization
  10. Critical Thinking Skills
  11. Stamina
  12. Response Orientation 
  13. Reading Comprehension
  14. Writing
  15. Speaking
  16. Active Learning
  17. Troubleshooting
  18. Active Listening
  19. Time Management
  20. Equipment Maintenance


  1. Instructing People
  2. Problem Solving Abilities
  3. Oral Comprehension
  4. Written Comprehension
  5. Speech Clarity
  6. Speech Recognition
  7. Deductive Reasoning

 Tools and Equipment Used:

  1. Heavy Equipment
  2. Personal Computer
  3. Telephone
  4. Fax Machine
  5. Printer
  6. Copy Machine
  7. Motor Vehicles
  8. Boats
  9. Firearms
  10. Cameras
  11. Binoculars
  12. Two-Way Radios
  13. Law Enforcement Equipment



If you go to DOHR’s web site:  and select the “Current Openings” link you will be able to apply for the Wildlife Manager 1 opportunity beginning on October 31, 2018.


TWRA employees interested in transferring should submit your request for internal transfer in accordance with Administrative Directive #3 no later than November 14, 2018 with your memo sent directly to your current Regional Manager/Division Chief, Supervisor, and the prospective Regional Manager/Division Chief and Supervisor that has this vacancy.  Also, please copy Randi Tarpy in TWRA’s HR office.


For specific job info or assistance contactJordan Nanney at 615-854-0263.


Application process assistance, Point of Contact:  Jennifer Burnett at 615-781-6596





Randi S. Tarpy, IPMA-SCP

TWRA Human Resources Division

Chief of Human Resources

440 Hogan Road

Nashville, TN. 37220

Phone: 615-781-6605

Fax: 615-781-6559


Required Education:


Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in wildlife or fisheries management, wildlife biology, or other related acceptable field.




One year of full time working experience as a Wildlife Officer with the State of Tennessee


Salary Range: $3,298.00 - $5,121.00

Apply By:1/31/2019

Posted By: Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency