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Any undergraduate student in the College of Forest Resources may apply for an internship for credit. Students who have an open elective may use the internship course as a part of their program. In addition, full semester internships will only be eligible for three credits, given that other requirements are met. Students can only receive credit for one internship during their undergraduate program.

Students are also required to
  • Be juniors or seniors
  • Have an overall GPA of at least 2.50
  • Apply at least two weeks prior to the pre-registration period of the semester
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Research Hydrologist West Virginia 6/25/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:U.S.D.A. Forest Service

Location:Parsons, West Virginia

Job Description:

The position is located at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service Northern Research Station, Timber & Watershed Laboratory, Parsons, WV.

The mission of Research Work Unit NRS-01 is to conduct research needed to perpetuate healthy and resilient forest ecosystems so they can continue to provide a vast array of ecosystem services and products. The majority of the Unit’s research is conducted in the central Appalachian Mountains which has a mix of landownerships, and Unit scientists are expected to outreach to all types of landowners. The Fernow Experimental Forest is available as a research site, but research on other lands is encouraged.

For the research hydrologist in this position, research is focused on surface hydrology, watershed management principles, and related factors and processes that affect water quality, particularly within the central Appalachian region. The duties require knowledge of forest and wildland hydrology, and all components of the hydrologic cycle and stream hydrograph in forests and wildlands. It is critical for the incumbent to understand how forest hydrology differs from many of the foundational concepts of engineering hydrology. Knowledge of inorganic chemistry and physics (especially fluvial hydraulics) are needed. Knowledge of the influence and interactions of the many components of forest catchments – vegetation, soil, geology, and atmospheric influences – are required to interpret basic biogeochemical responses that are observed in unmanaged and managed forests. An in-depth understanding of terrestrial and in-stream erosion, sediment storage, and sediment transport processes, and forestry BMPs are needed. In addition, the incumbent’s knowledge must include basic forestry and silvicultural concepts.

Some of the incumbent’s work may focus on basic research, but the majority of the incumbent’s investigations should be applied research to fulfill the Unit’s research mission and address the needs of partners and stake holders. The incumbent must work cooperatively with many internal (i.e., Forest Service) and external partners and have the ability to develop and cultivate relationships, including with land and watershed managers, university researchers, and other organizations. The incumbent also will participate in outreach and educational activities, including hosting and assisting with field trips on the Fernow Experimental Forest and providing research advice and feedback to undergraduate and graduate students.

The ability to attract research funding and to publish results in the refereed literature is fundamental to success. As a result, the incumbent must demonstrate the following abilities: acquisition of research grants or noncompetitive funding in the areas of forest hydrology and watershed management, publication of results in the refereed literature, and the ability to translate scientific findings into guidelines and techniques usable by land or watershed managers or practicing forest hydrologists.

NRS-01 functions as a team of experts, with leadership shared within the unit. The incumbent will take a leadership role with other scientists in the Unit and with external partners in matters relating to forest hydrology and watershed management. The incumbent will be expected to serve as the day-to-day supervisor for the unit’s water quality laboratory. Supervision requires a basic understanding of inorganic chemistry and standard laboratory procedures. The scientist also is expected to assist with laboratory operations under periods of heavy sample loads or when primary laboratory staff are on leave.

The incumbent also has the opportunity to continue the unit’s contributions to the US Forest Service’s National Best Management Practice (BMP) Program, particularly the monitoring portion of that program. This work requires developing a thorough understanding of the monitoring protocols to provide assistance to National Forest System personnel during annual monitoring, assisting with national training and development of training materials, and assisting with or leading the preparation and publication of monitoring reports. The unit’s Natural Resource Specialist is one of the National BMP Program leaders and will provide assistance to the incumbent in issues related to this research related assignment.

This position is permanent, full-time, and may be eligible for telework and other flexible work arrangements, but it is not a virtual position. Government housing is not available.

Respond to: jan.wiedenbeck@USDA.GOV

Apply By:7/31/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Technical Services Forester / GIS Georgia 6/20/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Forest Resource Consultants, LLC

Location:Macon, Georgia

Job Description:

Job Duties

•         Participate with our Technical Services team, which provides various technical services 

to FRC managers and clients.


•         Develop an understanding of the FRC business model, especially the importance of 

producing high quality products in a cost‐effective manner.


•         Develop a thorough understanding of ArcGIS and associated tools, including an 

understanding  of relational databases such as SQL Server and their use at FRC.


•         Maintain and update property level spatial and attribute data within ArcGIS or similar 



•         Develop an understanding of FRC’s internal inventory processor and assist with inventory 

design,  processing, and reporting.


•         Provide support for FRC’s handheld field data collection systems and inventory data 



•         Generate various project related maps, reports, and documents for clients.


•         Provide managers with insight on innovations in the geo‐spatial arena.


•         Assist managers in the competitive bid process through support of mapping and data 

management time‐and‐expense estimates.


•         Assist with other special projects as requested.


•          Promote a positive image of FRC with clients, associates, contractors, and the general 



Required Education:

Bachelor's degree or higher in Forestry.  Working knowledge of biometrics, mensuration, volume equations, quantitative analysis, and statistics.  

Required Experience:

5+ years of practic experience with ArcGIS or similar mapping and data management systems.  Practical experience in inventory design, workup, and reporting.




•         Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Forestry and 5 years practical experience.


•         Practical experience with ArcGIS or similar mapping and data management systems.


•         Practical experience in inventory design, workup, and reporting.


•         Good understanding of biometrics, mensuration, volume equations, quantitative analysis, 

and  statistics.


•         Working knowledge of other standard computer software packages, e.g., Word, Excel, and 

Access (especially databases).


•         Working knowledge of forest finance and economics.


•         Must possess good verbal and written communication skills.


•         Must possess good interpersonal skills and be able to work well with others in team 

production situations.


•         Ability and willingness to take on new projects with little supervision.


•         Ability and willingness to travel occasionally.



Salary will be commensurate with skills and experience.  Competitive benefits package includes health, life and disability insurance, 401(k) plan, optional dental insurance, paid vacation, and holidays.


Apply By:9/20/2019


Send resume and professional references to:

Paul Nace, Director of Technical Services

Forest Resource Consultants, Inc.

717 North Avenue

Macon, GA 31211

Posted By: Jennifer Woodson

Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources Regional Extension Agent Alabama 6/17/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Job Description:

Program Priority Area: Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources

Geographic Area of Responsibility: Southwest Alabama (Baldwin, Butler, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, Washington Counties)

Responsibilities: The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is seeking qualified applications for a Regional Extension Agent (REA) in the Southwest Region of Alabama. This position is a 100% Extension assignment covering eight counties. The Agent will be housed in an office located in the Southwest area of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System in the region. The Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resources Regional Extension Agent will serve as the primary Extension educator for forestry, wildlife, and natural resources in the assigned eight-county region. This includes responding to requests for forestry, wildlife, and natural resources related technical information from throughout the region through telephone calls, email, letters, and other personal contacts. The REA will be expected to proactively develop a regional technology transfer program through meetings, workshops, publications, web sites, and other outreach techniques to provide forestry, wildlife and natural resources related information to landowners, professionals, and the general public. In addition, the REA will be part of a state-wide Extension Priority Program Team and be expected to participate as a team member to plan, promote, and execute team programs as well as participate in team training opportunities.

The Regional Extension Agent (REA) will utilize all available/emerging technologies in their educational efforts as well as more traditional methods such as newsletters, news articles, workshops/group meetings, demonstrations and farm/home visits. The REA will participate in writing grants and participate in activities that support applied research/demonstrations beneficial to clientele. Participating in regional and state FWNR associations, and other groups representing FWNR, is important for the REA to develop a reputation as an educational leader with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. REA will assist team leader and administrators in project outcome and impact evaluations.

Team Description: Regional Extension Agent’s (REA’s), Urban Regional Extension Agent’s (UREA’s), County Extension Coordinators (CEC’s), and Specialists form the core of Extension teams. This REA will participate as a cohesive team member working with local clientele, advisory groups, volunteers, and other interested parties to determine regional needs for program outreach. As a team member, the REA will partner with other REA’s and CEC’s to provide educational leadership in planning, implementing, evaluating, and reporting programs conducted in the region.

Application Procedures:

Candidates should submit the following to apply:

(1) Four forms found on our web site at:;
(2) Letter of application addressing each listed qualification in detail;
(3) Current resume;
(4) Names, addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers for five references;
(5) Transcripts of all academic work (unofficial/copies acceptable during recruitment process; however, official transcripts will be required at time of hire).

The above information should be forwarded to ACES Business Office, c/o Ms. Kim Rogers, 113 Duncan Hall, Auburn University, AL 36849 or emailed to by July 3, 2019 as a single PDF document.

Current ACES employees should submit a letter of application addressing each listed qualification in detail; Names, addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers for five references; resume, and ensure that official transcripts are on file in the ACES Business Office. Current ACES employees that are in probationary status, must inform their supervisor of their interest in applying with final approval being required by the Administrative Team prior to submitting application materials. Forms may also be obtained by calling ACES Business Office at (334)844-5352, or fax: (334)844-5544.


ACES/Auburn University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities for all individuals without regard to race, sex, religion, color, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by applicable law.



Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree in Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resources or related field and at least two years of relevant work experience is required. A Master's degree is preferred and does not require experience to apply. 

The successful candidate must demonstrate capability in planning and delivering educational programs in Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resources. Candidates must demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills, possess the ability to work cooperatively with individuals and groups, and be willing to utilize various forms of outreach for educational program delivery to a diverse clientele. This position requires regular travel to carry out Extension responsibilities, and the successful incumbent must have access to reliable transportation. Successful applicants must possess strong leadership and organizational skills, and the ability to respectfully self-motivate their daily priorities. 


***Minimum Starting Salary***
$38,383 for a Bachelor's degree
$42,383 for a Master's degree

Apply By:7/3/2019


Posted By: Kim Rogers

Product Support Specialist Mississippi 6/13/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Forestry Suppliers

Location:Jackson, Mississippi

Job Description:

Job Description

The Product Support Specialist will handle a variety of responsibilities for Forestry Suppliers, including:

  • Assisting customers with product selection and product support and usage training - Customer support related to activities on website
  • Attend conventions/trade shows
  • Provide input regarding the selection of new products
  • Assisting in the production and proofing of marketing materials
  • Support other departments with product support knowledge: Special Orders, Customer Service, Telephone Sales, Counter Sales, Creative, Receiving, Internet

We are seeking an applicant who exhibits:

  • Integrity of the highest degree
  • A utility player mentality who is enthusiastic about learning new skills and generating innovative solutions to solve work challenges and identify opportunities
  • - A confident, friendly, positive attitude that shows everything you do as a welcome opportunity to learn more about Forestry Suppliers, Inc.
  • An ability to treat confidential material appropriately
  • Ability to learn quickly and prioritize effectively
  • Excellent communication skills; ability to communicate clearly and effectively

Desired Skills and Expertise

  • Natural resource-related bachelor’s degree and work experience
  • Excellent verbal, personal and computer skills
  • Ability to work with a group
  • Self-starter and capable of working well alone
  • Excellent driving record
  • Excellent office and clerical skills, including experience with Microsoft Office software

The position is located in Jackson, Mississippi, and does require some travel (driving and flying). Normal working hours are Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. Competitive salary with excellent benefits with a long-time stable company.

How to Apply -

Apply By:9/13/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Conservation Lands Coordinator Mississippi 6/4/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Ducks Unlimited, Inc.

Location:Ridgeland, Mississippi

Job Description:

<p>Ducks Unlimited, Inc. (DU), the world's leading waterfowl and wetland conservation organization, is seeking qualified candidates for a Conservation Lands Coordinator to join a great team of professionals and deliver our land conservation program in the three-state region of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi. DU and its Accredited land trust arm, Wetlands America Trust, Inc. (WAT), currently has a conservation easement portfolio consisting of more than 185,000 acres in this geography. We are seeking an experienced individual to work with landowners and other partners on donated / bargain sale easements and fee-title acquisitions, and opportunities in revolving lands, land donations, mitigation, and eco-assets. DU's mission is to conserve, restore and manage wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.</p> <p>The successful candidate will serve as the primary contact for state, federal, non-profit and private landowner conservation partners in matters related to land conservation with a primary area of responsibility in the MS Alluvial Valley and varied potential opportunities within the Gulf Coast regions of Louisiana and Texas. The Coordinator will be responsible for providing leadership and guidance for program activities and issues. The Coordinator will be expected to cooperate with our biological and fundraising staff, as well as the Regional Lands Manager on a routine basis. The Coordinator will play a key role in DU' s long-term success by enabling the organization to build, nurture, and maintain strong relationships with landowners and conservation partners as well as future opportunities with corporate and public sustainability efforts. This position provides opportunities to work with many private and public partners on diverse land conservation issues in a large, critically-important DU service area.</p> <p>This position will be located at the Southern Regional Office in Ridgeland, MS and will report to the Director of Conservation Programs - MS Alluvial Valley.</p>

Required Education:

• Bachelor's degree (MS preferred) in conservation, natural resource management, land use planning, land management or a related field. Farming and forestry background beneficial.

Required Experience:

• Minimum of three years of professional experience related to land use planning, real estate and/or conservation transactions (both conservation easements and fee acquisitions); or project management; more experience strongly preferred.
• Demonstrated ability to independently initiate, structure, negotiate, manage and close complex land transactions.
• Experience working with diverse public and private interests.
• Outstanding verbal and interpersonal communication skills; exceptional written communication skills and the ability to work both independently and as a member of a diverse conservation team.
• Professional interests that align strongly with DU's conservation mission and vision.
• Desire and demonstrated ability to identify and address personal knowledge gaps; to learn on the job; and to cultivate sources of knowledge, expertise, and skill.
• Able and willing to travel frequently within the region of responsibility and occasionally beyond the service area.


Duties and Responsibilities:

• Plan, coordinate and implement a comprehensive lands program to conserve wetlands and associated habitats to achieve defined conservation objectives.
• Function as the primary contact for land program activities including negotiating and managing conservation land efforts including all associated transactional activities. This includes working closely with legal and environmental consultants, foresters and appraisers to assure compliance with DU/WAT procedures.
• Steward private landowners, other conservation partners and government agencies in making informed decisions relative to land conservation opportunities, completing lands transactions, and ensuring compliance with easement terms and that the wetland and waterfowl conservation values of the properties are maintained in perpetuity.
• Build successful partnerships with entities to fund program strategies and their implementation as well as provide leadership within the land conservation community.
• Work with Development (fundraising) staff to obtain conservation easement endowment contributions and identify/ steward potential major donors (including existing and new easement landowners, foundations, corporations) for philanthropic gifts.
• Coordinate and/or conduct preliminary property inspections, due diligence and annual monitoring of conservation easements. Maintaining all files and records relative to land protection activities.
• Assist the Regional Lands Manager with drafting necessary legal documents and other transactional documents as needed.
• Promote lands conservation efforts via engagement, outreach and education.
• Develop funding proposals to support the lands program or fulfill program needs.
• Provide forward thinking and vision toward growing a diverse lands program to fulfill DU's mission.


Commensurate with education and experience.

Apply By:7/9/2019


To apply, please see our website at to submit an application, resume and cover letter indicating your qualifications and why you are interested in the position.  The position will be open until filled.


It is the policy of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 or over), disability (physical, mental or visual), genetic information, marital status (including registered domestic partnership status), military and veteran status, immigration status, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.


Posted By: Maribeth Lane

Forester Arkansas 6/6/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:National Wild Turkey Federation

Location:Lonoke, Arkansas

Job Description:

NWTF Forester - Arkansas

The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is seeking qualified candidates for a forester position working out of a NRCS office in Lonoke, Arkansas.  This is a cooperative position with the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and will be responsible for implementing and promoting forest management on private lands in the Mississippi Delta Region of Arkansas.  This is a full-time, term limited (minimum of two-years) position. 


GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK: :   Monitor, evaluate, and plan conservation activities on ACEP-WRE and WRP easements, provide technical assistance to private landowners regarding timber management on re-forested hardwood plantations, identify additional management needs on ACEP-WRE/WRP easements, and assist partners with outreach efforts regarding bottomland hardwood management. 


·        Evaluate current status of WRE/WRP plantings to determine management need

·        Complete status checks and practice certifications to ensure landowner compliance

·        Provide technical assistance to private landowners to include timber harvest recommendations and oversight

·        Work with landowners to implement habitat management practices in order to create/manage early successional habitat

·        Explore additional funding opportunities in order to leverage NRCS dollars

·        Utilize tools developed by the Lower Mississippi Valley Joint Venture to identify overstocked stands

·        Identify opportunities to increase partnership between public and private landowners

·        Create and submit quarterly/annual reports to highlight partnership accomplishments


KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Preferred candidates will possess experience working in bottomland hardwood ecosystems and knowledge of wild turkeys, forest wildlife and their habitat requirements, to include T&E species; knowledge of forest management and planning for major silvicultural types of the region; experience with and understanding of the Farm Bill and its programs; knowledge of basic surveying principles, map reading and GIS/GPS technology, ArcGIS skills; ability to apply professional scientific techniques to the land for which responsibilities are assigned; 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



·        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 (ex. NRCS, AGFC, USFWS, FSA) with working knowledge of cost-share programs, such as EQIP (NRCS)

·        Experience with forestry and silviculture, conservation implementation, habitat management, and wildlife biology is desired

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

·        Capability to work independently with little direct supervision

·        Demonstrated proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Outlook

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



Salary is commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefits package.

Application Deadline: Friday, June 28th, 2019


To apply: please visit the NWTF website at




Apply By:6/28/2019



Posted By: Lisa Wart

Assistant/Associate Professor Mississippi 6/4/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Mississippi State University

Location:Starkville, Mississippi

Job Description:

POSITION: Assistant/Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology

The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture at Mississippi State University (MSU), is seeking applications for a full time, 9-month tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant/Associate Professor rank. This person will be involved in research, teaching, and service.

LOCATION: This position is on the MSU campus, located in Starkville, Mississippi. A description of the College of Forest Resources (CFR), the Forest and Wildlife Research Center (FWRC), Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Experiment Station (MAFES) and the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture can be found at

STARTING: Fall 2019 or as negotiated

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture (WFA) seeks a dynamic scholar specializing in wildlife-habitat relationships that yield management applications for public and private stakeholders. Some potential fields of interest include, but are not limited to, species-habitat associations, habitat management and restoration, fire ecology, disturbance ecology, forest ecology, and management of working landscapes. In addition to these areas of interest, we encourage applicants to identify opportunities to build on existing departmental expertise and/or expand the department in new directions. The applicant should be a broadly trained wildlife ecologist that can contribute to a diverse faculty group and demonstrate how their research and teaching program will complement and enrich the department.

The primary responsibilities of this position will be the development of a productive, externally-funded, and nationally/internationally recognized research program, effective mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students, and teaching within the WFA program. Teaching responsibilities may include 2-3 undergraduate/graduate courses per year consistent with the candidate expertise and departmental need. The position will be a 50% teaching and 50% research appointment.

Mississippi State University is ranked as one of the top research institutions in the United States. The Carnegie Institute has designated MSU as a "higher research activity" doctoral granting institution. We are also ranked among the nation's top 100 research institutions based on the most recent National Science Foundation survey. The 35-member faculty within the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture leads one of the most productive research programs in the Division of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University. The department is well-known for its highly collegial and interdisciplinary faculty, post-doctoral fellows, research and extension associates that help make the department one of the premier institutions for applied wildlife and fisheries science in the nation As one of the fastest growing undergraduate programs in the region, our 300 undergraduate students concentrate in wildlife agriculture science, human-wildlife interactions, conservation biology, wildlife veterinary medicine, conservation law enforcement, and wildlife, fisheries and aquaculture science. The department also houses 60 graduate students across a variety of programs, with nearly 100% job placement rate following receipt of a graduate degree. Located in Starkville, MS, Mississippi State is the centerpiece of a growing college town with a vibrant and diverse community and economy, a low cost-of-living, main street family atmosphere and connections to over a hundred thousand acres of national forests, national wildlife refuges, and state recreational lands. For more information on the Starkville community visit:

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. with expertise in wildlife ecology and/or related discipline. Excellence in communication and organizational skills, peer-reviewed publications, and a commitment to service are expected. The candidate should show the ability to collaborate with diverse scientific disciplines, various stakeholder groups, and federal and state natural resource agencies to support long-term partnerships.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Preferred characteristics include postdoctoral or agency research experience, procurement of extramural funds to accomplish research, mentoring of graduate students, strong quantitative skills and teaching experience. Preference will be given to candidates whose research focuses on wildlife habitat management and naturally crosses disciplinary lines.

APPLY: Applications must be submitted online at; position (Job No. 498650) and should include: 1) cover letter, 2) curriculum vitae, 3) statement of research philosophy, 4) statement of teaching philosophy, 5) official transcripts, and 6) programmatic vision statement how your research program will build on existing departmental expertise or expand the department in new directions. Letters of recommendation will be requested internally. Please send contact information for three references to:
Angela Hill
Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture
Mississippi State University

For additional information on the position announcement, contact search chair Dr. Kristine Evans (662-325-3167) or email at

Apply By:9/4/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Forestry Commodity Manager Florida 5/15/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Enviva Biomass

Location:Cottondale , Florida

Job Description:

Enviva Biomass is one of the leading producers of wood pellets, for use as a renewable replacement of coal in power plants.  We are actively seeking a candidate to fill a role as a commodity manager. This is an entry level job and the essential functions will be the management of sawmill residuals. You will be responsible for a daily forecast of sawdust and coordinate delivery schedules and timing of the deliveries. Additional responsibilities will include assisting in logging inspections, assisting with roundwood procurement, assist with yearly and monthly budgeting task, and assisting with sustainability audits. 

Required Education:

B.S. degree in Forestry or B.A. degree in business. 

Required Experience:

none is required but some level of experience is preferred. 


Friendly and outgoing personality with the ability to effectively communicate the needs of the mill. 

Profecient with Microsoft office suite.  

Be able to learn quickly and multi task. 



Apply By:8/15/2019


Posted By: Enviva

Hunter Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation Coordinator Oklahoma 5/31/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:National Wild Turkey Federation

Location:Jenks, Oklahoma

Job Description:


Hunting Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation Coordinator – Oklahoma


POSITION SUMMARY:  The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is seeking qualified candidates for a term limited (3-yr minimum), full-time position coordinating hunting recruitment, retention and reactivation (R3) programs in the state of Oklahoma.  This position is a cooperative effort between the NWTF and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) and will be responsible for coordinating and collaborating with various partner organizations to assess gaps in current hunting R3 programming.  The position will be based out of the ODWC office in Jenks, OK office.  The position will be responsible for implementing efforts to develop clear and measurable pathways for hunting R3 in Oklahoma.  Essential duties and responsibilities include the following and other duties may be assigned as needed.


Essential Functions:

·     Create a framework for collaboration between stakeholders that provides the foundation for enhanced communication and coordination of hunter recruitment programs

·     Improve communication and increase awareness of outdoor opportunities for Oklahomans in accordance with the missions of the ODWC and the NWTF.

·     Develop a focused “learn to hunt” system through a comprehensive plan to focus on recruiting, retaining, and reactivating hunters through coordinated efforts between multiple diverse groups.

·     Coordinate with existing hunting and shooting sports outreach staff in Oklahoma

·     Assess the various gaps that exist in recruitment pathways in Oklahoma

·     Expand capacity within new and current stakeholders for programs that fill current gaps in recruitment, retention and reactivation efforts. 

·     Develop tools to enhance the identification of potential participants for hunting outreach efforts

·     Align new and existing mentoring efforts/outreach programs with models of success

·     Coordinate efforts to evaluate current and new programs

·     Assist in the blending of the National Hunting and Shooting Sports R3 Plan with state efforts

·     Develop mentored hunting clubs (social networks) with key partners including youth and family organizations; coordinate efforts to reengage lapsed hunters

·     Maintain data matrix to monitor hunting demographics in Oklahoma for program analysis

·     Create tools for partners to help mentees locate mentoring opportunities

·     Work with ODWC staff to create and implement template for mentor selection & development

·     Assist with various programs where applicable, including: NWTF and other partner education/outreach programs, expos, mentored hunts, Becoming and Outdoors-Woman/Family, Outdoor Discovery Programs

·     Perform administrative duties as assigned



·     Undergraduate degree in education, fish and wildlife management, biology, conservation, natural resources management or similar related field

·     Experience in performing above or similar duties

·     An understanding of Oklahoma conservation organizations, hunting, fishing and shooting sports, and local/National hunting and shooting sports partnership efforts

·     Understanding of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

·     Ability to work irregular schedules including some weekends, evenings and overnight stays

·     Excellent communication and organization skills

·     Ability to work with limited supervision, self-motivated and able to motivate others

·     Able to work with diverse audiences

·     Experience preferred in administering and coordinating outdoor education programming, partnership development and support, and volunteer management. 

·     Knowledge of current R3 efforts both locally and National

·     Ability to think and act creatively and strategically to further hunting and shooting sports R3 efforts

·     Experience with strategic planning, and leading diverse stakeholder groups in planning efforts



Applicant must be able and willing to:

·     Work alone in a diverse range of climatic and topographic conditions including extreme hot and cold temperatures, biting insects, and snakes, possibly in remote areas with limited access and amenities and other extreme conditions as warranted 

·     Walk several miles per day in the conditions described above and drive and/or ride long distances frequently 


Salary is commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefits package.  Application June 28, 2019.

Please visit the NWTF website ( to apply




Apply By:6/28/2019



Posted By: Lisa Wart

Graduate Research Assistant (MS or PhD position) Mississippi 5/14/2019 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Mississippi State University

Location:Starkville, Mississippi

Job Description:

One graduate research assistantship is available for a Master of Science (MS) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) student in the Department of Sustainable Bioproducts at Mississippi State University (MSU). The successful candidate will be involved in a multidisciplinary project in the field of timber engineering with a focus on durability of mass timber structures. The candidate will be involved in the design of cross-laminated timber (CLT) wall envelope system against environmental and biological degradation. The successful candidate will be funded during the study period (i.e. 2 years for MS degree and 3 years for PhD degree) with an assistantship, plus tuition, fees and insurance.

The candidate must:

  • Possess undergraduate and graduate degrees relevant to the topic of the study, preferably in civil (structural) engineering, architecture, or wood science
  • Previously attained and maintained exceptional academic standing (min GPA 3.0 on 4.0 scale basis)
  • Have a TOEFL score of 79 iBT or IELTS score of 6.5 or better (students with non-English credentials only)
  • Be adaptive to multi-disciplinary research work requirements
  • Be an excellent team-player

To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, and the names and contact information of two references by email as a single pdf file to Dr. Hyungsuk Lim . The review of the applications will start on May 17, 2019 until the position is filled. The expected enrollment in the program is either August 1, 2019 or January 1, 2020.

We thank all of the applicants, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Additional information can be found at the websites of the MSU Department of Sustainable Bioproducts ( and Office of Graduate School (

Apply By:8/14/2019

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