Forester - Illinois Illinois 3/23/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:National Wild Turkey Federation

Location:Elizabeth, Illinois

Job Description:

Forester - Illinois

The Forester - Illinois, is responsible for providing technical assistance to private landowners to conserve and/or enhance forests, including critical white oaks in the Driftless Area of Northwest Illinois. The forester will be responsible for administering, implementing and promoting forestry improvements through Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) technical assistance programs. Work will be accomplished primarily through the development of conservation plans focused on forestry resources, and conducting outreach activities such as workshops and field days. The forester provides forestry assistance to private landowners, communities and public agencies to achieve optimum environmental, economic and social benefits from forest resources, including supporting White Oak Initiative efforts via: developing forest management plans, prescribed burn plans, tree planting plans, landowner site visits, resource inventories, CPA-52 Environmental Evaluation Worksheet, Customer Service Toolkit Plan development, checkout, and certification of activities utilizing NRCS conservation practices standards, specifications, and job sheets.


The Forester - Illinois, is a salaried exempt, full-time, term-limited position (5 years) with full benefits. Benefits include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, LTD, Vacation, Sick pay, Holidays, 401(k) with employer match, and more. This position will be housed in the Jo Daviess County NRCS Service Center in Elizabeth, Illinois and have the flexibility to work remotely at times.



The Forester - Illinois, requires a Bachelor's degree in Forestry (from a SAF-Accredited Program) or other natural resource degree with a strong forestry emphasis or relevant experience (Applicants with a Master's degree in forestry or education/experience in wildlife management are preferred), demonstrated proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook), ArcGIS, Google Maps, and other computer mapping systems to identify and delineate project boundaries. Experience with forestry and silvicultural, conservation implementation, habitat management, and wildlife biology is desired, as well as strong organizational skills, the ability to work independently with little direct supervision, strong written and verbal communication skills, experience working with private landowners and Federal & State agencies with working knowledge of Farm Bill programs. Preferred candidates will possess experience working in Midwest U.S. forest ecosystems and with associated techniques to manage those forests. Knowledge of forest inventory, management, and planning for major silvicultural types of the region is preferred; map reading and GIS-GPS technology, the ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in written form, to convey clear and persuasive messages that positively influence the thoughts and actions of others and work with the general public, state, federal, NGO partners & other cooperators and peers is also required. The forester will possess knowledge and skills in the use and operation of forestry field equipment as well as skills in preparing spreadsheets, reporting accomplishments within NWTF reporting systems and using basic computing applications.


$42,900 minimum annual salary

Apply By:4/17/2023



Posted By: Lisa Wart

Forestry Program Specialist Kentucky 3/21/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Department of Natural Resources

Location:Frankfort, Kentucky

Job Description:

The agency may authorize the selected applicant to telecommute two days a week. The agency may terminate or modify the telecommuting arrangement at any time.

The mission of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet (EEC) is to improve the quality of life for all Kentuckians by protecting our land, air, and water resources by utilizing our natural resources in an environmentally conscientious manner. We do this by helping families connect with nature and preserving the Commonwealth’s natural heritage; and by supporting innovative, resilient, and sustainable energy solutions that together bring economic benefit to the commonwealth.

If you are looking for a positive work environment and a career where you can make a difference in the environment we live in, then EEC is the cabinet for you. For more information on what our cabinet has to offer, check out our YouTube page and our Careers page

By joining the Division of Forestry/Forest Management Branch/Stewardship, FIA, and Urban Section as a Forest Stewardship Forestry Program Specialist in Franklin county, you will have the opportunity to significantly contribute to ensuring the programmatic integrity of numerous forestry-related programs, and the consistent delivery of services to the public. During the performance of your assigned duties, you will interact on a daily/weekly basis with local, state, regional, and national partners with emphasis on coordinating the forest stewardship program statewide, sustainable forest management and the public, especially with branch personnel, the forest management branch, and the division's program staff.

Holders of the Forest Stewardship Forestry Program Specialist position will complete tasks such as:

  • Implementing, coordinating, and monitoring all of the federal program requirements. 
  • Coordinating with Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) on Farm Bill delivery including working closely with NRCS state-level personnel on forestry cost-share specifications that meet NRCS practice standards.
  • Developing educational forestry materials, and assisting with professional forester training series, silvicultural training and sustainable forestry management initiatives.
  • Seeking federal funding opportunities for specialized forest stewardship forestry projects.
  • Preparing grant narratives, contractual agreements, accomplishment reports, SMART reporting, geographic information systems (GIS)-Survey 123 forest stewardship monitoring reports and annual GIS uploads into the national US Forest Service database.
  • Provide sustainable management goals and strategies for the forest stewardship program.
  • Continue outreach efforts with the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service to continue to produce topic-specific short courses, webinars, marketing workshops, publications, etc.
  • Recognize one overall state winner for the Kentucky Outstanding Forest Steward of the Year contest and present the awards.
  • Continue to inspect forests that are certified by the American Tree Farm System.
  • Provide technical assistance to private forest landowners seeking cost share assistance through other USDA programs especially the NRCS funds that have been dedicated to Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) and Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) cost-share practices in Kentucky. Those practices will include afforestation, riparian buffers, timber stand improvement, and improvement on existing access trails and roads.
  • Continue to operate two seedling nurseries to provide a low cost source of native hardwood species for afforestation and reforestation efforts across the Commonwealth.

Desired candidates possess the following requisite skills or experience applicable to the position:

  • Ability to work independently.
  • Effective communication, organization, and documentation skills.
  • Proficient knowledge and use of information technology and federal accomplishment reporting.
  • Prepare forest stewardship plans and practice plans for landowners who sign up to receive cost-share assistance in the EQIP program. A forest stewardship plan is required as part of the conservation planning process.
  • Continue to provide technical assistance that includes selectively marking and estimating volume of timber for harvest; timber marketing assistance; assistance in tree planting and/or natural forest regeneration; timber stand improvement recommendations and marking; and other forest-related resource management assistance as appropriate.

EEC provides opportunities for development and upward movement. There is room to grow your skillset as you build your career. Come join our team and make an impact in the future of Kentucky. We look forward to reviewing your application.

Minimum Requirements
EDUCATION: Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree in forestry.

EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, OR SKILLS: Must have three years of professional experience in forest products utilization, forest health, nursery and tree improvement, urban and community forestry, wildfire prevention and control, forest management and stewardship assistance or three years of professional experience as a forester.

Substitute EDUCATION for EXPERIENCE: Graduate study in forestry will substitute for the required experience on a year-for-year basis.

Substitute EXPERIENCE for EDUCATION: Experience in forest products utilization, forest health, nursery and tree improvement, urban and community forestry, wildfire prevention and control, forest management and stewardship assistance or related field will substitute for the required education on a year for year basis.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (AGE, LICENSURE, REGULATION, ETC.): Must possess a valid driver's license prior to appointment in this job classification. Must be at least 21 years of age. Must maintain any required licensure(s), certification(s), or other credentials for the length of employment in this job classification. Employing agency is responsible for ensuring employee possess and maintains required licensure(s), certification(s) or other credentials.

Working Conditions
Work includes both administrative duties, which may involve frequent contact with regional personnel and other agencies, and field duties which involve outdoor work at the nursery or forestlands in general. Working outdoors may occur during adverse weather conditions. A moderate amount of travel is required.

Probationary Period
This job has an initial and promotional probationary period of 6 months, except as provided in KRS 18A.111.

If you have questions about this advertisement, please contact Pam Snyder at or 502-782-7184.

Apply By:3/31/2023

Posted By: KBrasher

Assistant Professor of Forest Soils Texas 3/13/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Stephen F. Austin State University

Location:Nacogdoches, Texas

Job Description:

The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture seeks candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Forest Soils. This is an 11-month appointment with excellent opportunity for 12 months. The successful candidate will contribute to instruction at the Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy levels, in his or her specific area(s) of expertise. Specifically, the incumbent will be expected to teach undergraduate courses in forest soils and environmental soil science. The incumbent will assist in team teaching a summer field station course for undergraduate forestry majors. Additional courses may include land reclamation and remediation, soils in construction management, soil taxonomy, and soil fertility. Opportunities will exist to create additional undergraduate and graduate courses in the incumbent’s area of expertise.

The incumbent is expected to develop a successful research program in forest soils with potential topics including, but not limited to, soil productivity and fertility, soil-plant-water relations, or ecosystem services. Obtaining extramural research funding, including an approved McIntire-Stennis project, mentoring graduate students, and publishing results in peer-reviewed journals is expected. The incumbent is expected to collaborate with professionals and scientists outside the college. Successful applicants will provide outreach and service to the college, university, forestry profession, and communities of Texas.


Application: For full consideration, application materials must be submitted online at: Required application materials include: (1) Cover Letter: a letter of application to include a summary of academic training, professional experience, qualifications, and teaching and research interests related to the position, (2) Transcripts of all college or university work, (3) Curriculum Vitae, (4) List of References: names and complete contact information (including phone and email addresses) of three references, and (5) Teaching and Research Philosophy Statements. Applications will not be considered complete until all documents have been received. Official transcripts will be required prior to interview. Review of applications will begin on April 10, 2023. The position will remain open until filled.


Pending legislative approval, Stephen F. Austin State University will become a member of the University of Texas System, effective Fall of 2023. Stephen F. Austin State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer committed to diversity.

Required Education:

The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in forest soils, or closely-related field. The degree must be completed prior to the date of employment, but ABD candidates are encouraged to apply. At least one degree in forestry is preferred.



Apply By:4/10/2023



Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture
P. O. Box 6109
419 East College Street
Stephen F. Austin State University
Nacogdoches, TX 75962-6109

Posted By: Rebecca Kidd

Forester - Alabama Alabama 3/13/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:National Wild Turkey Federation

Location:Mobile, Alabama

Job Description:


National Forestry Initiative Forester -Alabama


The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) is seeking qualified candidates for a forester.  This is a cooperative position between the NWTF and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and will be responsible for administering, implementing and promoting forestry improvements through NRCS technical assistance programs on private lands. This is a full-time, term limited position.  Duty station is Jackson, AL NRCS Field office. This forester position will focus on delivery of NRCS conservation programs to historically underserved/limited resource forest landowners in a service area of approximately 8 surrounding counties. 



The forester position assists partners in promoting management of privately owned forested lands and riparian communities for multiple resource benefits, including forest & riparian health, wildlife habitat, fuels reduction and water quality.  The forester provides forestry assistance to private landowners, communities and public agencies to achieve optimum environmental, economic and social benefits from forest resources.  In addition, the forester will implement silvicultural practices and deliver technical assistance and financial assistance programs under the direction of NRCS. The forester provides forestry assistance to private landowners to achieve optimum environmental, economic and social benefits from forest resources.  In addition, the forester will prescribe and monitor silvicultural practices and deliver technical assistance and financial assistance programs under the direction of NRCS.


·     Provide multiple resource management planning that addresses significant forest and riparian health concerns on private lands through the delivery of technical assistance and available federal and state financial assistance programs

·     Develop and provide recommendations for working in forest stands and riparian areas to ensure these critical habitats are included in private lands management planning

·     Work with local conservation districts to identify and plan multi-partner landscape level conservation projects

·     Provide expertise related to management of wildlife habitat beneficial to wild turkeys, elk, deer and other wildlife species with emphasis placed on forest health, including forest thinning, invasive species control, proper grazing regimes and riparian improvements

·     Prepare and monitor forest management plans based on accepted silvicultural practices Conduct T&E reviews for NEPA/ESA compliance on Farm Bill program projects

·     Prepare forest management project contracts, providing specifications and prescriptions for forest management activities appropriate to the region

·     Develop and deliver innovative forest management techniques to landowners and cooperators through workshops, written materials, field days and educational programs

·     Provide internal review and input as requested on need, purpose and design during all stages of USDA-NRCS program forest management project planning and implementation

·     Provide or participate in trainings or presentations related to forestry, wildlife, conservation planning certification and other topics associated with natural resource management

·     Promote awareness and collaboration of state, federal and local conservation programs and planning, and acquire project support through engagement with conservation organizations, local conservation groups, industry and local communities

·     Other functions as assigned by supervisor



Preferred candidates will possess experience working in the forest ecosystems, riparian communities and a working knowledge of wild turkeys, forest wildlife and their habitat requirements.  Knowledge of forest entomology, pathology, forest management and planning for major silvicultural types of the region is required.  Familiarity with NEPA & ESA and a working knowledge of basic surveying principles, map reading and GIS/GPS technology, ArcGIS skills and the ability to apply professional scientific techniques to the land for which responsibilities are assigned is required.  The forester will possess the ability to effectively cooperate with private landowners, the general public, cooperators and their peers.  The position requires the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in written form, to convey clear and persuasive messages that positively influence the thoughts and actions of others.  



·        Demonstrated knowledge of forest & riparian community management techniques

·        Strong organizational skills and capability to work independently with little direct supervision

·        Strong written and verbal communication skills

·        Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Forestry from a SAF-Accredited Program or other natural resource degree with a strong forestry emphasis, or relevant experience (Applicants with a Master’s degree in forestry or education/experience in wildlife management are preferred).  Applicants within two months of graduating with a degree as listed must secure degree before date of hire.

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



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, 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 skillset and includes an excellent benefits package. 


Salary range for NFI Foresters is $42,934 to $60,512 per year



Salary range for NFI Foresters is $42,934 to $60,512 per year

Apply By:3/31/2023


Posted By: Lisa Wart

Utility Forester/Contract Arborist Mississippi 3/8/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:ArborMetrics llc

Location:Meridian, Hattiesburg, Laurel, Mississippi

Job Description:

Utility Forester/Contract Arborist

This position provides planning, scheduling, reporting, and project management for utility right-of-way vegetation management programs throughout our operating region.

Job Type: Full-Time +, Non-Exe


  • Health & Dental Insurance.
  • 401K with Company Match.
  • Paid holidays/sick leave/vacation.
  • Company Vehicle.

At ARBORMETRICS we are always looking for people with knowledge of local trees and vegetation, good communication and computer skills, a valid driver's license, and the ability to work independently safely, and efficiently.

ARBORMETRICS specializes in combining the power and expertise of our people, software, and hardware into mobile workforce solutions that streamline your vegetation management program.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Inspect right-of-ways to assess vegetation conditions and determine required maintenance activities.
  • Assist with developing bid package maps and work manifests.
  • Obtains oral/written permission from property owners to trim or remove trees and apply herbicides. Arranges with customer or property owner to obtain access to the property, advises of any interruption in services, explains work to be performed, etc.
  • Discusses responsibility for apparent property damage, and repairs for minor damage, and refers controversial cases to the General Foreperson/Project Coordinator.
  • Research easement and land rights for widths, rights, and restrictions.
  • Meet with landowners to explain vegetation management work.
  • Mark works 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 specifications and requirements.
  • Document work activity using GIS equipped computer & custom work planning software.
  • Inspect work completed by contractors for compliance with utility specifications.
  • Assist in the management of contractors during storm restoration operations.
  • Provide support and assistance on special projects as assigned by the utility.


  • Upon offer, employees may be required to complete and pass a pre-employment drug screen, background, and/or MVR check.

License & Certifications:

  • Valid Driver's License Required.

Physical Requirements:

  • RARE  (less than 10%): stooping, kneeling, squatting, body-twisting, crawling, climbing poles, color vision, lifting, pushing, pulling, climbing ladders, climbing stairs, lifting over 10 lbs. to 50 lbs., lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • OCCASIONAL (up to 33%): sitting, manual dexterity, climbing on/off a truck, gripping, reaching, range of motion, carrying, balancing, lifting up to 50 lbs.
  • FREQUENT (up to 66%): standing, walking, sense of touch, seeing distant, hearing-speech range, depth perception.
  • CONTINUOUS (up to 100%): seeing, speaking clearly.


Due to the inherently dangerous nature of the industry and requirements to work with or around hazardous equipment, employees must have sufficient eyesight to judge distance/coordination of equipment and tools, be able to maintain attention and concentration for extended periods, be able to withstand exposure to all kinds of weather while completing work assignments, be able to wear personal protective equipment as necessary, be able to enter and exit a vehicle numerous times a day, have the endurance necessary to traverse various terrain, be capable of performing job duties throughout a standard 8- or 10-hour day, be able to communicate with others, read, write, and comprehend written/verbal job instructions and information, and communicate and handle conflict professionally.

  • Works in all temperatures and weather
  • May work around excessive noise from machines, chain saw, wood chippers, and other equipment with hearing protection
  • May be exposed to nature i.e., irritating plants and biting or stinging insects, and dust
  • May work on unlevel terrain
  • May be exposed to dogs and other animals

About Us:

In 2006, ARBORMETRICS Solutions was established and we soon began to build our steadfast reputation by taking one client at a time and enhancing their vegetation management programs to be more efficient, effective, safe, and transparent. Today, our clients include utilities, municipalities, and other agencies throughout North America interested in finding ways to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of their vegetation management programs.

We are intimately familiar with today’s dynamic vegetation management regulatory environment. We partner with our clients to ensure all work is compliant with local, state, and federal government regulatory requirements.

Training and safety are central to everything we do. All ARBORMETRICS employees receive ongoing training on all aspects of vegetation management.

Individuals must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.  Individuals with a disability who desire a reasonable accommodation should contact the ADA Coordinator at 1-800-248-8733, ext. 1339.

An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Required Education:

Bachelor's Degree in Forestry, Natural Resource Sciences/Management, Horticulture, or related field preferred. Associates Degree required.

ISA Certified Arborist or ability to obtain certification within 1 year, ISA Utility Specialist preferred.

Required Experience:

2+ years of applicable work experience preferred.


Minimum Qualifications:
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Working knowledge of IVM, techniques, and equipment used for vegetation management.
Excellent personal computing skills, GIS knowledge preferred.


Competitive, Hourly

Apply By:4/7/2023



ARBOR METRICS - United States
224 Thompson St. #104
Hendersonville, NC.28792
Phone 866.685.1880

Posted By: Casie Kerns

Research Technician Mississippi 2/21/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Mississippi State University

Location:Starkville, Mississippi

Job Description:

Research Technician (Forestry)

Position Function: This position will manage the establishment and maintenance (weed control, insect control) of research sites and field trials throughout Mississippi. This includes overseeing student workers and communicating with farm managers, landowners and contractors about site maintenance needs and application of chemical control of both herbaceous plants and insect pests. This position will also include data collection and data management from research plots including, but not limited to, tree growth and survival. The ability to assume responsibility, carry out directed research, work independently or cooperatively with minimum supervision is essential.

Salary Grade: 11
Please see Staff Compensation Structure or Skilled Crafts and Service Maintenance Compensation Schedule for salary ranges. For salary grade UC, these positions are "Unclassified" and salary ranges are determined by the hiring department.

Department Profile:

The Department of Forestry is one of three departments in the College of Forest Resources and the Forest and Wildlife Research Center at Mississippi State University. The faculty have diverse teaching, research, service, and outreach expertise in the disciplines of forest biology and watershed management; forest economics, management, and policy; and forest measurements, biometrics, and spatial technologies. The Department has two undergraduate degree programs, Forestry and Natural Resource and Environmental Conservation, each accredited by the Society of American Foresters with ~200 students in addition to ~40 graduate students in both on-campus and distance education programs. The University’s John W. Starr Memorial Forest (a +8,000-acre research and teaching forest), the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, and the Tombigbee National Forest are located in close proximity to the University and used for teaching, research, and Extension/outreach activities.

Mississippi State University is a Carnegie Very High Research Activity (R1) institution and a land grant university with a strong connection to the state-wide Extension Service. The University is in Starkville, a medium-size college town in northeast Mississippi (

Anticipated Appointment Date: March 2023.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Operate small farm equipment including tractors and attached implements to control weeds and herbaceous vegetation (mowing, tilling etc.).
  2. Ability to utilize trailers and ATVs to access field sites and transport equipment there.
  3. Knowledge of handling, mixing and applying chemicals to control herbaceous competition and insects at field sites.
  4. Ability to utilize a chainsaw in a safe and effective manner to cut small to medium-sized trees
  5. Potential for manual weed control with hand tools (hoes etc) in localized areas.
  6. Measurement of tree heights and diameters, disease characteristics as well as other data types and enter data into Excel spreadsheets.
  7. Periodic inventory and maintenance of vehicles and field equipment and coordinating repair and maintenance of equipment, as necessary.
  8. Coordinate work activities among graduate students, research associates and undergraduate student workers.
  9. Perform other work associated with research or Departmental activities as requested by your supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education: High school diploma or GED.
Experience: Four (4) years of field work experience relevant to the position.
Licensure: Valid driver's license.
Substitutions: An equivalent combination of related education and related experience may be considered for this position.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The ability to assume responsibility, carry out directed research, work independently or cooperatively with minimum supervision is essential.

Working Conditions and Physical Effort
Regularly involves lifting, bending or other physical exertion. Job occasionally requires heavy lifting of more than 50 pounds. Often exposed to one or more elements such as heat, cold, noise, dust, dirt, chemicals, etc.

Instructions for Applying:
Link to apply:

Applicants should apply online at and include a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references with name, relationship, email address and telephone number. Applicant should redact their social security number if it appears on their academic transcript prior to submitting it online.

Screening Date:
February 27, 2023 until filled.

Restricted Clause:
Position is contingent upon continued availability of funding.

Apply By:5/21/2023

Posted By: KBrasher

Property Coordinator Mississippi 1/31/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Circle Bar Ranch

Location:Foxworth, Mississippi

Job Description:

A privately owned ranch is seeking a Property Coordinator to help oversee a 2000+-acre tract in Foxworth MS. The candidate will be responsible to work alongside the Ranch Manager (40 yrs. at site) in coordinating all ranch operations, which include: a small-scale cattle operation, timber, farming, limited commercial hunting for whitetail deer & exotics, and a pending (summer) youth camp. Candidate must enjoy working outdoors at this legendary site.

The successful candidate must work well with little supervision, be self-motivated and a forward thinker, supervise ranch contract staff, assist in managing various contractors and site projects, and be willing to care for the property as their own.

Essential duties and tasks are listed below.  These responsibilities are an overview of the position’s requirements and not the only responsibilities.  As needed, the candidate will be expected to perform other necessary duties in support of the effective operation of the property.  The intent is to expand the job duties and responsibilities of the Coordinator role to the point of the successful candidate transitioning to the Site Director role within a short period of time.


Required Education:

B.S. degree in Wildlife Management, Forestry, or related
field, plus related field experience.

A M.S. degree in a related field is desirable, but not required.

Required Experience:

Essential Responsibilities:

Demonstrates safe practices and compliance with
ranch rules at all times

Planning schedules and overseeing ranch projects

Serve as primary (owner) contact for management
plans of Timber, Wildlife, and Cattle

Ability to safely operate farm equipment:  bulldozer, tractors, etc.

Develop and execute Maintenance Plans for
equipment and facilities 

Assist 3rd party resource experts in
Hunting and Timber operations, on seasonal basis

Insure operations continue to be in compliance
with county, state and federal regulations


Ability to work outside in varying climate conditions year-round

Ability to lift objects up to 60lbs from ground to waist, in repetition

Ability to climb and work off ladders and scaffolding

Ability to work with chainsaws

Perform various other strenuous outdoor
activities when needed; without medical limitations

Work Schedule: Typically M-F with hours adjusted for seasonal weather
conditions. Must be flexible to
accommodate ranch activities and occasional required role outside of normal
business hours.

Candidate should be proficient in general computer skills of
including MS Office applications, email, and certain Tablet/Smart-Phone Apps.

Candidate must pass periodic drug tests, and annual
background test for working at youth facility.


This is a full-time salaried job with a competitive salary
and benefits including annual bonus based on performance.

Salary will be adjusted for qualifications
and experience.

On site housing and
business-use vehicle is available to the selected candidate as part of the
compensation package

Application reviews will begin February 20, 2023 and
continue until position is filled.

Apply By:3/31/2023

Posted By: Circle Bar Ranch

Area Forester Multiple States 1/5/2023 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:TTG Forestry Services, LLC

Location:Florence, AL, Multiple States

Job Description:

TTG Forestry Services, LLC ("TTG") is seeking a qualified candidate for a full-time forester position. The position would be located in Florence, AL or the surrounding area. TTG manages approximately 137,000 acres in AL/MS/TN.


• Manage 3-5 logging crews at any given time, both for thinning and for clearcuts.         Will include timber sale setup, BMP oversight, and merchandising verification
• Inventory cruising including seedling survival audits
• Tree planting supervision
• Oversight on chemical site-preparation applications
• Annual tract inspections
• Road maintenance oversight
• Develop relationships with local wood buyers and mills
• Ability to learn and utilize company systems including GIS software


Required Education:

Bachelor's degree in Forestry

Required Experience:

3+ years experience preferred but will consider new graduates


Would prefer experience in all areas listed above, but willing to train as needed





Salary variable based on experience; full benefits package included (insurance, matching 401k, bonus plan, etc.)

Apply By:4/5/2023


Posted By: John Lange

Assistant Professor of Biology: Natural Resources and Conservation Management Georgia 9/8/2022 +

Categorized Under:

Organization:Thomas University

Location:Thomasville, Georgia

Job Description:

Thomas University, an independent, not-for-profit, institution of higher education in Thomasville, Georgia with undergraduate and graduate programs invites applicants for the position of Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of our new Natural Resources and Conservation Management (NRCM) program housed in the Division of Health and Science. Rank is negotiable upon hire with prior teaching experience and rank. Reporting to the program director of science, the position is an academic, on campus appointment.

Required Education:

Earned doctorate degree in Natural Resources and Conservation Management, Ecology, or a closely related field.

Required Experience:

Experience relating to the required skills is a must.


GIS certification or demonstrated experience.

Demonstrated leadership coordinating academic program through curriculum development, program assessment, and recruitment.

Expertise teaching online and developing/coordinating online programming.

Ability to build relationships and work cooperatively with all constituents.



Apply By:5/1/2023

Phone:(229) 226-1621

Posted By: Thomas University