To expose candidates to a wide variety of functions within the Company, to include botany, wildlife, fisheries, timber cruising, forest engineering, sales, timberland services, forestry, and operations. Designed to provide an opportunity to gain an understanding of the processes and roles within Green Diamond.
Under the guidance of the department leader, the incumbent supports a wide variety of tasks. Duties may include:
- Use company data collector for field data entry and proprietary software program to create cruise reports.
- Describe the cruise data and stand characteristics in a written report.
- Complete inventory sample plots.
- Navigate to assigned stands, locate plots using a compass and pacing or GPS.
- Complete assigned graded inventory plots, primarily fixed radius. Sampling includes tree count, species, diameter, total heights, form-factor, crown heights, height, age log sort, log quality, length, and defect.
- Complete inventory cruise maps.
- Note any special features that could be relevant to future timber harvest including unstable slopes, root rot pockets or unmapped streams.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
- Must have a valid Driver’s License.
- Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite.
- Must be able to take responsibility for the quality of his/hers work products as well as his/ hers own personal safe behaviors.
- Ability to learn the use of forest engineering equipment.
- Must be an active and contributing participant in the safety program.
- Demonstrated ability to navigate with the aid of a map and compass.
- Ability to work overtime as necessary.
- Effective and professional relationships with co-workers within immediate work group, outside the immediate department, and with key contacts outside the company.
- Effective and productive communications skills; speaks well, communicates ideas clearly. Writes well, clearly and concisely. Is approachable and open to discussion.
- Conducts self in a professional manner at all times. Treats others with respect at all times. Does not tolerate discrimination based on race, gender, religion, ethnic background, or national origin. Shares knowledge with others and participates in mentoring.
- Manages multiple priorities professionally with minimum disruption to others. Organized and proactively manages environment. Responds to unexpected challenges successfully without losing track of daily responsibilities. Prioritizes workload in order of importance. Reliably follows through with job assignments.
- Ability to learn and administer GDRCo’s conservation program, operational guidelines, and State Forest Practice Rules.
- Learns, applies and retains new methods and information. Creative in solving problems. Exhibits a “can do” attitude with a positive approach to challenges. Views obstacles as opportunities to learn and grow.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
- This position is located in Shelton, WA.
- Works primarily (90%+) of the time in the field under varying topography and climatic extremes.
- Ability to orient, climb, and traverse steep rugged, densely vegetated terrain on a consistent basis in in sometimes harsh weather conditions for long periods of time.
- Must have the ability to see distance and detail with accuracy.
- Must have ability to work independently and without immediate supervision in remote areas.
- Works in conditions that may expose employee wildlife encounters, poison oak and/or insect bites.
- Mandatory travel to remote company locations.
- Ability to tour logging operations, attend training and company functions.
- Must maintain punctual and regular attendance and present appropriate professional appearance at all times.
- Requires the use of standard safety equipment in regulation with GDRCo.
- This position may be exposed to nettles, pollen, dust and pesticides.
- This position is a Physical and Mental Requirement Classification 3.