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Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc.

Two positions available:

Applicants require a B.Sc. in Forestry or diploma from a recognized forestry school and be eligible to register as a professional forester in Alberta. As well, applicants should possess strong leadership skills and be self-motivated, able to work in a team environment, and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. A minimum of five years’ experience in Forestry planning and/or operations is required.

 

 Operations Team Lead

Responsible for the delivery of quality logs to the mill, on time and on budget, you will coordinate and supervise logging, hauling, road construction, reclamation, road maintenance and silviculture contracts, and contribute to and be accountable for team budget expectations while supporting safety, quality, production, community and environmental objectives. You will liaise with internal and external stakeholders and promote local aboriginal initiatives.

Forest Resources Planning Team Lead

To layout and obtain approval for approximately 1,800,000 m3 annually, you will work with third party consultants, liaise with government personnel, consult with indigenous and local communities, collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, and develop, support and integrate harvest plans. You will contribute to and be accountable for team budget expectations while supporting safety, quality, production, community and environmental objectives. Experience with Woodstock Modeling platform and REMSOFT analytics platform would be an asset.

 

Applicants may be considered for either position.

 

Please fax or e-mail your application, in confidence, to: Human Resources, Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc., PO Box 8000, Boyle, AB T0A 0M0Fax: 780-525-8028 E-mail: careers@alpac.ca

Alberta-Pacific’s success is a direct result of the hard work and commitment of our nearly 1,100 talented team members and contractors. By joining our team, you become a part of a dynamic company that encourages innovation and recognizes its people for their contribution.

For more information on Alberta-Pacific, please see our website: www.alpac.ca

Al-Pac is a world leader in the production of high-quality kraft pulp. These positions will be at the millsite, which is a comfortable 2-hour drive North of Edmonton, Alberta. Al-Pac’s team system is designed to provide team members the opportunity to maximize their capabilities and continually learn new skills. At Al-Pac we pride ourselves on team development and strongly support individual training. As a result, our team members are more involved in policy setting and decision-making than may be experienced at a traditional organization. Work life balance and community involvement are encouraged.

Posting: Alberta Pacific 1709071 Thunder Bay CJ 3×90

Al-Pac is a world leader in the production of high-quality kraft pulp. These positions will be at the millsite, which is a comfortable 2-hour drive North of Edmonton, Alberta. Al-Pac’s team system is designed to provide team members the opportunity to maximize their capabilities and continually learn new skills. At Al-Pac we pride ourselves on team development and strongly support individual training. As a result, our team members are more involved in policy setting and decision-making than may be experienced at a traditional organization. Work life balance and community involvement are encouraged


 

 

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