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Directeur(trice) des Opérations Forestières

 
Posté sur:
Wed, Nov 30th, 2022
Emplacement:
Chibougamau-Chapais, Qc
Pour plus d'informations:
POUR PLUS DE DÉTAILS :
Claude Lajoie consultant Recrutement – 819-574-2546
clajoie@scclconsultant.com
Date de clôture:
Fri, Dec 30th, 2022

Directeur(trice) des Opérations Forestière

Ce poste est situé dans la région de Chibougamau-Chapais, Qc

Relevant du Directeur général, la personne sélectionnée planifie, organise, dirige et contrôle les activités pour le groupe de la foresterie, en assure le bon fonctionnement et l’atteinte des objectifs, et ce, tout en s’assurant du respect des normes de sécurité et de qualité en vigueur.

Vous négocierez des contrats liés à la planification forestière, à la construction de routes, aux opérations de récolte et aux activités sylvicoles. Vous établirez et maintiendrez également des contacts avec toutes les parties prenantes.

RESPONSABILITÉS

  • Planifier, organiser, diriger et contrôler les opérations forestières pour l’approvisionnement de l’usine de Chapais.
    Négocier les contrats avec tous les entrepreneurs impliqués et en assurer le respect et la conformité.
    Développer et entretenir des relations basées sur le respect auprès des Premières Nations.
    Préparer et assurer le suivi des budgets.
    Gérer et assurer le mentorat du personnel sous sa supervision.
    S’assurer du respect des normes de santé et sécurité au travail.
    Veiller au respect de la législation et de la règlementation en vigueur.
    Effectuer toutes autres tâches nécessaires à l’accomplissement de ses fonctions.
     
    PROFIL DE COMPÉTENCES
  • Autonomie et aptitudes marquées pour la planification et l’organisation du travail.
    Faire preuve de créativité et d’innovation.
    Professionnalisme, jugement et rigueur.
    Capacité à saisir les enjeux d’affaires et à établir des relations professionnelles basées sur le respect.
    Compétences éprouvées en négociation.

Qualifications

  • Formation en génie forestier de même que de 5 à 10 ans d’expérience pertinente en foresterie.
  • Avoir à son actif une expérience pertinente de gestion d’équipes d’opérations, gestion de projets et de budgets d’opérations.
  • Expérience et réalisations significatives impliquant divers intervenants du territoire dont les Premières Nations.
  • Connaissances avancées en termes d’outils informatique dont : Suite Microsoft office.
  • Expérience de la forêt boréale un atout.
  • Bilinguisme est un atout.

General Manager

 
Posté sur:
Tue, Nov 2nd, 2021
Emplacement:
Prince Albert, SK
Pour plus d'informations:
Compensation and Benefits
Sakâw Askiy offers an excellent benefits and relocation package and a competitive salary that is commensurate with experience.
Applications will be accepted until December 15, 2021. Please email applications to gm@Sakaw.ca
Date de clôture:
Wed, Dec 15th, 2021

Sakâw Askiy Management Inc. is seeking a highly motivated individual with forest management background to assume an exciting, multifaceted role within our corporation, performing a wide variety of roles to achieve the forest management and business objectives as established by the Sakâw Askiy Management Inc. Board of Directors.

Reporting to the Sakâw Askiy Management Inc. Board of Directors, the General Manager will act as the single point of contact for the Sakâw Askiy consortium. This person will be responsible for the administration of the corporation's forest management agreement (the "Prince Albert FMA") and facilitating planning in the FMA area while ensuring compliance with contractual and other obligations. The General Manager will also support shareholders in building strong relationships with Indigenous Peoples, Communities, and Stakeholders within the Forest Management Agreement area. You will also oversee Sakâw’s Office Manager / Bookkeeper who looks after finances and daily operations.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Post-secondary education in business, engineering, forestry or environmental sciences.
  • Technical knowledge - 10 years’ experience working in forest management and doing managerial work.
     

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Proven interpersonal skills – relationship management, discretion, diplomacy, presence, and leadership.
  • Exhibit behaviour associated with strong performance in communications – listening, writing, presentation, and media.
  • Strategic thinking - ability to understand the sector, including economic issues, industry dynamics and key issues that will affect the future development of the forest sector.
  • Sector knowledge - having a good basic knowledge of the forest sector, its services, products and regulatory environment.
  • Public policy - a strong awareness of public policy, including how, where, when and by whom decisions are taken and how the process can be influenced.
  • Political Awareness - ability to understand government agenda and to link it to the corporation’s case.
  • Analytical thinking - ability to identify, access, absorb and interpret relevant information and pinpoint the high-level key issues.
  • People management - ability to develop, motivate and manage the performance of others, including staff and committees, so that objectives are met, and good team performance is achieved.
  • Planning - ability to develop and communicate a clear strategy, with goals for the short, medium and long term.
  • Financial awareness - ability to manage budgets and to assess the financial implications of any decisions.

Visit www.Sakaw.ca for a more detailed description of this position.

Forest Modelling Analyst

 
Posté sur:
Fri, Aug 6th, 2021
Emplacement:
Prince Albert, SK
Pour plus d'informations:
Competition Number:  ENV001993
Employment Type:  Permanent Full-time
Location(s):  SK-North Central-Prince Albert   
Ministry:  026 Environment
Salary Range:  $41.685-$50.721 Hourly
To apply online, visit https://saskatchewan.ca/careers, click on "jobs available to the public" and then on "Permanent Full-Time".
The Ministry of Environment takes a team-based approach to protecting Saskatchewan’s environment for the wellbeing of the province, its people and its future. We use science-based solutions and environmental laws to help safeguard communities, and to protect our air, land, water and habitat. We are committed to high citizen and client satisfaction through workplace excellence, continuous improvement and innovation. Our leaders demonstrate the Government of Saskatchewan’s commitment to ensuring workplace health and safety. 
Date de clôture:
Thu, Aug 12th, 2021

The Ministry of Environment, Forest Service Branch in Prince Albert, is seeking an innovative collaborator and experienced self-starter to join our forest management planning team as the Forest Modelling Analyst. Reporting to the Forest Management Planning Coordinator, within the Planning, Policy and Protection Unit, this position will conduct quantitative modelling and spatial, statistical and other computational analysis tasks to support examination of environmental and socio-economic outcomes related to forest resource use, caribou and sustainability.

This position will be responsible for all aspects of the wood supply modelling program including:

  • Performing iterative model runs, and simulations;
  • Assessing technical feasibility and providing alternatives for fulfilling analysis requests;
  • Identifying, acquiring, and preparing spatial and non-spatial data for analysis;
  • Engaging with internal and external technical experts to refine and validate analysis design, technical approaches, and results;
  • Providing technical interpretation of results and preparing technical and non-technical reports, presentations, and data visualizations; and
  • Communicating technical findings effectively to a broad range of audiences.
     

The successful candidate will have the demonstrated ability to independently, or within a team, research and develop clear and methodical analysis options for specific questions and select, adapt, and apply appropriate spatial analysis and modelling methods and software. You must also be able to identify, acquire, and prepare spatial and non-spatial data required for analysis and manage large/complex datasets using various data management tools; conduct spatial analysis of scenarios, and produce standardized spatially-based outputs (e.g., maps, animated simulations). You must be able to effectively communicate and present technical findings, verbally and in writing, to a broad range of audiences. You must also have the ability to independently organize, determine, adjust and prioritize duties to complete tasks and meet objectives in a continuously-changing environment.

The successful candidate will have knowledge of theory and principles of land and resource management, climate change resilience, natural disturbance, landscape ecology and cumulative effects. You will also have knowledge of statistical analysis and spatial and non-spatial modelling methods. Knowledge of spatial analysis, theory, techniques, and tools including geographic information systems (GIS) and geodatabase management is also required.

Typically, the knowledge, skills and experience required to be successful in this position would have been obtained through:

  • A Master’s degree in forestry, forest ecology, natural resource management or environmental science;
  • Supported by educational experience in environmental modelling, geomatics, or other related field that required application of modelling and spatial analysis; and
  • Significant work experience in developing and/or applying Woodstock and/or Patchworks modelling software.
     

Candidates with an undergraduate degree in a relevant field of study supported by at least 5 years of directly applicable work experience will also be considered. The successful candidate must be eligible for membership with the Association of Saskatchewan Forestry Professionals within two years of commencement.

The Government of Saskatchewan is committed to ensuring workplace health and safety. In our commitment to excellence we demonstrate innovation, collaboration and transparency, practice effective and accountable use of resources, and promote engagement and leadership at all levels.

Planning Forester

 
Posté sur:
Wed, Jun 30th, 2021
Emplacement:
British Columbia
Date de clôture:
Thu, Jul 15th, 2021

Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development
Dawson Creek, BC V1G2E2 CA
Fort St John, BC V1J6M7 CA
Multiple Locations, BC CA (Primary)

There is currently one temporary vacancy available until March 10, 2023. Applicants who do not fully meet the required qualifications may be considered for this position, but at a lower classification.

Planning Forester
$61,182.54 - $77,067.27 annually

Influence and engage in complex natural resource initiatives

BC Timber Sales (BCTS) manages about 20 per cent of the province’s allowable annual cut for Crown timber, generating economic prosperity for British Columbians through the safe, sustainable development and auction of Crown timber.  BCTS operates in 33 communities and directly supports over 8,000 jobs across B.C.

As the Planning Forester, you will analyze and produce a wide range of data to develop integrated resource and operational plans, primarily the Forest Stewardship Plan (FSP) and operating plans.  You will also have an opportunity to develop and implement results and strategies to meet the FSP and ensure planning components meet legislative, operating, and certification requirements.  In addition, you will be providing functional direction to field team professionals and technicians with expertise in timber development, harvesting, engineering and silviculture.  You will also help build and maintain relationships with representatives from Indigenous Peoples, resource stakeholders, Ministry, and industry contacts. 

The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being part of an innovative, inclusive, and rewarding workplace.

Explore the opportunities and value working with our team can offer you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=it-9laHaKyc&feature=youtu.be.

Qualifications for this role include:

  • A Registered Professional Forester (RPF) or be eligible for registration as an RPF with the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP) and two years of experience in operational field forestry activities.

Operational field forestry activities include the following:

  • Timber harvesting monitoring/conformance
  • Cut-block development
  • Forest road engineering
  • Silviculture
  • Timber tenure development and administration
  • Planning integrated resource management
  • Must possess at minimum a valid Class 5 B.C. Driver’s License that does not limit or restrict the ability to conduct the duties of the job.

For more information and to apply online by July 15, 2021, 2021, please go to: https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/78302         

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