Forest Research Technician - Full Time

QTY: 1  |  Status: Permanent  |  Pay: Salaried  |  Location: Fayetteville, NC

Position Requirements ( i.e. degree, experience, etc.):
The job candidate should hold a minimum of an Associate’s Degree in forest resources,
environmental or agricultural resources, or a related field. Experience with or the training in ArcGIS, Microsoft
Word, Microsoft Excel, and field data recorders is considered positive. Experience in herbicide application and
licensure is considered a plus. The candidate must be able to communicate clearly and timely, and complete
fieldwork in a detailed and quality manner. This position must be able to work independently as well as work
cooperatively with other team members to complete and record data from forest management activities.

Position Duties:
This position offering is for an entry-level forest management technician position. Primary
position tasks include timber marking, timber inventory, timber sale preparation, timber harvest inspections,
prescribed burning, boundary line maintenance, plantation establishment oversight, management plan
preparation, and other activities. In addition, the technician may sometimes assist with basic forestry research
work to include study establishment and documentation, study maintenance, study measurement and study data
cleaning.
Please send a cover sheet and your resume to jdougherty@progressiveforestry.com
or you may complete an online application by going to www.progressiveforestry.com.
Application Deadline: Until filled

Compensation:
Salaried

Benefits :
*Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience
*Paid holidays
*Paid vacation
*Healthcare plan
*Professional development timeline

Travel and working conditions:
The majority of the work is outdoors in varying weather conditions. The job includes some travel and
occasional weekend work. This position is generally a 45-50 hour/week assignment.

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DDFSI has completed multiple specialized projects, like the upper-stem branch measurement work pictured above.