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Source: LocalWork.ca Listed: Saturday 29 May, 2021
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Avison Management Services Ltd. 
Junior Forest Technician 
AVISON MANAGEMENT SERVICES LTD. Resource Management through Environmental Leadership Junior Forest Technician Avison Management Services Ltd. is a well established and growing Environmental and Forestry Consulting Company with operations across British Columbia. We are currently seeking a Junior Forest Technician to join our team for the 2021 summer season in the Vanderhoof Office. This position will include mainly field-based work. This position is currently a seasonal position, however, based on workloads, the position may be extended, or have the possibility of transitioning to a permanent position. The ideal candidate will have: Qualifications: Experience or interest in working outdoors in all weather conditions and terrain types. Experience working with ATVs, UTVs and/or snowmobiles. Class 5 drivers license. Enrolled in or completion of a college-based forestry/resource management program is considered an asset. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Experience working with computers and tablets/iPads for data collection. Responsibilities: Responsible for the accurate data collection of biophysical measurements in a forestry setting. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to, compassing, layout, riparian surveys, timber cruising and reconnaissance surveys. Positive attitude and dedicated to working in a safe workplace. The ability to work and stay in remote camp settings during the field season. The flexibility to work within many disciplines. Avison Management offers an attractive wage range between $19-$23 per hr , dependant on experience, as well as an attractive benefits package, Monday to Friday, to the successful candidate. If you fit these requirements and are looking for an opportunity take the next step in your career advancement, please submit a resume and cover letter. All resumes will be handled in confidence and should be sent by email to humanresources@avison.ca . Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. For more information about us, please visit www.avison.ca . Living in Northern British Columbia It is a land of unlimited adventure filled with jagged mountain peaks, roaring rivers, serene lakes, green valleys, rugged coastlines and ancient island archipelagos. The mountain ranges, which dominate the northern landscape, were shaped by volcanic fire. The rugged, heavily forested valleys between them were carved by glaciers, which at one time covered most of the province. Much of Northern BC is preserved and protected by a world-class system of provincial parks and nature reserves. The stunning landscape features turquoise-coloured glacial lakes, alpine meadows, hot springs, volcanic cinder cones and a miniature Grand Canyon. Visit pristine wilderness areas accessible only by horseback, charter plane or on foot; or head to idyllic lakeside campgrounds with every modern amenity. The region is known for its magnificent freshwater and saltwater fishing, paddling, hiking, skiing and snowmobiling. Parks provide habitats and sanctuary for wildlife as small as birds and as large as grizzly bears. Vanderhoof Vanderhoof is the geographical centre of British Columbia. Nestled in the fertile Nechako Valley on the banks of the Nechako River, Vanderhoof is the Geographical Centre of the Province of British Columbia. Vanderhoof gained the designation as the Geographical Centre of BC about 1865 by surveyors during the construction of the Collins Overland Telegraph Trail. (1110326h)




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