We are currently looking to hire a Field Operations Coordinator working out of our Nairn Centre office. Reporting to the General Manager, Northshore Forrest, the incumbent will represent EACOM as agent by providing forest management services for this territory.
• Responsible for coordinate the planning, implementation and monitoring of all silvicultural activities on the Northshore Forest.
• Assist the Management Foresters to develop Annual Work Schedules consistent with approved Forest Management Plans and operating budgets.
• Monitor and report on the compliance of harvest, road construction and silviculture operations, and assist with the preparation of Annual Reports.
• Ensure all operations are consistent with FSC certification standards for the Northshore Forest.
• Assist Overlapping Licensees and Contractors during the implementation of harvest operations.
• Liaise with the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry, Shareholders and Overlapping Licensees.
• Ensure compliance with occupational health and safety standards and with prevailing legislation and regulations.
• Perform all other necessary tasks related to your position.
• Excellent interpersonal, organizational and leadership skills.
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn and be motivated to produce high-quality deliverable products.
• Adaptable and able to work independently with minimal supervision and in a team environment.
• Strong work ethic, good judgment, decision-making skills and results oriented.
• Have a recognized University Degree or College Diploma in forestry or it’s equivalent.
• Possess 5+ years of related forestry experience (forest management experience in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Region would be considered an asset).
• Be a certified MNR Compliance Inspector or qualified to be certified.
• Be experienced in the use of Microsoft Office, Arc GIS, GPS technology and electronic data collection tools.
• Capacity for spending a considerable amount of time working in a forested environment, in a variety of weather and terrain conditions.
• Have a valid Ontario “G” Class Drivers License, or equivalent, and experience with driving on gravel roads.