Offres d’emploi

Woodlands Operation Supervisor - Community and Stakeholders Engagement

Opérations forestières

Date de publication : 11 avril 2024

Lieu d’emploi : Lumby

Numéro du poste : GWF-85527

Type d’emploi : Temps plein

Début : 11 avril 2024

Entreprise : Tolko Industries

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Adresse : 4280 Highway 6, Lumby BC V0E 2G7, Lumby, Colombie-Britannique, Canada V0E 2G7

Descriptions d’emploi

Woodlands Operations Supervisor – Community and Stakeholder Engagement

Lumby, British Columbia or Kamloops, BC

Looking to grow from the ground up? Do you enjoy spending time in the forest, working alongside a team of top professionals in Forestry Management? Our Woodlands Operations Supervisor – Community and Stakeholder Engagement position allows you to plant your roots with Tolko. This position comes with a flexible choice of residence across the region we operate in. Read on to learn how you can join our team and make an impact!

We’re looking for an experienced Woodlands Operations Supervisor for our Southern Interior Woodlands Division. The Southern Interior Woodlands Team manages Tolko's tenure and fibre supply in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, covering an area of 953,447 hectares. We are dedicated to sustaining these areas to the benefit of all who live and work there.

Our ideal candidate has the following qualifications:

5+ years community and stakeholder engagement experience;
A proven commitment to safety;
Strong time management and communication skills;
A passion for facing new challenges and new perspectives;
A general knowledge of the BC Forest Industry

We value diversity at Tolko and know that experience and knowledge come in many forms.  Even if you don't have all the qualifications above, please apply. We would love to hear your story and have you grow with us.

In this role you will:

Work with the Woodlands Department and a broad range or community and rural stakeholders to help foster collaborative solutions and understanding.
Interact with various teams and build strong relationships with the people you work with.
Support Tolko’s objectives for safety, environment, production, cost and quality.
Perform work both in office and in the field.
Regular travel across the southern interior of BC in the communities of Barriere, Kamloops, Kelowna, Merritt and Vernon.

So, what’s in it for you?

You’ll take on an exciting new challenge with supportive team members.
You'll earn a competitive salary based on your skills and experience. The expected base salary range for this position is $83,500 - 111,000 per year.
You’ll be eligible to participate in Tolko’s bonus program.
You’ll be eligible for excellent benefits and access to our retirement plans, so you don’t have to choose between your bottom line and your wellbeing or your future.
You’ll be supported in continued development through on-the-job and classroom training and reimbursement of tuition and membership fees.
You’ll be part of a positive, innovative, and inclusive work environment.

If you want to work in a sustainable, future focused industry, there is no better place than Tolko.  Our family has been producing innovative forest products for over 65 years.  Our focus remains on sustainably managing our forests and our business for upcoming generations.

We want YOU to join our family. Come Grow Here! Apply today at

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Conditions d’emploi

  • Des déplacements peuvent être exigés.
  • Expérience minimum : 2 à 5 ans
  • Niveau d'éducation minimum : Certificat/diplôme d’un collège ou d’un CEGEP
  • Langue : Anglais

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