We are currently seeking a Habitat Restoration Forester/Forest Technologist to join our team based out of our Whitecourt office. This is a full-time permanent position that is focused on ecological inventory, site assessments and restorations. This position strategically leverages a vast amount of ecological spatial field data to implement restoration plans for regulatory compliance at the landscape level. Project work is rewarding, team based, safety driven and is completed for the energy and forest sectors throughout the province.

About us

Woodlands North Inc. (2000) has become a leader among environmental and ecological restoration professionals. Woodlands specializes in environmental inventory and spatial analysis to achieve comprehensive ecological restoration objectives and regulatory compliance. With offices in Edmonton and Whitecourt, and operations throughout the province of Alberta, Woodlands is growing our proud team of professionals to provide our customers with innovative technologies and working solutions. All work positions are vital for our safe operations, delivering value to our clients and maintaining our leadership position in environmental and ecological restoration services.

Position Accountabilities

  • This position is accountable for safe and efficient project work;
  • Manage project deliverables and working relationships with Woodlands’ peers, management and clients;
  • Initiate, develop and execute continuous improvement initiatives and best practices;
  • Assist the Operation Manager with the scheduling and management of projects.

Position Requirements and Qualifications

  • Experience with construction environmental oversight, road building and culvert installations;
  • Experience in roadway watercourse crossing assessments and restorations;
  • Knowledge of timber, vegetation, wetlands, watercourses, wildlife and soils data collection;
  • Knowledgeable in current restoration best management practices for terrestrial habitat restoration of linear features such as legacy roads and seismic for caribou habitat restoration;
  • University Degree or technical diploma is required in Forestry;
  • Professional registration or eligibility in one of Alberta’s Professional Regulatory Organizations;
  • Minimum experience of 5 years;
  • Strong analytical and reporting skills;
  • Ability to maintain a valid class 5 driver’s license with a clean abstract;
  • Ability to move a variety of initiatives forward at the same time;
  • Ability to demonstrate a safety and customer service focus.

Apply Now

Salary is competitive and based on level of experience and education. Woodlands offers comprehensive benefits and a flexible work environment. Applicants are encouraged to submit a cover letter with a resume in a MS Word or .pdf format by July 31, 2024. Only suitable applicants will be contacted. For more information visit www.woodlandsnorth.co