Full-Time Consulting Utility Forester – Pilar
The Forester will provide support for a wide range of forestry-related activities and will directly contribute to the achievement of the goals set forth in the Clean Water/Healthy Habitat Initiative, the Strategic Climate Action Plan, the Forest Plan, and the Parks Open Space Plan, among other things.
Job Title : Consulting Utility Forester
Location : Pilar, Bohol Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 22.78 per hour.
Company : City Of University City
Job Type : Full-Time
- Learn about forest stewardship plans for the county’s owned forestland and assist in the development of these plans. Gathering and analyzing data from the field is part of what we do. This helps us figure out how the forest stands. To make advantage of the FLAT, coordinate with other department members and outside contractors. Use it to look at the condition of all forestland parcels that have recently been bought or that have just been bought.
- Assists and participates in city tree and landscape inspections. To ensure that plant materials are of appropriate quality, quantity, and type; to ensure that the necessary processes for safeguarding existing and installing new plants are followed; and to ensure that provisions for maintenance and care of plant materials exist.
- It’s important to keep forestry-related websites up-to-date and make new outreach materials that support different forestry programs.
- Early- and mid-rotation activities, contract administration, and/or other jobs as allocated are among the responsibilities of this position.
- Assists with the yearly thin and harvest schedule by confirming, setting up, inventorying, road planning, obtaining rights of way, and all other needed activities requiring sale administration.
- Inspects submitted landscaping, tree removal, and site clearing plans to ensure that they are in compliance with municipal codes and ordinances; coordinates with lower level inspectors regarding site inspections to ensure that the information contained in submitted plans is correct; reviews factors and grants or denies applications; notifies applicants in writing of the reasons for denial; assigns and participates in inspections of site clearing activities to ensure that work is performed properly.
- Those working in this field are responsible for all areas of forest management and harvest monitoring on corporation or privately owned property.
- Execution of the regional silviculture strategy and the yearly plan must be consistent with the silviculture plan. Silviculture contract negotiation, operation supervision (including timely status updates for system activity updates), and monitoring of contract performance (including safety and SFI and EMP), production costs, and product quality) are among the other duties assigned.
- Maintaining the health and safety of the City’s tree stock and educating other Streets Division staff on proper tree care methods are the primary responsibilities of this position.
- Site plan review professionals (including those from stormwater management, zoning, and transportation) consult with one another in order to ensure that the code requirements of other disciplines are met without interfering with the tree and landscape code.
- The capacity to check and diagnose pathological plant diseases, to determine the reparability of sick and physically damaged trees, to analyze landscaping designs and to make reasonable judgements regarding their acceptance or rejection; Adhere to laws and rules as strictly as possible while maintaining a professional demeanor. Establish and manage successful forestry and landscaping inspection systems; educate staff in tree and landscaping inspections; work outside and need some physical endurance..
- An approved college or university diploma, six months of experience in landscape design, and six months of experience in tree and landscape inspections are required for all candidates.
- Skills in Microsoft Office applications, such as Microsoft Excel and the ability to communicate in both written and spoken form, are needed.
- From planting to trimming to disease inspection and eradication, all aspects of tree care need a high level of expertise. Also necessary is an in-depth understanding of the various tree management approaches.
- Workers, departments and members of the general public must all be able to work together effectively.