Who we are: We grow and nurture forests, a renewable resource to build homes, schools, and household necessities, harnessing carbon every single day we operate. We’re a family-owned company that is guided by our values of environmental stewardship and supporting our local communities. We do what’s right, even when it is the harder path to follow. We focus on the health and safety of our people first – by taking care of all of our resources, we plan to be here for another 130 years.
Who you are: You value collaboration and have a curious mind. You want to own your work and will approach it with dedication. You will bring your whole self with your unique ideas and perspectives to make us better. You also take pride in working for a company that aligns with your values of environmental stewardship through smarter forestry practices.
What you get by working here: You get a team that is more collaborative than competitive, one in which every person can have an impact. With about 350 employees in total, your voice will matter. You receive great benefits, excellent training and professional development. If outdoor recreation is your thing, you’ll have access to our 2.1 million acres of SFI- and FSC-certified timberlands across ten states for hiking, forest bathing, hunting (including mushrooms), mountain biking, fishing, camping, or just picnicking.
Provide Geographic Information System (GIS) updating and mapping support for the Columbia Basin Management Area. Provide support for the Timberlands Management Information System (TMIS) and ArcMap mapping systems.
Senior Technician Step Progression:
In order to be considered eligible for a lead technician position, there must be a business need for the position to be filled.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
This position is a Physical and Mental Requirement Classification 1.