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2017 Forest Stewards Guild Internship Opportunity in Michigan

The Forest Stewards Guild invites students at the college or graduate level in forestry or natural resources to apply for an eight-week paid summer internship to perform supervised forest management in Houghton County, Michigan and the surrounding area. 

This position will be a work and learning experience coordinated and supervised by staff of Green Timber Consulting Foresters of Pelkie, MI.  

The primary work assignments will involve:

Summer 2017 Forest Stewards Guild Internships

The Forest Stewards Guild invites students at the college or graduate level to work on forest-related issues in New Mexico. We are offering a paid 8-week summer internship and one unpaid 4-8 week internship. The paid and unpaid positions will be based out of our Santa Fe office. Internships will be grounded in active projects. Staff will work to tailor the workload to the student’s interests and schedule.

Executive Director, Northwest Natural Resource Group

Northwest Natural Resource Group
Position Opening: Executive Director

For the full position summary, please see:

http://nnrg.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/NNRG-Exec-Dir-Position-Description.pdf

Northern Forest Center - Director of Development and Administrative Assistant

Habitat Biologist/Forester - MA DFW

Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Habitat Biologist - (1600087Z)

Description
 

The Department of Fish & Game works to preserve the state's natural resources and people's right to conservation of those resources, as protected by Article 97 of the Massachusetts Constitution. To carry out this mission, the Department exercises responsibility over the Commonwealth's marine and freshwater fisheries, wildlife species, plants, and natural communities, as well as the habitats that support them.

 

Forester I, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation

Job Title: Forester I
Job ID:620787
Location:Barre
Full/Part Time:    Full-Time
Regular Shift:N/A
Regular/Temporary:    Classified
Hourly Rate:20.150000
Posting Date:   01/25/2017
Pay Grade:21
Position Number:    650047
Application Deadline: 02/08/2017
Department:    Forests, Parks & Recreation

Consulting Forester for Unique Places, LLC

Unique Places is looking to hire a Consulting Forester with timber asset management experience as well as more general forestry experience including coordinating timber sales and the sustainable management of forest ecosystems. The position is located in North Carolina (Triangle Area).

Executive Director Chama Peak Land Alliance

Resource Information Systems Manager - CAL FIRE - Jackson Demonstration State Forest, Fort Bragg, CA

CAL FIRE Resource Management has an open position at the Jackson Demonstration State Forest in Fort Bragg as a Senior Environmental Scientist (Specialist) Resource Information Systems Manager. Based at the headquarters for Jackson Demonstration State Forest (JDSF) in Fort Bragg, the Demonstration State Forest's Resource Information Systems Manager will serve as technical advisor for all the State Forests.

Saint John’s Abbey Land Manager/Director of Saint John’s Outdoor University

This position functions as the Land Manager for Saint John’s Abbey (reporting to the Abbey Treasurer) and as Director of Saint John’s Outdoor University, a department of Saint John’s University (reporting to the Provost).  As Land Manager, this position ensures that the Abbey Arboretum forests, lands, and waters are well cared for.  Forests are sustainably managed using forestry principles and best management practices to assure regeneration within allowable annual harvest levels. 

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