Do you have the soul of a traveler and nature in your heart? How would you like to assist in the sustainability of forest ecosystems while fulfilling your dream of discovering the most beautiful regions of Quebec?
Our client is a forestry consultant known for the quality and diversity of its services. They are looking for forestry technicians to complete a growing team. Focused on technological development and recognized for the quality of its services, our client promotes the well-being and progress of its employees!
It’s a company that constantly integrates innovation and new technologies to facilitate and enrich the work of its teams. Join their team and help them in their mission to work together for the benefit of the forest of tomorrow!
You will be responsible for conducting forest inventories: Harvest follow-up and others (IMLNU, Riparian buffer strip, ART 89, CPI, etc.).
You will be responsible for recording the results of data collection while respecting the specifications and other guidelines.
You will prioritize and manage the sequence of your daily tasks.
You will be required to work closely with your team members to support them and ensure that the work runs smoothly.
You will be responsible for any other tasks assigned by management.
If you are ready to take on new challenges, we would like to meet you!
You will have access to group insurance with telemedicine paid 50% by the employer as well as advantageous pension funds.
You will be able to benefit from your employer's contributions to your RRSP.
Your compensation will be competitive with the possibility of production and performance bonuses.
You will get support and integration from the project manager and the company’s management staff.
Your vehicle will be provided and accommodation and meals will be complementary in forestry camps and during travel.
Your accommodation, food and travel will be paid for if you are outside the region.
You will enjoy 2 weeks of vacation and 2 paid weeks during Christmas (permanent position).
Several programs are also offered to employees (relocation, university, etc.).
You have a degree in forestry (DEP, DEC, BAC), forest technology, forest management or any other relevant training.
You know the different types of forest inventories and the associated regulatory procedures.
You have a driver's licence.
You have a good sense of organization, meticulousness and thoroughness.
You are autonomous, have a high degree of responsibility and like to take the initiative in your professional environment.
You are a good team player because of your flexibility, your leadership and your desire for excellence.
You thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment.
Your love of nature, your energy and your great adaptability make you the perfect candidate to work alone in a forest environment.