June 19, 2024
177 yorston street, Williams lake
Job Type
Application Deadline
July 31, 2024
British Columbia


Consus Management Ltd. has been established since 2009 as a distinguished resource management company with a primary office in Williams Lake, BC, and a secondary location in Vernon, BC.

We specialize in the implementation and management of various Forest Tenures, Government Funded Programs, Silviculture and Timber Development Activities, and Utilities Contracts.

At Consus Management Ltd., we are deeply committed to the principles of Truth and Reconciliation. We actively engage with our local Indigenous communities, fostering practical and tangible initiatives that promote healing, understanding, and collaboration.

Our company takes pride in its progressive and innovative approach to environmental management and our team of skilled resource professionals strives to deliver high-quality and efficient products to our clients. We are dedicated to ensuring sustainability for tomorrow while implementing cutting-edge practices and technologies.

Currently, Consus Management Ltd. is seeking a Forest Professional/Technician to work in it’s Forestry Department. This position will be primarily based out of our Vernon Office, with an expectation of office work, fieldwork and occasional camp shifts.

Main duties within our Forestry Department will include:

 Cutblock and road layout/design.
 Forest development assessments.
 Timber cruising and compilation.
 Preparing appraisal packages.
 Fuel management prescriptions.
 Data collection and preparation of site plans and related assessments.
 Road deactivation prescriptions and /or assessments.
 Full phase development and planning for various tenure holders.

Qualifications and Competencies:
 Minimum 3 years (intermediate) or 5 years (senior) experience in timber development activities.
 Experience as crew leader and/or supervising crews and/ or mentoring junior field staff.
 Registered or eligible for registration with Forest Professionals British Columbia (FPBC) as a RFT or RPF, preferred.
 Proficient with Microsoft Suite and ESRI Mapping Programs
 Willingness to work both in the field and complete associated office work.
 Post-secondary degree or diploma in forestry or related field.
 Possession of a valid BC Driver’s License.
 Physically fit to endure fieldwork in all conditions.
 Self-motivated and able to work unsupervised.
 Experienced with the use of 4x4 trucks, quads and sleds.
 Working knowledge of applicable Legislation and Regulations.
 Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 Strong interpersonal and organizational skills.

What We Offer:
 CA$30-40 hr, dependent on experience and competency.
 Flexible holiday policies.
 An industry-leading compensation package.
 Opportunities for training and professional development.
 Dental and extended medical coverage.
 RRSP contributions (initiating after one year).
 A culture that promotes respect and inclusivity, welcoming individuals from all backgrounds.
 Training and professional development.

This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to sustainable forest management while building positive relationships with local communities and stakeholders. If you are a dedicated and experienced Forester Professional/Technician with a passion for forestry we encourage you to apply.

Employment, role, and wages of the successful applicant will depend on experience and competency. Duties may vary based on current contractual obligations. Training and professional development is available for the successful applicant.

Application: Please apply in confidence by emailing your resume and cover letter in Microsoft Word format with the subject header “Consus-Vernon-Forestry
Division Employment 2024” addressed to, attention: HR Manager. This position will remain open until filled.

Please visit our website, for more information about Consus Management Ltd.

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