19 Mar 2023
Full-Time Forest Ranger – Khushab
During your tenure as a Forester with the Department of Natural Resources, you will be responsible for specialized technical work within the Division of Forestry (DNR). Your overall goal will be to guarantee that forest areas are developed, maintained, and used in an appropriate manner.
Job Title : Forest Ranger
Location : Khushab, Punjab, Pakistan
Salary : $ 24.07 per hour.
Company : UBS Business Solutions Us LLC
Job Type : Full-Time
- Keep an eye on county-owned forestland and help write forest stewardship plans that will help the county manage the land in the future, as well. Our job is to get and look at data that we get from the field and to figure out what it means. These things help us figure out how the forest is laid out. To use the FLAT, work with staff and contractors. Make sure that all forestland parcels that have recently been bought are in good shape with this app.
- Responsible for appointing and participating in tree and landscaping inspections, as mandated by municipal ordinance; ensuring that plant materials used are acceptable in terms of quality, quantity, and type; ensuring that proper procedures for protecting existing and installing new plants are followed; ensuring that provisions for maintenance and care of plant materials are provided.
- Reviewing factors and making decisions on grant or denial of applications; notifying applicants in writing of reasons for denial in the event of a denial; assigning and taking part in inspections of site clearing activities in order to ensure that submitted landscaping, tree removal, and clearing plans are in compliance with municipal codes.
- Proper tree care procedures should be taught to other members of the Streets Division so that they can maintain the health and safety of the City’s tree stock.
- In order to promote a variety of forestry initiatives, it is necessary to conduct a thorough review of current forest websites.
- This job covers everything from forest management to harvest monitoring on company- or privately-owned land.
- Implementation of the regional silviculture strategy and the annual plan, field verification of silviculture treatment candidates, timely status updates for system activity updates, contract performance monitoring including safety, SFI, EMP, production, cost, and quality, silviculture processing
- All the things that need to be done to help with the annual thin and harvest schedule are done by this person. They make sure everything is in order, set things up, inventory, plan roads, and get to rights of way.
- To guarantee that the code requirements of other disciplines are satisfied without interfering with the tree and landscape code, site plan review personnel (including those from stormwater management, zoning, and transportation) discuss one another.
- Administrative responsibilities, contract administration, and/or other activities as needed are all part of the job description.
- You must be able to establish and maintain excellent working relationships with employees, departments, and members of the general public..
- Taking care of trees involves substantial expertise in every aspect, from planting to trimming to disease detection and treatment. Also necessary is a thorough understanding of the various methods of tree care.
- All candidates must have six months of expertise in landscape design and six months of experience in tree and landscape inspections from a recognized institution or university.
- Computer skills in Microsoft Office, especially Excel and Word, are important, as are good verbal and written communication skills.
- Perform work outside that requires some physical endurance; train people in tree and landscaping inspections; set up and keep an effective system for inspecting trees and landscaping; and enforce codes, ordinances, and regulations firmly, tactfully, and impartially. These are just some of the skills needed to be a tree and landscaping inspector.