Part-Time Seasonal Laborer – Parks/Forestry – Ḥulwān
In addition to evaluating suspected unhealthy trees and maintaining the tree inventory, the forester is also in charge of keeping track of all of the forest’s important documents. The forester is responsible for first-line work direction, manual and semi-skilled labor in the upkeep of public trees and right-of-ways, among other things. Provides technical and professional assistance to individuals and businesses that have dangerous trees on their land. Provides work guidance to part-time and seasonal employees who are assigned to help the Forester in the performance of the division’s responsibilities and tasks.
Job Title : Seasonal Laborer – Parks/Forestry
Location : Ḥulwān, Cairo, Egypt
Salary : $ 25.91 per hour.
Company : Department Of Agriculture And Food And Forestry
Job Type : Part-Time
- In responsibility of ensuring that the region’s silviculture strategy and the yearly plan are implemented, field-verifying treatment candidates and providing management with information about the setting, negotiating contracts for silviculture and overseeing operations.
- Verifies the accuracy of information contained in submitted plans for landscaping, tree removal, and site clearing by coordinating with lower-level inspectors, reviewing factors, and granting or denying applications; notifying applicants in writing of reasons for denial; and assigning and taking part in site clearing inspections.
- Tree and landscaping inspections are aided and participated in by municipal workers. Plant materials must be of acceptable quality, number and kind; protocols for conserving existing and planting new plants must be followed; and maintenance and care arrangements must be in place. These are all responsibilities of the landscape architect or designer.
- Maintain the health and safety of the City’s tree stock and educate other Streets Division employees on appropriate tree care procedures.
- It is possible that crop sale administration responsibilities include checking or putting up the year-round thin and harvest schedule, road design, and access rights of ways.
- Maintaining forest-related websites up to date and developing new outreach materials are essential for supporting various forest-related endeavors.
- On company- or privately-owned land, this vocation encompasses all aspects of forest management and harvest monitoring.
- Assumes responsibility for a variety of general forestry activities, including early- and mid-rotation work, contract administration, and any other responsibilities that may arise.
- in charge of site plan review (stormwater management, zoning and transportation) engage with one another to ensure that code requirements for other disciplines are completed without interfering with the tree and landscape code.
- Help build forest stewardship plans to guide future restoration and management of county-owned forestland. Field data collection and analysis are used to assess the health of the forest. Apply the Forest Landscape Assessment Tool (FLAT) to all previously acquired and newly acquired forestland parcels in order to evaluate their current status.
- Having the ability to build and sustain excellent working connections with co-workers, departments, and members of the public.
- The capacity to evaluate and identify pathological issues in plants; to determine the reparability of sick and physically damaged trees; to study landscaping designs and make good decisions regarding their acceptance or rejection; and; uphold laws and ordinances with diligence, tact, and fairness; Establish and manage successful forestry and landscaping inspection systems; educate staff in tree and landscaping inspections; work outdoors and need some physical endurance.
- Tree planting and maintenance techniques, policies, and practices (including wrapping, guying, watering, mulching, and weed control), pruning and trimming, disease inspection and removal needs and choices, and weed control are all essential skills.
- Excel and Word fluency, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills, are required for this position.
- Urban forestry, arboriculture, or a comparable field from an accredited college or university, and six (6) months of experience in landscaping, forestry, nursery operations, or related work, as well as expertise conducting tree and landscape inspections.