At Sierra Pacific Industries, we understand our greatest strength is the people who choose to build a career with us.
What does it mean to be part of the Sierra Pacific family? It means you are a valued team member and part of a growing third-generation family-owned forest products company built on hard work, innovation, and wise investments.
With over 5,000 crew members in over 30 states, Sierra Pacific offers many opportunities for personal and professional growth; from entry-level to skilled trades, from truck drivers to sales managers, from foresters to engineers - for everyone! We invite you to learn more about our history, our 2 million acres of forestlands, and our state-of-the-art wood product and window manufacturing facilities at www.spi-ind.com/Home/AboutUs.
Our Forestry Division, Burney District, has an opening for a qualified District Forester to help sustainably manage the Company's timberlands in Shasta, Siskiyou, Lassen, and Modoc Counties. This position will involve all aspects of resource management within this diverse 234,000 acre district. The successful applicant will be required to work out our Burney, CA office and live in one of the surrounding communities.
About The Position
• Develop and prepare Timber Harvest Plans (THP's), including research, field work and mapping.
• Administer contracts and oversee field operations including marking, logging and road construction.
• Effectively and professionally interact with state regulatory agencies as a representative of the Company.
• Conduct botanical, wildlife, archaeological, road and watercourse surveys, recommending appropriate protection measures.
• Forestry-related project work in a wide range of weather and field conditions.
• Hike in remote mountainous regions using maps, compass or GPS.
• A California Registered Professional Forester (RPF) license or the ability to qualify for, take and pass the RPF exam within 3 years.
• Familiarity with the California Forest Practice Rules, and knowledge of THP preparation.
• Understanding of logging and road construction operations.
• Excellent communication skills, self-motivation, and strong work ethic.
• Computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and GIS-based software programs.
• Ability to successfully work both independently and as a team member.
• Current valid drivers' license and the ability to safely negotiate steep mountainous roads.
Why Join Our Team?
Because this is more than an invitation, it's a commitment to offer opportunities for personal and professional growth to everyone! We ask people to grow with us and make the company even better.
We provide an excellent benefit package including a full Health Benefits Plan with low cost premiums, a 401(k) with Company Match, additional Retirement Contributions, and company paid Life Insurance. In addition, for over 38 years, the Sierra Pacific Foundation has provided scholarships to help the children of our crew members with education expenses. Each year, we give an average of $500,000 in scholarships.
How To Apply
If you are qualified and would like to join our team, please send a cover letter referencing this position and a resume by February 22, 2019 to:
Sierra Pacific Industries
Paul Niemer, Human Resources
PO Box 496011
Redding, CA 96049
Sierra Pacific Industries is a third generation family-owned company based in Northern California. Sierra Pacific owns and sustainably manages nearly
2 million acres of timberland in California and Washington. We are growing forests for our future, planting over 6 million new trees every year. Our forests
are managed under a 100-year plan by Registered Professional Foresters, Wildlife Biologists, Botanists, and other professionals.
Sierra Pacific effectively utilizes nearly 100% of every piece of wood we bring to our mills. In fact, the small amount that isn’t turned into windows, millwork, lumber,
or landscaping material is actually converted into electricity in our seven biomass-fueled power plants.
As part of our safety in the workplace policy, an offer of employment is subject to a negative drug screen result. We are also proud that all Sierra Pacific facilities
follow our tobacco-free policy. We verify the social security number of all newly hired employees. Sierra Pacific is an
(EOE) Equal Opportunity Employer,
including those with a disability and veterans.
Hear from our valued SPI family, in their own words and through their own stories, what it's like to build a career at Sierra Pacific Industries.