The UAA AERC is looking to hire two positions for a team oriented Forester with minimum 2 years’ experience with chainsaws and tree felling. This position will be identifying, cutting, and disposing of dead and spruce beetle infested trees in selected areas of Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER).
The Applied Environmental Research Center (AERC) is a center within the Business Enterprise Institute (BEI). The BEI provides a platform for a high-level consultancy between industry and the University of Alaska (UA), while serving as a bridge to resources, expertise, and talents across the entire UA system. Offering economic development related research and technical assistance, high level professional education, small business development services, and youth entrepreneurship programming, the work of the BEI not only links UA economic development programs, but also supports business and entrepreneurial capacities across Alaska.
The UAA AERC is hiring tow positions for a team oriented Forester with minimum 2 years’ experience with chainsaws and tree felling. This position will be identifying, cutting, and disposing of dead and spruce beetle infested trees in selected areas of Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER).
• Operate and maintain a chainsaw
• Knowledge of chainsaw safety procedures
• Adjust, maintain, calibrate, and assemble equipment
• Knowledge of field safety procedures
• Must be able to qualify for driving privileges on JBER
• Perform data entry and maintain records
• Perform data collection and reporting
• Develop tables, graphs, and charts
Two years of experience in a field relevant to the position (Forestry, Natural Resources, Biology, etc.) and one year of college coursework directly related to the research; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Typical Education and Training
One year of college coursework in a field relevant to the position (Forestry, Natural Resources, Biology, etc.) and two years of experience in a field relevant to the research; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
November 19, 2019
The successful applicant is required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.
This position is a term-funded, part time position, anticipated to last 6 months.
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