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Revenue Technician

Listing Number: 5149
City/Town: Port McNeill
Start Date: TBD
Wage: Salary $51,845.18 - $58,873.38 annually, plus a $38.87 bi-weekly isolation allowance
Hours: TBD
Duties:

BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development
Port McNeill, BC

Revenue Technician
Salary $51,845.18 - $58,873.38 annually, plus a $38.87 bi-weekly isolation allowance

Are you interested in applying your technical forest management knowledge and gaining experience as a member of a dynamic team of natural resource specialists in a workplace that is recognized for its commitment to service and positive workplace culture?

The North Island – Central Coast Natural Resource District is seeking a forest technologist to join our Revenue team. The position, based in the family-oriented and very affordable community of Port McNeill, provides an excellent opportunity to gain both field and office technical experience in all aspects of timber pricing, including appraisals, logging residue and waste, scaling and timber cruising.

The Revenue Technician conducts the technical analyses of the policies and procedures for timber pricing on cutting authorities [i.e. appraisals] in accordance with the Coast Appraisal Manual. They also provide technical advice to other resource technologists, both internal and external to government – and support the achievement of the Coast Area revenue goals by participating in field and office reviews and assessments. There is significant potential for personal and career growth in this evolving program area.

Requirements:

Qualifications for this role include:
•Diploma or degree in a natural resource field or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
•Registered, or immediately eligible [within 6 months] for registration as a RFT or equivalent with the Association of BC Forest Professionals [ABCFP]. Note: Applicants who do not meet the professional designation requirement may be considered at a lower level, subject to confirmation of eligibility as a Trainee Forest Technologist [TFT], or equivalent, immediately upon employment with the ministry. Applicants must contact the ABCFP to confirm their eligibility.
•Recent experience [within last 3 years] performing technical duties related to natural resource management.
•Preference may be given for recent experience [within last 3 years] working with key timber pricing policies and procedures, i.e. Coast Appraisal Manual, Cruising Manual; and/or Logging Residue and Waste Manual.
•Valid B.C. driver’s licence.

For more information and to apply online by July 24, 2018, please go to: https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/51895

Contact: Molly Patton