Society of American Foresters

Northwest Regions


Campbell Global
Port Angeles, WA


Plan and supervise silviculture/GIS/Inventory activities as directed to ensure forest management goals and objectives are achieved in a manner consistent with relevant fiduciary, regulatory, and environmental guidelines.

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  • Manage all aspects of silviculture on the Olympic Tree Farm including planning, budgeting, forecasting, contracting and compliance.
    • Provide field-level support to forest operations, including but not limited to:
    • Timber harvest layout
    • Roadside vegetation management
    • Silvicultural project supervision
    • Field recon, imagery and mapping utilizing UAV
  • Assist in all aspects of inventory and pre-harvest timber cruising including planning, budgeting, forecasting, contracting and compliance.
  • Ensure appropriate permits and easements have been obtained before work begins.
  • Ensure full and appropriate compliance with Forest Practice laws. 
  • Provide to GIS Forester information needed to update maps for assigned harvesting, road, and silvicultural activities.
  • Assist in property-level tours when needed.
  • Actively participate in the implementation and utilization of GIS.
  • Monitor expenditures and operation levels closely in order to comply with budget limitations.
  • Participate in the annual budgeting process and “Forward Look” process, as needed.
  • Maintain good communication and excellent working relationships with outside agencies and companies (Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Department of Fish & Wildlife, County Departments, and Tribal stakeholders, etc.)
  • Stay abreast of industry technology, trends, new regulations and laws; attend meetings, as necessary.
  • Become expert in client ownership patterns and manage accordingly.
  • Support and participate fully in local SFI program.
  • Ensure that environmental or financial risk management reporting is conducted in a timely and professional manner to the Area Manager and, if appropriate, local Safety Coordinator.
  • Respond to internal and external information requests in conjunction with management and team members.
  • Actively participate within the organization to ensure all timberland management investment services meet or exceed client commitments.
  • Represent Campbell Global at all levels, maintaining positive public relations.
  • Other duties/projects as assigned.
  • Position is considered exempt based on job responsibilities.


  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Forestry or Engineering; and
  •  Three years’ work experience in forestland management or the logging industry.


  • Five years relevant work experience in the logging industry or equivalent field.
  • In lieu of the above, we will consider candidates with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience resulting in the knowledge and skills required to perform the job.


  • Must have:
    • Demonstrated experience with and knowledge of Washington state forest practices.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of forestry and forest inventory.
    • Demonstrated proficiency with ArcGIS and standard office software.
  • Preferred:
    • Experience with SuperACE/SuperEASY.
    • Familiarity with SQL and Python.
    • Experience with Land Resource Manager or similar enterprise forest information systems.
    • Working knowledge of the logging industry, sorting techniques, log values, etc.
    • Experience with planning, budgeting, and forecasting as well as negotiating and supervising contracts.
    • Understanding of state and federal regulations with respect to land use (i.e., share costs, easements, permits, etc.).
    • WSDA Private Applicator License.
    • FAA Remote Pilot Certificate.
  • Ability to work in the outdoors over extremely rough, uneven terrain in all weather conditions, required. 
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.