Does the idea of shaping the future appeal to you?
OneFortyOne is a plantation fibre group growing the ultimate renewable, with plantation opportunities in Forestry and Sawmilling in Australia and New Zealand. Our operations support regional communities, the economy and importantly, our combined actions help combat climate change. Ours is an inclusive approach, and our people are rich in diversity of perspective, age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability.
Key elements of this role are scheduling plantation operations and partnering with key stakeholders, to ensure effective collaboration occurs and quality tactical and operational plans, implemented. Dependent on the person recruited, an extension to the role will be responsibility for one or more specialist areas; such as harvest scheduling using Remsoft Scheduler, operation analytics, improvement projects and certification processes.
This role is best suited to a team player with aptitude for these and appreciation of the importance of monitoring outcomes? Is this you?
Safety is a passion for us, as is further training and development through on the job learning and training programs. We are small enough to design such a program around you, but big enough to offer broad exposure that creates a great place to work and work life balance. We are open to flexible working arrangements and will favourably consider job sharing if the pool of applicants supports this.
Position Contacts: For enquiries regarding the role, phone Janeth Mackenzie, Manager Planning and Compliance on +61 0417 978 547.
Remsoft, a leader in optimization and operations management solutions for Forestry, is looking for a seasoned revenue leader to be part of our ongoing growth and expansion in Australasia. You are a high impact solution professional who thinks strategically and operates tactically. In partnership with an existing strong resource in the region, you will focus on expanding our Australasia revenue line through deeper penetration of the existing client base, developing new clients, and expanding in new areas.
For the right candidate, you will also have responsibility for managing the region as a business entity within Remsoft.
This role requires past success in developing and executing a clear business plan and budget, with a focus on revenue acceleration, partner development and solution growth.
You have worked in some combination of forestry industry, optimization solutions, supply chain/logistics.
Background and Responsibilities:
Proven ability to manage against a top line revenue target; and ideally have managed a full top & bottom line business entity
Experience in developing a region strategy, and executing at an account level with a wide array of client stakeholders – from technical to senior management
Demonstrated ability to conceptualize and sell complex enterprise solutions that combine commercial software and consulting services
Work hands-on in accounts in partnership with our current personnel in the region, and with a remote Canadian-based consulting delivery team
You have a demonstrated track record of maturing an existing client base through focused account strategy development that increases value and uncovers new opportunities
Experience in project management delivery will be an asset
Your written communication is top notch and you are a confident presenter and facilitator
10+ years of demonstrated success in the areas outlined above
Strong oral, written and presentation skills
You live in Australia or New Zealand, preferably near a major centre; and can travel up to 30%
Competitive compensation package.
If you are interested in this position, please forward your CV and a cover letter detailing how your skills and experience meet the position attributes and role requirements to: email@example.com
Salary in the range of $107,879 to $115,523 per annum excluding superannuation
Duties/Abilities You will take a major, senior leadership role in developing innovative, wood products, more efficient wood processing systems, and providing technical solutions for the forest and timber industry.
What you will do
Initiate, lead and participate in the development and management of collaborative research project proposals at State, National and International levels in the areas of forest product processing and product development.
Provide high level advice on forest product technical issues to peers, industry and other stakeholders; and build knowledge in all areas of wood science
Identify new and emerging national and international research trends, technologies and investment opportunities to ensure the future profitability and sustainability of the Forest industries in an environment of competing land uses, climate variability and change.
Influence the adoption by industry of new technologies and practices and provide technological solutions and novel products to encourage profitable investment in sustainable forest resources and timber processing enterprises in Queensland.
Prepare and review high quality peer-reviewed scientific journal publications, reports and technical publications. Prepare and deliver formal presentations at local, national and international conferences.
Manage projects efficiently through the preparation and monitoring of budget expenditure, allocation and utilisation of project resources, and the adoption of new technologies and methodologies that maximise quality and efficiency.
Build mutually beneficial relationships and co-operative partnerships within the organisation, in appropriate networks, and with key stakeholders in other organisations.
Create a working environment, which encourages the sharing and effective utilisation of complementary knowledge and skills within multidisciplinary teams.
Supervise, train and performance manage staff in multidisciplinary teams or work independently as required.
Maintain a high level of technical proficiency, continuously improve knowledge and demonstrate a broad leadership contribution within the areas of wood science, processing and product development of wood-based systems
A degree in engineering, wood or applied science or equivalent academic qualification.
Experience in preparing proposals for R&D grants, high quality technical reports, and Annual Reports
For further information about this position and details on how to apply, please visit the Queensland Government Smart Jobs and Careers website www.smartjobs.qld.gov.au
Company/Location: Forest Products Commission, South West, Western Australia, Australia
This is a Permanent Full-time position at 1.0FTE
The Forest Products Commission (FPC) values are to Nurture our people, Respect our environment, heritage, and each other, and Deliver outstanding results and superior service. Our goals are to: Deliver healthy forests for future generations, facilitate a vibrant forest industry to deliver social and economic benefits, particularly in regional WA, and ensure efficient, effective and safe delivery of business outcomes.
This position will be responsible for scheduling roading operations to facilitate safe and efficient construction and maintenance of the Forestry Road Network as well as Supporting staff with the application of roading industry standards and improving the safety of the Forestry Road Network for timber haulage operations.
To be successful in this role you will have: ESSENTIAL: 1. Sound knowledge and experience in road construction and maintenance operations to accepted industry standards. 2. Sound knowledge of contracts and contractor management including understanding of tender and audit requirements for the supply of goods and services. 3. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work cooperatively with others at all levels, including skills in consultation, negotiation and supervision. 4. Demonstrated experience in team building and leadership. 5. Demonstrated financial management skills 6. Current class C motor vehicle license.
DESIREABLE: 1. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Construction (Road construction and Maintenance) or equivalent. 2. Understanding of forestry production operations.
Dry Mill Manager/Moulder Operator Company/Location: S E Pine Sales
A well established timber processing company on the outskirts of Mount Gambier SA situated in the heart of the Limestone Coast seeks to employ an experienced Dry Mill Manager/ Moulder Operator. The position offered is permanent day shift within a newly built Dry Timber processing Mill accompanied by a recently built Green Mill for in house supply. Normal hours of work Monday to Friday. Some overtime may be required.
An annual salary of $87,000 negotiable commensurate with experience with a vehicle and fuel card also supplied for your convenience.
Duties will include but not limited to:
Set cut plans according to orders and stock available
Set-up moulder according to timber size requirements
Maximise moulder uptime and production
Use grinder to sharpen knives
Maintain sharpening room in good working order
Co-ordinate and direct a dry-mill team(s)
Undertake preventative maintenance on all dry mill machinery, maintaining blades and profile cutters.
Ensure required spare parts are kept on hand
Awareness of conditions that pose an unacceptable risk to dry mill property, plant & equipment (e.g. total fire ban days) and decision responsibility for whether and how to operate
Demonstrate a high level of machinery fault identification and resolution
Maintain timber stock and flow in an efficient and neat state
Ensure dry-mill production building are kept in a neat state
Co-ordinate shavings trailer collection and empty shavings bin when necessary
Operate timber grading equipment and software and perform compliance testing
Ensure timber finish meets required quality standard
Forklift operation desirable but not necessary
Train a competent person in moulder set-up and operation, potentially alongside an external training provider
Reasonable level of physical fitness
WH&S Obligations Perform all duties in a safe manner ensuring adherence to South East Pine Sales WH&S requirements & Procedures
Hours should be commensurate with completion of aforementioned duties
Able to prioritize drymill schedule to ensure orders are completed within required time frames
Excellent numeracy & literacy skills
Mechanical aptitude skills
Good hand / eye coordination
Ability to be flexible
Verbal communication skills
Solution focused troubleshooting skills
Excellent team member
Copes well in high pressure situations
Able to work unsupervised
Takes responsibility for own actions
Is open to new ideas and new ways of doing things
Demonstrates willingness to cooperate with others
If you have a reliable positive attitude towards work and can demonstrate skills that address the essential requirements, we want to hear from you.
Our Business Hancock Forest Management NZ Ltd (HFM NZ) protects and manages the forest assets owned by the Hancock Natural Resource Group’s investment clients. These institutional investors own 235,000 hectares of plantation forests in New Zealand, producing an annual harvest volume of almost 6 million m3. Providing a safe and inclusive workplace for its employees and contractors and managing all operations to ensure excellence in environmental outcomes are HFM NZ’s highest priorities.
The Role Due to a retirement, we are seeking an experienced Forester to join our global business. As part of the Forestry Operations Team, the role will assist in the management of establishment, tending and forest protection functions. This includes management of contractors and crews to ensure professional and best practice operations. Ensuring excellence in health, safety and environmental outcomes is paramount.
What We Can Offer You HFM NZ is New Zealand’s largest forest management company and will offer a highly competitive package to our chosen candidate. Along with base salary and annual bonus, a work vehicle (choice of 3) including private use is supplied. We also provide a suite of benefits including health insurance, trauma, income protection and life insurance, additional KiwiSaver contributions, gym subsidy and long service leave. Generous financial support for formal external tuition can be accessed to ensure our employees can learn and grow while working with us. HFM NZ also supports employee health and wellbeing and the importance of work/life balance and provides flexible work arrangements wherever possible.
What We’re Looking For The successful applicant will ideally hold a tertiary qualification in forestry or a related field and/or have significant experience in forestry operations. We need a great team player who has strong relationship and people management abilities as there may be the opportunity for the role to grow in the future. Sound computing skills are also desirable. Above all else, an unwavering commitment to delivering the highest health, safety and environmental standards is a must.
To Apply If you’d like to join our small but committed team and work with some of the best in the business, more information can be found on our website www.hfm.nz Please send applications in the form of a cover letter and CV to our Human Resources Team at firstname.lastname@example.org by 2 February 2020.
HFM NZ is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, or age. HFM NZ values diversity and inclusion and is comfortable to provide any reasonable necessary accommodation to foster such a workforce.
Forestry Operations and Business Development Manager
Location: Based in Masterton covering the Lower North Island Overview:
Permanent / Full Time
High levels of empowerment and autonomy
An incentive scheme that rewards high performance
Supportive and friendly working environment
Previous sales experience not essential
Reporting to CEO
About FMNZ: Established in 1974, FMNZ is a family owned company that specialises in all aspects of forest management. Our mission is to maximise the potential of every forest we manage in an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable manner. With over 28,000 hectares of forests under our management we are one of the largest privately owned forest management companies in New Zealand. Currently with offices in Napier, Gisborne and Waverley, we are looking to build on and grow our presence in the Wairarapa region.
The Role: We are looking for an outgoing and confident candidate who is wanting to further their career in this new role which involves managing existing forests in Wairarapa along with growing our forestry and harvest management business in the lower North Island.
Planning, management and supervision of silviculture and harvest operations
Working to ensure that harvest income is maximised for the forest owner
Ensure compliance with FMNZ Workplace Health & Safety and Environmental Policies
Actively seeking opportunities to grow FMNZ harvest volume and building trust with prospective clients
Presenting professional and compelling harvesting proposals to forest and woodlot owners
Procurement and management of harvest crews
Key Attributes and Experience:
Passionate about maximising the potential for the forest owner in an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable manner
Goal driven and ability to work autonomously
A minimum of 5 years harvest management experience
A strong sales drive and an enjoyment from winning new business
A confident networker and communicator with an ability to build rapport and trust with forest owners
Innovative and resourceful
Upbeat and able to quickly bounce back from adversity
Benefits of working for FMNZ:
You will be part of a tight knit, professional and supportive team
An attractive remuneration package commensurate with the importance of this role including a performance based incentive scheme
If you would like to apply for this role please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com .
Applicants must be eligible to work in New Zealand.
Applications close on 14th February.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Wood Processing
School of Forestry,College of Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Full-time at 37.5 hours per week
Fixed Term for 3 years
What You Will Do We invite applications for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer position in Wood Processing where you will develop an active teaching and research programme. The level of appointment will depend on the successful candidate’s relevant experience.
The successful applicant will undertake research, teach undergraduate courses, supervise postgraduate students and develop links with the New Zealand forestry sector, as well as collaborate with other academics in the School’s teaching, research and administrative activities.
Who You Are Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in a relevant field and have a successful research record in wood processing with research experience relevant to plantation forests. The successful applicant will have a broad knowledge of wood processing. Specialist knowledge and experience in one or more of the following would be advantageous: solid wood processing, engineered wood products, life cycle assessments, (pre)manufacturing, biorefinery, timber engineering and timber modification.
The successful applicant will be required to develop and teach an Advanced Wood Processing course as well as teach wood processing components into other undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The successful applicant will also be encouraged to develop a strong research programme in consultation with the wood processing industry.
Why UC UC is committed to promoting a world-class learning environment through research and teaching excellence, and has a vision statement of “People Prepared to Make a Difference”. You will have the opportunity to work alongside members of a diverse academic community and enrich your own professional and personal development.
Fibre Supply Analyst and a Fibre Supply Manager – Pulpwood
Oji Fibre Solutions is New Zealand’s largest producer of market pulp, paper and renewable fibre-based packaging products. We have an extensive team of people, who work together to produce quality kraft pulp, paper and fibre packaging products from renewable, sustainably harvested forestry and recycled wood fibre. After being purchased by the Oji Group in 2014, the company has benefitted from the injection of new energy and investment and is proud to be backed by the strength of the world’s fifth largest pulp, paper and packaging business.
Our Fibre Supply Team is currently seeking a Fibre Supply Analyst and a Fibre Supply Manager – Pulpwood to join them.
Fibre Supply Analyst (Tokoroa or Rotorua) Reporting to the Fibre Supply Manager, this role is to support the Fibre Supply Team with a broad range of activities. The role encompasses aspects of project management and log yard operational supervision, while primarily focusing on supply planning, across a number of fibre supply categories for both our Kinleith and Tasman pulpmills, to ensure the team delivers the right materials and services to our manufacturing sites. ojifs.careercentre.net.nz/Job/Fibre-Supply-Analyst/Waikato/3863
Fibre Supply Manager – Pulpwood (Rotorua) Reporting to the Operations Manager - Fibre Procurement, this role will draw on your experience in the commercial aspects of the forest industry, requiring a results driven professional who is responsible for sourcing pulpwood, through long and short term agreements to supply our Kinleith and Tasman pulpmills. ojifs.careercentre.net.nz/Job/Fibre-Supply-Manager-Pulpwood/Bay-of-Plenty/3865
Supply Chain Manager – New Zealand
Company/Location: International Timber Solutions
International Timber Solutions is an international forest products trading company with registered companies in Australia (Main office) as well as New Zealand, Vietnam, Taiwan and China. We are looking for a highly motivated person to join our New Zealand based operations.
Specifically, the role includes:
Manage current supply chain and supplier relationships
Actively seek supply options to meet current queries and future identified growth
Manage logistics within and out of New Zealand
Support customer service team where and when required
Growth options include
Support ITS Sales offices in Asia
Support ITS procurement team for supply from other countries then New Zealand
The role requires
To travel to within as well as outside New Zealand from time to time for training, education, sales support, etc.
Flexible work hours to communicate with customers and ITS offices outside normal New Zealand working hours