Forester

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Ref: 1159624
Nationality: South African
Qualifications: BSc - Forestry
Annual Package Range: R 0.00 - 150 000, per annum
Total Years Experience: 1 to 2 years
Home and other languages: SiSwati, English, IsiZulu, IsiXhosa
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: African / Black

Forester

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Current / most recent job title?
Forester

1. Primary purpose of current/most recent position:
It is to improve the company productivity while reducing the cost and maximise profit. To also ensure that safety of the workers and the environment is being kept accordingly.To work for and be an asset to the company not a liability of it.

2. Core elements or functions that must operate effectively in order to achieve primary purpose:
Lean from others how the company works, respect everyone and also work hard to provide the company with good work always.

3. Description of self, along with greater purpose and passions:
Management of all sales and equipment of the company also marketing the company to high level of the supply chain. Self motivated able to work not under close supervision and problem solving ability and always willing to bring innovation In the company. Currently seeking for a permanent job opportunity to improve an organisation that is in need of an individual that will improve production

4. Ideal business title:

  • Operational Forestry Manager
  • Operational Forester

5. Key responsibilities and accountabilities of ideal position:
To manage the forestry plantations for growth to produce more timber while conserving the nature and don’t pollute the environment.

6. Career summary:
One year doing silvicultural Operations and 8 months in harvesting of timber

7. Achievements: 
I graduated top of my class and I was also a chairperson of the Uneven forestry association

8. What do you absolutely love doing?
Creative development e.g creating scientific ways of how our trees can speed up growth.

9. Ideal company (culture and values):
A company that do commercial forest or plants from establishment to harvesting.