Come join our management team in our Fort St. John location.

Since 2003, Strategic Natural Resource Consultants has been delivering professional services across BC. With over  150 staff across  six offices  practicing in disciplines such as biology, forestry, geomatics, engineering, technology and business, we manage a diverse array of projects for a variety of clients.

Working with the Regional  Manager,  you  will  lead and grow a team of professionals as we deliver our business in Natural Resource Management & Planning in the Forestry, Energy, Mining, Transportation and Environmental Protection sectors.

Things we are looking for:

Education in a natural resource discipline: Forestry, Resource Management, or related

Experience in the resource sector: Forestry, Environmental Management, or related

Leadership capacity: We are looking to grow with someone — we are more interested in the potential than previous experience at this level.

Role Strengths:

LEADERSHIP EDUCATION TEAMWORK GROWTH BUSINESS DRIVER CREATIVITY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE CONNECTIONS

Strategic Natural Resource Consultants is an Employee Owned (ESOP) company and one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers (2019)

LEAD a team of natural  resource  professionals with diverse backgrounds. Our people are experienced, enthusiastic, educated and dedicated to our purpose of serving our crew, our clients and our communities.

BALANCE sustainable development with environmental conservation from remote rural locations to reclaimed industrial sites to new urban development areas.

CULTIVATE both the talent and the opportunities to deliver world-class forest development services from the site level to the landscape level in the places we live, work, and play.

APPLY your scientific, technical and professional skills as part of various project teams in areas such as timber development, resource road engir::ieering, harvest planning, and forest ORerations management.

STRENGTHEN your business management skills in., leadership, teamwork, human resources, finance, planning, and project management.

For more information please visit snrc.ca

 

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