Employment

Thank you for your interest in working with NNRG to strengthen the ecological and economic vitality of Northwest forests and communities! 

We are currently hiring a Director of Programs (full time) and a Forestry Technician (temporary part-time). 

Please also see our Volunteer Page for other ways to get involved.

Director of Programs

First review of applications: August 29, 2019

The Director of Programs is responsible for much of NNRG’s research and education programming, as well as NNRG’s entire membership program for forest owners.

This person works closely with NNRG’s Director of Forestry to design and implement projects that advance our understanding of ecological forestry and to communicate those findings to landowners, public lands managers, and forest practitioners. The Director of Programs also manages NNRG’s group FSC certificate, maintaining regular contact with the landowners certified under its auspices and ensuring that new and renewing members fulfill the requirements for certification. In that role, this person also serves as the point of contact with the certifying body that issues NNRG’s FSC certificate and coordinates NNRG’s annual certification audit.

This is a unique opportunity to help shape how forestry in the Pacific Northwest is practiced and perceived.

Read full position announcement and description here.

To Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume as a single pdf document to jobs@nnrg.org. Include your last name at the beginning of the file name of the pdf. 

For questions about the position, please contact Seth Zuckerman, Executive Director, at seth@nnrg.org. First review of applications will be on August 29.

Forestry Technician

Rolling review of applications

NNRG seeks a forestry technician to assist with continuous forest inventory and other forest measurement work, 2 to 4 days per week, through the end of September and possibly longer.

The ideal candidate has experience with basic forest inventory techniques, is adept at field work in a variety of challenging terrain and weather conditions, and maintains a professional and collegial attitude with co-workers and landowners. You will need your own vehicle to travel to work sites, located within a 2-hour drive of Seattle.

Compensation for this position is $20 to $25 per hour, depending on experience.

To Apply
Send a letter of interest, resumé, and two references to jobs@nnrg.org. Begin the subject line with the words “Forest Tech”.

This position is open until filled.

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