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Associate Professor or Full Professor in Urban Forest Management (Deadline: January 8, 2018)

The Department of Forest Resources Management at the Vancouver campus of the University of British Columbia (UBC) invites applications for a full-time tenure-stream position at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor within the field of urban forest management.

Malcolm Knapp Research Forest – Graduate Intern (Deadline: November 17, 2017)

The UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest is seeking a highly motivated grad student with a background and interest in both education and environmental sciences.

One 8-month OR two 4-month positions Undergrad Internship at AFRF (Deadline: October 27)

The UBC/Alex Fraser Research Forest is seeking dynamic and resourceful applicants who have an interest in forest management and have some knowledge about plant/tree identification, and surveying and mensuration techniques.

Yanhan Liu (Forest Resource Management)

Yanhan Liu (Forest Resource Management)

In my first co-op work term, I worked in the department of sustainable development in APP China Forestry. APP has been working towards a renewed association with FSC. As a member of HCV (High Conservation Value) Team, I was responsible for helping identify HCV (e.g. tomb, streams, etc.) and translating documents (e.g. estimated transportation costs), as well as translation on the conference. As there were no distinctive boundaries between each HCV category, it was challenging to identify and classify HCV in the compartments of forestlands. This Co-op work term offered me more than a working experience. Anyone who wants to step out of his/her comfort zones should consider joining co-op.

Shirlei Ishizaki (Forest Sciences)

Shirlei Ishizaki (Forest Sciences)

I kicked-off my Co-op Program working as a Field Technician at ES Cropconsult. The work I do, scouting, is a small, but decisive part of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). IPM is a preventative measure that joins biology and economy, making data-based decisions to improve yield crops. The Co-op Program allows me to explore different views, as well as obtain knowledge and experience. When I started this job, I wasn’t sure how it would apply to my targeted career path, but it is up to me to make the most out of the opportunities that show on my way to educate myself, build connections, and have fun!

Qing Qiu (Wood Products Processing)

Qing Qiu (Wood Products Processing)

My first co-op term with M and J Woodcrafts has been a great working experience. In a regular work day, I spent most of the time on the shop floor with various departments, such as the flat panel gluing station and the press and trim line. The hands-on experience has provided me some essential practical skills for future jobs. Furthermore, I believe the cross training I received from the company has greatly strengthened my skillsets and provided valuable working knowledge on operations. Hence, I appreciate the co-op program for offering me a great opportunity to work with a friendly and passionate team

Nolita Kay (Natural Resource Conservation)

Nolita Kay (Natural Resource Conservation)

I was responsible for recognizing and initiating treatments, specific diets and enrichments that would enable our patients to heal and get a second chance at being wild again. I got to improve my identification skills and become familiar with the rehabilitation plans unique to different species according to their ecological niche and behavior in nature. Forestry co-op has allowed me to have a direct contribution towards the conservation of nature and has given me a unique perspective into the dynamic of coexisting with wildlife which I will take with me and apply to my future work experiences within the forestry co-op program.

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