Harvest Manager','01011994','!*!Our South Valley Operations has an opening for a Harvest Manager. This role is an integral part of the leadership team responsible for the forestry, engineering, and harvesting on the South Valley Forest Area, based out of Eugene, OR. This is a full-time, exempt position, reporting to the South Valley Forest Area Team Leader. This Logging Contract Supervisor position is responsible for management of safety, environmental stewardship, quality, production, and costs on Contract Logging Operations. Coordination with all other forest management operations is paramount (i.e. road construction, forestry, and engineering). The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the Integrated Skills Development Process (ISDP). The objective of ISDP is to provide for a structured process for individual development matching business skill set needs in the areas of forestry, engineering, land use, and harvesting. Safety – Lead safety meetings, perform pre-work safety inspections and needed follow-up, and actively participate in health and safety programs including near miss reporting. Demonstrate, role model, and coordinate training on safety policies and safe work practices. Apply laws and safety regulations to active operations and address safety issues appropriately (unsafe acts, PPE, etc.). Conduct incident investigations and apply critical thinking to correctly identify root cause and appropriate corrective action to prevent reoccurrence. Environment – Regulatory knowledge and application of Oregon Forest Practices and Endangered Species Acts as impacted by harvesting operations. Assess daily fire risk situation, fire equipment use and capabilities and perform fire drills/audits. Train contractors to our EMS and SFI standards and audit for conformance, correcting as necessary. Quality – Able to estimate volumes, piece size, and determine feasibility of harvesting specific timber types. Apply log sorts, log value, customer needs, merchandising/value extraction, scaling process and have an understanding of factors and inputs that impact log quality. Production – Develop logging prescriptions with input from engineers. Achieve high utilization rate for systems and equipment by advanced application of various harvesting systems as applied to topography and timber type. Be able to evaluate harvest system capabilities and limitations and have advanced knowledge of skyline mechanics and payload limits. Manage felled and bucked inventory, monitor and direct daily cutting activities. Develop logging price and production plans by unit, daily and long-term tracking and evaluation of harvesting performance. Performs key role in sequencing of harvest units through maintain accurate machine delivery schedule and coordination of road construction, cutting, logging, transportation, marketing, and logging clean up. Cost – Performs cost analysis on individual machines, classifications, and systems. Negotiate, prepare and administer logging contracts for Contract Logging Operations. Responsible for developing annual budgets and delivering results against budget.','!*!Qualifications/Requirements: B.S. or B.A. in relevant field and 9 years experience in the logging industry preferred, with minimum 5 years required. Northwest regional logging experience is preferred. Minimum 2 years leadership/supervisory experience required. Must be a highly motivated, self-directed team player. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral) needed to effectively function as part of a team. Strong analytical skills with proficiency in use of personal computers and MS office products (i.e. Word, Outlook, Excel) are required. Experience with Geographical Information Systems, and other industry related software is highly desirable. Current driver’s license is required as work involves driving company vehicles (highway and logging roads; approx 25,000 miles per year). Majority of work is spent in the field, much of it on steep or uneven ground covered with slash and brush. Field work is accomplished under a variety of weather conditions; all that the Northwest has to offer. Must be willing and able to work the hours applicable to the job, which includes early mornings and occasional weekends. About WeyerhaeuserWe sustainably manage forests and manufacture products that make the world a better place. We’re serious about safety, driven to achieve excellence, and proud of what we do. With multiple business lines in locations across North America, we offer a range of exciting career opportunities for smart, talented people who are passionate about making a difference. We know you have a choice in your career. We want you to choose us. Weyerhaeuser is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to taking affirmative action to employ and advance in employment women, minorities, qualified individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.*M','Operations, Manufacturing, & Construction','USA-OR-Eugene','','Full-time','Manager','Standard','Day (1st)','','Available','Harvest Manager
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Weyerhaeuser Company began more than 100 years ago with 900,000 acres of timberland, three employees and a small office in Tacoma, Washington. Our company's namesake, Frederick Weyerhaeuser, and our original investors were forest industry experts who contributed capital and, perhaps more important, their experience, reputations and values to the new business. Forestry expertise and commitment to values has held Weyerhaeuser in good stead for more than a century. Today we own or manage 20.3 million acres of timberland with offices or operations in 11 countries.