var nnn = getNodeNumber() } required: true, E-mail: Jalardstomalin@bcit.ca, Stacey Auld, B.Env.D., M.S.F.M., R.P.F. Page 1 of 83 jobs. } setInterval(timestamp, 500); Displayed here are job ads that match your query. }); Tel: 604-412-7520 This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. } Main topics include: use of Fire Weather Index, use of Weather Information, safe operation of common fire control equipment, fire line organization and supervision, Forest and Range Practices Act, Wildfire Act and Associated Regulations, fire behavior, fire safety, basic fire ecology, wildland/urban interface and other related topics. As Renewable Resource professionals, you will need to communicate quickly, clearly, and effectively with colleagues, supervisors, industry partners, and the public .This course will teach you how to be an efficient communicator at work. Students practice sampling techniques for vegetation inventories with commonly used field equipment. Strategies will be designed to cost-effectively and with minimal undesirable environmental impact achieve desired species composition and dominance. 11592: "University Arts & Sciences:General Arts", Tel: 778-331-1392 // Show hide Country But natural areas also provide important ecological services, like habitat for wildlife, promotion of biodiversity, storm-water flood mitigation & heat wave moderation. Compensation The U.S. Department of Labor reported that the average salary of foresters was $56,130 in 2011. Emphasis is on field labs with supporting lectures. $("#country").val("Canada") var $locations = $('#00N5w00000R2DG2'); The focus for the course is to develop introductory level skills related to the interpretation of thematic maps, contour maps and aerial photographs for a given field site to enable field navigation and data collection. Indeed may be compensated by these employers, helping keep Indeed free for job seekers. ", A member of our recruitment team will be contacting you shortly, keep an eye on your inbox! 3157: "All:All", Included will be an introduction to First Nation communities, and organizations involved in BC resource management. Implications of climate change on BEC are discussed. The FNAM program is a two-year, 4 term program with classes running from September to the beginning of May. The biogeophysical characteristics, industrial structure, and socio-economic characteristics within each BC’s major development regions will be described. Alternatively, you may work as a natural area technologist in a city if a more urban setting is your preference. if (subStrPageNodeIncludes) {