Forestry Technician Resume

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Mark White

1234 East Street,

Santa Fe,

NM, 87501

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Summary

An experienced forest technician who is remarkably talented with more than ten years of experience in compiling data with relation to forest size, content, condition, and other forest characteristics, has performed a variety of specialized technical tasks which required considerable and hands-on experience with the use of forest resources management techniques; has assisted ecologists and other conservation scientists in the management, improvement, and protection of rangelands, forests, and other wildlife habitats; is focused in promoting conservation of soil, water, and related natural resources.

Professional Experience:

Forest TechnicianJanuary 2007 – present

Department of Public Administration, Minneapolis, MN

Responsibilities:

  • Provided technical support to forestry research programs.
  • Inspected trees and collected samples of plants, seeds, foliage, back and roots.
  • Helped professional foresters manage forest resources.
  • Involved for the reforestation.
  • Planted trees as part of the reforestation program to replace logged or destroyed land.
  • Assisted foresters to check for evidence of harmful insects or tree diseases.

Forest and Conservation TechnicianJune 2004– January 2007

Department of Public Administration, Florida, FL

Responsibilities

Responsible for the marking of trees for thinning or logging.

Supervised forest nursery operation, timber harvesting, and land use activities.

Developed and maintained computer databases.

Planned and supervised construction of access routes and forest roads.

Forestry Technician February 1999 – May 2004

Department of Public Administration, Iowa, IA

Responsibilities:

  • Provided technical support to forestry research programs.
  • Inspected trees and collected samples of plants, seeds, foliage, back and roots.
  • Helped professional foresters manage forest resources.
  • Involved for the reforestation.
  • Planted trees as part of the reforestation program to replace logged or destroyed land.
  • Assisted foresters to check for evidence of harmful insects or tree diseases.

Forest and Conservation TechnicianJune 2004– January 2007

Department of Public Administration, Florida, FL

Education

1997- 1999Bachelor of Science in Forestry and Conservation

University of Virginia, VA

1993 – 1997Associate Degree in Forestry

University of Virginia, VA

Skills:

  • Knowledgeable in forest management planning and its application
  • Proficiency in verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent time management skill
  • Judgment and decision making skills
  • Strategic and critical thinking skills
  • Complex Problem Solving skills
  • Proficiency in Analytical software, Map creation software (ESRI ArcView)
  • Database user interface and query software (Fire incident reporting systems; Microsoft Access)

Awards and Honors

Dean’s Lister, Yale University, Batch 1997

Society of American Foresters, Member

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