Careers

DWB offers a verity of career opportunities throughout British Columbia, whether you are just beginning your career journey or seeking a new opportunity to grow. At DWB, employees will expand their knowledge of the regional areas and will become experienced in integrated resource management.

DWB is always seeking talented professionals, technicians and specialists to join our team. We also regularly hire students and seasonal staff. Please email your resume with an outline of your qualifications to rpatterson@dwbconstulting.ca or fill in our resume upload form below,

Opportunities

DWB would like to thank all candidates in advance for submitting their resume, however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Engineering Opportunities

DWB Northern BC Operations (Prince George) is currently seeking applications for an Intermediate Technician/Technologist with a minimum of 5 years practical experience in geometric designs and construction layout surveying. The successful candidate will be producing and mentoring the production of designs on a daily basis. A systematic understanding of field surveying concepts will be an asset.

Requirements

  • Technical Diploma from accredited institution with minimum 5 years’ experience.
  • Proficient in design/construction surveying concepts, geometric designs, quality control, general office procedures, and people skills.
  • Able to prioritize objectives and work varied hours.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Proficient written and verbal communication skills with attention to details.
  • Reliable team member with organizational and sound judgment skills.
  • Highly functional in C3D/CAD processes & varied computer experience.

Responsibilities

  • Project production & joint management with engineering team.
  • Assist with crew scheduling to achieve project timeline goals.
  • Client liaison to achieve appropriate project requirements.
  • Software upgrades/considerations for team development.

The position is permanent available immediately. Salary will be commensurate with experience and industry standards with a benefits package available. 

Please submit cover letter and resume with references to Todd Wambolt, Engineering Manager at twambolt@dwbconsulting.ca.

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

DWB is seeking applications for a Junior / Intermediate Draftsperson/CAD Technician. The position is based at our Prince George office.  The successful candidate will hold a certificate/diploma from an accredited engineering technology program, be competent in using Civil-3D and have a minimum of 1 to 2 years’ experience creating conceptual design to production drawings of civil/structural works including bridges, roads, and component details. 

The successful candidate must demonstrate high accuracy for detail, strong organizational skills, and familiarity with design drawing standards. The candidate will be required to read and produce varied drawing types and may be required, under supervision, to undertake field investigations and/or construction supervision and create preliminary written reports. The expectations will include interactions in a positive manner with clients and/or contractors, and work well within a team environment. 

This position is full time and is available immediately. Salary will be commensurate with experience and industry standards. Benefits package available after probational period completed.

Please submit a cover letter and resume with references to Todd Wambolt, Engineering Manager at twambolt@dwbconsulting.ca.

This position is full time and is available immediately. Salary will be commensurate with experience and industry standards. Benefits package available after probational period completed.

Please submit a cover letter and resume with references to Todd Wambolt, Engineering Manager at: twambolt@dwbconsulting.ca

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

DWB is seeking applications for a Civil Engineer registered with EGBC. The position would be based out of our Prince George office. The successful candidate will have a combination of training and experience in the following:

  • Design of bridges, roads and other civil/structural works
  • Field experience in construction supervision
  • A working knowledge of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code
  • Project management skills and experience

This position is full time and is available immediately. Salary to commensurate with experience and industry standards. DWB provides a benefits package and other incentives for employees, including; annual bonus, professional development, and other company sponsored events.

Please submit cover letter and resume with references to Todd Wambolt at: twambolt@dwbconsulting.ca

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

DWB is seeking applications for an Engineer in Training (EIT) in Construction/Civil Engineering for our Fort St. John office. Candidates should have relevant formal education from an accredited school, and must have current (or be eligible for) EIT status with EGBC. The successful candidate will have a combination of training and experience in the following:

  • Design and construction of bridges, roads, geotechnical, and other civil/structural works.
  • Field experience in construction supervision
  • A working knowledge of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code
  • Project management skills and experience

This position is full time and is available immediately. Salary is commensurate with experience and industry standards and a benefits package is available.

To apply, please email resume with cover letter and references to: twambolt@dwbconsulting.ca

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

DWB Northern BC Operations (Prince George, Fort St John and Chetwynd) is currently seeking applications for Survey Technologists. Survey calculations experience, drafting experience, construction experience, and general field experience will all be considered assets, along with current industry safety tickets.

Requirements – preferably, applicants will:

  • Hold a Technology Diploma (or similar)
  • Have experience in engineering & construction survey.
  • Be physically fit and willing to work remotely in diverse conditions.
  • Hold a valid driver’s license.
  • Have good written and verbal communication skills, have attention to detail, be reliable and dependable, have organizational skills and have sound judgment.

Responsibilities of the position include:

  • Set-up and operation of total station, level and GPS.
  • Set-up and operation of nuclear densometer soil density gauge would be an asset.
  • Following directives of Supervisors.
  • Preparing complete and accurate field notes.
  • Data analysis and processing.
  • Problem solving.
  • Working safely.

These positions are full time and permanent.  Salary to commensurate with experience and industry standards and a benefits package is available. Applicants will be accepted until positions are filled.

Please submit cover letter and resume, with confirmed references, to:

Jeff Liedtke, BCLS, Survey/Engineering Manager jliedtke@dwbconsulting.ca

Environmental Opportunities

DWB is seeking applications for manual labourers for temporary work in the Prince George area over the next few months. The successful candidates will have a valid class 5 BC driver’s license, heavy trailer endorsement and are expected to operate company vehicles. Successful candidates will also be expected to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions, in camp situations, and be able to lift up to 50 lbs.

These positions are temporary and available immediately. Salary to commensurate with experience and industry standards.

Please submit cover letter and resume with references to Jesse Laframboise at jlaframboise@dwbconsulting.ca.

Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

DWB is seeking applications for an Environmental Biologist or Agrologist for our Cranbrook Office, with the position available immediately.
Candidates should have relevant formal education and a minimum of 3 years environmental-related experience, and must be able to thrive in demanding, fast-paced work environments. Current or eligibility for a relevant professional designation (e.g., RPBio, PBiol, PAg, CPESC) is preferred, though RBTech will be considered. Experience with the following is considered an asset:

  • Project design/coordination
  • Environmental field data collection (fish/wildlife/forestry/wetland/vegetation/soils)
  • Understanding of environmental regulatory processes in BC
  • Liaising with clients and regulators
  • Technical report writing
  • Preparing Erosion and sediment control (ESC) plans, Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP), Environmental Protection Plans (EPPs)
  • Environmental monitoring on small- and large-scale construction projects
  • Conducting fish and/or wildlife salvages
  • Installing, inspecting, and maintaining erosion and sediment control devices

In addition, the candidate should have strong organizational skills, and effective relationship building skills with ability to work longer hours in a physically demanding environment, often with limited supervision. The candidate must also be comfortable with field work in remote locations and/or travel between DWB offices throughout BC. Additional assets or skills that will be considered include:

  • Valid class 5 driver’s licence
  • Electrofishing, Swiftwater Rescue, and/or ATV/UTV Certification
  • Experience operating 4×4 vehicles off-highway

DWB will is seeking to hire for full-time permanent positions, but would consider hiring for a full-time seasonal (6-8 months) and/or full-time summer (4 month) positions, beginning spring 2022, depending on applicant availability and location. DWB offers a competitive salary and a benefits package.

Please submit cover letter and resume with references to the DWB’s Operations Manager – Cranbrook Division: Lisa Kinnear at lkinnear@dwbconsulting.ca. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

DWB is seeking applications for an Environmental Technician for our Cranbrook Office, with the position available immediately.

Candidates interested in applying should have a minimum of 1-3 years’ experience in the forestry, environmental, mining, oil and gas, and/or transportation industries. In addition, the candidate will have a diploma or degree from an accredited environmental or biology program (equivalent experience and qualification will be considered). Preference will be given to those with a professional designation (e.g., RBTech, AScT) or eligibility to acquire a designation within 6 months. The role may include:

  • Environmental monitoring on small- and large-scale construction projects
  • Environmental field assessments and surveys (fish/wildlife/ forestry/wetland/vegetation/soils)
  • Water quality monitoring
  • Conducting stream classification as per provincial forestry standards
  • Conducting fish and/or wildlife surveys/sweeps and salvages
  • Installing, inspecting, and maintaining erosion and sediment control devices
  • Spill response
  • Technical report writing
  • Understanding of environmental regulatory processes in BC

In addition, the candidate should have strong organizational skills, and effective relationship building skills with ability to work longer hours in a physically demanding environment, often with limited supervision. The candidate must also be comfortable with field work in remote locations and/or travel between DWB offices throughout BC. Additional assets include:

  • Valid class 5 driver’s licence
  • Certifications: Electrofishing, Swiftwater Rescue, ATV/UTV
  • Experience operating 4×4 vehicles off-highway
  • Basic field orientation skills (mapping, compass, GPS)
  • Ability to walk 5-8 km per day in inclement weather on uneven and slippery surfaces
  • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds repeatedly throughout the day, every work day

DWB will consider hiring for a full-time seasonal (6-8 months) and/or full-time summer (4 month) position, beginning spring 2022, with the potential to become a full-time permanent position. DWB offers a competitive salary and a benefits package. For more information on DWB, visit our web site at www.dwbconsulting.ca.

Please submit cover letter and resume with references to DWB’s Operations Manager – Cranbrook Division: Lisa Kinnear at lkinnear@dwbconsulting.ca. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

DWB is seeking applications for Intermediate and Senior Environmental Professionals to fill positions in our Prince George, Lac La Hache and Fort St. John offices.

Candidates should have relevant formal education and a minimum of 3 years environmental-related experience, and must be able to thrive in demanding, fast-paced work environments. Current or eligibility for a relevant professional designation (e.g., RPBio, PBiol, PAg, CPESC, RPF, EP, PGeo, PEng, RBTech, AScT) is required. Experience with the following is considered an asset:

  • Project design/coordination
  • Environmental field data collection (fish/wildlife/forestry/wetland/vegetation/soils)
  • Understanding of environmental regulatory processes in BC
  • Liaising with clients and regulators
  • Technical report writing
  • Preparing Erosion and sediment control (ESC) plans, Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP), Environmental Protection Plans (EPPs)
  • Environmental monitoring on small- and large-scale construction projects
  • Conducting fish and/or wildlife salvages
  • Nest and avian searches
  • Installing, inspecting, and maintaining erosion and sediment control devices

In addition, the candidate should have strong organizational skills, and effective relationship building skills with ability to work longer hours in a physically demanding environment, often with limited supervision. The candidate must also be comfortable with field work in remote locations and/or travel between DWB offices throughout BC. Additional assets or skills that will be considered include:

  • Valid class 5 driver’s licence
  • Electrofishing, Swiftwater Rescue, and/or ATV/UTV Certification
  • Experience operating 4×4 vehicles off-highway

This position is full time and is available immediately. Salary commensurate with experience and industry standards. DWB provides a benefits package and other incentives for employees, including; annual bonus, professional development, and other company sponsored events. For more information on DWB Consulting, visit our web site at www.dwbconsulting.ca.

Please submit resume and reference letters by email to Jesse Laframboise, Environmental Manager Prince George Operations at jlaframboise@dwbconsulting.ca

DWB is seeking applications for Intermediate and Senior Environmental Professionals to fill Environmental Coordinator positions in our Prince George and Fort St. John offices.

Candidates should have relevant formal education and a minimum of 6 years environmental-related experience, and must be able to thrive in demanding, fast-paced work environments. Current or eligibility for a relevant professional designation (e.g., RPBio, PBiol, PAg) is required. Experience with the following is considered an asset:

  • Large infrastructure environmental project coordination and QP experience
  • Understanding of environmental regulatory processes in BC
  • Liaising with clients and regulators
  • Working with First Nations
  • Technical report writing and reviewing
  • Preparing and reviewing Erosion and sediment control (ESC) plans, Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP), Environmental Protection Plans (EPPs)

This position is full time and is available immediately.  Salary commensurate with experience and industry standards.  DWB provides a benefits package and other incentives for employees, including; annual bonus, professional development, and other company sponsored events.

Please submit resume and reference letters by email to Jesse Laframboise, Environmental Manager Prince George Operations at jlaframboise@dwbconsulting.ca

Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.  DWB would like to thank you in advance for submitting a resume, however only those candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.

DWB is seeking applications for an intermediate reclamation, assessment and remediation specialist with experience in disturbed site soil and groundwater assessment and remediation in BC and AB.

Knowledge and experience with relevant provincial and federal legislation and familiarity with the environmental site assessment process is a requirement. This position will be responsible for completing field and office tasks related to Stage 1 and 2 Preliminary Site Investigations, including surface soil and water sampling, groundwater monitoring and sampling, drilling supervision, remedial excavations, reporting and spill response. In addition, completing reclamation assessments and earthworks supervision will also be required. Experience in wildlife sweeps, invasive species management and/or stream classification would be considered an asset.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3-5 years working in oil and gas, and must be able to thrive in a demanding, fast-paced progressive work environment.  This successful applicant must have, or be eligible for, membership in a relevant professional organization, such as the BC Institute of Agrologists. The preferred candidate will be able to work with strategic alliances both internally and externally from our DWB team. In addition, he/she will have strong communication and organization skills and effective relationship building skills, especially as it pertains to First Nations.

Current experiences should include, but are not limited to;

  • Disturbed site soil and groundwater assessment, remediation and reclamation,
  • Ground Disturbance site supervisor contaminated site investigations & soil sampling,
  • Site supervisor for Stage 2 PSI/DSI, remediation, and reclamation,
  • Stage 1 and 2 PSI reporting,
  • Being part of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals,
  • Liaising with regulators and clients,
  • Understanding environmental policy and regulations,
  • Scientific report writing and,
  • Working with First Nations

Salary to commensurate with experience and industry standards.  DWB provides a benefits package and other incentives for employees, including; annual bonus, professional development, and other company sponsored events.

To apply, please email resume and cover letter to Jeff Beale at jbeale@dwbconsulting.ca.

DWB is seeking applications for Junior to Intermediate Environmental Professionals proficient in technical report writing and with previous monitoring experience to fill positions in our Lac La Hache office.

Candidates should have relevant formal education and a minimum of 3-5 years environmental-related experience, and must be able to thrive in demanding, fast-paced work environments. Current or eligibility for a relevant professional or technologist designation (e.g., RPBio, PBiol, PAg, though RBTech will be considered) is preferred. Experience with the following is considered an asset:

  • Environmental monitoring on construction projects
  • Environmental field assessments and surveys (fish/wildlife/wetland/vegetation/soils)
  • Technical report writing
  • Erosion and sediment control (ESC) plans
  • Construction Environmental Management Plans (CEMP)
  • Environmental Protection Plans (EPPs)
  • Understanding of environmental regulatory processes in BC
  • Liaising with clients and regulators
  • Conducting work in forestry, transportation, mining, and/or oil and gas sectors

In addition, the candidate should have strong organization skills, and effective relationship building skills with ability to work longer hours in a physically demanding environment, often with limited supervision. The candidate must also be comfortable with field work in remote locations and/or travel between offices.

This position is full time and available immediately, and will be based out of DWB’s Lac La Hache office, located in the Cariboo, and would be ideal for candidates residing in Williams Lake, 100 Mile House and surrounding areas. Salary to be commensurate with experience and industry standards. DWB provides a benefits package and other incentives for employees, including annual bonus, professional development, and other company sponsored events.

Please email resume with cover letter and references to:  rwonnacott@dwbconsulting.ca

Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

DWB is seeking applications for Environmental Monitors and Technicians in our Northern Divisions. Candidates interested in applying should have a minimum of 1-3 years’ experience in the forestry, environmental, mining, oil and gas, and/or transportation industries. In addition, the candidates will have a diploma or degree from an accredited environmental or biology program (equivalent experience and qualification will be considered).  Preference will be given to those with a professional designation (RPBio, PAg, RBTech, etc,) or eligibility to acquire a designation within 6 months.

The role may include:

  • Environmental monitoring on small and large scale construction projects
  • Water quality monitoring using digital readers and collections for lab analysis
  • Fish and Wildlife salvages
  • Development of environmental mitigation measures
  • Inspection, installation and maintenance of erosion and sediment control devices
  • Development and implementation of Environmental Management Plans
  • Installation and maintenance of stream diversions
  • Spill Response
  • Revegetation applications
  • Complete stream classification as per provincial standards.
  • Participate in survey crew to conduct fish sampling following a stringent protocol.
  • Maintain and clean field equipment.
  • Record neat and accurate data into field forms and/or desktop computers.
  • Technical report writing

Additional assets or skills that will be considered include:

  • Enrolled in Environmental or Biology related diploma or degree program
  • Valid class 5 driver’s licence
  • Electrofishing Certification
  • Swiftwater Rescue Technician Certification
  • ATV/UTV certification
  • Experience operating 4×4 vehicles off-highway
  • Basic field orientation skills (mapping, compass, GPS)
  • Understanding of environmental policy and regulatory processes in BC
  • Ability to walk 5-8 km per day in inclement weather on uneven and slippery surfaces.
  • Ability to lift up to 40 pounds repeatedly throughout the day, every work day.
  • Ability to operate a computer and various PC-based software programs.

These positions are seasonal to full time pending workloads and will start immediately. DWB offers a competitive salary and a benefits package.

Please submit cover letter and resume with references to the PG Environmental Manager: Jesse Laframboise at jlaframboise@dwbconsutling.ca.

Forestry Opportunities

DWB is seeking applications for Forestry Field Staff positions based out of our Williams Lake office. Positions are available starting immediately. As this is a field position, you must be ready to show your tough side. You will be working long hours in remote locations, often under adverse weather conditions, but you will learn a lot about yourself and how to work in a team environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 1 season of relevant experience is preferred; however, those without experience are still encouraged to apply
  • Willing to work in the field in camp settings
  • Works well on a team
  • Safe working mindset
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Preference will be given to those candidates eligible for registration with the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP) or working towards registration

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Block boundary and road layout
  • Timber reconnaissance
  • Timber cruising
  • Riparian assessments
  • Ecological data collection
  • GPS data collection and road traversing
  • Road upgrade surveys

DWB offers a competitive salary, travel allowance and a year end bonus. For full time, eligible employees, we also offer a health benefits package, moving allowance, professional association fee compensation and continuing education opportunities. DWB sponsors annual company trips for their full time employees including ocean fishing charters, Okanagan wine tasting tours, fly-in remote hunting trips and more!

Please email a resume (with references) and cover letter to the below email with “Williams Lake Field Staff” in the subject line.
Laura Kozak, RPF, RPBio
lkozak@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: October 7, 2022

DWB is seeking applications for 2 Forestry Project Manager positions in our Williams Lake office. These are full time positions managing full-phase cutting permit development projects. The positions will be a mix of field and office based work. The ideal candidate will be able to start as soon as possible.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in the field of forestry (experience can include layout, cruising, riparian, site plans or silviculture)
  • Willing to work both in the office and in the field
  • Safe working mindset
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Must be registered with the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP) or working towards registration
  • Experience supervising field crews and mentoring junior field staff will be considered an asset
  • Experience in multi-phase development projects will be considered an asset

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Managing project deliverables to clients and ensuring projects meet timeline expectations
  • Field work will include timber reconnaissance, site plan data collection, riparian assessments, visual impact assessments, species at risk assessments, and quality audits of various field work components
  • Office work will include developing pre-works, summarizing field data, report writing, creating site plans, completing appraisals, cutting permit submissions and other permitting as required.
  • Supervising and instructing field crews

Please email a resume (with references) and cover letter to the below email with
“Forestry Project Manager” in the subject line.
Laura Kozak, RPF, RPBio
lkozak@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: September 30, 2022

DWB is seeking applications for forestry field staff for the fall term. There may be opportunities to extend the term through the winter as workloads allow. These are field positions based out of the Prince George, Lac La Hache, Chetwynd and Burns Lake offices. Field work may be camp based. As this is a field position, you must be ready to show your tough side. You will be working long hours in remote locations often under adverse weather conditions, but you will learn a lot about yourself and how to work in a team environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 1 season of relevant experience is preferred however, those without experience are still encouraged to apply
  • Willing to work in the field in camp settings
  • Works well on a team
  • Safe working mindset
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Preference will be given to those candidates eligible for registration with the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP)

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Block boundary and road layout
  • Timber reconnaissance
  • Timber cruising
  • Riparian assessments
  • Ecological data collection
  • GPS data collection and road traversing
  • Engineered Cost Estimates

DWB offers a competitive salary, health benefits package and a moving allowance to assist with travel expenses (where applicable), as well as, an annual Christmas bonus. DWB covers the cost of annual professional dues and professional development courses for full time staff. DWB sponsors annual company trips for their staff including, fishing charters, hunting trips, wine tours and more!

Please email a resume (with references) and cover letter to the below email
with “Forest Technician” in the subject line.
Laura Kozak, RPF, RPBio lkozak@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: August 31, 2022

DWB is seeking applications for a forestry technician position. This is a full time, field position for work based out of Fort St James. Field work may be camp based. As this is a field position, you must be ready to show your tough side. You will be working long hours in remote locations often under adverse weather conditions, but you will learn a lot about yourself and how to work in a team environment. This position will offer the opportunity to work closely with an experienced technician who will offer mentorship and training in all aspects
of the work.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of 1-2 years of relevant experience is preferred; however, those with less experience are still encouraged to apply
  • Willing to work in the field in camp settings
  • Works well on a team
  • Safe working mindset
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Preference will be given to those candidates eligible for registration with the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP)

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Block boundary and road layout
  • Timber reconnaissance
  • Timber cruising
  • Riparian assessments
  • Ecological data collection
  • GPS data collection and road traversing
  • Engineered Cost Estimates
  • Assist in the preparation of final client deliverables

DWB offers a competitive salary, health benefits package and a moving allowance to assist with travel expenses (where applicable), as well as, an annual Christmas bonus. DWB covers the cost of annual professional dues and professional development courses for full time staff. DWB sponsors annual company trips for their staff including, fishing charters, hunting trips, wine
tours and more!

Please email a resume (with references) and cover letter to the below email
with “FSJ Field Technician” in the subject line.
Laura Kozak, RPF, RPBio lkozak@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: July 22, 2022

DWB is seeking applications for a forestry professional based out of our Cranbrook office. This is a full time position and will be a mix of field and office based work. This position is available immediately, however, the starting date is negotiable. The ability to periodically participate in environmental field programs will be considered an asset.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of 2 years of relevant experience in multi-phase development projects
  • Willing to work in both the office and in field camp settings
  • Experience supervising field crews and mentoring junior staff
  • Safe working mindset
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Preference will be given to those candidates eligible for registration with the Association of BC Forest Professionals (ABCFP)


RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Quality control; ensuring field work meets client standards and specifications
  • Managing project deliverables to clients and ensuring projects meet timeline expectations
  • Field work including timber reconnaissance, layout, timber cruising, site plan data collection, riparian assessments and quality audits
  • Liasing with MOF staff for field audits and appraisals, where required
  • Writing site plans
  • Cutting permit administration

DWB offers a competitive salary, health benefits package and a moving allowance to assist with travel expenses (where applicable). DWB also offers a year-end employee bonus subject to company policy, as well as, covers the cost of annual professional dues and professional development courses for full time staff. DWB sponsors annual company trips for their staff including, fishing charters, hunting trips, wine tours and more!

Please email a resume (with references) and cover letter to the below email with
“Forestry Professional” in the subject line.
Ryan Wonnacott, RPBio, CPESC – Environmental Manager, Southern Operations
rwonnacott@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: August 1, 2022

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