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@dwbconsulting.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

We are currently seeking applications for a full-time Civil Technologist with a minimum of 5 years practical experience in geometric designs and construction layout surveying. The successful candidate will have a Technical Diploma from an accredited institution and have a combination of both technical and field skills. A systematic understanding of field surveying concepts will be an asset.

DWB can offer you a great opportunity to grow your career in the field of Civil Engineering Technology. As this position has a field component, you must be ready to show your tough side. You will need to be prepared to work long hours in remote locations, in all weather conditions. The field work is physically and mentally demanding, but you will learn a lot about yourself and how to work in a team environment.

DWB offers a competitive salary, travel allowance and year end bonus for eligible employees. 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!

Hourly Rate: $28-$32 per hour; commensurate with experience

Requirements:

  • Proficient in design/construction surveying concepts, geometric designs, quality control, and general office procedures.
  • Field experience in resource surveying and construction.
  • Able to prioritize objectives and work varied hours.
  • Proficient written and verbal communication skills.
  • Reliable team member with good interpersonal skills and ability to make sound judgment calls.
  • Highly proficient in Civil3D/CADD processes & Microsoft Office.
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s license.

To apply, please email a resume (with references) and cover letter to the below email with “Civil Technologist” in the subject line.
Todd Wambolt, PEng
twambolt@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB is currently seeking applications for a full-time Civil CAD Technician with a minimum of 2-3 years practical experience in geometric designs.

The successful candidate will have a Technical Diploma from an accredited institution and have a combination of both technical and practical skills. A systematic understanding of field operation concepts and knowledge in survey and construction layout will be an asset.

DWB can offer you a great opportunity to grow your career in the field of Civil Engineering Technology. As this position has a field component, you must be ready to show your tough side. You will need to be prepared to work long hours in remote locations, in all weather conditions. The field work is physically and mentally demanding, but you will learn a lot about yourself and how to work in a team environment.

DWB offers a competitive salary, travel allowance and year end bonus for eligible employees. 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!

Hourly Rate: $25-$28 per hour; commensurate with experience

Requirements:

  • Proficient in Civil3D/CAD processes & Microsoft Office.
  • Desire to work in a team-oriented environment.
  • Able to prioritize objectives and work varied hours.
  • Proficient written and verbal communication skills.
  • Demonstrate good interpersonal skills and ability to make sound
    judgment calls.
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s license.

To apply, please email a resume (with references) and cover letter to the below email with “Civil CAD Technician” in the subject line.
Todd Wambolt, PEng
twambolt@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

Environmental Opportunities

DWB Consulting Services Ltd. (DWB) is seeking applicants for a full-time Project Manager/Environmental Professional (Biologist, Agrologist, Forester) position based out of our Cranbrook office. The ideal candidate will provide leadership, professional guidance and advice, and project management on a broad range of projects in a variety of market sectors and environmental disciplines. The role will be a mix of office and field work and the applicant should enjoy working collaboratively in a demanding, fast-paced environment that provides rewarding work opportunities.

DWB’s core values of Integrity, Community, Service, and Generosity underpin all we do, and we welcome diversity and inclusion in our workplace, so we are searching for experienced applicants who have a desire to be a part of a positive, like-minded team.

DWB also recognizes that our work occurs on treaty lands and within the traditional territories of many Indigenous Peoples. We have committed to developing meaningful relationships with Indigenous People, communities, and businesses through focused subcontractor procurement, business development, shared benefits, and community investment with Indigenous business partners.

Primary Location(s): Cranbrook, BC

Office or Field: Office and field. Flexible work schedule.

Travel: Some field work and travel are expected, but the majority of work will be in the beautiful East Kootenay Region of southeastern British Columbia.

Compensation: $30 – $42 / hr plus overtime, travel, professional dues, extended health, vision, dental and life insurance benefits, RRSP program and year-end bonus. Variation in salary is determined by factors such as qualifications, relevant years of experience, and prevailing market conditions for the specific role.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership, professional guidance and advice, and project management for a broad range of environmental projects in a variety of natural resource sectors.
  • Supervising, training, and mentoring junior team members.

Your education, training, and memberships:

  • Must be registered as a Registered Professional Biologist (RPBio) with the College of Applied Biology (CAB), or eligible for registration within one year, or be a similar BC-regulated environmental professional (i.e., PAg, RPF).

Your skills and experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years of demonstrated relevant work experience.
  • Effective relationship and networking skills to cultivate relationships with clients, First Nations, regulators, and team members.
  • Project management and organizational skills to coordinate and support team members and manage client expectations and project safety, budgets, and equipment.
  • Ability to review and prepare professional reports, study designs, and to develop project proposals and quotes.
  • Knowledge of environmental legislation and regulations in BC to ensure legal compliance, identify opportunities for improvement, and develop strategic solutions.
  • Enthusiasm for mentoring and training junior team members and supporting their professional development.
  • Desirable traits:
    • Willingness to present at seminars or conferences and for networking with other professionals and prospective clients.
    • Interest in working with other professionals and subject matter experts on multi-disciplinary projects.
    • A focus on results to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget.
    • Ability to adapt to changes throughout project life-cycles.

To Apply:

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume describing yourself and your experience. Via email: rwonnacott@dwbconsulting.ca

Please indicate the job title and location in your subject line.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: June 18, 2024

DWB is seeking applications for Construction Environmental Monitors and Environmental 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 with an emphasis on environmental management practices around construction sites.

DWB’s core values of Integrity, Community, and Service underpin all we do, and we welcome diversity and inclusion in our workplace, so we are searching for experienced applicants who have a desire to be a part of a positive, like-minded team

DWB has a culture that values and supports collaborative excellence and growth. We offer a competitive compensation package and pride ourselves on our community involvement, mentoring, and continuous professional development. DWB provides staff team-building events and sponsors annual company trips for their full-time employees including ocean fishing charters, Okanagan wine-tasting tours, fly-in remote hunting trips, and more!

Primary Location(s): Prince George and Fort St. John, BC

Office or Field: Office and field. Flexible work schedule.

Travel: Some field work and travel is expected. Varies by position

Compensation: Compensation varies by position, typically $25 – $45 / hr plus overtime, travel, professional dues, benefits, vacation pay, and year-end bonus. Variation in salary is determined by factors such as position sought, qualifications, professional status, relevant years of experience, and prevailing market conditions for the specific role.

Responsibilities:

  • 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.

Your education, training, and memberships:

  • Diploma, B.Sc or M.Sc in biology, natural resources, forestry or related field
  • Desirable asset:
    • Professional designation (R.PBio or RB.Tech, P.Ag, CPESC or equivalent) or eligibility within 6 months.

Your skills and experience:

  • Experience varies depending on the position, typically 1-3 years of demonstrated relevant work experience.
  • Effective relationship, communication, and networking skills to cultivate relationships with clients, regulators, team members, community members, and First Nations.
  • Record neat and accurate data into field forms and/or desktop computers.
  • Technical and scientific report writing
  • Basic understanding of applicable environmental legislation around protection of wildlife, fish and aquatic systems.
  • Ability to operate a computer and various PC-based software programs.

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).
  • 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.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume describing yourself and your experience via email: resumes@dwbconsulting.ca
Please indicate the job title and location in your subject line.

Only qualified candidates considered for this position will be contacted. For more opportunities, please check other DWB job listings.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB is seeking applications for Avian and Wildlife Ecologists 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 with an emphasis on avian ecology and management.

DWB’s core values of Integrity, Community, and Service underpin all we do, and we welcome diversity and inclusion in our workplace, so we are searching for experienced applicants who have a desire to be a part of a positive, like-minded team

DWB has a culture that values and supports collaborative excellence and growth. We offer a competitive compensation package and pride ourselves on our community involvement, mentoring, and continuous professional development. DWB provides staff team-building events and sponsors annual company trips for their full-time employees including ocean fishing charters, Okanagan wine-tasting tours, fly-in remote hunting trips, and more!

Primary Location(s): Prince George and Fort St. John, BC

Office or Field: Office and field. Flexible work schedule.

Travel: Some field work and travel is expected. Varies by position

Compensation: Compensation varies by position, typically $30 – $45 / hr plus overtime, travel, professional dues, benefits, vacation pay, and year-end bonus. Variation in salary is determined by factors such as position sought, qualifications, professional status, relevant years of experience, and prevailing market conditions for the specific role.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide field and office level assessment of avian or wildlife habitat, den sites and nests as well as leadership, professional guidance and advice to clients and internal staff.
  • Bird nest monitoring.
  • Identification of birds and wildlife visually and by calls.
  • Development and implementation of avian and wildlife management measures.
  • Development and implementation of study designs.
  • Contributing to environmental management plans and construction planning for small and large scale projects.
  • Supervising, training, and mentoring junior team members.

Your education, training, and memberships:

  • Diploma, B.Sc or M.Sc in biology or related field
  • Desirable asset:
    • Professional designation (R.PBio or RB.Tech or equivalent) or eligibility within 6 months.

Your skills and experience:

  • Experience varies depending on the position, typically 1-3 years of demonstrated relevant work experience.
  • Effective relationship, communication, and networking skills to cultivate relationships with clients, regulators, team members, community members, and First Nations.
  • Record neat and accurate data into field forms and/or desktop computers.
  • Technical and scientific report writing.

Additional assets or skills that will be considered include:

  • Basic understanding of applicable environmental legislation around protection of birds, wildlife and their nests and dens.
  • Other wildlife life history knowledge and survey experience.
  • Valid class 5 driver’s licence
  • Experience operating 4×4 vehicles off-highway
  • Basic field orientation skills (mapping, compass, GPS)
  • Ability to operate a computer and various PC-based software programs.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume describing yourself and your experience via email: resumes@dwbconsulting.ca
Please indicate the job title and location in your subject line.

Only qualified candidates considered for this position will be contacted. For more opportunities, please check other DWB job listings.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB Consulting Services Ltd. (DWB) is seeking applicants for a full-time Remediation & Reclamation Manager position based out of our Fort St. John office. The ideal candidate will develop new opportunities and lead a team in Site Assessment, Investigation, Remediation, and Reclamation activities. The role will be a mix of office (70%) and field (30%) work, and you should enjoy working collaboratively in a demanding and fast-paced environment that provides rewarding career development opportunities.

DWB’s core values of Integrity, Community, Service, and Generosity underpin all we do, and we welcome diversity and inclusion in our workplace.

DWB has a culture that values and supports collaborative excellence and growth. We offer a competitive compensation package and pride ourselves on our community involvement, mentoring, and continuous professional development. DWB provides staff team-building events and sponsors annual company trips for their full-time employees including ocean fishing charters, Okanagan wine-tasting tours, fly-in remote hunting trips, and more!

Primary Location(s): Fort St. John, BC

Office or Field: Office (70%) and field (30%). Flexible work schedule.

Travel: Some field work travel is expected.

Compensation: $50 – $65 plus benefits, professional dues, vacation, and year-end bonus. Variation in salary is determined by factors such as qualifications, relevant years of experience, and prevailing market conditions for the specific role.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead the remediation and reclamation team to successfully execute assessment, investigation, remediation, and reclamation of upstream oil and gas fields (well sites, facility sites, pipelines, etc.) in northern BC.
  • Manage and develop team members including project managers and senior professionals.
  • Enhance collaborative business relations with First Nations partner companies in all the phases of work.
  • Develop strategic proposals and budgets in support of growing clientele base.
  • Support project managers and senior professionals to design the career development program for junior and intermediate team members.

Your education, training, and memberships:

  • A relevant professional designation in good standing (e.g., RPBio, PBiol, PAg, RPF, P.Eng); willing to obtain the CSAP in three years (DWB will provide project opportunities in support of your endeavor).

Your skills, experience, and traits:

  • More than 10 years of experience in Site Assessment, Investigation, Remediation, and Reclamation, including at least three years of field experience in supervising upstream environmental drilling, groundwater sampling, and conducting reclamation soil and vegetation assessments.
  • Familiarity with the Oil and Gas Sector is an asset.
  • Effective social, communication, and networking skills to cultivate relationships with clients, regulators, First Nations, community members, and team members.
  • Project management and organizational skills to coordinate and support team members and to manage client portfolios.
  • Review of professional reports and work plans.
  • Preparation of project proposals and quotes.
  • Knowledge of environmental legislation in BC, including Environmental Management Act, Energy Resources Activities Act, Petroleum and Natural Gas Act, Land Act, Water Sustainability Act, and associated Regulations, Protocols, and technical guidance/guidelines/manuals.
  • Desirable traits:
    o Presenting at seminars or conferences and networking with prospective clients and other professionals.
    o Working with other professionals and subject matter experts on multi-disciplinary projects.
    o A focus on results to ensure projects are completed on time and budget.
    o Ability to adapt to changes throughout project life cycles.
    o Ability to work extended or flexible hours.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume describing yourself and your experience via email: resumes@dwbconsulting.ca
Please indicate the job title and location in your subject line.

Only qualified candidates considered for this position will be contacted. For more opportunities, please check other DWB job listings.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB Consulting Services Ltd. (DWB) is seeking applicants for a full-time Contaminated Sites specialist based out of one of our offices in Fort St. John, Cranbrook, Prince George, or Williams Lake. The ideal candidate will provide leadership, professional guidance and advice in site assessment and remediation, and project management on a broad range of projects in a variety of market sectors and environmental disciplines. The roles will be a mix of office and field work and you should enjoy working collaboratively in a demanding, fast-paced environment that provides rewarding work opportunities.

This position will be responsible for overseeing fundamental tasks related to Stage 1 and 2 Preliminary Site Investigations (PSIs), Phase 1 and 2 Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), detailed site investigation (DSI), and remediation. You will also provide professional support and advice to spill responses and chance-find contamination at construction sites.

DWB’s core values of Integrity, Community, Service, and Generosity underpin all we do, and we welcome diversity and inclusion in our workplace, so we are searching for experienced applicants who have a desire to be a part of a positive, like-minded team.

DWB has a culture that values and supports collaborative excellence and growth. We offer a competitive compensation package and pride ourselves on our community involvement, mentoring, and continuous professional development. DWB provides staff team-building events and sponsors annual company trips for their full-time employees including ocean fishing charters, Okanagan wine-tasting tours, fly-in remote hunting trips, and more!

Primary Location(s): May work out of one of the offices in Fort St. John, Cranbrook, Prince George, or Williams Lake.

Office or Field: Office and field. Flexible work schedule.

Travel: Some field work and travel is expected.

Compensation: Compensation varies by position, typically $37 – $45 / hr plus overtime, travel, professional dues, benefits, and year-end bonus. Variation in salary is determined by factors such as qualifications, relevant years of experience and skills, and professional standing.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership, professional guidance and advice, and project management for a broad range of contaminated site projects in a variety of natural resource sectors.
  • Supervise environmental drilling, remedial excavation, test pitting, and associated soil sample collection.
  • Supervise groundwater monitoring well installation.
  • Conduct groundwater monitoring and sampling
  • Conduct soil vapour sampling.
  • Conduct stockpile characterization.
  • Prepare report for the field activities, including Stage 1&2 PSIs/Phase 1&2 ESAs, DSIs, Remediation.
  • Supervise, train, and mentor junior team members.
  • Leadership in preparation of Quotations, Proposals, etc.

Your education, training, and memberships:

  • Current or eligibility within 1 year for a relevant professional designation (e.g., PGeo, PEng, PAg, etc.).
  • Currently are, or working towards eligibility for CSAP.

Your skills and experience:

  • 7+ years of experience, including at least three years of field experience in supervising environmental drilling, groundwater sampling, and soil vapour sampling.
  • Familiarity with a risk-based approach is an asset.
  • Knowledge of environmental legislation and regulations in BC including EMA and associated Regulations (e.g., CSR, HWR), Protocols, Technical Guidance, and BCWQGs..
  • Knowledge of federal environmental legislation (e.g., CCME CEQGs)
  • Effective relationship, communication, and networking skills to cultivate relationships with clients, regulators, First Nations, community members, and team members.
  • Project management and organizational skills to coordinate and support team members and manage client portfolios.
  • Review and preparation of professional reports, work plans, and project proposals and quotes.
  • Familiarity with the following is considered an asset:
    o Various Natural Resource sectors, especially Oil and Gas sector.
    o Environmental surveys (fish/wildlife/avian/wetland/vegetation/soils).
    o Reclamation.
    o Erosion and sediment control plans and implementation.
    o Mining exploration and mining operations.
  • Desirable traits:
    o Interest in presenting at seminars or conferences and networking with other professionals and prospective clients.
    o Interest in working with other professionals and subject matter experts on multi-disciplinary projects.
    o A focus on results to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget.
    o Ability to adapt to changes throughout project life-cycles.
    o Ability to work extended or flexible hours to match client requests.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume describing yourself and your experience via email: resumes@dwbconsulting.ca
Please indicate the job title and location in your subject line.

This is a senior position. Only those considered for the role will be contacted. For more employment opportunities with DWB please see our other job postings.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB is seeking applications for a full-time Project Coordinator for Indigenous Limited Partnerships in Williams Lake. The ideal candidate will provide leadership and project coordination on a broad range of environmental projects in a variety of natural resource sectors. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in working with Indigenous communities and businesses. The role will be a mix of office and field work and the applicant should enjoy working collaboratively in a demanding, fast-paced environment that provides rewarding work opportunities.

DWB’s core values of Integrity, Community, Service, and Generosity underpin all we do, and we welcome diversity and inclusion in our workplace, so we are searching for experienced applicants who have a desire to be a part of a positive, like-minded team.

DWB also recognizes that our work occurs on treaty lands and within the traditional territories of many Indigenous Peoples. We have committed to developing meaningful relationships with Indigenous People, communities, and businesses through focused subcontractor procurement, business development, shared benefits, and community investment with Indigenous business partners.

Primary Location(s): Williams Lake, BC

Office or Field: Office and field. Flexible work schedule.

Travel: Some field work and travel are expected. Varies by position.

Compensation: Compensation varies by position, typically $35 – $55 / hr plus overtime, travel, professional dues, benefits, and year-end bonus. Variation in salary is determined by factors such as position sought, qualifications, relevant years of experience, and prevailing market conditions for the specific role.

Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership and project coordination on a broad range of environmental projects in a variety of natural resource sectors working with Indigenous Partners and communities.
  • Supervising, training, and mentoring junior team members.

Your education, training, and memberships:

  • Current or eligibility within 1 year for a relevant professional designation (e.g., RPBio, PBiol, PAg, RPF, etc.) is an asset.

Your skills and experience:

  • Five years experience with Indigenous Communities & related businesses.
  • Knowledge of environmental and forestry regulatory processes in BC.
  • Familiarity with:
    • Liaising with Indigenous partners, clients, and regulators.
    • Supervising, training, and mentoring staff.
    • Preparation of proposals, cost estimates, and technical reports.
    • Preparation and delivery of presentations to communities, Nation partners, and clients.
    • Organization of community and partner events and outreach.
  • Desirable Traits:
    • Willingness to present at seminars or conferences and for networking with other professionals and prospective clients.
    • Interest in working with other professionals and subject matter experts on multi-disciplinary projects.
    • A focus on results to ensure projects are completed on time and on budget.
    • Ability to adapt to changes throughout project life-cycles.
    • Ability to work extended or flexible hours to match client requests.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume describing yourself, and your experience in confidence via email to: resumes@dwbconsulting.ca. Please indicate the job title and location in your subject line.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB is seeking applications for full-time Project Coordinators for several Indigenous Limited Partnerships. The ideal candidates will provide leadership and project coordination on a broad range of environmental projects in a variety of natural resource sectors. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in working with Indigenous communities and businesses. Must be able to thrive in a demanding, fast-paced environment that provides rewarding opportunities.

Primary Location(s): Prince George, BC or Williams Lake, BC

This position is office-based with periodic trips to our Indigenous Partner Nations. Some field work and travel are expected.

Wage or Salary Range: $25 – $35 / hr plus overtime, travel allowance, benefits and year-end bonus

Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership and project coordination on a broad range of environmental projects in a variety of natural resource sectors working with Indigenous Partners and communities.
  • Supervising, training, and mentoring staff.

Your education, training, and memberships:

  • Registered or eligible for and working towards registration, with one or more of the following: College of Applied Biology; BC Institute of Agrologists; Forest Professionals BC, Engineers and Geoscientists BC

Your skills and experience:

  • Approximately 5 years experience with Indigenous Communities & related businesses.
  • Knowledge of environmental and forestry regulatory processes in BC.
  • Familiarity with:
    • Liaising with Indigenous partners, clients, and regulators.
    • Supervising, training, and mentoring staff.
    • Preparation of proposals, cost estimates, and technical reports.
    • Preparation and delivery of presentations to communities, Nation partners, and clients.
    • Organization of community and partner events and outreach.
    • Environmental field assessments and surveys (fish/wildlife/wetland/vegetation/soils).
    • Erosion and sediment control plans and implementation.
    • Mining exploration and mining operations.
    • Environmental monitoring of various projects.

To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume describing yourself, and your experience in confidence via email to: resumes@dwbconsulting.ca. Please indicate the job title in your subject line.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

Forestry Opportunities

DWB is hiring! We are currently seeking applications for an intermediate Forest Technician or Junior Forester based out of our Prince George office. This position is available for immediate start. The pay range for this position is $24-$29 per hour.

DWB can offer you a solid foundation grow your forestry career. This position is field based, with a minor office component. You will be working long hours in remote locations, in all weather conditions. The work is physically and mentally demanding, but you will learn a lot about yourself and how to work in a team environment. We promise, working in the field will provide you with stories to share around many campfires!

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Two years of experience in forestry or a related field is preferred (experience can include layout, timber cruising, riparian, ecology or silviculture)
  • Experience supervising crews and mentoring junior field staff
  • Willing to work primarily in the field, in camp settings
  • Work well on a team
  • Safe working mindset
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license

YOUR ROLE:

  • Supervising field work completed by 2-4 junior technicians and summer students
  • Ensuring data collection and development is completed to client specific standards and company protocol including:
    o Block boundary and road layout
    o Timber cruising
    o Riparian assessments and ecological data collection
    o Safety
  • Preparation of block reports, and assistance with site plans and
    appraisal data submissions under the supervision of a senior forester

DWB offers a competitive salary, travel allowance and 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 “Intermediate Forestry Technician” in the subject line.

Laura Kozak, RPF, RPBio
lkozak@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB is hiring! We are currently seeking applications for all levels of Forest Technicians in our Williams Lake office. Positions are available for immediate start.

DWB can offer you a solid foundation to launch or grow your forestry career. As these are field positions, you must be ready to show your tough side. You will be working long hours in remote locations, in all weather conditions. The work is physically and mentally demanding, but you will learn a lot about yourself and how to work in a team environment. We promise, working in the field will provide you with stories to share around many campfires!

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • No experience is necessary to apply; however, applicants with relevant experience will be considered for higher level positions:
    o Junior Technician (0-3 years experience) $20-$24/hour
    o Technician (3-10 years experience) $24-$29/hour
    o Senior Technician (10+ years experience) $28-$34/hour
  • Passion for working outdoors
  • Work well on a team
  • Safe working mindset
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license

YOUR ROLE:

  • 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, travel allowance and 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 Forestry Technician” in the subject line.
Brandon Hilstad
bhilstad@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

Mapping Opportunities

Other Opportunities

DWB is hiring! We are currently seeking applications for a full time, Human Resources Generalist to support HR needs in our operations throughout BC. This position will be based out of our Prince George office and is available for immediate start. The pay range for this position is $25-$35/hr, pay will be commensurate with education, knowledge and experience.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or diploma in HR, Business Administration or Psychology; membership as a Chartered Professional in BC (CPHR) is preferred, but not required
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in HR or relevant field
  • Knowledge of BC Employment Standards, Laws and Regulations
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion and professionalism
  • Experience with HR Information Systems (HRIS) and other HR-related software is beneficial.
  • Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Foster a positive company culture that aligns with our corporate values of Integrity, Service, Generosity and Community

YOUR ROLE:

  • Manage and conduct employee recruitment, on-boarding, training programs and HR database for all departments and offices across BC
  • Report directly to DWB’s HR Manager. Work closely with DWB’s Safety Officer, Managers and Payroll department
  • Handle employee relations matters. Lead HR projects and initiatives pertaining to recruitment and corporate showcasing
  • Organize and participate in company trade shows and company events some of which may involve travel
  • Work closely with our corporate managers and marketing team to develop and update corporate recruitment materials

DWB offers a competitive salary and year end bonus. For full time, eligible employees, we also offer a health benefits package, moving
allowance, professional association fee compensation and annual professional development opportunities. DWB sponsors annual company events such as our golf day and Christmas banquet along with trips for our full time employees! DWB also supports many community events.

With “HR Professional” in the subject line, email a cover letter and resume (with references) to:
HR Manager
pgoffice@dwbconsulting.ca
DWB would like to thank all those that apply but will only be contacting those candidates who are short-listed for an interview.

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

DWB is seeking applications for a temporary full time IT Support Technician to provide level 1 and 2 end user support. The successful candidate will provide on-site problem determination and resolution of staff equipment in accordance with Standard Operating procedures. The term for this position is June-Dec, 2024 and the pay range is $25-$30/hr.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Post Secondary educational background in Computer Science/ IT. IT and hardware related certificates are an asset
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in a similar IT support role
  • Proficient in troubleshooting hardware and software issues
  • Familiarity with networking concepts (TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP, VPN)
  • Understanding of cybersecurity best practices and implementation
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong problem solving skills and able to work independently or on a team
  • Able to prioritize tasks and mange time effectively in a fast pace environment
  • Strong knowledge of Windows 10 &11, Networking and Intranet, Microsoft 365, Active Directory and Computer hardware

YOUR ROLE INCLUDES:

  • Break-fix support for laptops, desktops, tablets and associated hardware
  • Support for Windows, base load software, MS Office Suite and other business applications
  • New laptop, desktop and tablet computer deployments and inventory management
  • Support for imaging devices, including printers and MFD
  • Troubleshoot for hardware and software issues; identify and implement resolutions
  • Installation, configuration and upgrade of IT equipment and software
  • Monitor and maintain network infrastructure (ie. switches, firewalls, etc.)
  • Assist with planning and implementing IT projects for end users (migrations and hardware deployments)
  • Implement cybersecurity measures to protect client data and systems
  • Perform routine maintenance, system updates, and data backups

DWB offers a competitive salary and year end bonus. For full time, eligible employees, we also offer a health benefits package, moving
allowance, professional association fee compensation and annual professional development opportunities. DWB sponsors annual company events such as our golf day and Christmas banquet along with trips for our full time employees! DWB also supports many community events.

With “IT Technician” in the subject line, email a cover letter and resume (with references) to:
Sean Gibson, IT Manager
sgibson@dwbconsulting.ca

Closing Date for receipt of resumes: Open until filled.

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