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Resource Manager

BTG Pactual

BTG Pactual

Remote · United States · Louisiana, USA
Posted on Saturday, May 13, 2023


The Lead Forester is responsible for assisting with planning, coordinating, and executing timberland management and forest operations in Northwest Louisiana and owned by Caddo Sustainable Timberlands. The position will closely collaborate with the Region Manager and TTG Forestry Services staff to provide exceptional client services and drive asset value through implementation of science-based forest management practices and stewardship, optimization of timber deliveries, productive stakeholder relationships, and quality analytics and reporting.


  • Participate in the region’s timber sales program, including development of annual harvest plans and execution of fiber supply agreements, committed volume agreements, and stumpage sales
  • Execute the region’s harvesting operations, including budgeting, planning, harvest delineation, utilization, merchandizing, contractor supervision, a timber security
  • Execute the region’s silviculture operations, including site preparation, planting, pre-commercial thinning, thinning, mid-rotation treatments, forest health treatments, and BMP compliance
  • Collaborate in the implementation of a cost-effective, proactive infrastructure maintenance program that addresses safety, efficiency, and year-round access to the timberland asset
  • Assist with ad valorem tax evaluation and administration, recreational license program administration, maintenance of land records data, and all other asset administration programs
  • Execute the region’s maintenance, population, and use of an enterprise-level information management system that includes spatial
  • and tabular attribute and activity data related to the timberland asset
  • Actively engage in TTG FS’s environmental, social, and governance program that includes safety, stewardship, sustainability, conversation, industry advocacy and community relations


  • Bachelor’s Degree in forestry or closely related field
  • Zero to five years of relevant industry experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current silviculture science and practices, harvesting practices, soils science, infrastructure maintenance
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Proven networking skills
  • Project management, critical thinking, business acumen, and entrepreneurial aptitude
  • Demonstrated planning, time management, and organizational skills
  • Strong technical and analytical aptitude
  • Strong commitment to stewardship, sustainability, and ESG principles