Tasks & Responsibilities
  • 01
    Establishing and tending the forest area;
  • 02
    Locating trees to be felled and estimating the volume of timber;
  • 03
    Trimming, topping and felling trees and sawing them into logs;
  • 04
    Shaping rough wooden products from logs at felling site;
  • 05
    Grading logs;
  • 06
    Supervising logging work, conducting block surveys, grid lines, measurement, topography and tree census;
  • 07
    Teaching trainees to handle and maintain heavy machinery for logging, technique to build timber roads and to extract timber from the jungle;
  • 08
    Regulating forest development work, operations, enforcement of factories and encroachment of recreational forests; and
  • 09
    Performing related tasks.

What are the skills required?

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Field of Study Required
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Management and administration
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