Duties: The Forest Resource Analyst conducts an annual industry survey and publishes an annual timber harvest and utilization report; analyzes FIA tables and forest resource data; works with property tax division of the Texas Comptroller's office; conducts timber and biomass supply and availability studies; conducts market studies for Texas wood products industry; supervises Forest Economist Geospatial Analyst, and Wood Utilization Specialist.
Education: Minimum of PhD in forestry with training in forest resource analysis, database management, and computer training.
Experience: Minimum of three years experience in forest resource analysis. Five years of experience in forest biometrics and forest resource analysis preferred.
Other: Must have or be able to acquire a valid State of Texas drivers license within 30 days of employment and have a driving record that meets agency requirements.
Interested individuals are encouraged to view full job requirements and apply at http://greatjobs.tamu.edu. The Texas A&M Forest Service is a member of The Texas A&M University System is committed to excellence through diversity. AAP/EEO
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