We train and promote from within
Excellent low-cost health benefits
Retirement plan with employer-paid contributions
Paid vacation and 10 holidays
This position is responsible for coordinating timber-related land uses and activities, including haul routes, tail holds, rights-of-way, easements, leases, and permits.
About The Position
Coordinate government road access agreements, reciprocal right-of-way programs, and ensure harvest units have appropriate legal access
Review, research, and maintain land records including title reports, historic ownership, and interpretation of land surveys
Assist with daily access needs for effective business functions, including verifying legal rights, gates, locks, keys, notifications, and permissions
Work with internal groups to negotiate and administer forest land use agreements
Assist in local land and timber acquisitions, disposals, and exchanges
Maintain land records with appropriate file documentation and continual record management
Review, report, and monitor compliance for real estate matters
Resolve land use issues through research and analysis, including ownership disputes, trespasses, condemnation actions, and damage claims
Assist Company in maintaining positive relations with government agencies and neighboring land owners
General clerical and administrative support
Local travel to deliver and/or pick up documents
Two years’ experience working with legal land descriptions, real property documents, and/or road access agreements
Understanding of real estate matters and land use agreements, with experience in related reporting and compliance monitoring
Advanced experience in Microsoft Suite of products (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Working knowledge of ESRI ArcMap Geographic Information System software, preferred
Knowledge of Forestry operations and procedures, preferred
Current Notary license, or ability to obtain within 6 months
Strong organizational, mathematical and analytical skills
Proven ability to resolve problems, meet deadlines and effectively multi-task
Excellent negotiation, conflict resolution, communication skills
Understand and appropriately use discretion with sensitive and confidential information
Why Join Our Team?
Because this is more than an invitation, it's a commitment to offer opportunities for personal and professional growth to everyone! We ask people to grow with us and make the company even better.
We provide an excellent benefit package including a full Health Benefits Plan (including medical, dental, and vision) with low-cost premiums, a 401(k) with Company Match, additional Retirement Contributions, and company-paid Life Insurance. Every year since 1979, the Sierra Pacific Foundation has provided an average of $500,000 in scholarships to help the children of our crew members with education expenses.
How To Apply
If you are qualified and would like to join our team,
please send a cover letter referencing this position and a resume to:
Sierra Pacific Industries
PO Box 496011
Redding, CA 96049
or apply online and view all our career opportunities at: spi.careers
Sierra Pacific is an (EOE) Equal Opportunity Employer, including those with a disability and veterans.
About Our Company
Sierra Pacific Industries started in 1949 and has grown to be one of the largest lumber and millwork producers in the U.S., employing more than 6,000 crew members. Sierra Pacific continues to be a company where its employees are proud to work at state-of-the-art facilities and others strive to become part of the team.
We are a third generation family-owned company based in Northern California. Sierra Pacific owns and sustainably manages more than 2.4 million acres of timberland in California and Washington. We are growing forests for our future, planting over 6 million new trees every year. Our forests are managed under a 100-year plan by Registered Professional Foresters, Wildlife Biologists, Botanists, and other professionals.
Sierra Pacific effectively uses nearly 100% of every piece of wood we bring to our facilities. In fact, any small amount that isn't turned into hand-crafted doors and windows, millwork, lumber, or landscaping material is actually converted into electricity in our seven biomass-fueled power plants.
We are proud that all Sierra Pacific facilities follow our drug-free and tobacco-free policies. As part of our safety in the workplace policy, an offer of employment is subject to a negative drug screen result. We use E-verify to verify the social security number and work authorization of all newly hired employees. Sierra Pacific is an (EOE) Equal Opportunity Employer, including those with a disability and veterans.