Do you thrive in a dynamic and challenging environment with opportunities for continuous growth and development?

When you join the Teal-Jones Group, you are joining a leader in the industry.  The entrepreneurial spirit embedded throughout The Teal-Jones Group of companies started more than 60 years ago and today the company prides itself as being the largest privately held forest products company operating on the West Coast of Canada.  We have built our success and continue to grow.

We provide a dynamic environment with competitive compensation.  We encourage innovation and growth in a fast paced environment.


  • A competitive wage and benefits program;
  • A commitment to safety standards;
  • A collaborative and respectful work environment.


Become a part of our team by sending your cover letter and resume to:

We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please check in often for position vacancies.  Or, send us your resume.  We review all resumes we receive.  Thank you!

~ Divisional Forester ~

We are currently recruiting for the position of Divisional Forester at our Fraser Valley Division.


Primary duties will include:

  • Implementation and administration of the Forest Stewardship Plan for the Division’s Forest Licence and Timber Licence;
  • Organizing all silviculture activities in the Fraser Valley Division;
  • Co-ordinate silviculture activities in the Company’s Coastal Operations;
  • Prepare Forestry Budgets and Silviculture Accruals.
  • Provide liaison with First Nations, Government Agencies, and Special Interest Groups;
  • Assist in the preparation and review of Cutting Permit applications, Site Plans, and Logging Plans and other projects required to meet the Company’s production objectives;
  • Organize Planting, Sowing, Brushing, Silviculture Surveys, Road Deactivation and Waste and Residue programs at the Fraser Valley Division;
  • Co-ordinate the Company’s Corporate Management System and Safety Management System for Forestry Activities in the Fraser Valley Division.


The following qualifications are considered necessary to effectively undertake this position:

  • Currently registered with the Association of BC Forest Professionals as a Professional Forester (RPF) or Forest Technologist (RFT);
  • Familiarity with the Legislation and Regulations governing forest practices in BC;
  • Background in forestry planning, coastal engineering and silviculture operations;
  • Competent with basic computer applications with a working knowledge of RESULTS, PHOENIX, SPAR, and ESF;
  • Working knowledge of Commercial Contract preparation and implementation;
  • Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, be self directed, and motivated, with the ability to organize and direct projects and personnel;
  • Have a class 5 driver’s license.


If you are a Registered Professional Forester or a Registered Forest Technologist who will enjoy a highly challenging career, please forward your resume to the attention of Mr. John Pichugin, RPF by e-mail at

 ~ GIS Co-ordinator ~


This position will report to the Manager of Forestry and Engineering and will work out of our head office, located in Surrey, B.C.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Generate composite maps displaying planned activities through the compilation of various geospatial datasets.
  • Provide integrated GIS solutions and support to all company forestry activities and ongoing projects.
  • Develop and update geographic information systems by harmonizing digital mapping information.
  • Provide ongoing documentation, improvements, maintenance and auditing of GIS/mapping processes.
  • Manage operational and landscape level data, geodatabases, data integrity and data security.
  • Submit spatial data to MFLNRO for operational permitting and reporting.


The following qualifications are considered necessary to effectively undertake this position:

  • Advanced diploma in GIS, Geomatics and/or related Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS 9.x.
  • Must be a self-starter and able to work independently, and problem solve.
  • Must also be detail-oriented and have strong oral and written communication skills.

The following skills though not necessary would be considered an asset:

  • Experience with LRDW and common B.C. Govt. datasets (TRIM, VRI, DRA, etc.).
  • Working knowledge of operational forestry and other natural resource-based mapping.
  • Experience with FME, XML, and B.C. Government Electronic Submission (ESF) Framework.
  • Experience with Microstation, RoadEng and/or AutoCad.
  • Experience with Phoenix Professional – Forest Activity and Obligation Tracking System.