Bachelor of Science: Forest Engineering,
Current Oregon State University - Corvallis,
Oregon Forest Engineering Awarded Autzen Foundation Scholarship
*Awarded Ten Eyck Forest Engineering Scholarship
*Society of American Foresters
*Xi Sigma Pi, National Forestry honor society
Engineering Specialist 1, 06/2016
to 09/2016 Oregon Department of Forestry – Springfield Oregon
Obtained Fire Fighter Type 2 (FFT2) certification
Performed road quality surveys to determine work required before timber sales can happen.
Determined culvert rating on a 1-5 scale, estimated fill depth, noted any issues the head engineers would need to know to appropriately cost the construction.
Use of paper and digital maps, gps navigation and creation of points.
Safe use of government vehicles.
Worked independently and on a team to complete tasks ahead of schedule.
Independently determined geographic flow of work depending on conditions to ensure proper use of time and resources.
Biomass Technician, 06/2015 OSU Biometrics Lab – Corvallis,
Standing and downed tree measurements Biomass quantification Tree falling and chainsaw maintenance Data entry Worked in teams and independently.
Forest Engineer Intern, 06/2014
to 09/2014 Lone Rock Timber – Roseburg,
Drive vibratory compactor to aid in road construction.
Flagging unit and property boundaries and stream buffers.
Assisting survey crew to locate boundaries using a Total Station.
Seed and mulch newly constructed roads.
Orchard Maintenance Assistant, 08/2012
to 01/2013 Thomas Paine Farms – Kings Valley,
Orchard Maintenance and Upkeep Fruit tree health monitoring, and pruning Planting trees and harvesting fruit Brush, weed, and pest control Irrigation maintenance and setup Stream washout restoration and prevention.
Assisted clients over the phone with technical problems.
Performed repairs and re-formats on PCs and Macs.
Assisted with billing, collections, accounts receivable, register.
Team player but also very independent
Hard worker that takes pride in what I do
GPS and map use (paper and digital)
Basic road design principles
Fish passage culvert design principles
Wildland Firefighter Type 2
GIS Certificate (upon Graduation)
Will take and pass Fundamentals of Engineering and the Fundamentals of Surveying tests (upon graduation)
Volunteer experience with Habitat for Humanity, Red Cross, Special Olympics Oregon, Society of American Foresters and Oregon State Parks. Currently OSU-SAF Communications & Public Relations officer and youth mentor at local church.