$3,567 - $4,498 yearly
  • Tehama, CA, USA
  • Jan 13, 2021
Full time Admin-Clerical Government Strategy-Planning Logistics

Job Description

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Forestry Logistics Officer I

This is the entry and journey level in the class series. Incumbents are responsible for planning, organizing, and managing the logistical operations either (1) within a ranger unit, under the direction of a State Forest Ranger II, or (2) at region headquarters, assisting in the management of the logistics operations.

Minimum Qualifications

All Levels:

Possession of a valid California driver's license of the appropriate class issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Applicants who do not possess the license will be admitted into the examination but must secure the license prior to appointment.

Forestry Logistics Officer I

Either I


One year of experience as a Materials and Stores Specialist in a business services assignment performing procurement, supply, redistribution, and inventory accounting duties.



Three years of logistical operations experience performing purchasing, requisition, receipt, storage, and redistribution of supplies and the inventory control duties, or a combination of these duties. (Experience in�the California state service applied toward this requirement must include one year performing the duties of a class with a level of responsibility not less than that of Materials and Stores Specialist.)

Knowledge and Abilities

All Levels:

Knowledge of: Procurement methods, regulations, and procedures including writing specifications; inventory and accountability methods/practices; equipment used in storing, caring for and distributing provisions, supplies, and equipment, including the keeping and receiving of inventory and distribution records; incident command system structure; fire department terminology; State traffic management procedures and regulations; characteristics and types of materials, supplies, and equipment suitable to meet the needs of a large governmental agency; methods and practices used in recording, inspecting, maintaining, issuing, taking and recording inventory; accounting for and disposing of property; and operation of material handling equipment, office equipment and computer terminals.


Ability to: Read and write English and communicate at a level required for successful job performance; develop procurement standards and specifications including preparing service agreements and contracts; forecast future needs and costs of supplies, services, and equipment; work independently; plan, organize, direct and evaluate work of others; management and inventory accountability system of scattered and diverse property; reconcile inventories and control accounts; inspect, determine condition of, and recommend proper disposition of property; analyze situations accurately and take effective action; and operate forklifts and other motorized equipment/vehicles.

Forestry Logistics Officer II

Knowledge of: All of the above, and Department's Affirmative Action Program objectives; a supervisor's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.


Ability to: All of the above, and effectively contribute to the Department's affirmative action objectives.

Additional Desirable Qualifications

All Levels:

Education equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade; completion of college-level work in the fields of accounting, business administration and/or fire science; logistics experience in an emergency response organization; willingness to perform heavy lifting; work long irregular hours; travel throughout the State for extended periods; only mildly susceptible to poison oak.



Arne Eastlund


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