At ABP, you'll progress your career in an environment that’s inclusive, innovative and respectful of people and nature, in line with our core values.

Why choose ABP?

A truly inclusive workplace

Thrive in a team where diversity fuels strength, alongside colleagues who support your growth.

We encourage people of all backgrounds to explore career opportunities with ABP.

Safety first  always

At ABP, we make safety our mindset.

That means you can always trust us to manage risks, enforce policies and foster a culture of prevention, accountability and continuous improvement.

Teamwork with autonomy

Collaboration is a cornerstone of the way we work. So you’ll never be left alone to solve a problem.

But you’ll have plenty of room for autonomy, too – with ample opportunity to showcase your unique strengths.

At the forefront of forestry innovation

If balancing economic, environmental and social outcomes matters to you, you’ll be in good company at ABP.

You’ll be part of our vision to embed innovation in every stage of our supply chain – and pioneer programs to conserve cultural heritage and our environment.

Ready to join us?

If you’re suitably qualified in forestry or a related field, we’d love to welcome you to ABP. Vacancies will be advertised here as they become available.

Senior Harvest Forester – Albany WA


 We are seeking an experienced and driven Senior Forester with the ambition and potential to advance into management roles. You’ll be instrumental in roading and harvest planning, overseeing contractors to meet our objectives while ensuring compliance with ABP standards, as well as regulatory and FSC requirements. Your passion for integrating technology into forestry is as strong as your proficiency.

Responsibilities include:

  • Actively promoting safe behaviours and attitudes among staff, contractors, and visitors.
  • Managing harvest roading contractors on a daily basis to ensure compliance with safety, environmental, and legislative requirements.
  • Conducting harvest planning and ensuring adherence to the planned schedule developed in collaboration with the Harvesting Manager.
  • Providing coverage for the Harvest Manager during their absence.
  • Supervising harvest operations to meet production targets while maintaining quality.
  • Developing Timber Harvest Plans.
  • Conducting and overseeing plantation inductions and record-keeping.
  • Collaborating with contractors to solve challenges and ensure sufficient resources are available to meet daily volume targets.
  • Managing processes and procedures to ensure quality service provision.
  • Contributing to personal and team professional performance and development.
  • Adopting a holistic approach to operations to maximise results for ABP.

Qualifications and experience

  • Formal qualifications in forestry, agriculture, or a related discipline preferred.
  • Forestry experience, harvesting preferred. Roading, agriculture experience will be considered.
  • Previous experience supervising contractors.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team and ability to motivate others.
  • Results-oriented mindset to meet deadlines.
  • Strong people and communication skills to confidently interact with contractors stakeholders, local government, and staff, effectively conveying ideas.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft software packages, especially Excel.
  • Open minded, with willingness to embrace new technology.
  • A manual car driver’s license.

Preferred, but not essential:

  • Previous experience supervising direct reports.
  • Experience in firefighting and fire truck drivers’ licence.
  • Experience working to strict certification standards.

 To submit your application please email

Applications Close:  17 May 2024

Don’t see anything suitable? Please send an expression of interest, including your resumé, to