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A. General Member Information
1. What is you employment status?
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Full time position Part time position Temporary Assignments Student Self employed consultant Unemployed
2. What forest region do you currently reside?
3. What was your annual salary as of July 1, 2003 excluding bonuses and fringe benefits?
What is your job title? 9. µ µ µ Bachelor’s degree in Forestry. Allied Science or completed pupil program Master’s degree Doctorate degree 11.5 Years 2 Years 3 Years 4 Years 5 Years 6 Years 7-8 Years 9-10 Years τ . Take your count o the nearest whole or half year. -Select OneLess than 1 year 1 Year 1. Your Education Please rate your highest (or nearest) equivalent university qualification in a forestry discipline. Your Experience Please rate the number of years in which you have been engaged in full time. permanent forestry work and/or in work wherein a forestry background has been a distinct asset.7.
Difficult. analyses.11-12 Years 13-15 Years 15-17 Years 18-20 Years 21-24 Years 25+ Years 11. µ F) My recommendations. interpretations and conclusions. use the category that falls in-between. µ E) I make independent studies. decisions and commitments are in-between C & E. complex or unusual matters or decisions are usually referred to more senior authority. µ G) My recommendations are reviewed for soundness of judgment but usually . decisions and commitments are in-between A & C. µ C) My recommendations are limited to the solution of the problem rather than end results. Decisions and Commitments Under this factor. If you cannot decide between two adjoining categories. select the category that fits your job most appropriately. µ A) I make few technical decisions and when I do they are of a routine nature with ample precedent or clearly defined procedures as guidance. Your Recommendations. decisions and commitments are inbetween E & G. My decisions made are normally within established guidelines. µ B) My recommendations. µ D) My recommendations.
accepted as technically accurate and feasible µ H) My recommendations. except those involving large sums of money or long-range . decisions and commitments are in-between G & I µ I) I make responsible decisions not usually subject to technical review. on all matters assigned.
decisions and commitments are in-between K & M. including the establishment of policies and expenditures of large sums of money and/or implementation of major programs. I keep management associates informed of all matters of significant importance. µ D) I may give technical guidance to foresters of less standing or technicians . decisions and commitments are in-between I & K. µ B) I may assign and check work of one to five technicians or helpers. µ K) I make responsible decisions on all matters. I takes courses of action necessary to expedite the successful accomplishment of assigned projects. Leadership Authority and/or Supervision Exercised This factor is concerned with the character of the supervisory responsibility. Select the category that fits your job most appropriately. µ C) I may give technical guidance to one or two junior foresters or technicians assigned to work on a common project. µ M) I am responsible for long-range planning. 13.) µ L) My recommendations. This may be direct (line) or indirect (staff). µ J) My recommendations. subject only to overall policy and financial controls. co-ordination and making specific and far-reaching management decisions. µ A) I have no supervisory role.objectives.
training. Supervision over other foresters not usually a regular or continuing responsibility. discipline and remuneration of staff. . I select. µ E) I assign and outline work. schedule and co-ordinate to attain program objectives. µ G) I review and evaluate technical work. µ F) I outline more difficult problems and methods of approach. rating. training. reviews work for technical accuracy and adequacy. discipline and remuneration of staff. training. rating and discipline of staff.assigned to work on a common project. and contact with the work force is normally through such levels rather than direct. Supervision may call for recommendations concerning selection. µ H) I give administrative direction to subordinate supervision. and/or or as an administrator makes decisions concerning selection. advises on technical problems. I generally make recommendations as to the selection. Co-ordinates work programs and direct use of equipment and material.
µ A) Office and comparable conditions. Job Environment Select the factor that describes most closely the conditions under which your work is normally carried out. Your Supervision Scope -Select OneZero employees supervised 1 employee 2-3 employees 4-7 employees 8-13 employees 14-20 employees 21-30 employees 31-40 employees 41-50 employees 51-75 employees 76-100 employees 101-200 employees 210-400 employees 401-750 employees 751-1200 employees 1201-2000 employees Over 2000 employees τ 16. µ B) Field and office work close to base so that field days can be selected.14. .
µ D) Some camping out and continuous field work. 19.µ C) Field work under all weather conditions. 18. Your Absence From Base of Operations Under this factor. select the grade that describes most closely the demands of your job for traveling and being absent from your base of operations. µ D) Camp with married quarters and schools. µ A) I am seldom absent. µ A) Established community with complete facilities. . µ B) Small community lacking full range of facilities µ C) Small isolated community. µ E) Continuous camping out under severe disagreeable conditions. µ E) Isolated camp with limited married quarters. Your Place of Residence Select the grade that describes most accurately your place of residence.
µ B) I am occasionally absent. sometimes . perhaps a day a week on average. commonly for a couple of days a week. C) I am frequently absent.
with considerable travel. (20 Points) 21.µ longer. (10 Points) µ D) I am absent more than 50 percent of the time. (15 Points) µ E) I am absent for long periods from base of operations and/or travel on an almost continuous basis. Your Fringe Benefits Check items wholly or partially paid for by your employer or fill in number where required: Benefits Medical plan Dental plan Visioncare Extended health benefits Life insurance Dependant Life Insurance Long Term Disability insurance Accidental Death & Dismemberment Pension plan Production bonus or profit sharing Professional development ABCPF annual fee ABCPF AGM expense ABCPF AGM spouse expense paid Vehicle use to and from work Vehicle full personal use Yes ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ No ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ Partial ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ . with much travel. sometimes including weekends.
on average? Specify: . What is you overtime procedure? µ µ µ µ No compensation Straight time off in lieu of payment Overtime pay (1½ or 2 times) Bonus in lieu of direct compensation 23.Employment covered by collective agreement ∝ ∝ ∝ 22. How many actual hours per week do you work. How many weeks of per year do you get vacation? Specify: 24. How many official hours per week do you work? Specify: 25.
Please describe any other benefits that you may receive. Potential Member Benefits The ABCPF presently offers a number of benefit programs (professional liability insurance. etc. Extended Health Care e. Vision care g. Long term Disability h. Dependant Life Insurance c. Dental f. Specify: C. please specify its importance to you. Life Insurance b. For each of the benefits listed below. please specify: ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ Not Very Important ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ Not Applicable ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ a. Insurance/Health Benefits Very Important Somewhat Important ∝ ∝ ∝ Not Very Important ∝ ∝ ∝ Not Applicable ∝ ∝ ∝ a. Group RESP c. Other Benefits ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ Very Important ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ Somewhat Important ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ If yes. 27. Group RRSP b. Critical Illness 28. Group Banking d.26. Discount Car Rental ∝ ∝ ∝ ∝ 29.) but wishes to know if members are interested in others. cellular phone plans. Accidental Death & Dismemberment d. Would you like to add any benefits to the .
Dependents: µ µ µ 1 2 3 or more .list? The following is related to insurance/health benefits above and obtaining this information is necessary if the association were to proceed with such a program. Marriage Status µ µ Single Married (including common law) 32. Only complete if you have an interest in such a program. Date Of Birth (DD/MM/YR) 31. 30.
Current GroupCoverage (where?): µ µ µ µ Empl Plan Dental under spousal plan Other None .33.
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