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Our Team of Professionals

Our Team of Professionals

works hard to maintain the beauty, serenity and function of natural environments through providing consultation, management and conservation expertise to clients throughout the United States. Our mission, “Inspire Forestry” is shared by all within our teams and embodied in our vison as recognized leaders in providing a balanced approach to natural resource management for our communities and the environment for landowners large, small, private and public. We achieve this through expertise in forestry, ecology, fire, training & mentoring, planning, and innovative applications of technology. The long-term relationships we enjoy with our clients as well as within our team of professionals are built on a culture that supplies us with supportive leadership and a sustainable view of natural resources.

Northwest Management Inc provides balanced solutions, technical staffing, and professional services to manage the challenges facing today’s forests and wildlands. We value the high-level results gained through cooperation of landowners, consultants, industry leaders, academics, Tribal nations, and local governments. We believe sustainable solutions are achieved only through effectively balancing environmental, social, and economic values.

Our inspiration as leaders in applied forestry, forest technologies, and environmental management comes from more than 40 years of experience in the field, a well-established team of resource professionals, the use of cutting-edge technology, and our ability to provide accurate and high-quality services for every project, no matter the size.

Growing for the Future

Growing for the Future

Northwest Management, Inc. has enjoyed a long history of teamwork and staff who enjoy the work they do and the clients they serve. Since being founded from a home office in 1984 the leadership of NMI have instilled a culture of team support, innovation, quality, service and delivery within every aspect of the company. Today the culture of NMI remains one of support, teamwork, and focus on client services across a diversity of disciplines. Professional development of staff and requested input, known internally as “leadership from where you are”, is part of this foundation and encouraged from every position. Our company’s operational-mentorship program takes our culture one step further, consisting of a structured 1-to-3-year program focused on the development of specialized professional skills such as Biometrics, Harvest Operations, GIS/Spatial Analytics, or Technical Writing and more. These programs focus on core academic knowledge, technical skills, and operational applications measured by demonstrated performance, motivation, and professional successes that help the NMI team achieve strategic successes centered on exemplary client service. 

Join Our Team

Join Our Team

Submit applications and resumes to or complete our online application form.

Northwest Management, Inc. is currently seeking applications from motivated individuals looking to engage in meaningful work within any of the following positions:

Additionally, please click below to review the full job descriptions for all open positions.

Seasonal Forest Technicians:

Northwest Management, Inc. is continually seeking resumes from motivated individuals with forestry or natural resource backgrounds. These teams are based out of our main office in Moscow, ID. Extensive “out of town” travel and driving is required, with all expenses paid by the company (bunkhouse is available for use when working in the Moscow area). This position works in outdoor settings on forested landscapes and requires extended time in the field on forestry related projects. Field personnel will be walking on uneven terrain while conducting field work in all types of weather.

Fulltime Forester: Forestry focus on the health, growth, and maintenance of natural areas. This includes wildland fire, fire fuels treatments, planning, reforestation and harvesting. Advances in technologies such as Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) and GIS allow lands to be management with greater precision. Foresters oversee client lands, manage budgets, create stewardship plans, and lead forest and conservation services. In addition, foresters ensure that forestry activities comply with all environmental regulations.

Positions in Hoquiam, Chewelah, and Moscow.

Fulltime Forest Biometrician: A biometrician collects and analyzes data about trees, their health and growth attributes to help managers make well-informed value and treatment decisions on forested lands. Biometrics is a crucial skillset utilizing statistics, data analysis and modeling to inform decisions on silviculture application needs, financial decisions, and the development of optimal timber harvest schedules. All these decisions require highly accurate forest inventory data and the technology of Lidar meshed with ForestView® provides that for many of the biometric functions within our team.

Fulltime GIS Technicians: Geographic information systems (GIS) technicians read, interpret and create maps, update data related to geographical areas using GIS tools and assist in the collection of highly-accurate Lidar field verification data using precision GPS and established field protocols. GIS technicians usually work with a team in the field and individually to support inventory, biometric, forestry and ForestView® staff across the company with GIS data maintenance, analysis, entry, and conversion; data research, investigation, and verification; and assist with solving technical problems and determining possible solutions.

Fulltime Environmental Planner: The Environmental Planner will work with local, state, tribal, and federal government representatives to assist the natural environment and make our communities more resilient to disasters. This position frequently works with a variety of stakeholders and the public to develop realistic mitigation plans. Planners also work within a team setting to analyze the impacts of proposed projects on the environment. Individuals in this position are often requested to work on specialty projects such as habitat assessments, rangeland projects, forest and grazing management plans, vegetation surveys, wetland surveys, and more!

Fulltime Analyst, Stats/Programmer, and Developer: These positions overlap significantly and are responsible for coding, designing, deploying, and debugging development projects, related to ForestView® our Digital Inventories® and a diverse set of complementary tools, both in R&D and operation. This team works closely with innovation and helps support inventory, biometric, forestry, fire and economic service staff across the company. The members of our Tech and DevOps teams are innovative, curious, dedicated, and inspiring.

Forest Economist: The Forest Economist position is part of a team. The core of this position is to provide support to the Company and our clients with forest and natural resource economic and econometric modeling, forecasting, appraisals, and valuation assessments that can range from small private landowner inquiries to >1 million area Tribal landscapes. This work can include assessments along any part of the forestry supply chain, fire risk and impact analyses, avoided cost analyses, and ecosystem service valuations as well as decision-support tools and/or business projections tabular, database and/or GIS formats.

Meet Our Leadership Team

Meet Our Leadership Team

Vincent Corrao

President / Chairman of the Board

Mark Corrao

Chief Innovation Officer

Tierra Moser

Chief Operations Officer

Vaiden Bloch


Matt Engberg