Mr. J.P. Mead became the first Conservator of Forests, Sarawak Forest Department, in 1919. The objectives of the Department were to manage and conserve the State's forest resources. With only a handful of staff then, the Department has developed into an organization with a staff of about two thousand. The initial responsibility of the Forest Department included the constitution of the Permanent Forest Estate and the regulation of the taking of forest produce. Responsibilities have widened and new branches and units have evolved to include resource planning, economics, forest engineering, forest and forest product research, national parks and wild life conservation, law enforcementand preventive work.
1. Pegawai Ehwal Ekonomi E41
2. Penolong Pemelihara Hutan G27
GAJI (MINIMUM - MAKSIMUM)
RM1,363.00 - RM8,649.00
Closing Date : 15/08/2016