We are hiring for the summer and into the fall to support our core programs.
- Applicants must be under the age of 30 to qualify.
- Positions are dependent on funding securement (to be announced by April 15)
- The Land Between is an equally opportunity employer with a view to employing Indigenous peoples, LGBTQ2 individuals, newcomers to Canada, people with disabilities and Visible Minorities.
See postings below for details.
Note: Please provide a cover letter that indicates how you qualify for all the listed requirements as well as a resume to Leora at email@example.com by April 30th.
- Stewardship Coordinator– Starting as a summer position from June to October with the possibility of extension until April 2020. $16.00/hour. This position involves creating and executing a stewardship and outreach plan for the Blue Lakes project (an ecolabel awarded to lake associations for adopting stewardship practices), including leading educational workshops focused on turtle biology, shoreline naturalization, benthic monitoring, angling diaries, water quality monitoring, other citizen science monitoring, general conservation education. Preparation of interpretive and educational materials, products and media/communications is required. Social media and outreach; public speaking is required. Own vehicle. The position also involves fundraising. This position is mentored by the project team. The position will transition into leading other programs of The Land Between including Turtle Guardians, and Strength From Water (Knowledge Circles). A strong background in project management, educational outreach, and environmental science/limnology/biology is required.
- Land Stories Heritage Coordinator – This is a summer position with the possibility of extension. Preference given to First Nation applicants and/or those with a strong history and immersion into First Nations culture. $16.00/hour. This position involves consultation with First Nation governments within the Williams Treaty area to gather place-based stories for a Duty to Consult and interpretive application; to gather interest and input into the development of a First Nation land conservancy; to outline traditional governance practices with a team of First Nation mentors for input into governing documents for the land trust. The position also involves research into European settlement place-based stories as well. The position requires an understanding of Indigenous world views, heritage conservation, land conservation, the Indian Act and the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada. Understanding of governance and experience with policy development is an asset. The position also involves the use and input into the Land Stories app and a working knowledge of GIS applications is a benefit.