We are hiring! Do you want to make a difference in your community, for nature, and for future generations? Join our team and contribute to conservation in meaningful ways, while increasing your skills, knowledge and expertise.
We are hiring 8 positions. Descriptions are below.
Applicants must be under the age of 30.
If you are interested please complete the embedded questionnaire and forward your resume to email@example.com
- Communications Specialist (17-18/hour): This role involves investigative journalism – researching current issues and trends in nature conservation, including planning and enforcement, species at risk recovery, shoreland development, trends in species populations, case studies and success stories
- Computer Programmer (19/hour): This role involves the creation of app technologies to monitor environmental parameters. Working with a team. Data security. Community Science platforms
- Turtle labourer/technician (15/hour)- Haliburton area only: This role involves assisting staff with installing turtle underpasses, cleaning and caring for turtles.
- Outreach and Education Liaison (16-17/hour): This role involves learning and then interpreting environmental programs and conservation issues to the public at our head office. Guiding tours. Sales
- Lake Health Program Intern (18/hour): This role involves working with a larger team to design community science programming, interpret scientific trends, investigate case studies and planning issues related to lake health.
- Volunteer Coordinator (17/hour): This role involves reaching out to volunteers, surveying volunteer needs and reactions, hosting events and communications.
- Invasive species program coordinator (16-18/hour): This role involves studying control methods through research, case studies, and interviews, and designing mitigation programs and education for municipalities and the public.