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Hiring: North Coast Cumulative Effects Technical Coordinator
Organization: North Coast Skeena First Nations Stewardship Society
Location: Local applicants from the North Coast Region of BC are preferred. This role may be performed remotely; however, the successful applicant will need excellent computing skills, telephone and internet access, and the ability to travel.
The North Coast-Skeena First Nations Stewardship Society (NCSFNSS) is a non-profit society that enables First Nations communities on the British Columbia North Coast and lower Skeena River to collaborate on projects of shared value. The current focus addresses common marine and coastal issues and processes as they relate to fisheries and cumulative effects (CE).
The integrated MaPP/ESI North Coast Cumulative Effects (NCCE) Program is seeking applications to fill a full-time (35/week) Technical Coordinator position.
This work will be completed through close collaboration between the participating North Coast Nations and the Province of British Columbia from the two integrated North Coast CE initiatives under the Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) and the Environmental Stewardship Initiative (ESI). Additional background and context can be further provided upon request.
Taking direction from the Program Director, Cumulative Effects (CE) Strategic Initiatives, the Technical Coordinator will provide coordination and technical services to North Coast (NC) First Nation Partners involved in the NCCE Program. Specifically, the Technical Coordinator will work closely with the Program Director, CE Strategic Initiatives to support the implementation of the workplans associated with the NCCE Program including the North Coast MaPP and the integrated MaPP & ESI CE Workplans. The work plans are aimed at advancing CE monitoring, assessment and management as part of an integrated NCCE Program, as well as other NC Marine Plan conservation priorities that include engagement at regional and subregional levels. The Technical Coordinator will be expected to engage and facilitate close collaboration between the NC First Nation Partners, other First Nations Partners across the wider MaPP and ESI regions, the Province of British Columbia, and/or the Federal government, as relevant.
Duties include any and all of the following:
Local applicants from the North Coast Region of BC are preferred. This role may be performed remotely; however, the successful applicant will need excellent computing skills, telephone and internet access, and the ability to travel.
NCSFNSS offers a competitive salary and benefits package, flexible hours, strong administrative support, and promotes a healthy work/home balance. NCSFNSS is pro-actively managing health and safety concerns for all employees related to the COVID-19 pandemic whether it be for field projects or office work.
Please submit via email a three-page application which includes:
• Cover letter/statement of qualifications that outlines how you meet the qualifications;
• Resume or Curriculum Vitae;
Send by email:
RE: Technical Coordinator
To: Holly Booker, Cumulative Effects (CE) Strategic Initiatives, Email: email@example.com
Cc: Maya Paul, Program Director, Cumulative Effects Strategic Initiatives, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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This position will remain open until a qualified applicant is identified. NCSFNSS thanks all interested applicants, but we will only contact those candidates selected for an interview.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: May 23 2023 ID: 68264