Start date: September 14, 2020 End date: March 31, 2021
Remuneration: $16.48 - $17.51/hour, depending on experience
Location of work:
Work will be based out of CARP’s Annapolis Royal office. Field sites will primarily be within the Annapolis River watershed (Town of Digby through western Kings County), but in some cases may be located elsewhere in Nova Scotia. Field activities will primarily take place on private lands.
The Private Land Stewardship Coordinator will work under the direction of the Program Manager in a supportive and cooperative team environment. The Private Land Stewardship Coordinator will be responsible for leading and/or assisting with the delivery of a variety of projects that focus on different ecosystems or land-use types, including agro-ecosystems, sand barrens (sandplain heathland), and private woodlots. The candidate will be required to engage members of the public in stewardship programs and activities primarily focused within the Annapolis River watershed, but in some cases projects may extend across Nova Scotia. The successful candidate will be required to use their personal vehicle for work travel and will be compensated according to the prevailing provincial milage rate.
This position will require a mix of office and fieldwork. The candidate must have excellent written and interpersonal communication skills and be comfortable working with members of the public and partners from external organizations.
Specific tasks may include:
Preference may be given to applications who have been pre-approved for the Eco Canada Internship Program or other similar funding programs, or to candidates who may be eligible for these programs
Send resume and cover letter to Program Manager, Katie McLean, at email@example.com before Wednesday, September 2, 2020.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Aug 17 2020 ID: 57304