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Position: Green Shores Project Manager
Organization: Stewardship Centre for British Columbia
Location: 100% remote (home office based) with some travel in British Columbia required; Lower Mainland or Vancouver Island base preferred

SCBC is seeking an individual who thrives in this type of work environment to join our team as a Green Shores Project Manager, starting in early September. This is a unique position that requires a familiarity and working knowledge of Green Shores® guiding principles, practical application, and the science that informs the program AND a holistic approach to project management. For the right candidate, there could be opportunities for career advancement as Green Shores expands across Canada.

SCBC Green Shores Project Manager Responsibilities:

  • Manage current Green Shores projects supported by multiple funders. This includes, but not limited to, effectively liaising with committees, working groups, partners, funders, contractors and other SCBC staff to meet project deliverables and reporting requirements.
  • New project and funding proposal development – on an ongoing basis.

Location: 100% Remote (home office based) with some travel in British Columbia required; Lower Mainland or Vancouver Island base preferred
Reporting to: SCBC Executive Director

Contract position to March 31, 2023; 30-35 hrs/week; rate commensurate with experience; with possibility of contract extension

Skills/Experience Required:

  • A Masters degree focused on conservation, natural resource, shoreline, or ecosystem management.
  • 5-10 years experience in application of Green Shores principles in shoreline restoration and nature-based shoreline solution applications (preferred)
  • Proven successful grant and proposal writing
  • Green Shores Level 2 trained or Green Shores Approved Professional (preferred)
  • Training in justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (preferred)
  • Astute facilitation and conflict resolution
  • Comfortable with uncertainty – maintaining the ‘balls in the air’
  • Experience and enjoyment in working on

Attributes/Experience Required:

  • Strong belief in and support for Green Shores and ecological stewardship in BC/Canada
  • Understanding of non-profit, public and private sector processes and practices
  • A desire to work on innovative projects with provincial/national/global vision
  • An enthusiasm for building individual and organizational partnerships, fostering these partnerships, and leading the group towards a mutual goal

How to apply

Click here to download the pdf description of this position. If you see yourself in the above position, please submit a CV and a brief cover letter with details regarding your experience and knowledge specific to SCBC’s Green Shores Program and project management. References will be required.

Please email your application to DG Blair, SCBC Executive Director at: ; subject line: Re: SCBC Green Shores Project Manager Application

Please indicate you saw this posting at GoodWork.

This posting will remain open until the desired candidate is secured. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position. Only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

About the Stewardship Centre for BC — SCBC’s vision is that British Columbians understand, enjoy, and sustain healthy ecosystems through stewardship. We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to strengthen ecological stewardship in BC by providing educational, technical, and capacity programs and resources to organizations, governments, the private sector, and the general public through cooperative partnerships. Our work strengthens stewardship through the methodology of collaboration and partnerships.


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Current status: Open/apply now.   Date posted: May 30 2022    ID: 64639