Invasive Species and Conservation Monitoring Assistant
The Riverwood Conservancy (TRC) is a volunteer- and member-based charity in Mississauga that provides programs to the community in nature and environmental education, natural areas stewardship / conservation and gardening.
Invasive plants pose a significant threat to the Riverwood ecosystem. Reporting to the Conservation Specialist (CS), in this full-time summer position, the Invasive Species and Conservation Monitoring Assistant (ISCMA) will follow the Stewardship Management Plan to systematically remove invasive plants from Riverwood’s natural areas and help restore its ecological integrity. The ISCMA will organize, train and lead volunteer teams to protect and restore Riverwood’s ecosystems.
Skills and Qualifications
Start date will be determined pending a reply from Service Canada / Canada Summer Jobs 2019. End date is August 30, 2019. The hourly wage is $14.75 per hour; work-week is Monday to Friday. Interested candidates are required to submit a resume and cover letter by mail or email (in Word or PDF only) by midnight April 28, 2019 to:
The Riverwood Conservancy
4300 Riverwood Park Lane, Mississauga ON L5C 2S7
TRC thanks all candidates for applying but can only contact those selected for an interview.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Apr 12 2019 ID: 53103