Position: Garden Program Co-ordinators & Workers
Type: summer jobs / summer student positions
Organization: Green Thumbs Growing Kids
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Hiring summer students! You must be in school full-time and returning to school in the fall, aged 15-30.
Position 1: Garden Program Co-ordinator
Qualifications: Experience in gardening, outdoor work, children’s programs, leadership positions
Assets: Team builder, peer mentor, bicycle
Position 2: Garden Program Worker
Qualifications: Interest and enthusiasm for gardening, children’s programs and outdoor work
Assets: Team player, bicycle
There may be opportunities to sell produce at farmers markets and help with service contracts in gardens/streetscapes. Experience in these work spaces will be an asset.
We strongly encourage indigenous, racialized and/or new immigrant/refugee students to apply. Send your application in ONE document including a cover letter and resume by MIDNIGHT WED May 23, 2018 for Position 1, and MIDNIGHT June 1, 2018 to:
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Interviews will be held the week of May 28 for Position 1, and early June for Position 2.
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GoodWork ID: 45546 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: May 15 2018