Are you a post-secondary graduate looking to gain some experience in the environmental field? Come work with our team of watershed enthusiasts on a wide range of projects.
The Restoration and Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for our riparian restoration projects within the watershed. S/he will coordinate the Landowner Conservation Program, including report-writing and budgets. S/he will co-lead education programming for children and youth in both the public school and summer camp setting with grades 3 and 4 as the primary focus. The position will include time spent in the field – assisting with culvert assessments, field trips, restoration projects, work in the tree nursery, and water quality monitoring. S/he will assist in representing the organization at external events, and be active in the planning, development and implementation of NWAI sponsored events. The project assistant will represent the association at special events in rural communities in our watershed e.g. Stanley Fair, Nashwaak Music Festival and Taymouth Community Market.
The application deadline is Friday, February 21st.