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  • Seasonal positions, Natural Cycleworks

    NOW HIRING!

    Natural Cycle is a cooperatively owned and operated full-service bike shop located in downtown Winnipeg. We sell bikes, components, and perform all manner of service and repair. Anything and everything to get you outfitted for city (and country) riding (and living).

    For more information about Natural Cycle, please visit our website: www.naturalcycle.ca/cycleworks

    We are currently hiring for full-time and part-time seasonal positions beginning in September 2019.

    Responsibilities and tasks will focus on bicycle repair and customer service.

    Assets:

    – Experience with bicycle repair is essential.
    – Customer service experience
    – Experience with group decision making and working as part of a team
    – Passion for cycling or involvement in the Winnipeg cycling community.
    – Self-motivation and creativity.

    To apply, please drop off a resume and cover letter. A cover letter should include interest in full-time or part-time.

    Natural Cycle at 91 Albert St, lower level, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 1G5

    email us at cycleworks@naturalcycle.ca

    Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Successful candidates will be contacted.

    08 / 23 / 19

  • Program Assistant, Canadian Council on Invasive Species

    Program Assistant

    Organization: Canadian Council on Invasive Species

    Location: Anywhere in Canada

    Duration: Until September 2020, with the possibility of extension

    Hours: Full-time

    Salary: $35,000 to $45,000/year, based on experience

    Start Date: As soon as possible, based on final funding approval

    About us

    The Canadian Council on Invasive Species (CCIS) is a non-profit multi-agency organization that works collaboratively across Canada to support actions and share information that can help reduce the threat and impacts of invasive species.

    Job Description & Responsibilities

    Are you a recent graduate intending to lead an environmental career in STEM or natural resources? The CCIS is looking for a highly motivated, young professional to act as our Program Assistant, responsible for providing administrative, program and project support to a national organization working to prevent the spread and impacts of invasive species to Canada’s landscapes. Other responsibilities include:

    • Build web and social media presence and increase awareness on invasive species
    • Help prepare project applications
    • Update and maintain membership lists
    • Organize and update project files
    • Track and report on project activities
    • Assist with creation/coordination of program development and implementation
    • Plan and coordinate national invasive species events
    • Attend outreach events and present on behalf of the council

    Qualifications and Skills:

    • Graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution with a 2-year diploma or 4-year degree in a field of study related to natural resources
    • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
    • Attention to detail and superior organizational skills
    • Bilingual, with oral and written fluency in French is a strong asset, but not a requirement
    • Curious, self-motivated, and capable of building lasting relationships
    • Ability to work as part of a team and independently
    • Able to work occasional weekends and week day evenings
    • Must be under 30 years of age or younger, Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have refugee status
    • Valid Driver’s License

    Benefits

    • An opportunity to start and/or expand your career and skills in the natural resource sector with a nationally recognized non-profit organization
    • Flexible work hours and the opportunity to work from home
    • Career development training opportunities

    To apply, please email your resume and cover letter as a single document to coordinator@canadainvasives.ca with “Program Assistant” as the subject line. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

    Application Deadline: September 5th, 2019

    08 / 22 / 19