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February 22, 2024
  • Eco-Net
  • Featured

Navigating the Law – What’s Next for Manitoba: Mining and Critical Minerals

There has been increasing interest from government and industry in the extraction and development of…
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February 21, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Crew Leader – FortWhyte Alive

Position: Youth Crew Leader – Seasonal – Summer (3 positions)
Dates: May 13, 2024 – August 26, 2024
Hours of Work: Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm including some evenings and weekends

Job Summary: The FortWhyte Farms Youth Crew Leader supports the operations of FortWhyte Farms, an educational facility designed to grow youth, food and community. The program develops vocational and life skills in youth from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. The Youth Crew Leader position provides leadership, guidance and training to youth engaging in sustainable agriculture, culinary arts, building projects and community development via hands-on learning.

Primary Responsibilities:
Farm Educational Program and Operational Support

May and June
– Work directly with youth participants in kitchen, farm, and woodshop operations
– Assist with farm operations including horticulture, livestock, landscaping and yard site, facility cleanliness and maintenance
– Participate in training and preparation for summer program with other farm staff
– Assist with summer Junior Staff training, planning and facilitation

July and August
– Lead a crew of 4 – 5 youth members in summer intern program
– Provide mental health support
– Provide guidance and timely feedback to Junior Staff
– Train, motivate and hold Junior Staff accountable in daily tasks
– Participate in planning and delivery of weekly events (cooking community lunches, off-site field trips and workshops, community service work)
– Facilitate group discussions and goal setting
– Model teamwork, commitment, and open communication
– Transport youth in 15 seat passenger vehicle as needed

Basic Hiring Criteria:
– Experience working in mentorship role or social work with under-served youth (Child abuse registry check and criminal records check require upon hiring)
– Post-secondary education or relevant work experience considered an asset
– Initiative and proven problem-solving skills
– Physically fit and ability to work outdoors for long periods of time
– Valid Driver’s License and access to transportation (FWA is 20-30 min walk from bus stop)
– Ability to work a flexible work schedule
– Ability to work independently/self-directed, as well as in a team
– Culinary arts, landscaping, animal sciences, carpentry or agricultural experience an asset
– Certification in First Aid, CPR, and Mental Health training an asset
– Valid Class 4 Driver’s License will be required upon employment

FortWhyte Alive is devoted to developing a work environment and recruitment processes that are inclusive and barrier-free. Please let us know if an accommodation is needed at any stage of the recruitment process.

FortWhyte Alive is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace. Employment equity may be a factor in selection for this position. We welcome and encourage applications from Indigenous people, Black people, People of Colour, LGBTQ2S+ people and people with disabilities.

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February 21, 2024
  • Volunteers

Water Sampling Volunteer: Lake Winnipeg Foundation: Lake Winnipeg Foundation

Volunteer opportunity in Southern Manitoba!

We are looking for volunteers from the Brandon, Westman, Eastman, Interlake, and Central Region to help us conduct water sampling throughout the 2024 season.

The Lake Winnipeg Community-Based Monitoring Network samples for phosphorus, the nutrient responsible for the algae blooms on Lake Winnipeg. We work with local organizations and citizens dispersed across southern Manitoba to identify localized areas that contribute higher amounts of phosphorus to local waterways than other areas, aka “phosphorus hotspots”.

Volunteers sample frequently throughout the spring melt and after large rain events to ensure phosphorus runoff is captured. During the spring melt period (which can be anywhere from 2 weeks to one month depending on the speed of thawing and the amount of snow) the time commitment for volunteers is to sample 2-3 times per week and once the spring melt is over and flows stabilize, sampling goes down to once every 2 weeks unless there is a large rain event in which case we will notify you to sample. Our sites are located across southern Manitoba and volunteers will be matched to sites that are close to them.

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February 16, 2024
  • Eco-Net
  • Featured

Vivian Sand Extraction Project Licence Application Not Approved!

The Government of Manitoba has rejected the proposed Environment Act licence application for Sio Silica’s…
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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Conservation Intern – The Nature Conservancy of Canada

Taking care of our environment has never been more important than it is today. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is looking for a Conservation Intern to join a team committed to protecting our most important natural areas and the plants and animals they sustain.

NCC is the nation’s leading not-for-profit, private land conservation organization, working to protect our most important natural areas and the species they sustain. Since 1962 NCC and its supporters have protected 15 million hectares (more than 35 million acres) of ecologically significant land across Canada. NCC takes a collaborative, science-based approach to achieve conservation success for the sake of nature and Canadians. With a national office in Toronto and seven regional offices across the country, NCC delivers results you can walk on.

Purpose and General Description:

Are you passionate about conserving some of Manitoba’s most important natural spaces? Do you want to have a positive, lasting impact on nature? Are you looking for a well-rounded position to kick-start your conservation career with hands-on experience? We want to hear from you!

NCC is looking for a passionate person to join the Manitoba’s team as a Conservation Intern, playing an integral role in delivering core annual conservation activities in one or more of NCC Manitoba’s Natural Areas Tall Grass Prairie, Riding Mountain, Whitemouth River Watershed, Oak Lake Sandhills and Wetlands, West Souris Mixed-Grass Prairie, Souris River Valley Grassland, Lower Qu’Appelle – Assiniboine – Quill Lakes, Interlake, Lake of the Woods, and Assiniboine Delta. Conservation interns will be assigned a wide array of conservation experiences while liaising with NCC staff, volunteers, landowners, and partner organizations.

There are two streams to which candidates will be matched based on experience, skill, knowledge, and expressed interest:
1. Planning & Monitoring – workplans will be focused on biological surveys, property monitoring, data and literature review and synthesis, and reporting.
2. Stewardship – workplans focused on Property Management Plan Implementation, restoration, and Prescribed Fire Activities as part of the Prescribed Fire Crew.
All Interns should expect to support Outreach and Communications duties and have workplans adjusted to their abilities, career development goals, and NCC priorities.

Duties and Responsibilities: (positions may include all or a subset of the following):

Property Management Plan Implementation
• Complete land management tasks such as, but not limited to, removing invasive species, installing signage, site cleanup and refuse removal, interpretive site and trail maintenance, fence line maintenance, property inspections, vehicle/equipment maintenance, and other similar stewardship activities;
• Supporting contractors that work on fence line construction, building demolition, earthworks, etc. on NCC lands;
• Assist with administration and monitoring agricultural use agreements with local producers;
• Implement ecosystem restoration as guided by NCCs Property Management Plans and Multi-Species At Risk Plans, including grassland and riparian area restoration, woody encroachment control, invasive species management, and hydrological restoration. Assist with habitat restoration (i.e.: planting, watering, maintenance of tree planting sites, seed collection, site prep, weed management);
• Livestock and grassland management activities including installation and maintenance of fencing and other grazing infrastructure;

Prescribed Fire Activities as part of the Prescribed Fire Crew
• Perform burn unit and fire guard preparations, including brush mowing, chainsaw work, raking, handline construction, etc. Operate fire equipment during prescribed burns including ignition devices, 4WD trucks, ATV’s, UTV’s, portable pumps, pump engines, port-a-tanks, tractors, backpack blowers, brush cutters, chainsaws, hand tools, computer tablets, GPS units (members will receive prescribed fire training to Firefighter Type II)
• Maintain fire program equipment and tools; Complete fire effects documentation, and mapping.
Adaptive Management, Monitoring & Reporting
• Conduct surveys and assessments of the status of ecosystems and species on NCC sites and the effectiveness of conservation actions;
• Undertake fieldwork including biological data collection and threats monitoring on NCC properties (inventories of plants, animals, communities, physical features and anthropogenic influences), in all ecosystems (grassland, forest, wetland, etc.);
• Assists with annual Conservation Agreement Monitoring Program;
• Conducts site inspections on NCC’s properties, complete site inspection reports and submit relevant GIS data;
• Contributes to the development and updates of Property Management Plans and participate as a team member on relevant stewardship action teams;
• Prepare various map products as required for stewardship planning and reporting;
• Prepare reports for fieldwork and land management recommendations, perform data entry in NCC’s Land Resource Manager Information System and GIS databases;
• Conduct peer-reviewed literature searches and summaries

Outreach and Communications
• Photograph features as part of standardized documentation processes or for use in media;Create/write at least one article, video describing conservation topics or experiences incurred during this position for use on NCC media platforms;Assist with the coordination and delivery of public events, and Conservation Volunteer events as needed;
Other
• Monthly time and billing, personal expenses claims;Other duties as assigned as assigned by Ecological Restoration Program Coordinator, Natural Area Managers, Manager of Stewardship Programs, Conservation Science Manager, or Director of Conservation;

Required Skills and Attributes:

This posting is targeted to individuals possessing the following skills and traits:

o Enthusiastic about conserving nature;
o Adaptable/ flexible with day-to-day plans;
o Comfortable hiking/working in remote wilderness locations without trails (dense forest with black flies / ticks etc.) for extended periods in various weather;
o Enjoys working as part of a team, and has a sense of humour, compassionate, good-natured, positive attitude;
o Clear, professional and thoughtful communicator to landowners, public, colleagues;
o Reliable, punctual, and responsible;
o Willingness to learn and follow protocols;
o Self-motivated to work independently;
o Excellent organizational skills; Demonstrated experience with common computer software (Microsoft Office Suite);
o Physical work will be required (e.g., strenuous hiking, carrying a heavy backpack, etc.);
o Valid driver’s license, ability to rent a vehicle and comfort driving on highways and rough roads.

The following additional skills and abilities would be assets in this position:

o Education – current post-secondary students and post-secondary graduates preferred; however, individuals having most job skill and experience requirements will be considered;
o Demonstrated flora and fauna identification skills for Manitoba, the ability to key out unknown species, knowledge of invasive plant species;
o Navigational skills including understanding of GPS devices or applications, compass, and aerial image interpretation;
o Working knowledge of Geographic Information Systems, data management and the use of ArcMap/Pro to create maps for fieldwork and reporting;
o Manitoba Pesticide Applicator Certification or willingness to complete training to be licensed by NCC;
o Working knowledge of Manitoba landscapes, communities, agricultural and conservation issues;
o Experience engaging with members of the public or volunteers;
o Standard First Aid – Level C CPR or Remote First Aid certification.

Desired for Prescribed Fire Activities:
o Basic Type II Wildland firefighter training (S-100, S-190, L-180 or equivalent) and Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS-100) or willingness to be trained;
o Applicant must also complete NCC Manitoba’s current prescribed fire fitness standard – 2-mile (3.2km) hike inside 30 minutes while carrying 25 lbs backpack is required to participate in Prescribed Fire Crew activities;
o Familiarity with the safe operation and maintenance of prescribed burn equipment, off-road vehicles and hauling trailers, land stewardship tools;
o Chainsaw Safety Training, or willingness to complete training;

Terms of Employment:

o Subject to funding, this is a 12-30 week position
o Compensation: $18.00/hour;
o Ability to travel throughout southern Manitoba. Extended overnight stays will be required. Occasional evening, weekend, and holiday work may be required. Travel expenses will be reimbursed.
Accommodations may be made for home office or hybrid work arrangements on non-field work days.
Please note: We are looking for a pool of qualified candidates to fill multiple positions to carry out a range of duties as outlined below. Candidates and positions/duties will be matched based on experience, skill, knowledge, and expressed interest. The number of positions that will be filled is funding-dependent.

How To Apply:

NCC is an equal opportunity employer. If you are interested in joining our team, please submit your application through our Internship Program page in our Career Centre.

Application Deadline:

March 3, 2024, 11:59pm EST, 9:59pm Mountain Time, 8:59pm Pacific Time, 10:59pm CST, 00:59 am +1 AST

NCC hires based on merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community. We strive for bold conservation achievements in which equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) are the norm. We welcome applications from racialized persons/visible minorities, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, and persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, as well as from all qualified candidates with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. NCC implements an employment equity program and encourages members of designated groups to self-identify
Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, contact us by email at hr@natureconservancy.ca to make any required arrangements. If you have questions regarding accessible employment at NCC, please email us at hr@natureconservancy.ca

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February 16, 2024
  • Volunteers

Water Sampling Volunteer: Lake Winnipeg Foundation

Volunteer opportunity in Southern Manitoba!

We are looking for volunteers from the Brandon, Westman, Eastman, Interlake, and Central Region to help us conduct water sampling throughout the 2024 season.

The Lake Winnipeg Community-Based Monitoring Network samples for phosphorus, the nutrient responsible for the algae blooms on Lake Winnipeg. We work with local organizations and citizens dispersed across southern Manitoba to identify localized areas that contribute higher amounts of phosphorus to local waterways than other areas, aka “phosphorus hotspots”.

Volunteers sample frequently throughout the spring melt and after large rain events to ensure phosphorus runoff is captured. During the spring melt period (which can be anywhere from 2 weeks to one month depending on the speed of thawing and the amount of snow) the time commitment for volunteers is to sample 2-3 times per week and once the spring melt is over and flows stabilize, sampling goes down to once every 2 weeks unless there is a large rain event in which case we will notify you to sample. Our sites are located across southern Manitoba and volunteers will be matched to sites that are close to them.

If you are interested in participating or want to learn more, please reach out to us at claire@lakewinnipegfoundation.org or by phone 204-956-0436.

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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Day Camp Leader – A Rocha Canada (Manitoba)

3 Positions Available.
Positions will be funded by Canada Summer Jobs grant and are contingent on funding approval

Location: The A Rocha office (500 Shaftesbury Blvd) and various day camp locations in Winnipeg
Workweek: Monday-Friday
Workterm: July – August (8 weeks) 35 hrs/week
Wage: $16.00/hr
Closing Date: May 12, 2024 or until positions are filled

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Day Camp Leader in consultation with the Program Coordinators and Program Manager is responsible for assisting with the coordination, development, and safe and efficient operation of A Rocha Manitoba summer day camps and environmental education programs. This includes, but is not limited to, organizing and planning supplies and snacks, supervising day campers and leading day camp activities. This position plays a central role in providing children with a fun, safe, and supportive environment to engage in various environmental education opportunities.
This role is part of A Rocha Manitoba’s WildRoots Summer Work Program. Alongside practical work experience participants can expect to develop leadership skills, learn about nature conservation, participate in team rhythms and retreats, connect with the wider A Rocha network, and receive vocational training. To learn more about the WildRoots Program head to arocha.ca/wildroots.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist the Program Assistants in preparing for day camps
• Lead day camp activities in a safe and fun manner
• Plan and lead other environmental education programs throughout the summer months
• Participate in A Rocha community through team days, discussions, and mentoring
QUALIFICATIONS
• Embodies A Rocha Canada’s Vision, Commitments and Core Values
• Experience and/or education in environmental education, recreation or related field
• Experience working with children
• Ability to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
• Demonstrated ability to communicate and connect well with new people
• Personal initiative and able to manage details
• Time-management skills
• Willingness to learn

REQUIREMENTS
• Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person with official refugee status
• Criminal record check and Vulnerable Sector check required
• Must be a youth between 16-30 years of age

ASSETS
• Knowledge of local environmental concerns
• Experience in event planning and/or curriculum development
• Experience leading programs for groups of people (summer camp, service club etc)
• First Aid and CPR
A ROCHA CANADA MISSION, VISION, COMMITMENTS
A Rocha is an international network of Christian nature conservation organizations. Our mission is to live out God’s calling to care for creation and equip others to do likewise. We envision a hope filled world where communities flourish as people and nature thrive together.
A Rocha International 5 Commitments:

• Christian – We follow Jesus Christ, who created the world and calls us to care for it.

• Conservation – We protect and restore nature and are committed to local places and people over the long term.

• Community – We invest in good relationships through our commitment to God, one another and the wider creation.

• Cultural Diversity – We celebrate the insights, perspectives and solutions offered by our diverse cultures.

• Collaboration – We seek to work with anyone who shares our vision.
TO APPLY
• Email, as a single PDF document, a cover letter and resume clearly detailing your experience and qualifications for this position to Zoe Matties (manitoba@arocha.ca)
• Ensure your email subject line clearly refers to the Day Camp Leader Position.
• Ensure your name and the position title are included in the PDF file name.
• Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Arborist – Main Branch Tree Service

If you like working on a team where people take care of each other; where the work is physically demanding and mentally rewarding; where education is constant, problems are solved, and growth is expected; where we give honest feedback and we expect to receive honest feedback; we might have a great job for you!

Do you know:

How to use chainsaws? Do you know how to drive large trucks and trailers? Do you know how to tie knots? Do you know how to climb trees? Do you know how to inspect trees for pests and disease? If not, do you want to learn?

This job requires heavy lifting, working at heights, and outdoors in all weather conditions.

Most importantly you should have the ability to sustain a positive attitude and stay focused, as well as maintain your physical health.

Experience as an Arborist or similar role is beneficial, but you will be trained and required to grow in all aspects of Arboriculture.

An ISA Certification or Manitoba Arborist License would be an asset, but you will be required to attain and maintain an ISA Certification.

You will be expected to assist and lead in pruning and removing trees by climbing or bucket truck access, plant trees, and assess overall tree health.

You must be able to work as part of a team with high standards, and interact with customers in a positive and appropriate manor.

Requirements:

Clean driver’s License
Personal vehicle, we are not located on a bus route

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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Urban Agriculture Coordinator – A Rocha Canada (Manitoba)

2 Positions will be funded by grants and are contingent on funding approval. Open to those ages 18-30.

Location: Winnipeg Office (500 Shaftesbury Blvd.)
Workweek: Monday-Friday (with the occasional Saturday)
Workterm: May-August (16 weeks) 35 hrs/week
Wage: $16.30/hr
Closing Date: March 31, 2024

JOB DESCRIPTION

Working with in A Rocha Manitoba office in partnership with the Manitoba Program Coordinator, the Urban Agriculture co-ordinator is responsible for the planning, implementation, and upkeep of the Just Growing gardens. The co-ordinator is also responsible for planning and executing community events in partnership with Metanoia Farmers Cooperative on urban sustainable agriculture and conservation. The coordinator will work in a team with the education program coordinators to connect children with the Just Growing gardens and Metanoia farm. In addition, the coordinator may be called on to assist with watering and upkeep at the Vimy Ridge Community Garden. The main purpose of this role is to empower and equip young adults with the skills of urban agriculture, fostering a connection with the A Rocha Manitoba community, and promoting sustainable practices rooted in Christian principles to care for creation.
This role is part of A Rocha Manitoba’s WildRoots Summer Work Program. Alongside practical work experience participants can expect to develop leadership skills, learn about nature conservation, participate in team rhythms and retreats, connect with the wider A Rocha network, and receive vocational training. To learn more about the WildRoots Program head to arocha.ca/wildroots.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Plan and implement the Just Growing garden beds at St. Margaret’s Anglican Church
• In cooperation with the Metanoia Farmers and the Manitoba Program Manager plan public workshops relating to urban agriculture and conservation
• Working with the Conservation Science Coordinator coordinate bi-weekly bird walks around CMU and the Assiniboine Forest
• Keep track of event RSVPs
• Write blog posts related to food and agriculture and creation care
• Coordinate with the environmental educators to connect children to the Just Growing garden and Metanoia Farm
• Connect with community partners for food distribution
QUALIFICATIONS
• Embodies A Rocha Canada’s Vision, Commitments and Core Values
• Experience and/or education in agriculture/conservation
• Experience working with children
• Ability to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
• Demonstrated ability to communicate and connect well with new people
• Personal initiative and able to manage details
• Time-management skills
• Willingness to learn
REQUIREMENTS
• Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person with official refugee status
• Criminal record check and Vulnerable Sector check required
• Must be a youth between 16-30 years of age
ASSETS
• Knowledge of local environmental concerns
• Experience in event planning and/or curriculum development
• Experience leading programs for groups of people (summer camp, service club etc)
• First Aid and CPR
• Access to transportation
A ROCHA CANADA MISSION, VISION, COMMITMENTS
A Rocha is an international network of Christian nature conservation organizations. Our mission is to live out God’s calling to care for creation and equip others to do likewise. We envision a hope filled world where communities flourish as people and nature thrive together.
A Rocha International 5 Commitments:

• Christian – We follow Jesus Christ, who created the world and calls us to care for it.

• Conservation – We protect and restore nature and are committed to local places and people over the long term.

• Community – We invest in good relationships through our commitment to God, one another and the wider creation.

• Cultural Diversity – We celebrate the insights, perspectives and solutions offered by our diverse cultures.

• Collaboration – We seek to work with anyone who shares our vision.

TO APPLY
• Email, as a single PDF document, a cover letter and resume clearly detailing your experience and qualifications for this position to Zoe Matties (manitoba@arocha.ca)
• Ensure your email subject line clearly refers to the Urban Agriculture and Conservation Coordinator Position.
• Ensure your name and the position title are included in the PDF file name.
• Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Eco Education Coordinator – A Rocha Canada (Manitoba)

2 Positions will be funded by grants and are contingent on funding approval. Open to those ages 18-30.

Location: Winnipeg Office (500 Shaftesbury Blvd.) various day camp locations in Winnipeg
Workweek: Monday-Friday (with the occasional Saturday, and some evenings)
Workterm: May-June 35 hrs/week – July/August 40 hrs/week
Wage: $16.30/hr
Closing Date: March 31, 2024 (or until positions are filled)

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Eco-Education Coordinator plays a pivotal role in A Rocha’s mission to care for creation and equip others to do likewise through connecting children with positive experiences in nature. In consultation with the Program Manager, the coordinator will design and implement engaging and educational activities for children that promote a deeper understanding of creation care, wildlife conservation, and ecological systems. Tasks include, but are not limited to, curriculum development, organizing and planning supplies and snacks, coordinating day camp leaders, volunteers and partner organizations, organizing camper applications, and leading day camp activities. This position combines a passion for education with a commitment to fostering a love for the natural world among young learners, contributing to the overall success of A Rocha Manitoba’s place-based education initiatives.
This role is part of A Rocha Manitoba’s WildRoots Summer Work Program. Alongside practical work experience participants can expect to develop leadership skills, learn about nature conservation, participate in team rhythms and retreats, connect with the wider A Rocha network, and receive vocational training. To learn more about the WildRoots Program head to arocha.ca/wildroots.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Develop and plan four-five weeks of day camps for children ages 6-11
• Coordinate the advertising and promotion of summer programs
• Working with a budget create a list of supplies and food needed for camps
• Coordinate with volunteers and day camp partner organizations
• Maintain accurate attendance records and administration for all summer programs as well as accident reports, medical forms, and program reports
• Lead day camp activities in a safe and fun manner
• Prepare healthy snacks for day camps
• Develop and implement evaluations for day camp programs
• Participate in A Rocha community through team days, discussions, events, and mentoring
• Plan and lead community events
QUALIFICATIONS
• Embodies A Rocha Canada’s Vision, Commitments and Core Values
• Experience and/or education in environmental education, recreation, or related field
• Experience working with children
• Ability to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
• Demonstrated ability to communicate and connect well with new people
• Personal initiative and able to manage details
• Time-management skills
• Willingness to learn

REQUIREMENTS
• Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person with official refugee status
• Criminal record check and Vulnerable Sector check required
• Must be a youth between 18-30 years of age
• Experience working with children
ASSETS
• Knowledge of local environmental concerns
• Experience in event planning and/or curriculum development
• Experience leading programs for groups of people (summer camp, service club etc)
• First Aid and CPR
• Access to transportation
A ROCHA CANADA MISSION, VISION, COMMITMENTS
A Rocha is an international network of Christian nature conservation organizations. Our mission is to live out God’s calling to care for creation and equip others to do likewise. We envision a hope filled world where communities flourish as people and nature thrive together.
A Rocha International 5 Commitments:

• Christian – We follow Jesus Christ, who created the world and calls us to care for it.

• Conservation – We protect and restore nature and are committed to local places and people over the long term.

• Community – We invest in good relationships through our commitment to God, one another and the wider creation.

• Cultural Diversity – We celebrate the insights, perspectives and solutions offered by our diverse cultures.

• Collaboration – We seek to work with anyone who shares our vision.

TO APPLY
• Email, as a single PDF document, a cover letter and resume clearly detailing your experience and qualifications for this position to Zoe Matties (manitoba@arocha.ca)
• Ensure your email subject line clearly refers to the Eco Education Coordinator position.
• Ensure your name and the position title are included in the PDF file name.
• Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Field Worker – Natural Collective

About us:

Natural Collective is situated just 30 minutes South of Winnipeg, MB on Treaty 1 Territory. We are a small farm with 3 acres of diversified and ecologically grown vegetables, fruit and herbs. We are a CSA farm, a Market Garden and Wholesaler. We are a collective of three, first generation farmers: Ari, Adam & Nick. Together we work to provide good, nourishing, flavorful food to our community while tending to the health of our soil and expanding the biodiversity on our land. We use practices such as crop rotation and low-tillage in order to achieve these goals, and we do not use toxic fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides.

Job:

This season we are looking to add 3 full time Field Workers to our growing crew

We will also be requiring a delivery driver on Tuesdays (this could be a part time job or be incorporated into the Field Worker position)

Farming can be HARD work both physically and mentally, but it is also very rewarding work. We expect all applicants are aware of the physical requirements of the job and will take steps to keep their body healthy throughout the season. It is important for staff to let us know if they ever feel unsafe in a task or need help.

Skills Required/ Desired Qualities:

A positive attitude and motivated to learn and improve

Strong work ethic and ability to excel in a fast paced environment

Physically fit (able to work standing, kneeling, bending, heavy lifting & be able to repeatedly do so)

Willingness to work in variable weather conditions (sun, rain, heat, cold & amongst bugs)

Strong attention to detail

Self motivated, good problem solver

Efficient, reliable, consistent, and punctual

Willing to work some markets (Wed/Thurs/Sat)

Some experience with or knowledge of food production, soil, landscaping, farm equipment use are definitely considered an asset but not required

Must have reliable transportation to and from farm

Must be legally entitled to work in Canada

Delivery driving would require navigating city streets with a truck and trailer. You would also be the ‘face of the farm’ so you must have good interpersonal skills.

Farm Duties:

Transplanting

Bed prep

Weed management

Building and maintaining field infrastructure (trellis’, row cover, landscape fabric)

Fertilizing crops

Harvesting and processing

Seed starting and tending

landscaping and site maintenance (lawn mowing)

Potential additional tasks: restaurant deliveries & farmers market staff

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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Communications Coordinator – Manitoba Association of Watersheds

Overview

Manitoba Association of Watersheds (MAW) is a voluntary industry association representing the province’s 14 watershed districts and is a registered charitable organization.

Our Vision: Manitoba’s watershed districts are supported by MAW and recognized throughout the province as effective water & land managers.

Our Mission: MAW supports and builds awareness of Manitoba’s 14 watershed districts through communication, education, and advocacy, and supports their program delivery by facilitating access to funding programs and administering research programs.

It’s an exciting time for MAW as our team of six is growing as we take on new projects and develop new programs. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our team as a full time Communications Coordinator.

The Communications Coordinator role is ideal a savvy communicator, who enjoys working with people and is adept at creating and publishing content to support MAW’s communication goals. Reporting to the Executive Director, this role will work collaboratively with both internal and external stakeholders. The focus of this role is to:
a) Support development of and coordinate delivering of MAW’s communications plan.
b) Increase awareness of watershed district programming including Growing Outcomes in Watersheds (GROW), Prairie
Watershed Climate Program and other available watershed-based programs and MAW-led projects.
c) Promote, and support delivery of, the work done by MAW on behalf of the watershed districts, including the annual
Manitoba Watersheds Conference, The Current magazine, MAW projects, social media and website, and more.

The position will work from MAW’s Winnipeg office which is open Monday-Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm. There will be occasional travel throughout the province. Driver’s license is required.

Starting salary $50,000 to be negotiated based on education and experience.

Applicants are encouraged to submit a cover letter with their resume that highlights their interest in the role and relevant work or life experience. Please submit applications to office@manitobawatersheds.org. Candidates selected for interviews will be contacted directly. The job ad will remain open until the position is filled. No phone calls please.

Qualifications
• Completion of post-secondary in communications, marketing or business
• Sales and marketing experience is an asset
• Experience in creating and coordinating public facing print and digital communications platforms, and driving social
media
• Demonstrated oral and written communications skills and a high level of creativity and problem-solving skills.
• Administrative skills to track progress and develop key reports
• Ability to build relationships with key media contact, and identify opportunities to proactively pitch brand and corporate
stories through communications channels
• High attention to detail and quality with exceptional proofreading and editing skills
• Assist in developing and organizing workshops, meetings, ceremonies and other events for publicity, fundraising and
information purposes
• Experience with InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, MailChimp, Squarespace is an asset.
• Experience working in a non-profit or charitable organization is an asset.

Duties
• Assist in developing and coordinate implementing a comprehensive, cohesive communications strategy in support of
MAW and the Watershed Districts
• Coordinate and execute said strategy, serving as content lead on all materials including article development (copy
writing and editing), press releases, earned media coverage (print, radio, TV, web, podcasts), social media posts, email
blasts, printed pamphlets to local ratepayers, presentations, focus groups, speaking opportunities, and potentially paid
advertising
• Coordinate delivery of the GROW communications plan
• Provide communications support and coordinate delivery of communication plans for MAW projects, under the
guidance of the Project Manager, including but not limited to: Prairie Watersheds Climate Program and Living Labs
Manitoba
• Assist in coordinating annual Manitoba Watersheds Conference, including duties related but not limited to
communications and promotion, administration, speakers, sponsorship and tradeshow
• Assist in coordinating outreach events targeted key demographics
• Update and ongoing management of MAW’s website and social media
• Generate sponsorship and advertising opportunities to support MAW’s operations and goals
• Support MAW’s other work as needed, such as the annual conference, magazine, project funding administration, etc.

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February 16, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Conservation Science Assistant – A Rocha Canada (Manitoba)

This position will be funded by grants and is contingent on funding approval.

Location: Winnipeg Office (500 Shaftesbury Blvd.) and the Boreal Ecology Centre, East Braintree, MB
Workweek: Tuesday-Friday (with the occasional Saturday and overnights at the Boreal Ecology Centre)
Workterm: May-August (16 weeks) 35hrs/ week
Wage: $16.30/hr
Closing Date: March 31, 2024

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Conservation Science Assistant will assist in setting up conservation projects and leading maintenance at the Boreal Ecology Centre in East Braintree, Manitoba. The successful candidate will also assist in administration support and planning of our environmental programs and conservation science work in Winnipeg and at the Boreal Ecology Centre (BEC). This may include (but is not limited to) biological bird and forest monitoring, data analysis from records and samples, and ecological restoration in the form of invasive species management and trail development.
This role is part of A Rocha Manitoba’s WildRoots: Summer Work Program. Alongside practical work experience participants can expect to develop leadership skills, learn about nature conservation, participate in team rhythms and retreats, connect with the wider A Rocha network, and receive vocational training. To learn more about the WildRoots Program head to arocha.ca/wildroots
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
● Support Conservation Science Coordinator in prepping, setting up, and managing forest monitoring plots
● Perform basic check-ups on status of previously established quadrats
● Identify, remove, and dispose of invasive species in the meadow
● Support Conservation Science Coordinator with data collection, analysis, and entry into database
● Maintain and develop trails so visitors can safely walk them
● Participate in conservation projects in a supporting role
● Participate in A Rocha community through team days, discussions, and mentoring
QUALIFICATIONS
● Embodies A Rocha Canada’s Vision, Commitments and Core Values
● Capable of doing manual labor outdoors for extended periods of time
● Experience operating landscaping equipment (weedwackers, various hand tools)
● Able to identify Manitoba plant and bird species
● Organized note keeper and experience with digital filing
● Willingness to travel to and from the Boreal Ecology Centre in East Braintree, MB and stay there for periods of time (max. 4 days)
● Willingness to learn methodologies and equipment
REQUIREMENTS
● Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person with official refugee status
● Criminal record check and Vulnerable Sector check required
● Must be a youth between 16-30 years of age
ASSETS
● Knowledge of local environmental concerns and local ecology (Winnipeg and East Braintree)
● Experience with citizen science (participating in or leading of)
● Ability to work independently or as part of a small team of volunteers
● First Aid and CPR
● Access to transportation
A ROCHA CANADA MISSION, VISION, COMMITMENTS
A Rocha is an international network of Christian nature conservation organizations. Our mission is to live out God’s calling to care for creation and equip others to do likewise. We envision a hope filled world where communities flourish as people and nature thrive together.
A Rocha International 5 Commitments:
• Christian – We follow Jesus Christ, who created the world and calls us to care for it.

• Conservation – We protect and restore nature and are committed to local places and people over the long term.

• Community – We invest in good relationships through our commitment to God, one another and the wider creation.

• Cultural Diversity – We celebrate the insights, perspectives and solutions offered by our diverse cultures.

• Collaboration – We seek to work with anyone who shares our vision.

TO APPLY
• Email, as a single PDF document, a cover letter and resume clearly detailing your experience and qualifications for this position to Zoe Matties (manitoba@arocha.ca)
• Ensure your email subject line clearly refers to the Conservation Science Assistant position.
• Ensure your name and the position title are included in the PDF file name.
• Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

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February 15, 2024
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  • Green Jobs

Sustainable Transportation Program Coordinator – Green Action Centre

Green Action Centre seeks Sustainable Transportation Program Coordinator (Commuter Challenge and Workplace Commuter Options)
Title: Sustainable Transportation Coordinator
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Term: 1 part-time position at 21 hours per week (may expand to full-time depending on funding) Salary: $20.52/hr
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m. CDT on February 11th, 2024
Green Action Centre seeks an independent, energetic and well-organized individual to join our sustainable transportation team.
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Programs: Sustainable Transportation programs at Green Action Centre include Active and Safe Routes to School, Commuter Challenge, and Workplace Commuter Options.
Position Description: This position will focus on engaging workplaces, employees and community organizations to make active and green transportation options both appealing and within reach. The coordinator supports Green Action Centre’s goals of reducing Manitoba’s environmental impacts and related GHG emissions from driving personal vehicles by increasing walking, cycling, public transit and carpooling as preferred and accessible modes of travel.
Key priorities:
● Organize and promote our annual Commuter Challenge event in June and our Jack Frost Challenge in February
● Assist with the delivery of our Workplace Commuter Options program (WCO), specifically amplifying our province-wide ridematching tool, GoManitoba
Background: Green Action Centre is an environmental, non-profit organization based in Winnipeg and serving Manitoba. We are a registered charity, governed by an elected board of directors, with a core group of passionate, dedicated staff. We promote greener living through environmental education and encourage practical green solutions for households, workplaces, schools and communities. Our primary areas of focus are green commuting, composting and waste reduction, sustainable living, and resource conservation. We also run a social enterprise, Compost Winnipeg, which collects commercial and residential organic waste in Winnipeg. We are located in the heart of downtown. Our office is located on Treaty 1 territory and the homeland of the Métis Nation.
Responsibilities
In collaboration with the Sustainable Transportation team, the Coordinator will have the following duties and responsibilities:
(1) Commuter Challenge and Jack Frost Challenge:
○ Develop a work plan based on the timeline and activities of prior years
○ Coordinate and build participation in the Jack Frost Challenge in February; and recruit and build workplace participation in the Commuter Challenge, including connecting with 300+ participating workplaces
○ Sponsorship management, both maintaining existing sponsorship relationships, and developing new marketing and partnership opportunities
○ Promote Challenge events, including overseeing print and electronic advertising and securing media coverage
○ Secure and manage distribution of prizes for participants, including soliciting donations for prizes from local businesses
○ Work with event firm to help coordinate logistics for Commuter Challenge key event activities, such as the event media launch and the awards luncheon
○ Maintain participation and event records and prepare reports for funders and sponsors
○ Speak to media outlets and publications about current projects when requested. May include radio, live TV and pre recorded news stories
○ Manage the project budgets and monitor expenses to ensure budget is on track
○ Prepare and distribute a follow up survey for Commuter Challenge workplace coordinators, and respond to information requests
○ Willingness to collaborate with other coordinators on a variety of projects ○ Other duties, as assigned
(2) Workplace Commuter Options Program
○ Work with the team to coordinate and deliver workshops, presentations, half-day training sessions and keynote speaker events tailored to workplace ambassadors from a variety of organizations, specifically sustainability, wellness and HR managers; program content focused on Transportation Demand Management (TDM) initiatives, transit tools, bike route planning, site assessment, and behavioral change theory
○ Support the promotion of and increased participation in Green Action Centre’s GoManitoba ridematching app, including contests to increase new users and subscribers, and outreach to workplaces to increase workplaces with sub-sites
○ Assist with the delivery and reporting of employee commuting surveys, working closely with workplace representatives and IT consultants
○ Staff displays and delivers presentations, including participation in events put on by Bike Week, the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown BIZ, etc.
○ Contribute to the broader portfolio of Green Action Centre’s work to help Manitobans live green and live well
○ Other duties, as assigned
Key Qualifications:
● Knowledge of sustainable transportation (green commuting and active transportation)
● Experience working collaboratively, specifically at the community level and/or with non-profits
● Minimum 2 years experience in program delivery and/or event planning and project coordination, including budgeting
● Strong communications experience, including media campaigns and event promotion
● Takes initiative and is proactive in starting and maintaining tasks
● Demonstrated ability in public speaking, and with presentations and displays
● Strong written and verbal communication skills, with ability to create compelling and well written materials for various audiences
● Demonstrated ability in working with sponsors and partners
● Active knowledge and comfort with the use of WordPress, Mailchimp and social media
● Above average attentiveness to detail
● Strong interpersonal skills, team player
● Organized, deadline driven and excellent time management skills
● Able to work independently and without close supervision
Assets:
● Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Urban Planning, or related field ● Diploma or certificate in creative communications or social media marketing
● Experience in facilitation, partnership development, and working with diverse communities
● Knowledgeable about rural/northern Manitoba communities
● Knowledge of local and provincial sustainability and environmental issues
● Ability to speak and write in French
Attributes
● Self-driven and proactive; goes the extra distance to get something done
● Professional, punctual, and reliable
● Positive, values driven; inspires others, and actions align with our mission
● Innovative, resourceful and focused on solutions
Working conditions
● Position is based in Green Action Centre’s office at 286 Smith St #300, Winnipeg
● Regular office hours, with some evenings and weekends required in times of heavy deadlines or for special events (following public health guidelines)
● Must be comfortable working in an open office environment and spending significant time at a desk working with a computer
● Option of hybrid working conditions is available
Diversity and Inclusion
Green Action Centre is committed to being an inclusive organization and is working to better reflect and represent the diversity of the communities we serve. We encourage members from the following communities to apply and self declare in your application:
● Indigenous, Black, People of Colour
● Immigrant or refugee
● People with disabilities
● LGBT2SQ+
Being a member of an equity group is among our hiring selection criteria. Your declaration of membership in any of these groups will remain confidential.
Position & Application Details
Term: Anticipated start early March, 2024. The position reports directly to the Sustainable Transportation Team Lead and to the Executive Director.
Remuneration: $20.52/hr based on a 21 hour work week with the possibility of expanding to full time depending on funding. Green Action Centre provides a flexible schedule, includes a Winnipeg Transit EcoPass (or financial equivalent for walking/biking) as part of our“Active Transportation Benefit” policy, and provides a Health & Benefits program (after 3 months employment).
Deadline: 4:00 p.m. CDT, Sunday, February 11th, 2024 or until a suitable candidate is found.
To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter to hiring@greenactioncentre.ca with “Sustainable Transportation Program Coordinator” in the subject heading. Applications will be accepted until the deadline by email only.
Please note to be an eligible candidate you must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have Canadian refugee status. Candidates of all ages are encouraged to apply. However, please note in your application if you are a post-secondary graduate between 18-30 years of age, which qualifies you for Eco Canada’s wage subsidy program.
While we thank all applicants for their interest in the position, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
For more information on Green Action Centre and our programs, please explore our website at www.greenactioncentre.ca.

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January 18, 2024
  • Green Jobs

Communications and Engagement Coordinator – Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective

The COMMUNICATIONS and ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR support a variety of communications and work to increase member participation in the collective. Successful candidates must show a thorough understanding of Indigenous communities around Lake Winnipeg.

Member Engagement

  • Develop and implement strategies for strengthening membership engagement.

  • Promote the collective’s vision and values to potential members.

  • Coordinate and publish our quarterly member newsletter.

  • Keep track of member information and feedback.

Events coordination 

  • Plan and implementing Indigenous water gatherings and other events.

  • Coordinate community engagement activities, including surveys and meetings.

Public outreach and Communications

  • Update and grow our social media presence.

  • Write and create public education materials highlighting key issues.

  • Keep our website updated and fresh.

  • Support production of our podcast – Niipowitamok/Nipowitan.

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