Job opportunitiesPossibilité d’emploi d’été – Adjoint(e) en engagement communautaire
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CPAWS Yukon is one of 13 Chapters of the Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society (CPAWS). The Yukon Chapter was founded in 1993 by a group of Yukon citizens committed to safeguarding Yukon’s wild lands, waters and wildlife. Currently our major focus is protection of the Peel River Watershed.
Reporting to the Admin/Finance Manager this position has two major focuses: office admin. functions (administer mail, membership, office supplies, maintain campaign activity log, digital photo files, Quickbooks data entry, petty cash & VISA reconciliations, deposits) and program support/outreach (run weekly Fireweed summer market booth, tabling at community events, organizing other CPAWS events)
Compensation: 25 hrs/wk at $18 to $22/hrCPAWS-BC Executive Director
Are you passionate about protecting B.C.’s wilderness and oceans? The BC Chapter of Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS-BC) is a long established environmental organization with multiple ongoing campaigns, programs and coalitions and we are seeking a dynamic leader for the role of Executive Director. We have been protecting wilderness in every corner of B.C. and deep into the ocean since 1963, giving us 51 years of successful conservation experience.Conservation Manager/Executive Director
Chapter: Northern Alberta
CPAWS NAB is seeking a dynamic, results-oriented individual to provide strategic leadership to the chapter. This position reports directly to the chapter’s Board of Directors and has a strong conservation focus in its daily work. The chapter is exploring two different operational models for this position: a full-time Conservation Manager or a part-time Executive Director. Only one of the two positions will be hired based on the qualifications of the ‘best fit’ candidate. CPAWS NAB is a well-established, conservation group that engages with governments, industry, and the Canadian public, and is the pre-eminent voice for protecting wilderness and biodiversity in the northern two-thirds of Alberta.