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Maplewood Flats is Hiring!

Do you want to work in conservation & reconciliation at Maplewood Flats?

Wild Bird Trust of BC is hiring and we are looking for hardworking, creative, progressive people  (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) ages 19–30 years to work in a range of roles. WBT manages the Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats in the heart of Tsleil-Waututh lands and waters. We strongly encourage applications by Coast Salish People.

We have again teamed up with Canada Summer Jobs to offer a dynamic mix of positions in outdoor and indoor work supporting education, restoration and communications. While observing protocols that ensure health and safety of workers during Covid-19, we will adjust schedules and work set-ups that include a mix of in-person/on site and online engagement with the use of digital tools, remote and telework options for project and program delivery. 

START DATE JUNE 7, 14 weeks at 20 hrs/wk per contract ($5040). 

Apply NOW via email: jobs@wildbirdtrust.org include a cover letter and resume (PDF or Word) with the subject header: <“JOB TITLE” you are applying for>

See below for Position Titles and Descriptions

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