Maplewood Flats is Hiring!

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Maplewood Flats is Hiring!

Maplewood Flats is Hiring!

Do you want to work in conservation & reconciliation at Maplewood Flats?
Habitat restoration crew at the Park Street Marsh, The Conservation Area 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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