The Nature Trust of British Columbia is a leader in land conservation in the province. We conserve and care for BC’s most critical natural habitats for vulnerable wildlife and plants. Since 1971 we have protected more than 175,000 acres (71,000 hectares) with our partners. In order to help care for the land, we hire Conservation Youth Crews each summer to undertake land management activities on our conservation properties.
Update: No longer accepting applications for this position.
We are currently hiring Lower Mainland Conservation Youth Crew Members.
We seek two Lower Mainland Conservation Crew members to assist in maintaining and monitoring 20 properties in the Lower Mainland between Hope and Squamish and on the Sunshine Coast. As a crew member, you will accompany the crew supervisor in assessing, inventorying, restoring and monitoring each property depending on specific property requirements. There will be opportunities to engage with volunteers, participate in educational stewardship events, pursue research projects and promote the work of The Nature Trust of BC.
This position is a great place to gain experience in conservation land management with an organization that has a strong reputation for conserving diverse wildlife habitat across BC.
View the full job posting, including complete information on requirements, wage and work term.
Email your cover letter and resume to:
- Samantha Penner, Lower Mainland Field Operations Technician: email@example.com
Applications will be accepted until March 11, 2019.
Thank you for your interest. Only those short listed for the position will be contacted.