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Program Support and Education Coordinator
Location: Prince George
Funded by Service Canada Summer Jobs program
Employment period: ~ May 27 - August 30
Pay: $11 per hour (35 hours / week for 14 weeks)
Selected job tasks:
The Northern Bear Awareness Society (NBAS) has a summer job available for a student, age 15-30 years, who will be returning to their studies in 2013/2014. It is desirable for the applicant to have a strong background or interest in wildlife with particular attention to black bears. You will also be working closely with the WildSafeBC Coordinator during public events throughout the summer where our information booth will be set up. The individual should be well organized and be willing to contribute to other areas such as fund raising events and attend monthly NBAS meetings. You should be comfortable with audiences and the public, and be able to work both with others and unspervised. Competency in basic computer use, and knowledge of office software and/or mapping software are additional assets. You should be able to work from home and ideally have a personal vehicle that can be used for work activities.
To apply and for further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send resume and statement of interest
Application deadline: May 20 (or when job is filled)