Here’s your chance to join a dynamic and passionate team while contributing to the environmental movement!

Employer:
New Brunswick Environmental Network, a non-profit, bilingual communication network linking over 100 environmental groups across the province. The network is the heartbeat of the environmental movement, with a mission “to encourage and facilitate networking and communication among member groups in order to advance their work, to protect the Earth, to promote ecologically sound ways of life and to strengthen the environmental movement in New Brunswick.”

Salary: $12.00 / hour for 37.5 hours per week

Term of employment: Summer student position with a flexible start date finishing by August 25, 2017; Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 with occasional evenings and weekend work

Location: Moncton, New Brunswick

Position Requirements: To be eligible for this position you must:

  • have been a full-time student in the semester preceding the job
  • intend to return to full-time studies in the semester following the job

Position’s Duties and Responsibilities:

The Health & Education Programs Assistant will assist in the implementation of a number of projects designed to (1) develop engagement in sustainability education initiatives, and (2) to promote children’s environmental health.  Other duties related to stakeholder engagement in environmental issues may be assigned. 

Requirements:
• Organizational and coordination skills
• Strong oral and written communications skills in English and French
• Strong computer skills
• Out-going and personable

Assets:
• Capable of working in a flexible work environment
• Ability to work independently but also a co-operative team player
• Quick learner and a highly motivated self-starter
• Creative and resourceful
• Background in the environmental or non-profit sector
• Interest in or passion for environmental issues

How to Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Raissa Marks, Executive Director, nben@nben.ca

Application deadline: Monday, April 24, 2017

While the New Brunswick Environmental Network appreciates all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Here’s your chance to join a dynamic and passionate team while contributing to the environmental movement!

Employer:
New Brunswick Environmental Network, a non-profit, bilingual communication network linking over 100 environmental groups across the province. The network is the heartbeat of the environmental movement, with a mission “to encourage and facilitate networking and communication among member groups in order to advance their work, to protect the Earth, to promote ecologically sound ways of life and to strengthen the environmental movement in New Brunswick.”


Salary:
$12.00 / hour for 37.5 hours per week


Term of employment:
Summer student position with a flexible start date finishing by August 25, 2017; Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 with occasional evenings and weekend work


Location:
Moncton, New Brunswick


Position Requirements:
To be eligible for this position you must:

  • have been a full-time student in the semester preceding the job

  • intend to return to full-time studies in the semester following the job

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance to NBEN member groups in communicating with other community environmental groups both provincially and nationally

  • Prepare and distribute regular e-mail correspondence to NBEN members regarding upcoming opportunities, special events, and news-worthy items

  • Update the NBEN’s brochures and other promotional material to reflect recent developments within the organization

  • Assist in the coordination of the NBEN’s Eco-Confluence, an event that will bring together community environmental groups, New Brunswick youth, Francophone and Anglophone New Brunswickers, and aboriginals to discuss and explore community involvement in environmental issues

  • Assist in expanding the NBEN website’s interactive potential

  • Assist in the coordination meetings and teleconferences.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 Requirements:

• Organizational and coordination skills

• Strong oral and written communications skills in English and French

• Strong computer skills

• Out-going and personable


Assets:

• Capable of working in a flexible work environment

• Ability to work independently but also a co-operative team player

• Quick learner and a highly motivated self-starter

• Creative and resourceful

• Background in the environmental or non-profit sector

• Interest in or passion for environmental issues


How to Apply:
Please send resume and cover letter to Raissa Marks, Executive Director, nben@nben.ca


Application deadline: 
Monday, April 24, 2017 


While the New Brunswick Environmental Network appreciates all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Research Manager

ECHO Network (Environment, Community, Health Observatory)

5-Year Term Position*

Position Summary

A Research Manager (RM) is required for the ECHO Network which is a 5-year research program that brings together national and international partners to: (1) create and operate an Environment, Community, Health Observatory (ECHO) that strengthens intersectoral capacity to understand and respond to health impacts of resource development, and (2) use the ECHO platform to help regional programs make critical decisions on cumulative determinants of health that cannot be achieved by the health sector alone.

The RM will support the ECHO Network to turn the research plan into accountable and effective action through a wide variety of operational, research, and administrative support services which include: project and financial management; organizational development; and supervisory tasks. The RM will be a leader who ensures that project activities are consistent with the research plan; detects and reduces risks to the project, including conflict management; facilitates and coordinates projects activities; and leads on communicating project activities and results internally as well as to the funder and other relevant knowledge users.

* The RM Position is a full-time position (35 hours a week) for 5 years subject to a 3-month trial period, annual reviews and ongoing funding. The position must be held in Prince George, BC.

The project management office will be located at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) under the supervision of project co-lead, Dr. Margot Parkes, in close collaboration with other project leads.

Project Background

The ECHO Network: (1) is an interdisciplinary group of over 50 people across Canada including experienced health, environmental and social science researchers and practitioners; and (2) includes four regional cases (in New Brunswick, Alberta, British Columbia and Northern BC). In each regional case, knowledge-users have identified decision-support needs that demand a better integration of environment, community and health impacts. Regional cases involve a combination of health, environment and community organisations, linked with researchers at UNBC, Université de Moncton, University of Alberta, and Simon Fraser University. The project is administered through UNBC. The ECHO will provide tools and processes that connect people to a network of information, practices and people to develop a shared perspective and more
effective responses to the cumulative impacts of resource development. The research will involve four components, each linked to specific objectives, mentorship and capacity building processes over five years. The ECHO Network also involves a wider network of collaborations and partnerships across other parts of Canada and internationally.

Duties and Responsibilities

Leadership: The RM will work collaboratively with the research team to ensure that the objectives of the project are met; participate in the hiring of research staff and trainees, providing them with mentorship, leadership and supervision; provide training to research assistants and other personnel (e.g. related to computer programs, data analysis, interviewing); and foster constructive collaborative relationships and interactions with research partners, spanning government, community, First Nations and research colleagues.
Management: The RM’s key management responsibilities are to: track project progress against objectives; detect, evaluate and remedy deviations from the project plan and project conflicts; monitor the project status and prepare status reports; facilitate and actively participate in team meetings (e.g. providing regular updates on research activities); interface with relevant universities, institutions and other partners to harmonize and troubleshoot institutional needs for ethics, financial accountability, and other various tasks; monitor and manage research budget and implement cost-effective measures to optimize budget; human resource management of project staff; office management including maintenance of project files and resources; and daily management of research activities and budget.
Communication: The RM will coordinate knowledge translation and exchange activities throughout the research, with responsibilities to; organize meetings and outreach activities with relevant research partners; contribute to generating updates, preparing reports and publications; establish effective communications with project staff and research leads; and ensure timely notification of project leads regarding issues, problems and opportunities.

Qualifications and Experience

This position requires a strong networking background with experience in research implementation, building relationships with diverse research partners, knowledge translation and exchange, as well as excellent leadership, communication, and organizational skills. We are interested in candidates with demonstrated expertise in environment, community and health services fields and ability to work with colleagues from different disciplines and sectors. Preference will be given to those with experience in research team management. Additional qualifications include:
• Masters degree and/or relevant work experience
• Six years of recent, related experience
• Strong understanding of challenges implementing and integrating qualitative and quantitative research approaches
• Experience managing multi-year projects and/or networks that involve multiple partners from different sectors and institutions
• Experience with research ethics requirements
• Significant leadership and management experience in financial management, supervision, and project management, implementation, analysis, report/grant writing
• Exceptional communication skills, both in writing and verbally, and including the ability to chair committees/meetings and present findings/results. Being able to communicate both in French and English will be considered an asset.
• Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective and constructive relationships and strategic partnerships with internal and external stakeholders
• Demonstrated leadership and/or mentoring skills
• Strong organizational and project management skills and ability to prioritize multiple requests and meet tight deadlines in a dynamic environment.

Salary will commensurate with experience.

Deadline for Applications is Thursday February 16th. Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, and names of three references to:
Margot W Parkes, MBChB, MAS, PhD
Canada Research Chair in Health, Ecosystems and Society
Associate Professor, School of Health Sciences,
University of Northern British Columbia,
3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, V2N 4Z9, Canada
Traditional Territory of the Lheidli T’enneh
Tel: +1(250) 960-681, Fax: +1(250) 960-5744
Email: parkesm@unbc.ca, www.unbc.ca/parkes and ecohealthkta.net
The Ville Cooperative and Falls Brook Centre are seeking a Lead Instructor to complete the final phase of planning and the execution of an Urban Agriculture educational series running from November 7, 2016 to February 10, 2017. The Lead Instructor will report to the Executive Director of Falls Brook Centre and be responsible for the planning, teaching, and evaluation of the course and the participants. This is a 15-week contract with the possibility of extension. There will be an assistant experienced in urban agriculture to support the Lead Instructor throughout.

  Within this contract period, your responsibilities will be as follows:


Program Planning:

·         Meeting with partners to review program content and specific objectives

·         Creating and finalizing lesson plans

·         Curating and collating course materials

·         Confirming guest instructors and field trips

·         Other program development as required

Program Delivery:

·         Delivering educational programming, not limited to the following topics:

o   General Principles of Organic Agriculture

o   Organic Garden Planning

o   Soil Management

o   Pest and Weed Management

o   Preserving

o   Seed Saving

o   Seed Starting

o   Livestock Production

o   Permaculture Design

o   Hydroponics

o   Aquaponics

o   Spin farming

o   Business Planning and Management

o   Marketing

·         Delivering educational programming and assessing participant understanding through a variety of hands-on activities, on-farm observations, written assignments, and workshops

·         Providing participants with appropriate selected readings, examples of soil/compost analyses, and samples of insects, weeds, and diseased plants

·         Facilitating individual and group learning throughout the program by building relationships with students and establishing a positive learning environment


Program and Student Evaluation:

·           Developing, delivering, and marking final exams

·           Ensuring that participants have a good understanding of the philosophy and practicalities of urban agriculture

·           Report and grant application writing as necessary

·           Preparations for future courses


Eligibility:

·         Must be legally entitled to work in Canada

·         Bilingualism (English and French) is preferred, however written and spoken proficiency in English is required

·         Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Education or a related field and experience teaching adults and facilitating adult education OR a Certificate in Adult Education and a minimum of one year’s work experience

·         Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is essential

·         Applicants must possess a valid Driver’s License and be willing to travel when necessary

·         Applicants should possess the following behavioural competencies: flexibility, teamwork and cooperation, relationship building, listening, understanding and responding, conceptual thinking and information seeking. Other important competencies are: excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to plan and organize effectively, an understanding of adult education principles, respect for cultural diversity, and the ability to use a variety of teaching/learning strategies.

 
Applications should consist of a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three references, contained within a single .pdf named in the following format: LeadInstructorApplicantName.pdf. Please send applications to executivedirector@fallsbrookcentre.ca with the following subject line: NBUAP Lead Instructor Application. Only those selected for interview will be contacted.

  The Ville Cooperative and Falls Brook Centre do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, colour, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. Members of any minority group are encouraged to apply.

Communications Coordinator –

Organization: Nature NB

Location: Flexible

Start Date: September 2016

Duration: 6 month contract with possibility of continuation depending on interest and funding

Nature NB is currently seeking a Communications Coordinator to assist in developing and implementing a communications plans and to manage all communications, public relations, and marketing activities.

Responsibilities:

General:

·         Oversee the development and implementation of the strategic communications plan and guidelines

·         Support fundraising, stewardship, and other events, as needed, including planning and promotion of events.

·         Manage various education, outreach, and fundraising projects, including the annual Festival of Nature.

·         Support the Executive Director, Stewardship, Species at Risk and Education coordinators as needed.

·         Represent and promote Nature NB at events, such as fairs and trade shows, as opportunities arise.

·         Support volunteer and staff editorial committees of The NB Naturalist and Nature Kids NB publications

Media relations:

·         Develop and distribute media advisories and media releases for program and project announcements and other newsworthy events/activities.

·         Coordinate media requests and facilitating interviews for staff and board members, as well as performing media interviews, as required.

·         Develop positive relationships with print and online media outlets locally, regionally, and provincially and maintain media contact database

·         Monitoring and tracking media coverage, compiling media scrapbook, and filing digitally on database.

Social media / online communications:

·         Plan, develop, and schedule original, interesting, and relevant messages for various social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, to communicate mission and mandate to the public, as well as inform them about projects, activities, and events.

·         Plan, develop, and distribute monthly electronic newsletter, as well as update electronic mailing list on a regular basis.

·         Update website, using Wordpress content management system.

·         Observe social media trends and make recommendations for new opportunities for the Nature NB, as needed.

Design and branding:

·         Ensure the Nature NB brand is represented properly in all communications and outreach materials.

·         Design and develop informational and promotional materials such as banners, posters, brochures, fact sheets, t-shirts, and publications.

Required skills, education, and relevant experience:

·         A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing or equivalent work experience.

·         Strong interest in and passion for nature and conservation.

·         Proficient with Microsoft Office and desktop publishing software (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator).

·         Experience working in a non-profit setting.

·         Excellent written and verbal communications skills.

·         Comfortable in leadership position and experience with public speaking.

·         Independent and self-motivated.

·         Resourceful and diplomatic.

·         Detail-oriented, with strong proofreading abilities.

·         Strong research skills.

·         Valid class 5 driver’s license.

·         Excellent organizational and time management skills, with ability to multitask.

·         Team player who works well with others and has the ability to develop and maintain positive partnerships.

·         Fluent bilingualism in English and French is an asset.

Work environment:

The Communications Coordinator can expect a fast-paced work environment with the need to manage several projects and/or duties at once. Frequent in-province and some out-of-province travel is necessary. The Communications Coordinator must be willing to work on weekends at times.

About Nature NB: We are a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to celebrate, conserve and protect New Brunswick’s natural heritage, through education, networking and collaboration. Founded in 1972 as the New Brunswick Federation of Naturalists, the organization is presently comprised of a dozen naturalist clubs and hundreds of members across the province. In addition to encouraging a better understanding of the natural environment and awakening concern for our province’s natural heritage, Nature NB recognizes the importance of actions to preserve and maintain that natural heritage. We achieve both through various programs for youth and adults, and through the development of educational materials.

To Apply: To apply, send your cover letter and resumé to executive.director@naturenb.ca by September 11th, 2016 at 5 pm (AST). No phone calls.

La Coalition pour la viabilité de l’environnement de Shippagan et les Iles Miscou Lamèque (http://www.environnementlamequeshippaganmiscou.ca/) est un organisme sans but lucratif dont le mandat est de mettre en valeur et de protéger l'écosystème de la région. Cet organisme est en restructuration depuis 2015. Un plan d’action a été rédigé et est disponible sur demande.  

Date de tombée des demandes : le 31aout 2016

Début de l’emploi : septembre 2016

Lieu d’emploi : Shippagan (Nouveau Brunswick); possibilité de travailler depuis le domicile (conditions à spécifier).

Salaire horaire : 15 $ de l’heure (bonification possible)

Nature de l’emploi : Contrat de 4 mois, à 35h /semaine avec possibilité de prolongation selon la disponibilité des fonds. Un poste à temps partiel peut être considéré si préféré par le(la) candidat(e)

Horaire: Heures ouvrables régulières 35 h/sem., avec des travaux occasionnels durant les fins de semaine et durant la soirée.

Principaux mandats

Sous la supervision des membres du conseil d’administration le coordonnateur/la coordinatrice aura pour principales tâches :

-          Organiser l’AGA (octobre 2016)

-          Développer une stratégie de financement de l’organisation à travers la rédaction de demandes de subvention (ex : EcoAction, Fonds Fiducie de la Faune, Fonds Fiducie de l’Environnement…)

-          Développer des outils facilitant le réseautage et la visibilité de l’organisation (carnet de contacts, création de liste d’envoi, site Internet à mettre à jour…)

-          S’impliquer dans la consolidation de l’événement annuelle « Ecofestival Péninsule Acadienne »

-          Répondre aux demandes du public


Profil recherché :

-       Posséder une formation collégiale ou universitaire en biologie, environnement, géographie ou dans un autre domaine lié à l’emploi

-       Posséder une excellente capacité d’organisation et faire preuve d’autonomie

-       Détenir de bonnes aptitudes en rédaction et en communication orale

-       Posséder une expérience en rédaction de demandes de subvention (si possible dans le   domaine de l’environnement)

-       Être familier avec le fonctionnement des organismes sans but lucratif, si possible en environnement et au Nouveau-Brunswick

-       Faire preuve d’initiative, de polyvalence et de dynamisme

-       Connaître les logiciels informatiques usuels (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)

-       Connaissance pratique de l’anglais (un atout)

-       Posséder un permis de conduire et disposer d'une voiture (un atout)

Pour postuler (Date limite : 31 août 2016)

Veuillez faire parvenir une lettre de présentation et votre curriculum vitae incluant deux références par courriel à l’attention de :

Monsieur Daniel Hétu,

Secrétaire de la Coalition pour la viabilité de l’environnement de Shippagan et les Iles Miscou Lamèque : daniel.hetu@nb.sympatico.ca

Pour information (à partir du 8 aout) : julie.guillemot@umoncton.ca

Seules les personnes retenues pour une entrevue seront contactées.

Employment with The Friends of the Kouchibouguacis Inc.

**Environmental technician**

Resumes must be received by August 19th 2016, 12:00 (Noon). See addresses indicated below!

Description: Environmental Technician. Candidate must have experience in coordinating special activities for education and awareness and write activity reports related to environmental work/research. The candidate must also have field work experience such as using sampling equipment, and collecting scientific data. The candidate must have high school diploma (or equivalent), have knowledge on trees / shrubs native to this area, be able to work independently and be part of a team, have leadership and organization skills. Must also have basic computer skills in Word and Excel. The spoken and written English and French are required. Treatment will be based on requirements. Salary: To be discussed depending on experience and skills. Length of Employment: Seasonal 21 weeks on an annual basis with the possibility of extension (depending on the project).
Please send resume to kouchib6@nb.aibn.com

Project officer - integrating ecosystem services into landuse planning

Nature NB is looking for a dynamic, and creative individual who is passionate about the environment and landuse planning. The successful candidate will possess strong technical knowledge of computers, have some background in GIS, some experience in landuse planning would be an asset. He/she will have experience and knowledge in biology or ecology, and will demonstrate interest and knowledge of environmental issues. Specific skills and knowledge of climate change adaptation, ecosystem services, and environmental non-profit organizations are assets but not requirements of the position.

Project Description:

As climate change impacts are forecast to increase the risks from coastal storm surges, inland flood events, drought events, as well as placing increased stressors on ecosystems, land use planning that incorporates ecosystem services and functions, can reduce human exposure to those risks and can play a significant role in community resilience. The project represents a grassroots, hands on, practical approach that is grown out of a need to reduce the deterioration of ecosystems while addressing risks that climate change impacts pose to human health and safety. In addition to developing a methodology, we will raise awareness about using ecosystem services in climate change adaptation, especially flood risk reduction. We will best management practices on how to incorporate ecosystem services into adaptation decision-making, and work with landuse planners to incorporate ecosystem assets into landuse planning, focusing on flood risk reduction. The long-term benefit will be an increased resiliency of communities and environments, reduced costs for the implementation of adaptation measures (using ecosystem-based adaptation where appropriate and feasible), an appreciation for and maintenance and restoration of ecosystem services (water quality, biodiversity, habitats), and a reduction in stressors on ecosystems.

Full job description and how to apply visit our website


Green Eye is creating thriving, sustainable communities through education focused on community, food security and environment.


There is still time to apply for this full-time position! Get your resumes in to Laura ASAP and we can build something together!


INTERNSHIP POSITION

Position: Upper Petitcodiac River Valley Community Food Action INTERNSHIP

Type: Internship

Salary: $15/hr, Full time

Organization: Green Eye Cooperative Ltd.  

Location: Petitcodiac, NB


Green Internship Job Description

Office is available Petitcodiac, however location is flexible and work from home may be accommodated. Some travel may be required. Full-time, flexible schedule may include evenings and weekends.

Starting as soon as possible till March 31, 2017 with possibility of extension.


Job Purpose

This internship position is intended to provide support to various Green Eye Coop projects impacting community, environment and food security. This position will require and a love of learning and passion for making a difference.


For all the details or to apply, contact laura@greeneyecoop.com and visit  http://greeneyecoop.com/2016/07/02/job-opportunity/ 


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From: http://www.naturetrust.nb.ca/wp/blog/communications-coordinator/ 
Location: Fredericton, NB, Canada

Start Date: July 4, 2016    

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week

Position overview: The main role of the Communications Coordinator is to oversee the implementation of the Nature Trust of New Brunswick’s strategic communications plan and manage all communications, public relations, and marketing activities. This position is highly important to the Nature Trust, as they are primarily responsible for communicating the organization’s mission, vision, and values to internal and external audiences. The Communications Coordinator is also responsible for managing and/or supporting several outreach and education projects. The Communications Coordinator is supervised by the Executive Director and the Communications Committee, facilitating 3-4 committee meetings per year.

Responsibilities:

General:

  • Oversee the implementation of the strategic communications plan and guidelines in conjunction with the Communications Committee.
  • Plan committee meetings, prepare agendas, and record meeting minutes.
  • Prepare reports for the committee to update the Board of Directors on communications activities.
  • Develop, design, and oversee printing for print newsletter ‘Refuge’ and Annual Report.
  • Support fundraising, stewardship, and other events, as needed, including planning and promotion of events.
  • Manage various education, outreach, and fundraising projects, including the annual fundraiser.
  • Supervise interns and volunteers.
  • Support the Executive Director, administration, stewardship, and conservation departments, as needed.
  • Represent and promote Nature Trust at events, such as fairs and trade shows, as opportunities arise.
  • Work closely with Engagement Organizer to advance, apply and evaluate communication tools and their reach to clients.
Media relations:

  • Develop and distribute media advisories and media releases for conservation announcements, projects, and other newsworthy events/activities.
  • Coordinate media requests and facilitating interviews for staff and board members, as well as performing media interviews, as required.
  • Develop positive relationships with print and online media outlets locally, regionally, and provincially and maintain media contact database
  • Monitoring and tracking media coverage, compiling media scrapbook, and filing digitally on database.
Social media / online communications:

  • Plan, develop, and schedule original, interesting, and relevant messages for various social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, to communicate mission and mandate to the public, as well as inform them about projects, activities, and events.
  • Update visual appearance of social media channels, as needed.
  • Plan, develop, and distribute monthly electronic newsletter, as well as update electronic mailing list on a regular basis.
  • Update website, using WordPress content management system.
  • Observe social media trends and make recommendations for new opportunities for the Nature Trust, as needed.
Design and branding:

  • Ensure the Nature Trust brand is represented properly in all communications and outreach materials.
  • Design and develop informational and promotional materials such as banners, posters, brochures, fact sheets, t-shirts, and publications.
Required skills, education, and relevant experience:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing or equivalent.
  • Strong interest in and passion for environmental conservation.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office and desktop publishing software (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator).
  • Experience working in a non-profit setting.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
  • Comfortable in leadership position and experience with public speaking.
  • Independent and self-motivated.
  • Resourceful and diplomatic.
  • Detail-oriented, with strong proofreading abilities.
  • Strong research skills.
  • Valid class 5 driver’s license.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, with ability to multitask.
  • Team player who works well with others and has the ability to develop and maintain positive partnerships.
  • Fluent bilingualism in English and French is an asset.
Work environment:

The Communications Coordinator can expect a fast-paced work environment with the need to manage several projects and/or duties at once. Frequent in-province and some out-of-province travel is necessary. The Communications Coordinator must be willing to work on weekends at times.

To apply, send your cover letter and resumé to communications@ntnb.org by May 27, 2016 at 5 pm (AST).  No phone calls.
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http://www.naturetrust.nb.ca/wp/french/responsable-des-communications

Lieu de l’emploi: Fredericton, N.-B., Canada

Entrée en poste prévue le 4 juillet 2016

Vue d’ensemble : Le rôle principal du responsable des communications est de superviser la mise en œuvre du plan stratégique de communication de la Fondation et de gérer toutes les activités de marketing, de communication et de relations publiques. Ce poste est très important pour la Fondation, car celui-ci est responsable principalement de la communication de la mission, de la vision et des valeurs de l’organisation à des publics internes et externes. Le Coordinateur des communications est également responsable de gérer et/ou de soutenir les divers projets de participation communautaire et d’éducation. Le Responsable des communications est supervisé par le directeur exécutif et par le Comité des Communications, et doit préparer et animer les réunions de celui-ci qui ont lieu trois à quatre par an.

Tâches et responsabilités :

Général :

  • Superviser la mise en œuvre du plan stratégique de communication et des lignes directrices en collaboration avec le Comité des Communications.
  • Planifier les réunions du Comité, préparer l’ordre du jour et consigner les procès-verbaux.
  • Préparer des rapports pour le Comité afin d’informer le Conseil d’administration sur les activités de communication.
  • Élaborer, concevoir et superviser l’impression du Bulletin « Refuge » et du Rapport annuel.
  • Soutenir, au besoin, les activités de financement, d’intendance et autres événements, y compris la planification et la promotion de ces événements.
  • Gérer différents projets éducatifs, de promotion et de collecte de fonds, y compris la campagne annuelle de financement.
  • Superviser les stagiaires et les bénévoles.
  • Soutenir, selon les besoins, les départements de la direction, de l’administration, de la gestion des terres et de la conservation.
  • Représenter et promouvoir la Fondation lors d’événements, tels que les foires et les salons, lorsque l’occasion se présente.
  • Travailler en étroite collaboration avec l’Organisateur de la participation communautaire pour améliorer, appliquer et évaluer les outils de communication et leurs impacts sur les clients.

Relations avec les médias :

  • Élaborer et envoyer des communiqués de presse et des avis aux médias pour les annonces reliés à la conservation, à des projets et à d’autres activités dignes d’intérêt.
  • Coordonner les demandes des médias et faciliter les entrevues pour le personnel et les membres du Conseil d’administration, en plus de répondre soi-même, si besoin est, à certaines entrevues.
  • Établir des relations positives avec la presse et les médias en ligne au niveau local, régional et provincial et maintenir une base de données des contacts dans ces médias.
  • Surveiller et suivre la couverture médiatique, compiler un recueil de coupures de presse et s’occuper des archives numériques de cette couverture.

Médias sociaux / communications en ligne:

  • Planifier, élaborer et prévoir des messages originaux, intéressants et pertinents en utilisant les médias sociaux, notamment Facebook, Twitter et Instagram, afin de communiquer au public la mission et le mandat et de les informer des projets, des activités et des événements présents et futurs.
  • Mettre à jour, selon les besoins, l’apparence visuelle des différents médias sociaux.
  • Planifier, développer et distribuer le bulletin électronique mensuel, et mettre à jour sur une base régulière la liste d’envois électroniques.
  • Mettre à jour le site Web, à l’aide du système de gestion de contenu WordPress.
  • Observer les tendances des médias sociaux et formuler, au besoin, des recommandations sur de nouvelles possibilités pour la Fondation.

Conception et stratégie de marque :

  • S’assurer que l’image de la marque de la Fondation est correctement représentée dans tout le matériel de promotion et de diffusion.
  • Concevoir et développer du matériel d’information et de promotion tels que des bannières, des affiches, des brochures, des feuillets de renseignements, des t-shirts et d’autres publications.

Qualifications requises, éducation et expérience :

  • Baccalauréat en communications, en marketing ou dans une autre discipline connexe.
  • Fort intérêt et passion pour la préservation de l’environnement.
  • Maîtrise des logiciels de publication assistée par ordinateur (PAO) (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop et Illustrator) et des logiciels de bureautique (Microsoft Office).
  • Expérience professionnelle dans un milieu à but non lucratif.
  • Excellentes compétences en communication écrite et verbale.
  • Être à l’aise dans une position de leader et avoir de l’expérience dans l’art de parler en public.
  • Être indépendant et motivé.
  • Être débrouillard et diplomate.
  • Avoir le souci des détails, tout en ayant de fortes capacités de relecture.
  • Avoir de solides compétences en recherche.
  • Détenir un permis de conduire valide de classe 5.
  • Avoir le sens de l’organisation et pouvoir effectuer plusieurs tâches en même temps.
  • Avoir l’esprit d’équipe ainsi que la capacité à pouvoir bien travailler avec d’autres personnes et à développer et maintenir des relations positives.
  • Une excellente maîtrise du français et de l’anglais serait un atout.

Environnement de travail :

Le responsable des communications peut s’attendre à un milieu de travail dynamique au rythme soutenu avec la nécessité de gérer plusieurs projets et/ou tâches à la fois. Des déplacements fréquents dans la province et quelques-uns hors-province seront nécessaire. Le responsable des communications doit être disposé par moments à travailler la fin de semaine.

Pour postuler, veuillez envoyer une lettre de motivation et votre curriculum vitae à communications@ntnb.org avant le vendredi 27 mai 2016 à 17h00 (HNA). Veuillez ne pas telephone.

Lieu de l’emploi: Fredericton, N.-B., Canada

Entrée en poste prévue le 4 juillet 2016

Vue d’ensemble : Le rôle principal du responsable des communications est de superviser la mise en œuvre du plan stratégique de communication de la Fondation et de gérer toutes les activités de marketing, de communication et de relations publiques. Ce poste est très important pour la Fondation, car celui-ci est responsable principalement de la communication de la mission, de la vision et des valeurs de l’organisation à des publics internes et externes. Le Coordinateur des communications est également responsable de gérer et/ou de soutenir les divers projets de participation communautaire et d’éducation. Le Responsable des communications est supervisé par le directeur exécutif et par le Comité des Communications, et doit préparer et animer les réunions de celui-ci qui ont lieu trois à quatre par an.

Tâches et responsabilités :

Général :

  • Superviser la mise en œuvre du plan stratégique de communication et des lignes directrices en collaboration avec le Comité des Communications.
  • Planifier les réunions du Comité, préparer l’ordre du jour et consigner les procès-verbaux.
  • Préparer des rapports pour le Comité afin d’informer le Conseil d’administration sur les activités de communication.
  • Élaborer, concevoir et superviser l’impression du Bulletin « Refuge » et du Rapport annuel.
  • Soutenir, au besoin, les activités de financement, d’intendance et autres événements, y compris la planification et la promotion de ces événements.
  • Gérer différents projets éducatifs, de promotion et de collecte de fonds, y compris la campagne annuelle de financement.
  • Superviser les stagiaires et les bénévoles.
  • Soutenir, selon les besoins, les départements de la direction, de l’administration, de la gestion des terres et de la conservation.
  • Représenter et promouvoir la Fondation lors d’événements, tels que les foires et les salons, lorsque l’occasion se présente.
  • Travailler en étroite collaboration avec l’Organisateur de la participation communautaire pour améliorer, appliquer et évaluer les outils de communication et leurs impacts sur les clients.

Relations avec les médias :

  • Élaborer et envoyer des communiqués de presse et des avis aux médias pour les annonces reliés à la conservation, à des projets et à d’autres activités dignes d’intérêt.
  • Coordonner les demandes des médias et faciliter les entrevues pour le personnel et les membres du Conseil d’administration, en plus de répondre soi-même, si besoin est, à certaines entrevues.
  • Établir des relations positives avec la presse et les médias en ligne au niveau local, régional et provincial et maintenir une base de données des contacts dans ces médias.
  • Surveiller et suivre la couverture médiatique, compiler un recueil de coupures de presse et s’occuper des archives numériques de cette couverture.

Médias sociaux / communications en ligne:

  • Planifier, élaborer et prévoir des messages originaux, intéressants et pertinents en utilisant les médias sociaux, notamment Facebook, Twitter et Instagram, afin de communiquer au public la mission et le mandat et de les informer des projets, des activités et des événements présents et futurs.
  • Mettre à jour, selon les besoins, l’apparence visuelle des différents médias sociaux.
  • Planifier, développer et distribuer le bulletin électronique mensuel, et mettre à jour sur une base régulière la liste d’envois électroniques.
  • Mettre à jour le site Web, à l’aide du système de gestion de contenu WordPress.
  • Observer les tendances des médias sociaux et formuler, au besoin, des recommandations sur de nouvelles possibilités pour la Fondation.

Conception et stratégie de marque :

  • S’assurer que l’image de la marque de la Fondation est correctement représentée dans tout le matériel de promotion et de diffusion.
  • Concevoir et développer du matériel d’information et de promotion tels que des bannières, des affiches, des brochures, des feuillets de renseignements, des t-shirts et d’autres publications.

Qualifications requises, éducation et expérience :

  • Baccalauréat en communications, en marketing ou dans une autre discipline connexe.
  • Fort intérêt et passion pour la préservation de l’environnement.
  • Maîtrise des logiciels de publication assistée par ordinateur (PAO) (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop et Illustrator) et des logiciels de bureautique (Microsoft Office).
  • Expérience professionnelle dans un milieu à but non lucratif.
  • Excellentes compétences en communication écrite et verbale.
  • Être à l’aise dans une position de leader et avoir de l’expérience dans l’art de parler en public.
  • Être indépendant et motivé.
  • Être débrouillard et diplomate.
  • Avoir le souci des détails, tout en ayant de fortes capacités de relecture.
  • Avoir de solides compétences en recherche.
  • Détenir un permis de conduire valide de classe 5.
  • Avoir le sens de l’organisation et pouvoir effectuer plusieurs tâches en même temps.
  • Avoir l’esprit d’équipe ainsi que la capacité à pouvoir bien travailler avec d’autres personnes et à développer et maintenir des relations positives.
  • Une excellente maîtrise du français et de l’anglais serait un atout.

Environnement de travail :

Le responsable des communications peut s’attendre à un milieu de travail dynamique au rythme soutenu avec la nécessité de gérer plusieurs projets et/ou tâches à la fois. Des déplacements fréquents dans la province et quelques-uns hors-province seront nécessaire. Le responsable des communications doit être disposé par moments à travailler la fin de semaine.

Pour postuler, veuillez envoyer une lettre de motivation et votre curriculum vitae à communications@ntnb.org avant le vendredi 27 mai 2016 à 17h00 (HNA). Veuillez ne pas telephone.

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Nature NB, Fredericton office, is seeking a bilingual stewardship assistant for the summer months. The stewardship assistant will:
  • Plan outings to natural areas and deliver stewardship activities
  • Work with other ENGOs to develop stewardship/citizen science programming
  • Engage volunteers
  • Develop stewardship material
  • Research environmental education themes
  • Assist in the creation of bilingual nature-based educational programming.
  • Travel and deliver bilingual programming across the province, this may require some evening and weekend work.
  • Assist in the planning and delivery of bilingual nature based events across the province.
  • Assist in bilingual outdoor education training sessions.
  • Communicate with resource people and naturalist clubs
Applicant Requirements: 
  • Current University or College student
  • Strong communication skills in both official languages.
  • Educational background in one or more areas of the natural sciences
  • Experience in program development, preferably with nature-based education programs
  • Experience in event planning
  • Hold a valid driver’s licence
  • Competent with general computer tasks (excel, word, powerpoint) and internet usage
  • CPR and First Aid Certification required and a criminal record check for selected candidate.
How to apply: Please send Resume and cover letter to Nature NB, 924 Prospect Street, Suite 7, Fredericton, NB E3B 2T9 or email to executive.director@naturenb.ca

Apply until April 15th, 2016

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Nature NB, bureau de Fredericton, est à la recherche un(e) assistant(e) de conservation bilingue pour les mois d'été. L’assistant(e) de conservation va:
  • Planifier des sorties
  • Promouvoir la conservation de la nature via des activités et programmes interactifs
  • Réseautage avec d’autres organismes
  • Travailler avec des bénévoles
  • Développer des matériaux éducatifs
  • Rechercher des thèmes d'éducation à l'environnement.
  • Aider avec la création des programmes bilingues d'éducation basée sur la nature.
  • Voyager et offrir des programmes bilingues à travers la province. Le travail pendant les soirées et les fins de semaines peut être nécessaire.
  • Aider avec la planification et la présentation des événements bilingues sur la nature à travers la province.
  • Aider avec des encadrements de l'éducation de plein air.
  • Aider avec la création d'un magazine bilingue pour les jeunes sur la nature.
  • Communiquer avec des personnes ressources et des clubs de naturalistes.
  • Assembler, distribuer et évaluer les formes d'évaluation pour chaque présentation.
Condition Nécessaire des Candidats: 
  • Enregistrer come étudiant à Université ou collège
  • Excellentes aptitudes en communication dans les deux langues officielles.
  • Formation dans un ou plusieurs domaines des sciences naturelles
  • Expérience avec le développement des programmes, de préférence avec des programmes d'éducation basée sur la nature
  • Expérience dans la planification d'événements
  • Expérience de travail avec des groupes d'enfants et démontré les qualités de diriger.
  • Posséder un permis de conduire valide.
  • Compétente avec tâches générales de l'ordinateur (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) et l'utilisation d'Internet.
  • RCP et brevet de secourisme sont nécessaires et le candidat sélectionné doit avoir une vérification du casier judiciaire.
Comment postuler: S'il vous plaît envoyer CV et lettre de motivation à Nature NB, 924 rue Prospect, Suite 7, Fredericton, NB E3B 2T9 ou par courriel à executive.director@naturenb.ca

Date limite : 15 avril 2016
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Nature NB, Fredericton office, is seeking a bilingual Nature Educator for the summer months. Working as a Nature Educator, educators will:
  • Research environmental education themes
  • Assist in the creation of bilingual nature-based educational programming.
  • Travel and deliver bilingual programming across the province, this may require some evening and weekend work.
  • Assist in the planning and delivery of bilingual nature based events across the province.
  • Assist in bilingual outdoor education training sessions.
  • Assist in creation of a bilingual youth nature based magazine.
  • Communicate with resource people and naturalist clubs
  • Collate, distribute, and evaluate the evaluation forms for each presentation
Applicant Requirements:
  • Current University of College student
  • Strong communication skills in both official languages.
  • Educational background in one or more areas of natural science
  • Experience in program development, preferably with nature-based education programs
  • Experience in event planning
  • Experience working with groups of kids and demonstrated leadership skills
  • Hold a valid driver’s licence
  • Competent with general computer tasks (excel, word, powerpoint) and internet usage
  • CPR and First Aid Certification required and a criminal record check for selected candidate. 
How to apply: Please send Resume and cover letter to Nature NB, 924 Prospect Street, Suite 7, Fredericton, NB E3B 2T9 or email to executive.director@naturenb.ca

Apply until April 15th, 2016

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Nature NB, bureau de Fredericton, est à la recherche d'un éducateur de la nature bilingue pour les mois d'été. Comme un éducateur de la nature, les éducateurs vont:
  • Rechercher des thèmes d'éducation à l'environnement. 
  • Aider avec la création des programmes bilingues d'éducation basée sur la nature.
  • Voyager et offrir des programmes bilingues à travers la province. Le travail pendant les soirées et les fins de semaines peut être nécessaire.
  • Aider avec la planification et la présentation des événements bilingues sur la nature à travers la province.
  • Aider avec des encadrements de l'éducation de plein air.
  • Aider avec la création d'un magazine bilingue pour les jeunes sur la nature.
  • Communiquer avec des personnes ressources et des clubs de naturalistes.
  • Assembler, distribuer et évaluer les formes d'évaluation pour chaque présentation.
Condition Nécessaire des Candidats:
  • Enregistrer come étudiant à Université ou collège
  • Excellentes aptitudes en communication dans les deux langues officielles.
  • Formation dans un ou plusieurs domaines des sciences naturelles
  • Expérience avec le développement des programmes, de préférence avec des programmes d'éducation basée sur la nature
  • Expérience dans la planification d'événements
  • Expérience de travail avec des groupes d'enfants et démontré les qualités de diriger.
  • Posséder un permis de conduire valide.
  • Compétente avec tâches générales de l'ordinateur (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) et l'utilisation d'Internet.
  • RCP et brevet de secourisme sont nécessaires et le candidat sélectionné doit avoir une vérification du casier judiciaire.
Comment postuler: S'il vous plaît envoyer CV et lettre de motivation à Nature NB, 924 rue Prospect, Suite 7, Fredericton, NB E3B 2T9 ou par courriel à executive.director@naturenb.ca

Date limite : 15 avril 2016
The Opportunity

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC), the leader in wetland conservation, is looking for a confident, energetic and dedicated professional to join our team as an Education Specialist.

As a member of the DUC Education Team, under supervision, you will manage, develop, market and deliver environmental education programs which support DUC’s provincial education goals in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

You need to be an enthusiastic team player – a self-starter who can work with anyone, is capable of seeing the bigger picture and enjoys thinking out of the box.  You are conservation-minded, self-motivated and can manage numerous projects on tight deadlines.  Your team-oriented nature and strong interpersonal skills enable you to build solid relationships with stakeholders.

You are innovative and creative and welcome the challenge to develop and ensure the delivery of high quality education programs.  These skills will aid you in overseeing the secondary school based partnership program, Wetland Centres of Excellence, the elementary school based program, Project Webfoot and the interpretive program at the Ducks Unlimited Conservation Centre.

Your three years of experience and directly related knowledge make you the ideal candidate for this full-time position, which is located in Fredericton, NB.

Requirements

  • Undergraduate degree in education, environmental studies/science  or natural resources
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Above average organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to write proposals and program reports
  • Understanding & familiarity with the maritime school curriculum guidelines
  • Experience in managing a budget
  • Proficient with the Microsoft Office suite of programs
  • Valid driver’s license as this position requires travel within New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
  • Bilingualism and previous fundraising experience would be considered an asset
  • Previous experience working for a conservation or environmental organization would also be considered an asset.
How to Apply

In Canada, we lose 80 acres of wetlands every day.  This loss is the equivalent of about 45 soccer fields every 24 hours.  We need your help to stop this loss.

If you are qualified and interested in this opportunity, please submit your cover letter (including salary expectations) and resumé for confidential consideration to the attention of:

Carly Bjornsson, HR Generalist
Ducks Unlimited Canada
resumes@ducks.ca

Closing deadline: March 21th, 2016


Nature NB is currently seeking a Bilingual Education Programs Coordinator to manage our education programs (9 month contract): for more information

Nature NB est à la recherche d’un(e) coordinateur(rice) bilingues pour diriger nos programmes d’éducation . Offre d’emploi complète
Support Staff Employment Opportunity
Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) Program Manager
Department of Biology: Canadian Rivers Institute UNB Fredericton


Competition #: #116-15.16 Closing Date: January 18, 2016 4:30PM
Employment Group: P.T.S.U. Salary or Rate: $37,304 - $46,631 Per Annum
Employment Date:(tentative) March 1, 2016 Hours per Week: Full-Time (36.25 HPW)
Position Length:(tentative) 2 Year Term Funding: External Funding

Function

The Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) requires services to oversee the development, coordination and delivery of its dozens of non-credit courses, offered to over 800 participants annually.  CRI Training and Professional Development provides to student, NGO, government, and professional communities across Canada, on-line and field courses and products, which require to be continuously expanded as opportunities and markets demand. This position can be located in Fredericton or Saint John.

Representative Responsibilities:

·   Promotion of courses/products offered and Registration management: responsible for the day-to-day operations of CRI Training and Professional Development. Promote courses and products through social media tools. Respond to general training inquires via email, social media and telephone, and refers specific requests to the appropriate instructors. Format and compile course registrations for submission. Produce quarterly reports of registrations and of the revenues generated. Support CRI’s special programme applicants, in their approval process and ensures selected participants fulfill their programme requirements.
·   Product development, implementation and review: Provide the Executive Director with an annual business and communication plan. Serve as the program lead and point of contact for all of CRI instructors and partners and support them in the development of each course business plan, its delivery, and its tracking process.
·   Support Training and Professional Development planning: Support course instructors by coordinating all logistics related to the development and delivery of face-to-face field courses, workshops, on-line courses and webinars and by identifying equipment and supplies required. Oversee the financial and administrative process for contracts or invoicing. Gather information required for the development of reports to the CRI Executive and funding agencies. Update and maintain the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) manual.
·   Participants/clients support: Assist instructors in tracking the progress of participants for each course. Mark CRI products that have a pre-determined marking system and issue certificates to successful participants. Track feedback from CRI course participants.
·   Other duties: Responsible for the maintenance and updates of the CRI network database. Responsible for the management of CRI’s equipment and promotional products.

Requirements:

·   University degree in a relevant area (Biology, Environmental Science, Management, Geography, Communication) with a minimum 4 years’ experience in managing multi units programs or organizations.
·   Demonstrated involvement with developing annual budgets and work plans and in monitoring progress of set objectives. Proficiency in client services and skilled in contract agreements and management.
·   Knowledge in organizing and managing field workshops and online courses.
·   Demonstrated ability to handle multiple priorities and tasks in an organized and professional manner.
·   Strong communication skills (oral and written). Bilingualism is an asset.
·   Demonstrated experience with developing ways to improve operations and to create new opportunities
·   Self-motivated and independent while being able to be part of a team and to work with minimal supervision
·   Proficiency in the use of software for word processing, databases, spreadsheets, website, social media, and on-line meetings and courses.


** To be given consideration for this competition, you must demonstrate how, when and where you acquired the requirements outlined for this position. Your resume must present education and work experience in chronological order, with work experience detailed in both months and years, and whether it was part-time or full-time**

APPLY ONLINE
For more information, please contact:
UNB Fredericton
Human Resources Room 102
Physics & Admin. Building
Fax: 506-453-4611UNB Saint John
Financial & Admin. Services
Room 114/115, Oland Hall
Fax: 506-648-5714

We thank all applicants for their interest but wish to advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Applications will be accepted ONLY until the end of regular business hours on the closing date.

THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK IS COMMITTED TO THE PRINCIPLE OF EMPLOYMENT EQUITY
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Position: Programs Coordinator (1 year : Start date ASAP)


Nature NB is a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to celebrate, conserve and protect New Brunswick's natural heritage through education, networking and collaboration.

Nature NB is currently seeking a Bilingual Programs Coordinator to manage our education and stewardship programs.
Responsibilities will include:

  • Overseeing all aspects of program development and delivery and delegates work appropriately.
  • Ensuring annual program objectives are met.
  • Looking for opportunities for new projects and new funders.
  • Preparing and submitting interim and final project reports.
  • Representing Nature NB on relevant committees and collaborations.
  • Overseeing recruitment, hiring, supervision and appraisal of all temporary (seasonal) program employees develops and reviewing job descriptions for program personnel.
  • Delivering educational programs and outreach.
  • Performing other duties as may be required from time to time.

Job Requirements: (Education, experience, skills, personal relation skills, abilities)

Education and Experience:
  • Bachelor’s degree in science with emphasis on biology or relevant focus (Or relevant experience and education)
  • Two or more years of experience in program management
  • Current CPR certification
Skills and Abilities:
  • Exceptionally strong organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written)
  • Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and comfort in working at a satellite office
  • Ability to work in both official languages
  • Ability to work both individually and as a team member
  • Technologically competent
  • Knowledge of financial management
  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Current New Brunswick driver’s license

As  per our Personnel Policy, Nature NB is committed to equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, colour, religion, national origin, marital status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or gender identity and status with regard to public assistance, disability, sex, or age.

How to apply: Please send Resume and cover letter to Nature NB, 924 Prospect Street, Suite 7, Fredericton, NB E3B 2T9 or email to executive.director@naturenb.ca


Position : Coordinateur de programmes (contrat de 1 an)

Nature NB est un organisme de bienfaisance qui a comme missionla célébration,la conservation etla protection du patrimoine naturel du Nouveau-Brunswick par l’éducation,le réseautage etla collaboration.

Nature NB est à la recherche d'un coordinateur de programmes bilingue pour diriger nos programmes d'éducation et d'intendance.

Les responsabilités comprendront :

• Superviser tous les aspects du développement et de la présentation des programmes et délègue le travail d’une façon appropriée.
• Assurer que les objectifs annuels des programmes sont atteints.
• Recherchent des opportunités pour les projets et fonds nouveaux.
• Préparer et soumettre des rapports provisoires et finaux des projets.
• Représente Nature NB sur les comités et les collaborations.
• Superviser le recrutement, l'embauche, la supervision et l'évaluation de toutes employés temporaires (en saison) et examiner les descriptions d’emplois des employés.
• La présentation des programmes éducatifs et d’engagement.
• Exécuter d'autres fonctions qui peuvent être nécessaires de temps en temps.

Exigences de l'emploi :

• Éducation et Expérience : Baccalauréat en sciences avec une spécialisation en biologie ou un autre sujet similaire (Ou autres expériences et éducation pertinente)
• Deux ou plus années d'expérience dans la gestion des programmes.
• Certification RCR au courant

Compétences et aptitudes :

• Compétences exceptionnelles dans l’organisation et en gestion du temps
• Compétences fortes dans les aptitudes interpersonnelles et de communication (orale et écrite)
• Démontres la créativité, la flexibilité et le confort en travaillant à un bureau satellite
• Capacité de travailler dans les deux langues officielles
• Capacité de travailler individuellement et avec les membres de l'équipe
• Compétentes avec la technologie
• Connaissance de la gestion financière
• Chef excellent
• Permis de conduire au Nouveau-Brunswick (au courant)

Conformément à notre Politique Personnel, Nature NB s'est engagée à promouvoir l'égalité d’opportunités pour toutes les personnes indépendamment de la race, la couleur, la religion, l'origine nationale, l'état matrimonial, l'appartenance politique, l'orientation sexuelle ou l'identité sexuelle et le statut à l'égard de l'assistance publique, le handicap, le sexe ou l'âge.

Comment appliquer: S’il vous plait envoyer votre CV et lettre de motivation à Nature NB, 924 Prospect Street, Suite 7, Fredericton, NB E3B 2T9 ou par courriel à
executive.director@naturenb.ca





Action Alerts

ACTION ALERT: Reinstate funding to the Canadian Environmental Network

Friday, 03 February 2017
by Raissa Marks
The Canadian Environmental Network and its provincial affiliate networks need your help!

Historically, the Canadian Environmental Network and its provincial affiliate networks including the NBEN received annual core funding from the Government of Canada. This was used to facilitate networking on environmental issues across the country, coordinate national and provincial issue-based caucuses, coordinate ENGO participation in federal public consultation processes, and maintain open lines of communication between ENGOs and the federal government.

In 2011, as part of the across-the-board cuts to civil society organizations by the previous federal government, all federal funding to the RCEN and its provincial affiliate networks was cut. This left the national network and most of the affiliates with functioning primarily on a voluntary basis with limited capacity to do their work.

There is hope that the current government will provide for renewed funding in its upcoming budget. This funding is crucial for the survival of the national network and many of the provincial affiliate networks. A proposal has been submitted. It now needs strong and immediate support from environmental groups and individuals across the country.

This is where you come in!

Please take a few minutes to write to Prime Minister Trudeau and your MP telling them why you value the RCEN, your provincial affiliate network, or environmental networking at the national level in general. Feel free to use the template letter provided below. You can personalize it based on your experience or simply copy and paste.

Trudeau’s email is justin.trudeau@parl.gc.ca and you can find your MP’s email here: http://www.parl.gc.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members

Let’s show our federal politicians that a strong, well-connected grassroots environmental community is essential to a strong Canada!

Draft Template Letter:

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,

I am writing to ask that annual core funding to the Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN) be reinstated.

Historically, the RCEN provided a crucial link between environmental groups across the country, both large and small. This link was vital in helping communities address environmental issues right across the country and ensuring a robust approach to the development of environmental policy in Canada.

Since funding was cut in 2011, the RCEN and most of its provincial affiliate networks have been functioning primarily on a voluntary basis with limited capacity to do their work. This is not acceptable. A strong, well-connected grassroots environmental community is essential to a strong Canada. I urge you to reinstate core funding for this crucial work immediately.

Sincerely,

Still Time to Submit Comments - Snowmobile Trail Development up Mount Carleton

Monday, 21 November 2016
by Roberta Clowater, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - New Brunswick Chapter
You can still send in your comments until end of day Nov 21 (Monday) on the environmental assessment report about the proposed snowmobile trail at Mount Carleton Provincial Park. If you're not sure what to say, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - NB Chapter has summarized some of our key messages here: http://cpawsnb.org/images/upload/key_messages_EIA.pdf

Please send comments or questions to: lynn.white@gnb.ca or mail to: Lynn White, Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1.
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