Location: Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick
Employment type: full-time, temporary
Salary: $15-$17/hr depending on experience
Start date: August, 2020
Eligibility: applicants must be eligible to work in Canada

Job Purpose and Organization Description
The Office Manager will ensure the administrative requirements associated with ECW's operations are completed, updated, and continually improved to increase operational efficiency, and will help ensure a high standard in correspondence when dealing with ECW's stakeholders, which include volunteers, funders, government agencies, community groups and other clients. This position is a maternity/child care leave replacement and will last for a term of one year.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities of the Position
  • Manage accounting data input, bank reconciliations, and Simplii Accounting application
  • Manage and update accounts payable and receivable, issuing T4 slips, HST reconciliation, and correspondence and reporting to accountant and CRA, according to generally accepted accounting principles and the predetermined needs of the Board of Directors
  • Collect, coordinate, and organize ingoing in-going and outgoing mail
  • Provide satisfactory customer service for all clients
  • Perform general office duties including filing, faxing, answering the telephone, checking voicemail and taking messages, document production, addressing general public inquiries made via telephone or in person, and helping to keep the office premises tidy
  • Documenting project finances and submitting financial claims to funders
  • Improvement and maintenance of filing systems
  • Assist with building and equipment upkeep
  • Assist with project activities and organizational promotion as needed
  • Assist with the documentation of policies and procedures
  • Maintain the requirements associated with the organization's legal status
  • Minute taking and record keeping for project events and committees
  • Assist with data entry and management for various projects and contracts
  • Assisting with general laboratory duties as needed
  • Provide administrative service to ECW's water testing service, including the scheduling of sample collection, billing and receivables, signing in dropped off samples, and answering frequently asked questions about the service for potential clients.
  • Maintaining credit card receipts, deposit records, and reconciliation
  • Traveling in to the field to collect residential water samples when required


  • Relevant post-secondary coursework in business administration, accounting, non-profit management, or similar topic
  • Practical experience working with the public will be considered an asset, provided other essential qualifications are met
  • Candidates with interest or experience in environmental science will be looked upon favourably


  • A minimum of two years of relevant professional work experience in the fields of customer service and/or business administration
  • Significant experience with Simplii Accounting software and principles of bookkeeping
  • Administrative experience in a non-profit setting, including familiarity with Canada Revenue Agency requirements for Canada charities and non-profits
  • Familiarity with Microsoft software - Excel, Word, and Powerpoint
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask
  • Experience maintaining professional correspondence
  • Experience with website, social media, and publishing software

To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to info@ecw.ngo with the subject line "Office Manager Application". This position will be filled when a suitable candidate is identified. We thank all those who apply however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Nature NB connects people with nature. We support a diverse network of nature-lovers across the province, providing opportunities for New Brunswickers of all ages, and from all regions and backgrounds, to discover, learn about, and share nature with each other. We travel throughout the province, teaching kids about nature in their schoolyards and neighbourhoods, advocating for species at risk through local outreach, and engaging volunteers in monitoring and protecting the species and landscapes they love.

Based out of our Fredericton office, the Engagement Assistant will work closely with the Engagement Coordinator to help our supporters take action to celebrate, conserve, and protect nature in New Brunswick. Duties for the Engagement Assistant will include assisting in the implementation of a digital engagement strategy, preparing and managing mailing lists, assisting with social media management, engaging with potential supporters, assisting with event planning and managing event logistics, and tracking metrics for growth and engagement. The Engagement Assistant ultimately helps us to build and strengthen relationships with our supporters and promote the organization’s mission and values to external stakeholders.

This is a permanent, full-time, entry-level position with opportunity for training, growth, and development within the role.


The Engagement Assistant will work closely with the Engagement Coordinator and will assist with:

  • Keeping new and existing supporters informed about current opportunities to engage with our work
  • Developing marketing materials, including website content, emails, and social media posts
  • Planning events and activities to engage our supporters, manage event logistics, and promote events to the public
  • Tracking and analyzing campaign progress, reach, and engagement
  • Organizing and implementing our Constituent Relationship Management tool
  • Creating and managing mailing lists
  • Monitoring social media pages and responding to comments
  • Learning about and implementing principles of Engagement Organizing


The successful candidate will have some combination of the following, developed from a University Degree and/or relevant work experience:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience in event planning and/or managing logistics
  • Ability to easily prioritize tasks and manage multiple deadlines
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills; attention to detail
  • Knowledge of current social media landscape
  • Experience or interest in digital/web analytics
  • Experience or interest in community engagement
  • Interest in nature, conservation, and advocacy
  • Working proficiency in English and in French
  • Valid Driver’s License is an asset
  • Experience drafting and publishing social media content for an organization is an asset
  • Experience working in a non-profit setting is an asset


$16/hour, 40 hours per week


September 2020


Please prepare a cover letter indicating why you think you would be a good fit for this position at Nature NB, highlighting relevant experiences and/or qualifications. Send your cover letter and résumé to Melissa Fulton at melissa.fulton[at]naturenb.ca.

We thank all candidates for their interest in the position, but only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Applications will be reviewed as they are received. We will accept applications until the position is filled.

Organization: New Brunswick Invasive Species Council/Canadian Council on Invasive Species
Location: New Brunswick, preferably Fredericton
Duration: Full-time, 6 month contract with possibility of extension
Hours: 37.5 hours/week
Salary: $16.00 - $19.00/hour, based on experience
Start Date: As soon as possible

About us

The New Brunswick Invasive Species Council (NBISC) is a network of various government and non-government stakeholders that works to enhance collaboration and coordination of invasive species management initiatives in the province of New Brunswick. This position is a collaborative initiative between NBISC and the Canadian Council on Invasive Species (CCIS): a national non-profit organization that works with partners across Canada to support actions and share information that can help reduce the threat and impacts of invasive species.

Job Description & Responsibilities

As an employee of the Canadian Council on Invasive Species, the Outreach Coordinator will work with NBISC’s Coordinator to help increase public awareness about invasive species and build capacity for management initiatives in the province of New Brunswick. The primary role of the Outreach Coordinator will be to develop and implement education and outreach strategies aimed at getting New Brunswickers to take action against the spread of invasive species; this will include creating social media & website content, planning and attending events, developing awareness materials, and assisting with grant-writing to ensure the longevity of these initiatives. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing organization and develop a wide range of skills. Other responsibilities will include:

  • Assisting with development and coordination of programs
  • Liaising with stakeholders, user-groups, and government officials
  • Attending third-party events on behalf of the council
  • Responding to public inquiries about invasive species
  • Delivering educational presentations
  • Tracking and reporting on project activities
  • Interacting with media
  • Designing communications materials, information graphics, and signs
  • Assisting with planning and execution of an NB Invasive Species Summit

Qualifications and Skills:

This is a great opportunity for someone who is an outgoing, self-starter interested in gaining further experience in the non-profit sector. People with the following skills are encouraged to apply:

  • 2-year diploma or 4-year degree from a recognized post-secondary institution with a focus on environmental management, communications, or related field
  • 1-2 years relevant work experience
  • Comfortable engaging with the public and fostering relationships with stakeholders
  • Excellent verbal & written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Creative, curious to learn, and self-motivated
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Experience creating & curating content for social media
  • Bilingual, with oral and written fluency in French considered a strong asset
  • Understanding of invasive species issues considered an asset
  • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends
  • Valid drivers license and ability to rent a vehicle

If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to coordinator@nbinvasives.ca by no later than Thursday August 13th 2020. We want to thank everyone for their interest, however only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


COORDINATEUR/COORDINATRICE DE LIAISON por le Conseil des espèces envahissantes de N-B

Organisme : Conseil des espèces envahissantes du Nouveau-Brunswick/Conseil canadien des espèces envahissantes
Lieu : Nouveau-Brunswick, préférablement Frédéricton
Durée : Temps plein, contrat de 6 mois avec la possibilité d’une extension
Heures : 37.5 heures/semaine
Salaire : 16.00$ - 19.00$/heure, selon le niveau d’expérience
Date de début : Aussitôt que possible

Qui nous sommes

Le Conseil des espèces envahissantes du Nouveau-Brunswick (CEENB) est un réseau de parties prenantes gouvernementales et non gouvernementales qui travaille afin d’améliorer la collaboration et la coordination autour des initiatives de gestion des espèces envahissantes dans la province du Nouveau-Brunswick. Ce poste est une initiative collaborative entre le CEENB et le Conseil canadien des espèces envahissantes (CCEE) : un organisme à but non lucratif national qui travaille avec des partenaires partout au Canada afin d’appuyer des actions et de partager de l’information qui peut aider à réduire la menace et l’impact des espèces envahissantes.

Description du poste et responsabilités

Comme employé du Conseil canadien des espèces envahissantes, le coordinateur ou la coordinatrice de liaison travaillera avec le coordinateur ou la coordinatrice du CEENB afin d’aider à accroître les connaissances du public au sujet des espèces envahissantes et bâtir des capacités pour des initiatives de gestion dans la province du Nouveau-Brunswick. Le rôle principal du coordinateur ou de la coordinatrice de liaison sera d’élaborer et de mettre en place des stratégies d’éducation et de sensibilisation visant à encourager les Néo-Brunswickois à agir contre la propagation des espèces envahissantes; cela inclura la création de contenu pour les médias sociaux et le site web, la planification et la participation à des événements, la création de contenu de sensibilisation et des contributions à la rédaction des demandes de financement afin d’assurer la longévité de ces initiatives. Il s’agit d’une occasion excitante de faire partie d’un organisme croissant et de développer toute une gamme de compétences. D’autres responsabilités incluront :

  • Assistance avec la conception et la coordination de programmes
  • Liaison avec les parties prenantes, les groupes utilisateurs et les agents gouvernementaux
  • Participation à des événements de partis tiers comme représentant ou représentante du conseil
  • Réponse à des demandes de renseignement de la part du public au sujet des espèces envahissantes
  • Présentations éducatives
  • Suivi du progrès et rapports sur les activités du projet
  • Interaction avec les médias
  • Élaboration de matériels de communication, d’infographies et d’affiches
  • Assistance avec la planification d’un Sommet sur les espèces envahissantes du Nouveau-Brunswick

Qualités et compétences :

Il s’agit d’une occasion formidable pour une personne sociable, pleine d’initiative, qui désire acquérir de l’expérience dans le secteur à but non lucratif. Les personnes possédant les compétences suivantes sont encouragées à postuler :

  • Diplômé(e) d’un programme de 2 ans ou de 4 ans d’un établissement postsecondaire reconnu, avec des études en gestion environnementale, en communications ou dans un domaine lié
  • 1-2 années d’expérience de travail pertinentes
  • À l’aise avec les interactions avec le public et la promotion de relations avec les parties prenantes
  • Compétences excellentes en communication verbale et écrite ainsi qu’en relations interpersonnelles
  • Esprit créatif, curiosité, désir d’apprendre et motivé(e)
  • Capable de travailler autant de façon indépendante qu’au sein d’une équipe
  • Expérience en création et en gestion du contenu pour les médias sociaux
  • Bilingue, maîtrise de la langue française orale et écrite est un grand atout
  • La compréhension des enjeux concernant les espèces envahissantes est un atout
  • Capacité à travailler lors des soirs et des fins de semaine, à l’occasion
  • Permis de conduire valable et capable de louer une voiture

Si vous êtes intéressé(e), veuillez faire parvenir votre lettre de présentation et votre résumé a l’adresse suivante : coordinator@nbinvasives.ca avant le jeudi 13 août 2020. Nous remercions tous les postulants pour leur intérêt, mais seuls les candidats choisis pour une entrevue seront contactés.

Are you interested in learning, connecting, and engaging with multi-faceted groups, individuals, agencies and organizations working on biodiversity in New Brunswick?  Do you like working with people, organizing meetings and events, and have experience in teamwork?

The NBEN (www.nben.ca) is a dynamic and innovative organization that functions as the New Brunswick environmental movement’s “central station” – a hub that serves to convene and connect people working on environmental issues in the province.  We are currently looking for a motivated individual to fill the position of Biodiversity Programs Coordinator.

The ideal candidate will be well-organized and independent, but also a good team player. They will have experience in leading groups through consensus-based processes, and will be able to work in a multi-faceted environment where the digital interface is an integral part of the work.

Job responsibilities will include:

  • Coordination of the New Brunswick Biodiversity Collaborative, a multi-stakeholder effort to address biodiversity by working together to enhance stewardship activities on the ground and provide a comprehensive approach to the protection of biodiversity in the province.
  • Coordination of the Biodiversity Collaborative’s annual conference under the direction of the Collaborative’s Steering Committee
  • Coordination of a webinar series on the state of biodiversity, species, and wildlife research projects in New Brunswick
  • Coordination of caucuses addressing topics related to biodiversity such as glyphosate spraying and forest management
  • Participation in weekly staff meetings, helping other staff members with their work as needed, and other duties as assigned


  • 2-3 years experience in program management resulting in strong organizational, planning, and management skills
  • Strong leadership skills and interpersonal skills
  • Experience in networks and partnerships
  • Commitment to a career in the non-profit sector
  • Excellent computer skills (including websites)
  • Functionally bilingual (EN/FR) with strong oral and written communications skills in either English or French
  • Driver’s license


  • Facilitation skills
  • Experience in event organization
  • Experience in the non-profit, environmental, and/or conservation sector
  • Interest in or passion for biodiversity

Application deadline:
August 21st, 2020

Start Date: September 14th, 2020
Salary: $17-$20 per hour, depending on experience, with generous group benefits package and yearly raises in accordance with employee retention policy
Location: Moncton with occasional travel around N.B. Candidates from other localities within N.B. are invited to apply and explain how they would successfully work remotely.
Nature of job: 30 hours per week, until March 31, 2021 with likely renewal contingent on availability of funding.

The NBEN values diversity in its workplace. We recognize that people who experience structural oppression and marginalization have a lot to offer our community, and are therefore strongly encouraged to apply and may mention so in their cover letters.

Our office space is wheelchair accessible with a short ramp leading up to its street level entrance. Please don’t hesitate to call us if you have questions about how your reduced mobility or other disabilities could be an asset or a challenge.

This position is funded in part through the Science Horizon Youth Internship Program. Eligible candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Currently unemployed or underemployed
  • Graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution with a 2-year diploma or 4 year degree
  • 30 years of age or younger, Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or have refugee status

Please send your resume and cover letter to tim.murphy@nben.ca

Organization: Waterlution – A Water Learning Experience

Click Here to Apply! Applications are due Aug 31, 2020 at 11:59PM PT.

The Youth Advisory Board members (YAB) (ages 19-29) will build 21st-century transferable skills under the themes of:
  • Leadership & Lifelong Growth
  • Workshop Facilitation & Youth Education
  • Networks, Connections & New Opportunities
  • Partnerships, Outreach & Engagement
  • Media & Social Media
  • Communication and Event Planning

The skills will be developed by supporting the delivery of a water-focused storytelling contest for youth in schools and communities. These skills are excellent for your resume and your career development. This is the fifth year that Waterlution is recruiting a Youth Advisory Board (YAB), and we cannot wait to see what unique elements you can bring to our school contest!

Length of the term as a YAB is 8 months (July/Aug 2020 – March 31 2021, rolling acceptances) – with an opportunity to be extended, as the project evolves into stage 2 – the touring exhibition across Canada. Approximate time commitment is 4-10 volunteer hours per month.

Young Water Speaks — Youth Storytelling Contest

Young Water Speaks is a youth-led national water-centric storytelling contest with webinars & workshops engaging school-aged youth, in all provinces and territories, to grow as storytellers and share factual and fictional stories about Canada’s water.

Through online storytelling workshops led by YOU, Waterlution’s trained Youth Advisory Board volunteers will guide and support Canadian youth (ages 7-18) to become water storytellers & animators as they submit their fiction and non-fiction stories (inspired by the rich history and culture that flows through Canada’s water) into the contest. The winners’ entries will be featured in a travelling water story exhibit in 2021!

YAB members will assist with developing, promoting and delivering the program’s content and resources.
The YAB members will support the delivery of the contest by leading school group storytelling training workshops (currently online only, but in-person later into the volunteer role, if safe to gather).
YAB members will also provide support by creating educational and engaging online program content (water/nature/cultural photos and videos with educational context, their own water stories, as resources for the youth participants & project promotion).

Are you the right fit for the Youth Advisory Board (YAB)?

  • You are a young leader aged 19-29 living in Canada and are passionate about water AND at least one of the following: environmental education, reconciliation & Indigenous knowledge, creative writing, working with youth, culture & communities, film, photography, theater, art, and/or social media.
  • You can commit on average 4-10 hours of volunteer work per month during your term which will include email/phone communication with the YAB coordinator, teachers and project partners, team video calls, spending time outdoors capturing photos or videos, researching and creating educational resources, and hosting webinars and in school workshops during the 2020/21 school year (YAB Term: July/Aug, 2020 – March 31st, 2022).
  • You are eager to work with other YAB members locally and across the country as a peer, mentor or mentee to share knowledge and skills.
  • You are self-disciplined, driven, and committed. Volunteers must be able to work remotely from their computers and visit schools virtually.
  • You are passionate about how water and culture connect us all and are eager to share your knowledge with schools.
  • You are willing and enthused to be showcased online as a young water leader (our YAB members are prominently featured on social media, making short videos, sharing photos of yourself outside).
  • You are social media savvy and love to capture beautiful photos or videos of water and nature.
  • You are looking to build your network, develop leadership skills, be involved in your community, expand your water knowledge, and to add experiences to your resume including a certificate documenting the training you received.Note: YAB that commit and complete their term with the program can request Waterlution as a job applications reference.

As a YAB member you will contribute your unique skill set to Waterlution and Waterlution will build your skills, network and capacity to complement your career aspirations.

The YAB is comprised of 3 Regional sub-teams based on the major watershed drainage basin you are located in;
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • Hudson’s Bay
  • Arctic Ocean + Pacific Ocean

Each YAB member contributes over 9 months by:
  • Recruit a minimum of 5 classes/school groups who will participate in the contest, correspond with teachers & group leaders to organize logistics. Note: Waterlution has great networks of classes and teachers, yet depending on where YAB live, new classes are recruited each year.
  • Host one workshop or webinar for each school group (a minimum of 10).
  • All YAB members will each create a total of 3 educational videos for the project.
  • All YAB members will help promote Young Water Speaks by submitting photos of themselves and their own water stories Waterlution’s Instagram and other social media accounts throughout the term to promote and showcase the storytelling contest (you will be credited for your photos and featured as a dedicated young water leader).
  • Committed and dedicated YAB members will be invited to a team training and retreat in March 2021 - if it is safe to do so. Waterlution retreats are sought after trainings and take place over an entire weekend in a beautiful nature setting, where travel, accommodation, meals and training are paid for by Waterlution.
  • All YAB members are strongly encouraged to participate in a crowdfunding campaign during their term.
  • In the second year of the program, YAB members will receive an invitation to lead further by getting training for and carrying out special projects. These include but are not limited to:
    1. Helping to create & curate the YWS storytelling exhibit
    2. Training new YAB members for continued engagement
    3. Applying for one of the summer positions – we have hired 12 past YAB over the last 3 years.

What will YOU gain from this volunteer experience?
Transferable skills for your resume and a certificate acknowledging that you have completed training based on the following six training themes!

  • Leadership & Lifelong Growth: Explore what it really means to be a leader, know when to step back, when to step up and where to improve. Embark on a path of lifelong learning, through integrated teachings and learning opportunities focused on personal leadership growth, systems thinking, and expanding horizons around cultures & diversity.
  • Workshop Facilitation & Youth Education: Receive coaching from trained facilitators to build your workshop facilitation skills and personal style. Build confidence, learn how to pivot and adapt according to group dynamics. Build tools for public speaking, and group engagement strategies. Gain hands-on experience by leading workshops and webinars for youth.
  • Networks, Connections & New Opportunities: Unite for Water. Connect, collaborate and network with a diverse group of like-minded individuals passionate about water. Connect with other special opportunities during and after completing your volunteer term.
  • Partnerships, Outreach & Engagement: Explore the dynamics of strategic partnerships, and through lived-experiences tackling the challenging work of outreach and engagement. Learn how to liaise and ask for support from stakeholders. Build remote communication skills and techniques through correspondence.
  • Media & Social Media: Learn about the power of social media as an outreach and communication tool. Build your photography, film and editing abilities. Learn how to capture and create engaging content online. Receive coaching and guidance for media interviews, use media platforms to showcase your personal work and the youth education project.
  • Communication & Event Planning: Deepen your communication skills by working with a collaborative and dynamic remote team spanning the country. Learn the importance of communicating to various audiences and active listening. Gain event planning and coordination skills by taking charge- organizing your own workshops and webinars for youth (with mentorship and reference materials/guides).

You will grow your network by joining a group of outstanding young water leaders, connecting with like-minded youth from across Canada! All current and past YAB have a shared FB group, where support, jobs, events, and more is shared.

You will receive a reference letter from Waterlution acknowledging your volunteer work and your specific skills and successes and we can act as a reference as you seek future employment (we can often open doors here too!)

Dedicated YAs will be invited to a training and retreat (training, local transport, meals and accommodations covered by Waterlution, support for travel to retreat location will be assessed on a case by case basis).

YAB may be rewarded with gift cards and other prizes for their outstanding work.

You will inspire the next generation of Canadian water leaders!

You will gain access to Waterlution’s global network and other training programs if you wish.

You will receive a Waterlution 21st-Century Skill Training Completion Certificate for your resume & portfolio

Please contact Olivia Allen, Project Lead for Youth Programs, if you have any questions: olivia.allen@waterlution.org

Applications may be reviewed early and short phone interviews will be scheduled.

Click Here to Apply! Applications are due August 31, 2020 at 11:59PM PT.
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