We're hiring a Stewardship Coordinator
Updated: May 16
Join the Nootka Sound Watershed Society and engage in habitat restoration, fundraising, salmon enhancement, and education outreach in Nootka Sound.
The Nootka Sound Watershed Society is a non-profit registered society based out of Nootka Sound, BC in the traditional territories of the Mowachaht/Muchalaht, Ehattesaht, and Nuchatlaht First Nations.
The Stewardship Coordinator is an integral member of our team who engages with stakeholders, board members, funders and community members to coordinate meaningful work and advance our mission.
The requirements of this position include and are not limited to:
Able to legally work in Canada
Hold valid WorkSafe BC Insurance Coverage
The ability to attend monthly meeting either via an online platform (Zoom) or in person locations including but not limited to Gold River, Tahsis, Zeballos
Access to a computer, printer, and internet
A high level of dedication to safety and professionalism
A strong understanding of resource management
Experience engaging with First Nations, stakeholders, board of directors
Experience writing and securing grants
Project management experience
Physical ability to lift 30lbs
Physical ability to work while standing and walking for prolonged periods
Adhere to our Covid-19 policies
The duties of this position include and are not limited to:
Review and develop membership sales drives
Apply for, secure, and manage successful grants
Develop and deliver educational outreach programs
Build capacity in our communities and with First Nations on behalf of the NSWS
Monthly activity reports
Nootka Sound Watershed Society is a registered non-profit society operating in Area 25 & 125 (Gold River, Tahsis, Zeballos) to enhance, protect, and restore Pacific Salmon and their habitat. The societies activities include research, habitat restoration, education/ outreach and salmon enhancement.
Have your own vehicle, computer, workspace, internet, phone connections. Ability to attend meetings (virtually or in person) and other activities in Nootka Sound approximately 4 days per month.
Job Type: Part-time, Freelance Part-time hours: 10 per week
Schedule: Monday to Friday
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a brief description of why you are interested in the position.