We’re looking for a WEP Assistant- is it you?

Are you ready for one of the most rewarding jobs in BC?  Join us where you can put your skills towards conserving the environment and wetlands every day and see your impact on the ground! The BC Wildlife Federation’s Wetlands Education Program is growing, and is looking for a Program Assistant. The Wetlands Education Program (WEP) was created in 1996 to deliver quality wetland education that builds the capacity of individuals and groups to conserve wetlands in their communities. Over the years, WEP has also expanded to contribute to the restoration of degraded wetland habitat. This competitive 12-month position (with opportunity for extension) provides hands-on experience for individuals who are interested in a career in environmental education and/or conservation. As a WEP Program Assistant, you will have the unique opportunity to get involved in rewarding conservation and stewardship workshops, and restoration projects throughout BC!

For more details, please visit https://bcwf.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/WEP-Assistant-2020-21.pdf

Deadline: December 15, 2019 so apply TODAY!

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