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Community Forests International is committed to employment equity in our workplace and encourages applications from historically underrepresented groups such as Black, Indigenous, and persons of colour, persons with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ2S+ community. We encourage applicants to self-identify in their cover letter if they are a member of a marginalized community.
The Climate Forest Technician will work alongside our ambitious and deeply collaborative team to expand forestland securements, climate-smart forest management and education, and forest carbon inventories. The Climate Forest Technician will organize and oversee active forest management of the organization’s forested properties primarily throughout southern New Brunswick. The Climate Forest Technician will work closely with the Forest Program Director, and will be responsible for:
Forest Management Planning & Operations
Candidates should have either academic or work experience in forestry or another natural science-related field — we are interested in candidates with diverse experiences that could fit this position. Additional essential qualifications include:
Candidates are required to be:
Beneficial Qualifications and Skills
Exceptional candidates will also display the following:
Work Location and Salary
The successful candidate can work remotely, from anywhere in the Maritimes, with regular travel to southern NB and throughout the Maritimes for field work. This position is a full-time permanent position, and is remunerated based on 37.5 hours per week (flexible) with a starting salary range of $40,000 — $45,000 annually depending on experience.
How to Apply
Candidates are asked to submit their curricula vitae and a cover letter with “Climate Forest Technician” as the subject line to: email@example.com by September 24, 2021.
The Development & Grants Coordinator will work alongside our ambitious team and provide essential organizing and energizing qualities to our ongoing fundraising while upholding thoughtful care and stewardship of our growing community of donors and supporters.
The Development & Grants Coordinator will utilize strong communication skills to connect personally with members of the public by email, phone, and in-person — garnering support, expressing gratitude on behalf of the organization, and promptly responding to any questions or requests from donors. This will include managing a major donor caseload. The highly organized team member will also operate our constituent database (ensuring that fundraising data is secure, up to date, and properly logged) and our grant database (evaluating and prioritizing grant opportunities in order of strategic priority).
The Development & Grants Coordinator will utilize strong writing skills to draft fundraising campaign copy and to compose grant proposals which convey the scope and quality of Community Forests International’s work. The Development & Grants Coordinator will work collaboratively and frequently with senior development and communications staff, and will be responsible for:
1) Donor Stewardship
2) Writing and Editing
3) Grant Prospecting & Development
List of Key Qualifications
Work Location and Salary
The successful candidate can work remotely, with optional physical office space located in Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. This post is a full-time 12-month contract with the possibility of extension to a permanent position, and is remunerated based on 37.5 hours per week (flexible) with a starting salary range of $40,000 — $45,000 annually depending on experience.
Candidates are asked to submit their curricula vitae and a cover letter with “Development & Grants Coordinator” as the subject line to: firstname.lastname@example.org by September 26, 2021.
Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview, and interviews will be held beginning
September 30, 2021.