The Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources has three job opportunities for qualified professionals interested in protecting species at risk.INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE & ENGAGEMENT COORDINATORS
The Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER) is seeking to hire TWO Indigenous Knowledge & Engagement Coordinators for contract positions ending March 31, 2023.
Reporting to CIER and partnering with Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), each of the Indigenous Knowledge & Engagement Coordinators are responsible for tasks related to the following two areas of work:
- Coordinating engagement with Indigenous communities to support them with Indigenous
- Knowledge (IK) related work. The Coordinators will also be working with communities to support the braiding of IK into recovery planning documents for the Species at Risk Act (SARA).
- Coordinating terrestrial species at risk related engagements with Indigenous communities in British Columbia, documenting information from these engagements, reporting and maintaining databases.
CIER is seeking a Conservation Planner for a contract position ending March 31, 2023. Reporting to CIER and partnering with ECCC, the Conservation Planner is responsible for supporting Indigenous communities in British Columbia on work related to conservation planning.
Broadly, the Conservation Planner will work collaboratively and in partnership with Indigenous communities and organizations to identify and respond to funding opportunities, provide guidance on conservation planning efforts, and support with establishing data sharing agreements.
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