[Sust-mar] Summer Field Coordinator, contract, NSNT, Halifax, Nova Scotia
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Position: Summer Field Program Coordinator
Type: full-time 5-month contract, April - August 2013
Organization: Nova Scotia Nature Trust http://nsnt.ca/newsevents/?id=287
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust is seeking a full-time contract Summer Field Program Coordinator to assist with conservation efforts in the summer of 2013.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Summer Field Program Coordinator is expected to manage the collection, organization, and disbursement of data from several Nature Trust volunteer field programs. This person will also assist in a range of conservation work, including assisting project coordinators with project management for the Endangered Species Project and the Land Stewardship Program. This work is dynamic and includes a wide range of duties.
Project work -- Bird's Eye View
Research and develop data management system for the Bird's Eye View Program.
Organise birding volunteers to conduct site visits.
Design program materials.
Liaise with conservation partners to learn best practices for volunteer data collection
Establish data vetting system.
Project work -- Volunteer Plant Monitoring Program
This volunteer program is run in collaboration with partner organizations: the Mersey Tobeatic
Research Institute and Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. Activities include:
With partners, coordinate and assist with volunteer training sessions (in ACPF
identification and in the monitoring program protocol).
Assist with volunteer organization, communication, and support.
Collect and vet data from volunteers, and input it into a database.
Project work - Coastal Greenprint data gathering
Locate and collect ecological data from Nature Trust conservation partners.
Other general Nature Trust work
Assist and accompany project coordinators on field visits where required.
Assist with organization of public events (such as presentations, guided walks, public
meetings and celebrations) including assisting with the preparation of correspondence,
Participate in public educational events (guided walks, property celebrations, etc.).
Experience organizing and managing biological data sets
Experience working with volunteers
Public event organization
Written, interpersonal, and oral communication skills
Strong organizational skills
Experience with field work including navigating with topographical maps, aerial photos, and a GPS
Valid driving licence
Bird identification skills
Experience with bird or flora related organizations or groups within Nova Scotia
Experience with citizen science/volunteer field data collection programs
Proficiency in the Microsoft suite, as well as social networking sites
Experience importing and managing data in GIS
A Post-secondary degree in Biology, Environmental Science, or Environmental Studies
(or equivalent experience)
This position is a full-time contract from 2 April 2013 to 30 August 2013. The remuneration is $16 - 18/hour.
Deadline for applications: Friday 15 March, 2013
Please send a covering letter, resume, and two references to:
Dennis Garratt, Conservation Manager
Nova Scotia Nature Trust
PO Box 2202 Halifax, NS B3J 3C4
Email: dennis at nsnt.ca
Fax: (902) 429-5263
Thank you for your interest in the Nature Trust and in this position.
Due to anticipated number of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.
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