Employment Opportunities

Nature Saskatchewan has the following job opportunity for January 2019.  The position is based in Regina, involves travel in southern Saskatchewan, and starts January 7, 2019.   
General qualifications include a strong interest in conservation and environmental education/outreach, and studies in the fields of biology, ecology, geography, agriculture, or other related studies. Applicants should have good communication, computer and organizational skills; be self-motivated with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team; hold a valid driver’s license (vehicle will be provided); and be willing to travel and work flexible hours.
The application deadline is December 9th, 2018, and applications will only be accepted via email. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 Habitat Stewardship Assistant


ONE full-time position lasting ~12 weeks, with a STRONG POSSIBILITY OF EXTENSION, and wage of $18 - $20/hour. The stewardship assistant will assist in the delivery of our Operation Burrowing Owl, Shrubs for Shrikes, Plovers on Shore, Rare Plant Rescue, and Stewards of Saskatchewan banner programs. These programs promote conservation of prairie species at risk and their habitat.

Main tasks and responsibilities:

organize and plan trips in southern Saskatchewan, contact and meet with rural landowners regarding target species, and help deliver workshops to agricultural producers and the public in rural communities.

Specific qualifications:

basic wildlife and plant identification skills, familiarity with Rural Municipality (RM) maps, experience working with rural landowners, working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Standard First-aid, and experience driving on grid roads in winter conditions would be an asset.
Please email a cover letter and resume in one PDF file to Rebecca Magnus by 11:59 pm, Sunday, December 9th at outreach@naturesask.ca. Include in the subject line “Stewardship Assistant Application” and your name.
All else being equal, Aboriginal students, Adult Basic Education students, and students with disabilities who choose to self-declare as belonging to a group, will also be given preference.
Nature Saskatchewan is a non-government charitable organization that engages and inspires people to appreciate, learn about, and protect Saskatchewan’s natural environment.