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Stewardship Coordinator (2 positions available)

Length: 6 months to March 31, 2010 (full time 37 - 40 hours per week). Some weekend work may be required.
Pay: depending on experience and training ($18-$24 per hour)
Start Date: Sept 21, 2009 (or earlier)

The Fraser Valley Conservancy is looking for two applicants to fill a dynamic and
interesting role working with a regional land trust. The FVC protects lands of ecological and historic importance for our future within the Fraser Valley Regional District and it is mandated to promote stewardship, protect species at risk and promote the use of conservation tools on private land.


Natural Resource Management Specialist

The Consorzio ITA (Italian Consortium for Remote Sensing of the Environment and Agriculture) is looking for specialists in Natural Resource Management (with at least eight years experience in the field) to join a large EU funded project in sub-Saharan Africa.



Location: Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Arctic Council (AC) is an international forum that promotes co-operation on environmental protection and sustainable development issues in the Arctic. The Council is a unique body because it provides for the full participation of the Arctic Indigenous Peoples.

Known as Permanent Participants, representatives of six Arctic Indigenous Peoples’ Organizations work side by side with the eight Arctic Member Countries. The Council’s mandate includes incorporating the traditional and cultural needs, values, rights and practices of Arctic Indigenous Peoples in its programmes and policies.


GIS TECHNICIAN Musqueam Indian Band

          Temporary Full-Time (9 months)

(Education Leave Replacement)
The Musqueam Indian Band (MIB) is a First Nations community located in the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, with a traditional territory encompassing Greater Vancouver.  The MIB is very active in promoting and protecting the Aboriginal title and rights interests of the Musqueam. The MIB has built a Geographic Information System Unit under the Treaty, Lands and Resources Department to integrate information from a number of departments within the Band’s administration with a focus on treaty measures, community planning, and traditional use studies.
Position Summary:
A dynamic and committed individual is required to provide the technical and personal skills needed to participate in the organization and to provide both high quality GIS services and technical support to the MIB Administration.