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Job Posting: BC Nature Important Bird Area Coordinator

August 07, 2015
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The following is on behalf of BC Nature.

BC Nature is seeking a part-time coordinator to manage the Important Bird Areas (IBA) Caretaker Network in British Columbia. We are looking for a keen, motivated contract worker with knowledge of birds and their habitat in B.C, an interest in working collaboratively with volunteers, and excellent written, spoken, and online communication skills. Preference will be given to those with experience in writing grant applications, managing projects and a proven ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

This is a part-time contract position, likely two days a week, initially for six months, but with a strong likelihood of extension, provided funding is available. The IBA Program has been running for nine years in B.C. To learn more about it see http://www.bcnature.ca/projects/iba/

To learn more about this position, please contact Anne Murray, IBA Program liaison, BC Nature sanderling@uniserve.com and see the PDF below.

Closing date for applications is August 17, 2015.

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