Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) is a community-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging stewardship of our natural world through environmental education and conservation action based in Stanley Park. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to identify, lead and manage Conservation Projects including habitat enhancements, restoration initiatives, urban wildlife monitoring & best management practices, and liaising with the Park Board for ecological integrity.
If you have strong strategic and technical ecology experience, are a keen leader for a small team of staff and volunteers, and you have a passion for connecting diverse audiences to nature through hands-on action, we encourage you to apply:
We are seeking a creative, innovative, and passionate educator to deliver outdoor nature education programs for school groups and children.
SPES educational programs cover forest, wetland and intertidal ecosystems and are offered to schools between September and June and to day camp children during summer and spring break. Working as a team, SPES’ school programs reach over 6,000 students a year through outdoor, experiential programs. This is a rewarding opportunity to connect young people with nature.
This contract position is for up to 12 months.