Jobs at SPES

School Programs Manager

Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) is a community-based not-for-profit organization with a mission of collaborative leadership in environmental education, research and conservation in Stanley Park.  We are seeking a creative, innovative, and passionate educator to manage our outdoor nature education programs for school groups and day camp 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. Your time is concurrently split between managing three types of programs roughly as follows: 50% school field trips, 25% spring overnight camps, and 25% weeklong summer day camps.

SPES is composed of self-starters who work collaboratively with others in a fun and dynamic environment. Reporting to the Executive Director and working from the second floor of the historic Stanley Park Dining Pavilion, this is a core, fulltime position of the society.

If you are creative, love nature, find it rewarding to educate young people, and have the following qualifications, we want to hear from you.

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Office Coordinator / Bookkeeper

Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) is a community-based not-for-profit organization with a mission of collaborative leadership in environmental education, research and conservation in Stanley Park.  We are seeking a highly motivated, highly organized individual for full cycle bookkeeping, reception, manage office systems, and to support program staff with a diversity of tasks. Reporting to the Executive Director and working from the second floor of the historic Stanley Park Dining Pavilion, this is a core, fulltime position of the society.

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