CCC Job Opportunity: Manager of Ecosystem Recovery
Applications due by July 18, 2022
Carolinian Canada is a network of leaders growing healthy landscapes for a green future in the Carolinian Zone, Canada’s extraordinary far south, in the spirit and practice of reconciliation. We connect science, community and business for healthy ecosystems and climate-smart neighbourhoods from Toronto to Windsor, Ontario.
Our cross-sector platforms connect 300 groups, 5,000 volunteers and 37,000 hectares to save local wildlife, water and our way of life; and support 14 UN Sustainable Development Goals. (2020)
Carolinian Canada Coalition is a Canadian Registered Charity 83559 4722
We are looking for a dynamic and motivated leader to reverse the trend of habitat loss as part of a multidisciplinary team in Southern Ontario. You will manage programs that support the three directions of the organization to enable leadership, scale-up conservation and track impact.
Salary Range: $65,000 to $80,000 per year full time.
Carolinian Canada is a virtual workplace with some travel in the Carolinian Zone. Candidates should have the necessary equipment to fulfil this role.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Co-lead Southern Ontario Seed Strategy in collaboration with Indigenous Leadership Specialist and partner groups
- Lead Conservation Impact Bond Habitat and Healthy Landscape portfolios in collaboration with partner groups
- Participate in the In The Zone team to manage a multi partner platform and education programs to engage the public in growing native plants
- Research and data analysis to support the Big Picture conservation strategy
- Provide reports, reviews and recommendations based on ecological best practices and ecosystem health of diverse materials including policy, public communications, funding, etc.
- Work closely with diverse Landowner Leaders to plan and approve high quality habitat projects, and Carolinian Habitat Action Plans (CHAP)
- Lead and/or assist in proposal writing, communications and other fundraising activities to support ecological programs
- Program development to position Carolinian Canada as a network leader in healthy landscapes and protecting biodiversity in the region
- Administration to support ecological programming
- Valid driver’s licence
- Ability for occasional travel within North America
Education, Skills, and Experience
- Post-graduate or equivalent experience in Conservation and/or Ecological Restoration including field work
- Minimum 5 years of experience with conservation project management
- Familiarity with the Carolinian Zone, and conservation issues and opportunities
- Experience in network facilitation, relationship building and partnership management
- Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
- Proven report writing and data analysis skills
- Previous experience with grant writing
- Previous experience working with Indigenous communities and native plant industry considered an asset
- Proficiency in using computers and technology and ability to quickly pick up and use new software. Carolinian Canada makes use of: Microsoft Office, Teams, Onedrive and Sharepoint, Zoom Meetings and Webinars, Drupal Website CMS, Shopify
We are a virtual, flexible workplace with access to co-working spaces.
- Hours are flexible
- Compensation is competitive and will depend on experience and skills
- Flex time and policies to support work life balance
- Training, mentoring, professional development and networking opportunities supported
Equal Employment Opportunities
Carolinian Canada Coalition values diversity and inclusion at the heart of its values. We encourage all qualified applicants, including Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, women, persons with disabilities and members of sexual minority groups to apply. We're proud to be an equal opportunity employer. A variety of skill levels are invited to apply.
Carolinian Canada Coalition is committed to providing accommodation for applicants in marginalized communities or with disabilities; please let us know if you require accommodation during the recruitment process.
Interested candidates are encouraged to send their cover letter and resume by completing the online application below. By doing so, your resume is guaranteed to be reviewed.
Please submit your application and resume by July 18, 2022
We live on the traditional territories of many nations including the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee, the Lunaapeew, the Wendat and the Mississauga. We acknowledge the inherent and treaty rights of the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island including the many, diverse First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples who live here now. We commit to the teachings the Two Row Wampum and the One Dish One Spoon Wampum; and our duty to reconcile, learn more and create safe spaces for Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives to meet and discuss the issues that matter to everyone.