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Job Opportunity: CEO, Iron & Earth Industries

Position: 
CEO
Application Deadline: 
14 Feb 2021
Location: 
Remote

Job type: Permanent full-time staff position
Start date: April/May or earlier if possible. A later start date could also be negotiated. 
Base salary: $90,000 - $100,000 annually
Benefits: Benefits package available after three months

We are hiring a founding CEO to lead our new startup social enterprise, Iron & Earth Industries, a worker-driven climate careers training company. All profits from Industries will be invested in Iron & Earth’s nonprofit activities. 

The CEO’s core mission will be to launch Iron & Earth Industries as a social enterprise capable of scaling our training programs and services. The top-level-goals for the CEO are to help ensure Iron & Earth supports the thousands of industry and Indigenous workers who are ready for climate careers and generates resources to support Iron & Earth’s nonprofit activities.

This role is an exciting opportunity to join a team at the ground level of building a social enterprise poised to make a tangible contribution to getting workers into the over one million climate jobs that the net-zero economy will require.

The CEO provides oversight, overall management, planning, vision and leadership for Iron & Earth Industry’s work including strategy, finance, resource development, human resources, constituency and stakeholder engagement, communications, and board development. The CEO employs an empowering approach when collaborating with team members to nurture an environment of shared responsibility and accountability. Read more about Job Opportunity: CEO, Iron & Earth Industries

Job Opportunity: Donor Relations Officer, Y2Y

Position: 
Donor Relations Officer
Location: 
Canmore

The Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) is a joint Canada-US not-for-profit organization with a mission to connect and protect habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature thrive. Y2Y takes a scientific approach to conservation and is upheld as a global leader in large landscape conservation. Y2Y was conceived in 1993, and has staff in Alberta, British Columbia, Montana and Idaho. Our staff are creative, knowledgeable and passionate about their work. Visit www.y2y.net to learn more.

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Donor Relations Officer will be a key new member of Y2Y’s Canmore-based Development and Communications Team, working closely with a highly collaborative staff in a mission and results-driven environment. They will primarily help to engage, steward and identify individual and family donors with the capacity to support Y2Y’s conservation work at a higher level. This is a new fulltime position to support a growing team and opportunities, reporting to the Donor Relations Manager. Read more about Job Opportunity: Donor Relations Officer, Y2Y

Job Opportunity: National Chapter Director, Iron & Earth

Position: 
National Chapter Director
Application Deadline: 
18 Nov 2020
Location: 
Remote

Job type: Contract, with the goal of making the position a permanent staff position
Start date: Late November/Early December
Compensation: $30-35/hr depending on experience, at 30 hr/week 
Contract timeline: 1 year contract

INTRODUCTION

If you are excited to help forge a prosperous energy transition for our country and you have experience in the fossil fuel industry, don't miss this exciting opportunity to work with Iron & Earth!  Read more about Job Opportunity: National Chapter Director, Iron & Earth

Job Opportunity: Workshop Coordinator, Keepers of the Athabasca

Position: 
Workshop Coordinator
Application Deadline: 
10 Feb 2019
Location: 
Northern Alberta (flexible)

Duration: 6-month part-time contract (30 hours per week) with 3-month probationary period, and possibility of contract renewal and more hours.

Keepers of the Athabasca Watershed Society are First Nations, Métis, Inuit, environmental groups and watershed citizens working together for the protection of water, land and air for all living things in the Athabasca River watershed. We are guided by both Indigenous Elders’ traditional knowledge and western science.  Read more about Job Opportunity: Workshop Coordinator, Keepers of the Athabasca

Job Opportunity: Project Manager (Facilitation), CASA & AWC

Position: 
Project Manager (Facilitation)
Application Deadline: 
11 Sep 2018
Location: 
Edmonton

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Project Manager (PM) provides leadership and direction to multi-stakeholder project teams, working groups, and committees tasked with developing various solutions and deliverables for some of Alberta's most challenging water and air management issues. Working within the AWC and CASA’s collaborative decision-making processes, the PM plays an integral role to ensure that stakeholder participation is meaningful, diverse perspectives are heard and considered in order to reach solutions through consensus, and various deliverables are produced on time and of high quality.  Read more about Job Opportunity: Project Manager (Facilitation), CASA & AWC

Job Opportunity: Communications Specialist, Athabasca Watershed Council

Position: 
Communications Specialist
Application Deadline: 
7 Aug 2018
Location: 
Athabasca

Salary: $50,000.00 to $60,000.00 /year
Reporting: Reporting to the Executive Director of Athabasca Water Council

About Athabasca Watershed Council (AWC-WPAC) was established in 2009, the Athabasca Watershed Council (AWC-WPAC) is a designated Watershed Planning and Advisory Council (WPAC) that works in partnership with the Government of Alberta to achieve the goals outlined in the Provincial Government’s Water for Life strategy: Read more about Job Opportunity: Communications Specialist, Athabasca Watershed Council

Job Opportunity: Partner and Community Engagement Manager, Alberta Ecotrust

Position: 
Partner and Community Engagement Manager
Application Deadline: 
5 Aug 2018
Location: 
Calgary

Alberta Ecotrust Foundation is searching for a person who really understands the power and potential of authentic relationships and who thrives on hosting and holding space for people and ideas. You embrace complexity and systemic design, are responsive to the needs of people and organizations with diverse perspectives, and use approaches looking for common ground and solutions for a healthy environment. This new position of Partner and Community Engagement Manager (PCEM) will require someone with a special suite of skills. Read more about Job Opportunity: Partner and Community Engagement Manager, Alberta Ecotrust

Job Opportunity: Program Director - Climate Change, Ecojustice

Position: 
Program Director - Climate Change
Application Deadline: 
27 Jul 2018

The Program Directors lead our program work in the following three areas: Climate Change, Nature, and Healthy Communities. Program Directors provide strong leadership across Ecojustice litigation and law reform priorities, coordinating with each other, with their program teams, and with other members of the Leadership Team to maximize organizational impact by inspiring precedent-setting litigation and taking other actions that strengthen and enforce Canada's environmental laws.

Reporting to the Executive Director and managing a cross-regional team of staff lawyers and scientists with subject matter expertise, the Program Director Climate Change leads strategy and oversees delivery of the Climate Change area of our work. This role works closely with the Program Director Nature and the Program Director - Healthy Communities. Read more about Job Opportunity: Program Director - Climate Change, Ecojustice

Summer Student Job Opportunity with the Alberta Environmental Network

Position: 
Research and Communications Assistant (RCA)
Application Deadline: 
10 May 2018
Location: 
Edmonton
Calgary
flexible within Alberta

Please note that this position requires that certain conditions be met as it is partially funded by Service Canada’s Canada Summer Jobs programs. Details below.

The Alberta Environmental Network (AEN) believes that to effectively preserve and protect Alberta’s environment – addressing a wide range of issues including climate change, energy, land use and conservation, air and water issues - interested environmental non-government organizations (ENGOs) and other Albertans need support to strategize, collaborate, share information, build capacity and mobilize.

This position offers you an opportunity to play an important role in expanding the AEN’s reach and impact as the AEN enters a phase of rejuvenation and strategic development guided by its members. As part of a small staff that is adapting its organizational programs and services to meet the needs and optimize the opportunities of AEN members, you would help drive the process forward through responsibilities that range from capturing the history of the organization to reaching out to established and prospective AEN members to contributing to the development a communications plan. Read more about Summer Student Job Opportunity with the Alberta Environmental Network

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