- Post-secondary degree [Agriculture or Environmental Sciences related] and up to 3 years previous municipal-related experience, or, post-secondary diploma [Agriculture or Environmental Sciences related] and up to 5 years previous municipal-related experience;
- Working level understanding of environmental protection legislation [ie. Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, Water Act, Fisheries Act, Land Stewardship Act];
- Occupational Health & Safety legislation, regulation, code;
- Pesticide Applicators’ License [asset];
- Class 5/Drivers’ Abstract;
- Current First Aid/CPR Certification [asset];
- Sound understanding of natural resource management issues within the local region;
- Demonstrated well developed oral, written and presentation skills;
- Demonstrated ability to work with and develop community groups, including group facilitation, action planning and mediation skills;
- High level of project planning, project management, record keeping and report writing;
- Ability to build partnerships with government agencies, non-government agencies, community groups, landowners, education, and external consultants;
- Ability and willingness to be flexible on working hours in order to contact landowners and attend community group meetings; and,
- Work cooperatively and collaboratively with superiors, peers and other staff of the County.
How to Apply?
Clearwater County is accepting applications through email [word or pdf format only]. Provide a cover letter explaining why you would be a good fit for Clearwater County, your required salary, and availability to join us if you are the successful candidate. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
by Noon on March 2, 2020.