ISCBC offers a wide range of employment opportunities for people who are passionate about making a difference to BC’s outdoors. We also post job openings from regional organizations, agencies and others within BC that are related to invasive species management. Please check back for new opportunities!
If you are interested in making a difference in your community, have field experience and are good working with people, then this is the job for you! ISCBC is working in partnership with provincial government, local community partners in the interior region to provide practical skills development and field experience in inventory, treatment and monitoring of invasive species, with a special focus on wildfire reclamation. As Invasive Species Supervisors will lead a team of three people in field activities and in community outreach and extension on a daily basis, they need to be knowledgeable, outgoing, and confident. Successful candidates must be self-motivated, highly organized, responsible, and work well in a team.
The Invasive Species Council of BC is seeking 3 keen and enthusiastic Youth Facilitators to engage youth in each of three communities (Kamloops, Lower Mainland, Williams Lake). Each Youth Facilitators will be awesome at reaching out to peers and passionate about working together to create healthier parks and communities, free of invasive species. As a Youth Facilitator, you will build and work with a local youth team to identify and take action on specific invasive species challenges in the local community landscapes. You will build a strong sense of teamwork that engages youth in contributing to the local community.
This is your chance to support and help grow youth leaders in BC. Are you passionate about connecting youth to the environment? Do you want to make a lasting impact in 3 communities and inspire and build a network with over 60 youth? Do you want to support healthier habitats and building a strong team of youth taking local action? Do you enjoy working with people on a dynamic, energetic and very professional team? The Invasive Species Council of BC is seeking a keen and enthusiastic Youth Coordinator to manage a special project aimed at engaging youth in three BC communities.
The Invasive Species Council of BC is seeking a keen and enthusiastic Training Facilitator to lead the development and accreditation of new training programs, workshops and e-learning opportunities. The Council works with a wide range of people from across BC - from local community organizations to business leaders to gardeners and youth- all wanting to learn more about invasive species and making a difference in their communities.
Are you wanting to help ensure that the Cariboo has healthy grasslands, lakes and special places? Do you enjoy reaching out to community groups, participating in special events?
The Invasive Species Council of BC is seeking an individual under 30 that is looking for new and rewarding challenges in an innovative and collaborative atmosphere. As an Invasive Species Outreach Coordinator, you will assist in the development and delivery of some of the Council’s programs related to invasive species education, changing behavior, and training. You will want to build stronger communication skills both written and verbal, be able to research and be a concise and clear writer.
Want to help protect the lower mainland environment? Are you interested in helping track and report invasive pests (such as the Japanese Beetle) with outreach to key partners? Do you enjoy working with a leading-edge team of advisors and experts?
The Invasive Species Council of BC is seeking a part to full-time Indigenous Liaison that will seek and develop relationships with Indigenous communities and Tribal Councils across the province. This Liaison position will be responsible for program development and delivery on Indigenous outreach, training and extension.
This is your opportunity to grow an active youth program and develop province-wide resources. With a background in education, this is a chance to help engage youth and youth leaders in getting involved in outdoor activities. You could grab this opportunity to coordinate and promote a range of youth resources and programs. Ideally, you will also have knowledge of the curriculum along with experience in preparing youth activity sheets, teacher/instructor guides and other resources.
Are you an experienced project manager? Do you have a passion for program performance and the timely delivery of projects? Do you have strong organizational skills and enjoy working with people on a dynamic, energetic and very professional team?
Do you have a background in communication and want to make a difference across the province? Do you want to be involved in a wide range of communication activities - from social media to print production? This is your opportunity to grow and demonstrate skills an active youth program and develop province-wide resources. Use your background in communications (formal or through experience) to help develop a wide range of communication products for a growing organization.