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Application deadline Feb 5, 2018: The Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) is seeking an enthusiastic young professional under 30 years of age to become our Invasive Species Extension Coordinator based in Williams Lake, BC. The Extension Intern will work on a broad range of technical and extension projects including: developing technical documentation and key outreach and extension materials; supporting Invasive Species Action Month and key public education events; coordinating delivery of a Cariboo regional outreach and extension program, including a comprehensive education and outreach program for Indigenous communities, youth, community groups and the resource sector; and supporting on key ISCBC initiatives and priorities.
Invasive Species Council of BC is seeking a part-time Invasive Species Educator/ Instructor to coordinate and deliver an invasive species education programs to students and youth groups within Cariboo region (including from 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and Quesnel and surrounding areas). The goal is to get youth inspired to take action to create healthier communities, including parks and schools grounds.