Maintaining relationships with Indigenous communities in Alberta’s oil sands region to develop and deliver meaningful programming.
Purchasing and maintaining necessary supplies including water quality probes and filtration kits.
Coordinating the training of Indigenous monitors on equipment calibration, sample collection, and sample handling procedures.
Visiting participating communities to support training and sampling efforts.
Management of data using the Gordon Foundation’s DataStream water quality portal.
Preparation of water quality reports.
Collaboration with partners including the provincial Oil Sands Monitoring Program and the University of Athabasca Facilitation Centre.
An undergraduate degree or diploma in environmental sciences or a related field.
A valid driver’s license.
Must have a flexible schedule to accommodate field work.
Must be able to work independently and possess an enthusiasm for working in outdoor conditions.
Professional or cultural experience with Indigenous communities is an asset.
Professional experience with water quality monitoring or community based monitoring programs is an asset.
Experience managing and analyzing environmental data is an asset.
Please submit a cover letter and resume as one file to Bradley Peter at email@example.com .