Join our team!
Reporting to: Education Program Manager
Position Type: 18-week term, 40 hours per week, Starting date: As soon as possible to Sept 3rd
Candidates must be Metis, Non-Status or Inuit Candidates must be students between the ages of 18-30 who attended school full-time during the preceding year and who intend to return to school on a full-time basis in the following academic year (part–time and distance education students do not qualify).
The Wildlife Education Intern will help deliver Wildlife Haven Education workshops and presentations in the new Murray Education Centre at Wildlife Haven and to schools and community events in the province (virtual and in-person at outdoor events).
POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Facilitate and present Wildlife STEM workshops for visiting groups and public visitors.
• Present outreach wildlife education presentations in schools, day cares, nursing homes etc. (virtual and in-person)
• Handling of Wildlife Ambassadors for education presentations
• Clean and disinfect enclosures, dishes and other equipment, laundry.
• Welcome visitors to the Murray Education Centre and facilitate presentations and activities.
• Responsible for execution of the Murray Education Centre sanitization
• Ensure compliance of COVID-19 safety protocols with visitors to the Murray Education Centre.
• Bilingual, English and French an asset. • Excellent communication, organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills.
• Excellent customer service skills, in person and on the phone.
• Studies in Education, Science, Environmental Science or Engineering fields an asset.
• Experience or knowledge of handling of wild animals an asset.
• Available to work days, evenings and weekends.
Please send resume and cover letter by email with “Education Intern” in subject line to email@example.com
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
This position in made possible by the funding from the Student Summer Employment Program with the Manitoba Metis Federation.