Opportunities with Other Organizations
A key member of the Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) team; the Environmental Planner primarily reviews and makes recommendations regarding municipal planning applications and reviews and issues permits under Section 28 of the Conservation Authorities Act. The Environmental Planner also conducts site inspections, responds to public enquiries and liaises with a variety of stakeholders.
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Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume, covering letter and a separate document that clearly demonstrates how they meet the above position requirements, in MS WORD or PDF file format, no later than August 28, 2017 to:
Matt Craig, Manager of Planning and Regulations
Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority
10970 Hwy 7, Carleton Place Ontario, K7C 3P1
Fax: (613) 253-0122
This opportunity is for an Algonquin Community Member who is enrolled in a post-secondary program, ideally a co-op program.
The Junior Project Coordinator will assist with administrative processes and support the team in preparation of deliverables associated with the marketing and sales development of the Wateridge Village Project.
Qualified candidates are invited to send their applications no later than:
Friday, August 25th, 2017.
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Ontario is offering summer employment opportunities to help students develop important skills, gain meaningful experience and learn more about a career in natural resource management.
There are more than 2,000 summer jobs and full-time internships available to young people in over 200 communities across Ontario, including:
- Stewardship Youth Ranger
- Park Ranger
- Aquatic/Wildlife Biologist
- Assistant Forest Technician
- Learn to Camp Program Leader
- Fish and Wildlife Assistant
- Land Use Planning Assistant
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Assistant
- Climate Change Research Assistant
- Wetlands Information Management Assistant
The province also offers summer jobs and work exchanges specifically for Indigenous youth that provide hands-on experience, on-the-job coaching and opportunities to explore a career in natural resources management.
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Canada Lands Company CLC Limited (CLC) is now commencing its planning and consultation process to redevelop the former Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe in Ottawa in anticipation that development and construction will begin in two to three years. Prior to acquiring the Rockcliffe site, CLC and the Algonquins of Ontario (AOO) entered into an innovative Participation Agreement which establishes a direct financial interest for the AOO and sets out opportunities for Algonquin business development ventures.
Specifically, CLC and the AOO are committed to maintaining a list of qualified Algonquin companies with the capacity, experience and financial strength to provide consulting services or to undertake various elements of servicing to support the redevelopment of the site. The AOO is interested in learning whether there are any qualified Algonquin companies, contractors or suppliers who are available in the spring of 2013 to implement an ongoing program of landscape maintenance to manage the growth of vegetation on the site.
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