In partnership, the Georgian Bay Mnidoo Gamii Biosphere (GBB) and the Georgian Bay Anishinaabek Youth (GBAY) are seeking applicants for the Indigenous Educator (IE) position. The IE will be primarily responsible for supporting the development and delivery of Indigenous environmental education programs and public outreach pertaining to the Georgian Bay Biosphere, to a variety of audiences.
- GBB’s hiring and standard employee policies and procedures recognize and uphold anti-racist, equitable, and inclusive processes. Including, but not limited to: company laptop for placement use, travel bursaries for work-related opportunities, paid health days, co-created work plan with management support, goal setting, workplace orientation, June 21 and September 30th as paid holidays, and more. Accessibility is an organizational priority.
- Mentorship and capacity building opportunities will be offered regularly. Including, but not limited to: Anishinaabemowin sessions, First Aid certifications, Paddle Canada certifications, interpretive guide training, and online facilitation training.
- Potential for contract extension.
Duration: January 10 – June 30, 2022 with possibility of extension.
Location: Work will be performed from the GBB office (125 William Street, Parry Sound) as well as from event locations across eastern Georgian Bay, including Killbear Provincial Park.
Application Deadline: 5:00 pm January 22, 2022
To Apply: Please email resume and cover letter as one PDF document, with the subject line “Application to Indigenous Education” to Kyla Judge at [email protected]. Only successful candidates will be contacted.