These expert-led programs focus on the rich biological, historical, and cultural diversity of the Churchill region. The Program Coordinator also manages the CNSC volunteer program and conducts a variety of outreach activities in the community, particularly for youth.
Qualified applicants will have post-secondary training in education, tourism, recreation studies or similar fields and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Familiarity with budgeting and
marketing would be an asset. The successful candidate must hold (or be willing to obtain) certificates in basic first-aid and CPR, use of firearms for protection against wildlife, and a Manitoba Class 4
(van/small bus) driver's license and will be required to submit a criminal background check.
CNSC is an independent, non-profit research and education facility located near the town of Churchill, Manitoba, along the shore of historic Hudson Bay. The CNSC facilitates scientific research and
educational programming on the physical, biological and social sciences by providing accommodations and logistic support to a growing international body of researchers and educators.
To apply, please submit a detailed resume by email, fax or regular post no later than Monday, 21 April 2008, to:
Churchill Northern Studies Centre
P.O. Box 610
Churchill, MB R0B 0E0
For further information about this and other positions as well as further information about CNSC, please go to their Site.
Program Coordinator Position Announcement - Churchill Northern Studies Center
Tue, Apr 22, 2008
The Churchill Northern Studies Center (CNSC) announces a Program Coordinator position. This Churchill-based position is responsible for the delivery of educational programming to a broad range of clientele of varied age and educational background, from young children to senior citizens.