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Current Employment Opportunities with the Nature Trust

Engagement and Philanthropy Facilitator

The Nature Trust has created a new leadership position on our staff team, to build upon the tremendous conservation achievements, public awareness, profile and momentum of recent years, and to help ensure a sustainable financial future for our organization.

Our Engagement and Philanthropy Facilitator will oversee our leadership giving programs including major gifts, planned giving and corporate partnerships. The successful candidate is truly passionate about our cause and inspires a spirit of philanthropy throughout our organization, programs and our community. The person we seek is above all else a communicator and relationship-builder. Someone who can find common ground that engages donors, partners and stakeholders in meaningful, rewarding and impactful ways in our mission.

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Request for Proposals: 100 Wild Islands Management Strategy

In partnership with the Province of Nova Scotia and other land owners, the Nature Trust is developing a comprehensive joint management strategy for the 100 Wild Islands coastal wilderness, which stretches from Clam Harbour Provincial Park to Taylor Head Provincial Park. This work is happening in conjunction with the Wild Islands Tourism Advancement Partnership (www.witap.ca), which is aimed at advancing tourism on the Eastern Shore and creating a broader management planning strategy for the entire Eastern Shore Islands Wilderness Area. The Nature Trust is a partner organization on the WITAP project, and this management strategy will ensure that the unique natural values within the 100 Wild Islands are protected, while allowing for appropriate, low-impact recreational activities.

In order to inform the development of the management strategy, inventory and analysis work will be undertaken to document and better understand the area's ecological and recreational attributes. This will include a review of existing research and understanding, stakeholder and community consultations, the identification of knowledge gaps, ecological and recreation field surveys, ecological and recreation inventories, and sensitivity and opportunity mapping and zonation. The Nature Trust and Nova Scotia Environment have developed three requests for proposals, and we are seeking applications from qualified consultants to complete the work described in each RFP.

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Field Ecologist Contractor

The Nature Trust is recruiting experienced field ecologists to provide expert knowledge and support for our conservation programme, and to supplement our staff and volunteer teams.  Contractors may apply in general, or for specific areas of expertise as outlined below.

Field work will include onsite inspections, ecological assessments and survey of potential and existing conservation lands.

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