Do you have strong communication skills and an interest in engaging and teaching the public about the natural and cultural resources that Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park protects? The Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation is looking for a summer student to work as a Public Programming Assistant at Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park.
The successful candidate will, with guidance from the Public Program Coordinator, lead natural and cultural outreach programs offered by the Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation and assist with other visitor experience related duties.
Responsibilities include: Leading a variety of children’s, seniors’, family, and adult programs that teach the natural and historical features of the park; maintaining the equipment for park programs; promotion of programming; creating social media content, working occasionally in the Visitor Information Center; offering support for special events; and compilation of program and survey data.
Remuneration: $15-17/hour (based on a 37.25 hour work week) depending on experience
Employment Duration: May 1 through September 2, 2018
TO APPLY (or for further information):
Please forward your resume to email@example.com or:
Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation
255001 Glenbow Road
Cochrane, Alberta T4C 0B7
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 9, 2018
* Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park is situated along the north banks and escarpments of the Bow Valley Corridor between Calgary and Cochrane. It is one of Alberta’s newest provincial parks, protecting a variety of natural and cultural resources. Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation is co-developing the Park with the Province.
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