Hike Nova Scotia is a nonprofit organization that encourages and promotes a growing hiking culture throughout our great province. We strive to be the voice for those who hike, walk and snowshoe as well as those who build and maintain hiking trails.
Job Description / Responsibilities
The Youth Trail Corps will begin a movement to train youth to work in the trails sector in Nova Scotia, giving them marketable skills. At the same time, it will support community trail managers as they build and maintain safe trails for everyone. It will increase capacity among community trail groups, First Nations, municipalities and others, fostering a culture of trail building among youth both in the professional and volunteer realms. This pilot will set the stage for an ongoing Youth Trail Corps. Community trail groups in particular will benefit from youth helping them face repair and maintenance issues from increased pandemic use and from recent hurricane damage. In phase one, the Youth Trail Corps Coordinator will set the foundation for the Corps, putting coordination, administration and funding in place for the pilot year (phase two) when trail crews will be deployed. Full-time (35 hours/week) at $25/hr.
To view the full job description, requirements and how to apply, go to https://www.hikenovascotia.ca/news-job-postings/. The deadline to apply is June 11.
To apply for this job please visit www.hikenovascotia.ca.