We are always looking for adventurous, motivated individuals to join our team!
Current Positions Available:
Community Outreach Coordinator – summer position
Reporting to the Communications & Events Coordinator, the Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for managing and implementing the Brooks’ Nature Trailer public outreach and events schedule, as well as supporting the delivery of ABNC public education and engagement initiatives on-site at Allan Brooks Nature Centre.
Community Events Assistant – summer position
Reporting to the Communications & Events Coordinator, the Community Events Assistant will act as the primary liaison between public and ABNC, providing the community with information and interactive experiences through delivery of the Brooks’ Nature Trailer program at festivals and events throughout the Okanagan Valley. The Community Events Assistant will also work as event assistant for RespectFest, a Canada 150 regional celebration, planned for Sept. 20-24 at ABNC.
Garage Sales Assistants & Other Volunteers
We’re currently seeking support for our annual Spring Mega Garage & Plant Sale. This is our largest and longest running fundraiser that continues to grow each year. The sale not only meets our environmental mandate by re-purposing and re-cycling lightly used items that could otherwise end up in the landfill, it raises an extraordinary amount of money for the Nature Centre! If you have a truck, a love of garage sales and some time to offer, we’d love to hear from you. Pick-up and Delivery Drivers, Garage Sales Work Crew and Coordinating Assistants are needed.
Check back soon for the following positions:
Okanagan Nature Interpreter
Reporting to the Education Program Coordinator, the Okanagan Nature Interpreter will act as the primary liaison between visitors and ABNC, providing the community with the first-hand experiences of the Okanagan and Allan Brooks through greeting visitors, nature interpretation and delivery of programs and services at the Nature Centre. The incumbent will ensure the best possible experience for visitors. Knowledge of Okanagan culture and language is desired.