Job Posting


Churchill Northern Studies


Sustainability Coordinator

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Closing Date


Churchill, MB

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Hourly Wage


  • Able to work independently, have strong problem-solving abilities, and be proactive in implementing solutions.

  • Adept at interpersonal and public communication.

  • A team player willing to work periodic long hours, on flexible schedules and on call, for the betterment of the CNSC.

  • Active in seeking new and innovative means for sustainability.

  • In excellent physical condition and prepared to work in demanding physical environments characterized by wide ranges of temperatures, long hours of intense sunlight, severe insect pests, and the risk of polar bear and other wildlife encounters.

  • Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, sustainability, or related field.

  • Knowledge in record keeping, building management systems, and sustainability systems.

  • Excellent speaking and writing skills.

  • Experience with the demanding physical challenges of outdoor and remote location work.

  • Basic maintenance skills

  • Post-secondary education in environmental science, sustainability, or community food projects is considered an asset

  • Operation of off-road vehicles and a valid Firearms Possession and Acquisition License (for protection against wildlife) a definite asset

  • Preference will be given to applicants who reside in Churchill and surrounding communities and to Indigenous applicants.

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