Employment Opportunity #009-20.21

The University of New Brunswick Fredericton welcomes applications for the position of Operations Coordinator with the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management: Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI). This is a 2-year, full-time (36.25 hours per week) term position with the PTSU employee group. The position is funded by the external monies with a salary range of $38,152 - $47,691 per annum.

The CRI requires services of an Operations Coordinator that will oversee the coordination of its committees and various agreements with service providers, funders, and Science Fellows, as well as annual events, activities, social media responsibilities, and the day to day operations of the Institute.

Position summary:
  • Oversee the scheduling, organizing, and recording, of various committees.
  • Develop work plans/budgets/policies.
  • Participate in meetings with various committees and boards. Prepare meeting agenda and all documents. Record minutes for all meetings from active participation or audio recordings.
  • Develop partnership, service provider, and Science Fellow agreements.
  • Ensure the appropriate service provider addresses requests from membership and external stakeholders.
  • Gather information required for the development of reports to the CRI Executive and funding agencies.
  • Oversee the coordination of annual CRI events/activities. Coordinate the communications and marketing of the events/activities.
  • Day to day operations and management of the CRI Corporate Division.
  • Respond to general inquiries via email, social media and telephone. Oversee the filing of CRI personnel files.
  • Maintain a social media presence on multiple platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter,
  • Oversee the upkeep of the contact management databases.
  • Secure financial tasks such as purchase orders, and invoicing.
  • Update and maintain the CRI Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) manual including the management of all pass-codes for various IT tools and accounts.
  • Manage the sales of the CRI merchandise.
  • Assist with preparation and submission of funding proposals and associated reports.
  • Coordinate hiring processes, ensure the training and supervision of staff including co-op students and internships.
  • Oversee and manage CRI's office and merchandise inventory.
  • Communicate with Fellows to get pictures and contact information, uploading pictures to the website, making modest changes to design, and updating schedules for annual events.

  • Post-Secondary education in administration, organizational management, governance management, project management with 3 years of experience managing and overseeing multiple boards and/or committees, database management and/or contracts/MoUs and partnership agreements.
  • Experience with MS Office 365 Suite, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
  • Experience with Canva, MailChimp, Webpage Content Management Systems (e.g. SquareSpace) is an asset.
  • Experience in managing research institutes or departments of academic institutions is an asset.
  • Background experience or interest in aquatic sciences would be a benefit, but not required.
  • Academic experience in natural sciences (e.g. environmental science/biology,) and engineering would be an asset.

Closing date for applications is July 7, 2020 4:00 PM. We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The University of New Brunswick is committed to employment equity and fostering diversity within our community and developing an inclusive workplace that reflects the richness of the broader community that we serve. The University welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals who will help us achieve our goals, including women, visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

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Closing Date: July 10 2020

Role: We have an upcoming opportunity available on our team for a client focused energetic
Live-In Superintendent at the BFCRC .

About the Centre: The Beausejour Family Crisis Resource Centre Inc is a charitable organization
providing immediate counselling and support services to victims of family violence along with
their children as well as those with emotional and life difficulties. The Centre provides
immediate services on a 24/7 basis to a large geographical region from Alma to Rexton and east
to the border of Nova Scotia, servicing a total population of over 250,000.

We are looking for someone who:
• Understands the importance of confidentiality, diplomacy, tact, positive attitude and
setting boundaries
• Has the ability to work independently and as a member of a team,
• Has a valid driver's license.
• Is equipped with basic computer literacy (MS Word, Excel)
• Has the ability to work outdoors
• Has proven communication skills, both written and oral
• Is organized and can tackle multiple projects at once
• Able to work on-call/ after hours emergencies
* Has previous experience within the property management industry and/or as a building
superintendent is an asset.

• Building cleaning and maintenance - Keeps building grounds and common areas clean
and in safe condition.
• Responds to tenant requests for repairs and keeps a journal of completed work.
• Keeps entrances, walkways and stairways clear of ice, snow and debris.
• On Call Duties: Respond to after business hours & weekend emergency calls (overnight
and weekend admissions). Responds to overnight alarms (fire and safety)
• Inspection of rental units and prepare them for rental.
• Building and maintaining positive professional tenant relationships
• Keeps noise levels to a minimum.
• Discusses rental violations with tenants with the goal of resolution.
• Delivers renewal letters and eviction notices.
• Keeps track of supplies needed for cleaning and maintenance

Details: This is a part-time position with salary and subsidized apartment suite provided.

How you apply:

If this sounds like an exciting opportunity you don’t want to miss, send your CV and motivation letter no
later than July 20 2020

Mrs. Kristal Leblanc
Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre
66 Calder Street
Shediac NB E4P 1K8
Fax : 533-9348        Email : kristalleblanc@nb.aibn.com

We look forward to working with you!

We thank you for your interest in our job posting and all qualified applicants will be considered;
however, only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Position: Executive Director
Organization: Conservation Council of New Brunswick
Location: Fredericton, New Brunswick

Join the province’s most trusted environmental organization and be a force for change.

Do you have a passion for the natural world and protecting our environment? Are you interested in advancing your career and learning from one of Canada’s leading environmental campaigners, our current Executive Director, Lois Corbett? Do you have a strong background managing teams and working on diverse projects, preferably in an environmental organization? Do you have a proven track record raising funds for environmental or similar organizations? Are you known for your strong human resource management skills? If so, this position will be of interest to you.

The Conservation Council is growing and as part of our succession planning process, we have split the Executive Director role into two positions. Lois will stay on in a Senior Policy Director role and will continue using her tremendous skills in policy direction, campaign strategy, government and funder relations, and media communications. Our new Executive Director will take on overall responsibility and accountability for the day-to-day operations of the organization, with a strong focus on fundraising.


The Conservation Council of New Brunswick is a charitable, non-profit, membership-based organization directed by a volunteer, community-based Board of Directors. The Conservation Council has been at the forefront of environmental organizations in New Brunswick for over 50 years. Our goal is to create awareness of environmental problems and support solutions through research, education and interventions.


As Executive Director, you will make a significant contribution to the ongoing success of the Conservation Council. Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director has responsibility for the overall operations and ongoing financial sustainability of the organization.

Key areas of responsibility include:

  • Collaborating closely with the Board of Directors to develop comprehensive annual strategic and operational plans to ensure the organization’s key goals and objectives are met.
  • Overseeing the overall financial management of the organization, and effectively managing the annual budget to ensure revenue and expense targets are met.
  • Developing and implementing innovative and effective fundraising initiatives and campaigns that meet and exceed annual fundraising targets.
  • Actively fostering a productive, team-based work environment to ensure campaign and project work goals and objectives are met.

The Conservation Council provides a strong work/life balance with a generous vacation policy. This is a four day a week position.


Our ideal candidate is fluent in both English and French. You are passionate about the environment and climate change and are committed to making a difference. You have an undergraduate degree (or equivalent) and a proven track record in a leadership role, preferably with an environmental organization. You are known for your strong team building and human resource management skills, having successfully created empowering work environments where your employees are able to meet their objectives and reach their full potential. At least three years of management experience is required. You have been recognized for your creative and effective fundraising abilities, and have experience with fundraising and/or membership development plans that bring in over $100K per year. You have effectively managed budgets of $500K+, ensuring revenue and expense targets are met. Previous experience working with a Board of Directors is preferred.


The position is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Our office is located downtown at Conserver House close to the riverfront walking trails and the local Farmer’s Market.


Please e-mail your resume and covering letter in confidence to Stephanie Coburn at: scoburn@nb.sympatico.ca

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