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Source: LocalWork.ca Listed: Thursday 21 May, 2020
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Village of Nakusp 
Water Smart Ambassador 
Water Smart Ambassador The Village of Nakusp has an exciting opportunity for a dynamic individual to act as the Water Smart Ambassador, a summer position for the 2020 season. Position will be based on a 7hour work day at $18.23/hr, Monday to Friday. The Water Smart Ambassador provides public education about water conservation to residents and businesses in Nakusp. Duties include: responding to customer inquiries about water conservation; proactively promoting water conservation through public displays and events, conducting lawn and garden water assessments at residential locations, working with the Public Works department to help ensure watering efficiency; and carrying out social marketing programs designed to reduce water consumption. Training will be provided. This is a real opportunity to make a difference in your community. While this is an ideal position for a person already in, or interested in, a career in environmental education or resource management, anyone with an interest in water conservation is encouraged to reply. Essential Qualifications Passion for water conservation and environmental issues Excellent interpersonal communications skills Completion of Grade 12 or an equivalent GED Valid BC Driver's License, Class 5 Knowledge of the local area Self motivated and highly organized Experience with public education and / or working with the public on a one-on-one level Computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc) Data gathering and analytical skills Interested applicants should submit a covering letter and resume by May 27th, 2020 to: Cheryl A. Martens, CAO Village of Nakusp Box 280, Nakusp BC, V0G 1R0 Or Email: cao@nakusp.com This position is supported by a wage subsidy program and requires applicants to be 17 to 29 years old, must be a BC Resident, and must not be participating in another labour funded program. The successful applicant will be approved by GetYouthWorking after prior review of the CAO. Information on this program can be found at www.getyouthworking.ca (1088865h)




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