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McAbee Fossil Beds Heritage Site

Aug 12 2020
Position Title: Trail Worker
Community Futures Sun Country is looking for highly motivated workers to help build interpretive trails at the McAbee Provincial Heritage Site starting August 24, 2020 for up to 8 weeks. This is a physically demanding job requiring a reasonable level of fitness. We are looking to hire for the entire project phase with training and trail theory provided.
The position includes learning about trail building and maintenance, and field experience on a variety of trail development and maintenance work at the Heritage Site. Candidates should clearly state their level of competency and related skills/abilities in a resume.
The site work specifically includes:
• Clearing corridor and building tread;
• Building boardwalks, stairs and stiles;
• Trail maintenance, clearing, & pruning.
Required/Desired skills and abilities:
• Carpentry skills;
• Back-country safety;
• Knowledge of safe use of chainsaw, power tools and hand tools;
• Must be able to work outside for long periods of time in inclement weather;
• Knowledge of trail design and construction techniques is an asset;
• Capping experience is also an asset but is not necessary.
The Trail Worker will report to the Project Operations Manager with the Shuswap Trail Alliance.
To Apply: Qualified candidates must send a resume via email to darnott@cfsun.ca with subject clearly labelled “Resume for Trail Worker Position.” Please emphasize your skills and abilities related to this position. Deadline August 17, 2020