ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE BETWEEN 15 AND 30 YEARS OF AGE AT THE START OF EMPLOYMENT. POSITIONS ARE NO LONGER RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS.
APPLICANTS MUST BE A CANADIAN CITIZEN, PERMANENT RESIDENT, OR HAVE OFFICIAL REFUGEE PROTECTION STATUS, AND BE LEGALLY ENTITLED TO WORK IN CANADA.
Qualifications: Ability to work with minimal supervision. Dependable and punctual. Ability to follow through on instructions, learn new skills and take initiative. Good organizational and problem-solving skills. Works well with others. Interest in biology and wildlife/animal behaviour suggested.
Training provided. Proof of Tetanus vaccination required. Volunteer experience with EWR an asset.
Job Description for Animal Care Worker: Animal husbandry; tasks related to the care of a variety of wildlife housed in-centre i.e. cage cleaning, food preparation, feeding wildlife and clean-up, some animal handling, some medical treatments. Recordkeeping; record feedings and procedures. Some Building Maintenance; clean-up of caging areas and other work spaces.
Job Description for Administrative Assistant/Animal Care: Assisting with administration of EWR activities including preparation of EWR documents, data entry, filing, and research of fund-raising opportunities. Includes direct contact with public submitting wildlife for care, and answering inquiries from the public. Some animal husbandry tasks as required; cage cleaning, food preparation, feeding wildlife and clean-up.
Hours per Week: 35
Duration: 8 weeks
Start Dates: Various
Participants will be asked to complete a Service Canada survey prior to the end of the job term.
Submit resume to: Erie Wildlife Rescue 11168 Tecumseh Rd E Windsor, ON N8R 1A8 OR
firstname.lastname@example.org (use PDF format)
Deadline for applications: June 12, 2020
Inquiries: Contact EWR by leaving a message at (519) 735-3919 or by email at email@example.com. Be sure to include your name and telephone number and/or email address.
We appreciate all submissions, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
JOBS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH FUNDING FROM THE CANADA SUMMER JOBS PROGRAM.