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Land Stewardship Centre of Canada is Hiring

Posted October 19, 2010 by LSC

Alberta Stewardship Network Grant Coordinator

The Land Stewardship Centre of Canada (LSCC) has a challenging and rewarding opportunity for a detail oriented and well-organized individual as the organization’s Alberta Stewardship Network Grant Coordinator.

LSCC is an independent, not-for-profit organization that brings people and organizations together to work on common priorities for achieving sustainability on the landscape. LSCC facilitates stewardship by improving understanding of healthy ecosystems, supporting community stewardship initiatives and strengthening policies that affect resource and land use.

Reporting to LSCC‘s Executive Director, the Grant Coordinator looks after all aspects of the Alberta Stewardship Network (ASN) annual Watershed Stewardship Granting Program. The Grant Coordinator works closely with the ASN Program Coordinator and the ASN Grant Application Review Committee and liaises regularly with other members of the Alberta Stewardship Network.

The Alberta Stewardship Network Grant Coordinator will be responsible for:

  • Administration of the annual Watershed Stewardship Grant Program;
  • Collection and review of interim and final reports from all grant recipients;
  • Interim report preparation and presentation (as required);
  • Regular communication with all grant recipients;
  • Liaising with the Grant Application Review Committee;
  • Preparation and submission of final reports and presentations to program funders;
  • Attendance at various meetings, conferences and workshops as required.

LSCC is looking for a motivated, professional individual with the following traits:

  • Strong organizational and efficiency skills;
  • Familiarity with Government of Alberta – Water for Life;
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills;
  • Microsoft Office products and computer skills;
  • Familiarity with basic finance and administration;
  • Previous experience working with Watershed Stewardship Groups or Watershed Protection and Advisory Councils would be an asset.

This is a part-time (22.5 hours per week based on a 7.5 hour work day), term position which commences on November 15, 2010 and runs to June 30, 2014. The position pays $25/hour. LSCC also supports and encourages flexible schedule and time management in all its positions. Previous experience is preferred.

Those interested in being considered for this position should send a covering letter and resume to:

Land Stewardship Centre of Canada
Imrie House, 17503 – 45 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6M 2N3
Fax: (780) 486–9599
No phone inquiries please.

LSCC welcomes diversity and encourages applications from all qualified women and men, including persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities, and Aboriginal persons. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The deadline for applications is October 31, 2010.

Share Your Views on a Plan for the Lower Athabasca Region

Posted October 6, 2010 by LSC

Alberta’s Land-Use Framework

The Land-use Framework is the government’s response to growth pressures in a changing Alberta. The framework establishes seven new land-use regions and the requirement to develop a regional plan for each.

With these regional plans, Alberta will achieve a better balance between the economic development that creates opportunity and the environmental and social values of Albertans.

Work has begun for the first two regions, Lower Athabasca and South Saskatchewan, with regional advisory councils appointed for each. Public consultations about the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan ran throughout September 2010.

Share Your Views

There is still time to provide your input. If you haven’t already sent in your thoughts on the Lower Athabasca Regional Advisory Council’s advice to the government regarding the north-east area of the province, we urge you to do so now. You only have until October 8, 2010 at 4:30 p.m.

Please visit the Land-use Framework website to read the Council’s advice to the Government of Alberta Regarding a Vision for the Lower Athabasca Region, and tell us what you think of the conservation areas, multi-use corridors, recreation areas and so much more by filling out the online workbook.

This is a chance to have your voice heard about the future of the province. If you have any questions, please contact

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