Natural Areas Field Technician

Natural Areas Field Technician

(Continuous)
Parks, Recreation and Facilities Department

POSITION FUNCTION
Coordinate and participate in the maintenance, conservation and restoration of natural park areas and habitats.

KEY DUTIES
Maintains various natural park areas in the City by assessing the ecological condition and determining best restorative practices, developing site planning plans, preparing areas to be developed or restored as natural environments and liaising with other work sections as required.  Collects, stores and propagates native seed material and recommends plant selection and areas to be planted; conducts inventories of native and invasive plants and conditions in natural areas.

Performs general maintenance to assigned natural areas by planting, irrigating, fertilizing, and pruning natural species; monitor invasive species, pests and environmental conditions; make recommendations for action to supervisor; follow up on action items as directed.

Serves on a variety of external committees and conducts public education and information sessions with small groups.

Operates various hand tools and power equipment such as shovels, line trimmers, roto-tillers, power shears, chainsaws, tractors, trenchers, turf-cutters, torches and brush blades.

Determines materials and equipment as required; operate a variety of vehicles as required; perform equipment maintenance; report repairs required and damage to equipment to supervisor and mechanic shop; maintain fuel and equipment supply for staff at various work sites.

Provides work direction and guidance to other staff as required. Completes daily and seasonal work records and equipment slips; responds to enquiries from the public, staff and outside agencies regarding general parks information, including natural areas.

Perform related duties where qualified.

INDEPENDENCE
Work is performed according to seasonal schedule and is reviewed while in progress.
Issues such as plant selection and removal are discussed with supervisor. Priorities are determined with the Parks Environmental Technician and the Integrated Pest Management Coordinator.

WORKING CONDITIONS
Physical Effort:
Lift and move heavy plants and equipment. (often)
Operate manual and power tools and equipment. (frequent)
Mental Effort:
Normal.
Visual/Auditory Effort:
Normal.
Work Environment:
Work outside in all weather conditions. (continuous)
Exposure to equipment noise. (occasional)
Work in close proximity to moving traffic.  (occasional)
Work in an environment where protective measures must be taken to avoid exposure to natural toxins, chemicals, and fertilizers. (occasional)

KEY SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Organize and prioritize work.
Understand and apply environmental management practices.
Identify local plants and describe ecological systems.
Use hand tools and power equipment.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Deal with the public in a courteous and tactful manner.
Working level knowledge of City word processing, spreadsheet and related specialty software.
Work safely on job sites.

QUALIFICATIONS
Formal Education, Training and Occupational Certification:
Diploma in environmental studies or related field. (2 years)
Pesticide applicator’s licence.
Current and valid Class 5 B.C. Driver’s Licence.

Experience:
1 year of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience, including working with local plant and ecological systems.

OTHER:
May be requested to substitute in a more senior position.

Work schedule: Shifts may vary, 7:00am – 3:30pm, 40 hour work week
$35.48 per hour, Pay Grade 10
Job Code #757
This is a CUPE Local 50 Position

To apply for this opportunity you will need to create an online profile or log back in to our career portal at www.victoria.ca/jobs – only online submission will be considered. All applications must be submitted online by 4:30 pm on the closing date noted on the posting. Please be prepared to provide proof of qualifications and supporting materials as outlined in your resume.

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
Applicants who are not current City of Victoria employees will be asked to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 during the recruitment process. External applicants who cannot be fully vaccinated based on a protected legal ground as defined in the BC Human Rights Code may request an accommodation.

At the City of Victoria, we are committed to recruiting a diverse workforce that represents the community we serve. Indigenous applicants, people of colour, all genders, LGBT2Q+ and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Accommodations will be provided upon request during the selection process.

Urban Forestry-Park Technician

We are currently seeking a Park Technician (Natural Areas) to join our Urban Forestry team.  This unique full-time job opportunity will allow you to apply your varied work experience and skills to meet the challenges of managing more than 1600 hectares of forest, shrubland, and grassland natural area parkland.

 

Responsibilities

  • Implement all aspects of natural areas management including, but not limited to, debris and refuse removals, trail maintenance, habitat restoration, native plantings, wildlife management, invasive plant management, and tree risk assessments.
  • Perform supervisory and technical work in the planning, coordinating, and supervising of City crews and contractors.
  • Preparation of schedules, inspections, and reports related to the delivery of projects and programs.
  • Perform hands-on fieldwork in all weather conditions.
  • Prepare annual and seasonal work plans for assigned functional responsibility areas, based on section goals and objectives and within approved budgets.
  • Develop and implement new work methods and techniques.
  • Develop asset-based management prescriptions, including preventative maintenance programs.
  • Implement and practice safety-related policies, procedures and regulations and perform fieldwork in accordance with accepted standards, techniques, and practices.
  • Respond to service requests from the public.

The successful applicant:

  • can work independently, as well as in a team environment, and must be physically able to carry out the duties as required
  • is a logical and analytical thinker in problem-solving situations
  • has superior public relations, interpersonal, communication, organizational, multitasking and leadership skills
  • has strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite)
  • has a comprehensive knowledge of ecological processes, applicable statutes and regulations, and native flora and fauna in Surrey.

 

Qualifications

  • Completion of a Diploma program from a recognized post-secondary institution, with a minimum of 3 years related experience, OR
  • Completion of grade 12 supplemented by a relevant Trades Qualification supplemented by 3 years of related progressive experience, OR
  • Completion of grade 12 and a related Technical Certificate Program (one-year full time) from a recognized post-secondary institution with additional related academic courses and training including at least 1 credit course in each of supervision and technical writing supplemented by 4 years of related progressive experience.

An acceptable equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered.

You must have a valid B.C. driver’s license with a safe driving history. An Arborist certification (International Society of Arboriculture) and a Pesticide Applicator’s License are required to be obtained before the completion of the probation period.

Applicants under consideration will be required to consent to a Police Information Check/Vulnerable Sector Check

Conservation Technician

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and the South Coast Conservation Land Management Program (SCCLMP) are seeking four Conservation Technicians to assist with summer fieldwork throughout the BC South Coast (primarily the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley).  Possible travel to other regions of BC may be required.  This position will provide an excellent opportunity to learn about and work in the fields of Conservation and Resource Management while developing useful skills applicable to these and other job fields.  Field equipment will be provided by DUC, and candidates will be trained in the safe use of all necessary equipment.

Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Conduct operations and maintenance activities including vegetation and trail maintenance, sign installation, and repairs of walkways, viewing towers, etc.
  2. Perform wetland infrastructure maintenance activities including water control structure inspections and maintenance, beaver debris removal, and operation of pumping facilities
  3. Conduct invasive plant management, including invasive plant inventories, surveys, mechanical removal, and chemical treatment
  4. Cleanup of illegally dumped materials
  5. Conduct field surveys, maintain maps, and record data associated with conservation activities
  6. Assist with database maintenance and report writing as needed
  7. Engage with the public and conduct outreach activities to promote responsible use of conservation lands

Requirements

  • Pursuing or completed post-secondary education in biology, ecology, environmental science, resource management, agriculture, engineering, or a related field (or equivalent knowledge and experience)
  • The successful candidate must be between 15 and 30 years of age at the beginning of the employment period; be a Canadian citizen or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of employment; have a valid Social Insurance number and be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • This position involves physical work, heavy lifting, and outdoor work in challenging environments in all weather conditions and occasionally in remote locations
  • Applicants must have a valid current driver’s license (in good standing) and a current driver’s abstract
  • The successful candidate will be required to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Asset: knowledge of local species and ecosystems, experience with invasive plant management, GPS/GIS-based technologies and survey techniques, and computer programs such as the Microsoft suite of programs

Asset: light construction experience and experience using various field equipment including 4WD pickup trucks, mowers, brush cutters, chain saws, generators, chest waders, binoculars, and camera

Additional Details
Anticipated start date May 2, 2022; anticipated end date September 2, 2022
Pay: $18-22 per hour (commensurate with experience), 35-hour work weeks (plus 4% vacation pay)
How to Apply
Working for DUC is a career highlight for many staff.  Let us know if making a difference is important to you.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our online career center for confidential consideration.

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Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is the leader in wetland conservation. A registered charity, DUC partners with government, industry, non-profit organizations and landowners and Indigenous Peoples to conserve wetlands that are critical to waterfowl, wildlife and the environment.

While DUC would like to thank all applicants, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

Field Technician

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is seeking one Field Technician to assist with the management of wetland habitats near Dawson Creek & Fort St. John, BC. This position will provide an excellent opportunity to learn about and work in the field of Conservation & Resource Management while developing useful skills applicable to these and other job fields. The successful candidate will conduct fieldwork at DUC Wetland Conservation Projects and be based on their own home in Fort St. John, BC.

All field equipment will be provided by DUC and the candidate will be trained to use all necessary equipment, as well as appropriate safety procedures for fieldwork. The candidate will also be trained in inspection and maintenance techniques and supervised both regionally & locally.

Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Vegetation and invasive plant management, via application of herbicide(s) and manual treatment/removal methods
  2. Inspection, operation & maintenance of water control infrastructure at DUC wetland projects, including removing beaver dams & other control obstructions, and adjusting control settings.
  3. Performing other maintenance activities at DUC wetland projects such as installing signs, repairing fences, gates, boardwalks and catwalks, etc.
  4. Trail maintenance at McQueen Slough for public wildlife viewing.
  5. Documenting results of inspections and maintenance activities via reports, photographs, and inspection entries.
  6. Completing Occupational Health & Safety inspections, forms, and reports as necessary.

Requirements

  • Interest in biology, ecology, environmental science or resource management, or agriculture preferred
  • Experience and/or prior training in the safe operation of field equipment including 4WD pickup trucks, ATV/UTV’s, power tools (brush cutter, chain saw, etc.).
  • Valid driver’s license (in good standing) and provide a current driver’s abstract
  • Experience in carpentry or working in remote areas would be an asset.
  • Possession of a valid First Aid or BC pesticide applicator’s certificate would be an asset.
  • Ability to work away for days at a time in company-provided accommodation. Working longer days and weekends will be periodically required.
  • Must be between 15 and 30 years of age at start of employment.
  • The successful candidate will be required to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Additional Details
This is a field-based position involving physical work and outdoor work in all weather conditions.
Anticipated start date May 2, 2022; anticipated end date August 19, 2022
Pay: $22 per hour, 35-hour workweeks (plus 4% vacation pay)

Working for DUC is a career highlight for many staff.  Let us know if making a difference is important to you.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our online career center for confidential consideration.

______________________________________________________

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is the leader in wetland conservation. A registered charity, DUC partners with government, industry, non-profit organizations, landowners, and Indigenous Peoples to conserve wetlands that are critical to waterfowl, wildlife, and the environment.

While DUC would like to thank all applicants, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

Conservation Technician

DUC in Williams Lake is seeking four Conservation Technicians to assist with the development and management of wetland habitats throughout the Central Interior region of BC. This position will provide an excellent opportunity to learn about and work in the field of Conservation and Resource Management.

Duties & Responsibilities

Field Operation and Management of Wetland Conservation Projects

  1. Assist with daily operations, maintenance and inspections of dams and water control structures.
  2. Perform maintenance activities on projects such as:installing signs, vegetation control, invasive species removal, repairing fencing, clearing trails, and removing beaver debris.
  3. Data recording of activities and changes on wetland conservation projects.
  4. Perform construction tasks on project rebuild sites.
  5. Habitat Inventory and Waterfowl Census
  6. Conduct waterfowl surveys on DUC wetland projects
  7. Prepare sites for and participate in amphibian salvages prior to wetland construction activities.
  8. Assist with ongoing habitat restoration projects.
  9. Collect biological samples and other data for carbon storage analyses
  10. Administration of Wetland Conservation Projects
  11. Assist with wetland file management, photographic databases, and cataloging images.
  12. Prepare report materials.
  13. Record biological survey data and enter data in a digital database.

Requirements

  • Pursuing a career in agriculture, engineering technology, biology, plant ecology, environmental science or resource management.
  • Must be between 15 and 30 years of age at start of employment.
  • A valid current driver’s license and a current driver’s abstract.
  • Knowledge of basic biology, local species, and ecosystems; GPS-based technologies; survey techniques; Microsoft suite programs; ArcGIS an asset.
  • Ability to work in a team as well as independently.
  • Comfortable operating field equipment (provided by DUC) including: 4WD pickup trucks, ATVs, tools (brush cutters, chain saws, etc.), chest waders, binoculars and cameras as required.
  • Experience working outdoors, conducting biological surveys, removing wooded vegetation, and working construction an asset.
  • Ability to live in Williams Lake BC and work away for days at a time in company provided accommodation. Working longer days and weekends will be periodically required.
  • These positions involve physical work, heavy lifting, and outdoor work in adverse weather conditions.
  • The successful candidate will be required to submit proof of COVID-19 Vaccination

Additional Details
Pay: $20 per hour, 35-hour workweeks (plus 4% vacation pay).
2 positions: Anticipated start date May 2, 2022. Anticipated end date August 19, 2022.
2 positions: Anticipated start date June 6, 2022. Anticipated end date September 23, 2022.
How to Apply
Working for DUC is a career highlight for many staff.  Let us know if making a difference is important to you.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our online career center for confidential consideration.

Conservation Technician

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) in partnership with Raincoast Conservation Foundation, are seeking three Conservation Technicians to assist with fieldwork for the Fraser River Estuary Salmon Habitat (FRESH) Restoration Projects, including:

juvenile salmon sampling throughout the Fraser River estuary;
fieldwork supporting the Sturgeon Bank Sediment Enhancement Pilot Project, North Arm Jetty Breaches Project, and Alaksen National Wildlife Area Tidal Marsh Restoration Project; and
the ongoing Sturgeon Bank Marsh Recession Project investigation into the cause of tidal marsh loss throughout the Sturgeon Bank and Roberts Bank Wildlife Management Areas.
These positions will provide an excellent opportunity to learn about and work in the fields of Research, Conservation, and Resource Management while developing useful skills applicable to these and other job fields. Field equipment will be provided by DUC and candidates will be trained in the safe use of all necessary equipment.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Participate in juvenile salmon monitoring, including setting nets, retrieving, enumerating, identifying, and safely handling juvenile salmonids and other fish species in a tidal environment
  • Assist researchers with ongoing data collection, including vegetation and sediment elevation monitoring, field experiment construction and maintenance
  • Carry out vegetation surveys and invasive species management
  • Record accurate data, complete regular data entry, and maintain equipment as needed
    Adhere to DUC’s safety procedures

Requirements

  • Pursuing or completed post-secondary education in biology, ecology, environmental science, or resource management (or equivalent knowledge and experience)
  • Valid driver’s license, a current driver’s abstract, and access to a reliable vehicle
    Interest in biology, local species, and ecosystems; GPS-based technologies and survey techniques
  • Experience with light construction projects
  • Knowledge of juvenile salmon enumeration techniques
  • Experience sampling juvenile salmon and experience operating or familiarity with outboard motorboats, Pleasure Craft Operator Card, or Small Vessel Operator Proficiency Certificate considered assets

Additional Details

  • This position involves extremely physical work, heavy lifting, work performed from boats, and outdoor work in challenging tidal environments in all weather conditions
  • Occasional work on weekends based on the tidal cycle
  • The successful candidate will be required to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Anticipated start date March 21, 2022; anticipated end date September 2, 2022

Pay: $18-22 per hour (commensurate with experience), 35-hour workweeks (plus 4% vacation pay)

Working for DUC is a career highlight for many staff.  Let us know if making a difference is important to you.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your application through our online career center for confidential consideration.

______________________________________________________

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is the leader in wetland conservation. A registered charity, DUC partners with government, industry, non-profit organizations, landowners, and Indigenous Peoples to conserve wetlands that are critical to waterfowl, wildlife, and the environment.

While DUC would like to thank all applicants, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

Seasonal Nesting Technicians

EMPLOYMENT PERIOD: April 15 to September 30, 2022 (flexible start and end dates)

POSITION SUMMARY:  We will hire a total of 11 positions of three positions types from this announcement for Seasonal Technicians.  Please mention which of these three position types you are interested (potentially all).

The first will be to assist with projects designed to monitor overwater duck nests and their predators.

The second position type will assist trappers with the removal of common nest predators.

The third position will work on the Delta Marsh assisting with marsh management activities.

These positions will provide great experience for applicants interested in a career in habitat and wildlife management. Housing is available/provided at site.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
– High school diploma and post-secondary coursework in pursuit of an advanced degree, or a combination of training, education, and experience that is relevant to the responsibilities listed above.
– Possess good organizational and time management skills.
– Ability to perform assigned responsibilities with a minimum of supervision.
– Ability to stand, bend, lift heavy objects, walk over uneven ground, and complete physically demanding tasks on a routine basis.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is primarily required to work in the field (e.g., marsh, water, woods, etc.).  Field work would likely include wading in shallowly flooded wetlands (chest waders will be provided) and navigating uneven ground with woody or coarse wetland vegetation.  The employee is regularly required to sit, talk and listen, as well as must be able to lift and move up to 40 pounds.  Vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Please contact Matt Davis at mdavis@deltawaterfowl.org for more information about this opportunity.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
Please submit the following documents to jobs@deltawaterfowl.org:

Cover letter
Resume
Contact information for three professional references

Delta Waterfowl Foundation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Resource Management Technician II – Whitebark & Limber Pine Monitoring

Duties
Supports 5-needle pine restoration in Waterton Lakes National Park by surveying whitebark and limber pine stands for blister rust infection, identifying potentially resistant trees and monitoring previously identified individuals. Performs active management tasks related to 5-needle pine conservation including climbing trees for cone collection and tree planting.

The position will be primarily field based with some data entry, mapping, technical writing and organization of fieldwork logistics. The work involves hiking off trail in steep terrain to access sites, requiring good physical fitness and experience traveling in the backcountry. Workdays may be long depending on access to individual sites and applicants must be prepared to work in a variety of weather conditions.

The position may also occasionally assist with other vegetation management projects relating to restoration, invasive species management or vegetation monitoring.

Work environment
Be part of an inspiring team! Parks Canada is a world leader in natural and cultural conservation, Canada’s largest provider of natural and historic visitor facilities and manager of destinations that form the cornerstones of the Canadian tourism industry.
Have you ever thought of establishing a career in one of Canada’s most amazing and iconic places? Canada’s national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas offer opportunities to work in unique locations and live the ultimate Canadian experience.
Want to be part of ensuring a great legacy for Canada and Canadians? Parks Canada is embarking on an unprecedented program of restoration work to heritage, visitor, water and highway assets located within our special places across Canada.
If you are interested in this opportunity, why not consider a career for the Parks Canada Agency? We offer:
• Rewarding work in every corner of the country;
• Learning opportunities that promote individual and organizational excellence;
• An opportunity to experience our rich natural and cultural heritage first-hand;
• Employment with dedicated colleagues in a well-respected federal organization:
An opportunity to connect with Canadians at their most valued natural and cultural treasures.

Intent of the process
The results of this process will be used to fill a term vacancy and may be used in the future to fill permanent or temporary vacancies that may arise in various locations, with full or part-time hours for various tenures such as: Seasonal Indeterminate, Term, Acting Assignment or Assignment at level, depending on status of the selected candidate.

Positions to be filled: 1

Information you must provide
Your résumé.

Contact information for 3 references.

In order to be considered, your application must clearly explain how you meet the following (essential qualifications)
EDUCATION
Minimum completion of two years of a post-secondary program related to environmental and/or natural sciences (e.g. biology, ecology, geology), or an acceptable combination of education, training and experience in a field related to the position.

Degree equivalency

EXPERIENCE
• Experience travelling or working in the field with *extensive time spent in mountainous (alpine/ subalpine) environments.
*Extensive is defined as experience that would generally be acquired professionally in at least 2 field seasons/8 months or equivalent;
• Experience collecting data/samples on vegetation, fauna water and soil
• Experience applying scientifically and technically recognized methods and protocols
• Experience using a variety of data/sample collection equipment and means of transportation.

The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job)
English essential

Information on language requirements

KNOWLEDGE
• Knowledge of technical and scientific equipment operation and maintenance requirements;
• Knowledge of terrestrial environments and vegetation characteristics, as well as weather conditions specific to Waterton Lakes National Park with an emphasis on the alpine and sub-alpine.

ABILITIES
• Ability to follow appropriate protocols for data/sample collection and compilation, and to conduct active resource management activity
• Ability to follow procedures and protocol, and adapt as required to meet unexpected conditions
• Ability to use a variety of computer applications in the development and maintenance of databases.

PERSONAL SUITABILITY
• Exercises sound judgment
• Takes responsibility
• Demonstrates integrity
• Strives for excellence

The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job)
ASSET QUALIFICATIONS:

EXPERIENCE
AE1 – Experience in tree rope access or technical climbing skills

OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
• Willingness to wear a Parks Canada uniform and prescribed protective equipment;
• Willingness to work and/or travel in varied terrain, weather conditions, isolated locations and by various means of transportation;
• Willingness to work irregular hours, overtime, weekends and/or statutory holidays and provincial holidays, when required.
• Work alone as required;
•Stand/walk/hike for prolonged periods.

Conditions of employment
• Obtain and maintain Reliability Status;
• Possession and maintenance of a valid Class 5 Driver’s License (Class L, N or other graduated license will not be accepted);
• Possession and maintenance of St. John’s Ambulance Standard First Aid Certificate (or equivalent) and CPR Certificate.
• All Parks Canada Agency employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and attest to their vaccination status unless accommodated based on a medical contraindication, religion, or another prohibited ground of discrimination as defined under the Canadian Human Rights Act.

Other information
The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve. We promote employment equity and encourage you to indicate if you belong to one of the designated groups when you apply.

Information on employment equity

For tips to navigate the application process step by step, refer to the following site: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GW7P3g9hhI.
Please submit your completed application, including all of the above-mentioned documentation. Failure to do so may result in your application being rejected.

The Parks Canada Agency is established as a separate employer in the Federal Public Service under the Financial Administration Act. Persons appointed to the Agency continue to be part of the Public Service. The Parks Canada Agency operates under its own human resources framework outside of the Public Service Employment Act and in line with values of fairness, competence and respect, and its operating principles.

In accordance with paragraph 8(2)(a) of the Privacy Act, information or material, whether provided directly by the candidate or otherwise obtained by the selection board, used during the selection process for the purpose of assessing a candidate may be used as part of the selection review and recourse processes. Such relevant information may be provided to third parties, such as other candidates or their representatives, who have a legitimate reason to be aware of that information.

Tips for applicants:
• Please provide complete and thorough details of your education and experience.
• Do not assume that the screening board has any previous knowledge of your background, qualifications, or work history. You must be specific and provide concrete examples/details for each Experience element, as applications will be screened only on the information provided.
• Failure to provide sufficient information may result in your application being screened out of the competition.

Persons are entitled to participate in the appointment process in the official language of their choice.

Travel costs for individuals who are not Federal Public Servants will not be covered.

Preference
Preference will be given to any veteran who was honorably released from the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) after at least three years of service and is not already an indeterminate public servant. This preference applies for five years following release from the CAF.

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.