• Full Time
  • Remote
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Website Trans Canada Trail

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Our Mission
As the longest trail network in the world, the Trans Canada Trail connects Canadians and visitors to nature
and to one another, from coast to coast to coast, through accessible and inclusive outdoor activities. Through
collaboration and partnerships, we build, maintain and steward Canada’s national trail – a unique collection
of urban and rural trails.

Our Vision
Building on the achievement of connection, the Trans Canada Trail will continue to inspire everyone to
embrace the outdoors, to discover the diversity of our land and people, to enhance their health and wellbeing, and to share their stories along this globally significant and iconic trail network.

The Opportunity
This is an exciting opportunity to join the organization in the role of Coordinator, Programs and Inclusion
Initiatives. In accordance with Trans Canada Trail’s mission, the Coordinator uses compassion, knowledge,
and experience to coordinate and implement initiatives that contribute to a Trail and Trail sector that are
inclusive to all.

Key Responsibilities
Coordination and Implementation
• In partnership with our national partner, coordinate the Trail accessibility mapping program
• In partnership with Indigenous communities and partners, develop, coordinate and implement trail
crew training for youth
• Coordinate and implement the national youth employment program
• Research and assist in the development of new diversity and inclusion projects and partnerships
• Manage and monitor the progress of projects, with special attention to partnerships, schedules and
• Maintain an accurate cash flow and meet deliverables
• Support TCT’s Commitment to Indigenous Reconciliation
Planning, Budget and Administration
• Support the National Manager with the implementation of projects and annual plan deliverables
• Collaborate with the National Manager to develop applicable annual plans and budgets
• Communicate and support other TCT departments and staff as required
• Participate in regular staff and Trail Team meetings as required

• Perform other job-related tasks as required
Qualifications & Skills
• Knowledge and experience related to inclusion, accessibility and/or Indigenous initiatives
• Curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, adaptability, resilience
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to build and maintain professional relationships with partners, stakeholders and other
agencies, both internal and external
• Ability to communicate complicated, potentially controversial and timely messages, when faced
with multiple considerations
• Results-oriented, deriving satisfaction from milestone achievements
• Ability to work independently in a remote environment
• Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
• Knowledge of Salesforce an asset
• Bilingual (English/French)
• No experience or degree requirements are identified for this position. We encourage applications
from all candidates who think they have the training, knowledge, skill and experience related to the
job and its responsibilities.

How to apply
Please submit your resume, cover letter and salary expectations in confidence to: project@tctrail.ca
before April 22, 2022.
We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment processes and work environments. If contacted
regarding this competition, please advise us in a timely fashion, of any accommodation assistance you
require to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received related to accommodation
measures will be addressed confidentially.
We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from women, members of a visible
minority group, Indigenous Peoples and persons with disabilities.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank all applicants for their interest
in working at Trans Canada Trail.

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