CURRENT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AT SFI

SFI Inc. is proud to provide our employees with a collaborative, dynamic, and rewarding professional experience, with a competitive compensation and benefits package and growth opportunities. We are committed to creating a diverse environment and being an equal opportunity employer. Our team represents a broad range of cultures, education, disciplines, and work and life experiences, and we strive to leverage these differences in our daily work. We will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, or any other protected characteristic. We believe in creating an empowered and supportive team that is committed to advancing sustainability through forest-focused collaborations.

SFI is currently looking for the following job position(s).

Indigenous Youth Opportunities Coordinator

Location: Flexible within Canada

The Indigenous Youth Opportunities Coordinator, you will contribute to SFI’s growing array of community engagement and environmental education initiatives. Working collaboratively with other members of SFI’s diverse and multidisciplinary team, you will play an integral role in the development and implementation of programs, resources and initiatives with a specific aim to enhance the number, relevancy and accessibility of opportunities for Indigenous youth in the forest and conservation sectors. You will also support SFI’s Sr. Manager of Indigenous and Youth Relations in fostering positive, respectful relationships with Indigenous Peoples and other SFI Network partners, to ensure that SFI’s programs and initiatives respond to real needs and are delivered in an appropriate and effective manner.
Education and experience requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Community Development, Indigenous Studies, Education, Forestry, Natural Resources Management or related fields;
  • At least three years of experience working with Indigenous communities or organizations in a professional or volunteer capacity;
  • Direct experience with forest-based community development is an asset.
For the complete position description and to learn how to apply, click here.
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Bilingual Communications Manager

Location: Flexible within Canada

The Bilingual Communications Manager will work collaboratively with the Communications Intern, consultants, and team members to help plan, manage and review PLT Canada marketing and communications projects and collateral, including social media. As a bilingual professional, you will ensure that messaging in both French and English is clear, effective, and adapted to target audiences, especially towards youth aged 15-30.
Education and experience requirements:
  • Degree in Communications, Journalism, Natural Resources, Sustainability, or related field.
  • At least 5 years of professional experience in the Communications field.
  • Familiarity with forest sustainability issues in the Canada and U.S. is an asset.
For the complete position description and to learn how to apply, click here.
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Manager of Diversity, Accessibility & Mentorship

Location: Ottawa/Flexible within Canada

Working collaboratively with other members of PLT Canada’s diverse and multidisciplinary team, the Manager of Diversity, Accessibility and Mentorship will play an integral role in increasing the number, relevancy, and accessibility of Green Jobs opportunities for youth from diverse communities across Canada. Through developing action-oriented partnerships with community-serving organizations, you will seek to further enhance the overall accessibility of PLT Canada programming and tailor PLT Canada initiatives to address the unique circumstances of youth from a diversity of backgrounds, including Indigenous and newcomer youth, members of visible minorities, and youth living with disability. Your work will help to ensure that PLT Canada’s programs and initiatives respond to real needs and are delivered in an appropriate, effective, and accessible manner.
Education and experience requirements:
  • Degree or equivalent lived experience in Human Resources, Psychology, Community Development, Social Work, Public Health, Social Sciences, or another relevant field to supporting youth development.
  • 5-10 years work experience in this field.
  • Demonstrated experience with youth-focused programs, projects, resources, tools, and concepts related to diversity and inclusion.
For the complete position description and to learn how to apply, click here.
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