Work & Volunteer Opportunities

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CURRENT VACANCIES

 

Urban Summer Camp Lead Instructors

The p.i.n.e. project is seeking Lead Instructors for our Urban Summer Day Camps in Toronto. If you’re passionate about the outdoors and working with children, and you are looking for a fulfilling outdoor job in the urban wilderness of Toronto, this position may be ideal for you! Lead Instructors are responsible for planning and leading nature connection programming for campers aged 4 to 12. The job description is available here.

Urban Summer Camp Assistant Instructors

The p.i.n.e. project is seeking Assistant Instructors for our Urban Summer Day Camps in Toronto. This position is ideal for those looking to build experience working with kids, learn about nature and survival, and be mentored by experienced outdoor educators, while supporting the delivery of our summer programs. Assistant Instructors must be students, who are currently enrolled in full-time studies (secondary or post-secondary education) and will be continuing full-time studies in September 2019. The job description is available here.

Summer Volunteer Opportunities

We are excited as we gear up for another summer in the ravines at our Summer Day Camps! Volunteer positions are available to help support our fun, playful, muddy and adventurous camps. We require that you attend training and have a minimum of one week of availability during the summer. Please check out the position description Urban Camp Volunteer 2019.docx Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions have been filled.

Community Outdoor School

We are currently looking for Volunteer Assistants to help support our year-round Community Outdoor School programming. Check out the posting here: COS Volunteer 201819

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

Looking for co-op or intern placements? Please be in touch – [email protected] project.org

 

The p.i.n.e. project is committed to developing a resilient, inclusive and vibrant work environment through a barrier-free selection process. We recognize people from diverse professional, cultural and educational backgrounds. Applicants who do not meet all of the stated skills, but feel they would make a positive contribution to the community are encouraged to apply and address these differences in their cover letter. If contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodation measures required to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received will be addressed in confidence.