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Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

feeding fledgling birdsNow accepting Resumes for our Summer positions

Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a not-for profit organization that treats orphaned and injured wildlife in the province of Manitoba, with the goal of successfully releasing them back into the wild.  A majority of our admissions come during the summer months and we are seeking seasonal staff: Wildlife Rehabilitation Technician & a Digital Communication Intern!

  1. Wildlife Rehabilitation Technician

Duties include: care and husbandry of injured and orphaned wildlife, general housekeeping tasks, minor construction projects, outdoor enclosure maintenance and data entry.

Qualifications: student between ages 16-24(required for funding), access to transportation to our rural site (20 mins south of Wpg), animal handling experience an asset, a genuine interest in animal care & the environment.

Schedule: Starting beginning of June, 8 Hrs/day, 40 hrs/week, for 12 weeks, working all weekends (Wednesday-Sunday, 12-8pm)-no exceptions, salary $11/hr

Please send cover letter and resume to pwrcentre@gmail.com by April 1st.

2. Digital Communications Intern

Duties include:daily care and husbandry of injured and orphaned wildlife, taking pictures and videos of animals in care, posting stories on our social media (Facebook, twitter, Instagram, Youtube) and website, engaging the public in discussions through social media, write a series blogs on our website and our newsletter, laison with media, and responding to inquiries on the health status of the animal they rescued.

Qualifications: students between ages 16-30 (required for funding), a full time student prior to summer and returning in the fall,  access to transportation to our rural site (20 mins south of Wpg), animal handling experience an asset, experience with social media, great communication skills, a genuine interest in animal care & the environment.

 

Schedule: Possible Start Date May 2017, 8 Hrs/day, 40 hrs/week, for approx. 12 weeks, working all weekends (Friday-Tuesday, hours vary)-no exceptions,  salary $12/hr

Please send cover letter and resume to pwrcentre@gmail.com by April 1st.