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Education Programs

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From The Blog

Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

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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.  We also take an active role in public education and are seeking a Wildlife Education Program Coordinator & Facilitator to join our team!

You will play a key role in planning, designing, marketing and delivering our educational wildlife presentations to schools and other groups to inspire interest in and support for Manitoba wildlife.  These dynamic presentations include our ‘animal ambassadors’ – animals that cannot be released into the wild, and instead help us educate others – as well as ‘hands on’ activities.  You will recruit, train and manage volunteer presenters, to ensure a strong level of coverage for our year-round presentations and educational booths, and play a lead role in growing our education program for the future.  This position is currently part-time with a flexible schedule – we are looking for a person with an entrepreneurial flair to take it to the next level and grow it into a full time role.

Is this opportunity for you?  Check all that apply!

□   I am an action oriented person who enjoys challenge and exercising my creativity

□   My planning and organizing skills are strong

□   I am an outgoing person and enjoy engaging with others, and bring a strong client focus to my work

□   Leading and motivating others is something I would like to do

□   I am comfortable speaking to small groups, and have good presentation skills

□   I would love the opportunity to work with animals native to Manitoba, including birds, reptiles and small mammals such as rabbits, foxes and woodchucks (don’t worry, we will provide you with all the training you will need!)

□   I have a valid drivers license and access to vehicle transportation as required

Are you interested?

If so, we’d like to hear from you!  Send us your resume at We are accepting cover letters and resumes until the position is filled.