Volunteer Jobs

PK AST 06R – Recreation Crew Member – (96498)

The Recreation Crew Members will be distributed across three teams, based out of Cranbrook, Nelson, and Revelstoke. Crews will travel to the far reaches of their recreation district and may travel to neighbouring districts for projects; therefore, you must be willing to work up to a 10-hour day and be willing to overnight in remote locations for some projects.  Work days will be Monday to Friday, for 70 hours every two-week pay period.

To learn more about Recreation Sites and Trails BC, and each recreation district, please visit our website: RSTBC.

Job Requirements:
Education and Experience:

STO-RE 27R – Senior Authorizations Specialist – (96710)

The Ministry of Forests aims to deliver policy and programs to provide economic, cultural, environmental, and social benefit for all British Columbians. Our work supports a sustainable economy in all parts of the province and provides a foundation for true and lasting reconciliation with Indigenous people.

LSO 4 DPE – Senior Structural Design Engineer – (95218)

For questions regarding this position, please contact Eve.Williams@gov.bc.ca.

About this Position:
This position is located in Coquitlam and may be performed from these other locations: Victoria, Prince George and Kamloops based on operational requirements. For specific information about a location, applicants should contact the hiring manager.

We offer flexible work arrangements, including the opportunity to volunteer to telework (with conditions) as set out in applicable employer policies. 

An eligibility list may be established for future permanent and/or temporary vacancies.

Working for the BC Public Service:
The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.

The Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service can help Indigenous applicants (First Nations [status or non-status], Métis or Inuit) interested in BC Public Service job positions.

The BC Public Service is an award winning employer and offers employees competitive benefits, amazing learning opportunities and a chance to engage in rewarding work with exciting career development opportunities. For more information, please see What We Offer. 

PK AST 09R – Recreation Crew Leader – (96501)

•    Degree or diploma in an Outdoor Recreation, Tourism, Forestry or Natural Resource Management; OR 
•    Grade 12 graduation or GED AND two years of relevant work or volunteer experience. 
•    Preference may be given to applicants who have a degree or diploma in the above fields AND two years or more experience.

Relevant experience may include:
•    Experience leading others. This may be in an academic or work-related setting and may include peers, workers, or volunteers.
•    Experience planning, researching, organizing, and implementing projects.
•    Experience interacting with others and communicating with a variety of stakeholders and the public.
•    Experience working in an outdoor setting (e.g. trail building, operational roles in National or Provincial Parks, natural resource field work, field research, or other remote work). 
•    Experience working with hand and power tools (carpentry or construction, trail building, chainsaw use, operation of small engines).
•    Experience working in a recreation environment (e.g., parks, campsites, tourism centres, outdoor sporting or activity centres, or other recreation facilities).

LSO FORS 3 – Senior Licensed Authorizations Officer – (96712)

The Ministry of Forests aims to deliver policy and programs to provide economic, cultural, environmental, and social benefit for all British Columbians. Our work supports a sustainable economy in all parts of the province and provides a foundation for true and lasting reconciliation with Indigenous people.

ADMN O 21R – Case Manager – (96891)

The Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT) is an independent entity that operates under the authority of the Civil Resolution Tribunal Act. The CRT is Canada’s first online tribunal and currently provides end-to-end dispute resolution services for disputes involving strata property, incorporated societies and co-operative associations, small claims up to $5,000 and motor vehicle personal injury disputes. The CRT encourages a collaborative, problem-solving approach to dispute resolution, rather than the traditional courtroom model by providing timely access to legal information, self-help tools, and dispute resolution services to help solve disputes as early as possible. The CRT operates under five guiding principles: Timely – resolve disputes as early in the process as possible; Flexible – provide range of dispute resolution options; Accessible – available 24/7/365 and some free supports and resources; Affordable; and Efficient. 

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