Jobs In Kamloops, British Columbia

BAND 2 – Lead, House of Indigenous Learning – (98465)

•    Due to the nature of the position, and in accordance with section 42 of the BC Human Rights Code, only people of Indigenous heritage who meet the job requirements will be considered. 

BAND 3 – Lead, Corporate Priorities and Innovation – (98409)

The Corporate Priorities and Innovation (CPI) Branch of the Policy, Innovation and Engagement Division (PIE) of the Public Service Agency envisions a people-focused public service culture where employees at all levels feel inspired, supported, and empowered to do their best work. 

BIO 27R – Regional Aquatic Ecologist – (98333)

An excellent senior opportunity for a dedicated Professional Biologist

The Land Use Policy, Planning and Ecosystems Division works in partnership with Indigenous governments to modernize land use planning with community, stakeholder, and public input including operating and expanding Indigenous forums and working with First Nations on collaborative stewardship of natural resources and monitoring of cumulative effects. The Regional Aquatic Ecologist is a technical specialist position that supports regional planning tables and leads aquatic ecosystems initiatives related to watershed management, habitat designations, restoration projects, species at risk recovery and environmental flow needs.

BIO 24R – First Nations and Stakeholder Engagement Biologist – (97653)

Resource Management is a regional program comprised of Research, Fish & Wildlife, and Support teams.  Resource Management achieves the Ministry’s service plan, business goals and objectives by implementing various programs and providing input to legislation, regulations, guidelines, objectives, and policy.  

OFF AS 09R – Operations Assistant – (96309)

The BC Wildfire Service (BCWS) is a unique program of government tasked with the responsibility of preventing and managing wildfire on the landscape. With a workforce of approximately 1,600 the program’s staff are dedicated to undertaking the BCWS mandate in delivering effective wildfire management and emergency response support to protect values, while encouraging sustainable, healthy and resilient ecosystems.

LSO FORS 3 – Ground Sampling Forester – (98761)

•    A Bachelor of Science Degree in Forestry or related discipline and a minimum of three years of directly related forest inventory experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience, such as an allied degree or pupil program and related experience.
•    Registered, or immediately eligible for registration, with the Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals as a Registered Professional Forester.
•    Experience with analyzing/processing inventory, growth and yield or experimental ground sample data. 
•    Experience manipulating forest sample data. 
•    Field experience measuring forest samples or related activity.
•    Experience in consulting/negotiating solutions in natural resource management.
•    Preference may be given for VRI ground sampling certification.

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