Job Title: Eco-Landscaping Co-Lead
Job Location: City of Toronto, Ontario
Duration: 6.5 Months (April - November 2022)
Hours Per Week: 35 hours per week
Range of Pay: $25 - $35/ hour
Apply by: April 17, 2022
Are you looking for meaningful landscaping work that pays well and brings you closer to nature within the city? Would you like to work with like-minded individuals? If yes, then we want to hear from you!
At RAINscapeTO you will help co-lead an eco-landscaping team that designs, implements, and maintains beautiful earth-friendly gardens. Every day, you will be helping to build a sustainable and healthy urban landscape through the installation of sustainable native gardens such as bioswales and pollinator, edible and rain gardens. For more information visit: rainscapeto.ca
You will be part of a growing social enterprise that provides meaningful, culturally sensitive employment and training for emerging urban placed Indigenous people. We aim to continue to support the intrinsic connection we have as Indigenous peoples to the land. Caring for the urbanized environment within Toronto while sharing and nurturing our rich ecological knowledge is imperative for us.
As an Eco-Landscaping Co-Lead, you’ll have the support of leading the Indigenous Eco-Landscaping Crew with another Co-Lead. You’ll have opportunities to share what you know with your team members and learn from local Indigenous community leaders and experts. We’ll even help you build a career pathway that’s right for you!
Our ideal candidate has strong horticultural skills, has leadership and interpersonal skills to deliver excellent customer service and oversee their crew, and has experience in the design and construction of landscaping solutions.
Given that the incumbent of this position will oversee a team of Indigenous trainees, we enthusiastically encourage qualified Indigenous candidates to apply. We also encourage applications from BIPOC individuals.
The Eco-landscaping Co-Leads are the bridge between a team of Eco-landscapers and RAINscapeTO’s Management. As the team supervisors, the Co-Leads act as the main resource for all the eco-landscapers with regard to on-site communication, direction, and conflict resolution. In the absence of the Manager and Coordinator, the Eco-landscaping Co-Leads also liaise with clients and partners, although some decisions will need to be approved by the Manager.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Lead the team of eco-landscapers alongside your Co-lead in the design, installation, and maintenance of residential and community eco-landscaping projects, including the following tasks:
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION
Send your cover letter and resume to Mary Jenkins, Project Coordinator via email email@example.com with “Eco-Landscaping Co-lead” in your email’s subject line.
Please notify us in advance if you require any accommodations in the application process. Questions and requests can be directed to Mary via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 647-657-2810.
Deadline for submissions: April 17, 2022 at 11:59PM
RAINscapeTO is a social enterprise being incubated by the Toronto Green Community.
Toronto Green Community is a charitable organization committed to providing a workplace that supports equity, diversity and inclusivity. We proactively strive to eliminate any form of harassment and discrimination and be equitable by building these objectives and practices into our teams, programs and services.
Thank you - miigwetch, tiawenhk, nia:wen, kinanaskomitin, maarsii!
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