Join the conservation effort to connect and protect the Yellowstone to Yukon region.
We are pleased to share career opportunities at Y2Y as well as environmental, conservation and biology jobs at partners and organizations in (and sometimes beyond) the Yellowstone to Yukon region.
To post an employment opportunity to our listings, please send an email to info (at ) y2y (dot) net.
|Alberta Program Communications Specialist (Canada Summer Jobs grant position, part-time)||Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative||Aug. 26, 2020|
|Ecologist Team Leader II – Wildlife Management||Parks Canada – Banff Field Unit||Aug. 16, 2020|
|Youth Employment Program||BC Parks||Aug. 15, 2020|
|Executive Director||Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society – BC||Until filled|
|Program Manager – Bird Tracking and Conservation Project||Roland Kays||Aug. 24, 2020|
|Research Chair in Environmental Monitoring and Knowledge Mobilization||Yukon University||Aug. 24, 2020|
|Forest Community Liaison||Sierra Club BC||Until filled|
|Postdoctoral Fellow||Wilfrid Laurier University||Aug. 16, 2020|
|Director, Northern||W. Garfield Weston Foundation||Until filled|
|Postdoc in Scenario Modeling||University of Idaho||Until filled|
|Volunteer, Stewardship Projects||Great Burn Conservation Alliance||Until filled|
|Postdoctoral Scientist||Conservation Science Partners||Until filled|
|Assistant Unit Leader in Wildlife Human Dimensions||Washington Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit (USGS/University of Washington)||Until filled|
|Director, Rocky Mountain Herbarium||University of Wyoming||Sept. 1, 2020|
|Assistant or Associate Professor in Indigenous Natural Sciences||University of British Columbia Faculty of Forestry||Sept. 1, 2020|
|Climate Impacts Group, Policy Scientist and Project Manager||University of Washington||Until filled|
|Assistant Unit Leader in Wildlife Human Dimensions (Pre-notice)||Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, USGS/University of Washington||To be determined|
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