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MISSION: We will promote and assist in the development and use of The Great Trail of Canada – created by Trans Canada Trail and
our partners – by supporting success at the local level in the continued improvement and enhancement of this national network.
Who are we?
Trans Canada Trail's dream of a cross-country trail was 25 years in the making, and was achieved in 2017 with the help of our partners, donors and all levels of government. The Great Trail of Canada now consists of more than 27,000 kilometres of multi-use trails, and links over 15,000 communities across the country. Our mission is to continue to enhance and improve the Trail by garnering support and continuing to nurture valuable relationships with Trail enthusiasts and partners across the country.
Role Description & Reporting Relationships:
As the Trail Liaison Officer, you report to the Vice-President, Trail Development and Management. You play an integral role in managing the administrative work and communications associated with the Trail community that is involved in the operations and visitor management on The Great Trail, and within the organization.
This position operates from a home-based office.
Your key responsibilities are:
What knowledge, skills & abilities you need:
We are looking for a candidate that:
Commitment to diversity & employment equity
We are committed to equity in our policies, practices and programs, supporting diversity in our work environment, and ensuring that applications for members of underrepresented groups are seriously considered for all positions. All qualified individuals who would contribute to the further diversification of the TCT community are strongly encouraged to apply.
We are committed to ensuring that our internal policies, practices and systems are free of barriers, emphasize the value of diversity, and promote full participation to ensure dignity, respect and equal access for all employees. Through our processes and practices, we are working to eliminate barriers to employment for people who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce – Indigenous people, people of colour and people with disabilities.
Please submit your resume in confidence by December 14, 2020.
Subject: Trail Liaison Officer
We thank all applicants for their interest in Trans Canada Trail; only those candidates selected for an
interview will be contacted.