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Employment Opportunity: Unama’ki Climate Change Coordinator

March 18, 2024News, Opportunities

UINR is inviting applications for the position of Unama’ki Climate Change Coordinator.  This is a fantastic full time, term postion ending March 2026, with possibility of renewal.  Deadline to apply is April 2, 2024.  Click the link to see the full job posting.  Unama’ki Climate Change Coordinator

Employment Opportunity: GIS Nature Mapping Technician

March 8, 2024News, Opportunities

Check out this amazing opportunity to work on some exciting UINR initiatives. It’s a full time, term ending March 2026, with possibility of renewal.  Deadline to apply is March 22, 2024. Click here for the full Job Description and for details on how to apply: GIS Nature Mapping Technician

Summer 2024 Position Available: Field Assistant in Aquatic and Fisheries Research

November 22, 2023Aquatic Stewardship, Commerical Fisheries, Netukulimk, News, Opportunities

UINR and our partners already started our search for summer 2024 positions. We are seeking motivated and resourceful field assistants (FA) for a community-collaboration project examining the effects of an aquatic invasive species, smallmouth bass, on thermal refugia use by juvenile Atlantic salmon. *If you are interested in pursuing your education, one of the successful … Read More

2022 Scholarships

July 11, 2022Communications & Outreach, News, Opportunities, Partnerships

We are a bit late posting these this year, but here are UINR’s Scholarships for this year: Five $1000 for students in Sciences and Technology, offered in partnership with Georgia Pacific: Georgia Pacific scholarship 2022 Five $1000 scholarships for students in Sciences, Technology and Natural Resources, offered in partnership with Port Hawkesbury Paper: PH Paper … Read More

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