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We’re Hiring! Communications & Outreach Coordinator

Love our waters? Enjoy talking with people? Have a solid communications background? We’re looking for a Communications and Outreach Coordinator – someone who can create amazing materials, and then get out, share & talk to people! Okanagan WaterWise Communications &

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Employment Opportunity – Milfoil Control and Transport Operator

The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) is seeking a highly motivated individual with excellent teamwork skills to fill the position of Milfoil Control and Transport Operator, reporting to the Executive Director. This position involves operating aquatic weed control machines in

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We’re Hiring! Communications & Outreach Coordinator

Love our waters?! Dynamic communicator?! We’re looking for a Communications and Outreach Coordinator – someone who can create amazing materials, and then get out, share & talk to people! Are you the one? Okanagan WaterWise Communications & Outreach Coordinator Deadline

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Project Manager – Okanagan Wetlands Strategy Phase II

The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) is seeking a contractor to provide Project Management services (2.5 days/week – flexible schedule) with a strong wetlands background for community stewardship, extension, and support for the Okanagan Wetland Strategy – Phase II project.

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