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Call for Nominations: CMN Governance Opportunities

Are you passionate about the resilience and health of Canada’s mountain peoples and places? Are you excited by the opportunity to bring together Indigenous and Western approaches to research, training, and knowledge mobilization to inform decision-making?

If you said ‘yes’ – or you know someone who would – we want to hear from you.

CMN has launched its annual governance recruitment process and is seeking nominations for the Board of Directors – including the position of Board Chair – and three Board committees (Research Management; Governance; and Finance, Audit, and Risk).

We are seeking individuals with diverse experiences, skills, and knowledge from across Canada and around the world willing to offer their time to help guide our organization’s strategic direction and provide oversight to its operations. 

To learn more, please review the 2020 Governance Nominations Guide, which includes a link to the Google Form to complete the application.

The Call for Nominations will close at 5pmPT on Monday August 10, 2020.


Career

Executive Assistant, Canadian Mountain Network (CMN)

This position will provide executive support to CMN’s Managing Director and administrative support to the organization’s Board of Directors and its committees. The selected candidate may work remotely but should be based in Canmore, Calgary, or Edmonton, to facilitate regular future in-person team meetings.

The contract has an end date of March 31, 2021 with the potential for extension.

Applications close July 31st, 2020. Apply here

 

Postdoctoral Scholar: Mountain Environmental Observing and Monitoring

The Postdoctoral Scholar (PDS) will work with CMN Principal Investigator (PI) Maribeth Murray, Executive Director of the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA) at the University of Calgary, to explore and expand environmental observing and monitoring capacity in the mountain regions of western and northern Canada. This program is a critical component of CMN’s efforts to improve our understanding of mountain systems processes and drivers of change and is co-funded by the Government of Yukon. Please review the full posting here.
Deadline: Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is identified.


Funding

No opportunities at this time.


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