Employment 2023-03-21T19:00:31+00:00

Current Job Postings

Nature NB connects people with nature. We support a diverse network of nature-lovers across the province, providing opportunities for New Brunswickers of all ages, and from all regions and backgrounds, to discover, learn about, and share nature with each other. We travel throughout the province, teaching kids about nature in their schoolyards and neighbourhoods, advocating for species at risk through local outreach, and engaging volunteers in monitoring and protecting the species and landscapes they love.

Nature NB is a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to celebrate, conserve, and protect New Brunswick’s natural heritage through education, networking, and collaboration.

Join our team and take action for the nature you love. 

Explore our current employment opportunities below!

Education Coordinator

REPORTS TO: Education Manager

LOCATION: Fredericton


The Education Coordinator will be responsible for the development, coordination, delivery, and follow up of school and community programming in French and English across the province. The Education coordinator will also work closely with Nature NB’s conservation department to support various projects. The successful candidate will have a passion for outdoor education, work effectively in a team, show initiative and creativity in their work, and have excellent communication skills.

This is a permanent, full-time position with some weekend and evening work required.

At Nature NB we prioritize work-life balance and understand that our employees have busy lives outside of work. That’s why we offer some flexibility in our work schedule that allows you to work when you’re most productive and manage your personal obligations.

We also believe in the power of collaboration and teamwork. Our work culture is centered around supporting one another, sharing knowledge and expertise, and working together to achieve our goals. We encourage open communication and value every team member’s input and ideas.

In addition to our collaborative work culture and flexible schedule, we also offer a unique benefit: a four-day workweek. Our employees work four 8-hour days, giving them an extra day to recharge, pursue hobbies and passions, or spend time with family and friends. We believe that this extra day off not only benefits our employees’ mental health and well-being but also enhances their productivity and creativity when they are working.


  • Develop and deliver creative, interactive programs about New Brunswick nature for youth;
  • Develop educational materials related to conservation;
  • Planning and coordinating outreach across the province;
  • Lead workshops on various community science programs;
  • Promote & grow community NatureKids clubs across the province and support volunteers;
  • Communicate and collaborate with partner organizations and volunteers;
  • Assist with grant writing & project development;
  • Support staff with special events
  • Other duties as assigned



• Post-Secondary Education or equivalent work experience in natural sciences or education;
• Experience working with groups of children;
• Fluency in both French and English;
• Knowledge of New Brunswick flora & fauna;
• Exemplary and proven organization, planning, and communication (written and oral), and project management skills;
• Excellent interpersonal skills including experience and proven results in working tactfully with colleagues, and ability and experience in easily communicating with a wide range of people in public and private sectors;
• Ability to develop and maintain a dynamic work plan, and meet fixed deadlines;
• Ability to work independently as well as with a project team;
• Familiarity with common computer software (Microsoft Office Suite);
• Valid driver’s license
• Clean criminal record check with vulnerable sector


• Experience with CiviCRM;
• Experience in event planning;
• Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS);
• Experience using Canva


$37,000 – 41,600 (based on experience) FTE, 32hr work-week, personal days, medical benefits


April 17th, 2023


Please prepare a cover letter indicating why you think you would be a good fit for this position at Nature NB, highlighting relevant experiences and/or qualifications. Send your cover letter and résumé to Alysha McGrattan, alysha.mcgrattan@naturenb.ca.

We thank all candidates for their interest in the position, but only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Applications will be reviewed as they are received. We will accept applications until the position is filled.