Application Deadline: January 3, 2021
Contract: February 1 – March 26, 2021 (8 weeks)
Hours: 24 hours per week (3 weekdays, 8 AM – 4 PM)
Pay: Stipend of $4000.00 for the duration of the 8 weeks ($500/week) with allowance of $2000.00 to purchase personal gear and tools (including PPE)
Funding provided by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Workforce Development Agreement via a Community Workforce Response Grant, Youth Community Partnership stream.
The FVMBA Spring Trail Crew will work under the supervision of the FVMBA Operations Manager to revitalize and maintain recreational trail networks in the Fraser Valley where the FVMBA holds authorized trail maintenance agreements. All work will follow best management practices for long-term sustainable trail solutions that improve the safety of the trail network, protect the environment, and provide an enjoyable trail experience for all trail users in order to benefit the health of the community.
There are four positions available.
In order to meet the terms and conditions of funding granted through the BC Community Workforce Response Grant – Youth Partnership Program, applicants must meet the following criteria:
Participants in receipt of Employment Insurance (EI) benefits or Income Assistance (IA) benefits must obtain approval before participating.
Participants in receipt of the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) and the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) are required to work and therefore should contact the federal government regarding receipt of these benefits should they wish to participate in this program.
This job requires strenuous physical demands on a daily basis, including hiking, lifting, digging, and striking.
Specific tasks include:
The FVMBA is a registered non-profit, volunteer-run organization that advocates for and maintains multiple recreational trail networks within the Fraser Valley in partnership with different land managers and stakeholders. The mission of the organization is to build a culture of inclusive mountain bike communities and sustainable trail networks. We actively maintain over 600 km of multi-use trails to provide a safe, enjoyable experience for trail users, including mountain bikers, hikers, trail runners, and others.
The FVMBA is dedicated to employment equity and encourages applications from First Nations, persons with disabilities, members of visible minority groups, and women. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, nationality, religion, colour, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, ethnic or national origin, political affiliation or physical limitations and will not be discriminated against on the basis of such characteristics. The FVMBA is committed to providing a positive and progressive work environment that reflects the communities we serve and promotes diversity at all levels in an inclusive environment.