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Work and Volunteer Opportunities

Do you love the outdoors? Are you passionate about conservation in New Brunswick? Are you interested in making a positive difference in your community?

The KWRC might be the perfect fit for you!

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Working with the KWRC as a monitoring technician has been a great opportunity to build many skill sets, enhance my knowledge in several respects, and to increase my social and networking skills within the local community.

~ Miranda Morrison, KWRC Education Outreach Assistant 2018 / Monitoring Tech 2019

I had a great summer and was able to build on some new skills, form connections with local groups, and learn more about riparian zone restoration and storm water management! I loved working with the school groups, and had fun teaching kids how to use a drill (not as scary as you’d think!) to assemble habitat boxes for birds.

~ Hannah Kienzle, KWRC Education Outreach Assistant 2019

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Employment Opportunities

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We are currently seeking candidates to fill various roles at the KWRC, which include an Education Outreach Assistant, Mapping & Data Technician, and multiple Habitat Technician positions. Each role provides a mix of office and outdoor work, and plenty of opportunity to learn new skills while managing/monitoring the health of Kennebecasis watershed! If you're a nature lover looking for meaningful work in the environmental field, we'd be a great fit! Send your resume and cover letter to    if you're interested in joining our team.

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about each position.

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The following videos will help to give you an idea of the various tasks we do here at the KWRC, particularly during the field season, when we have summer students on board to help with the extra work load (this could be you!) It can be hard work in the rain or hot sun, but we certainly have our fun - plus we know we're making a positive difference for native biodiversity, river health, and in our communities!

Volunteer Opportunities


The KWRC has numerous opportunities for volunteers to get to know our watershed, interact with nature, learn more about the environment in which we live and to gain valuable skills. Whether you are looking for a long term commitment or simply an afternoon, we have a task you can assist with. Some of these are listed below.


If you enjoy watching the weather and are willing to make a long term commitment, then this is an opportunity for you! 

Monitoring a CoCoRaHS precipitation station is a fun and unique citizen science volunteer experience and takes very little time to set up and check on a regular basis. 


Want to know more?


Click on the video for more information or simply give us a call at 433-4394.

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup - September 26, 2020

Shoreline Cleanup

If a one-day event is more your style, we host a shoreline clean up event the third week in September each year that would be a great fit for you!  For more on this event you can watch the video below and give us a call to find out how you can register for the next event.

Tree Planting

Tree Planting

The KWRC hosts regular tree planting and willow staking events as well.  Through this activity you can see how our past efforts are now contributing to our future restoration efforts.  We can also customize a tree planting event for you class or community group.  Simply give us a call and speak to our staff about what we can offer you.


Volunteers at some of our tree planting events in 2019 and 2020.

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