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Lead Nature Educator

Salary: $18.00 per hour
Start: April 21 through August, 2019

Description: Working within the Toronto Botanical Garden education team, the Lead Nature Educator will plan and deliver nature-based programs for elementary school groups and summer camps. These programs, which support the Ontario school curriculum, immerse children in the natural world and draw connections for children between the natural world and art and culture. Students will participate in hands-on activities including water testing in Wilket Creek, exploring habitats in the Wilket Creek ravine, farming in TBG’s Teaching Garden, and creating nature art.
Full responsibilities and qualifications: Lead Nature Educator

Nature Educator

Salary: $17.00 per hour
Start: April 21 through August, 2019

Description: Working with Toronto Botanical Garden education and horticultural teams, the Nature Educators will plan, maintain, and interpret TBG’s Teaching Garden and lead the inclusion of Indigenous and cultural/botanical heritage and/or accessibility focused plants and programs. This garden is tended to by children attending TBG school programs and camps. The harvest is shared between them and a local food bank. Our educational programs, many of which support the Ontario school curriculum, will immerse children in the natural world and draw connections for children between the natural world, art, and culture. Students will participate in hands-on activities including planting and working in the garden, learning about plants, soils, and animals that live in the garden, and creating nature art.
Full responsibilities and qualifications: Nature Educator

Arts Administration Assistant

Salary: $15.00 per hour
Dates: Early May through August 2019 (some flexibility in start and end date)

Description: Working with Toronto Botanical Garden Communication/Events team, the Arts Administration Assistant will provide administrative support for of the TBG Summer Exhibition entitled “ZimSculpt”, an international travelling exhibition of sculpture from Zimbabwe curated by Vivienne Croisette featuring over one hundred sculptures installed outdoors throughout the grounds of the Toronto Botanical Garden and Edwards Gardens covering over eight acres running June 28 to September 8, 2019.
Full responsibilities and qualifications: Arts Administration Assistant


TBG is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. In accordance with relevant legislation including the Ontario Human Rights and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, a request for accommodation will be considered throughout the hiring process.

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