We’re Hiring!

The Concordia Greenhouse is currently looking to fill the position of Communications Coordinator. This position covers the internal and external communications for the greenhouse and all its projects, as well as our online and social media presence, internal signage, publicity, and community liaisons. If you or someone you know is looking to do some good green work in the community for a highly productive and socially responsible organization, we encourage you to apply! We will be accepting applications up to Friday December 14th 2012, with training in the new year. The complete job description and information on how to apply can be found here.

Position dates: WintHelp us Grow the Greenhouse!er semester 2013 (with possibility of extending contract)
Hours: 8-10 hours/week
Pay rate: Honorarium ($500/semester)

About the Concordia Greenhouse:

The Concordia Greenhouse Project is based in the rooftop greenhouse of the Henry F. Hall building (13th floor), where we have created an all-organic space geared towards education and research into urban sustainability, community building and food security. The project is a working group of Sustainable Concordia, a multi-stakeholder initiative that seeks to create a more ecologically, socially and economically sustainable university community. The Greenhouse provides an environment for workshops, film screenings, research projects and community events, and is a springboard for spreading innovative sustainability solutions through popular education initiatives. The Greenhouse is also the founder of the flourishing City Farm School, a practical training program and speaker series on urban agriculture, which is based out of the Greenhouse and at the Loyola campus.

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