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2013 Aeop Summer Intern - Mining

2013 Aeop Summer Intern - Mining

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Published by James Murray
Aboriginal peoples are being increasingly recognized by Canadian resource companies for their important role in land and resources management. Partnering with First Nations, industry, and educational partners, Mining Matters works to build this recognition.Aboriginal peoples are being increasingly recognized by Canadian resource companies for their important role in land and resources management. Partnering with First Nations, industry, and educational partners, Mining Matters works to build this recognition.
Aboriginal peoples are being increasingly recognized by Canadian resource companies for their important role in land and resources management. Partnering with First Nations, industry, and educational partners, Mining Matters works to build this recognition.Aboriginal peoples are being increasingly recognized by Canadian resource companies for their important role in land and resources management. Partnering with First Nations, industry, and educational partners, Mining Matters works to build this recognition.

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Published by: James Murray on Mar 04, 2013
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Please submit your resume by email only to Barbara Green Parker, Manager, Aboriginal Education and OutreachPrograms atbgparker@pdac.caby 4:30pm Friday, March 22, 2013.
We wish to thank all applicants for their interestand effort in applying for the position, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
 
Title: Summer Intern, Aboriginal Education and Outreach ProgramsPosition Type:
Seasonal Contract
Term:
 April 29
 –
September 2, 2013
Job Region:
Toronto-based office with extensive travel to Aboriginal communities inCanada
Salary Range:
$3,000- $4,000 per month, based on previous experience and qualifications
Application Deadline:
4:30pm, Friday March 22, 2013
About Mining Matters and the Aboriginal Education and Outreach Programs
Mining Matters
is seeking responsible, dedicated, adventurous and self-motivated individuals to fill the position of 
Summer Intern
, working under the banner of 
Mining Matters’
Aboriginal Education and Outreach Programs. The program,which was first introduced in 2001, provides Aboriginal communities with engaging hands-on learning experiences related tomineral exploration, extraction, and development and related concepts within the study of Earth science.
Mining Matters
is a charitable organization dedicated to bringing knowledge and awareness about Canada’s geology and
mineral resources to students, educators and the general public. The organization provides current information about rocks,minerals, metals, mining and the diverse career opportunities available in the minerals industry.
Mining Matters
offersexceptional educational resources that meet provincial curriculum expectations. Core to the program are the
Mining Matters
educational resources, created by educators and Earth science experts.
Mining Matters
has reached an estimated 490,000teachers, students and members of the general public since its inception in 1994. For more information visit
About the Candidate
The candidate will report to the Manager of the Aboriginal Education and Outreach Programs to assist with the planning andimplementation of its
 Mining Rocks
Earth Science Camp and School programs, Teacher Workshops, and other outreachinitiatives. The candidate must be confident in delivering a diverse array of indoor and outdoor mineral exploration, miningand Earth science learning activities in a safe, caring and fun-filled environment. An initial training period will be provided toensure the candidate will be able to effectively coordinate and deliver these programs.The candidate must be comfortable interacting and communicating with a variety of ages and community members. Thecandidate may be operating within environments that may be stressful and emotionally challenging. The candidate must beavailable to work weekends, holidays and overtime beyond a standard eight-hour day to accommodate the program and travelschedule. Modest accommodations are frequently the norm when travelling in remote and northern locations for our  programs. There may be minimal access to internet and telephone.

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