Friends of the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas is a nonprofit environmental charity dedicated to furthering the education of the general public in Saskatoon.
We are looking for a content writer who can incorporate heritage materials into the Saskatchewan curriculum, to be compiled into a small booklet which can be printed for use by teachers and students for the 50th anniversary in November. You will be provided with all heritage facts and information on these two afforestation areas. This is a short-term contract position that will conclude when the writing is finished. This project should take you approximately 2-3 months to complete, on your own schedule. The pay is between $5,000 – $6,500 depending on quality/content. This virtual job will be correlated with a team through email/zoom/phone. Finished writing package should be sent digitally.
Experience with creating a pdf teacher’s guide to use in conjunction with the pupil lesson plan printed resource is an asset. Ideally the candidate will have a qualified education degree with experience in outdoor/environmental education with success with hands on classrooms in outdoor learning experiences.
The booklet is offered as a free service/product to the general public in fulfilling the terms of being a non profit charity, the writer may have a byline/credit line if desired.
If this sounds interesting to you, please contact us at our headquarters at 306-380-5368
The two actual afforestation areas are located on the southwest edge of Saskatoon, and the non profit charity uses the board member’s address for contact purposes. We expect our first meeting to be in person at the Richard St. Barbe Baker Afforestation Area and after that you can work virtually.
Thank you. We look forward to hearing from you.
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