This position is located in the Great Lakes Regional Office (GLRO) of the International Joint Commission (IJC) in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The IJC is an international governmental organization established by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909. The IJC assists the Governments of the United States and Canada in preventing and resolving issues regarding the use of transboundary water and in addressing other environmental issues affecting or potentially affecting either or both countries.Learn more about this agency
- Formulates, plans, manages, and implements a multimedia public information and consultation program on transboundary pollution matters, environmental programs and policies, and binational water quality issues involving the Great Lakes.
- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships at a variety of levels throughout the Basin in order to assist the IJC in maintaining awareness of Great Lakes issues.
- Plans, organizes, and coordinates binational presentations and participation in workshops, seminars, and training sessions.
- Develops written materials and digital media support for IJC programs, projects and activities, particularly those concerning its advisory boards and Great Lakes water quality.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel may be required.
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