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We'd love to have you join us

When you become part of RR2CS, you’re stepping into more than a position. You’re joining a dedicated group committed to empowering individuals to discover, embrace, and implement environmentally friendly solutions that uplift rural Alberta. We achieve this through sharing stories, building community connections and experimenting.

Ready to make a difference? 

Here’s how you can get involved.

Employment Opportunities

Project Director

This position will remain open until a successful candidate is found.

As the Projects Director, you’ll be at the heart of our efforts. You’ll play a pivotal role by steering and guiding our projects, engaging stakeholders, and securing funding and exploring alternative income streams that propel us forward.

Project Manager - Siksikaitsitapi Agriculture Project

This position will remain open until a successful candidate is found.

As the Project Manager of the Siksikaitsitapi Agriculture Project, you’ll be the conductor of this amazing project – bringing stakeholders, advisors, staff and volunteers together to explore and identify which on-farm and on-ranch climate solutions align with Blackfoot culture and ways of knowing. Using a culture-specific model of engagement, the Project Manager ensures activities are delivered with the appropriate cultural lens, to further a Nation-to-Nation relationship and to honour the spirit and intent of Truth and Reconciliation.

Project Coordinator - Siksikaitsitapi Agriculture Project

This position will remain open until a successful candidate is found.

Are you a delight to speak with, thoughtful, flexible, and passionate about either Mokaksin (traditional Blackfoot knowledge), agriculture, community health and food security (or maybe it is all of the above)? Are you passionate about empowering Siksikaitsipoyi (Blackfoot people)? Do you believe in people and their ability to bring about positive change?

If you’ve answered yes to any of the above questions, we’d love to hear from you!

Volunteer Opportunities

Advisory Committee - Siksikaitsitapi Agriculture Project

Siksikaitsitapi Agriculture Project (SAP) is seeking representative members of the Siksika, Kainai, and Piikani Nations to form the Siksikaitsitapi Advisory Committee. The committee will consist of Blackfoot Knowledge Keepers, Elders, farmers, ranchers, food security specialists, and public/environmental/mental health professionals.

The SAP Advisory Committee will advise and support the inclusion of Siksikaitsitapi stakeholders in the areas of agriculture, and in the decision making process of the SAP Project Manager and Project Coordinators by sharing lived experiences, Blackfoot ways of knowing and protocols, and professional knowledge as it pertains to agricultural practices and co-benefits that impact the communities. The advisory committee will also provide Blackfoot cultural guidance to other RR2CS programming and staff as needed, creating a space for respectful relationship building and collaboration between all parties.