Are you interested in volunteering on one of KEPO’s many projects, activities or events? Call us today at (450) 635-0600 to add your name to our volunteer list. We will contact you to come and help out at our next event.
Let’s work together to protect and enhance our environment!
Become a part of our team
Are you interested in becoming a part of our team? Did you study natural sciences? The Kahnawà:ke Environment Protection Office is interested in hearing from you.
Explore Our Opportunities
Summer Student Employment
Junior Environmental Technician
Oopportunities of Junior Environmental Technicians include assisting KEPO staff with fieldwork and educational activities contributing to the improved environmental integrity of Kahnawà:ke and Tioweró:ton. This will include assisting with the aquatic monitoring program including surface water sampling and macroinvertebrate inventories; Tioweró:ton inventories; bat and bird monitoring; invasive species control; and environmental educational initiatives. We will be hiring Junior Environmental Technicians through the Kahnawà:ke Summer Student Employment Program (KSSEP) and separately through KEPO projects. All interested applicants are encouraged to apply regardless of the KSSEP requirements. We will be reviewing applications as they are received so we invite you to apply early.View Job Details
Are you a consultant interested in working with us?
We often hire consultants to carry out projects such as habitat characterizations, species inventories, protection or remediation plans, or other environmental mandates. Generally, we invite consultants to submit proposals based on our terms of reference, and we carry out a selection process based on our evaluation criteria. Please contact us if you would like to be added to our consultant list.
Are you pursuing post-secondary education?
Please contact us for information on possible stage placements, and see above for summer student opportunities.
Please find on our resources page a list of relevant environmental programs at the CEGEP, undergraduate, and graduate levels.