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Employment Opportunities

Are you passionate about protecting land in the Kawarthas?

Join our dedicated staff team.

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Create a Lasting Legacy with KLT

You can be part of a conservation movement in the Kawarthas and contribute to a meaningful legacy for generations to come.

Work With a Dedicated Team

Help make an impact on one of Canada's most outstanding landscapes and engage with a committed community of supporters.

Enjoy a Flexible Workplace

KLT employees enjoy a hybrid work environment. Our office is located in Peterborough.

Diversity, Inclusion & Equity

KLT values diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all qualified applicants.

Accommodations for applicants with disabilities are available upon request for all aspects of the recruitment process.

Open Positions:

KLT is recruiting for the following position(s):

Thank you for your interest. There are no positions posted at this time. Please check back for updates.

Frequently Asked Questions

KLT staff enjoy a hybrid work environment. Our office is located in The Mount Community Centre in Peterborough. Our protected properties are located throughout Peterborough County and Kawartha Lakes. 

Employment opportunities will be posted on this page when positions are available. 

This includes positions that are full-time, part-time, contract, including summer job opportunities for students.

For volunteer opportunities, visit our volunteer page. 

From the Ontario Land Trust Alliance (OLTA) website: “

The term “land trust” refers to non-profit, charitable organizations that have as one of their core activities the acquisition of land or interests in land (like conservation easements) for the purpose of conservation.

The hallmark of a land trust is the direct action they take to protect the local land base, and that they hold those lands or conservation easements in trust for future generations.

Land trusts and conservancies are generally local in scope and operation, but may be provincial, regional or even national.

Most land trusts focus on conserving the biological values of land, but across the continent land trusts have been established to protect scenic, historical, agricultural, and recreational lands as well.”

Hayden Wildson Kawartha Land Trust Stewardship Manager showing volunteers how to collect tallgrass seeds
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Future opportunities

To learn about upcoming staff and volunteer opportunities, sign up for KLT’s monthly e-newsletter.

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