WorkCabin.ca was founded in 2007 to help Canadians find quality jobs and careers working for conservation
For more than a decade, WorkCabin has trailblazed a path to becoming nationally recognized and respected as Canada's premier destination for conservation and environmental job postings. WorkCabin is focused. Our audience is focused. That means we help you attract quality and qualified applicants. WorkCabin is proud of being Canadian small business success story. Being authentically connected to the field we serve, and working face to face directly in the field (with boots on!) with local, provincial, and national organizations is how WorkCabin is different from other jobs boards.
Canadians visit us. A lot.
Our website attracts more than 100,000 views per month and is highly targeted to an audience that is actively engaged, enrolled, studying or working in conservation already.
WorkCabin has a well-established reputation for helping organizations attract qualified applicants.
Having authentic roots is a big part of the WorkCabin story. WorkCabin.ca was founded in 2007 by conservationist Gregg McLachlan. He is a professional nature photographer and videographer, and past director with a world biosphere reserve foundation. His connections in the conservation field run deep. His resume includes being a keynote speaker and workshop presenter for local, provincial and national conservation organizations; He has been featured in The Globe and Mail sharing his favourite nature and outdoors apps; He has been a presenter at the prestigious Latornell Conservation Symposium; Every year he helps the next generation of biologists, ecologists and wildlife technicians by partnering with Canada's Emerging Leaders for Biodiversity organization to lead a resume workshop and facilitate a conservation careers panel discussion.