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Canada's #1 job board for conservation careers. was founded in 2007 out of a deep respect and passion for conservation in Canada. We not only believe in conservation but also believe employment opportunities in conservation are growing and essential for Canada's economy and future. We launched because of our vision to invest in, and build, Canada's only dedicated professional-level job board for the conservation field. Through continuous investment in our service, our everyday purpose is bringing together highly skilled conservation and environmental professionals, and new and recent environmental graduates, and Canada's best employers in the conservation and environmental fields. wouldn't be where it is today without the incredible support of Canada's conservation and environmental community and employers who have embraced and supported the vision of creating and launching Canada's Conservation Jobs Board.

Thank you for working wild with us for 17 years!
Gregg McLachlan
President and General Manager

WorkCabin acknowledges that we are living, working, and stewarding on the traditional treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations. In particular, we would like to acknowledge the Neutral, Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee peoples.

Precise conservation audience.

WorkCabin attracts more than 100,000 views per month. Most importantly, WorkCabin's audience is actively engaged, enrolled, studying or working in conservation and the environment already.

For candidates, WorkCabin has a well established reputation for attracting top conservation employers who have quality career-track job openings.

Conservation filmmakers in Canada

Our founder was founded by Canadian conservationist Gregg McLachlan in 2007. He is a professional conservation filmmaker, and past director on the board of a Canadian biosphere region. He has a deep boots-on-the-ground understanding of the conservation job market and hiring trends. He has been a keynote speaker and workshop presenter for local, provincial and national conservation organizations; He has been a presenter at the Latornell Conservation Symposium; He has coached the next generation of biologists, ecologists and wildlife technicians by partnering with Canada's Emerging Leaders for Biodiversity to lead resume workshops and facilitate conservation careers panel discussions.

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