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Help to protect over 1,200 acres of environmentally sensitive land across Waterloo Region and Wellington County while providing a refuge for over 5,200 species and improving our community’s sustainability and health and well-being.

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rare has been a Certified Living Wage Employer since 2021.

We love dogs

We love our dogs at rare! Not only are dogs allowed (on a leash) on our Grand Allée, Maple Lane, Deer Run, ECO Centre, Springbank, Neuman and Grand Trunk trails, our office is dog friendly! Dogs may be found in our Lamb’s Inn offices during work hours, looking for love.

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At rare, we are dedicated to removing bias from our hiring process and have implemented an anonymous review component to our recruitment process. This means we remove your name, address and e-mail from your application/resume prior to it being reviewed by the hiring manager. This information is only made available to the hiring manager if you are selected for an interview.

We are committed to racial justice, reconciliation and equity-building and we welcome individuals from marginalized communities, including Black people, Indigenous people, people of colour, 2SLGBTQI+ and self-identifying women candidates applying for jobs at rare. We encourage people with disabilities to apply for jobs at rare. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Note that rare is a Certified Living Wage Employer and we include the salary range in all postings.

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