Stakeholder Engagement Specialist

Interested in contributing to Canada’s food production value chain? Did you know Canadian farmers are environmental stewards, working in soil conservation, carbon sequestration and playing an important role in climate change while they work to feed Canada and the world? The Canadian agricultural industry is dynamic, with science-based advancements and adoption of automation, digitalization and technology.

The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC) is a national, non-profit organization focused on addressing human resource issues facing agricultural businesses across Canada so that the industry can continue to grow and meet the demand of feeding Canadians and the world. Our team is expanding and there are excellent opportunities available with us that support the Canadian agricultural industry.

The Stakeholder Engagement Specialist will report to the Executive Director and will support all stakeholder engagement needs of the organization. This includes supporting the development and execution of the stakeholder engagement map and plan to ensure the success of all project initiatives. It also includes providing support to and engagement with the project’s stakeholders, partners and participants. They will liaise with industry and government stakeholders to broaden awareness, support and engagement in the project activities. They work with professional service providers who bring specific expertise to the project.

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To Apply

If you are interested in joining the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council team, please forward a cover letter and resume directly to: Julie Schryburt Finance and Administration Manager, Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council

Please send your cover letter and resume as one pdf document, titled with your name and the position (e.g., Sam Smith – Project Assistant.pdf). Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. For more information about the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council, please visit our website: