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Aski Reclamation - Seasonal Seed Collector

Role Title:

Seasonal Seed Collector

Effective Date:

May 16/June 13

Reports to:

Project Coordinator


Moberly Lake





Primary Purpose                                                                                                                               


Assist the Aski Reclamation team in the collection of plant materials for the company to assist future restoration projects that focus on end land use goals that are culturally important and ecologically suitable. This individual will report to the team lead and project coordinator for this program, along with updates to the project manager where necessary. Daily responsibilities require manual labour in all weather conditions and terrain.




·       Technical skills accurately identifying plants species and their life cycle stages both in office and in the field

·       Mapping plant locations and future locations with the use of a GPS

·       Field collection of mature & viable plant seeds/materials, and required field

·       Plant species identification and plant stage identification an asset

·       Follow procedures and guidelines to ensure a representative sample of genetic variations is obtained

·       Reporting to the project coordinator of seed collection activities and data

·       Office input of collected field data

·       Pre-planning of field activities to maximize efforts and minimize costs (approved by supervisor/manager)

·       Attends and participates in meetings; documents and submits required forms, documents and/or reports.  

·       At the end of each workday or work shift, perform all required maintenance functions and tasks to ensure that their assigned piece(s) of equipment and tools are prepared and ready for the next workday, work shift, or cross shift

·       Work with health and safety coordinator on a regular basis to identify new site location risks and update ERP plan for various locations

·       Weekly submission of receipts and daily tickets (time and safety) to the project administration

·       Assisting in community engagement programs at Saulteau First Nations, including but not limited to open house events, Aski quarterly updates, youth engagement activities and more

·       Collection and review of timesheets and daily paperwork to ensure that it is properly completed and given to appropriate departments

·       Assists other departments with field information required

·       Promotes a safe work environment and is responsible for the safety of the crew

·       Understand the legal liability and any related occupational and safety laws

·       Ensure that team members comply with safety regulations

Education & Qualifications


·       Class 7/5 driver license with a clean driver’s abstract

·       Availability to work various days in the week to meet seed maturation dates

·       OFA Level 1 Certified

·       Preferential if employee can provide WHMIS 2015 and H2S certification

·       Must be able to work in uneven terrains and adverse weather conditions

·       Physically fit – requires lifting, walking, bending and reaching

·       Willing to complete NAIT and Aski training

·       Preference will be given to Saulteau First Nations Band Member




The requirements and responsibilities contained in this job description do not create a contract of employment and are not meant to be all-inclusive. They may be changed by the role manager during employment on an as-need basis.


Aski Reclamation Limited Partnership (Aski) is committed to fair, equitable, and transparent hiring practices and to employing the best available applicants who possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to meet our client’s needs effectively and efficiently while achieving strategic goals and objectives and upholding the core values of Aski.





Additional Info

  • Application Cut Off Date: Monday, 02 May 2022
  • Position Start Date: Monday, 16 May 2022
  • Position Type: Temporary
  • Expected Hours: Full Time
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