Thank you for your interest in working for Let’s Talk Science!
Our dynamic and engaging work environment offers our staff members positive challenges and meaningful opportunities. We’re always on the lookout for energetic, motivated and innovative people who want to make a difference and inspire Canadian children and youth to fulfill their potential and prepare for future careers by supporting their learning and engagement through science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Let's Talk Science has the following openings:
Let’s Talk Science Associate (Digital Literacy Project) NEW
AB Summer Programming Assistant CLOSED
If you are interested in employment with Let’s Talk Science, but do not feel that your skills and experience are a match for the available position(s) listed above, please forward a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions will be held on file for six months and considered for any hiring we undertake during that time.
Let’s Talk Science is committed to employment equity, welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. If you have a disability that requires accommodation to assist you with any aspect of the hiring process, please contact the Human Resources Coordinator (email@example.com).
"At Let’s Talk Science, I have the opportunity to work toward goals that I am passionate about, with the support of an amazing staff. It’s a great feeling to know that you’re making a difference."
- Erin Kelly
Coordinator, Indigenous Initiatives
"The people with whom I work – the staff and volunteers – are amazing. It feels incredible to be a part of a national team filled with intelligent and creative people, all working for and believing in a shared cause!"
- André Motuzas
Donor Relations Manager
"Whenever I tell people about my job, the response is always, ‘You really love what you do, don’t you?!"
- Susie Taylor
Program Support Coordinator, Let’s Talk Science Outreach
"I love the fact that this job always keeps me thinking and provides a creative and productive outlet."
- Scott Taylor
"Let’s Talk Science gets me excited about the possibilities and opportunities that are available for youth today, and it’s incredible to see and contribute to inspiring youth all across the country."
- Jenna Friedt
"What I love most about Let's Talk Science is that it enables me to support volunteers all around Canada who are doing amazing work. It's nice to be a part of developing our systems to greater serve our volunteers."
- Kyle Guillette
Web Application Developer