Content Manager (Regenerative Agriculture)

We strongly encourage people with one or more disabilities, BIPOC people and 2SLGBTQQIAP+ people to apply.


Regeneration Canada is a non-profit organization that promotes the regeneration of soil health across the country to mitigate climate change, restore biodiversity, improve water cycles, and support a more productive and fair food system.

We strive toward this goal by raising awareness and mobilizing Canadians about the potential of reversing climate change through soil management, and the ways in which each of us can contribute. Our activities include interdisciplinary networking through our membership, educational workshops, communications activities (social networks, web series, awareness campaigns) and presentations at events. We are committed to integrating principles of equity and inclusion throughout our activities and our organization, to foster belonging of diverse stakeholders in our movement. We consider that to regenerate the land, we must address the systemic cultural and social barriers that determine who has access to the land and resources to participate in the regenerative movement.


We are a small, dynamic team from diverse backgrounds and personalities who share a passion for soil health. Non-violent communication, the spirit of collaboration, and inclusion are values that guide the way we work. At Regeneration Canada, we work in teams or by project, with each person contributing to the growth of the organization and to the accomplishment of our mission: soil regeneration and climate change mitigation! 

As part of our practices to make Regeneration Canada an inclusive workplace, employees are entitled to “regenerative” leave days, which can be used as employee-selected paid days off for wellness, unexpected life events, mental health and medical leave, personal or religious holidays beyond public holidays, and other employee-identified priorities.


We are looking for a colleague who is driven by the cause of soil regeneration and the fight against climate change, and by the desire to make a difference. This person enjoys leading projects, working on multiple campaigns and thinking of innovative ways to communicate different messages to diverse audiences. The candidate will be an experienced communicator, a natural on social media, and will bring their creativity to the organization’s communications. They are collaborative and enjoy working in a team environment, but are also happy to work independently. The candidate must also be committed to thinking about diversity, equity and inclusion issues at both the individual and organizational levels.


The Content Manager in Regenerative Agriculture will be responsible for supporting the development of content for the organization’s external communications, researching content for the creation of educational materials, and any other key projects. This role requires working with other team members to support the organization’s various projects and increase the organization’s value-added to diverse stakeholders, including farmers, citizens, agronomists, consultants, and entrepreneurs. 


Research and development of content for external communications 

In collaboration with the Communications Officer:

  • Develop educational content related to regenerative agriculture in Canada;
  • Contribute to the design and writing of content for our blog, newsletter, website and social media platforms;
  • Analyze data from media and industry monitoring to discern current trends, policies and issues;
  • Co-developing communication strategies specific to the various activities and campaigns.

Research and development of educational content for our members

In collaboration with the Community Engagement Manager:

  • Assist in moderating our online networking platform for members in order to encourage exchange;
  • Support research in preparation for events, such as webinars;
  • Contribute to the improvement of content to enhance member experience and benefits.

Data analysis and research 

In collaboration with the General Manager:

  • Conduct literature reviews on specific topics to meet the needs of the organization;
  • Monitor, analyze and synthesize scientific publications and reports from the agricultural sector in Canada;
  • Research funding opportunities and maintain a database of programs available to the agricultural and environmental sector in Canada; 
  • Contribute to the design and facilitation of educational workshops. 


  • Opportunity to participate in the organization and coordination of events, such as webinars.


We understand that candidates may not have all of the experience/qualifications listed below. We encourage you to apply if you possess approximately 80% of the essential experience/qualifications.

Required experience and qualifications:

  • In-depth awareness and knowledge of issues and trends related to regenerative agriculture, the environment, and climate change in Canada; 
  • Experience in agriculture and/or studies in agronomy, soil science, food systems or other relevant field; 
  • 2 years experience in a similar role; 
  • Excellent writing and communication skills in English;
  • Fluency in French, including basic writing skills and good verbal communication skills;
  • Experience in research and data analysis;
  • Experience in designing and developing communication and awareness tools;
  • Familiarity with a work environment that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as anti-racism in agriculture and decolonization; 
  • Experience managing several different projects at once and meeting deadlines;
  • Autonomy, initiative, proactivity and curiosity.


  • Excellent writing and communication skills in French;
  • Experience in the non-profit sector;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.


  • One year contract with possibility of renewal;
  • 35 to 40 hours/week;
  • Hourly rate of $23 per hour;
  • 5 “regenerative” days off after 3 months of continuous service;
  • 2 weeks off during the winter holidays;
  • Work/life balance;
  • Flexibility in work schedule;
  • Remote work and the possibility of working at our Montreal office;
  • Work computer provided with Microsoft Office and Zoom.

Start date: July 11, 2022



Eligible applicants are 30 years of age or younger at the time of application. Only selected candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Applicants should complete this form and send their resume and cover letter to with “Content Manager” in the subject line by June 5th, 2022, at midnight.