Miscellaneous Job Postings
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|Local Job Opportunities & Upcoming Job Fairs|
Check out the following jobs or go to the local Chamber of Commerce websites to see other jobs in Vermilion and surrounding areas:
Upcoming Employment & Career Fairs:
Lakeland College Career Fair - Vermilion Campus - October 23, 2020 (tentative)
Lakeland College Business Job Fair - Lloydminster Campus - January 2021 (11:30 am - 1:30 pm)
|Fishing Guide - Deadline - May 15/20 or until suitable candidates found|
Summer Fishing Guide Position
Russell Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
Season Dates: May 25th, 2019- August 15th, 2020
Compensation: Competitive Seasonal Rate, + cash tips! Room and board provided for summer season.
Job Description:. Get introduced to the fishing outfitting industry with hands on experience! Learn the many aspects that go into a successful outfitting business in Northern SK, Canada. Primary role will be a boat driver/fishing guide for the summer season. Additional camp duties must be performed as well as the guiding duties.
Duties (required and not limited to): Boat driver, lunch preparation (shore lunch), camp chores, housekeeping tasks, breakfast and dinner prep in camp
6:30: wake up call, help with breakfast prep
8:00: Departure from dock (guide will fish with 2 guests)
8-12: AM fishing
12:00: Shore lunch at designated lunch site on lake
1-5:30: Afternoon Fishing
5:30: All boats required back to camp
5:30-6:30: Fish cleaning/packaging, Boat prep for next day meal prep
6:30: Supper meal
7-7:30: Supper dishes
Job requirements: Must be guest oriented, personable in boats, and a good communicator, no boating experience required. Must be willing to complete housekeeping tasks and camp chores when called upon.
Ex: Cleaning and preparing cabins for new guests (Saturday is guest change over day), meal preparation. Misc maintenance on boats
About Plaisted Camps: We are a remote fishing camp located 150 miles north of La Ronge, Saskatchewan on Russell Lake (near Key Lake Mine). We are a fly-in camp with no access to outside services and amenities. The camp is a family owned operation with 5-7 employees on site throughout the summer. Our camp is a family like atmosphere, most clients are repeat clients. One must be able to tolerate several types of personalities throughout the year, we live in close quarters and share living space. Guides share a cabin with other guides. Each and every staff member is required to pitch in and help when called upon. Our work days are long, but very rewarding! All lodging and meals will be covered when in camp for the season. We do have cell phone service available for certain hours in the evening to make outside contact. Once you are in camp you will be required to stay/work for the entire season! Visit our website www.plaistedcamps.com for more information on our lodge!
Please send resumes and cover letter to the following email address, or contact Dan for any more information
Contact Information: Dan Brelje (owner/manager) Cell: 605-645-8893, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Labourer - Deadline - May 15/20 or until suitable applicant found|
Full-time, Part-time, Contract
Salary: $18.00 /hour
*Our office has been temporarily closed to visitors. Please submit your resume online.*
Spectrum Restoration DKI is hiring Labourers to join the Emergency Services team. This position has the potential to turn into a promotion and permanent employment for the right candidate(s).
No experience is required but we are looking for team players. This means you are able to:
● work while working; supporting the team by doing your fair share of job duties
● be available for the entire duration of your shift unless discussed with you manager prior
to the shift. Usual shifts are Monday to Friday 8:00 to 4:30. There is the possibility of
being required to work outside of these hours as we do provide emergency services
● be on call and responsive to callouts at any time
● behave in a professional manner while representing the company
Emergency Services Technicians are responsible for stabilizing, cleaning, placing drying equipment, contents shifting, tear out / demolition, and general labor as required in preparation for restoration:
● Attention to detail and ability to learn quickly is essential
● Must be readily available to work when called in, work odd hours and work overtime; will include evenings, weekends and holidays
● Professional appearance and attitude will be required at all times
● Valid driver’s licence; Driver's abstract must be provided
● Must be bondable; Criminal Record Check must be provided
● Experience with hand / rotary tools is a plus but not required
● Steel toed boots and being clean-shaven are required
Safety Sensitive - Yes
Physical - lifting, pulling and managing heavy equipment and objects.Environmental - must work outside in all different weather conditions including extreme cold and
extreme heat. You may be exposed to unpleasant sights and smells and may, at times, be
exposed to dangerous and/or toxic substances that requires precaution taken to protect eyes,
nose and skin from irritation and infection.
Mental -must complete assigned tasks in a timely manner. He/she must be able to effectively deal with clients in a courteous and respectful manner.
What to submit with your resume to place you ahead of candidates with similar qualifications:
● Driver's abstract detailing the previous 3-years' (will accept 5 years' previous) driving history,
● Recent (6 months or sooner) criminal record check from local RCMP detachment, and
● Any valid safety tickets,
No phone calls please. We will contact those that have been selected. Local candidates only.
Reference ID: 20-04-LA
|Spring Hiring Fair Banff - May 6/20|
Is there a better way to spend the summer than living and working in the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains?
We are excited to announce May 6, 2020 as the date for the Spring Hiring Fair in Banff, Alberta.
This annual event is a chance for job seekers with a passion for the mountains to meet with the region’s top employers and line up a job for the summer or beyond.
We anticipate that there will be over 400 job openings, most in hospitality and tourism, and many with subsidized staff housing.
For more information about the Spring Hiring Fair or the Job Resource Centre, please call, or visit our website at www.jobresourcecentre.com.
|Health & Safety Officer - Deadline - May 15/20 or until suitable applicant found|
Health and Safety Officer
Spectrum Restoration DKI is currently looking for a Health and Safety Officer. The Health and Safety Officer ensures all workers on the job sites are doing their best to prevent and avoid injury and incident by working closely with all levels of management and employees within the job sites and office environments.
Summary of Job Duties:
● Manage safety orientation and training for employees and subcontractors to ensure complete and effective understanding of potential risks and expected behaviors within the workplace.
● Manage monthly safety and joint health and safety meetings while ensuring action items are being completed.
● Manage health and safety supplies
● Provide regular and accurate statistical reports on all medical aid, WCB incidents and injuries, lost time injuries, health-related absenteeism and disability information.
● Maintain records of all Health and Safety related training on individual employee files and company-wide logs. Organize employee safety training as required.
● Manage Safety and Health bulletin boards.
● Ensure Company is compliant with all legislative requirements (COR, OH&S, air quality, forklift, WHMIS, etc.)
● Manage the Company’s Health and Safety Manual and handbooks.
● Conduct effective hazard analysis for all work sites.
● Review documentation, including weekly hazard assessments, daily FLHAs and incident investigations.
● Ensure Safe Work Procedures are current and complete for all work sites.
● Conduct effective ergonomic analysis of the workplace and work sites.
● Investigate accidents thoroughly and effectively, and then respond appropriately as required, including communicating to, training and following up with supervisors and employees.
● Act as Case Manager administrator for occupational and non-occupational injury and illness.
● Diligently encourage and promote positive and effective employee relations through communications initiatives, coaching supervisors, providing counseling to employees and monitoring employee satisfaction.
● Conduct all activities and execute all duties with enthusiasm, professionalism and a positive attitude.
● Support company initiatives and policies enthusiastically.
● Other duties as assigned.
● Valid Occupational Health and Safety Certificate or equivalent is required.
● Valid CRSP, NCSO or HAS designation is required.
● Current First Aid Responder certificate would be an asset.
● Clean and current criminal record check and driving summary are required.
● Two to five years of experience implementing and promoting safe work practices and policies in the construction industry is required.
● Experience with disability management, accident investigation, workplace inspection and job hazard analysis.
● Understanding of current legislation, Codes of Practice, Bulletins and other safe work practice requirements and recommendations.
● Ability to follow the Company 'paper-lite' protocol and utilize software programs to perform job requirements.
● Confidence, with the proven ability to build credibility and strong partnerships at all levels.
● Very strong sense of urgency with proven record of following through to meet deadlines and commitments.
● Energetic, self motivated, creative and especially positive outlook.
● Proven ability to maintain confidences and ensure confidentiality of information and records.
● Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and other common applications.
● Travel within the service area will be required on a regular basis
● Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals
● Ability to attend and conduct presentations
● Overtime as required
● Lifting or moving up to 25lbs may be required
Reference ID: 20-04-HSO
|Personal Support Workers/Respite Support Workers - Deadline - ongoing|
|Inclusion Lloydminster and Inclusion Alberta are looking to hire Personal Support Workers/Respite Support Workers for the Lloydminster and surrounding areas.
Contact Person: kendall Ayrey
Job Title: Personal Support Worker/Respite Support Worker
Job Location: Lloydminster or Lloydminster rural area
Employment Terms: Permanent Part-time or casual
Salary: Depending on experience/education and qualifications
Various positions available in the Lloydminster and surrounding area. Looking for individuals that are reliable, responsible and have strong work ethic. The individual must be passionate and committed to working with children with disabilities and their families. Prior experience working with children would be an asset but will train the appropriate individual.
Grade 12 or equivalent and Post-secondary studies would be a benefit.
Willing to train the appropriate individual.
How to apply:
Please contact Kendall Ayrey at 306-825-5918 or fax or email resume to find out more information on this unique opportunity to make a difference to a child with a disability and their family.
|Lakeland College Summer Students - Deadline - Open Until Filled|
Summer Student positions at Lakeland College. Apply early before all the positions have been filled.
|Summer Camp Jobs - Deadline - until suitable applicants found|
Camp Tamarack is looking to hire their summer staff.
The following position are available:
Camp Nurse / Medic
Food Services Team Members
Most positions are from June through August.
For more details or to apply: https://camptamarack.ca/get-involved/employment/
|Summer Wilderness Camp - Deadline - May 1/20|
|Summer Staff For Adventure Based Christian Camp
Company:Blue Bronna Wilderness Camp
Application Deadline: May 1, 2020
Job Location:Longview, AB
Address:PO BOX 65, Longview, AB T0L 1H0
Blue Bronna Wilderness Camp exists to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a wilderness setting.
We are located southwest of Longview, AB in the Rocky Mountains. We operate summer programs for kids, youth, adults, families and rental groups. We have two facilities: Willow Creek which is in the foothills and Coat Creek which is in the mountains. Programs include: youth camps, horsemanship camps, horse pack trips for youth and adults, family camps, fly fishing and quad camp, plus rental groups from The Mustard Seed, Youth For Christ and other such groups that work with the homeless, troubled youth or folks out of prison. We are a small camp with 25 campers per session and 12 staff. Staff rotate between the two sites and have a hand in all that we do. Even though they may come as a Counselor or Wrangler, they will at times be called upon to help in other areas of the camp.
Activities include: horseback riding, pack trips, rock climbing, canoeing, mountain hiking, archery, games, God Talks, fun!!.
Summer Camp Staff:
May 1 – Head Wrangler, Head Cook, Maintenance Program Directors, Youth Training Team Leaders
May 15 or later : Assistant Wrangler, Assistant Cook/Kitchen helper, Program Staff, Counselors.
1.Love God and have a desire to serve him and grow in your faith.
2.Be responsible for your main job but also be involved in other areas of the camp when needed.
3.Alternate between the two camps when needed.
4.Not scared of hard work, long days, the dark, the cold, sleeping in tents or outside under the stars, food cooked over a fire, coyotes howling, or bugs.
5.Must like beautiful sunrises and sunsets, crisp mornings, starry nights, vast expanses, horses, and kids.
International staff are welcome to apply as the process is relatively easy.
Salary:$800 per month plus the opportunity to raise an additional $1,800 month
Job Start Date:May 1, 2020 or May 15, 2020
Job End Date:August 24
Application Requirements: Resume, Cover Letter, Application Form, References
How to Apply: Online
|Federal Student Work Experience Program - Deadlines - as per site|
To find out more about the Federal Student Work Experience Program and the criteria for applying:
|Summer Camp Jobs - Deadline - May 1/20|
|Summer Positions for Underprivileged Kids Camps
Company:Hope Mission Summer Camps
Application Deadline: May 1, 2020
Job Location:Evansburg, AB
Name:Alyssa Humphreys, Brightwood Ranch Director
Address:Box 277, Evansburg, AB T0E 0T0
Ph:780-727-3840; 1-866-797-2624 (toll free)
Hope Mission is an interdenominational Christian inner city rescue mission in Edmonton, Alberta. Hope mission exists to serve, strengthen, and uplift men, women, youth, and children through the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ.
Hope Mission Summer Camps exist to provide a summer camp experience for children from single parent, foster, and group homes. We run on a pay-what-you-can registration fee and provide bus transportation from Edmonton and Calgary to our camps in order to reduce financial and transportation barriers for the families we serve.
Hope Mission Summer Camps are focused on developing camper-staff relationships. Campers spend the day in their cabin groups. Cookouts, cabin group activities, meals, Bible studies and devotions, and special activities all help to provide opportunities to have an impact on the campers that are with you for the week.
Hope Mission Summer Camps run at two sites:
220 acres of rolling hills located one hour west of Edmonton, Alberta. We offer 6 day overnight camps for children and youth ages 6-17. We run junior and intermediate camps out of our cabins on the mainsite, a tipi village, and youth development programs for high school youth. All cabins have shower and bathroom facilities.
100 acres pf forest located 20 minutes west of Calgary, Alberta along the Elbow River. We off 6 day overnight camps for children and youth ages 6-15. The camp is rustic with campers staying in tipis. Junior and intermediate camps are offered as well as a youth development program for youth ages 13-15.
Camp Activities Include:
Horseback riding, archery, climbing wall, low ropes course, zip line, riflery, drama, crafts, petting zoo, wilderness skills, Bible studies, chapels, games and much more.
4 Month Positions: Assistant Director, program leads (oversee camp program development and implementation), unit leaders (provide support for camp staff and campers who require extra support), head wrangler, youth development program lead, secretary, maintenance, head cook, and assistant cook.
2 Month Positions (July and August): Cabin leaders, nurses, kitchen helpers, wranglers, climbing wall instructor, activity instructors, and dining hall host. Some people hired for these positions may be able to serve in May and June.
May 4 or June 15, 2020 (depending on position) until August 21, 2020.
Leadership Roles: $1000/month (minus CPP, UIC, and tax deductions) plus room and board. You also have the opportunity to raise an additional $1000/month through the support of your friends, family, and church.
Volunteer Positions (1 week – 2 months): All volunteers will receive room and board during their time at camp. Volunteers who commit to a minimum of 1 month will receive an honorarium of $1000/month.
For additional information about positions and how our camp runs, please visit www.hopemission.com/summercamp and check out the Staff Information Package.
Apply Online: https://hopemission.wufoo.com/forms/k1454lne18iidur/
Go To: www.hopemission.com/summercamp and click on the 2020 staff application form.
Contact Antonia De Boer for questions about the camps and position descriptions at email@example.com .
•Hope Mission is a Christian organization and we require our employees to be in agreement and sign the Hope Mission Statement of Faith
•Love for underprivileged kids
•Enjoyment of the outdoors
Job Start Date:May 4 or June 15, 2020
Job End Date:August 21, 2020
Application Requirements: Resume and Cover Letter
How to Apply: Online