Miscellaneous Job Postings
Note Lakeland College is not responsible for verifying all information provided by employers. The onus is on a student to check out each opportunity thoroughly before agreeing to the work or signing contracts of employment.
Want to check out an employer's reputation? Go to our online employment resources page, check the last drop down for research companies and use the links.
|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 - Friday, October 25, 2019 (10 am - 2:30 pm)
Volunteer Job Fair - Lloyd Campus - Wednesday, October 9, 2019 ( 11 am - 2 pm)
Volunteer Job Fair - Vermilion Campus - Thursday, October 10, 2019 (11 am - 2 pm)
Lakeland College Animal Health Career & Job Fair - Vermilion Campus - Friday, November 22, 2019 (Noon - 3 pm)
Lakeland College Business Job Fair - Lloydminster Campus - January 30, 2020 (11:30 am - 2 pm)
In-TAC (International Talent Acquisition Centre) - a non-profit for 40+ years that serves newcomers regarding their living and working in Canada.
In-TAC provides a national platform to connect job seekers with employment opportunities.
In-TAC is to host the 7th National Virtual Career Expo (VCE) on October 29th & 30th. It is the largest online job fair in Canada. In 6th VCE, we had invited 47 employers and economic development corporations across Canada, and there were 1800+ job openings spanning 90+ cities across Canada.
|Tutor - Deadline - Oct 30/19|
Job Location: Ottawa or Online
Position Type: part-time
Name: Arvin Talebi, Customer Success Representative
Address: 329 march road, ottawa, ontario k2k 2e1
Ph: 613 875 1433
TutorOcean is looking to hire Lakeland students as part-time tutors. Majority of tutoring sessions take place online as we are a global company, but in-person sessions are also possible.
Must be able to tutor in one subject (minimum).
Application Requirements: transcript
How to Apply: online
|Educational Ambassador - Deadline - Ongoing|
Ambassador Year in China: Educational Ambassador
Become TEFL certified, gain professional teaching experience, learn one of the world's most in-demand languages, and improve prospects for graduate school and future employment.
Ambassador Year in China (AYC) is a unique opportunity for recent college graduates to become Educational Ambassadors by spending a year teaching, learning, and making a difference in public schools across China. Participants experience the challenges and distinct rewards of being immersed in one of the world’s fastest-developing economic and cultural landscapes. Each week, twenty hours are spent teaching, ten hours are spent in the office or in support of students’ activities, and the remaining time is spent in collaborative or self-directed pursuits, such as language learning, exploration, and community engagement.
Ambright Education Group's Ambassador Year in China program (AYC) was officially launched in the autumn of 2012. The AYC program was created to echo the 100,000 Strong Initiative, an agreement reached between Chinese Chairman Hu Jintao and American President Barack Obama in 2009 that aimed to build ties between China and America. The goal was to send 100,000 young Americans to China to study and build a strong cultural relationship between the two countries. The goal was achieved in 2014.
So far AYC has seen more than 500 Educational Ambassadors come to China to teach in more than 200 Chinese public schools, which has benefited over a hundred million Chinese students. The program is dedicated to helping college graduates expand their horizons and enhance their careers by spending an academic year teaching, studying, and immersing themselves in cities across the People’s Republic of China. AYC is designed to give participants a chance to gain a deeper understanding of Chinese culture and to strengthen their professional skills while also teaching English language.
For more information visit: www.goayc.org
|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.
|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:
|Canada Border Services Agency and other FSWEP Summer Jobs - Deadline - Nov 25/19|
Canada Border Services Agency is the face of Canada when travellers visit, newcomers arrive, and residents return home. We stop guns, drugs and inadmissible people at our borders. We safeguard our economic prosperity by promoting fair trade and commerce. We protect our food safety, plant and animal health.
Our workforce is made up of 15,000 employees, including more than 7,700 uniformed officers who work at 1,174 points of service across Canada and in 37 international locations. The variety of work environments, day-to-day-duties, and opportunities to enforce laws and regulations that touch nearly every sector of Canadian society and what set us apart.
Our workplace is built on respect, integrity and service excellence. That\s why it's important that we hire people who share our core values, and are committed to the vital work we do.
Canada Border Services Agency
FSWEP eligibility criteria (https://www.canada.ca/en/public-service-commission/jobs/services/recruitment/students/federal-student-work-program.html)
Student Border Services Officers position and training (https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/job-emploi/student-etudiant/sbso-aesf-eng.html)
Information on Student Jobs in the Agency
Student Opportunities (FSWEP) – information also available on CBSA’s website
The CBSA is now accepting applications to the Student Border Services Officer job until November 25, 2019.
As a Student Border Services Officer (SBSO) you will work with Border Services Officers (BSOs) to determine the admissibility of people and goods to Canada.
SBSOs work at international airports and mail processing centres in 19 cities across Canada. They do not carry a duty firearm.
•British Columbia: Richmond, Abbotsford
•Alberta: Calgary, Edmonton
•Saskatchewan: Saskatoon, Regina
•Ontario: Mississauga, Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa
•Quebec: Québec City, Montréal, Dorval
•New Brunswick: Fredericton, Moncton
•Nova Scotia: Halifax
•Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown
•Newfoundland: St. John's
Most opportunities are full time from May to September 2020. Continued part-time employment may be possible in fall 2020 and winter 2021.
Hourly rates of pay
SBSOs are paid $15.40 to $33.58 per hour, depending on their current level of study. See Rates of Pay for Post-secondary School Students.
•full-time student registered at a recognized institution (CEGEP, college, university, etc.)
•be returning to full-time studies in the next academic term
•meet the minimum age requirement to work in the province or territory where the job is located
Preference may be given to students studying in a field related to the job, such as: criminology, law, safety/security studies, psychology, sociology, customs border services or police studies.
You must also be willing to:
•wear and maintain a uniform as per the CBSA's Uniform Policy and Standard of Appearance
•work various shifts, including weekends and holidays
•work overtime (as required)
•possess a valid driver’s license that allows you to operate a government vehicle (where required)
If you are considered for employment, we will arrange for you to get:
•a secret security clearance
•a transportation security clearance (where required)
•a medical clearance completed by a physician to confirm your physical ability to perform the duties and training required of an SBSO (where required)
•training to carry, use and maintain CBSA-issued defensive equipment (where required)
SBSOs receive a combination of classroom and online training, as well as on-the-job coaching and mentoring.
Control and Defensive Tactics (CDT) Training
A large portion of the training that most student border services officers will undergo involves physically demanding use of force training. The duration for this rigorous component of the training will be two full weeks in which student border services officers will learn the basics of defense and control tactics. The skills and techniques learned during this time are very physical and require the student border services officer to be prepared physically. As such, it is critical that student border services officers prepare themselves physically before they arrive at the training centre to ensure their best physical condition and readiness. This will help guard against training injuries and ensure you get the most out of the training. Successful completion of the Control and Defensive Tactics training component may be required prior to obtaining a letter of offer.
Student opportunities (non-uniformed/CO-OP/Internships) – information also available on CBSA’s website
We take pride in being one of the largest employers of students in the public service. Our students play an integral role in the delivery of our business in border management, science and technology, enabling services and strategic policy.
The students we hire are driven, dedicated and thrive in a dynamic environment. They are our future!
Interested in working for us? Here's what you need to know:
If you are registered in a post-secondary CO-OP/internship program, keep an eye out for student job postings on your school's CO-OP opportunities board or talk to your CO-OP office about reaching out to us to create a partnership.
The Agency also recruits students through the Federal Student Work Experience Program and the Indigenous Student Employment Opportunity program for full-time and part-time needs. Check out the jobs portal for on-going and targeted opportunities.
The steps to apply to FSWEP jobs are listed at: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/job-emploi/student-etudiant/sbso-aesf-eng.html