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Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 23, 2017
Part time
Ensuring safe and efficient operational procedures of lifts including start up and shut down procedures  Ensuring highest level of safety with respect to the load/unload area in that it is uncluttered and litter-free  Greeting guests in a friendly and welcoming manner  Providing physical assistance to guests when required  Establishing and maintaining all operational aspects of the assigned lift station; including line control, tools and signs  Maintaining housekeeping standards including load/unload areas and lift huts  Maintaining a high quality, friendly and cooperative relationship with mountain staff  Performing daily mountain clean up tasks including garbage picking, pathway sweeping and washroom maintenance Experience as a lift operator preferred  Possess excellent interpersonal skills Ability to provide excellent guest service  Ability to lift up to 40 lbs. Ability to work flexible schedule, 8-10 hour shifts in all weather conditions On-the-job training provided  *Full time seasonal employment through mid-October 2017, with the potential to continue through winter season* www.grousemountain.com/careers
Zipp Lash 515 Richmond Street, London, ON, Canada
Aug 23, 2017
Full time
Are you looking for a new career opportunity? • Great pay and hours. • Professional and positive environment. • In depth training program. APPLY TODAY! Please send your resume to hr@zipplash.com    Positions currently available in London, Hamilton, Kitchener and Windsor. Zipp Lash is Canada's best lash extension system since 2008. Founded by optician Jason Carruthers. Now expanding across Ontario. As seen on Dragons Den.
Kognitive Marketing Vaughan, ON, Canada
Aug 22, 2017
Full time
As a  Sales Associate , your role will specialize in garnering customer acquisition for one of our largest and longest lasting clients. This individual will be engaging customers within various retail based events in Ontario working both individually and within a team. The focus is to engage each customer in order too increase awareness and direct sales for our client’s products and services. To be successful in this role, this individual would be strong willed, confident and outgoing with a strong entrepreneurial spirit motivated by achieving and exceeding their goals. The ideal candidate will possess the following: Friendly, outgoing and contagious personality. Strong communication & interpersonal skills. Ability to think on your feet and actively problem solve. Works well individually and in teams. Self motivated and driven to be successful. Enjoys traveling around and meeting new people. What we provide: Permanent full-time employment. Great company culture with organic career growth opportunities. Hands on training and ongoing support from experience management. Ongoing events and promotions designed to attract new customers. Lucrative commission structure with minimum protection of $11.40 per hour, average earnings at $17.50 per hour. Hotel accommodations and all expenses covered by company including; kilometers and daily food per-diem's.  Opportunity to travel North, to less saturated markets with much higher earning potential.  Health benefits program after three months. Great for those looking to gain real industry experience in business, marketing or sales! Life skill acquired from this position will allow you to grow both personally and professionally. If you are interested in this role please forward your resume by email.
World Education Services Toronto, ON, Canada
Aug 22, 2017
Full time
Profile: To examine, authenticate and prepare client’s international academic credentials so that they may be recognized and evaluated by WES. Ensure that all documents meet WES’ documentation standards and that they are clear and legible after scanning.   ·         Experience /Education ·         Bachelor’s degree or equivalent ·         1-3 years’ experience in a relevant, high volume, document and process driven function  ·         Fluent in French language ·         Relevant experience in a high volume, document and process driven function ·         Computer, internet and database literate   Primary Duties and Responsibilities ·         Verify academic information entered by client and ensure that the information matches what is        reflected in the corresponding documents ·         Link document images to the appropriate institution and credential ·         Follow WES policies and procedures to produce accurate evaluations ·         Generate  appropriate correspondence  regarding evaluation and update client status  (e.g. DRs, VDRs, and evaluation reports) ·         Proof work and send to next phase of the process ·         Learn and adapt to changes introduced and disseminated by the Evaluation Governance Committee ·         Become familiar with the end-to-end Standard Evaluation Process and be aware of the importance of the Processor role and its related dependencies   Knowledge/Skills/Characteristics: ·         Good communications skills – oral and written ·         Team player ·         Recognizes the need for efficiency, accuracy and speed ·         Analytical, detailed and quality-oriented ·         Ability to work independently and as part of a team ·         Strong work ethic, responsible and accountable ·         Tolerance for repetitive work – process oriented ·         Committed to international education and the WES Mission ·         Foreign language skills desirable ·         Knowledge of International Education desirable    
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Canada
Aug 22, 2017
Full time
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada  The 19 Research Centres as well as research farms and sub-stations are located across Canada and include:  British Columbia: Summerland, Agassiz, Clearbrook Alberta: Lethbridge, Lacombe, Beaverlodge, Vauxhall  Saskatchewan: Swift Current, Indian Head, Saskatoon, Scott, Melfort, Outlook Manitoba: Brandon, Morden, Glenlea, Carberry Ontario: Ottawa, London, Guelph, Harrow, Vineland, Woodslee Québec: Sherbrooke (Lennoxville Sector), St. Hyacinthe, Québec, St. Jean-sur-Richelieu, Normandin, Lévis, L'Acadie, Sainte-Clotilde Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown, Harrington New Brunswick: Fredericton, Benton Nova Scotia: Kentville, Nappan Newfoundland: St. John's, Avondale  Full time temporary, permanent and seasonal positions may be available.  Salary will be based on the level of the position being staffed. Some positions may also include an additional supervisory differential. For more information, see link to TBS Rates of Pay below. For further information on the organization, please visit  Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada For more information about the Research Centres, please visit:  Science and Technology Branch - Research Centres For more information about the salary for GL positions, please visit:  TBS Rates of Pay - GL Group Closing date: N/A Who can apply:  Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.   Important messages When you apply to this selection process, you are not applying for a specific job, but to an inventory for future vacancies. As positions become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment. A complete 'Statement of Merit Criteria and Conditions of Employment' is not required for this inventory.  Should you be contacted for further consideration, the hiring manager will provide a copy of the complete 'Statement of Merit Criteria and Conditions of Employment' for the position being filled. You may be required at that time to provide additional information to be used for screening. Duties General Labourers (GL) at AAFC may work in a number of different areas, including, but not limited to: -Animal science -Crop science -Soil science -Environmental science -Food science -General maintenance -Pasture riders Under the supervision of the delegated manager the duties will include, but not limited to: Completing assigned tasks and following instructions related to area of hire whether it be field-based activities, greenhouse work, or handling and caring of livestock. These tasks may include driving, using and maintaining farm equipment, accurately collecting/entering data and implementing experimental designs as directed by the delegated manager and science team. Following standard operating procedures (SOPs) and adhering to organizational health and safety guidelines, procedures and directives are expected. Work environment The Science and Technology Branch (STB) is organized into three agriculture eco-regions to tailor delivery of national priorities to regional needs. Our science and technology transfer capacity is distributed across the country in an extensive network of research centres, farms, labs, and offices. For more information, please see the link above to Research Centres. Intent of the process This inventory may be used fill full-time temporary, permanent and seasonal General Labourer (GL) positions at various levels for locations across Canada. Positions to be filled:  Number to be determined Information you must provide Your résumé. You must meet all essential qualifications in order to be appointed to the position. Other qualifications may be a deciding factor in choosing the person to be appointed. Some essential and other qualifications will be assessed through your application. It is your responsibility to provide appropriate examples that illustrate how you meet each qualification. Failing to do so could result in your application being rejected. The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job) Various language requirements English essential French essential Bilingual - imperative Information on language requirements Only the education qualifications applicable to the position being staffed will be applied when referring applicants from the inventory. Not all positions will have an education requirement. You do not need to meet all of the qualifications to be in the inventory. High school diploma. Degree equivalency Only the experience qualifications applicable to the position being staffed will be applied when referring applicants from the inventory. You do not need to meet all of the qualifications to be in the inventory. Experience in the operation and maintenance of agricultural/farm related equipment. Experience working with crops. Experience working with livestock. Experience working in a greenhouse. Experience working in an orchard or vineyard. Experience working in an agricultural research setting. Experience in data collection and data entry. Experience in supervision. Experience working in a mechanical shop. Experience in groundskeeping. Experience in industrial building maintenance. Experience in checking, treating and moving cattle on horseback. The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job) Only the education qualifications applicable to the position being staffed will be applied when referring applicants from the inventory. You do not need to meet all of the qualifications to be in the inventory. Post-secondary education with studies related to the position being staffed. Degree equivalency Selection may be limited to members of the following Employment Equity groups: Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women Information on employment equity Organizational needs may be applied, depending on the position being staffed. Placement of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) employees affected by work force adjustment. Operational requirements may be applied, depending on the position being staffed. -Valid driver's license. -Valid Pesticide Applicators Certificate of Qualification (or equivalent). -Ability and willingness to work with chemicals and/or pesticides. -Ability and willingness to handle livestock. -Ability and willingness to work flexible hours. -Ability and willingness to work shiftwork. -Ability and willingness to work overtime including evenings and weekends. -Ability and willingness to perform physically demanding work including moderate to heavy manual labour requiring bending and lifting heavy objects (up to 20kg). -Ability and willingness to work in various environmental conditions including variable weather conditions. -Ability and willingness to work in the lab/field/greenhouse/abattoir or other area relevant to the position being filled. -Ability and willingness to undertake work-related training. -Ability and willingness to control allergies, through use of protective mask and/or medication, and they must not impinge on tasks to be performed. -Ability and willingness to be exposed to animal manure and other animal body fluids (such as rumen fluid, blood, urine, mucus, infections, semen and vaginal fluids). -Must supply a minimum of two (2) fully fit, sound, trained working horses and related tack and equipment. Conditions of employment Reliability Status security clearance Other information -Only on-line applications through the jobs.gc.ca website will be accepted. Applications submitted by email to the GL Inventory contact listed below will not be accepted.  -Persons with disabilities preventing them from applying on-line are asked to contact 1-800-645-5605. -When applying on-line applicants can: -create a profile and resume that can be used when applying for other processes without having to recreate a new application each time; -update their applications at any time;  -verify the status of their application at any time; -find important information related to the process. -If you have an enquiry about your 'Applicant Profile', please contact the Public Service Commission directly for assistance.  -There is a questionnaire that is part of this application process. Most questions are in a yes/no format, however, some will require additional details. Provide as much detail as possible to avoid being screened out. Do not copy and paste your resume when answering these questions. Your resume will be used for additional support for the answers you provide.  -If additional GL advertisements are posted, you must apply directly to those advertisements. Your application from this inventory is not transferrable. -Communication for this inventory will be sent via email. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure accurate contact information is provided and updated as required. Candidates who apply to this inventory should include an email address that accepts email from unknown users (some email systems block these types of email). -All AAFC Science and Technology Branch locations are listed but not all may have employment opportunities at this time. There is no advantage in applying to all locations. Please apply only to the location(s) in which you are interested. -Persons are entitled to participate in the appointment process in the official language of their choice. Applicants are asked to indicate their preferred official language in their application. -Assessment results for one position may be transferrable to other GL positions. It will be up to the hiring manager to determine if a new assessment is permitted for identical qualifications. How recent the assessment was completed will be taken into consideration. -All communication relating to this inventory, including email correspondence may be used in the assessment of qualifications. -Appointment decisions may be based on one or more of the following criteria: - Matching of the individual's experience or qualifications to the strengths and weaknesses of the work team; - Matching of the individual's experience or qualifications to the specific duties of the position being staffed; - Depth, breadth, type of work-specific experience; - Level/degree of one or more competencies/qualifications. -There will be a security screening process prior to being hired that will include a criminal record check (fingerprinting) and credit check. -The AAFC GL Inventory e-mail inbox is monitored on a weekly basis. The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes employment equity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily on their application if they are  a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group . The Public Service of Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity or testing, you should advise the Public Service Commission or the departmental official in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially. Preference Preference will be given to veterans and to Canadian citizens, in that order. Information on the preference to veterans We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Contact information Inventory AAFC.Inventory-Repertoire.AAC@AGR.GC.CA
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Canada
Aug 22, 2017
Full time
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada  The 19 Research Centres as well as research farms and sub-stations are located across Canada and include:  British Columbia: Summerland, Agassiz, Clearbrook Alberta: Lethbridge, Lacombe, Beaverlodge, Vauxhall  Saskatchewan: Swift Current, Indian Head, Saskatoon, Scott, Melfort, Outlook Manitoba: Brandon, Morden, Glenlea, Carberry Ontario: Ottawa, London, Guelph, Harrow, Vineland, Woodslee Québec: Sherbrooke (Lennoxville Sector), St. Hyacinthe, Québec, St. Jean-sur-Richelieu, Normandin, Lévis, L'Acadie, Sainte-Clotilde Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown, Harrington New Brunswick: Fredericton, Benton Nova Scotia: Kentville, Nappan Newfoundland: St. John's, Avondale  Full time temporary, permanent and seasonal positions may be available.  Salary will be based on the level of the position being staffed. Some positions may also include an additional supervisory differential. For more information, see link to TBS Rates of Pay below. For further information on the organization, please visit  Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada For more information about the Research Centres, please visit:  Science and Technology Branch - Research Centres For more information about the salary for GL positions, please visit:  TBS Rates of Pay - GL Group Closing date: N/A Who can apply:  Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.   Important messages When you apply to this selection process, you are not applying for a specific job, but to an inventory for future vacancies. As positions become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment. A complete 'Statement of Merit Criteria and Conditions of Employment' is not required for this inventory.  Should you be contacted for further consideration, the hiring manager will provide a copy of the complete 'Statement of Merit Criteria and Conditions of Employment' for the position being filled. You may be required at that time to provide additional information to be used for screening. Duties General Labourers (GL) at AAFC may work in a number of different areas, including, but not limited to: -Animal science -Crop science -Soil science -Environmental science -Food science -General maintenance -Pasture riders Under the supervision of the delegated manager the duties will include, but not limited to: Completing assigned tasks and following instructions related to area of hire whether it be field-based activities, greenhouse work, or handling and caring of livestock. These tasks may include driving, using and maintaining farm equipment, accurately collecting/entering data and implementing experimental designs as directed by the delegated manager and science team. Following standard operating procedures (SOPs) and adhering to organizational health and safety guidelines, procedures and directives are expected. Work environment The Science and Technology Branch (STB) is organized into three agriculture eco-regions to tailor delivery of national priorities to regional needs. Our science and technology transfer capacity is distributed across the country in an extensive network of research centres, farms, labs, and offices. For more information, please see the link above to Research Centres. Intent of the process This inventory may be used fill full-time temporary, permanent and seasonal General Labourer (GL) positions at various levels for locations across Canada. Positions to be filled:  Number to be determined Information you must provide Your résumé. You must meet all essential qualifications in order to be appointed to the position. Other qualifications may be a deciding factor in choosing the person to be appointed. Some essential and other qualifications will be assessed through your application. It is your responsibility to provide appropriate examples that illustrate how you meet each qualification. Failing to do so could result in your application being rejected. The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job) Various language requirements English essential French essential Bilingual - imperative Information on language requirements Only the education qualifications applicable to the position being staffed will be applied when referring applicants from the inventory. Not all positions will have an education requirement. You do not need to meet all of the qualifications to be in the inventory. High school diploma. Degree equivalency Only the experience qualifications applicable to the position being staffed will be applied when referring applicants from the inventory. You do not need to meet all of the qualifications to be in the inventory. Experience in the operation and maintenance of agricultural/farm related equipment. Experience working with crops. Experience working with livestock. Experience working in a greenhouse. Experience working in an orchard or vineyard. Experience working in an agricultural research setting. Experience in data collection and data entry. Experience in supervision. Experience working in a mechanical shop. Experience in groundskeeping. Experience in industrial building maintenance. Experience in checking, treating and moving cattle on horseback. The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job) Only the education qualifications applicable to the position being staffed will be applied when referring applicants from the inventory. You do not need to meet all of the qualifications to be in the inventory. Post-secondary education with studies related to the position being staffed. Degree equivalency Selection may be limited to members of the following Employment Equity groups: Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women Information on employment equity Organizational needs may be applied, depending on the position being staffed. Placement of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) employees affected by work force adjustment. Operational requirements may be applied, depending on the position being staffed. -Valid driver's license. -Valid Pesticide Applicators Certificate of Qualification (or equivalent). -Ability and willingness to work with chemicals and/or pesticides. -Ability and willingness to handle livestock. -Ability and willingness to work flexible hours. -Ability and willingness to work shiftwork. -Ability and willingness to work overtime including evenings and weekends. -Ability and willingness to perform physically demanding work including moderate to heavy manual labour requiring bending and lifting heavy objects (up to 20kg). -Ability and willingness to work in various environmental conditions including variable weather conditions. -Ability and willingness to work in the lab/field/greenhouse/abattoir or other area relevant to the position being filled. -Ability and willingness to undertake work-related training. -Ability and willingness to control allergies, through use of protective mask and/or medication, and they must not impinge on tasks to be performed. -Ability and willingness to be exposed to animal manure and other animal body fluids (such as rumen fluid, blood, urine, mucus, infections, semen and vaginal fluids). -Must supply a minimum of two (2) fully fit, sound, trained working horses and related tack and equipment. Conditions of employment Reliability Status security clearance Other information -Only on-line applications through the jobs.gc.ca website will be accepted. Applications submitted by email to the GL Inventory contact listed below will not be accepted.  -Persons with disabilities preventing them from applying on-line are asked to contact 1-800-645-5605. -When applying on-line applicants can: -create a profile and resume that can be used when applying for other processes without having to recreate a new application each time; -update their applications at any time;  -verify the status of their application at any time; -find important information related to the process. -If you have an enquiry about your 'Applicant Profile', please contact the Public Service Commission directly for assistance.  -There is a questionnaire that is part of this application process. Most questions are in a yes/no format, however, some will require additional details. Provide as much detail as possible to avoid being screened out. Do not copy and paste your resume when answering these questions. Your resume will be used for additional support for the answers you provide.  -If additional GL advertisements are posted, you must apply directly to those advertisements. Your application from this inventory is not transferrable. -Communication for this inventory will be sent via email. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure accurate contact information is provided and updated as required. Candidates who apply to this inventory should include an email address that accepts email from unknown users (some email systems block these types of email). -All AAFC Science and Technology Branch locations are listed but not all may have employment opportunities at this time. There is no advantage in applying to all locations. Please apply only to the location(s) in which you are interested. -Persons are entitled to participate in the appointment process in the official language of their choice. Applicants are asked to indicate their preferred official language in their application. -Assessment results for one position may be transferrable to other GL positions. It will be up to the hiring manager to determine if a new assessment is permitted for identical qualifications. How recent the assessment was completed will be taken into consideration. -All communication relating to this inventory, including email correspondence may be used in the assessment of qualifications. -Appointment decisions may be based on one or more of the following criteria: - Matching of the individual's experience or qualifications to the strengths and weaknesses of the work team; - Matching of the individual's experience or qualifications to the specific duties of the position being staffed; - Depth, breadth, type of work-specific experience; - Level/degree of one or more competencies/qualifications. -There will be a security screening process prior to being hired that will include a criminal record check (fingerprinting) and credit check. -The AAFC GL Inventory e-mail inbox is monitored on a weekly basis. The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes employment equity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily on their application if they are  a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group . The Public Service of Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity or testing, you should advise the Public Service Commission or the departmental official in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially. Preference Preference will be given to veterans and to Canadian citizens, in that order. Information on the preference to veterans We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Contact information Inventory AAFC.Inventory-Repertoire.AAC@AGR.GC.CA
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada BC, Canada
Aug 22, 2017
Full time
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada - Science and Technology Branch  Summerland (British Columbia)  EG-05  Indeterminate employment, full-time  $61,421 to $74,728 (Salary under review) For further information on the organization, please visit  Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Discover the interesting work we do at  Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada Videos Closing date: 23 August 2017 - 23:59, Pacific Time Who can apply:  Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad. Important messages Candidates must apply online, as there is a screening questionnaire that needs to be completed. Application sent by email will not be accepted. Thank you. Duties Contributes to the development of scientifically sound sampling strategies and obtains plant and soil samples from experimental plots and agricultural soils in southern BC. Extracts and identifies nematodes (primarily) and other micro- and meso-fauna from soil samples, and collects and summarizes data on their abundances. Contributes to the development of new approaches and molecular tools for nematode identification. Performs analyses of general soil physical and biological/biochemical properties (e.g. organic matter fractions, microbial biomass, enzyme activities, water content, bulk densities). Maintains cultures of plant-parasitic nematodes and prepares inoculum for experimental uses. Contributes to the design and maintenance of experimental plots in orchards, vineyards and berry fields, including deployment of data-loggers for monitoring the soil microenvironment. Maintains records of field activities and soil samples analyzed in the laboratory. Contributes to initial statistical analyses of data and the preparation of graphics and drafts of reports and scientific manuscripts. Work environment As one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, AAFC is proud to celebrate our achievement in creating a diverse, respectful, and positive workplace where all employees are valued and recognized for their unique qualities, ideas, voices and perspectives. Intent of the process One (1) indeterminate full-time position. A pool of qualified candidates may be established and may be used for similar permanent and temporary employment for the location indicated for this process. Positions to be filled:  1 Information you must provide Your résumé. Contact information for 2 references.  You must meet all essential qualifications in order to be appointed to the position. Other qualifications may be a deciding factor in choosing the person to be appointed. Some essential and other qualifications will be assessed through your application. It is your responsibility to provide appropriate examples that illustrate how you meet each qualification. Failing to do so could result in your application being rejected. In order to be considered, your application must clearly explain how you meet the following (essential qualifications) Graduation with a Bachelor of Science degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in biology/ecology, microbiology, environmental science, soil science, crop science or other relevant discipline. IMPORTANT NOTE: Please be advised that if you were educated outside of Canada, you must have your certificates and/or diplomas assessed against Canadian education standards. You are encouraged to begin this process as soon as possible. Please click the link below for more details. Degree equivalency Experience conducting field-level research on crop responses to variable soil properties or experimental soil and water management practices.  Experience with analyses of soil biological/biochemical properties.  Experience with laboratory techniques used for the study of populations of soil micro- or meso-fauna (e.g. extraction methods, preparation of samples for microscopy). The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job) English essential Information on language requirements Knowledge of rhizosphere soil ecology.  Knowledge of the biology of major groups of plant parasitic nematodes, and morphological and molecular approaches used for their identification. Knowledge of methods for assessing responses of crop plants and associated parasites to experimental soil and water management practices.  Knowledge of in-situ/field and laboratory methods for analyses of basic soil physical and bio-chemical properties.  Knowledge of statistics and experimental design. Planning and Organizing  Initiative Interactive Communication Problem Solving  Teamwork Adaptability The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job) M.Sc. degree from a recognized post-secondary institution with specialization in a field relevant to the position, such as microbial ecology, environmental microbiology, plant pathology or soil science. Post-secondary studies in microbial ecology, environmental microbiology, plant pathology and/or soil microbiology. Degree equivalency Experience writing scientific literature including abstracts, project reports, theses and peer-reviewed papers. Experience with handling and summarizing large sets of data (e.g. from environmental data-loggers) using  Excel or similar data management software. Experience with WinRhizo suite of software for analyses root systems.  Experience managing student assistants. Ability to search and comprehend scientific literature (e.g. research project reports, peer-reviewed papers) in order to identify, adopt and/or adapt new analytical approaches and methods. Selection may be limited to members of the following Employment Equity groups: Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women Information on employment equity Conditions of employment Reliability Status security clearance Valid driver’s license. With appropriate safety precautions in place, able and willing to work in laboratory, greenhouse and field conditions. Under normal safety precautions, able and willing to work with hazardous materials. Ability and willingness to travel for field work. Ability and willingness to work overtime. Ability and willingness to work outdoors, in inclement and/or variable conditions. Ability and willingness to lift materials up to 15 kg. Under accepted restrictions for re-entry, ability and willingness to work in pesticide-treated fields. Ability and willingness to work at a microscope for extended periods (e.g. > 2 hr in a given day). Other information Applications submitted by email will not be accepted. You must apply on-line through www.jobs.gc.ca. Persons with disabilities preventing them from applying on-line are asked to contact 1-800-645-5605. Persons are entitled to participate in the appointment process in the official language of their choice. Applicants are asked to indicate their preferred official language in their application. Communication for this process will be sent via email. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure accurate contact information is provided and updated as required. Candidates who apply to this selection process should include an email address that accepts email from unknown users (some email systems block these types of email). All communication relating to this process, including email correspondence, may be used in the assessment of qualifications. Appointment decisions may be based on one or more of the following criteria: - Matching of the individual's experience or qualifications to the strengths and weaknesses of the work team. - Matching of the individual's experience or qualifications to the specific duties of the position being staffed. - Depth, breadth, type of work-specific experience. - Level/degree of one or more competencies/qualifications. The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes employment equity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily on their application if they are  a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group . The Public Service of Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity or testing, you should advise the Public Service Commission or the departmental official in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially. Preference Preference will be given to veterans and to Canadian citizens, in that order. Information on the preference to veterans We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Contact information Julie Bourque - Human Resources Coordinator julie.bourque3@canada.ca
Harris Global Enterprise 3979 Chesswood drive
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
We are a leading advertising and marketing company looking for 15 enthusiastic individuals to fill Customer Service Representative roles to work on behalf of our internationally known clients. WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE, WE WILL PROVIDE TRAINING!  We offer:  **Full Paid Training  **Hourly Pay, NO COMMISSION **Weekly Pay  **Benefits  **Advancement Opportunities **Scholarship Opportunities To Apply: Email us at admin@harrisglobalenterprise.com and submit your resume ATTN: Cheryl to qualify for a preliminary interview today!    -Only chosen applicants will be secured a timeslot with our management team. **More Positions Available**  _____________________________________________________________________________
Harris Global Enterprise 3979 Chesswood Drive, North York, ON, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Our company is looking for smart, fun and dynamic people to join our growing team.  We know that to remain competitive, we have to offer a rewarding work experience, competitive compensation, benefits, and a flexible environment conductive to growth. We are looking for people like you!   What we are looking for: - Solid work ethic with the ability to handle multiple tasks/priorities - Team player - Ability to work in a fast-paced environment - Friendly, energetic, goal-oriented and success driven -Must be 18 + **Applicants must be legally permitted to work in Canada** So what are you waiting for? APPLY TODAY!   To Apply: Email us at admin@harrisglobalenterprise.com and submit your resume ATTN: Cheryl to qualify for a preliminary interview today! 
Harris Global Enterprise 3979 Chesswood Drive
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
FULL TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS NEEDED TO START ASAP   We just added ANOTHER client to our portfolio!   We are looking for enthusiastic, charismatic, motivated & competitive individuals to fill customer service roles to work on behalf of our internationally known clients.    Hours are Monday to Friday 12:30pm-9:30pm. (Full time applicants are given priority).   WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE, WE WILL PROVIDE TRAINING!   We offer: **40 Hours a week  **Fully Paid Training  **Hourly Pay, NOT COMMISSION  **Weekly Pay up to $25/hr  **Benefits  **Advancement Opportunities  **Scholarship Opportunities   You must be 18 or older to apply for this position; ideally we look for great customer service skills and the ability to connect well and create a good first impression. People skills are an absolute must!   To Apply: Email us at admin@harrisglobalenterprise.com and submit your resume ATTN: Cheryl to qualify for a preliminary interview today!   
Mr George Holmes British Columbia, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Greetings.. 2A Neville Rd, London E7 9QX, UK. I Am Mr George Holmes From United Kingdom , I Am a British Citizen And We Are Looking To Hire a Responsible And God Fearing Workers In Our Home Who Is Willing To Take Care Of My Daughter Mary Age ( 5-years Old ). Available Jobs. Caregiver House Keeper Chef Driver Education Completion of high school Experience 1 year to less than 2 years Work Setting Employer’s home ( Full Time ). Salary: 2,000pounds ( monthly). Transportation/Travel Information Willing to travel: employer will shoulder 50% Of travel expenses Benefits. Feeding And Accommodation Is Free. Essential Skills Reading text; Writing; Communication; Problem solving; Critical thinking; Job task planning and organizing; Finding information Employer Details Employer: George Holmes How to Apply By e-mail: Georgeholmes27@yahoo.com , Georgeholmes469@gmail.com Or Call +447031809790.
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Free Groomer - Full Time Seasonal position that will require weekend work and include graveyard shifts. Seasonal. Responsible For: The experienced and safe operation of the grooming machines in the following applications:  Free Grooming of downhill ski runs  Assisting with grooming and maintaining of four Terrain Parks  Road building  Lift Ramps  Staging and crowd control area building and maintenance  Snow removal around all buildings and areas  Groom snowshoe trails  Filling out maintenance and operational logs Regular Cleaning and some maintenance of snow cats Special event preparation: i.e. races, snowboard events, snow sculptures  Maintain sleigh route  Work closely with snowmaking department to maintain proper snowpack on our runs Qualifications:  Two year grooming experience   Avid snowboarder or skier who rides/skis terrain parks regularly and is at a high level Previous snowmaking experience an asset  Experience operating heavy duty machinery an asset  Must be able to work unsupervised and co-operate with others  Must be dependable and in good physical condition and able to work in adverse environmental conditions   List of Benefits available - https://www.grousemountain.com/careers/about/benefits-and-privileges  www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Part time
Full & Part time positions available -Starbucks, Grouse Grind Coffee Bar, & Lupins Cafe Develops enthusiastically satisfied customers all of the time; Welcomes and connects with every customer to provide excellent customer service ; Discovers customer needs and appropriately suggests product with every customer to enhance service and meet sales goals; Assists customers in the selection and purchase of specialty coffee beverages and whole bean sales; Responds to customers needs and says thank you to every customer; Maintains customer service area and equipment in a clean and appealing manner; Demonstrates “just say yes” behavior when taking care of customer needs; Maintains quality store operations; Prepares a variety of customer beverage orders such as espresso drinks and "Coffee of the Week" to Starbucks standards; Follows store policies and procedures for operational flow at each station; Performs cleaning tasks in accordance with the Duty Rosters and cleaning standards and works as a store team player; Presents oneself professionally and demonstrates clear communication by using Star Skills with all customer and partner interactions Follows standards for merchandising, stocking, rotating and storing all products; Performs equipment maintenance in accordance with preventive maintenance checklist; Follows cash handling and register policies; Follows inventory stocking and recording guidelines; Takes responsibility to learn all aspects of the Barista position; Learns and demonstrates creating the Starbucks experience; Learns and demonstrates all performance standards by completing "Initial Store Training" and passing barista certification with a score of 90% or better. Training will be provided. Qualifications: Previous experience in the food service industry preferred Excellent customer service skills Available to work weekdays, weekends, and evenings Successful candidate must complete a criminal record check once offered the position, before start date (19 years of age or over). Grouse Mountain will assist you with the process. www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Seasonal
You’re an expert skier who has experienced most every type of terrain out there, so you know that a good run relies on safe conditions. While you always promote a fun atmosphere, you know that safety is essential in a high volume mountain environment. You love being the expert able to speak to mountain conditions. You are comfortable with the authority that comes with monitoring and managing ski runs. A clear and confident communicator, you are capable of rallying both staff and guests alike, educating them on the components of the Alpine Responsibility Code. Whether it be an evacuation or a first aid emergency, you handle every task with a calm and optimistic approach.  You are eager for the chance to create and promote a good safety culture. You have all requisite qualifications of Occupational First Aid Level 3 or Outdoor Emergency Care training, CPR  level ‘C’, and avalanche awareness training.  Ideally, you have previous experience patrolling, mountaineering, rock climbing and/or with backcountry travel, rope rescue or rope access, operating snowmobiles, and with public relations/customer service. Your Work Safe BC Blasting Ticket, CAA Avalanche Level 1 Certification and knowledge of advanced protocols such as AED, Entenox, Sager, Epi-pen, Salbutamol, and Nitroglycerin administration are assets to the job.  Reporting morning weather observations Avalanche control and education Placing and maintaining all Alpine and Snowshoe Park signage Providing first aid for injured guests or staff Opening and closing of ski runs Resetting of hill fencing, rope lines, tower pads, signage and line control Handling Emergency Procedures as required Handling “Risk Management” initiatives Handling Chair Evacuation and Self Evacuation procedures Educating staff and guests to the components of the Alpine Responsibility Code Acting as a safety resource for all staff from all other departments and assisting where required in creating good safety culture at Grouse Mountain Resorts Ltd. Minimum Requirements: Occupational First Aid Level 3 or Outdoor Emergency Care training CPR level ‘C’ Avalanche awareness training Expert skiing ability in all terrain and conditions. Preferred Qualifications: Previous patrol experience, mountaineering, rock climbing and/or backcountry travel experience, rope rescue or rope access experience, experience operating snowmobiles,Worksafe BC Blasting ticket, experience with public relations/customer service. CAA Avalanche Level 1,  CertificationAdvanced protocols such as AED, Entenox, Sager, Epi-pen, Salbutamol, Nitroglycerin administration preferred. If 19 years of age or older, the successful candidate is required to provide results of a clear background check valid within six months of the hire date before starting work. Grouse Mountain will assist with this process if the applicant does not have a valid background check.  www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Seasonal
You love people, you love skiing or snowboarding, and you love knowing that you can make a guest's day on the mountain amazing simply by teaching them a sport you enjoy. You smile when your student gets down the hill without falling and are excited to come up with new games and drills to encourage skill improvement. Your naturally friendly, outgoing, positive demeanor is reflected in your interaction with guests and coworkers alike.     You are excited to work in an environment that is ever changing, where professionalism is paired with fun and friendship, and where safety is a recognized necessity. You`re constantly seeking to build your knowledge in on-mountain recreation and understand that you are a vital part of cultivating a love for, and participation in, skiing and riding. Ideally you have your Level 1 C.S.I.A. or international equivalent and a minimum 1 year experience in snow school instructing. As a Ski/Snowboard Instructor you will be focused on but not limited to: Teaching skiing/Snowboarding in a fun and safe manner to students of all ages Assisting students to achieve their goal of improvement Providing feedback to students or to students’ parents in regards to progress made in the lesson and what to work on next Being fully informed of all Snow School programs and other Grouse Mountain products and services Researching new teaching methods Going out of your way to assist all guests, being courteous, friendly and informative, ensuring the ultimate customer service experience on the mountain Answering guest inquiries and resolving problems quickly and effectively Attending pre-season orientations and instructor training sessions as scheduled Performing daily student check-in, shoveling and clean up duties as may be periodically assigned and requested. $12.65 - $21.00 (starting) depending on certification and experience (to be reviewed). We offer assistance towards C.S.I.A & C.A.S.I tuition. Qualifications: Minimum Level 1 Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance (C.S.I.A) or Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors (C.A.S.I) or approved international equivalent required Candidates possessing dual certification will be given preference Previous snow school instructing experience preferred by not necessary Customer service experience preferred Excellent communication and organizational skills required Friendly, confidant, outgoing customer service attitude required Excellent verbal and written communication skills required Excellent time management and organization skills required Strong team player Available to work five days a week, including evenings, weekends & holidays If 19 yrs. of age or older the successful applicant is required to provide results of a clear background check valid within six months of the hire date before starting work. Grouse Mountain will assist with this process if the applicant does not have a valid background check Please be sure to submit a cover letter in the online application outlining why you think you would be well suited to join our team this winter. We welcome instructors from all over the world and hope you will join us for a season.   If you are applying from overseas   please attach the following documentation to your application in the attachments section: 1.  Your membership card from your issuing instructor certification organization 2.  Your work permit or confirmation of approval 3.  A copy of the police check issued for your work permit If you do not have this documentation at the time of your application, please apply anyway. You can attach further documentation to your applicant profile at any time.  www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Part time
Representing the Observatory management during the absence of the manager, serves on other nights.  Ensuring all aspects of the guest experience are delivered according to expected standards.  Managing proper staffing levels depending on business volume.  Ensuring sufficient inventory for all non food items.  Ensuring open communication with Executive Chef and Chef de Cuisine  Up-selling products.  Inspecting dining room service for cleanliness, general appearance and readiness.  Creating maintenance requests and monitors completion.  Monitoring current trends in the industry and provides input into menus and features.  Managing daily reservations to maximize room capacities and revenue.  Providing leadership and support for front-line service staff.  Performing administrative duties such as, but not limited to, inventory, processing payroll, etc.  All elements of wine service and sales while on the floor Qualifications: Successful completion of secondary school  Minimum of two (2) years fine dining experience.  Supervisory experience preferred.  Good knowledge of global wine regions including B.C. wines.  Serving It Right certification required.  Food Safe certification desired.  Background check required for successful candidate. www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
You are naturally warm and friendly, making people feel immediately welcome and important. From a warm greeting, to an explanation of Grouse Mountain geography and history, to an activity suggestion, to a narration of points of interest viewable from the Skyride, you keenly observe your guests to match their particular expectations. You set the tone for a guest’s experience with a positive energy so that even when things are busy, you are always calm, upbeat and resourceful.  You are a clear and confident communicator capable of rallying both staff and guests alike through your charismatic authority.    While creating a fun atmosphere is a priority, you realize that safety always comes first and protocols must be followed diligently. You are always aware of your surroundings, and are quick to problem-solve and react when needed. Your ability to work at heights and in close quarters, independently and in a team are considered assets.    Job Responsibilities: Maintaining safe and efficient operation of the Grouse Mountain Skyride system   Providing excellent customer service to all guests   Welcoming and informing guests of daily activities and upcoming events through a brief narration about Grouse Mountain history, geography, and points of interest viewable from the Skyride   Logging detailed Skyride traffic statistics and relaying the information to appropriate personnel   Checking and scanning tickets and/or passes before boarding the Skyride   Maintaining housekeeping standards for Grouse Mountain Base area and Skyride terminals as well as all surrounding grounds and buildings Qualifications: Possess excellent customer service skills  Ability to communicate orally in public with a clear and audible speaking voice  Ability to address large groups of guests  Ability to work on Skyride at heights  Ability to react quickly; good judgment  Ability to work independently as well as within a team www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Full time permanent position Responsibilities: Washing of all chinaware, glass ware, dishes, platters, basket, flat ware, cooking ware, kitchen utensils, Thermos containers, etc. Cleaning floor of the kitchen and all walk in refrigerators. General cleaning of the kitchen and contributing to general state of hygiene in kitchen as per Provincial standards. Communicating any failure or malfunction of washing, cleaning and sanitizing equipment to Chef de Partie, Sous-chef or Chef. Basic preparations, peeling, cutting and transformation of raw vegetables, fruits. Displaying a sense of ownership in their work. Maintaining a professional conduct and etiquette. Qualifications: Previous dishwashing experience an asset Food Safe certificate an asset Possess good health and safety habits Must be personable and friendly High energy and strong work ethic Consistent access to vehicle or have own transportation is a strong asset www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Full-time permanent position You are proud to call yourself a Cook. You have culinary training under your belt and you want to start to grow within the industry – learning from seasoned cooks. You can turn out consistent food according to recipe standards, mindful of ticket times and plating standards. With your precise knife skills and knowledge of a variety of cooking methods you are able to transform raw materials into beautiful dishes. You are unflappable, maintaining a pristinely clean work area and can-do attitude even when the kitchen is operating at full capacity.    You have experience in the culinary field and Food Safe certification. You have all requisite qualifications of a secondary school education, excellent customer service skills and the completion of either culinary training or several years of commercial cooking experience.   Tertiary food production, basic food preparation, preparing cuts and transformation of raw vegetable, fruits, poultry, meats and fish  Cooking of basic ingredients using simple cooking methods; sautéing, grilling, frying, roasting, and preparation of basic dough to create pastries, cakes and baked goods  Hot and cold line cooking in Bistro restaurant, assisting in other departments when required  Collaborating in more intricate preparations which are done by 1st Cooks and Chef de Parties in their respective area in a timely and cost effective manner  Second Cook Wage: starting at $15.00 plus benefit package after three month probation Qualifications: Completion of secondary school required Completion of recent culinary training or several years of commercial cooking experience required Food Safe Certificate required Possess excellent customer service skills Ability to prepare food using traditional cooking methods Ability to work independently or as part of a team Ability to follow established recipes and guidelines www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort 6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Full-time permanent position Secondary food production, preparation, cuts and transformation of all raw products, cooking of all ingredients, all cooking methods; sautéing, grilling, roasting, frying, baking, poaching, steaming, stewing, braising, smoking etc. Sauce and soup making, more elaborate pastries, basic chocolate work, hot and cold line cooking in fine dining restaurant  Maintaining a standard of food quality in accordance to the guide line provided by the Sous-Chefs and Chef  Providing professional guidance and training to lower ranking fellow workers  Maintaining order and rotation of food in main kitchen refrigerators and dry storages Qualifications: Completion of secondary school is preferred  Must have one of the following three completed:   - Completion of a three-year apprenticeship program for cooks  - Completion of college or other program in cooking   - Several years of commercial cooking experience are required.•Proficient knowledge of food safety   Food Safe certificate required   WHMIS required   Possess excellent customer service skills   Ability to train personnel   Ability to work under minimal supervision   High energy and strong work ethic www.grousemountain.com/careers
Grouse Mountain Resort North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Full time permanent position Reporting to the Lupins Sous Chef: Assists the Lupins Sous Chef with ordering and maintaining food safety, food quality, fridge organization, and all kitchen standards set by Executive Chef  Gives direction to staff and guides the food production to ensure timely and cost effective production   Ensures a smooth operation of the Lupins kitchen and assists by covering other stations during service and preparation time  Prepares food including butchering of raw products, cooking of all dishes and uses a variety of cooking methods i.e. sautéing, grilling, roasting, frying,   baking, steaming, braising, smoking, Sous Vide, candying, etc.  Ensures staff follow company procedures  Assists with menu development and execution  Follows up on day to day operations      Compensation: competitive hourly wage range of $19.35 - $21.65 with an extensive health benefit package and many company perks. Qualifications: Red Seal in Cooking or working towards apprenticeship, an asset  Food Safe certificate Level I required 3-5 years’ experience in professional cooking required Experience supervising culinary staff preferred Ability to communicate well orally and in writing in English  Ability to train others in food preparation Strong leadership skills Positive attitude, personable and friendly High energy, career driven and strong work ethic www.grousemountain.com/careers
R Spa Markham, ON, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Candidates will perform facial treatments, body treatments and waxing after 2 months training.
ISANS Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
ISANS is seeking a substitute Early Childhood Educator to replace professional ECE Educators when needed in order to provide quality care for newcomer children aged 6 months to 5 years in the ISANS Child Learning Centre. Duties and Responsibilities Answering to the Manager, Community Language & Skills, the Early Childhood Educator will: Deliver culturally and age appropriate programming for newcomer children Provide information and support to parents daily  Ensure the safety of the children in the centre Maintain the upkeep of the toys, equipment and the centre in general Other duties as required to ensure smooth operation of the centre. Required Skills & Qualifications : The ideal candidate for this position will have the following: Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 5 (minimum) Availability at very short notice Flexibility Current First Aid training an asset  Cross-Cultural experience  Minimum 1 year experience as Early Childhood Educator Appropriate security and health checks Education: 1 or 2 year ECE Diploma or student studying for the qualification Anticipated Start Date : As soon as possible To apply: E mail your resume and cover letter merged into one document to HR Assistant by email stating in subject line the position you are applying for. We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
UniFirst Canada Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Skills & Traits What makes a successful Outside Sales Representative at UniFirst? Check out the traits we're looking for and see if you have what it takes. Ethical 10    Thick-skinned 10    Persuasive 9    Competitive 10    Assertive 10    Optimistic   Confident   Self-Disciplined   Coachable   Hardworking “After working for UniFirst for more than 10 years, I can honestly say that UniFirst is the BEST “family oriented” company out there! I’ve been able to earn President’s Club Achiever status and have also received a promotion from Sales Representative to Sales Manager, and then to Regional Sales Manager. Financially, I’ve been able to increase my annual earnings by almost 20% year over year, all with lots of help from our great support staff. I’ve always said that I will be a UniFirst Team Partner for life. If you are highly motivated individual who wants a career with a great company that has a strong culture – this is the place to do it!” Leslie L.UniFirst Regional Sales Manager
UniFirst Canada Pickering, ON, Canada
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Skills & Traits What makes a successful Outside Sales Representative at UniFirst? Check out the traits we're looking for and see if you have what it takes. Ethical 10   Thick-skinned 10   Persuasive 9   Competitive 10   Assertive 10   Optimistic   Confident   Self-Disciplined   Coachable   Hardworking “After working for UniFirst for more than 10 years, I can honestly say that UniFirst is the BEST “family oriented” company out there! I’ve been able to earn President’s Club Achiever status and have also received a promotion from Sales Representative to Sales Manager, and then to Regional Sales Manager. Financially, I’ve been able to increase my annual earnings by almost 20% year over year, all with lots of help from our great support staff. I’ve always said that I will be a UniFirst Team Partner for life. If you are highly motivated individual who wants a career with a great company that has a strong culture – this is the place to do it!” Leslie L.UniFirst Regional Sales Manager
Thomas Solutions Hamilton, ON, Canada and Niagara Region, ON
Aug 21, 2017
Full time
Thomas Solutions is looking for an AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Where:  70 Beach Road, Hamilton, Ontario   We are expanding and are seeking an AZ driver with Heavy equipment knowledge to join our Team! AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Knowledge Required : Operating tractor trailer equipment (Automatic or Manual) safely by adhering to all safety requirements Perform inspections of mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment of tractor trailer unit before, during, and after trips, including gauges, lighting and electrical systems, and visual checks of potential water, oil, fuel and air leaks Connect and disconnect semi-trailer hoses Completing all applicable paperwork. Maintain up-to-date Driver Log throughout the duration of each shift. Responsible for communicating with Dispatch. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with customers and co-workers in a professional manner Be able to perform physical work at times (lifting in excess of 50lbs) Observing and complying with rules and regulations of the Ministry of Transportation and the Highway Traffic Act Position Requirements: Valid A/Z driver’s license  Verifiable tractor trailer driving experience No driving related criminal code convictions in the previous 36 months Excellent communication skills Must have excellent safety and compliance record Must have excellent driving skills Flexibility to accommodate different start times Ability to operate other heavy/large equipment as required Willing to learn other functions as it pertains to Heavy equipment High school graduation diploma or G.E.D. certificate required   We offer: Competitive Wages Benefits, including: Health & Dental Criminal Background check When applying, please include with your resume your CVOR and Driver's Abstract. Job Type: Full-time Required experience: AZ tractor trailer   Thomas Solutions is looking for an AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Where:  70 Beach Road, Hamilton, Ontario   We are expanding and are seeking an AZ driver with Heavy equipment knowledge to join our Team! AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Knowledge Required : Operating tractor trailer equipment (Automatic or Manual) safely by adhering to all safety requirements Perform inspections of mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment of tractor trailer unit before, during, and after trips, including gauges, lighting and electrical systems, and visual checks of potential water, oil, fuel and air leaks Connect and disconnect semi-trailer hoses Completing all applicable paperwork. Maintain up-to-date Driver Log throughout the duration of each shift. Responsible for communicating with Dispatch. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with customers and co-workers in a professional manner Be able to perform physical work at times (lifting in excess of 50lbs) Observing and complying with rules and regulations of the Ministry of Transportation and the Highway Traffic Act Position Requirements: Valid A/Z driver’s license  Verifiable tractor trailer driving experience No driving related criminal code convictions in the previous 36 months Excellent communication skills Must have excellent safety and compliance record Must have excellent driving skills Flexibility to accommodate different start times Ability to operate other heavy/large equipment as required Willing to learn other functions as it pertains to Heavy equipment High school graduation diploma or G.E.D. certificate required   We offer: Competitive Wages Benefits, including: Health & Dental Criminal Background check When applying, please include with your resume your CVOR and Driver's Abstract. Job Type: Full-time Required experience: AZ tractor trailer   Thomas Solutions is looking for an AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Where:  70 Beach Road, Hamilton, Ontario   We are expanding and are seeking an AZ driver with Heavy equipment knowledge to join our Team! AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Knowledge Required : Operating tractor trailer equipment (Automatic or Manual) safely by adhering to all safety requirements Perform inspections of mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment of tractor trailer unit before, during, and after trips, including gauges, lighting and electrical systems, and visual checks of potential water, oil, fuel and air leaks Connect and disconnect semi-trailer hoses Completing all applicable paperwork. Maintain up-to-date Driver Log throughout the duration of each shift. Responsible for communicating with Dispatch. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with customers and co-workers in a professional manner Be able to perform physical work at times (lifting in excess of 50lbs) Observing and complying with rules and regulations of the Ministry of Transportation and the Highway Traffic Act Position Requirements: Valid A/Z driver’s license  Verifiable tractor trailer driving experience No driving related criminal code convictions in the previous 36 months Excellent communication skills Must have excellent safety and compliance record Must have excellent driving skills Flexibility to accommodate different start times Ability to operate other heavy/large equipment as required Willing to learn other functions as it pertains to Heavy equipment High school graduation diploma or G.E.D. certificate required   We offer: Competitive Wages Benefits, including: Health & Dental Criminal Background check When applying, please include with your resume your CVOR and Driver's Abstract. Job Type: Full-time Required experience: AZ tractor trailer   Thomas Solutions is looking for an AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Where:  70 Beach Road, Hamilton, Ontario   We are expanding and are seeking an AZ driver with Heavy equipment knowledge to join our Team! AZ Driver with Heavy Equipment Knowledge Required : Operating tractor trailer equipment (Automatic or Manual) safely by adhering to all safety requirements Perform inspections of mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment of tractor trailer unit before, during, and after trips, including gauges, lighting and electrical systems, and visual checks of potential water, oil, fuel and air leaks Connect and disconnect semi-trailer hoses Completing all applicable paperwork. Maintain up-to-date Driver Log throughout the duration of each shift. Responsible for communicating with Dispatch. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with customers and co-workers in a professional manner Be able to perform physical work at times (lifting in excess of 50lbs) Observing and complying with rules and regulations of the Ministry of Transportation and the Highway Traffic Act Position Requirements: Valid A/Z driver's license  Verifiable tractor trailer driving experience No driving related criminal code convictions in the previous 36 months Excellent communication skills Must have excellent safety and compliance record Must have excellent driving skills Flexibility to accommodate different start times Ability to operate other heavy/large equipment as required Willing to learn other functions as it pertains to Heavy equipment High school graduation diploma or G.E.D. certificate required   We offer: Competitive Wages Benefits, including: Health & Dental Criminal Background check When applying, please include with your resume your CVOR and Driver's Abstract. Job Type: Full-time Required experience: AZ tractor trailer  
Solar Brokers Canada 191 Niagara Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
Sales Representative New Grad 2017– Join our Solar Revolution! Want to start a rewarding career with the opportunity to grow with the industry’s fastest growing solar company in Ontario? Solar Brokers Canada is a North American solar energy brokerage firm that facilitates residential clean energy services. Founded in 2012, the firm has rapidly grown from a two-man operation to employ more than 100 plus to date Ontario wide - with plans to double in size across multiple locations in 2018. Solar Brokers Canada is looking to add motivated and passionate individuals to our solar family! What Makes You a Right Fit? You are a smart self-starter that is passionate about the environment, sustainability and making our world a better place You are a team player with an outgoing personality that enjoys interacting with people You have an entrepreneurial mindset and drive You are disciplined and self-motivated, with a willingness to learn Open new doors with Solar Brokers Canada! As a Sales Representative at Solar Brokers Canada you will work with a team that supports our senior sales team to facilitate and educate clients across the GTA and Ontario about the environmental and financial benefits of investing in Solar Energy. This is an amazing opportunity to work in a diverse, rewarding and dynamic industry. Our supportive and encouraging team offers you the ideal environment to work collaboratively in a team, with tons of opportunities for professional and personal development at our growing organization! What’s it like on the Solar Brokers Canada Team? Opportunity for extensive sales training and guidance with personal/ professional development Conduct and engage high level conversations with potential clients Qualify interested clients and offer them the best solution/solar package to fit their needs Promotion and Managerial opportunities Weekly office lunches Bi-weekly company events Sales competitions, cash bonuses, all inclusive company wide trips TTC accessible Downtown office with a games room Job Description Communicate and answer client inquires at Solar Brokers Canada’s retail sales locations Act as the first point of contact with all potential clients at our retail locations Generate client interest in Solar Brokers Canada's services Educate, and inform clients about the renewable energy sector and programs being offered to them Provide support and answers in a friendly manner to current Solar Brokers Canada clients Input client information into our CRM, generate performance reports if requested Qualifications Strong communication and interpersonal skills Excellent troubleshooting and objective handling skills Ability to work with minimal supervision Energetic and self-motivated High level of accuracy and attention to detail Creative with strong negotiating skills Requirements: 1-2 years customer service or sales experience is an asset Educational background in Environmental Studies, Environmental Engineering, GIS, or Business Administration is considered an asset Full-time availability We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone or agency calls, please. All applications will remain confidential. For more information about our organization feel free to check out our website and the links below at: www.solarbrokerscanada.com SEE WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT US https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GGilyNcyiI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRo5dMILnpo&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBaGAG5ftYs&list=LLKLWo_pR7g-1tWSRhCHB4OA&index=1
Solar Brokers Canada 191 Niagara Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
Do you enjoy interacting and meeting new people?! Do you think you have what it takes to be successful at Solar Brokers Canada?! Do you want to start a rewarding career with the opportunity to grow with the industry’s fastest growing company?! If you answered YES to these questions, please apply. About Solar Brokers Canada Solar Brokers Canada is one of the largest solar providers in Canada and the first residential solar brokerage in the country. Since its founding in 2012, the company has experienced revenue growth of over 8900%. To date the company has brokered over 30 megawatts of residential solar in Ontario. Based in Toronto, Solar Brokers Canada and its affiliate Green Lion Eco Group, a solar engineering and project management company, oversee a staff of over 200 industry-leading professionals. Through proprietary tools, including state of the art project management and customer relationship management software and lead-generating interactive digital display kiosks, Solar Brokers Canada is redefining how consumers adopt residential solar. Open new doors with Solar Brokers Canada! As a Customer Service / Sales Representative at Solar Brokers Canada you will work with a team to facilitate and educate potential clients across the GTA about the environmental and financial benefits of investing in Solar Energy. This is an amazing opportunity to work in a diverse, rewarding and dynamic industry. Our supportive and encouraging team offers you the ideal environment to work collaboratively in a team, with tons of opportunities for professional and personal developing at our growing organization! What staff say about working with Solar Brokers Canada "I can't believe the skills development opportunities my experience with Solar Brokers Canada has provided. I've found a job that I actually enjoy doing and that has been lucrative for me! Solar Brokers Canada has helped me improve my customer service skills and become much more self-motivated, which has also helped me in life!" Do you fit the part? You are a smart self-starter who is passionate about the environment and making our world a better place You have an outgoing personality that enjoys working with people You have an entrepreneurial mindset and drive You are disciplined and self-motivated, with a willingness to learn What’s it like on the Solar Brokers Canada Team? Opportunity for extensive sales training and guidance with personal/ professional development Conduct and engage high level conversations with potential clients Convert potential consumer interest into warm leads Promotion and Managerial opportunities within 3 to 6 months Entry Level Positions - All Training is Provided Enhance and build your resume and overall professional style Requirements: 1-2 years’ customer service or sales experience is an asset
Solar Brokers Canada 191 Niagara Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
Want to start a rewarding career with the opportunity to grow with the industry’s fastest growing solar company in Ontario? Solar Brokers Canada is a North American solar energy brokerage firm that facilitates residential clean energy services. Founded in 2012, the firm has rapidly grown from a two-man operation to employ more than 100 plus to date Ontario wide - with plans to double in size across multiple locations in 2018. Solar Brokers Canada is looking to add motivated and passionate individuals to our solar family! What Makes You a Right Fit? You are a smart self-starter that is passionate about the environment, sustainability and making our world a better place You are a team player with an outgoing personality that enjoys interacting with people You have an entrepreneurial mindset and drive You are disciplined and self-motivated, with a willingness to learn Open new doors with Solar Brokers Canada! As a Environmental New Grad at Solar Brokers Canada you will work with a team that supports our sales team to facilitate and educate clients across the GTA and Ontario about the environmental and financial benefits of investing in Solar Energy. This is an amazing opportunity to work in a diverse, rewarding and dynamic industry. Our supportive and encouraging team offers you the ideal environment to work collaboratively in a team, with tons of opportunities for professional and personal development at our growing organization! What’s it like on the Solar Brokers Canada Team? Opportunity for extensive training and guidance with personal/ professional development Conduct and engage high level conversations with potential clients Qualify interested clients and offer them the best solution/solar package to fit their needs Promotion and Managerial opportunities Job Description Communicate and answer client inquires Generate client interest in Solar Brokers Canada's services Educate, and inform clients about the renewable energy sector and programs being offered to them Provide support and answers in a friendly manner to current Solar Brokers Canada clients Input client information into our CRM, generate performance reports if requested Qualifications Strong communication and interpersonal skills Excellent troubleshooting and objective handling skills Ability to work with minimal supervision Energetic and self-motivated High level of accuracy and attention to detail Creative with strong negotiating skills Requirements: 1-2 years customer service or sales experience is an asset Educational background in Environmental Studies, Environmental Engineering, GIS, or Business Administration is considered an asset Full-time availability We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone or agency calls, please. All applications will remain confidential. For more information about our organization feel free to check out our website and the links below at: www.solarbrokerscanada.com SEE WHAT OUR CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT US https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GGilyNcyiI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRo5dMILnpo&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBaGAG5ftYs&list=LLKLWo_pR7g-1tWSRhCHB4OA&index=1
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare Inc. | Eastern College Toronto, ON, Canada
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare Inc., Toronto campus is actively seeking a Program Administrator to join the campus administration team. Primary Responsibilities: The primary purpose of this position is to provide a point of contact for all students, staff and visitors and manage program administration. The successful candidate will support day-to-day operations of the campus by assisting the Campus Director to ensure all administrative activities are current and up-to-date; manage and maintain inventory; prepare program reports; order uniforms; print missing attendance reports; maintain the diploma and transcript process; and other duties as required. Qualifications: The successful candidate will have 1 – 2 years experience in record keeping, filing, and file management. Previous administrative experience is essential to success in this role. The ideal will be a customer focused and service oriented individual with excellent communication, problem solving, critical thinking, organization, and multi-tasking skills. Proficiency in MS Office applications is required. Preference will be given to those candidates with a post-secondary education. Hours of Work: This position is a permanent full-time opportunity. Hours of work will be assigned by the Campus Director. Start Date: The scheduled start for this opportunity is immediate. How to Apply: If you or someone you know is interested in applying to this opportunity, please submit your resume via email in MS Word or PDF format by email. Please note the successful candidate will be required to complete a criminal background check. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare Inc. | Eastern College Windsor, ON, Canada
Aug 18, 2017
Part time
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare Inc., Windsor campus, is actively seeking an Occupational Therapist or Occupational Therapy Assistant interested in joining the campus team as an Instructor for the Occupational Therapy Assistant program. Primary Responsibilities:  The primary responsibility of this position is to provide quality delivery of assigned courses within the Occupational Therapy Assistant program, utilizing a variety of instruction strategies, techniques and delivery methods to meet the individual learning styles of the students, in a safe and civil learning environment. Instructors are responsible for teaching assigned courses in accordance with course competencies, taking daily attendance, and as required, grading class tests, assignments and exams. Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have the knowledge and experience in medical terminology, the appropriate education and a minimum of two (2) years practical work experience in a Canadian clinical occupational therapy setting. Demonstrated leadership skills including supervision, motivation and facilitation are preferred. Intermediate MS Office skills and strong command of the English language both written and verbal are essential. Hours of Work:  This position is a part-time opportunity. Hours of work will be four (4) hours per day, Monday to Friday, and will be scheduled from 6pm-10pm Start Date:  The scheduled start for this opportunity is December 2017. How to Apply:  If you or someone you know is interested in applying to this opportunity, please submit your resume via email in MS Word or PDF format by email. Please note the successful candidate will be required to complete a criminal background check. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare Inc. | Eastern College Mississauga, ON, Canada
Aug 18, 2017
Full time
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare Inc. is actively seeking an Executive Assistant to provide administrative, project management, and organization support to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Primary Responsibilities:  The primary purpose of this position is to provide overall administrative and organizational support to the CEO, and project management for ongoing projects. Specific responsibilities include: - Assisting with and improving productivity and timely communication of the CEO. - Daily review, reduction, and monitoring of email for the CEO. - Gathering data, building, and/or maintaining Excel-based reports. - Manage the Prometric Test Centres, ensuring efficient operations. - Developing PowerPoint presentations. - Compiling, transcribing and distributing correspondence, meeting minutes, and reports. - Preparing agendas and making meeting arrangements. - Following-up on action items for both the CEO and their direct reports. - Following-up on introductions and networking efforts by the CEO. - Providing project management for ongoing projects. - Maintaining electronic and hard copy filing system for the CEO. - Providing personal assistance to the CEO as needed. - Maintaining the overall office cleanliness, including meeting spaces and the kitchen. - Other duties as assigned. Qualifications:  The successful candidate will have: - MMinimum of 3 years of work experience in an administrative support capacity. - Minimum of 1 year of experience in an executive support role is preferred. - University degree from a business related program is preferred. - Advanced working knowledge of Excel is required. - Intermediate working knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint and Outlook is required. - Excellent keyboarding skills (over 60 wpm). In addition, you will: - Thrive in a fast-paced office environment, juggling multiple projects and priorities, and performing tasks with little detail or direction. - Be a reliable, self-starting individual that has excellent initiative, organization, and communication skills. - Have demonstrated ability to maintain confidences. - The successful candidate must have a reliable vehicle as some travel is required. Hours of Work:  This position is a permanent full-time opportunity. Hours of work will be 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Flexibility is required as the candidate will be expected to work outside of regular business hours in order to support the needs of the business. Location:  This position will be based out of the Campus Support Centre in Mississauga. Start Date:  The scheduled start for this opportunity is immediate. How to Apply:  If you or someone you know is interested in applying to this opportunity, please submit your resume via email in MS Word or PDF format by email. Please note the successful candidate will be required to complete a criminal background check. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Titan Advertising Group #205 - 11227 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton AB T5K0L5
Aug 17, 2017
Full time
Our company JUST expanded! FULL TIME CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS NEEDED TO START ASAP We just added ANOTHER client to our portfolio! We are looking for enthusiastic, charismatic, motivated & competitive individuals to fill customer service roles to work on behalf of our internationally known clients. Hours are Monday to Friday 12:30pm-9:30pm. (Full time applicants are given priority). WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE, WE WILL PROVIDE TRAINING! We offer: **40 Hours a week **Fully Paid Training **Hourly Pay, NOT COMMISSION **Weekly Pay **Benefits **Advancement Opportunities **Scholarship Opportunities You must be 18 or older to apply for this position; ideally we look for great customer service skills and the ability to connect well and create a good first impression. People skills are an absolute must! Please Contact Meagan at admin@titan-advertising.com or by phone (780) 760 0165
Primetime Promotions Inc 317 Columbia Street, New Westminster, BC, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Full time
Customer Service Representative We are looking for enthusiastic individuals to fill customer service representative roles to work on behalf of our internationally known clients.   The position hours are Monday to Friday 1pm-9:30pm. Full time applicants are given priority. We make part time exceptions for university students as long as you can work 3 full shifts from Monday to Friday. We are also a 2 min walk from the Columbia Skytrain Station.   You must be 18 or older to apply for this position; ideally we look for great customer service skills and the ability to connect well and create a good first impression. People skills are an absolute must! Every aspect of this position is dealing with people face to face.   WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE, WE WILL PROVIDE TRAINING! We offer: **Full Paid Training **Hourly Pay, NOT COMMISSION **Weekly Pay **Benefits **Advancement Opportunities **Scholarship Opportunities   Please send us a copy of your resume or call Amanda 604-777-2195 for immediate consideration 
Saint Elizabeth Health Care Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Part time
Hiring in Vancouver, Burnaby, Pitt Meadows. POSITION SUMMARY: Provides home support services to clients such as assisting with activities of daily living, performing delegated tasks for which transfer of function training has been completed, planning and preparing meals, and light housekeeping. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Follow Care Plans and maintain accurate client records utilizing the appropriate documentation  Maintain effective relationships with clients promoting physical and emotional independence Clear understanding of the accountability and expectations that are associated with transferable skills/delegated tasks Effectively communicate changes in the client condition to your supervisor, and maintain effective relationships with other team members Proactively identify, promote and seek to improve client safety as part of your everyday work, and seeks support from the Nurse Supervisor for responding to medical and ethical dilemmas QUALIFICATIONS: Health Care Assistant / Residential Care Aide Certificate, or equivalent experience and training is required Must be registered with the BC Care Aide registry A current Criminal Reference Check A working knowledge of assisted aids is required Ability to communicate effectively (verbal/written) and exercise good judgment is required Ability to lift up to 25 kilograms may be required Ability to perform lifting and bending when assisting clients may be required Ability to use technology for communication is required Access to own vehicle - valid drivers license is required One year of relevant experience is preferred
Big Maveric Marketing 1701 Hollis Street, Halifax, NS, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Full time
What You Can Expect? At Big Maveric Marketing Inc., we don't just consider fundraising awareness as a job. For us, speaking to the public about the organizations we represent is inspiring and satisfying on a personal level. It allows us to invoke change and encourage action ; giving us a true feeling of accomplishing something for the greater good. But on a practical level, our fundraisers also: - Are guaranteed an hourly wage, no commissions - Qualify for medical, Dental, & vision benefits (after 6 months) - Receive hands on paid training - Are paid weekly - Enjoy an ethically diverse, positive work atmosphere - Work alongside a great staff of other like-minded philanthropic ambassadors - Receive continual training from experienced senior mentors in the business - Have incredible room for advancement in the industry ( we only promote within) So what are you waiting for ?! forward your resume to marc@bigmaveric.com Please have it formatted in a word document to be considered, thanks :)
SHOPPERS DRUG MART 4303 Hastings Street, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Part time
JOB DESCRIPTION:   Work in store as a  Cosmetician.   This is a beauty career that is more than skin deep.  Drive cosmetics sales through unbiased advice on products, and consult with customers in your community.   A leading retailer in Canada, Shoppers Drug Mart has locations in most cities and towns, large and small, and local pharmacist owners looking to build their store team with people who take ownership and find more ways to care.   Join a locally owned and operated store to help deliver health, beauty and convenience services in your community, by keeping the customer at the centre of everything you do.   Are you an  individual who: ·          Has a natural eye for inner and outer beauty? ·          Wants to provide service and advice that is friendly, unbiased and unparalleled? ·          Has an entrepreneurial spirit and consultative sales approach? ·          Is personable and outgoing and likes to make people feel better about                                 themselves?   If so, then a sales career with one of the leading beauty and cosmetics destinations in Canada may be for you.  You will be selling the top cosmetics brands in North America and the world, with access to extensive training in cosmetic product knowledge to ensure your success, and you will have the chance to become a local beauty expert in your store and community.   Duties:   A successful Cosmetician: ·         Helps to ensure that the store’s Cosmetics objectives are achieved as part of the                 Beauty team ·         Drives cosmetics sales while ensuring exceptional customer service and retail                     beauty clienteling ·         Stays up to date on with products and promotions     QUALIFICATIONS:   Required: ·         Proven consultative skills to provide information, advice and guidance to customers             on beauty products, services and promotion ·         Good knowledge of various beauty products and services available ·         Excellent makeup and cosmetic application knowledge (through experience or                       makeup artistry)   Desired: ·         Experience as a Makeup Artist or education in makeup design ·         Past experience as a Cosmetician, Beauty Advisor, Counter Manager or Skin Care               Specialist ·         Demonstrated understanding of merchandising ·         Keen interest in maintaining knowledge of health, fashion and beauty   Why work in a Shoppers Drug Mart store? Each store has an Associate-Owner, so you will work for a local business owner while having the support of a national brand.   Within the Shoppers Drug Mart network, Associate-Owners know the root of their success lies with the people who work in their stores, who  take ownership  of their work and look to find  more ways to care  about their patients, customers and community. Some benefits you can find working in store include: A high energy and varied workplace that strives for and rewards excellence Flexible and varied schedules Competitive pay structures, rewarding strong and consistent performance Employee discounts on in-store purchases Access to learning and development opportunities through SDM University Strong culture of charitable and community involvement Unique chance to work with a network of organizations that is committed to improving the health and wellness of Canadians     WORK HOURS: Flex schedule - some weekends and evenings     ADDITIONAL POSITION DETAILS:   Accommodation is available upon request for applicants and employees with disabilities.
SHOPPERS DRUG MART 150 Main Street East, Grimsby, ON, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Part time
Position Summary   Job Id: 1087552 Location: 150 MAIN STREET E Store Number: 0794-SDM Position Type: Part Time JOB DESCRIPTION:   Key responsibilities of a Shoppers Drug Mart Front Store Supervisor include: Managing the customer service functions, including cash, cashiers and merchandising; ensure all loss prevention programs are implemented to standard; ensure cashier/merchandising staff comply with all guidelines; ensures standards of housekeeping and image are maintained. QUALIFICATIONS:   High school education; customer service oriented; computer literate; organized; independent thinking; problem solving skills.     WORK HOURS: Flex schedule - some weekends and evenings ADDITIONAL POSITION DETAILS:     Key responsibilities of a Shoppers Drug Mart Front Store Supervisor include: Managing the customer service functions, including cash, cashiers and merchandising; ensure all loss prevention programs are implemented to standard; ensure cashier/merchandising staff comply with all guidelines; ensures standards of housekeeping and image are maintained. QUALIFICATIONS:   High school education; customer service oriented; computer literate; organized; independent thinking; problem solving skills. WORK HOURS:   Flex schedule - some weekends and evenings   Accommodation is available upon request for applicants and employees with disabilities. Requisition Number:  1087552
SHOPPERS DRUG MART Waterloo, ON, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Full time
Position Summary   Job Id: 1087581 Location: 190 NORTHFIELD DRIVE WEST Store Number: 1090-SDM Position Type: Full Time   JOB DESCRIPTION:   Key responsibilities of a Pharmacy Technician include: Patient greeting and confirmation of accuracy of all pertinent prescription information prior to filling Data entry of patient care information into HealthWatch Third Party adjudication where required and necessary Accurate dispensing prescription medications Maintenance of pharmacy stock through inventory control systems General OTC enquiries from patients and referral to Pharmacist where required and necessary Handling customer prescription pick up, Assisting with cashier responsibilities as required in the Pharmacy     QUALIFICATIONS:   Registered with the corresponding provincial licensing college, where applicable in the province seeking employment, in good standing Experience as a Pharmacy Technician or certification from an accredited Pharmacy Technician program Excellent organizational skills and detail orientation Strong communication skills Demonstrated customer service experience Strong motivation to succeed Proficient computer/data/entry skills     WORK HOURS: Flex schedule - some weekends and evenings     ADDITIONAL POSITION DETAILS:   Accommodation is available upon request for applicants and employees with disabilities. For system use only - do not remove:  J2WRX Requisition Number:  1087581
SHOPPERS DRUG MART Richmond Hill, ON, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Full time
Position Summary Job Id: 1087801 Location: 13070 YONGE ST Store Number: 0928-SDM Position Type: Part Time   JOB DESCRIPTION:   Key responsibilities of a Shoppers Drug Mart Pharmacy Assistant include: Patient greeting and confirmation of accuracy of all pertinent prescription information prior to filling, Data entry of patient care information into HealthWatch, Third Party adjudication (if necessary), Accurate dispensing prescription medications, Maintenance of pharmacy stock through inventory control systems, General OTC enquiries from patients and referral to Pharmacist where required and necessary, Handling customer prescription pick up, Assisting with cashier responsibilities as required in the Pharmacy QUALIFICATIONS:   Experience as a Pharmacy Assistant is an asset Excellent organizational skills and detail orientation; Strong communication skills; Demonstrated customer service experience; Strong motivation to succeed; Proficient computer/data/entry skills. WORK HOURS: Evenings & Weekends Only   ADDITIONAL POSITION DETAILS:   Accommodation is available upon request for applicants and employees with disabilities. Requisition Number:  1087801
Goudy Transport Inc. Regina, SK, Canada
Aug 17, 2017
Full time
Description Currently looking for full time 1A fluid haulers to haul oil. Must have a 1A, willing to train a person without oil hauling experience, health benefits, housing if needed, job will have you working in the Stoughton, Estevan, Weyburn areas. How to Apply?: email
Aramark CA-ON-Ottawa
Aug 16, 2017
Full time
Overview: Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE and the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Learn more at  www.aramark.com  or connect with us on  Facebook  and  Twitter .   Description:   We are looking for a Finance Assistant to join Aramark operations. Reporting to the Finance Manager, the Finance Assistant is responsible for all duties in financial reporting, payroll and some administrative functions. This role also provides support and oversight to two data entry clerks.   Please note that duration of the contract will be for 1 year.    JOB FUNCTION Weekly financial statement preparation Sales: Verify bank deposits and sales report from POS system. Reconcile sales in Aramark accounting system. Expenses: Provide support to data entry clerks and oversee invoice entry process to ensure expenses are accurately recorded. Payroll: Provide support to manager to ensure timecard records are accurately maintained. Processing weekly payroll. Maintain vacation and other benefit worksheets. Review of Sales and Purchase Summaries Issue accounts receivable invoices for catering department Oversee inventory count entry for all components Prepare journal entries and reconcile accounts Respond to A/R, A/P and payroll enquiries Perform audit with Finance Manager Other duties required by management       Qualifications: Post-secondary education required Knowledge and understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards Proficient in the use of Word, Excel and PowerPoint Strong analytical, organizational and problem-solving skills Attention to detail Ability to multi task and wok independently Self-motivated and team-oriented   Accommodations for job applicants with disabilities are available upon request.
Aramark Halifax, NS, Canada
Aug 16, 2017
Full time
Overview: About Aramark   Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE and the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Learn more at  www.aramark.com  or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Description: Position Description: The Regional Marketing Director is responsible for strategic implementation of marketing programs and supervision of a marketing manager team to drive critical business initiatives, including sales growth; market penetration; customer retention; client acquisition and retention; client value creation; and improved margins and market share within a designated region of Aramark.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Strategy Development, People Management, Process and Project Management, Financial Analysis, Consumer Trend Identification, Oral/Written Communication, Electronic Media Marketing, Negotiation Skills, Presentation Skills, and Computer Skills   Key Responsibilities Base Business Growth: •Drives changes that result in profitable incremental  business growth for the region. •Leads regional marketing team to translate national marketing programs and initiatives into regional implementation. Responsible for consistency of program implementation in the region with a strategic focus on priority accounts, defined as accounts with greatest volume, revenue opportunity or risk. •Collaborates with cross-functional team (Finance, Channel Growth, Operations, Human Resources) to achieve goals. •Creates an overall marketing plan and rolls up individual client marketing plans for the region. Coordinates account growth plans for client accounts to achieve desired revenue and profit outcomes for Aramark and client. •Surfaces region developed initiatives/best practices for potential national scalable solutions. •Ensures region developed programs have a solid business case and a positive return on investment. •Monitors/measures plan results using electronic database; actively manages actions to ensure results achieve plan goals. •Leads revenue-building initiatives within region: increases market penetration and revenue in multiple channels (Meal Plans/Residential Dining, Retail Food Courts, Convenience Retailing, Coffee/Beverages, Catering, and Consumer Engagement); assures recommended pricing; follows established guidelines for profitability in multiple competitive client markets; manages programs to improve overall Share of Spend for each account. •Participates in national project development teams (advisory role). •Leads strategic analysis through Aramark proprietary master planning processes.   Channel Growth and B2C Marketing: •Collaborates with Channel Growth & HQ Marketing team on development/activation strategies for priority programs. •Leads region activation strategy for Channel Growth & Marketing programs, including client opportunity identification, location development pipeline, location pricing strategy, and marketing support for program implementation. •Ensures Channel Growth and Marketing programs are aligned with account growth plans. •Measures Channel Growth and Marketing program success through electronicdatabase, analyzes opportunities to improve performance, and implements actions to achieve goals. Provides structured feedback on all programs, including multi-constituent feedback as needed.   Insights: •Analyzes, Communicates, and Implements region action plan for overall region DiningStyles and “Your Voice Counts” results; creates action items for region’s Marketing Plan and monitors results. •Monitors consumer retail purchase data, dining membership, client needs, proprietary Aramark consumer research, and overall industry and channel marketing trends, and translates findings into actions that drive revenue and market share. •Communicates trends and keeps the customer (client and student) top of mind in strategies, programs, and implementation. •Provides relevant client data to Insights team to facilitate implementation and function of all programs.   Team Development: •Evaluates and develops professional and technical skills of regional marketing team, ensuring that all members both possess strong core competencies and are primed for advanced development. •Ensures that each region marketing team member is proactively engaged with district operations (District Manager and Front Line Managers) as the marketing expert. •Interacts on-site with marketing managers and field operations on a regular basis, providing personal guidance and leadership. •Encourages cross-region and cross-function collaboration. •Manages individual Performance Management Plan and Career Development Plan for each marketing manager. •Manages marketing manager succession plan with development milestones and progressive training. •Creates overall Talent Review for region marketing team.  Reports out on talent quarterly with HQ.   New Business and Account Retention: •Partners with region’s Directors of Business Development / Director of Strategic Development and regional operations to provide overall marketing program strategy and coordinates marketing plan for new client and account retention activities. •Leads  region MarketMATCH® and MarketVIEW processes and guides marketing support for Strategic Update Performance Review reports. •Supports development and execution of sales proposals and presentations. •Supports marketing programs for opening of new accounts.   Communication: •Communicates all Aramark national strategies, programs, and processes to the region. •Manages advocacy programs to engage students, faculty, staff, and community. •Functions as liaison with Aramark Corporate Communications for public relations activity for the region. •Advocates a proactive balance between client needs and Aramark objectives.   Qualifications:  University degree required.Minimum of 8 years of progressively responsible marketing experience, with record of measurable success and effective performance. •Experience managing and cultivating a team of individual performers and managers. •Experience or demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team-based environment within a matrix organization. •Experience managing multiple client accounts.   •Strong communication and influence management skills. •Higher education, food service, advertising and/or services marketing experience desirable
H&R Block Canada. Inc Red Deer, AB, Canada
Aug 16, 2017
Full time
H&R Block Canada is a leader in the tax preparation industry. We are currently seeking a dynamic District Manager to join our team in Red Deer, Alberta. Becoming an H&R Block associate means more than just a paycheque; it’s an opportunity to grow with the strongest brand in the Tax Preparation industry. We are looking for people who want to help us look at peoples’ lives through tax and find ways to help. We know that the ability to deliver outstanding client service starts with having the best talent on our team, and if you want to be part of our success story then we want to hear from you! We have proudly served clients in Canada for over 50 years, constantly evolving to meet our clients’ ever-changing needs. From our digital solutions to our offices, we constantly seek new ways to create frictionless and memorable client experiences.   The Opportunity: H&R Block District Managers are champions of the overall client experience;   providing superior knowledge and support services to the company-owned and/or franchise office teams within a defined district.   Key Areas of Responsibility: Lead the operation and management of the district to ensure successful implementation of Company policy and procedures across assigned tax offices Develop, recommend, and implement strategy to increase revenue and maximize profit Ensure the district team consistently follows the client service model and builds strong relationships to deliver a GREAT experience that brings value and exceeds client expectations; Owner and driver of the overall client experience Responsible for full cycle recruitment of seasonal and off-season associates Responsible for scheduling, monitoring labor costs, training & development, coaching and employee relations including performance feedback and evaluations Prepare annual fiscal year budgets for district Conduct monthly in-depth review of financials Assist with analysis of retail footprint, including locations selection of new/relocated offices Review client survey results weekly and follow up on all client concerns when escalated Conduct regular visits to offices within the district Provide support and guidance to Franchise owners Assist in corporate training & development initiatives; including presentations   Key Qualifications: Five years’ of experience leading a workforce containing a varied skill set; preferably within retail or similar customer-orientated industry. A combination of education and work related experiences will be considered. Demonstrated experience leading multi-unit locations in retail or service environment Past experience with customer experience programs Experience working with Franchise owners would be considered an asset Excellent employee relation, coaching, interpersonal and communication skills Exposure to a seasonal business environment would be considered a strong asset Experience in corporate training, development and presentation skills Ability to plan and coordinate workload and adapt to initiatives simultaneously to meet project commitments Willingness to work flexible hours and travel Proficient in MS applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) Must not have any monies owing to CRA Must not have declared bankruptcy in the last 5 years Must be up to date on all taxes   Are you ready to join a Calgary-based company where you will make a real difference? Apply by Sending a cover letter along with your resume  Successful candidates must have legal authorization to work in Canada on a full-time basis for any employer. Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
H&R Block Canada. Inc Calgary, AB, Canada
Aug 16, 2017
Full time
Becoming an H&R Block associate means more than just a paycheque; it’s an opportunity to grow with the strongest brand in the Tax Preparation industry. We are looking for people who want to help us look at peoples’ lives through tax and find ways to help. We know that the ability to deliver outstanding client service starts with having the best talent on our team, and if you want to be part of our success story then we want to hear from you!   We have proudly served clients in Canada for over 50 years, constantly evolving to meet our clients’ ever-changing needs. From our digital solutions to our offices, we constantly seek new ways to create frictionless and memorable client experiences.   Key Areas of Responsibility: Assist the Manager of Cash Back Accounting to assign workload to the CashBack team, hire and train seasonal employees; administration related to the CashBack center. Improve team efficiency and processes, allocate resources, document procedures and processes; create and maintain training materials. Maintain a good working relationship with field associates and all clients. Respond to inquiries from the field offices and clients in a timely and professional manner. Research basic tax information and use tax knowledge to respond to inquiries. Act as a liaison between the CashBack team and the CashBack accounting team to ensure data accuracy and timely bad debt collection. Validate discrepancies in the funds advanced to clients. Solicit tax adjustments to be filed in a timely manner. Issue and distribute collection letters to clients. Assist group with client calls to collect unpaid balances, take payments or direct clients to an H&R Block office.  Assign files to collection agencies.   Key Qualifications: Post-secondary education in Accounting, Finance, or an equivalent combination of education and experience A minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills Experience in a tax preparation environment. An accounting background would be an asset. Ability to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously Proficiency in Microsoft Excel required; PeopleSoft experience would be an asset. Ability to work in a high-paced, continually changing environment   Are you ready to join a Calgary-based company where you will make a real difference? Apply by Sending a cover letter along with your resume     Successful candidates must have legal authorization to work in Canada on a full-time basis for any employer. Only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
UPS Canada CA-QC-Brossard
Aug 16, 2017
Part time
POSITION SUMMARY   The Part Time Supervisor manages the package operation and ensures that the proper procedures are being adhered to.  The responsibilities include the following:     KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES Developing and maintaining good working relationships with employees, management and customers Facilitating training with new and current employees Conducting and participating in group meetings Coordinating evaluations with management Determining the optimum solution for package concerns Supervising daily activities of package handlers and clerks to ensure that all assigned duties are accomplished safely and timely Understanding and consistently demonstrating UPS's high ethical standards and code of conduct   EDUCATION/WORK EXPERIENCE Ability to lift 70 lbs Available to work daily, Monday through Friday, 5 hrs/day Strong problem solving skills Strong oral and written skills Working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office Ability to multitask Ability to work in a fast paced environment Ability to work in a warehouse environment  
UPS Canada Toronto, ON, CA
Aug 16, 2017
Part time
Position Summary The Package Handler loads and unloads packages into or out of UPS vehicles. The responsibilities include the following:   Key Accountabilities Learning and properly executing UPS package handling methods Loading and unloading UPS packages into trailers or package cars in a warehouse environment (must be able to handle packages up to 70lbs)     Education and Work Experience Ability to lift 70 lbs. Available to work daily, Monday through Friday Ability to work in a fast paced environment Ability to work in a warehouse environment Other Job Requirements Health and Dental benefits provided after 1 year of service Immediate access to Employee discounts upon hiring Opportunities for advancement within a Fortune 500 Company Tuition Reimbursement up to $1500/ per semester Pay rate progression- $11.40 - $23.76 (based on continuous years in UPS Canada)
Back in Motion Rehab Inc. Squamish, BC, Canada
Aug 15, 2017
Full time
We have a position available for a full-time, permanent Employment Resource Specialist position available in our Squamish office. POSITION TITLE: Employment Resource Specialist PROGRAM: WorkBC REPORTS TO: Program Manager, Employment Services SUMMARY The Employment Resource Specialist is the first point of contact when someone enters the WorkBC office. They create and maintain an accessible and welcoming Self-Serve Area that assists clients with job search to secure employment. The Employment Resource Specialist accomplishes this by: welcoming and engaging clients to explore suitable WorkBC services; assisting clients with job search activities; creating competitive resumes and job search tools; developing professional and useful career resources for clients; and maintaining equipment and supplies. RESPONSIBILITIES Client Services – 70% • Greet clients and facilitate the initial service orientation and screening process with the goal of engaging clients in WorkBC services • Conduct an initial assessment to determine which services offer the best value for clients • Help clients identify and understand the benefits of engaging in WorkBC services • Introduce and orient clients to the Self-Serve Resource Centre including explaining appropriate use of resources and behavioral expectations • Support and monitor clients accessing self-serve services in a manner that supports clients independence and self-sufficiency • Assist clients to create competitive resumes and job search tools; conduct a focused job search; develop an entrepreneurial job search attitude; understand the steps in occupational decision making; and develop research skills • Assist clients in identifying, locating, understanding and using labour market information to target their job search, as well as employment, training and career decision making • Monitor non-case managed clients and determine when clients are having difficulty and would benefit from case management services: engage these clients in attending a meeting with a Case Manager through an MDNA appointment • Administer employment-related financial supports to non-case management clients, including employer sponsored apprentices • Assist clients to access and use online government databases related to their employment situation including applying for EI and determining EI status through Service Canada • Assist apprenticeship clients to submit online applications for financial supports • Trouble-shoot computer and printer issues; help clients use technology in the SSRA Information Management – 20% • Utilize the integrated case management system (ICM) to capture client data and to evidence qualitative and quantitative outcomes • Ensure ESC has up to date information on job opportunities and labour market trends and that this information is effectively communicated to clients, employers and colleagues • Ensure ESC has a variety of relevant, current and credible employment related resource materials and labour market information available • Develop tools and resources to mediate labour market information and to assist clients in using the Centre in support of their career research or job search • Register non-case managed clients for ESC facilitated workshops and provide follow up support services • Provide monthly statistical reports and any other written report as required Marketing & Communications - 5% • Track data about how clients heard about the WorkBC Centre • Identify trends in clients accessing services • Participate in community events and marketing initiatives Other - 5% • Attend team meetings • Perform other duties as required TRAINING, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE • Bachelor degree preferred - a combination of education and experience will be considered • 1-3 years of experience in a client service or customer service role • Expertise in administration, communications, and working with people • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NVCI) training or other customer service/conflict training • CCDP an asset Other Requirements • Able to pass and maintain a Criminal Record Check • Fluency in more than one language an asset • Able to work weekends and evenings as requested HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in being considered, then please submit your resume and cover letter to HR@backinmotion.com . Identify the posting you’re applying for by listing “ERS - Squamish” in the “Subject” line. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Back in Motion Rehab Inc. Victoria, BC, Canada
Aug 15, 2017
Part time
Back in Motion Physiotherapy and Active Rehab has a permanent, part-time (0.6 FTE or 3 days per week) position available for a Kinesiologist to work primarily at our Victoria site but travel to other lower mainland sites may be required. Back in Motion Physiotherapy and Active Rehab is dedicated to offering our clients the best possible treatment options available today, supported by exciting new technology and research, and delivered with a dedicated and professional enthusiasm. Our positive, friendly, and experienced physiotherapists and health care professionals are committed to helping each person achieve their physical and personal goals. The Kinesiologist’s clinical duties include evidence-based assessment and Return to Work Support Services for clients who have sustained a variety of work-related injuries and conditions. The clinician will liaise with the employer and the worker, conduct on-site Job Site Visits/Return to Work Meetings to confirm job demands, develop a structured Gradual Return to Work (GRTW) plan, and monitor the GRTW plan to facilitate a successful outcome. The Clinician will also facilitate disability management workshops for clients accessing employment services. The Kinesiologist will work, at times, independently and at other times, will work on a team that includes Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists/Counselors, Physicians, and Administrative Staff. Our goal is to assist clients to return to work and improve their quality of life. The successful candidate has excellent clinical, interpersonal and organizational skills; and the ability to multi-task and prioritize with a focus on customer service. We seek an energetic team player who is a member or eligible for membership in the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists, with an interest in orthopedics and musculo-skeletal conditions. Travel may be required to other locations in the lower mainland. Ability to speak a second language considered an asset. HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in being considered, please submit your resume and cover letter combined in one document (Word or PDF format) to the email below and indicate whether you are registered with BCAK and how you learned of the opening. Please name your document using your first initial and last name. Identify the posting you’re applying for by listing job title in the “Subject” line. Email: hr@backinmotion.com Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Those selected for interviews will be contacted. Thank you for your interest in Back in Motion Physiotherapy and Active Rehab. Website: www.backinmotion.com
Back in Motion Rehab Inc. Metro Vancouver, BC, Canada
Aug 15, 2017
Full time
R. Psychologist Opportunities , Multiple Locations (Lower Mainland, Abbotsford, and Victoria) Back in Motion is a progressive rehabilitation, disability prevention, and employment solutions company at the forefront of our field. Our corporate culture is one of excellence, mutual respect, integrity, teamwork, and commitment to people. We have a dynamic team, assist staff members to achieve their vocational and educational goals, and provide training and mentorship. We are a growth-oriented company, and offer flexible working conditions, and an environment for staff members to develop and grow. Back in Motion has received recognition as an excellent workplace (one of Canada’s Best Small and Medium Employers, Aon Hewitt, 2015 and 2016; AMSSA’s Safe Harbour Champion 2016; Richmond News Profile of Excellence 2013; Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award 2009; Great Place to Work Institute Canada 2006-2008). Watch our video to learn more about our workplace by clicking on this link: Working at Back in Motion. The positions involve psychological treatment services to clients primarily referred by third party customers such as long-term disability insurance providers and provincially funded employment services. The Psychologist will conduct treatment-oriented assessments, perform comprehensive assessment services (Compass), develop and implement individual treatment plans, write reports, and liaise with case managers and other stakeholders. Treatment is evidence-based, and goals include assisting clients to return to work, enhancing psychosocial functioning, and improving quality of life. Depending on interests and skills, the Psychologist may also conduct vocational psychological and learning disorder assessments to adults with a range of physical, mental health, and cognitive disabilities. In this role, the Psychologist will conduct interviews, administer and interpret psychological instruments, write reports, and participate in feedback sessions. The successful candidates will have excellent clinical and interpersonal skills, passion to help clients with a variety of work-related challenges, and ability to prioritize with a focus on customer service. Back in Motion is looking for an energetic team player who has completed doctoral level training in a clinical psychology program and is registered or eligible for registration with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia. Good organizational and writing skills are essential, and understanding rehabilitation and disability issues is an asset. Employment and contract working arrangements will be considered. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to hr@backinmotion.com and include “Psychologist” in the “Subject” line.