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Comox Valley

Comox

STYLIST

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90947
Company: 
POSE HAIR SALON
Industry: 
Retail & Wholesale
Wage: 
COMMISSION
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
MUST BE SELF MOTIVATED, UP-BEAT AND CONFIDENT.
A CLIENTELE LIST IS ALREADY IN PLACE.
Qualifications & Experience: 
LICENSED STYLIST
How to apply: 
APPLY IN PERSON ON TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS OR THURSDAYS BETWEEN 10:00 AM AND 5:00 PM AT 1700 COMOX AVE. ASK FOR TRACY.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Student General Labourer

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90946
Company: 
Black Bear Resort / Humpback Inn
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
June 1 to August 31 8am-430pm Days Off Tuesday/Wednesday

- Maintain Parking Lots
- Yard Work
- Assist room attendants in housekeeping department as required
- Assist with baggage handling
-Assist with keeping common areas clean
- Assist with continental breakfast
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must be reliable.
Must be physically fit and able to lift 20kg
Must be able to work standing and moving at a fast pace .
Must be able to follow basic instructions and complete tasks in satisfactory manner.
Must be a team player.
Must be able to work shift as scheduled.
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
humpbackinn@gmail.com

Other

Pemberton

Driller / Blaster

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90945
Company: 
Lizzie Bay Logging ltd
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$45-$65/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Lizzie Bay Logging located in Pemberton BC is looking to hire a certified blaster / driller to construct logging roads in the Pemberton area. Wage range dependent on experience and references.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Valid WSBC blasting certificate and TDG certificate
How to apply: 
Contact Sandy via email:
sandy@lizziebay.com or,
call:
604-907-2550

Other

Heavy Equipment Technician

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90942
Company: 
De Beers Canada
Industry: 
Mining, Other
Wage: 
$140,960/yr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
When you join De Beers Group you can expect a competitive salary and benefits package. But more than this, you’ll find yourself in an environment with opportunities for learning and growth as an integral contributor to the success of Gahcho Kué Mine. We have an opportunity within the Mobile Maintenance Department at the Gahcho Kué Mine, based in the Northwest Territories for a highly motivated Heavy Equipment Technician. Reporting to the Mobile Maintenance Supervisor, the incumbent will be responsible for the preventative maintenance and major repairs to mobile, auxiliary and stationary mining equipment, while continuously aligning daily functions to reflect the values of De Beers. The ideal candidate is one who is committed to safe working practices and strives for zero harm.

Rewards & Benefits:
• Earn up to a 9% company contribution to your pension plan;
• Quarterly operational bonus program;
• Remote Mine Site Allowance;
• Salary Enhancement for working in the NWT;
• MyShare – Employee Share Plan;
• Travel Allowance to offset the costs of getting to the nearest point of pick up;
• Immediate participation in our 100% employer-paid extended health and dental benefits program (no waiting period);
• Relocation support is available to anyone who wishes to move to the Northwest Territories; and
• The Gahcho Kué Mine camp features a full-service dining room, and individual private bedrooms equipped with satellite cable television, telephones, and WiFi internet. There’s also a full-sized gymnasium, squash courts, and state-of-the-art fitness equipment.

Your opportunity for a brilliant career

We are the world’s leading diamond company, powered by thousands of people around the world who are driven to support thriving local communities, protect the natural environment, and stand with women and girls, focused on Building Forever.

If you like chasing demanding targets, thrive on making decisions in the pursuit of brilliance, and enjoy the support of the world’s finest experts, we have a place for you.

Additional Information

Who We Are:
Active in Canada for over 60 years, we are part of De Beers Group, the world's leading diamond company. Globally, we are a team of more than 20,000 people, with operations in Canada, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa, and activities across the diamond value chain from exploration to diamond jewelry retail. Our unwavering focus on sustainability and Building Forever fuels our commitment to advance standards across the diamond industry, protect the natural world, partner with local communities, and accelerate economic inclusion to support diversity in our business and beyond.

In Canada, we have more than 600 employees working at offices in Calgary, Toronto and Yellowknife, actively exploring for new diamond opportunities, recovering diamonds at the joint venture Gahcho Kué mine in the Northwest Territories, and closing and rehabilitating two mines. We are also advancing the Chidliak Project to establish a technologically advanced diamond mine on Baffin Island using FutureSmart Mining™ principles.

At De Beers, we believe in the power of working in partnership with communities to create lasting, positive impacts that endure long after we recover the last diamond. Our inclusive and diverse workplace values mining with respect for the environment and nearby communities, and we seek team players who share our passion for Making Life Brilliant.

Safety

Safety first is a way of life for us. We are unconditional about the safety, health, and the well-being of our colleagues, at work and at home, and about that of the communities where we work. We aim to lead the industry by investing in innovation to protect people, who are at the heart of our business. Our high performing teams take accountability for their own and others' actions, work collaboratively, and always show care and respect.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI)

As a global #HeForShe Thematic Champion, De Beers is committed to promoting an equitable, inclusive and diverse workplace where we value and respect every colleague for who they are. We provide equality of opportunity to enable everyone to fulfil their potential. Please inform us should there be any special requirements that should be considered as part of your application.

Building forever

Sustainability is at the heart of our decision-making – it is how we do business. Building Forever is key to our purpose as it represents our ambitious and holistic sustainability framework and is central to our ability to deliver long-term value to our communities and partners. This shapes how we protect our social and environmental license to operate, build a long-term legacy in our host communities and earn consumers’ trust in our diamonds that they can wear with pride.

Inclusion & Diversity

We are committed to promoting an inclusive and diverse workplace where we value and respect every colleague for who they are. We provide equality of opportunity to enable everyone to fulfil their potential.

Background Checks
Successful candidates will be required to complete background screening which may include a criminal check and validation of qualifications.

#LI-MT1
Qualifications & Experience: 
Heavy Equipment Technician – Full Time, Fly In Fly Out – Gahcho Kué Mine, Northwest Territories

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Working with a team to conduct job risk assessments and safe work plans ahead of the work being completed and performing work in a safe well-managed manner;
• Conducting preventative maintenance and servicing of mobile equipment;
• Checking for proper performance and inspecting equipment to detect faults and malfunctions;
• Diagnosing, troubleshooting and determining extent of mechanical problems;
• Rebuilding components and working with manufacturers when necessary;
• Documenting and returning completed work orders in a timely manner;
• Communicating with Supervisors and co-workers to coordinate work and provide updates; and
• Providing input and working collaboratively with Planners and Schedulers to develop work packages.

This position is on a 14 days in/14 days out rotation.

REQUIREMENTS:

• Valid Interprovincial Red Seal Journeyperson’s Heavy Duty Technician Certification;
• A minimum of 12 months of surface mining field experience repairing and maintaining heavy earthmoving equipment required;
• Experience with Komatsu as asset;
• Ability to communicate, share information and seek input to complete assigned work;
• Ability to approach work with a continuous product improvement mindset;
• Solid hydraulic and electrical skills, paired with the ability to read and understand schematics;
• Proven commitment to Safety, Health and Environmental Standards;
• Experience maintaining hydraulic shovels and SAP would be considered assets; and
• Experience working at a remote mining site and in a cross cultural work environment.
How to apply: 
De Beers Careerpage - Heavy Equipment Technician - REF39536U
https://smrtr.io/jrt6C
Will be unpublished on Mar 31, 2024

Other

Powell River

HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90941
Company: 
Olympic Forest Products Inc.
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$48.020/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
We require an individual with previous ticketed heavy duty mechanic experience or will consider a 4th year apprentice with experience working on forestry equipment. Chargehand experience preferred. Work will be based in shop atmosphere. Coastal experience with off-highway log trucks and grapple yarders is an asset for this position. This shift will be on a 4 Days on and 3 Days off rotation,10 hours per day, either Mon- Thurs or Tues – Fri

OFP is currently seeking a full time permanent Heavy Duty Mechanic to join our Stillwater Logging Operations located in Powell River, British Columbia.
Accommodation can be arranged.
OFP offers a USW unionized hourly wage and benefits package.

Qualifications & Experience: 
• Maintain & Repair Coastal Logging Equipment in the field and at the heated Stillwater Shop
• Work safely, using directed PPE.
• Experience as a Chargehand
• Experience as a parts purchaser
• Experience with Maintenance Programs
• Complete tasks in a timely fashion
• Experienced in hydraulics.
• Experienced in Electrical
• Operation of air tools and hand tools
• Can work independently & be part of a TEAM.
• Valid Driver’s License – Class 1 preferred but not required.
• Have basic tools for the job to start and increase as required.
How to apply: 
HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC
If you have the skills and qualifications required for this position, please reply in confidence:
General Manager
Fax: 604.681.8906
Email: resumes@thewelchgroup.com
Website: www.olympicforest.com
Application Deadline: March 31, 2024
As only short-listed candidates will be contacted, OFP thanks you in advance for your interest in our Company.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Indigenous Support Lead

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90939
Company: 
Campbell River & District Division of Family Practice
Industry: 
Health
Wage: 
$78,000-$87,750 annually
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
What does our Indigenous Support Lead do?
The Indigenous Support Lead will work under the direction of the PCN Manager and designated representatives from the Indigenous Advisory Committee, under the PCN governance structure. This position will support Indigenous patients, families, and communities by learning about the impacts of colonization and advocating for health provider relationships that are trauma-informed and patient- and family-centred, in order to promote culturally safe engagements. The Indigenous Support Lead will work to coordinate cultural safety training in alignment with the goals confirmed by the PCN’s Indigenous Advisory and Steering committees under the direction of PCN Manager. Additionally, the Indigenous Support Lead will engage with the Division of Family Practice physicians, Island Health and First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) to identify and coordinate opportunities to increase the understanding of wellness, informed by Indigenous perspectives. The Indigenous Support Lead will also support PCN stakeholders in learning about Indigenous-specific racism and implement practices and processes that are experienced as culturally safe by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples.

What are the roles and responsibilities of the Indigenous Support Lead?
• Coordinate and/or navigate opportunities for service providers within the Primary Care Network to support their journey in understanding cultural safety and humility, Indigenous-specific racism and apply your learnings to care and environment of care (e.g. creating welcoming and safe spaces).
• Engage with Indigenous Advisory Group representatives, community members and service providers to reflect on local needs and is adaptive and responsive in practice.
• Support the partners in the Primary Care Network to nurture, guide and support understanding between clients, families and care providers to establish effective attachment to Indigenous peoples and to address challenges Indigenous peoples experience when accessing primary care services.
• Develop and implement a strategy with input from the Indigenous Advisory Committee, Primary Care Network leadership team and Island Health Primary Care Manager to ensure cultural safety is embedded throughout the Primary Care Network.
• Provide support to ensure the continuation of the Indigenous Advisory, consisting of members of Indigenous communities, including various First Nations, urban Indigenous, Inuit and Métis Peoples, ensuring that recommendations are captured and elevated.
• Collaborate with PCN leadership and the Indigenous Advisory to ensure productive two-way communication that effectively implements initiatives approved by all parties.
• Engage with Indigenous communities to support community members with increasing awareness and understanding of primary care access and delivery.
• Support identification of strengths and challenges from Indigenous perspectives and facilitate initiatives that address barriers and challenges to access to primary care for Indigenous clients.
• Inform and influence policy and development efforts of PCN members to embed cultural safety within existing practice, processes and policies within the Primacy Care Network’s clinics, through collaboration with the Indigenous Advisory group and the PCN leadership team.
• Collaborate and support the multidisciplinary teams within the Primary Care Network’s clinics, through participating in team meetings and partnership sessions.
• Attend and participate in Indigenous Health and Cultural Safety team meetings.
• Collaborate with PCN Leadership, the Indigenous Advisory and Indigenous communities and agencies to support defining Nation-based or Indigenous approaches to care and coordinate capacity building as requested (e.g., Lateral Kindness, Accessing Healthcare), improving access to care.
• Participate in on-going learnings and initiatives that support critical self-reflection and a deepened analysis of Indigenous specific racism as outlined in the Journey of Learning for cultural safety and humility, demonstrated through practice.

Who is the Campbell River & District Primary Care Network?
The Campbell River & District Primary Care Network (CRDPCN) plan was approved by the Ministry of Health and is supported by the Family Practice Services Committee (FPSC) and Doctors of BC. The CRDPCN will work towards networking health services, supporting patient medical home development, improving team-based care, and finding primary care providers for unattached patients within the Campbell River & District communities. The goals of the CRDPCN include creating an integrated system of care, improving care, and reducing racism to Indigenous clients in the region. With that in mind, the role of Indigenous Support Lead has been created to support the Indigenous Advisory Committee, the Indigenous communities, organizations, and members in achieving active participation in the delivery of quality primary care in the Campbell River & District.
Qualifications & Experience: 
• A level of education, training, and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline;
• Three (3) years’ recent related experience working for an Indigenous organization/program that includes interacting and developing relationships with Indigenous people and Indigenous communities;
• In depth understanding and knowledge of Indigenous culture, specifically the diverse Indigenous cultures within the Campbell River & District area; and
• Valid BC Driver’s License.
• Preference will be given to candidates of Indigenous ancestry.

What you bring:
• Ability to facilitate courageous conversations while supporting the creation of respectful relationships.
• Ability for self-reflection and personal development and demonstrated humility.
• Ability to build and maintain relationships through Indigenous ways of communication and coming together.
• Demonstrated deep understanding of Canadian and Indigenous history, an understanding of the roots of harm (colonization and racism) and the ongoing harm related to historic and current colonial policies and structures.
• Demonstrated understanding of the TRC Calls to Action related to health and the United Nations Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).
• Demonstrated lived and work experience with understanding and knowledge of Indigenous health and wellness, including but not limited to: knowledge of local Indigenous communities, including differences in respect to access to health services, health benefits and advocacy.
• Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of health and wellness services available, in order to inform and bring awareness of services and supports to local Indigenous communities including, First Nations, urban Indigenous, Inuit and Métis Peoples.
• Understanding of the significance and associated complexities of incorporating traditional Indigenous perspectives and practices within healthcare.
• Demonstrated awareness and understanding of lateral violence and tensions, rooted in colonization, that affect the wellness of Indigenous communities.
How to apply: 
• Please submit your resume AND cover letter noting ‘Indigenous Support Lead’ in the subject line to: jobs@crddivision.ca
• Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and early submission is encouraged.
• Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Other

Victoria & Area

Wildland Firefighter

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90938
Company: 
Osprey Forest Operations
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$20.00-$35.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Osprey Forest Operations LTD. is hiring for our 2024 Wildfire fighting season. If you are an experienced contract or BC Wildfire firefighter, or you want to become a firefighter, then apply now. We supply free (mandatory) wildfire training and can assist applicants in getting your fire gear together in order to deploy to fires. We supply most of the fire line gear (uniforms, PPE, etc.) to our workers. We are a very well-respected experienced Fire Fighting Contractor with 15 years wildfire fighting contract experience, working under contracts with the BC Government BC Wildfire Service in BC and AB, fighting wildfires. If you want to join our team this is the chance to do so in 2024. Most BC Wildfire Service Contracts are being re-issued this year and we are hiring for multiple contract types for our various BC Wildfire, including: Type II Firefighting (Select 8 person crews) and Type III Firefighting (5, 10 and 20 person crews) Crews, First Aid Services Crews (2 person OFA’s and Mobile Treatment centre), Danger Tree Assessor and Faller crews. Our Structural Protection Crew contract is being extended through 2024 as well we have added in 2024 a new "Large Water" contract (specialized ground support for water delivery for aircraft and Structural Crew support) for deployments all over Western Canada, including in BC, deployed from our bases in BC.

Our next training for this fire season is on April 6 by zoom class and exams and April 27th in person (Victoria) for fitness, pumps and other physical training to complete mandatory Fire Fighting training in order to be employed. For Type II candidates there will also be the mandatory FX Fit Test put on by BC Wildfire once contracts are issued. Completion of training does not guarantee employment but is mandatory to be considered for employment.
If you have an OFA level 1 or 3 First Aid ticket, Wildfire Training certification, Power Saw Certification, or PSO experience, these can all be of use to us and help increase your earnings potential.

The pay is very good starting rookies at $20.00 hour and stepped up for experience and other certifications (PSO, OFA, DTA, SV. Drivers) with lots of overtime earned every day and every shift. Deployments are up to 14 days (plus paid travel days), on 12 plus hour work days. That works out to 80 hours regular time wages, and 96 hours overtime (1.5 times regular rate) hours per 14-day deployment (plus travel days at the same rates). This does not include pay for double overtime rate pay when it occurs (often) for hours after 12 on any given day. For a new Rookie fire fighter this is base earnings of approx. $5,250.00 for a full 14-day deployment with 2 additional travel days. Hourly Rates for experienced people, with other certifications, crew leaders, etc., go up from that base rate in increments for tickets provided to over $30 hour, plus OT or up to about $8,000+ for a shift. Strike Leaders for our 20 person crews (Unit Crews) will be starting at $50.00 per hour.

No firefighters can be registered to fight fires in BC without being on either a BC Wildfire or Contract crew. So time and space is limited for this hiring and training employment opportunity. You will need to act on this quickly to register if you want to fire fight this year. For other terms and conditions, and descriptions of employment please respond to our email or call, and we can answer any questions you have. Apply to Ospreyapplication@shaw.ca or if you are experienced call 250-474-7993 to expedite your employment potential. We will respond to emails quickly with additional employment and training information to initiate uploading you into our system.
Qualifications & Experience: 
S100
S185
Power Saw Operator
Danger Tree Assessor
Drivers License
OFA 1 with Transportation Endorsement or OFA 3
All tickets considered an asset, employer willing to train
How to apply: 
By email:
ospreyapplication@shaw.ca

Comox Valley

Comox

Food Service Supervisor

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90937
Company: 
Island Health
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$31.85/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Island Health is Hiring Food Services Supervisors

Island Health is seeking Food Services Supervisors to join our team today.
Multiple casual opportunities are available across Vancouver Island, BC.

Are you an experienced Food Services professional looking for flexible work with plenty of perks? Apply today and connect with a recruiter to learn more about opportunities in Food Services with Island Health.

Food Services plays a vital role at Island Health, providing nourishing and balanced meals to patients every day and supporting our commitment to provide the highest quality health care services to the populations we serve. Supervisors are needed to oversee and participate in the delivery of food services, including supervising and coaching staff and maintaining departmental standards and procedures.

Our casual positions allow you to build a flexible schedule to suit your needs through our automated call-out shift system. You may choose to enrol in benefits and Municipal Pension Plan (once an initial period has passed), and you can participate in Island Health’s Employee & Family Assistance Program and Preferred Purchasing Program.

You can work at multiple sites, build seniority, and get paid in lieu of statutory holidays and vacation time (paid at 12%). Apply today to continue the conversation about how we can match you to a casual position with a winning schedule and significant flexibility for your lifestyle. Join our Food Services team and help us create healthier, stronger communities. We want to hear from you!
_________________________________________
Position: Food Services Supervisor
Location: Vancouver Island (various opportunities available)
Hourly rate: $31.85

Qualifications
• Graduation from a two-year CSNM-accredited program in Food Service and Nutrition Management.
• At least 1 year of recent related leadership experience in food services.

Skills and Abilities
• Must be computer savvy to work with a number of systems/applications.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
• Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.
• Ability to operate related equipment.
• Ability to deal with others effectively/conflict management.
• Ability to supervise.
• Excellent time management skills in a fast-paced work environment.
_________________________________________
Why Work Here?
Island Health offers health care services to more than 850,000 residents of Vancouver Island and adjacent coastal communities through hospitals, clinics, health centres, community based health units, long term care and assisted living facilities. As the largest employer on Vancouver Island, we employ 27,000 employees, 2,400 physician partners as well as hosting more than 2,500 volunteers.

We believe that our values guide our actions and relationships, shaping how we make decisions and plan for the future. At Island Health, C.A.R.E. guides everything we do:
• Courage: To do the right thing – to change, innovate and grow.
• Aspire: To the highest degree of quality and safety.
• Respect: To value each individual and bring trust to every relationship.
• Empathy: To give the kind of care we would want for our loved ones.

Island Health continues to be selected for top employer awards, including BC Top Employer (2024). Employees may be eligible for exceptional employer-paid benefit packages including dental and prescription coverage, group live, long-term disability and an extensive extended health plan, as well as vacation, leave, and municipal pension benefits.

Our Commitment
Island Health offers programs and services on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish, Nuu-chah-nulth and Kwakwaka'wakw Peoples.

As an organization, we are committed to cultural safety and humility and we demonstrate this through our actions to address Indigenous specific racism, systemic racism and the ongoing impacts of colonialism.

Please reach out to our Indigenous Recruitment and Retention team for support with your application if you identify as Indigenous at indigenousemployment@islandhealth.ca

About Vancouver Island
Live, work and play! Surrounded by ocean, Vancouver Islanders enjoy the best year-round climate in Canada with warm summers and mild winters. Imagine skiing, golfing and scuba diving all in the same day! The relaxed pace, easy access to outdoor activities, an abundance of art, music, theatre and festivals ensures that there is something for everyone.
Whatever the lifestyle you are looking for, we have it here.

Vaccination Notification
To keep our employees, clients and the communities we serve safe, Island Health is enforcing an employee mandatory vaccination policy which is intended to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. As such, Island Health requires Proof of BC Provincial Immunization Registration as a condition of employment, and any offers of employment are contingent on you providing proof of vaccination prior to commencement of the offered effective date. If an offer of employment is extended, but proof of vaccination is not provided, the offer will be rescinded.

APPLY TODAY

Interested in learning more? We want to hear from you!

Visit join.islandhealth.ca/food-services

Apply directly at https://islandhealth.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/192833
_________________________________________
Connect with us

Facebook: www.facebook.com/VIHealthCareers
Instagram: www.instagram.com/vihealthcareers
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/vancouver-island-health-authority
X: www.twitter.com/vihealthcareers

Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications
• Graduation from a two-year CSNM-accredited program in Food Service and Nutrition Management.
• At least 1 year of recent related leadership experience in food services.
How to apply: 
https://islandhealth.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/192833

Comox Valley

Comox

Cook

-

Casual

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90936
Company: 
Island Health
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$26.76/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Island Health is Hiring Cooks

Island Health is seeking Cooks to join our team today. Multiple casual opportunities are available across Vancouver Island.

Are you an experienced Cook looking for flexible work with plenty of perks? Apply today and connect with a recruiter to learn more about opportunities in Food Services with Island Health.

Cooks play a vital role at Island Health, providing nourishing and balanced meals to patients every day and supporting our commitment to provide the highest quality health care services to the populations we serve.

Our casual positions allow you to build a flexible schedule to suit your needs through our automated call-out shift system. You may choose to enrol in benefits and Municipal Pension Plan (once an initial period has passed), and you can participate in Island Health’s Employee & Family Assistance Program and Preferred Purchasing Program.

You can work at multiple sites, build seniority, and get paid in lieu of statutory holidays and vacation time (paid at 12%). Apply today to continue the conversation about how we can match you to a casual position with a winning schedule and significant flexibility for your lifestyle. Join our Food Services team and help us create healthier, stronger communities. We want to hear from you!
_________________________________________
Position: Cook I
Location: Vancouver Island (various opportunities available)
Hourly rate: $26.76

Qualifications
• Graduation from a recognized program in Cooking OR equivalent combination in education, training and experience.
• Food Safe level 1 certification.

Skills and Abilities
• Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
• Ability to deal with others effectively.
• Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.
• Ability to organize work.
• Ability to operate related equipment.
_________________________________________
Why Work Here?
Island Health offers health care services to more than 850,000 residents of Vancouver Island and adjacent coastal communities through hospitals, clinics, health centres, community based health units, long term care and assisted living facilities. As the largest employer on Vancouver Island, we employ 27,000 employees, 2,400 physician partners as well as hosting more than 2,500 volunteers.

We believe that our values guide our actions and relationships, shaping how we make decisions and plan for the future. At Island Health, C.A.R.E. guides everything we do:
• Courage: To do the right thing – to change, innovate and grow.
• Aspire: To the highest degree of quality and safety.
• Respect: To value each individual and bring trust to every relationship.
• Empathy: To give the kind of care we would want for our loved ones.

Island Health continues to be selected for top employer awards, including BC Top Employer (2024). Employees may be eligible for exceptional employer-paid benefit packages including dental and prescription coverage, group live, long-term disability and an extensive extended health plan, as well as vacation, leave, and municipal pension benefits.

Our Commitment
Island Health offers programs and services on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish, Nuu-chah-nulth and Kwakwaka'wakw Peoples.

As an organization, we are committed to cultural safety and humility and we demonstrate this through our actions to address Indigenous specific racism, systemic racism and the ongoing impacts of colonialism.

Please reach out to our Indigenous Recruitment and Retention team for support with your application if you identify as Indigenous at indigenousemployment@islandhealth.ca

About Vancouver Island
Live, work and play! Surrounded by ocean, Vancouver Islanders enjoy the best year-round climate in Canada with warm summers and mild winters. Imagine skiing, golfing and scuba diving all in the same day! The relaxed pace, easy access to outdoor activities, an abundance of art, music, theatre and festivals ensures that there is something for everyone.
Whatever the lifestyle you are looking for, we have it here.

Vaccination Notification
To keep our employees, clients and the communities we serve safe, Island Health is enforcing an employee mandatory vaccination policy which is intended to prevent the transmission of COVID-19. As such, Island Health requires Proof of BC Provincial Immunization Registration as a condition of employment, and any offers of employment are contingent on you providing proof of vaccination prior to commencement of the offered effective date. If an offer of employment is extended, but proof of vaccination is not provided, the offer will be rescinded.

APPLY TODAY

Interested in learning more? We want to hear from you!

Apply directly at https://islandhealth.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/192830
_________________________________________
Connect with us

Facebook: www.facebook.com/VIHealthCareers
Instagram: www.instagram.com/vihealthcareers
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/vancouver-island-health-authority
X: www.twitter.com/vihealthcareers

Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications
• Graduation from a recognized program in Cooking OR equivalent combination in education, training and experience.
• Food Safe level 1 certification.
How to apply: 
https://islandhealth.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/192830

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Supervisor

-

Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90935
Company: 
Keltic Seafoods Limited
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
$22.93 - $25.02/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Supervision of Operations in a fish processing facility.
Must be a reliable and dedicated team member- willing to be hands on when/ if needed.
Take pride in your work, producing quality product for our customers. Attention to detail is required.
Manage Day-to-Day activities of a fast-paced production line.
Coaching & mentoring co-workers to realize their potential.
Develop a strong relationship with all support staff. Participate in team meetings. Be an effective communicator.
Must be flexible with shifts (weekends and early mornings)
Work well in a collaborative group as well as individually.
Applicant should have a good sense of safety in the workplace & participate in setting a good example.
Assignment to other duties as required
Wage 22.93/hr (TBD based on experience)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Processing experience is an asset, but we are willing to train the right applicant
Supervisory experience is an asset, but we are willing to train the right applicant
Knowledge of the fish industry is an asset
OFA Level 2 would be an asset
Computer experience with emails, Word & Excel
Forklift experience is an asset
How to apply: 
please email resume:
hr@kelticseafoods.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Custodian IV

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Casual

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90934
Company: 
School District 72 (Campbell River)
Industry: 
Public Works & Services
Wage: 
$27.08/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Position: Casual Custodian IV
Posting #: 24-CUST-003
Location: Operations, Custodial Dept.
FTE: On-Call As Required
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: $27.08/Hour
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m., Friday, March 15, 2024

Join our Team! We are looking for Casual Custodian IVs who are hard-working, positive and self-motivated to complement our highly professional, knowledgeable and conscientious staff. Our Custodial Team provides healthy, safe and pleasant learning environments for the students of School District 72 (Campbell River). The Custodial Department is responsible for cleaning 22 facilities for over 5200 students using progressive equipment, products, and techniques. Upon successful completion of the hiring process, you will be working on a “CALL AS REQUIRED” basis. This will be primarily an afternoon shift.

Duties will include but are not necessarily limited to:
1. Carrying out all aspects of custodial work including the use of various powered cleaning equipment.
2. Creating a clean, healthy and safe environment for students and staff.
3. Cleaning and maintaining all types of floor surfaces.
4. Collecting and removing waste and recycling from all areas.
5. Loading and unloading of vehicles; moving furniture and equipment.
6. Providing his/her own safety footwear.
7. Changing lights.
8. Securing the facility.
9. Responding to facility emergencies.

The successful applicant may be required to submit a certificate of medical fitness as a condition of employment.

We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those applicants selected for further discussion will be contacted or acknowledged. The successful candidate(s) will be required to complete a criminal record check.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Required Qualifications:
1. Building Service Worker Level One or willingness to obtain certificate at own expense at the earliest opportunity.
2. Minimum of one year of recent full-time equivalent experience (approximately 1750 hrs.) in commercial/institutional custodial work.
3. Grade 12 Diploma preferred.
4. Valid Driver’s License.

Required Skills and Abilities:
1. Work in a safe and responsible manner.
2. Meet the physical demands of the job.
3. Establish and maintain a good working relationship with school staff, parents and students.
4. Develop a close liaison with other staff so that a team approach is fostered in the operation of schools.
5. Prioritize work on a daily basis.
6. Read, write and speak English at a proficient level.
7. Communicate clearly and effectively in a respectful manner.
8. Operate all types of cleaning equipment.
9. Follow oral/written instruction and established procedures.
10. Work from a ladder or scaffold.
How to apply: 
Apply for this posting on the Careers page on School District 72’s website at:
www.sd72.bc.ca.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Explore your Work Options with WorkBC

-

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90933
Company: 
WorkBC North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Explore your career and employment or self-employment options through WorkBC Employment services.
Learn about ways we can help you get hired or look into training for a new career.
Qualifications & Experience: 
We can help with:
* Resume help and Job leads
* Wage Subsidies
* Financial supports to help you start a job
* Career Assessment and Planning
* Training options
* Self Employment options
* Youth Employment and Careers
* and more ...
How to apply: 
Contact NIEFS to talk with an Employment Advisor today
Call: 250.286.3441 (Campbell River and area)
Toll-free 1.866.286.6788 (North Island)

No laptop, smart phone or tablet? Contact NIEFS Tech Lending Library at:
250.286.3441

Other

Skills Bridge: Foreign Credential Recognition

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Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90932
Company: 
NIEFS
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Introducing "Skills Bridge"

NIEFS is pleased to announce a new program designed to reduce barriers to foreign credential recognition and to create opportunities for foreign trained workers to transition their skills to employment in their fields of education within the North Vancouver Island labour market.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Skills Bridge will offer financial support to Internationally trained professionals to assist with costs related to foreign credential recognition. The focus of these funds is to address gaps in funding not currently covered by other programming.

Examples of the types of support available to eligible participants include:
Assessment costs
Language testing fees
Travel & Accommodation expenses required to pursue steps in credential recognition
Training costs related to upgrading required to secure credentials
Interpretation and Translation costs
Licensing Fees

The next Skills Bridge connector event will be held in Port Hardy on February 28th , creating an opportunity for North Island employers to connect directly with foreign trained professionals interested their industries and opportunities.



How to apply: 
To find out more about Skills Bridge for Internationally Trained Professionals, please contact Dianne Hawkins at 250-286-3441 ( toll free 1-866-286-3447) or via email dianne.hawkins@niefs.net.

Other

Nanoose Bay

Feller Buncher Operator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90931
Company: 
Antler Creek Logging Ltd.
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$44.14/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
For work in and around the North West Bay area. (Central Island)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must be fully qualified feller buncher operator with coastal logging experience.
How to apply: 
Please send resume to:
antlercreeklogging@shaw.ca.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy and surrounding communities

Skills Bridge in Port Hardy

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Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90930
Company: 
NIEFS - Skills Bridge Program
Industry: 
Other
Wage: 
na
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Qualifications & Experience: 

Are you an Internationally Trained Professional living in the Port McNeill or Port Hardy area?

Are you interested in learning more about time-limited funding that can help with foreign credential recognition and connecting with North Island Employers?

Come by the Skills Bridge table at the upcoming job fair in Port Hardy and connect with Skills Bridge Coordinator Dianne Hawkins to find out more about the program. Be sure to give yourself enough time to explore the 25+ employers/exhibitors from a wide range of sectors that will be on hand and learn more about opportunities in your area.

Bring along a resume if you are currently looking for work and be sure to dress warmly. The mall is known to be chilly.

Join us on Wednesday, February 28th, 2024, from 10 am to 4 pm
Upper Mall/North Island Mall
9250 Trustee Road, Port Hardy
How to apply: 

For more information about the Skills Bridge program, please call Project Coordinator Dianne Hawkins at 250-286-3441, or toll free at 1-866-286-6788

Port Hardy and North Island

Campbell River

Careers in Caring Info & Intake Sessions

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Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90929
Company: 
NIEFS
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 

About Careers in Caring

This program is designed to help you prepare for entry-level employment in healthcare, early childhood education or community social services, all areas forecasted for high levels of growth over the next decade.

12 week, paid virtual/hybrid training program for youth that want to earn as they learn

Explore pathways to high-demand occupations

Build relevant & marketable skills through work experience & training

Achieve basic certifications like First Aid and WHMIS

Connect with local employers

Meet some really great people
Qualifications & Experience: 

Program Eligibility:

Youth ages 16 – 29

Not participating in education, training or employment *unless precariously employed (defined as casual, variable hours, part-time or wages insufficient to meet financial living needs)

Legally able to work in BC/Canada
How to apply: 

Upcoming Information & Intake Sessions:
Attend virtually, or in person at our Campbell River location, 920 Alder Street

Tuesdays -March 19, March 26, and April 2
2:00 - 3:30 pm
or
Thursdays, March 14, 26, April 2
10 am to 1130 am

Seats are available on a first come, first served basis.

If you are interested in the program but unable to attend an information session, please contact Cassidee or Graeme at 250-286-3441 - toll free at 1-866-286-6788 and alternate arrangements may be made.

To register for an upcoming virtual information session, please call NIEFS at 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788

Campbell River Region

All North Island Communities

Virtual Speaker's Series: Careers with Kids

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Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90928
Company: 
NIEFS
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 

Are you thinking about a career that involves working with kids?

Considering becoming an Early Childhood Educator, Education Assistant, or Child Care or Youth Worker?

You won't want to miss this upcoming NIEFS Speakers Series Virtual Event!
Qualifications & Experience: 

Join us online on Thursday, March 7 from 10 am to 12:30 pm where we will be hosting a lively and engaging info session that can help you get the information you need before you make a plan for more training!
-Featuring 6+ employers & organizations as guest speakers
-Discussing opportunities and hiring needs within this sector
-Exploring qualifications and skills that are required or considered assets
-Identifying which training, education, & certifications are recognized & most wanted by employers
- Q&A, and more
How to apply: 

To register, please:
Call: 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-3441
Email: events@niefs.net

Other

Info Sessions: Single Parent Employment Initiative (SPEI)

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Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90927
Company: 
WorkBC Centre-North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 

Are you a single parent on disability or income assistance?
Qualifications & Experience: 

Single Parents on income or disability assistance may be eligible for funded training & other supports that can help them secure long term employment through WorkBC Employment Services.

WorkBC Centre-North Island offers bi-weekly SPEI information sessions that can be attended in person at our Campbell River location or virtually via Zoom.

Register today for one of these informative and engaging sessions and find out more about the supports and services you might be eligible for at no cost to you!
How to apply: 

Please call WorkBC Centre-North Island at 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788 to register for an upcoming session today

Port Hardy and North Island

Inclusive Job Fair 2024 - Port Hardy

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Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90926
Company: 
WorkBC Centre-North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 

FEB 28: 10 am - 4 pm

If you live in Port Hardy or the surrounding area, please join us for the annual, inclusive & in-person Port Hardy job fair on Wednesday, February 28, 2024.

Whether you are exploring your career options, or looking for full time work, part time, casual, seasonal employment, we will have a broad range of employers on hand for you to connect with.

Interested in finding out more about different programs & supports available through community organizations in your area? Be sure to come by the job fair!
Qualifications & Experience: 

*Open to jobseekers of all ages & abilities
*Meet with top local employers in person
*Bring a resume & apply on the spot
*Discover pathways to different careers
*Explore community based services/supports you may be eligible for

Participating Employers include:


Applewood Ford & GM
Badinotti Net Services
BC Emergency Health Services
BC Ferries
BC First Nations Forestry Council
Better at Home
Café Guido
District of Port Hardy
Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish Inc.
Immigrant Welcome Centre
Island Health
Island Health Indigenous Recruitment and Retention
Island Health Medical Imaging
Island Health – Protective Services
KEDC
Mid-Island Coop
North Island Employment Foundations Society
North Island College
North Island Community Services
North Island Gazette
NVIATS
Orca Sand & Gravel
Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce
Quatsino Family Services
Salvation Army
Save On Foods
Skilled Trades BC
Town of Port McNeill
Vancouver Island Regional Library
WorkBC Centre - North Island
How to apply: 

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2024
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Location: Upper Mall (North Island Mall), 9250 Trustee Road, Port Hardy

*Please dress warmly, the mall gets cold!

Other

Skills Training Information Sessions

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Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90925
Company: 
WorkBC Centre-North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 

Considering upskilling in 2024?

If so, this is an information session you will not want to miss.

Beginning Feb 15, 2024, join WorkBC Centre- North Island online or in person at our WorkBC Centre-Campbell River location for a 90-minute Skills Training Information Session.

This information session will provide folks with an overall understanding of the skills training support available through WorkBC, and clarify the process steps related to applying. We will also be sharing information on other training resources and sources of funding that may be available.
How to apply: 

To register for an upcoming Skills Training Information Session, please call 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Landscape/Construction Labourer

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Seasonal

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90924
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$22-$28/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Landscape/Construction Labourer needed to join our team.
Qualifications & Experience: 
- Bobcat and Mini excavator and construction experience would be an asset but not necessary
- Valid Class 5 Driver's License - with clean abstract required and own transportation available
- Must be able to work flexible schedule with some weekends
- Carpentry experience is an asset but not necessary
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
jobs@niefs.net

Or drop off in person at:
920 Alder Street
Campbell River B.C

Please put the Job ID number on the subject line.

Or fax:
250.286.3447

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Career Opportunities for Indigenous Peoples (First Nations, Inuit, Metis)

-

Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90923
Company: 
ICBC
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Position Highlights
This posting is intended for applicants who self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit or Metis) as permitted under
Paragraph 42 of the BC Human Rights Code. When you submit your application to this posting, you are applying to multiple
positions and will be joining our dedicated talent pipeline.
A member of our Recruitment team will connect with you to discuss your interest and experience and work to match you to
current or future opportunities that complement your knowledge, skills and abilities.
There are career opportunities within ICBC in a wide range of departments and functions located throughout British Columbia.
We offer permanent full-time and part time opportunities as well as temporary opportunities. The role could be a front office or
back office position, providing customer service and administrative support for an assigned area in this fast-paced, service
oriented environment.

The responsibilities may include;
•Performing a variety of customer service related duties including providing customers with information, responding to enquiries
in person, on the phone and via email for the assigned area.
•Determining the nature of enquiries, respond and/or redirect to the appropriate resource.
•Providing administrative support for the assigned area. These may include completing correspondence, maintaining accurate
records and files and entering, retrieving and analyzing data.
•Preparing and reviewing reports and documents for accuracy and error correction.
•Conducting searches for information on computer databases. Identifying and/or certifying and releasing appropriate documents
and information.
•Collaborating with other departments to complete work and resolve problems.

At ICBC, it’s our job to make sure the car insurance system works for all British Columbians, today and in the future. If you want
to make the most of your skills and expertise while growing your career, we want you. A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be
part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. You can expect a competitive
salary, comprehensive benefits and a collaborative work environment. If you are reliable and dependable, contact us today to be
part of our talented and diverse team as we work together to create an insurance system we can all be proud of.
We welcome applications from all qualified job seekers. If you are a job seeker with a disability, please let us know as
adjustments can be made to help support you in delivering your best performance.

Position Information

What we offer:
•Competitive Salary & Benefits: We are committed to providing industry competitive salary and benefits. One step we are taking
towards our commitment to Reconciliation is providing five paid days of Indigenous Cultural Leave per year for Indigenous
employees to attend ceremonial, cultural and spiritual events.
•Continuous Training: We offer continuous in-house training to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to be successful in
your role.
•Hybrid of On-site and Working from Home: We offer flexible working arrangements as we continue to support our employees in
balancing their career and life commitments.
•Engaging Culture: We promote an inclusive and diverse work environment. We have a dedicated Indigenous Employee
Resource Group (ERG) working towards the vision of increasing the presence of Indigenous employees at ICBC by building
awareness, understanding and support for Indigenous cultures and issues. It provides a safe space for Indigenous staff to
connect and access support.
Please note only those legally entitled to work in Canada at present will be considered for this position

Location:
Various Locations

Reference Number:
117983
Qualifications & Experience: 
Position Requirements

The successful candidates will have;
•Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
•Proven organizational, planning, analytical, problem-solving, customer service skills
•Ability to learn quickly and work independently
•Proficiency with relevant computer applications
How to apply: 
Please apply at:
https://onlinebusiness.icbc.com/sap/zicbc_unreg_job_search?sap-language=EN#

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Career Opportunities for People with Disabilities

-

Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

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ID: 
90922
Company: 
ICBC
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Position Highlights:

ICBC is committed to creating a work environment where each and every one of our employees can feel they truly belong.
Having a diverse workforce that includes people with disabilities is paramount to this mission. Fostering a hiring process that
seeks candidates with disabilities and provides an environment in which they can thrive can help mitigate current staffing gaps,
power innovation, and support a strong organizational culture. As a company we strive to ensure every candidate has a world
class recruiting experience. We therefore invite you to apply to this posting. When you submit your application to this posting,
you are applying to multiple positions and will be joining our dedicated talent pipeline.

A member of our Recruitment team will connect with you to discuss your interest and experience and work to match you to
current or future opportunities that complement your knowledge, skills and abilities.

There are career opportunities within ICBC in a wide range of departments and functions located throughout British Columbia.
We offer permanent full-time and part time opportunities as well as temporary opportunities. The role could be a front office or
back office position, providing customer service and administrative support for an assigned area in this fast-paced, service
oriented environment.

The responsibilities may include;
•Performing a variety of customer service related duties including providing customers with information, responding to enquiries
in person, on the phone and via email for the assigned area.
•Determining the nature of enquiries, respond and/or redirect to the appropriate resource.
•Providing administrative support for the assigned area. These may include completing correspondence, maintaining accurate
records and files and entering, retrieving and analyzing data.
•Preparing and reviewing reports and documents for accuracy and error correction.
•Conducting searches for information on computer databases. Identifying and/or certifying and releasing appropriate documents
and information.
•Collaborating with other departments to complete work and resolve problems.

Position Information:

What we offer:
•Competitive Salary & Benefits: We are committed to providing industry competitive salary and benefits.
•Continuous Training: We offer continuous in-house training to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to be successful in
your role.
•Hybrid of On-site and Working from Home: We offer flexible working arrangements as we continue to support our employees in
balancing their career and life commitments.
•COVID-19 safety protocols: We comply with WorkSafeBC and the health authorities of British Columbia to ensure your safety
and wellbeing.
•Engaging Culture: We promote an inclusive and diverse work environment. We have a dedicated Indigenous Employee
Resource Group (ERG) working towards the vision of increasing the presence of Indigenous employees at ICBC by building
awareness, understanding and support for Indigenous cultures and issues. It provides a safe space for Indigenous staff to
connect and access support.

Please note only those legally entitled to work in Canada at present will be considered for this position.

At ICBC, it’s our job to make sure the car insurance system works for all British Columbians, today and in the future. If you want
to make the most of your skills and expertise while growing your career, we want you. A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be
part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. You can expect a competitive
salary, comprehensive benefits and a collaborative work environment. If you are reliable and dependable, contact us today to be
part of our talented and diverse team as we work together to create an insurance system we can all be proud of.

We welcome applications from all qualified job seekers. If you are a job seeker with a disability, please let us know as
adjustments can be made to help support you in delivering your best performance.

Location:
Various Locations

Reference Number:
118012
Qualifications & Experience: 
Position Requirements

The successful candidates will have;
•Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
•Proven organizational, planning, analytical, problem-solving, customer service skills
•Ability to learn quickly and work independently
•Proficiency with relevant computer applications
How to apply: 
Please apply at:
https://onlinebusiness.icbc.com/sap/zicbc_unreg_job_search?sap-language=EN#

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Cook

-

Part-Time

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90921
Company: 
The Salvation Army
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$22.24 per hour starting
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Responsibilities & Expectations:

The Centre of Hope is a year-long drop-in centre that provides programs, resources, and services to the Mt. Waddington Region. The Cook prepares and delivers nutritious meals as outlined in menus in accordance with applicable food service and safety regulations.

The successful candidate will be responsible for:

• Preparing and presenting nutritious meals for the Centre of Hope guests and the Sobering & Assessment Program.
• Ensuring food services comply with Food Safe regulations, Canada Food Guide, and approved menu plan. Log all data as required for the kitchen.
• Makes use of and decides on the best use of resources, including donations, to minimize waste.
• Ensuring preventative maintenance procedures are followed for all food-services equipment.
• Maintaining the Food Services area and equipment to a high standard of cleanliness.
• Daily cleaning of the facility as outlined in the task list.
• Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications & Experience: 
• One to three years of prior cooking experience.
• Food Safe Level 1.
• (Alternative combinations of education and experience may be considered.)

We are looking for people who have a heart for people, empathy for those in need, and compassion for individuals struggling with addictions, dealing with mental health barriers, the street entrenched, and the marginalized.
How to apply: 
Interested applicants must submit a resume to:
EMAIL: marilyn.winter@salvationarmy.ca
Or drop off your resume in person Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm at:
Centre of Hope – 7305 Market Street, Port Hardy, BC

Please include "Cook" in your cover letter

We thank all applicants. However, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

PLEASE, NO PHONE CALLS

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Shelter Support Worker

-

Casual

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90920
Company: 
The Salvation Army
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$21.57 per hour starting
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
The successful candidate will:

*Monitor the activities of guests and be available for personal, practical, and moral support.
*Accurately record day-to-day happenings/incidents using established methods.
*Assist guests in accessing clean/dry clothing and laundry services.
*Coordinate guest care as it relates to security issues.
*Carry out inspections.
*Serve meals/snacks/beverages.
*Perform janitorial duties of the facility as required.
*Perform other duties as assigned.
*Consent to work a flexible schedule.

Please Note: Due to the nature of a low-barrier shelter, applications should be aware that they will be working with intoxicated individuals.

During the three-month probationary period, it is your responsibility to obtain the following certifications below, which are a requirement for the position:

*Occupational First Aid Level 1
*Food Safe Level 1

For Casual / On-Call Position: the successful candidate must be readily available for on-call and short notice. Reliable transportation to the worksite and cell phone access is mandatory. Available for all shifts, including weekend shifts (Fri, Sat, Sun), all day shifts (8:00 am - 4:00 pm), all evening shifts (4:00 pm - 12:00 am), and all overnight shifts (12:00 am - 8:00 am).

For Casual/On-Call/Part-Time (hours vary - open 24 hours per day; Monday –Sunday)

- Starting immediately.
Qualifications & Experience: 
A heart for people, empathy for those in need, and compassion for individuals struggling with addictions, dealing with mental health barriers, the street entrenched, and the marginalized.
How to apply: 
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter & resume to:
EMAIL: marilyn.winter@salvationarmy.ca
Or drop off your application in person Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm at:
Centre of Hope -7305 Market Street, Port Hardy, BC

PLEASE INCLUDE: “CASUAL SHELTER WORKER” IN YOUR COVER LETTER

We thank all applicants. However, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

PLEASE, NO PHONE CALLS

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Youth Peer Support Worker

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Part-Time

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90919
Company: 
John Howard Society
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$23.99-$27.54/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
In accordance with the established vision and values of the organization, works as a member of an interdisciplinary team to provide peer support. Plans, organizes, implements, and evaluates community-based recreational, social and/or education activities for youth aged 12 – 24. Encourages youth to participate in programs and activities through fostering the development
of relationships based on respect and role-modelling. Facilitates group and one-to-one peer support meetings, and plans and delivers information sessions. Acts as a resource to service providers and youth.
How to apply: 
Apply to (cover letter, resume, and 3 references):
Human Resources
Email:
Employment@jhsni.bc.ca
Fax:
250-286-3650
Mail:
140 10th Avenue, Campbell River BC V9W 4E3

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Sign Maker

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90918
Company: 
Quality DeSigns Ltd
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$18/hr DOE
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Sign Maker - apprentice or experienced.

Quality Designs Ltd is a busy, locally owned sign shop in Campbell River. We are looking for a friendly, reliable person to join our team who is willing to learn our trade. If you are looking for a fun, creative and ever-changing work environment, we are looking for you!

Shop hours are Monday to Friday 8 am to 5:30 pm.
Benefit package after 90 days (paid by employer) Pay increase as skillset grows.
Our ideal candidate will be looking for long term, steady employment.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Previous experience in a sign shop environment is an asset but not required. We will teach you everything you need to know to become an integral part of our production team.
Good hand/eye co-ordination. Attention to detail. Use of small hand tools and able to read a tape measure.
Willing to learn new skills and work with a team.
Able to work full time. Physically fit. Able to lift 50 pounds. Able to climb a ladder.
Valid BC Driver License is helpful but not required.
How to apply: 
via email to:
shannon@qualitydesigns.net

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Park Maintenance Operator

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Seasonal

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90917
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$22-$26
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Seeking applicants who live in the Campbell River area and are looking to commute to the park.

Duties may include the following:

-Landscape maintenance (Chainsaw work, raking, pruning, filling potholes, trail maintenance, etc.)
-Site Cleaning
-Cleaning Toilet Buildings
-Litter Pickup and Emptying Garbage Bins
-Painting and Staining
-Grass Cutting and Weed Eating

This is an ideal opportunity for someone outgoing who enjoys working outdoors. Applicants must be able to work at peak times which may include long weekends.

Full-time positions are available from mid-May through early October.
Qualifications & Experience: 
No previous experience or training is required. Landscaping, chainsaw certification, water systems operating experience or certification, and Danger tree assessor experience or certification an asset. Successful applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check before starting employment.
How to apply: 
Email to:
elkfallspark@gmail.com

Or email to NIEFS at:
jobs@niefs.net
*Please Reference Job title and ID number in the Subject line*

No phone calls please

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Park Operator

-

Seasonal

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90916
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$18-$22
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Seeking applicants who live in the Campbell River area and are looking to commute to the park.

Duties may include the following:

-Site Cleaning
-Cleaning Toilet Buildings
-Collecting Fees
-Interacting with Park Visitors and Campers
-Litter Pickup and Emptying Garbage Bins
-Painting and Staining
-Grass Cutting and Weed Eating
-Landscape maintenance (raking, pruning, filling potholes, trail maintenance, etc.)

This is an ideal opportunity for someone outgoing who enjoys working outdoors. Applicants must be able to work at peak times which may include long weekends.

Full-time positions are available from mid-May through September.


Qualifications & Experience: 
No previous experience or training is required. Landscaping experience an asset. Successful applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check before starting employment.
How to apply: 
Email to:
elkfallspark@gmail.com

Or email to NIEFS at:
jobs@niefs.net
*Please Reference Job title and ID number in the Subject line*

No phone calls please

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Loveland Bay Campground Host & Park Operator

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Seasonal

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90915
Company: 
Quality Recreation Ltd.
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$18-$24
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
We have a host position for Loveland Bay, which require care and quality upkeep, while covering days off for the full time hosts.
This position offers free dry camping and 30-35 hrs per week pay for basic campground maintenance work.

This is an amazing opportunity for the right person(s), especially those who love camping and want to help look after 2 of the most beautiful little campgrounds near Campbell River.
We look forward to meeting you.
Qualifications & Experience: 
You have an RV, motorhome or tent trailer, are easygoing, enjoy being outdoors, are able to work independently, and also as a co-operative team member.
How to apply: 
Please send resume with references to:
miraclebeachpark@gmail.com,

Or text 250-914-0140

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

General Maintenance

-

Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90913
Company: 
Aries Security Ltd
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Daily inventory of vessels and basic facility maintenance.
Familiarity with small engine power tools and machinery is a must.
Must be willing to work in all weather (appropriate gear is provided).
Successful candidate will be representing our community to greet visitors.
Permanent fulltime position with extended health benefits after three months.

Aries is a private contractor for the District, seeking for maintenance staff at harbour facilities. Potential to grow in other areas of our contract.

Starting wage is listed. Experience and certification will determine offered rate.
Review of performance at three and six months with opportunity for pay increase.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Valid B.C. Drivers License ( N is acceptable)
General maintenance includes lawn care, custodial, basic computer knowledge
PCOC, ROC-M and Marine 1st Aid valuable assets, but employer is willing to train
How to apply: 
Send Resume to:
admin@ariessecuity.ca

Other

General Operator - Site Services

-

Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90912
Company: 
De Beers Group
Industry: 
Mining, Other
Wage: 
$140,000/yr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Who We Are:

Active in Canada for over 60 years, we are part of De Beers Group, the world's leading diamond company. Globally, we are a team of more than 20,000 people, with operations in Canada, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa, and activities across the diamond value chain from exploration to diamond jewelry retail. Our unwavering focus on sustainability and Building Forever fuels our commitment to advance standards across the diamond industry, protect the natural world, partner with local communities, and accelerate economic inclusion to support diversity in our business and beyond.

In Canada, we have more than 600 employees working at offices in Calgary, Toronto and Yellowknife, actively exploring for new diamond opportunities, recovering diamonds at the joint venture Gahcho Kué mine in the Northwest Territories, and closing and rehabilitating two mines. We are also advancing the Chidliak Project to establish a technologically advanced diamond mine on Baffin Island using FutureSmart Mining™ principles.

At De Beers, we believe in the power of working in partnership with communities to create lasting, positive impacts that endure long after we recover the last diamond. Our inclusive and diverse workplace values mining with respect for the environment and nearby communities, and we seek team players who share our passion for Making Life Brilliant.

Safety
Safety first is a way of life for us. We are unconditional about the safety, health, and the well-being of our colleagues, at work and at home, and about that of the communities where we work. We aim to lead the industry by investing in innovation to protect people, who are at the heart of our business. Our high performing teams take accountability for their own and others' actions, work collaboratively, and always show care and respect.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI)
As a global #HeForShe Thematic Champion, De Beers is committed to promoting an equitable, inclusive and diverse workplace where we value and respect every colleague for who they are. We provide equality of opportunity to enable everyone to fulfil their potential. Please inform us should there be any special requirements that should be considered as part of your application.

Building forever
Sustainability is at the heart of our decision-making – it is how we do business. Building Forever is key to our purpose as it represents our ambitious and holistic sustainability framework and is central to our ability to deliver long-term value to our communities and partners. This shapes how we protect our social and environmental license to operate, build a long-term legacy in our host communities and earn consumers’ trust in our diamonds that they can wear with pride.

Inclusion & Diversity
We are committed to promoting an inclusive and diverse workplace where we value and respect every colleague for who they are. We provide equality of opportunity to enable everyone to fulfil their potential.

Background checks
Successful candidates will be required to complete background screening which may include a criminal check and validation of qualifications.

#LI-MT1

Be part of the team. The team that makes it happen.

We are the world’s leading diamond company, powered by thousands of people around the world who are driven to support thriving local communities, protect the natural environment, and stand with women and girls, focused on Building Forever.

If you like chasing demanding targets, thrive on making decisions in the pursuit of brilliance, and enjoy the support of the world’s finest experts, we have a place for you.
Qualifications & Experience: 
De Beers Group has an opportunity for a highly motivated and energetic individual to join the Site Services team at the Gahcho Kué Mine site based in the Northwest Territories. Reporting to the Site Services Supervisor, this position is responsible for, the ability to safely and effectively operate equipment and take responsibility for equipment and tools provided to carry out tasks. The ideal candidate will be one who enjoys multi-tasking, is results oriented and is committed to safe working practices, striving for zero harm.

Key responsibilities:

• Works with team to conduct job risk assessment and safe work plans.
• Operates equipment in a responsible manner and ensures proper pre-use checks are completed.
• Takes responsibility for the equipment/tools and their maintenance.
• Inspects assigned power tools properly before use.
• Follows occupational health and safety regulations.
• Conducts activities while being mindful of environmental impacts.
• Identifies safety hazards and seeks to rectify the unsafe act in a timely fashion.
• Reports any issue that may cause potential damage to equipment or its peripherals.
• Places all materials and equipment back to their assigned locations.
• Prepares recyclable and hazardous waste for ice road removal; and
• Conduct a variety of task as assigned.

The role is based within the Site Services team. This is a site-based position with two (2) weeks on, two (2) weeks off rotation.

• Valid Driver’s license or the ability to obtain a site license.
• 3-5 years of experience in Butt fusing HDPE pipe from 4 inch to 26 inch.
• Experience in lake dewatering.
• 1-3 years of experience operating mobile equipment such as skid steers, roll-off trucks.
• Ability to stand, crouch and kneel for long periods of time as well as manual dexterity.
• Carpentry and or plumbing skills experience (apprentice an asset) in facilities maintenance and construction.
• Knowledge in Confined Space Monitor, Fire/Spark Watch, Arial/Elevated Work Platform and Fall Arrest.
• Ability to build productive working relationships with all departments on site.
• Ability to take initiative and responsibility as well as be depended on.
• Ability to organize for the day’s task and adapt effectively and safely to changes in priorities; and
• Ability to communicate and approach work in a professional and effective manner.

Beneficial if you have:
• Experience or demonstrated ability in electrical, plumbing, carpentry, or other applicable trade.
How to apply: 
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Other

Wuikinuxv Nation

Early Childhood Educator

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 26th, 2024

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ID: 
90904
Company: 
Wuikinuxv Nation
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$27/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
WE HAVE A NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY IN WUIKINUXV! Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve (AHSOR) Program - Early Childhood Educator Position
Deadline: March 15, 2024
Job Type & Schedule: Full-time, Monday to Friday
Pay: $27 an hour

Job Description:
We are seeking an Early Childhood Educator committed to fostering a culturally rich, inclusive, and supportive learning environment, integrating our cultural values into early childhood education. We are ideally looking for educators with their Basic ECE but will consider those with their ECEA qualifications.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Program Planning: Develop and implement a culturally inclusive program that emphasizes whole child development and aligns with the Aboriginal Head Start (AHS) framework.
• Child Guidance: Offer positive guidance techniques and supervision, maintaining a balance of attentiveness and firmness to guide children through their learning and developmental journey.
• Creative Environment: Foster a setting where children can explore, learn, and grow in all developmental areas, embracing language and culture.
• Health and Safety: Ensure the ongoing health and safety of children, adhering to Health Medical Safety and Licensing regulations.
• Activity Leadership: Organize and lead daily preschool activities, special events, field trips, and open houses. Contribute to the development of a preschool curriculum.
• Community Engagement: Build and maintain positive relationships with children, families, volunteers, and staff.
• Communication: Regularly communicate with families, liaise with external agencies, and provide information to visitors. Offer recommendations for additional services for children when needed.
• Compliance: Adhere to the BC Early Years Framework, BC Child Care Licensing Regulation, the Community Care and Assisted Living Act, and the Aboriginal Head Start Principles and Guidelines.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications:
Educational Requirement: Basic ECE or ECEA qualifications. We will consider offering paid training to certain candidates who are interested in pursuing their ECE certification.
Cultural Knowledge: Strong understanding of child-care development, with an emphasis on integrating local cultural practices.
Certifications: First-Aid/CPR certification is preferred.
Other Requirements: Valid Driver’s License.
Soft Skills: Excellent communication skills, ability to work collaboratively and independently, and a strong work ethic.
How to apply: 
All interested applicants can submit their cover letter and resume to:
health_director@wuikinuxv.net with the title “Aboriginal Head Start Early Childhood Educator – Your Name” in the subject line.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Cook/Chef

-

Full-Time

Posted Saturday, February 24th, 2024

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ID: 
90903
Company: 
Sporty Bar & Grill
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$18-20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
Now hiring for our busy summer season. We have two full time summer positions available. Must be able to prepare quality, consistent and well-presented food items, and ensure all guidelines and recipes outlined from the head-chef are met and adhered to. Prepare and stock for daily operation. Maintain organization, cleanliness and sanitation of the work-space and equipment. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, as part of a team or independent, on evenings and some weekends. Experience on a grill is an asset.
Qualifications & Experience: 
This is a great position for students who will have to return to school at the end of the season. We are certified to train the right candidate for red seal certification.
How to apply: 
Email: sportybar@telus.net
Mail: Box 113 Port Hardy BC V0N 2P0
Or come into the pub and drop off a resume
Website: www.sportybar.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Receptionist

-

Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90902
Company: 
Campbell River & NI Transition Society
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
$23.47/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
This is a temporary position.

see job description.
Qualifications & Experience: 
see job description.
How to apply: 
send resume to:
lorih@annelmorehouse.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Library Clerk - FRES

-

Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90901
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$27.03/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
JOB SCOPE
Reports to the principal.
Takes direction from the teacher librarian or principal.
Responsible for various clerical functions in the school library/learning commons.
Assists with inquiries from staff and students.
Works without close supervision.
Performs duties of a confidential nature.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs general clerical duties pertaining to operation of the library/learning commons, including ordering resources.
Assists teachers and students to locate books, periodicals and resources.
Uses library management program.
Completes regular inventories of library books, textbooks and resources.
Maintains an interesting and pleasant learning environment including the use of displays and bulletin boards.
Ensures bookshelves are in good order.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent), supplemented by courses in office administration.
Courses in library science preferred.
Ability to type accurately at 40 words per minute.
Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with staff and large numbers of students.
Good interpersonal skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Working knowledge of library procedures, library management systems and classification systems.
Skill in operating standard office equipment, computers (including library management systems) and educational technologies.
Ability to do some book repairs.
Ability to handle large circulation.
One year of recent Library clerk experience.
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
mjones@sd85.bc.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Library Clerk - PHSS

-

Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90900
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$27.03/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
JOB SCOPE
Reports to the principal.
Takes direction from the teacher librarian or principal.
Responsible for various clerical functions in the school library/learning commons.
Assists with inquiries from staff and students.
Works without close supervision.
Performs duties of a confidential nature.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs general clerical duties pertaining to operation of the library/learning commons, including
ordering resources.
Assists teachers and students to locate books, periodicals and resources.
Uses library management program.
Completes regular inventories of library books, textbooks and resources.
Maintains an interesting and pleasant learning environment including the use of displays and bulletin boards.
Ensures bookshelves are in good order.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent), supplemented by courses in office administration.
Courses in library science preferred.
Ability to type accurately at 40 words per minute.
Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with staff and large numbers of students.
Good interpersonal skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Working knowledge of library procedures, library management systems and classification systems.
Skill in operating standard office equipment, computers (including library management systems) and educational technologies.
Ability to do some book repairs.
Ability to handle large circulation.
One year of recent Library clerk experience.
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
mjones@sd85.bc.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Library Clerk - EVES

-

Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90899
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$27.03/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 9am
Details: 
JOB SCOPE
Reports to the principal.
Takes direction from the teacher librarian or principal.
Responsible for various clerical functions in the school library/learning commons.
Assists with inquiries from staff and students.
Works without close supervision.
Performs duties of a confidential nature.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs general clerical duties pertaining to operation of the library/learning commons, including ordering resources.
Assists teachers and students to locate books, periodicals and resources.
Uses library management program.
Completes regular inventories of library books, textbooks and resources.
Maintains an interesting and pleasant learning environment including the use of displays and bulletin boards.
Ensures bookshelves are in good order.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent), supplemented by courses in office administration.
Courses in library science preferred.
Ability to type accurately at 40 words per minute.
Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with staff and large numbers of
students.
Good interpersonal skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Working knowledge of library procedures, library management systems and classification systems.
Skill in operating standard office equipment, computers (including library management systems)
and educational technologies.
Ability to do some book repairs.
Ability to handle large circulation.
One year of recent Library clerk experience.
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
mjones@sd85.bc.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Auxiliary Labourers

-

Casual

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90898
Company: 
City of Campbell River
Industry: 
Public Works & Services
Wage: 
$30.14/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
To view the detailed job description that lists all the duties and necessary qualifications for this position, please visit www.campbellriver.ca/employment.
How to apply: 
This posting will close on Sunday, March 24, 2024

Qualified applicants are requested to send their resume and covering letter quoting Aux-24-030 to:

Human Resources Department
City of Campbell River
301 St. Ann’s Road
Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7
Email: careers@campbellriver.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Clinical Counsellor

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90897
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$42/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Survivors' Healing Society provides professional counselling for people who are impacted by trauma and/or abuse from a range of circumstances. We support recognized and evidence-based approaches and offer counselling that is in-depth and some that is shorter term. Peer support and clinical consultation is provided.
Qualifications & Experience: 
We are seeking a clinical counsellor who is registered or eligible for registration in a professional counselling association.
How to apply: 
Please direct cover letter and resumes to:
contact@nishs.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Child & Youth Care Worker I

-

Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90896
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$32.34/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
TO CUPE LOCAL 401
Employees are hereby advised that the following REGULAR position is available. Applications should be received no later than 4:30 p.m. March 7, 2024

CHILD & YOUTH CARE WORKER I

Pay Rate: $32.34 per hour
Location: North Island Secondary School
Hours of Work: 30 hours per week (plus one hour for LIF 23/24), while school is in session
Start Date: March 8, 2024
Reporting To: Jen Turner, Principal, North Island Secondary School

Preference will be given to candidates with POPARD and CPI training. Candidate must demonstrate the ability to work effectively with students with social/emotional behavioural needs.
Please Note: The Board encourages employees without CYCW I qualifications to apply for this position. If the Board is unable to fill the position with a qualified person, the Board will fill the position on a day-to-day basis with a CYCW II ($30.60 per hour) or CYCW III ($26.16 per hour).

JOB SCOPE:
Reports to the school principal.
Supports students in the development of positive social/emotional skills that facilitate formal education.
May work under the direction of a teacher.
Works with outside agencies to support families and students.
May work under a flexible schedule.
Implements directives from medical professionals.
Works without close supervision.
Performs duties of a confidential nature.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Child and Youth Care Worker will work collaboratively with the teaching staff in developing individual social and behavioural programs to assist students in reaching the goals outlined in the student’s Individual Education Plan, Behaviour Assistance Plan and when indicated, the Integrated Case Management Plan.
Duties may include but are not exclusive to the following:
Participate as a member of the case management team and/or school-based team for identified students.
Assists with the assessment of the student’s family, school and community functioning to determine the environmental causes that may affect the student’s ability to function in school. Assists with the assessment of the student’s functioning and determines how it affects family, school and community.
Assists in developing specific strategies for students to achieve acceptable personal/social behavior patterns.
Provides personal improvement training to individual students, student groups and families as needs are identified through collaborative planning processes, in areas such as bullying, anxiety and suicide prevention.
Develops close working relationship with students and their families.
Assists with the development, co-ordination and supervision of all program activities (e.g. social skills training, academics, recreation, field trips, work experience, special projects, support groups, drug and alcohol awareness, personal hygiene skills etc.)
Assists students with the administration of medication.
Provides transportation to students as needed for appointments and/or school related activities. Intervenes in crises, determines, develops and implements appropriate management strategies. Provides and/or facilitates training in parenting skills if needed.
Facilitates working relationships with school staff, community agencies and appropriate ministries, as the individual student case management requires.
Acts as a referral source to and for the school, family and/or community services.
Establishes regular communication with families and/or guardians.
Submits verbal and written reports that pertain to the student’s social, emotional growth as required.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.

CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION:
CHILD AND YOUTH CARE WORKER I

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent).
A minimum of ten post-secondary education courses applicable to work situation such as courses in Behavior Management, Child Development, Psychology and other areas specific to the assignment.
Specialized training, as required, to work with specific students (e.g., CPI, POPARD, and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training).
Training to apply medical directives as needed.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with students with social/emotional behavioural needs. Basic knowledge of psychiatric and developmental disorders affecting children and adolescents. Possessing knowledge of specific strategies to defuse conflict.
Training in non-violent crisis intervention strategies.
Working knowledge of functional assessment of behaviour methodology.
Willingness to work beyond the school day to support students and their families.
Ability to maintain good working relationships and communicate effectively with school staff, students, parents and community agencies.
Ability to use a computer for record keeping and assisting students e.g., word processing, instructional software etc. Valid Level I first aid certificate or equivalent.
Valid B.C. class 5 driver’s license and access to a vehicle for purposes of work.
Good interpersonal and communications skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Two to three years of successful school and/or community related experience in the field of Child and Youth Care.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent).
A minimum of ten post-secondary education courses applicable to work situation such as courses in Behavior Management, Child Development, Psychology and other areas specific to the assignment.
Specialized training, as required, to work with specific students (e.g., CPI, POPARD, and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training).
Training to apply medical directives as needed.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with students with social/emotional behavioural needs. Basic knowledge of psychiatric and developmental disorders affecting children and adolescents. Possessing knowledge of specific strategies to defuse conflict.
Training in non-violent crisis intervention strategies.
Working knowledge of functional assessment of behaviour methodology.
Willingness to work beyond the school day to support students and their families.
Ability to maintain good working relationships and communicate effectively with school staff, students, parents and community agencies.
Ability to use a computer for record keeping and assisting students e.g., word processing, instructional software etc. Valid Level I first aid certificate or equivalent.
Valid B.C. class 5 driver’s license and access to a vehicle for purposes of work.
Good interpersonal and communications skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Two to three years of successful school and/or community related experience in the field of Child and Youth Care.
How to apply: 
Please mail all applications to: Secretary Treasurer, School District No.85 (Vancouver Island North)
P.O. Box 90, Port Hardy, BC VON 2PO or email to mjones@sd85.bc.ca
Please include a completed CUPE application, resume, transcripts and certificates.
CUPE-Application-Form-fillable.pdf (sd85.bc.ca)

cc: CUPE Payroll CUPE Local 401 Al l Schools
Port McNeill Maintenance Transportation
School District Administration Office
Darby Gildersleeve, Manager of Operations & Maintenance

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Plumber

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90895
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$37.85/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
TO CUPE LOCAL 401
Employees are hereby advised that the following REGULAR position is available.
Posted until filled or June 30, 2024, whichever comes first.

TRADESPERSON: PLUMBER

Pay Rate: $37.85 per hour
Location: District
Hours of Work: 40 hours per week
Start Date: ASAP
Reporting To: Mr. Darby Gildersleeve, Manager of Operations & Maintenance

DEPARTMENT: Maintenance

JOB SCOPE:
Reports to the Manager of Operations and Maintenance Services.
Performs a variety of tasks related to construction, maintenance and repair of school district buildings, grounds and equipment under minimum supervision.
May direct maintenance employees with other classifications.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs a variety of tasks related to construction, maintenance and repair of school district buildings, grounds and equipment.
Uses equipment and tools of the trade safely and skillfully.
Responsible for care of tools, equipment and materials.
Responsible for leaving the worksite in a clean and safe condition.
Plans and carries out work schedule with a minimum of supervision.
Lays-out, assigns and checks work of assistants performing the assigned work.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent).
Completion of a recognized plumbing apprenticeship and possession of a B.C. trades qualification ticket or a valid inter-provincial trades qualification ticket.
Valid B.C. class 5 driver's license.
Valid B.C. Gas Certification. Valid B.C. Cross Connection Control Certification.
Ability to maintain good working relationships with school district staff and general public.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Ability to plan and carry out an effective work schedule with a minimum of supervision.
Thorough knowledge of the current methods, practices, materials, tools and equipment of the trade.
Ability to use tools and equipment of the trade safely and skillfully.
Ability to consistently perform a quality of work at a tradesperson level.
Ability to layout, assign and check the work of assistants performing the assigned work.
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Two to three years experience as a qualified plumber.
How to apply: 
Please mail all applications to: Secretary Treasurer, School District No.85 (Vancouver Island North)
P.O. Box 90, Port Hardy, BC VON 2PO or email to mjones@sd85.bc.ca
Please include a completed CUPE application, resume, transcripts and certificates.
CUPE-Application-Form-fillable.pdf (sd85.bc.ca)

cc: CUPE Payroll CUPE Local 401 Al l Schools
Port McNeill Maintenance Transportation
School District Administration Office
Darby Gildersleeve, Manager of Operations & Maintenance

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Noon Hour Supervisor II

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Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90894
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$25.27/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
TO CUPE LOCAL 401
Employees are hereby advised that the following REGULAR position is available.
Posted until filled or June 28, 2024 whichever coms first.

2 vacant positions

NOON HOUR SUPERVISOR II

Pay Rate: $25.27 per hour
Location: North Island Secondary School
Hours of Work: 4.5 hours per week, while school is in session
Start Date: ASAP
Reporting To: Jen Turner, Principal, North Island Secondary School

DEPARTMENT: School

JOB SCOPE:
-Reports to the principal.
-Supervises students during lunch break.
-Works without close supervision.
-Performs duties of a confidential nature.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Supervises designated areas during lunch hour, according to established procedures.
-Keeps a record of incidents as required.
-Ensures students do not leave school property without permission.
-Reports injuries and behavioral problems to the principal or designate.
-Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
-Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent) preferably supplemented by specialized courses applicable to work situation (e.g. CPI).
-Ability to maintain good working relationships with school staff and students.
-Good interpersonal and communication skills.
-Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
-Ability to work outdoors in adverse weather.
-Valid Level 1 first aid certificate or equivalent.
-Related experience preferred.
How to apply: 
Please mail all applications to: Secretary Treasurer, School District No.85 (Vancouver Island North)
P.O. Box 90, Port Hardy, BC VON 2PO or email to mjones@sd85.bc.ca
Please include a completed CUPE application, resume, transcripts and certificates.
CUPE-Application-Form-fillable.pdf (sd85.bc.ca)

cc: CUPE Payroll CUPE Local 401 Al l Schools
Port McNeill Maintenance Transportation
School District Administration Office

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Administration, Payroll & Human Resources Assistant

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 23rd, 2024

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ID: 
90890
Company: 
Rivercity Inclusion Society
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
$50,000 PA
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
An exciting opportunity has become available to join Rivercity Inclusion Society, as an Administration, Payroll and Human Resources assistant.

Rivercity Inclusion Society began in 1961 founded by families advocating for their children who live with developmental disabilities. These families created the four values of Respect, Fairness, Belonging, and Inclusion, which remain at the heart of the Society today.

The successful applicant will be a member of the Society’s management team and support the team balancing office administration, Human Resources and Payroll tasks.

A rewarding position, this includes being the first point of office contact for members of the public, staff and clients, day-to-day administration, attending varied society-wide meetings and committees, running reports and reviewing data to ensure accuracy and compliance, administration of the recruitment cycle, including onboarding and orientations, extended health benefit administration, and much more.


We can offer you:
· Extended health and dental plan
· Municipal Pension plan
· Long-Term disability plan
· Group life and accidental death and dismemberment plan
· Paid vacation, statutory holiday, and other leaves
· Free employee and family assistance program
· Local discounts
· Working with an energetic team and having the ability to make a difference.
· Working for an established, local, not for profit organization which continues to thrive
· Extensive training, coaching and support. Ongoing learning opportunities.
And much more

This position is a full-time permanent position of 37.5 hours per week working Monday-Friday, on-site in Campbell River.
The salary for this position is $50,000.
This is an exempt position.

Qualifications & Experience: 
The successful applicant will have the following education, training and/or experience, and skills:
3-5 years prior office administration experience.
Post secondary education in business, HR, payroll or office management.
Certified qualifications in HR and/or Payroll are advantageous. An interest in both is a must!
Previous experience in a unionized environment is beneficial.
Highly effective communication skills and high attention to detail.
Previous supervisory or senior office administrator experience.
Must be extremely organized and have exceptional time management skills.
Must be able to multi-task to complete tasks with competing priorities and deadlines.
Ability to work without direct supervision.
Ability to always practice a high level of confidentiality and professionalism.
Demonstrates integrity, both to staff and clients.
Act as a role model for staff by contributing to a positive and respectful attitude to clients and colleagues.
Possess the personal qualities and attitudes as expected under the four pillars of -Respect-Belonging-Fairness-Inclusion.
Strong problem-solving skills.
Able to work in a team, also alone.
Ability to work within time sensitive deadlines, with confidential and highly sensitive information.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook email and calendar) programs, operating computers, voice messaging systems, fax machines, and photocopiers.
Must have a clear criminal record check through the Ministry of Justice.
Must have a negative tuberculin skin test result.
How to apply: 
If you have questions, or want to apply please send an up to date resume and cover letter to:
careers@rivercityinclusion.ca
if you would like to discuss, or have questions please call Vicky Reddish, HR Director on 250-286-0391, you can also visit our website at: https://rivercityinclusion.ca/careers-rivercity-inclusion

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Chef

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Part-Time

Posted Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

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ID: 
90889
Company: 
Fresh Start Health Retreat Centers Ltd.
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$27/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Fresh Start is a Health Restoration Retreat and Wellness Spa operating since 2005. We are a healing center where people come here to improve their health and lifestyle.

For a full job description, please visit our company job board at: https://freshstart.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=59&source=healthretreat

CHEF - 3 Weeks On, Alternating with 3 Weeks Off

COMPANY: Fresh Start Health Retreat, operating from 4384 South Island Hwy, V9H 1E8

POSITION TYPE: intermittent: 3 weeks of work, alternating with three weeks off

PAY: during the probation (three full 21-Day programs) $27; after training and probation goes to $28. Plus, tips from time to time.

START DATE: When the right candidate is found.

POSITION SUMMARY:

We are looking for a Chef who is passionate about healthy lifestyle and healthy food preparation, and has a minimum of 4-5 yrs. of professional experience. The ideal candidate has Red Seal certification or is working on its completion.

It is a non-management role. You do not need to hire or manage people. You may be requested to train new employees, just like any other kitchen staff, but this is not your primary role.

You enjoy connecting with your clients, educating them and making a difference in people's health.

You have a great sense of food flavour and aesthetic appeal, as well as adhere to high standards of cleanliness, a conscientious attitude to work, attention to detail and high efficiency. The ability to work in a very fast-paced environment and being physically strong is important. Good social skills, an excellent sense of humour and adaptability are some of the main requirements for a successful candidate! The Fresh Start kitchen team is incredibly positive, high-standard and "let's get it done."

We are a small close-knit team and for the safety of operation cross-train everyone. Our kitchen assistants are trained to prepare meals, and our chefs, including the Head Chef, do cleaning and dishes. We are looking for a person who is not afraid of any work, including juicing, laundry and cleaning toilets. Our goal is that everyone knows as many duties as possible and can step up and replace each other, as needed.

HOURS: The nature of this position is intermittent: you will work for 3-week periods during our program dates and then will have 3 weeks off. During the "on" weeks you'll work approximately four 7-hr days per week (=90-100 hrs. during three weeks). We run eight 21-day programs. There is a longer break in Nov-Dec. Please see program dates on our website at www.healthretreat.ca.

SHIFT HOURS: Morning Shift 7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Evening Shift 1:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Minus 30-min break. Most shifts are morning ones and may occasionally extend until 3:30 p.m.

NOTE: The number of work days and shift length time may vary, depending on the group size. Being flexible with shift times/ dates, as well as being ok with the fluctuation of hours is a must. You need to be able to work early mornings, evenings, weekends and plan your trips and other personal things around our program dates.

ABOUT THE COMPANY
Founded in 2005, we specialize in 5-21-Day Detox and Recharge, Physical Health, Emotional Wellness, and Quit Smoking retreats. We professionally guide our guests through Individualized Healing to new levels of vibrancy and well-being.

The Fresh Start offers a unique high-quality service with a focus on health and personalized client care and are the only business of such nature in Canada.

LOCATION AND FACILITIES PICTURES: https://healthretreat.box.com/s/myrmx5aju2sy4qlp95npuix0a1mhp760

DRINKS AND MEALS PICS: https://healthretreat.box.com/s/i6fa3y0z6djizwl0hwcbuunhhe0xws5b

OUR GUESTS' STORIES: the stories are long; please feel free to listen to the intro or the entire one

STORY 1 https://www.healthretreat.ca/testimonial-items/my-blood-sugar-has-normalized-completely-and-thats-with-zero-medication/

STORY 2 https://www.healthretreat.ca/testimonial-items/how-after-20-yrs-of-battling-with-hashimotos-i-lost-53-lbs/

STORY 3 https://www.healthretreat.ca/testimonial-items/i-overcame-resentment-towards-a-parent-and-love-and-grieve-that-parent-now/

ADVANTAGES OF WORKING WITH US:

Healthy kitchen, an opportunity to work with healthy, top-quality organic ingredients and various dishes, some free meals. Seeing the health transformation of the guests and making a difference! Small guest groups and predictable meal numbers, great positive vibe, incredible team, ability to interact with guests, beautiful facility and ocean-front location. Free access to the fitness room. Access to the Fresh Start spa services at a cost. Opportunity to learn more about a healthy lifestyle.

If you would like to be part of a vibrant, transformational team, if you dream of making a difference in the lives and health of others, as well as the Fresh Start’s purpose, passion and values align with yours, please get in touch ASAP!

For a full job description, please visit our company job board at: https://freshstart.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=59&source=healthretreat
Qualifications & Experience: 
CERTIFICATION/ SKILLS REQUIRED:

• Red Seal Certification or working on completing it
• Ability to prepare plated meals for a group of 25 people, with some meals customized to individual dietary needs (ex., gluten-free, diabetic, allergies etc.)
• Food Safe BC and First Aid (if missing, will need to acquire)
• Extensive experience in dietary meal customization

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT:

First Aid L1, Clean Driver's Abstract and Criminal Record Check, if hired (insurance company requirement)

PERSONALITY:

• Grounded, positive personality with a caring attitude
• Ability to think quickly on your feet, multi-task and manage multiple details related to different clients
• You enjoy a fast-paced environment: able to go up and down the stairs multiple times, lift /carry fruit boxes, and be on your feet all-day
• Ability to express your thoughts clearly, in an organized and engaging manner (will be needed for food demo classes, which we'll train)
• No-job-is-below-me attitude - you are happy to be a part of the co-caring team and do whatever needs to get done (clean, dishes)
• Cleanliness (you keep your workstation immaculate)
• You can follow the standardized procedures and menus
• Team player and adaptable
• Punctual, reliable and organized

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Prepare plated meals for a group of up to 25 guests, following the current menu
• Customize meals as per individual dietary needs
• Food purchasing

Note: This is a very fast-paced environment with a variety of tasks and a high need for attention to detail and cleanliness.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES:

• Do Food Demo Classes, as needed- chefs educate guests on healthy meal preparation and teach several food demo classes throughout the program.
• You may be requested to do some private food preparation classes (subject to the need).
• As mentioned above, we cross-train the entire kitchen/ housekeeping team in various duties. You need to be able to do any work, including juice preparation, dishes, cleaning and working in an assistant role with another chef. You get paid the chef rate for all duties.
How to apply: 
https://www.healthretreat.ca/fresh-start-jobs/

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Class 1 Truck Drivers

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

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ID: 
90887
Company: 
Wacor Holdings Ltd - Under New Ownership
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$28-34/HR DOE
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Wacor Holdings Ltd. is a heavy civil general contractor with over 30 years of experience in road building, civil works, underground utilities, demolition, landfill closure, site preparation, and remediation work. We are currently seeking a full-time, experienced truck and pup drivers with a Class 1 license with air brakes. A drivers abstract will be required.
Truck Driver’s with experience with Tridem, Tandem and Pup trailers on civil construction sites in a fast-paced environment preferred.

Wacor Holdings Ltd. offers a competitive compensation and benefits package. Hourly rate will be between $28-34/hr.


How to apply: 
To apply for this position please email your resume to payroll@wacor.ca

Campbell River Region

Black Creek

Lumber Yard Person

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

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ID: 
90886
Company: 
CV Cedar Sales & Fencing Ltd
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$20-$25/hr Negotiable
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, March 7, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Lumber Yard Person at CV Cedar Sales & Fencing
Growing lumber retailer is hiring a full-time Lumber Yard Person. If you like physical, outdoor work, and working with tools, come work with our friendly team. We’re looking for someone who’s quick-minded with common sense and who likes organizing things. Don’t have all the skills listed? We’re willing to train the right candidate. Compensation negotiable, based on skills and experience. Hours are Monday – Friday, 8 am-4:30 pm. Free parking is available out front. Great job for balancing work-family/personal life – no overtime is required.
Send resumes to office@cvcedar.com, or drop it off in person.

The Lumber Yard Person will
• receive and unload shipments of lumber, hardware, and other materials
• sort and stock shipments in designated areas in the Yard
• assist customers with loading purchases into their vehicles
• communicate politely with customers and keep them safe
• work with the Office in monitoring and controlling inventory levels, and communicate needs for re-ordering stock
• rip, plane, and cut lumber to specifications
• operate a forklift safely
• deliver lumber, occasionally
• maintain a clean and organized shop and yard
• follow safety procedures, including wearing safety glasses, hearing safety, wearing a hi-vis vest, and using equipment properly (such as operating the forklift with the safety of customers and staff in mind)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements
• Self-motivated and organized
• Attentive, clear-minded, and focused
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
• Physical stamina and strength to lift lumber and fence panels
• Willingness to work in all weather conditions
• Knowledge of lumber
• Experience with power tools
• Valid Driver’s License
• Provide a minimum of 1 reference

Assets: Forklift experience, construction skills
How to apply: 
Call 250-337-9100,
email: office@cvcedar.com,
come in person with your resume

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Physiotherapist (PT)

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

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ID: 
90878
Industry: 
Health
Wage: 
$61.17-$100.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, March 7, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Unique opportunity for established or new Physiotherapist (PT) in Campbell River. Established clinic under new ownership!

What the clinic has to offer:
3,200 spacious clinic / bright / prime location
9 treatments room
1 large private treatment room
Large gym with up to date equipment
Established in 1991 private clinic hosts long term clients
Largest physiotherapy clinic in Campbell River region with lot's of parking
Client base: Private, WCB, ICBC, Veterans, MSP
PT Aide to help with cleaning, treatment set up, managing files
Using JANE for scheduling

What we offer the right candidate:
10k - 15k - Hiring Bonus
Walk into an established client load - with room for growing a new client base
Preference given to full time PT - 37.5 hours or equivalent
Part time considered
PT can be an Independent Contractor with a split
PT could be an employee as well with a fee split
Starting ASAP or earliest convenience
Flexible on hours worked and work days in clinic
Mentorship in FCAMPT, PT & 2nd PT with 20+ years of industry experience, Orthopedic & Needling - IMS / Acupuncture
Mentorship plan available
Flexible in working at the pace the PT feels comfortable - booking / scheduling / management of case load to the PT's discretion.
Clinic is multidisciplinary with PT / OT / MT and looking to provide wider scope of health care professionals
If this is something you would like to explore further, I would love to put you in touch with the new Owner of the clinic!

Responsibilities:
Assess patients' physical conditions and develop individualized treatment plans.
Implement treatment plans using various techniques such as exercise, manual therapy, and electrotherapy
Monitor patients' progress and adjust treatment plans as necessary
Educate patients and their families on proper techniques for self-care and injury prevention
Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care to patients
Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records

As a Physiotherapist, you will play a crucial role in helping patients recover from injuries or manage chronic conditions. Your expertise in patient care and your ability to develop personalized treatment plans will contribute to improving the overall well-being of individuals. Join our team of dedicated healthcare professionals and make a difference in the lives of our patients in one of the most desired locations in B.C.

https://rehabstation.ca/about

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent, Fixed term contract, Casual, Internship / Co-op

Salary: $61.17-$100.00 per hour

Expected hours: 25 – 40 per week

Benefits:
Dental care
Extended health care
Flexible schedule
On-site parking
Paid time off
Tuition reimbursement

Schedule:
8 hour shift
Day shift
Monday to Friday
No weekends
Supplemental pay types:

Signing bonus

Ability to Relocate:
Campbell River, BC V9W 1C4: Relocate before starting work (required)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements:
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Physiotherapy or a related field
Valid license to practice as a Physiotherapist
Proven experience in providing patient care, preferably in a hospital setting
Strong knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and rehabilitation techniques
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team
How to apply: 
Please submit resume to NIEFS:
In person at:
920 Alder Street
Or fax:
250.286.3447
Or email:
jobs@niefs.net

*Please put the Job title and ID number in the subject line.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Dishwasher

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

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ID: 
90877
Company: 
Sporty Bar & Grill
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$16.75/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 6, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Must be reliable and be able to work in a fast paced environment.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Experience isn't necessary, but is an asset. We will train the right individual.
How to apply: 
Email: sportybar@telus.net
Mail: Box 113 Port Hardy BC V0N 2P0
Or drop of your resume to Chris or Jessica at the Pub

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Automotive Detailer

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

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ID: 
90876
Company: 
No.1 Autobody Ltd.
Industry: 
Transportation
Wage: 
$16.75-18.50/hr DOE
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 6, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
- Detailing customer vehicles: washing, waxing, buffing, glass, and interior
- Prewash vehicle prior to repairs. Final cleaning prior to customer pick up.
- Clean and maintain Courtesy Cars.
- Provide rides to customers when required.

We offer training for this position

No.1 Autobody is looking to add a Detailer to our team. No.1 Autobody is an independently owned and operated collision repair facility. We are also a proud member of the CSN Collision Centre Network, fully ICBC accredited, and have delivered professional collision repair to Campbell River, Vancouver Island and beyond for 40+ years. We pride ourselves on the reputation we have built for quality work, as well as our great work environment. If you are looking to join a company where you will be valued and that has a workplace culture like no other – then come work with us!

Hours of operation are Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm
Benefit package (health, dental, long-term disability) after 3 months
Qualifications & Experience: 
- Strong attention to detail
- Work well with others as well as on your own. Ability to follow direction.
- Good time management and problem-solving skills
- Personable, customer service oriented
- Reliable work history
- Valid driver’s license
How to apply: 
Please apply by email to:
administration@no1autobody.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Child Care Provider

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

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ID: 
90875
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$17/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 6, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
$17/hr to start which is negotiable.

Who We Are:
Kidz Connection is a large and busy daycare in Campbell River offering childcare for infants, preschoolers, and school age children.

Opportunity:
This is a full time Childcare Provider position which will include a benefits package as well as the option of free, full time daycare enrollment for child/ren of the successful candidate.
The right person will have the opportunity to become an Early Child Educator and the tuition will be paid for by Kidz Connection.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY for a working parent who needs child care while working and kids can be picked up from school.

The position is for Monday to Friday 11am-5:30pm
Qualifications & Experience: 
The successful applicant will:
- Have Class 5 driver's license
- Be 19 years of age
- Consent to a criminal record check
How to apply: 
Since we are a very busy daycare, please only send your resume and cover letter to NIEFS.
In person at:
920 Alder Street
Or fax:
250.286.3447
Or email:
jobs@niefs.net

*Please put the Job title and ID number in the subject line.

Campbell River Region

Strathcona Park

Backcountry Host - Volunteer (Strathcona Park)

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

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ID: 
90872
Company: 
BC Parks
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, March 6, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
This is a volunteer position.

Have you and a friend or family member ever dreamed of living in a remote cabin without cell receptions? Does the beauty and adventure of northern BC call your name? If so, you might be interested in being a volunteer host at Croteau Lake in Strathcona provincial park on Vancouver Island.

This role is ideal for those who love spending time in nature. Researchers, artists, and those looking to immerse themselves in the backcountry of Vancouver Island could thrive here.

The role of the host is to assist BC Parks by greeting park visitors and providing them with information about things to do in the park and surrounding area. Park hosts focus on visitor safety and etiquette and supporting the group site facilities.

There are several volunteer host positions available for one-week minimum term this summer. Shorter terms may be considered if a weekend is part of the stay. Due to the remote location, there must be two adults in the hosting party.

Applications are accepted on a first come first service basis.

Please contact BC Parks staff through the email provided for questions and more information.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Hosts need to be prepared with backcountry hiking, camping, and outdoor skills to ensure a good experience and reduce the risk of encountering problems. Hosts must be willing and prepared to provide basic labour to help maintain the group site and to be comfortable meeting and greeting park visitors at the backcountry site to provide information as needed.
How to apply: 
For more information about the position, qualifications, duties and how to apply, please see the attached Information Booklet or visit:
https://bcparks.ca/get-involved/volunteer/#backcountry-hosts
This is a volunteer position.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Auxiliary Fitness Instructor(s)

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Casual

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90871
Company: 
City of Campbell River
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$24.43 plus 12% in lieu
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The City of Campbell River is seeking Auxiliary Fitness Instructors to join our Recreation & Culture team, on an on-call, as needed basis.

In this role, you will lead, instruct, and monitor participants in a variety of exercise classes, strength training, and fitness programs.

For information on this auxiliary employment opportunity and to view a detailed job description that lists all the duties and necessary qualifications for this position, please visit www.campbellriver.ca/employment

This posting will remain open until the auxiliary pool is filled.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Our ideal candidate will:
• Completed Grade 12 (or equivalent)
• Possess and maintain valid certifications for the following that meet or exceed the British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA), Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) or Canadian Fitness Professionals (CanFitPro) standards, relevant to designated area of instruction in fitness department:
o Fitness Theory or equivalent certification
o Fitness to Music or equivalent certification
o Weight Training
Plus, one of the following:
o Third Age Fitness
o Personal Training
o Spin
o Yoga
o Zumba or
o Other fitness specialty
• Possess and maintain valid Emergency First Aid and CPR certifications.
• Have one (1) year experience in instructing and/or leading in a group fitness or weight room setting.
How to apply: 
Please send your resume and cover letter, quoting posting # Aux-24-FIT-1, via email to:
careers@campbellriver.ca

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Driller Blaster

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90860
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$38.86/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for a fully qualified Driller Blaster to join our Mid Island Forest Operations, located on beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $38.86
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 6x3 shift, 6 days on and 3 days off, 8.6 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Fully qualified with a current and valid WSBC Blasting Ticket for Forestry
Operations, including endorsement for remote firing systems;
- Must be experienced and fully qualified (minimum of 2 years’ experience) to
operate a hydraulic hoe drill with steel changing capability;
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience with BC coastal logging road construction;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3 First Aid
Ticket.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Must be physically fit;
- All applicants must have a valid Driver’s license;
- Demonstrated work history of safely and efficiently meeting production targets;
Possesses mechanical aptitude;
- Accountable and dependable.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479541&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Construction Labourer and Maintenance Person

-

Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90859
Company: 
Econo Ezy Box Storage
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$23/hr DOE
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 8, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We have competitive wages and will train on the site. Please no emails or phone calls. Please see Chris or Ted.
Qualifications & Experience: 
We are in need of a construction laborer, or construction worker. Some carpentry would be good but not necessary. Please bring in resume in person to our office.
How to apply: 
bring in Resume in person to our office at 1231 Spruce Street, Campbell River

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Heavy Duty Mechanics

-

Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90858
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$48.01/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for a fully qualified Heavy-Duty Mechanics to join our Mid Island Forest Operation, located in beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $48.01 plus trade premiums
- Hourly premiums of $0.60/hour on shifts that are outside the recognized day
shift
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 4x3 afternoon shift, 4 days on and 3 days off, 10 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Must be fully ticketed Red Seal HD Mechanic;
- All applicants must have a valid BC driver's license and be able to provide a
driver's abstract;
- Having a CVI (Commercial Vehicle Inspection) qualification is an asset;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3 Certificate.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Preference will be given to those with experience in west coast logging
equipment (Excavators, Yarders, Log Loaders);
- Highly developed machine diagnostic and repair skills are a benefit;
- Must be a self-starter and be able to work with minimal supervision;
- Excellent safety record and strong work ethic.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479542&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Excavator Operator

-

Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90857
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$39.72/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for an experienced Excavator Operator with BC coastal logging experience, to join our Mid Island Forest Operations, located in beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $39.72
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 6x3 shift, 6 days on and 3 days off, 8.6 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Fully qualified excavator operator with minimum 2 years of experience with BC
Coastal Logging;
- All applicants must have a valid BC driver's license;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3
Certificate.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Excellent safety record and strong work ethic;
- Accountable and dependable.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479543&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Powder Person

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90856
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$35.95/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for a fully qualified Powder Person to join our Mid Island Forest Operations, located in beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $35.95
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 6x3 shift, 6 days on and 3 days off, 8.6 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Fully qualified with a current and valid WSBC Blasting Ticket for Forestry -
Operations, including endorsement for remote firing systems;
- Must be experienced and fully qualified (minimum of 2 years’ experience) to
operate a hydraulic hoe drill with steel changing capability;
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience with BC coastal logging road construction;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3 First Aid
Ticket.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Must be physically fit;
- All applicants must have a valid Driver’s license;
- Demonstrated work history of safely and efficiently meeting production targets;
- Possesses mechanical aptitude;
- Accountable and dependable.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479544&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Window Cleaner/Exterior Cleaning Tech

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90855
Company: 
Peak Window Cleaning
Industry: 
Public Works & Services
Wage: 
$25 *after 30 day trial
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Peak Window Cleaning is the North Island’s most trusted exterior cleaning company.
Our motto is, "Peak Performance Every Time" and that reflects both the quality of the work as well as the work ethic we possess.
We have enjoyed rapid growth and are looking for that one exceptional person who can make a career out of this opportunity.

Compensation:
$22.50 during the 30 day trial period and $25/hr following the successful completion of trial period.

About the job:
- We have one temporary full-time position available for a “Window cleaner/exterior cleaning tech”.
- The job will run from early spring until at least the end of September and might become permanent with benefits.
- We nurture a fun positive work environment while helping our neighbours maintain their homes and businesses.
- We view our customers as our neighbours and take the time to get to know them.
- You will be challenged in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a positive friendly attitude.
- You will need an eye for detail in order to avoid call-backs and keep our reputation intact.

Responsibilities:
- Work safely at a fast pace.
- Work in all types of outdoor weather.
- Work diligently and professionally to satisfy the expectations of all customers.
- Learn and apply advanced squeegee and window cleaning techniques.
- Use a “water-fed-pole" to clean large commercial properties.
- Use state of the art exterior cleaning systems including a gutter vacuum system and a "soft-wash" house washing machine as well as a pressure washer and roof de-mossing system.
- Use ladders.
- Drive and operate a company vehicle as required.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications & Experience:
- Canadian citizenship.
- Must be double vaccinated for Covid 19.
- Grade 12 graduation certificate.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Previous experience is an asset but not necessary.
- If you have a great work ethic and take pride in doing great work, then you might already have what it takes to join our team.
- As a front-line representative of PWC, you will need to be well groomed and neat in appearance.
- You must be friendly, honest, prompt, reliable and courteous.
- If you are a fit, energetic, and meet the above requirements then you should apply.
- A criminal record check and clean driver’s abstract are both required.
- 5 or more years safe driving and a B.C. DL is necessary.
- Experience with ladders and fall restraint would compliment your skill set.
- Other skills that would be beneficial could include, construction, roofing, manlift operation.
- Some basic mechanical skills and trouble shooting ability would also be and asset.
How to apply: 
Send your resume and cover letter to:
admin@peakwindowcleaning.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Room Attendant

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Seasonal

Posted Sunday, February 18th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90854
Company: 
Black Bear Resort / Humpback Inn
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Hiring for housekeeping room attendants for the upcoming summer season. Full time, and part time positions available.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must be reliable. Must be able to work both weekdays and weekends. Must be physically fit able to lift 12kg. Must be able to work standing and moving at a fast pace for up to 8 hours in duration. Must be a team player and able to follow basic instructions and complete tasks in a satisfactory manner. Will train no experience required.
How to apply: 
In person with resume to the Black Bear Resort office or email resume to:
blackbr@telus.net .
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Golf Course Maintenance/Groundscrew

-

Seasonal

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90853
Company: 
Saratoga Beach Golf Club
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
starting $18.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are looking for a highly motivated person to join our grounds maintenance team. We offer an energetic, friendly working environment that is family owned and operated. Saratoga Beach golf club is a 9-hole golf course nestled amount the forest just blocks from the ocean. The course is 2,316-yard par 33 golf course.

If you love the outdoors this is a great position for you.

WHAT YOU'LL GET TO DO

Maintain golf greens, bunkers, fairways, and practice facility, to ensure they are pristine for our Guests.
Cut, trim, mow, and more, using a variety of tools and machinery.
Have fun and enjoy a supportive and collaborative role with an upbeat attitude that fosters teamwork.
WHAT YOU BRING

Experience in a golf course or landscape maintenance role is an asset, but not required. We are willing to train the right person.
Physical strength and a love for the outdoors.
Problem-solving attitude and a desire to make an impact.
Eager to learn and open to feedback.
Ability to think fast and react quickly, with a calm mind.
WHAT WE OFFER

$18.00-21.00 wage can be discusses based on experience.
Complimentary GOLF
Discounts on food and beverage and golf shop merchandise
Fun working environment
If this sounds like you, and you’re keen to work with us in the Spring/Summer, we would love to hear from you! This position is part time but has the potential to lead to full time.

Job Type: Seasonal

Contract length: 7-9 months

Salary: $18.00-$21.00 per hour

Benefits:

Company events
Discounted food
On-site parking
Golfing privledges

Schedule:

4-8 hour shift
Day shift
Evening shift
Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Work Location: In person
Qualifications & Experience: 
Golf course experience an asset
Strong work ethic
love for the outdoors
How to apply: 
Please email resume to:
saratogabeachgolfclub@gmail.com,
and write Golf course maintenance in the subject.

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Clubhouse Attendant

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90852
Company: 
Saratoga Beach Golf Club
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
starting $18.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Saratoga Beach Golf Course is a small business in Black Creek, BC. We are professional, collaborative, and engaging.

Our work environment includes:

Modern office setting
Growth opportunities
We are looking for an Attendant to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing excellent customer service, maintaining a clean and organized work environment, and assisting with any other tasks as needed. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, a positive attitude, and the ability to work independently or as part of a team. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking to gain experience in the recreation/golf industry.

Responsibilities:

Greet customers in a friendly and professional manner.
Answer customer inquiries in a timely and accurate manner.
Maintain a clean and orderly work area.
Communicate clearly and effectively with customers and staff
Ability to work independently and unsupervised at times
Follow responsible Service BC Requirements-Serving it right certification
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $17.00-$21.00 per hour

Benefits:

On-site parking
Store discount
Day range:

Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Shift:

4 hour shift
8 hour shift
Afternoon shift
Day shift
Work setting:

Apparel store
Education:

Secondary School (preferred)
Experience:

sales: 1 year (preferred)
Customer service: 1 year (preferred)
Licence/Certification:

Serving It Right (preferred)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Golf knowledge an asset
Customer service experience
Valid Serving it right certification
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
saratogabeachgolfclub@gmail.com,
with Clubhouse attendant as the subject.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Bucker

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90851
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$38.66/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
*Accommodations provided
*Shift Work
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Must be experienced in BC Coastal Wood
*Must have experience with grading wood and reading bucking spec cards
*Must be reliable, hardworking and safety oriented
*First Aid Ticket an asset
*Must have a valid class 5 drivers license
How to apply: 
Please email resume to:
jobs@lemare.ca
or fax:
250-956-4888

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Processor Operator

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90850
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$40.78/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
*Accommodations Provided
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Must be experienced in BC Coastal Terrain
*Experienced cutting with Waratah Saw Head (24")
*Ability to work independently
*Must have valid drivers license
*First Aid Ticket an asset
How to apply: 
Please email resume to:
jobs@lemare.ca,
or fax:
250-956-4888

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Infant Development Consultant

-

Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90849
Company: 
Rivercity Inclusion Society - Dogwood Place
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$37.55/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
An exciting opportunity has become available for a part-time permanent Infant Development Consultant at our Dogwood Place child and youth development center.

Providing services to developmentally delayed infants and their families, the Consultant will have an assigned caseload under the direction of the Program Supervisor.

We can offer you a competitive salary and benefit package, paid vacation and sick leave, pension and professional development. Union membership is required for this position.
Qualifications & Experience: 
he successful candidate will have:

A flexible approach to supporting children and families, be very well organized and understand the various resources and community programs available;
A high level of understanding regarding child development and the impact of disability and delay on growth and development;
The ability to support families in addressing those issues within a family-centred model;
Experience of working with infants and children with developmental delays within a consulting home visiting model;
Demonstrated practical experience in exercising independent judgment and initiative;
Excellent inter-personal and communication skills (written and verbal, including presentation and facilitation skills);
The ability to work as an effective team member on a multi-disciplinary team;
Knowledge of and experience of working with community agencies;
The personal qualities and attitudes as expected under the four pillars of - Respect - Fairness - Belonging - Inclusion
A degree in a field related to child development or the equivalent.
Experience of working with children 0-3 years with developmental delays, within a family context. Knowledge of and commitment to the principles and practices of family centred practice.
Current criminal record check as per the society policy.
First Aid and CPR
Valid class 5 driving license and business insurance
Access to reliable transport

Covid-19 Considerations: Covid-19 vaccination certificate / secured exemption (as per the Public Health Order) are required to work for the organization.
How to apply: 
email your cover letter and resume to Vicky Reddish, HR Director at:
careers@rivercityinclusion.ca,
or mail it to:
Rivercity Inclusion Society 216 - 1180 Ironwood Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 5P7

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Log Loader/Hoe Forwarder Operator

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90847
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$40.78/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
*Shift Work
*Accommodations provided
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Must be experienced in BC Coastal Terrain
*Experienced in Hoe Forwarding in Steep Terrain
*Experienced in loading off highway and highway logging trucks
*Experienced operating 4800 Size Madill's
*Must be reliable and safety oriented
*Must have a valid drivers license
*First Aid Ticket an Asset
How to apply: 
Please send resume to: jobs@lemare.ca or fax: 250-956-4888

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Senior Accountant

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90846
Company: 
City of Campbell River
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
$47.43/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
How to apply: 
For information on this exciting opportunity and to view a detailed job description that lists all the duties and necessary qualifications for this position, please visit www.campbellriver.ca/employment

This posting closes on Friday, March 8, 2024.

Please send your resume with covering letter, quoting Competition EXT-24-011 to:

Email: careers@campbellriver.ca

Human Resources Department
City of Campbell River
301 St. Ann’s Road
Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Chaser ( Grapple Yarder)

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90845
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$34.97/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Accommodations provided
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Previous Chasing experience an asset but not mandatory
*Must be in excellent physical shape
*Must be able to operator a chain saw
*Must be able to lift/Pack up to 90lbs
*Must be reliable, hardworking and safety oriented
*Must possess a valid Class 5 drivers license
How to apply: 
Please email resume to: jobs@lemare.ca or fax: 250-956-4888

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

General Labourer

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90843
Company: 
Campbell River Decks and Railings
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$25/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are a busy deck construction/repair & vinyl and aluminum railing installation company located in Campbell River, seeking a full-time employee for the 2024 season. Start date is aprox March 1st and end date is aprox October 31st.

A note for female candidates: For two years, this position was held by a female university student. We have zero tolerance for any discrimination or harassment on our worksite. If you are interested in learning some basic construction skills in a safe environment, we encourage you to apply!

The general labourer will be responsible for worksite set up and clean up, work trailer cleanliness and organization, and some worksite safety. You will be running errands, picking up materials, and helping the other workers as required. Our work is exclusively outdoors, so you must be prepared to work in variety of conditions.

The starting wage is $25/hr, with possibility of a raise after one month's probationary period. There is also a bonus for completing the entire season with us.

The majority of our work is in the Campbell River area and we will reimburse travel expenses for any work outside of this area.

We prefer non-smokers but if you do smoke there is absolutely no smoking on clients' property.

This is a great opportunity to learn valuable skills and learn to use a variety of tools. There is opportunity for advancement for candidates with a good attitude. Our ideal employee is ready to work, eager to learn, able to listen and focus, has good communication skills, and is polite.

Qualifications & Experience: 
Attitude is more important than experience. We would rather train someone eager to work and learn than hire an unenthusiastic, experienced labourer.
Must have own, reliable transportation.
Must have steel toed boots.
Must be able to lift up to 50lbs.
Must have a valid driver's licence and be comfortable driving a pick-up truck.
Must be comfortable with heights.
How to apply: 
Please contact Fred at fred@crdecksandrailings.com
Please include all contact information

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Construction/Carpenter

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90842
Company: 
Campbell River Decks and Railings
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$30-35/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are a busy deck construction/repair & vinyl and aluminum railing installation company located in Campbell River, seeking a full-time employee for the 2024 season. Start date is aprox March 1st and end date is aprox October 31st.

You must be comfortable both working on a team and on your own, a good listener, and ready for some fast-paced and challenging days.

The starting wage is $30-35/hr, depending on experience. There is also a bonus for completing the entire season with us.

The majority of our work is in the Campbell River area and we will reimburse travel expenses for any work outside of this area.

We prefer non-smokers but if you do smoke there is absolutely no smoking on clients' property.

A note for female applicants: We have zero tolerance for any discrimination or harassment on our worksite. If you are interested in a fun and safe environment, we encourage you to apply!
Qualifications & Experience: 
Looking for an employee with 1-2 years carpentry experience or equivalent in general construction.
Must have own transportation.
Must be able to lift 50lbs.
Must be comfortable with heights and working outdoors.
Must have steel-toed boots.

How to apply: 
Please send resume to Fred Perron at fred@crdecksandrailings.com
Please include all contact information

Campbell River Region

Klemtu

Hygiene Technician - Klemtu Smokehouse Facility

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90832
Company: 
Mowi
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
$24.02
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking applications for the position of Hygiene Technician at our Smokehouse
Facility in Klemtu. The Klemtu area, is our most remote saltwater production location nestled in the
Finlayson Channel and surrounded by the Great Bear Rainforest. Klemtu is a hidden treasure
known for its breathtaking scenery, and abundance of wildlife. This position is located within the
territory of the Kitasoo Xias-Xias Peoples.
Responsibilities:
• A variety of post-production clean up tasks such as equipment teardown / cleaning, quality
testing, record keeping and minor maintenance.
• Maintain workplace health and safety by identifying, evaluating, and controlling exposure to
chemical, physical, ergonomic, and biological hazards.

Please note, this is a remote, camp-based position (15 days on 13 days off) with flights leaving
from Campbell River. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Wage: $24.02 per hour
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements:
• Successful candidates will have a strong work ethic, be a self-starter and work well in a team
environment.
• Previous fish processing, plant hygiene experience or related knowledge, experience and/or
education is preferred.
How to apply: 
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter online at:
https://mowi.com/people/vacancies/

Closing Date: February 23, 2024.

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Youth Counsellor – Substance Use

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Part-Time

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90831
Company: 
John Howard Society
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$37.55-$47.46
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The John Howard Society of North Island provides services to youth, children, adults, and families with diverse needs.

For more than 50 years, The John Howard Society of North Island has been serving the community justice and social services needs of northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Our locations include office and residential programs, but our work also takes us into schools, homes, and other parts of the communities. We have a holistic approach, recognizing that safer, healthier communities are created through the combined and diverse efforts of citizens, organizations and governments. We work cooperatively with a broad spectrum of community agencies and committees, while also maintaining involvement in provincial and national organizations that seek to address the social needs of Canadians.

Job summary:

The youth and family substance use counsellor assists clients to assess situations, create plans, and take actions so they can meet goals related to their own or a family member’s substance use. By establishing supportive and trusting relationships with youth, the counsellor aims to reduce risk, promote positive choices for a healthier lifestyle, and support youths’ connections, stability, and attachment to family and community. The counsellor is also available to the community as an information resource and consultant

17.5 hrs/ week

Closing date: : February 26, 2024, at 4:30 pm. If the position is not filled by this date, it will remain open until filled.

Diversity:

The John Howard Society of North Island welcomes applications from all qualified applicants including but not limited by those of any gender, race, orientation, or disability. Multilingual skills and multicultural competence are assets.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Job requirements:

Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH452 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Youth-Counsellor-Substance-Use-JH452.pdf
How to apply: 
Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH452 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Youth-Counsellor-Substance-Use-JH452.pdf

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Assistant Program Manager JH454

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90830
Company: 
John Howard Society
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$41.78-$51.14
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The John Howard Society of North Island provides services to youth, children, adults, and families with diverse needs.

For more than 50 years, The John Howard Society of North Island has been serving the community justice and social services needs of northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Our locations include office and residential programs, but our work also takes us into schools, homes, and other parts of the communities. We have a holistic approach, recognizing that safer, healthier communities are created through the combined and diverse efforts of citizens, organizations and governments. We work cooperatively with a broad spectrum of community agencies and committees, while also maintaining involvement in provincial and national organizations that seek to address the social needs of Canadians.

Job summary:

Assists the Program Manager in their general duties including planning, administration, communication, training, and policy development. Oversees day-to-day operations of one or more programs and staff to ensure goals and objectives of John Howard are met. On rare occasions, may provide direct service to clients.

35 hrs per week

Closing date: : February 26 at 4:30pm. If the position is not filled by this date, it will remain open until filled.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Job requirements:

Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH454 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Assistant-Program-Manager-JH454.pdf

Diversity:

The John Howard Society of North Island welcomes applications from all qualified applicants including but not limited by those of any gender, race, orientation, or disability. Multilingual skills and multicultural competence are assets.
How to apply: 
Job requirements:

Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH454 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Assistant-Program-Manager-JH454.pdf

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Administrative Supervisor

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Contract

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90829
Company: 
Alitis Investment Counsel
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
$62,500 - $65,500/year
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking an accomplished administrative professional to step into the shoes of our current supervisor going on maternity leave. This role will focus on setting an example for top-rated customer service skills, utilizing natural administrative abilities, and fostering authentic but professional
management and oversight to the Client Services team. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in hiring and training new staff, establishing a healthy work culture while providing conflict resolution as needed, and understanding the intricacies of the financial services and its compliance requirements.

Reporting to the Head of Private Client, our next Administrator Supervisor will lead the team members performing private client administration and reception. You will be the backbone of our front office and strive to ensure a seamless, positive experience for your team, management and, most importantly, our
clients.

A day in the life…
● Oversee and lead the client administrator and reception operations
● Monitor administrative team’s workload to allow for fair, manageable work allocation
● Maintain open communication with advisors and Alitis management regarding team capacity
● Approve and coordinate time-off requests for the client administration team
● Take ownership of hiring and training new administration members as required, including
onboarding
● Provide support for career growth and development to the administration team, including
conducting performance reviews
● Create, implement and document new processes as required
● Review and improve current processes as required
● Oversee corrections process and approve a certain range (LOI)
● Ensure open workflow and optimized processes between front and back office
● Track and report fairly and accurately on administrative work to management teams
● Cultivate a positive but professional work culture
● Ad-hoc administrative support when required
Qualifications & Experience: 
● 3-5 years’ working experience in the financial services industry or similarly regulated industry in
an administrative capacity
● 3+ years’ team management experience in a busy office environment
● Comfortable working on a contract basis
● Willingness to travel to our other locations (Comox and Victoria) as required
● Prior working experience with CRMs and/or trading and reporting systems
● Prior experience in HR practices (hiring, onboarding, etc.) will be considered an asset
● Strong conflict resolution skills, especially in a workplace
● Exceptional attention to detail and keen ability to work efficiently but accurately
● Excellent organizational and time-management skills, with the ability to work to tight deadlines in
a fast-paced environment
● Ability to problem solve, use good judgement, and maintain confidentiality
● Confidence to speak with clients, colleagues and vendors in person, by phone or by email
● Excellent customer service skills
● Professional conduct and ability to communicate clearly in writing
● Experience working with Microsoft Office products, including Microsoft Teams

Who we are
Located in beautiful Campbell River, BC, Alitis Investment Counsel is a boutique investment firm focused on outstanding customer service, intelligent financial strategies, and a hands-on approach. Created in 2009, Alitis was born out of a need for a new investment strategy to help investors survive market
fluctuations. Now focusing on alternative investments, like private real estate, private equity and private mortgages, Alitis has revisioned safeguarding clients’ portfolios to offset market volatility and protect hard-earned returns.

The firm proudly manages over $460 million in assets, has over 20 team members, and has offices in Campbell River, Comox and Victoria.

This is a 15-month maternity leave contract, with the possibility of an extension
Alitis Investment Counsel also offers a competitive salary, team bonus, paid time off, and a comprehensive group benefits program.
How to apply: 
Send your resume with your name + Administrator Supervisor - Alitis in the subject line to careers@reimaginework.ca.

We come from a range of backgrounds and diverse lived experiences – this makes us better at what we do. We strongly encourage applications from all people including those from marginalized communities, such as BIPOC, LGBTQ2s+, and people with disabilities.

Alitis is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse environment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age.

We can’t wait to meet you.

We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Maintenance Tradesperson (Painter)

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Casual

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90828
Company: 
School District 72 (Campbell River)
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$37.83/hr
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Position: Casual Maintenance Tradesperson (Painter)
Posting Number: 24-MAINT-005
Location: Operations Department
Hours/Day: On-Call as Required
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: $37.83/Hour
Application Deadline: February 26, 2024


Applications are invited for the position of Casual Maintenance Tradesperson (Painter), on an as needed basis, effective as soon as possible after the posting and recruitment process is completed.

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Carries out painting work including the use of various powered equipment.
2. Develop a close liaison with other staff so that a team approach is developed in the operation of schools and painting maintenance work.
3. Works from oral and/or written instruction and to established procedures, including ability to read construction drawings and specifications.
4. Uses hand and power tools / equipment and materials associated with performing assigned duties, cleans and stores tools and equipment as required.
5. Responds to emergency situations when required.
6. Provides his or her own personal tools and safety footwear.
7. Other duties as assigned.

The successful applicant may be required to submit a certificate of medical fitness as a condition of employment.

The rate of pay for this position is in accordance with the current collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 723.

School District 72 operates throughout a large geographic area. Campbell River and Quadra Island schools and our school board office are located on the traditional territory of the Liǧʷiɫdax̌ʷ people. School District 72 also encompasses the traditional territory of the Klahoose (Cortes), K’ómoks (Sayward), and Xwe’malhkwu (Bute Inlet) First Nations.

The District also respects and values the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

Qualifications & Experience: 
1. Ability to read, write, and effectively communicate orally in English.
2. Must hold a valid B.C. TQ and/or interprovincial TQ ticket as a painter.
3. Minimum two years of recent full-time equivalent commercial/residential painting experience (approximately 3500 hrs.) as a painter, including brush, roller and spray.
4. Experience in the application of a variety of vinyl, commercial type wall coverings and window films.
5. Successful completion of courses in WHMIS and Fall Protection preferred.
6. Physical ability to perform all assigned tasks, including heavy lifting of up to 50 lbs.
7. Have a clear understanding of all painting related procedures and equipment.
8. Ability to establish and maintain a satisfactory relationship with school administration, parents, staff and students.
9. Ability to work at heights including a ladder, scaffold or scissor lift.
10. Ability to organize work.
11. Hold a valid B.C. Driver’s License Class 5 minimum.
12. Ability to use personal protective equipment.
13. Grade 12 Diploma.
How to apply: 
Apply on the Careers page on our website.