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Posted: Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Chartwell Resource Group Ltd. is an established consulting firm that provides innovative solutions and outstanding quality services to solve challenging issues in the natural resource sector. Serving a diverse client base, our highly skilled and collaborative team of Engineers, Foresters, Project Managers, GIS Specialists, and Biologists strive to deliver solutions that are operationally practical and environmentally responsible.

WE ARE LOOKING TO HIRE MULTIPLE SEASONAL STAFF IN VARIOUS POSITIONS FOR THE 2023 FIELD SEASON. WE ARE LOOKING FOR CANDIDATES TO FILL OPERATIONAL FORESTRY, VEGETATION MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SUPPORT POSITIONS ACROSS OUR FOUR OFFICE LOCATIONS (NORTH VANCOUVER, SQUAMISH, CHILLIWACK AND SECHELT).

What We Offer:
? A diverse range of work with a multitude of clients
? 4 or 8 month work terms under the supervision of one of our 29 ABCFP or EGBC accredited members
? A fun and professional safety-first work environment
? Detailed on-the-job training and mentorship programs with our many professionals
? Opportunities to grow and build your career in a team environment that recognizes talent
? A competitive wage, paid training, travel and meal per diems

Operational Forestry:
? Field layout of cutblocks and roads
? Preparation of project deliverable documents for cutting and road permit applications
? Assisting with road inspection and deactivation prescriptions
? Powerline and Independent Power Producer (IPP) project assistance
? Silviculture assessments

Vegetation Management:
? Utility Right-of-Way Vegetation Layout, Patrolling and Inspections
? Data collection using ArcGIS Field Maps and Survey123
? Office-based activities - Vegetation Management package preparation and Patrol Reviews
? Communication with landowners and contractors

Professional Engineering Support:
? Field based position conducting crossing site surveys
? Road inventory inspections
? Experience with Total Stations and Real-Time Kinematic GPS is an asset

Qualifications:
? Enrolled in, or have graduated from a relevant post-secondary program, with an interest in pursuing a career in the natural resource industry
? Preference will be given to those with field experience
? Ability to identify tree species and vegetation
? Basic orienteering skills
? Strong organizational skills and a working knowledge of applicable computer software (Microsoft Office, RoadEng, iPad, SurveyPro, etc.)
? Ability to execute daily physical activities with endurance and strength
? Valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence

Application:
If you are interested in working with us, please forward your resume with a cover letter to forestryteam@crgl.ca. Please indicate in your application which position and office you are applying for.Applications will be accepted until October 31st, 2022. We look forward to hearing from you! We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted
Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2022
 
 
 
 
Employment Opportunity – Maintenance Apprentice
Corner Brook - Material Recycling Facility (MRF)
 
Scotia Recycling Limited (SRL), a member of the Scotia Investments Limited (SIL) family of companies, is an operator of Atlantic Canada’s leading ­­­recycling facilities located in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland. With an approximate workforce of 200 dedicated employees, we specialize in the collection, processing, sales, and brokerage of recyclable materials, and are a proven industry leader that have been in operation since 1976.
Position Overview
Reporting to the Maintenance Lead, the Maintenance Apprentice is responsible to support the maintenance, repair or replacement of facility and operations assets and systems, to ensure maximum safety, reliability, production, and quality, while supporting the policies, goals and objectives of the company.
Responsibilities include all aspects of the maintenance function for the Corner Brook facility with some support of the Stephenville, NL facility as required. The incumbent will provide routine maintenance for all equipment (balers, conveyors, etc.), rolling equipment (trucks, trailers, forklifts, skidsteers, etc.), and the building itself. This includes coordinating maintenance repairs, source/purchase parts/service and orientate contractors. The incumbent will ensure all safe operating procedures are being followed (e.g. PPE, safety, preventative maintenance, etc.) and leads by example.
Responsibilities:
· Work in safe and efficient manner with a focus on equipment optimization and reliability
· Review and monitor the operation of plant equipment and systems constantly, to minimize unplanned downtime, anticipate and solve problems in a timely manner, and to identify opportunities for improvement
· Maintain an inventory of critical parts and other supplies
· Annual inspections scheduling & completion
· Monitors operation of plant equipment and systems
· Initiates and carries out projects that improve efficiency and/or reduce operating costs
· Tracks, analyzes and improves key maintenance parameters such as asset utilization, maintenance cost, PM compliance, schedule compliance, etc.
· Visual inspections and responsible to report any deficiencies, damage with equipment including discrepancies on pre-shift reports for mobile equipment
Required Qualifications:
· A minimum of one-year college diploma in a related technical field or from a trade school in a related field
· Minimum of two years’ experience in the maintenance and/or operation of a process manufacturing facility or equivalent combination of education and experience.
 
Scotia Recycling offers an industry competitive salary, full benefits package and an opportunity for long-term professional development and career growth within the Scotia investments Family of Companies. If you are interested in this challenging opportunity, please submit a resume and cover letter to:  srl-recruitment@scotiarecycling.com
 
Scotia Recycling is an equal opportunity organization. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
 
Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
LEISURE AGENT
 
Position Overview 
 
As a key member of the Leisure Team in Montreal, the Travel Advisor will be responsible planning itineraries, arranging accommodations and other travel services for clients of Vision Travel clients. This role will work closely with Leisure Travel team members and report to the Team Manager.
 
Responsibilities
 
  • Invoicing administration duties, mailbox distribution, brochure distribution, mailing assistance, greets clients and assists.
  • Confers with clients to determine destination, mode of transportation, appropriate travel dates, financial considerations, and accommodations required for domestic and international travel.
  • Provides client with area-specific travel information such as geographic features, local customs, restaurants, special events, and points of interest.
  • Imparts international travel information to client, such as passport, visa, and inoculation requirements, customs regulations, and currency exchange rates.
  • Consults published and online sources to analyze and evaluate times, routings, fares, car rentals, accommodation ratings, inclusions, and cruises.
  • Prepares tentative plans and suitable alternatives, answers client objections, and closes sale by obtaining client approval.
  • Computes costs of travel, accommodations, requested travel insurance coverage, and package tours.
  • Uses computerized reservation and ticketing systems to book transportation and hotel reservations, and issue itineraries.
  • Prints or requests transportation carrier tickets or ticketless itineraries with computer system or system link to travel carrier.
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Collects deposits and payment for transportation and accommodations from clients and confirms all reservations prior to travel.
  • Customizes individual travel packages to accommodate special needs.
  • Designs, arranges, and sells tours and group packages. 
  • Sells promotional travel incentives offered by various travel carriers.
  • Promotes services with group presentations, advertising displays, and company-sponsored trips.
  • Serves as general resource for client, and researches client problems and resolves issues.
  
Basic Qualifications
 
  • 2+ years of travel agency experience
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Software
  • Demonstrated professional customer service skills
  • Capability of maintaining a favorable company image when interfacing with outside sources
  • Proven pursuit of learning and self-development
  • Ability to demonstrate personal and organizational integrity
  • Capability of working in a team environment supporting management and staff, following policies, providing feedback, assisting in special projects, and taking on additional responsibility
  • Effective oral and written communications skills
  • Organizational skills that result in high productivity
  • Must be able to lawfully work in Canada
 
Preferred Qualifications
 
  • GDS experience with Apollo
  • Familiar with Virtuoso
  • Client Base knowledge
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Direct Travel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.
 
Direct Travel is an EOE/AA/Veteran/People with Disabilities employer. 
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About Direct Travel 
 
Our growing company relies on excellence to deliver on our commitments to our customers. This starts with our employees.?Our inclusive culture encourages entrepreneurial spirit empowering employees to build strong, long-lasting relationships with our clients and deliver innovative solutions.?Direct Travel is one of the most respected Travel Management Companies in the industry providing our customers with smart consultation, tailored solutions and a true partnership. Our specific focus on the mid-market means our travel experts deliver personalized service to?every?client. ??? 
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Additionally,?Direct Travel offers full-service performance improvement solutions, including meeting and event management, group incentive travel and individual recognition solutions through its wholly-owned subsidiary Creative Group, Inc.?An industry leader, Creative Group has been honored with the CMI 25 Award, which recognizes the top 25 most influential meeting and incentive management companies in the US each year since the award’s inception in 2007.?The company is headquartered in?Schaumburg, Illinois?and maintains offices in Detroit, Appleton, San Francisco and Toronto. For more information about Creative Group, please visit?www.creativegroupinc.com.??? 
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Together we will help our clients Navigate Their Way and Create Truly Moving Experiences.?For more information, visit?www.dt.com.?Follow us on?Twitter,?YouTube?and?LinkedIn.
 
Posted: Thursday, September 15, 2022
External Employment Opportunity
Information Management Technician I
Stephenville, Information Management Division
 
Competition Details
 
Referral Number              PILRB-IMTI-22-35
Employment type             Permanent
Closing Date:                   September 19, 2022
Salary (scale)                   CG 23: $37,837.80 - $41,568.80 per annum
No. of Hours                     35 hours per week

Position Details
 
Context                            https://nlpl.ca/about.html
 
Duties   
Reporting to the Director of Information Management, this position performs general clerical work which involves well-defined procedures and techniques in support of the Information Management at the Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries Board.  This position is responsible for assisting staff in the development and implementation of an information management plan including; conducting records inventories, providing advice on policy and process, and participating in a maintenance plan for information management at Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries.  

Merit Criteria
 
Screening Criteria           
1.  Diploma in Business or Office Administration, including courses in Information Management and/or a Diploma in Records & Information Management (equivalencies may be considered)
2.  Experience with records and information management practices and procedures (asset)
3.  Experience using records and information management software (asset)
4.  Experience in administration or clerical work (asset)
                                        
Assessment Criteria       
1.  Knowledge of Information Managemen
2.  Knowledge of Information Management best practices
3.  Knowledge of the legislation governing Information Management and Protection
4.  Experience in computers and computer applications
5.  Ability to communicate effectively
6.  Ability to manage time and task
7.  Ability to establish and maintain effective Interpersonal relations

Conditions of Employment
 
Conditions of Offer          1.   Recent and satisfactory Criminal Records Check.
                                        
Conditions of Acceptance
Applicant Information

 For more information about this opportunity, please call: Keith Sweetland at (709) 737-6456 or via email at ksweetland@nlpl.ca
  • Acknowledgment of the requirement for manual dexterity sufficient to handle fragile items.
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer.
  • Disability related accommodations and alternate formats are available upon request at any stage of the recruitment process by contacting the Selection Board Chair.
  • Preference will be given to applicants who are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada or those who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
  • Applications must be received on or before the closing date stated for this job posting.
  • It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required merit criteria.
  • Applications that do not clearly demonstrate the required criteria will be screened out.
  • All applications must contain accurate contact information, including current mailing address, email address and phone number.
  • All information submitted as part of this application must be factual, complete and current to date of submission.
  • This competition may be used to fill future similar vacancies with Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries.
How to Apply
 
Applications, quoting Competition Number PILRB-IMTI-22-35 should be submitted:
 
By Mail                        Ms. Donita Hann, Selection Board Chair
                                    Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries
                                    Administration Division
                                    48 St. George’s Avenue
                                    Stephenville, NL
A2N 1K9
                       
By Fax                         (709) 643-0933
 
By Email                      jobs@nlpl.ca
 
For more information about this opportunity, please call: Keith Sweetland at (709) 737-6456 or via email at ksweetland@nlpl.ca
 
09/02/22



 
Posted: Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Interest in a TLA
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
 
What is a TEACHING AND LEARNING ASSISTANT?
 
The TLA is responsible for supporting teaching and learning in an inclusive environment in the areas of planning, instruction, social emotional learning, assessment, evaluation and collection of student data.
Reporting to the Principal of the school the TLA will work with the classroom teacher to:
  • Assist with the planning and organization of learning experiences for students in accordance with established policies and procedures.
  • Assist the classroom teacher in implementing programs and services for students including the delivery of instructional supports.
  • Assist the teacher in assessing, evaluating, reporting and recording student progress.
  • Work collaboratively with the classroom teacher to develop supportive educational environments
  • Participate as a member of school teams in meeting the needs of students.
  • Maintain effective professional working relationships.
 
 
Qualifications:  Teacher’s Certificate Level Two (2) from the Registrar of Teacher Certification and Records at the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
 
 
How to obtain this Level 2 certification:   TLA certification
 
 
Educational requirements for certification: Completion of a minimum of 20 courses (i.e. 60 credit hours) from Memorial University (or another approved university). Courses completed in the areas of Education, Social Sciences or Psychology will be considered an asset   OR;   minimum Level 2 Early Childhood Educator certification from the Association of Early Childhood Educators of Newfoundland and Labrador.
 
 
Salary:  Certificate Level Two (2) of the Teachers Salary Grid;   $29.14-36.87 per hour
 
Once certified apply to the NLESD website \ Job Opportunities \ HRp for Teaching and Learning Substitute List or positions of interest.
 
 
                


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