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Posted: Friday, April 19, 2024
Accounting Clerk
The Morgan Group of Companies is seeking a diligent and detail-oriented Accounting Clerk to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for various accounting tasks and administrative duties in a fast-paced environment.

• Maintain accurate financial records including accounts payable, accounts receivable, and general ledger entries.
• Reconcile bank statements and ensure accuracy of financial data.
• Prepare financial reports and assist with budgeting and forecasting.
• Coordinate with vendors and suppliers, including invoicing and payments.
• Manage office supplies and equipment, including procurement and inventory management.
• Handle general administrative duties including answering phones, scheduling appointments, etc.
• Diploma in Business or Office Administration, or equivalent experience.
• Proficiency in Sage 50 accounting software.
• Strong understanding of accounting principles and practices.
• Excellent organizational and time management skills.
• Attention to detail and accuracy in data entry and financial reporting.
• Ability to prioritize tasks and work independently.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite & Excel.
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Job Type: Full-time
Expected hours: 35 – 40 per week
• Dental care
• Extended health care
• Life insurance
• On-site parking
• Paid time off
• RRSP match
• Vision care
• 8 hour shift
• Day shift
• Monday to Friday
Work Location:
• Conception Bay South, NL A1W 3A6 (required)
Please submit resume along with references to
Posted: Thursday, April 18, 2024
Source: BC Hydro
Job Title: Graduate Technologist Trainee - Apparatus Testing (Power Equipment Testing) - Prince 
Job Location: Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
Annual Salary: $ 69,700.00
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Providing clean electricity to 4 million customers takes a diverse workforce and that’s where you come in. We 
need your talent to help us build major projects to meet growing demand. To help our customers find clean 
energy solutions for their homes and businesses and to be ready to respond during storms and outages to keep 
our system reliable.
Working for BC Hydro is meaningful. And now, the stakes have been raised as we work towards a solution to 
climate change while safely providing clean, affordable electricity to our customers.
We offer a healthy work life balance, training opportunities and career progression. We're proud to be ranked as 
one of B.C.'s Top Employers and one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers. Join us as we build an even cleaner 
The Power/Electrical Equipment Technologist GTT program with the Apparatus Testing department is a four (4) 
year training program. 
After successfully completing the program, the Trainee will perform a variety of high-voltage tests for the 
acceptance, maintenance and failure investigation on a variety of power apparatus and equipment throughout the 
province. The Apparatus Testing department conducts a variety of complex tests with and/or provides specialized 
advice to other field staff, IBEW tradespeople and external clients on the application of various types analytical 
testing of distribution, transmission and generation equipment. This is a field worker position and the successful 
candidate(s) will spend more than 80% of their typical work day in the field and up to 40% of their time out of town 
throughout the year. Overtime hours may be required.
The successful candidate must have the following qualifications and attributes: 
• A diploma in the Electrical Engineering Technology (Electrical Power and Industrial Control option or 
equivalent) from a program nationally accredited by The Canadian Technology Accreditation Board, or 
other training equivalent to Canadian Technology Standards. 
• Must qualify for membership in the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia 
(ASTTBC) as an Electrical Technologist. 
• Must hold valid Driver’s License (Regular, full license [BC’s Class 5]). 
• Must be eligible and able to work in Canada. 
• Where equivalent status is claimed, acceptable documentation must be provided by the applicant that will 
show equivalency of courses taken. An official letter from your place of education is required confirming 
that course(s) taken are considered equivalent to the BC Hydro educational requirement
• A comprehensive benefits package 
• A minimum of 15 paid vacation days 
• A lifetime pension 
• Training and development courses 
The starting salary for this position is currently $69,700 annually. The four year program includes annual salary 
increases, and upon successful completion the approximate salary will be $89,500 annually, not including any 
overtime. For more information on the benefits we offer, visit
What else you should know
This position is affiliated with the Movement of United Professionals union (MoveUP/COPE). 
You will be exposed to challenging assignments and be trained to the highest standards. These experiences will 
lead you into a Power/Electrical Equipment Technologist position at the end of your training period. 
Please note the location of this position is at the Williston Substation/ Prince George District Office in Prince 
George BC. 
Besides having an exciting, varied and challenging career, you are paid while you learn and receive an excellent 
pay and benefit package. You are also eligible for three weeks’ vacation, the equivalent of 17 additional days off, 
medical and dental plans, pension plan, Group RRSP and others. 
Please note that travel is a mandatory component of the job and GTTs are required to spend upwards of 50% of 
their time out of town (>50 nights/year including consecutive and non-consecutive nights). Most travel will involve 
driving to various locations throughout BC. 
ORIENTATION TRAINING There will be a firm start date for this position in June 2024, with an approximately 2-3 
weeks Orientation at the Trades Training Centre in Surrey. 
*Please be advised that this role requires the successful candidate to climb heights, work in confined spaces and 
lift weights of >40 lbs., as required. 
*As part of the selection process, applicants may be required to take a written test AND complete a skills 
assessment during the interview. 
*This position will be posted concurrently. 
* A condition of employment for this job is that you maintain your Driver’s License: Class 5 in Good Standing. 
Please be advised that this role has been assessed as safety sensitive and pre-qualification alcohol and drug 
testing will be required as a pre-condition to employment. 
Location: Prince George, BC
How to Apply
Interested candidates should submit their applications online at
by April 26, 2024.
Click here to access the job posting or visit the BC Hydro “Current Opportunities” Careers page to view and apply 
for jobs.
You must use a supported browser, such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari. Your 
pop up blocker will also need to be disabled for the BC Hydro Careers site.
On the BC Hydro Careers site, click on the Apply button in order to complete the steps to apply for this job. 
Please be sure to update your Candidate Profile with your current resume and include copies of your 
certifications, if applicable. 
We're always looking for exceptional people to bring new ideas, fresh thinking and the motivation to help shape 
the electricity system in B.C. It's an exciting time to be a part of our team as we invest in our system and prepare 
to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Our values guide our work. Want to join us?
We are safe. 
We are here for our customers. 
We are one team. 
We include everyone. 
We act with integrity and respect. 
We are forward thinking.
BC Hydro is an equal opportunity employer.
We include everyone. We welcome applications from anyone, including members of visible minorities, women, 
Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and 
others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.
We are also happy to provide reasonable accommodations throughout the selection process and while working at 
BC Hydro. If you require support applying online because you are a person with a disability, please contact us at
Flexible work model role definitions 
Our four role types identify the degree of flexibility an employee could have to work from home based on the type 
of work they do. The flexibility for an individual job is up to the manager for each position and the operational 
requirements. Employees also have the right to work full-time from the office if they prefer. All of our roles require 
at least some in-person time. 
IBEW/Field – No option to work from home 
Resident – Works primarily (4+ days per week) in the office. 
Hybrid – May be able to work from home up to 3 days per week. 
Remote – Works from home 4+ days per wee
Posted: Thursday, April 18, 2024
Work outside on the land and our rivers this summer as an Aboriginal Fisheries Guardian Trainee!

Trainees work with a team to help with fisheries enforcement, conduct research and data collection, and participate in community engagement. 

This is a 14-week position that pays $20/hr and is a great work experience for new graduates of Fish & Wildlife, Environmental Studies and similar educational backgrounds.

Learn more and apply by April 26, 2024, click here:
Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2024
Hiring temporary position to assist in implementing our Digital upgrade.  We are looking for someone to take professional photographs of products for our new website. Edit and do mockups as required.  Collaborate with the web designer to upload photos and information. Assist with updating our in-house product catalogue into a digital format with photos and part numbers. Prepare social media posts with our branding.  Design some marketing material with our branding. 
The plan is evolving as we go so there may be other tasks involved, but all will be related to website development and digital organization.  
Would be helpful if candidate has own camera or cell phone capable of taking professional photos at high enough quality for website, catalogue, and marketing material.  
Located in Green's Harbour (little over an hour from St. John's, 20 minutes from Whitbourne on route 80, some people get mixed up with Green Bay), some work can be completed at home. 
This position is funded by the Gov of Canada Digital adoption Program and the candidate must be between 18-30 years old. 
Aprox 4-6 weeks work
Please send email to
Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2024
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq

Department of Aquatic Resources & Fisheries Management
Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator 

About The CMM
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (CMM) is a Tribal Council representing the eight Mi’kmaq communities of mainland Nova Scotia. Our mission is to proactively promote and assist Mi’kmaq communities’ initiatives towards self-determination and enhancement of community. The CMM’s Department of Aquatic Resources & Fisheries Management (DARFM) is currently looking for a motivated and knowledgeable candidate to fill the role of Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator.

Position Overview
Reporting to the Director of the Department of Aquatic Resources & Fisheries Management you as the Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator will be based out of CMMs office in Millbrook, NS. You will work under the guidance of the Program Manager in DARFM and will also work with and be supported by adaptation specialists at the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Climate Change (ECC). 

You will be responsible for coordinating the implementation of Nova Scotia’s water sector’s 2023 Climate Change Adaptation Strategy, by bringing together stakeholder organizations representing governments, industries, researchers, environmental organizations, etc. The water sector adaptation strategy encompasses all of Nova Scotia’s inland waters, freshwater ecosystems, and the watersheds on which they depend. The strategy addresses climate impacts to the water sector, by building the water sector’s capacity to meet the freshwater needs of ecosystems, communities, and economies – all under the influence of climate change – while addressing competing demands for a finite resource as well as current inequitable access to water services.

You will spend time working with different organizations and play an important role in a broader climate change adaptation community of practice supporting Nova Scotia in climate change. While you will have a structured process and tools to draw from, you will be able to customize the process and materials to suit the focus and context of the water sector.

Overview of Responsibilities:
• Leading and supporting the water sector implementation teams through workplan development and approval, and the planning and execution of projects. 
• Ensure the project meets deadlines and deliverables. Monitor and report progress.
• Track project budgets and draft progress reports
• Seek new funding opportunities to assist with strategy implementation. 
• Design and facilitate interactive and engaging workshops/meetings for the organizations involved and other sector stakeholders.
• Actively engage and listen to the needs of the partners while building and maintaining strong sustainable multi-stakeholder teams.
Position Requirements:
The following requirements are highly desired:
• Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field to the water sector (e.g., environmental policy, freshwater biology, or others)
• Related work experience or lived experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience relating to the water sector
• Demonstrated knowledge of climate adaptation
• Experience in and/or respect for working in and with First Nation communities
• Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) 
• Valid driver's license and reliable transportation
The following requirements are considered assets: 
• Experience in designing and facilitating interactive and engaging meetings/workshops, project coordination and management, budgeting/finances and report writing
• Able to manage competing perspectives to help build strong relationships of trust and collaboration between partners and communities
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Able to maintain a high level of productivity with the ability to seek and take direction

Why work with us?
CMM is an organization which is committed to providing exceptional work/life balance to its employees. As such, we are currently testing a four-day work week. Staff who qualify work 28 hours per week but are paid for 35 hours. We also offer flexible daily start and end time. (*This test will continue until further notice and may be adjusted to meet organizational needs as required).
In addition, as a full-time employee you can expect:
• An atmosphere that is a great mix of fun and professionalism, and deeply family oriented.
• Enrollment in the organization’s benefits packages on your first day of employment with no waiting period, which includes Health & Dental, and Employee & Family Assistance Program. 
• Generous amounts of paid time off. Paid Statutory Holidays plus St. Anne’s Day and Aboriginal Day, Summer Shutdown (2 weeks), Christmas Shutdown (roughly 2 weeks), plus minimum of 1-week additional vacation time (up to 2 weeks with 10 years of service).
• Social Committee, Staff Days, Staff Knowledge Days, etc.

If you would like to join The CMM Family, please see below on how to apply for this position.

Salary/Employment Term:  
Salary Range: ($50,000 - $60,000) per year. This is a Two-year Term Position (pending successful one-year probationary contract).

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled 
Submit Cover Letter AND Resume to: Human Resources
c/o The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq
PO Box 1590, Truro, Nova Scotia B2N 5V3
We are an equal opportunity employer; however, qualified Aboriginal applicants will be given priority in accordance with the Aboriginal Employment Preference Policy of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.  Only those applicants who provide an up-to-date CV along with a cover letter and qualify for an interview will be contacted.  The successful candidate may be required to submit a current criminal record check. Non-Canadian applicants must be able to provide proof of current entitlement of eligibility to work in Canada.

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