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Manager of Infrastructure Maintenance
Birch Hills County Manager of Infrastructure Maintenance
Birch Hills County Administration Receptionist
Director of Finance
The main function of this position is to act as the first point of contact for the County. This entails responding to walk – in traffic and all incoming telephone calls and emails in a prompt courteous manner. This position also performs support duties for the Director of Finance. Records management is an integral part of this role.
Birch Hills County Full Time Shop Laborer
Work Wild / Alberta Forest Products Association Are you passionate about environmental education? Do you love the idea of shaping young minds or helping people find the green job of their dreams? Are you looking for a flexible and dynamic work environment? This is the job for you!
Work Wild, a program within the Alberta Forest Products Association, reaches out to people who are making one of the most important choices in their lives — finding a career they love! We are looking for an enthusiastic people-person to fill our full-time Forestry Educator position.
Reporting to the Director of Communications, the Forestry Educator implements Work Wild program objectives, which include educating Albertans on forest sector practices as well as career opportunities in Alberta’s Forest industry. The Forestry Educator will spend much of their time travelling to communities throughout northern Alberta and talking to students and jobseekers about the variety of rewarding opportunities in this sustainable industry.
Duties: * Travel, in-person & virtually, to Alberta communities to educate students & jobseekers about careers & practices in Alberta’s forest sector by: * exhibiting at career fairs * delivering presentations * Engage an online audience by creating, updating, & editing web & social media content, including: * contests * blog posts * newsletters * job postings
Qualifications: * Degree or diploma in Education, Forestry, Natural Resources Management, Environmental Sciences, Indigenous Relations, Marketing, Communications, or a related field * Experience with youth & public speaking * Experience working with Indigenous communities is an asset * Working knowledge of WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, & Prezi * Excellent written & verbal communications skills * Keen attention to detail & accuracy in written communications * Highly organized; able to juggle multiple projects concurrently * Ability to work independently, often in remote areas * Valid class 5 Driver’s License
Home Economics Specialist
Ballad This position will play a key role in our Work Employment Readiness and Connections Program (WERC), an occupational skills training program with a focus in the ever-growing Hospitality industry. The objective of the program is to foster, mentor and train individuals who face barriers to employment but have a desire to gain and maintain meaningful employment within the community.
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Mackenzie County Director of Operations and Utility Officer
Restore Hair Loss & Scalp Clinic Greet visitors, handle incoming and outgoing correspondence, maintain files and records, perform data entry, maintain office calendars and schedules, keep the office clean, safe, and organized, and keep office supply inventory fully stocked.
QUALITIES WE LOOK FOR;
A good first impression and an organization that runs smoothly: that’s the aim of a good receptionist. Here’s an overview of the skills we are looking for.
Communication Multitasking Social skills Organization Technical skills Resistance to stress Problem solving Empathy Reliability Visitor management
Grande Prairie and Area Safe Communities Part-time
Grande Prairie and Area Safe Communities (GPASC) is a registered non-profit organization and Canadian charitable organization. GPASC offers a variety of educational programs to the Peace Region to help with injury prevention. The staff and volunteers at GPASC serve more than 5000 residents annually.
The Program Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing and managing the different programs offered. The primary responsibility of this role will be creating, facilitating and teaching programs. The Program Coordinator will also be responsible for basic administrative tasks associated with the programs offered and will assist the Executive Director in helping the organization run smoothly.
Responsibilities: · Develop, implement, and facilitate educational programs · Coordinate and schedule facility rental bookings · Basic administrative tasks · Assist in planning and organizing fundraising campaigns and events · Assist with grant research and grant writing · Provide positive customer experiences · Track financial data and provide reports as needed Qualifications: · High school diploma with business, management and/or teaching experience · A passion for community development · Knowledgeable of Microsoft Office · Strong organizational skills · Positive attitude · Experience working with youth · Valid driver’s licence and access to a vehicle · Clean criminal record check and child welfare check · Volunteer management and event coordination experience is an asset · First Aid is an asset Benefits: · Flexible hours · Banked lieu hours · Business casual dress Hours: 20 hours per week, some evenings and weekends required Wage: $20.00 an hour To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Paradis Valley Honey Hiring: 1 Full-time position 2 Part-time positions
Location: Watino. Alberta
Duties for Cafe Barista/Tour-guide include but are not limited to:
-serving in person customers -preparing food and drinks -stocking shelves -packaging online orders -social media content creation -tour guide in ag cafe -maintenance & cleaning -customer service & promotions -till service
⭐️Accommodation & Benefits Package⭐️ available to the right applicant. Wage range $16.50-$18.50/hr Position start date: April 26th
Applicants must: -have their own transportation -provide a clean criminal record check -be self motivated -work well unsupervised -be energetic and creative -love serving & educating customers
Bilingualism is an asset. Training will be provided.
BRITT RADIUS The Role: Land Analyst / Junior Land Agent working on projects in BC and/or AB. Your ability to handle large workloads, changing needs while being detail-oriented is paramount to your success in this role. You will be working on multiple high-priority projects which will involve, not be limited to: the preparation and review of documents/contracts, proofing, compiling packages, team communication & collaboration, supporting the Land Agent team, and assisting with the full life cycle of projects. Additionally, you will be working on these projects in conjunction with office coordination of other team members within each project. A strong ability to problem solve and to ask the right questions at the right time is essential to ensure compliance and accuracy. Robust communication and excellent organizational skills are minimum requirements for this role. Your capacity to work independently and be self-motivated is a must.
We’re looking for a motivated, self-starter who takes initiative and offer insights for even greater results.
This position is under our hybrid working model and will consist of working remotely from your home and/or office.