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Clerical Position - Part time 15 hours per week

Wage TBD
Start Date ASAP
Requirements

 

Experience with the Microsoft suite

  • Good communication and people skills
  • Previous experience with minute taking and writing agendas ideal but not essential.
  • Must be a punctual and organized individual. Experience with working with a board of directors ideal but not essential
  • Event planning experience ideal
Duties

Organizing and clerical

  • Taking messages for chamber, note who may have phoned so office can get back to them OR being able to answer the question first hand
  • Emails, Social Media, Posters, Bulletins, Minutes and News Articles as requested
  • Keep log of dates, time spent (for billing purposes) and results
  • Handle out-going snail mail
  • Attendance of Chamber director and general meetings
  • Minute taking at meetings

2. Membership:

  • Solicit New Membership
    • knowledge of other Chamber benefits
  • Existing membership:
    • Survey Membership:
      • Develop survey with input from Chamber Board
      • follow up by telephone as needed

3. Chamber Map

  • Promote participation in Chamber Map
  • make special note of deadlines
  • possibly be in contact with designer as instructed by Chamber Board
  • distribute map annually to local businesses and make available for stock ups

4. Announcements:

  • Forwarded to Chamber membership about local events & activities

5. Event Planning to bring businesses together

  • General Meetings
  • Advertise as instructed by Chamber Board
    • Email notice to all membership
  • Courses and/or Workshops
    • in consultation with Chamber Board
    • do up posters - email - phone – invitations
    • set up venue
    • organize whatever else needs to be done

6. Write:

  • Grant writing for applications for new grants each year or as available
  • Articles about Chamber businesses to be sent to the membership, as a “Did You Know”
  • write press releases about Chamber events/grants/news for publication in media and online

7. Research:

  • Distribute by email about ‘what the Chamber can do for Their Business’
  • As required.

  

Reference # 0001

For information on how to contact this employer, please call Clearwater Employment Services at 250-674-2928 or email us at ClwWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca.

Health, Safety & Environment Coordinator

Wage $56,000. - $71,000 per year
Start Date December 19, 2022
Requirements

Post-secondary education in Occupational Health and Safety (degree, diploma, certificate) is an asset.
-Combination of both education and 3 years' field experience in similar role.

-Intermediate user level in Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, Power Point, and Publisher.
- Creates an environment in which employees are looking to the HSE Department for assistance, guidance, and solutions.
- Collaborates, coordinates, and communicates with others effectively. • Knowledgeable in documentation creation and standardization.
- Familiar with Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) legislation.
- Basic knowledge of EHS Management Systems.
- Accuracy and a high level of attention to detail.
- Ability to maintain records to generate ad hoc requests quickly and efficiently.
- Self-motivated to learn new concepts and participate in new projects.
•-Flexible to work long hours, out of town for  • Valid driver’s license and clean driving abstract. 

Duties

Simpcw Resources LLP is growing rapidly and looking for a dependable and enthusiastic HSE Coordinator to join our health and safety team. The HSE Coordinator will support health, safety, and environmental programs and initiatives for a diverse range of services including pipeline construction, maintenance, steep slope environments, integrity digs, logging, and aggregate.
Responsibilities: • Act as a safety champion, promoting a positive safety culture visible throughout our organization.
• Influence and motivate a variety of people to ensure commitment to the overall HSE program.

• Provide direction and guidance to all employees on HSE issues within the workplace.
• Acquire clear competence, understanding and execution in project specific HSE program requirements.
• Conduct and participate in safety audits, inspections, toolbox talks and field level hazard assessments and completing hazard assessments on processes and projects. • Assist with incident investigations, ensuring proper root cause analysis.
• Support project teams with the implementation and management of the HSE program.
• Acquire clear competence, understanding and execution in project specific HSE program requirements.
• Conduct and participate in safety audits, inspections, toolbox talks and field level hazard assessments and completing hazard assessments on processes and projects. • Assist with incident investigations, ensuring proper root cause analysis.
• Implementation of corrective actions and preventative measures.
• Participate in the development of safe work practices and procedures.
• Provide new employee and site-specific orientations.
. • Train workers on company policies, procedures, and practices.
• Develop and or support development of emergency response plans.
• Assist in the planning and start-up of new projects with respect to site-specific safety plans.

More Info For the full scope of this position requirements and details, please contact WorkBC Clearwater or Barriere.
Reference # C0024

For information on how to apply for this job, please contact Employment Services at either Clearwater or Barriere.

Clearwater Employment Services
250-674-2928
ClwWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

Barriere Employment Services
250-672-0036
BarrWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

Infant Development Consultant - Lillooet BC

Wage TBD
Start Date ASAP
Requirements

- Early Childhood Development Certificate/Diploma, Infant Development Diploma or related health and social service experience preferred.
With some educational background and experience there is a possibility for training the right candidate.
- Valid BC driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.
- Clear criminal record check.
- Minimum two positive references.

Closing Date: Open until filled.

Additional Information

Duties

The consultant works alongside families in the Lillooet area who participate in the Infant Development Program to collaborate on ways to support their child’s growth and development. Children eligible to participate in the IDP program are those who have an identified developmental disability, or are at risk of a developmental delay or disability.

 

Responsibilities:
- Conduct one-on-one home visits, virtual visits, or phone calls to build rapport with
families. Maintain visit records. Assess and support the needs of children and their families
using informal and formal assessments.
- Be knowledgeable of the available resources in town, and in the region, to support
families with referral processes or direct them to appropriate resources.
- Assist families in planning and providing experiences to encourage growth and
development of children, mostly through play-based activities.
- Provide support to families with young children in the community through various
engaging events or settings that promote the inclusion of all children, such as playgroups.
Practice family centered services and promote attachment-based parenting philosophies.
- Deliver parenting workshops.
- Use other means of maintaining a community connection e.g. Social media, virtual
groups.
- Support cultural connectedness and community wellness.
- Maintain records and prepare reports as per program standards.

More Info Hours are flexible, Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30. Very occasional weekend or evening hours as needed to facilitate good care to families. Hours negotiable; 20 to 25 a week.
part-time or 35 hours a week full-time. Great benefit package.
Closing Date: Open until filled.
Reference # C0021

Operations Technologist

Wage $60,998.61 - $69,422.06 annually
Start Date ASAP
Requirements

There are currently two (2) positions in Kamloops, and one (1) in Merritt. Please note, this is an ongoing posting without a scheduled close date. The posting close date will be added to the posting a minimum of two weeks prior to the posting close date. Applications will be reviewed every three weeks.

- Graduation from an approved technical institute with a diploma or degree in resource or forestry management and three (3) years of experience in one or more operational field forestry activities. OR
- An equivalent combination of education or experience such as five (5) years of experience in one or more area of operational field forestry.

- Operational field forestry activities include one or more of the following:
o Timber harvesting monitoring/conformance
o Cut-block development
o Forest road engineering
o Silviculture
o Timber tenure development and administration
-Applicants must be registered or eligible for registration with the Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals (ABCFP) as a Registered Forest Technologist or equivalent.
- Must possess at minimum a valid Class 5 B.C. Driver’s License that does not limit or restrict the ability to conduct the duties of the job.

 
Duties
 BC Timber Sales (BCTS) manages about 20 percent of the province’s allowable annual cut for Crown timber, generating economic prosperity for British Columbians through the safe, sustainable development and auction of Crown timber.
The Operations Technologist is responsible for developing operating standards, implementing new forest management practices, contract management, coordinating technical activities, monitoring adherence to legislative and environmental standards and providing technical expertise to staff in one or more of the following areas: tenure development, road and block layout, silviculture, timber tenure administration and forestry contract administration. 
More Info

For more information and to apply online by December 26, 2022, please go to

https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/94586

 

Reference # C0022

For information on how to apply for this job, please contact Employment Services at either Clearwater or Barriere.

Clearwater Employment Services
250-674-2928
ClwWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

Barriere Employment Services
250-672-0036
BarrWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

Plow Truck Operators

Wage 29.68 - 30.45 per hr
Start Date ASAP
Requirements

Argo road maintenance (Thompson) is looking for dedicated and experienced professional drivers to join our Thompson team as Plow Truck Operators this winter season. Positions are available in Clearwater, Barriere and Kamloops

Positions are seasonal, full time - Contract length - 6 months
Schedule - 12 hour shift - Day shift or Night Shift
To be considered you must have:

  • Minimum Class 3 Driver's License with air brake endorsement
  • Experience operating tandem/tri-axle trucks preferred
Reference # C0003

For information on how to apply for this job, please contact Employment Services at either Clearwater or Barriere.

Clearwater Employment Services
250-674-2928
ClwWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

Barriere Employment Services
250-672-0036
BarrWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

Traffic Control Persons

Wage Competitive
Start Date ASAP
Requirements
• hold a valid BCCSA Traffic Control Person TICKET - may provide training if 10 recruited. 

- required to provide your own 6-inch upper steel-toed boots
- must have a cell phone with texting abilities
- must have your own vehicle or mode of transportation & Driver's license.
- must be legally able to work in Canada
- work permit accepted

 

Duties
 We offer competitive union wages, benefits, bonus premiums as well as in-depth training and development to help employees grow in their traffic control career with us.
You are trusted to successfully keep people safe; pedestrians, cyclists, BIG trucks and car drivers

- You are usually in the “heart” of the action
- People rely on you to be calm headed, keep them safe, and reliable
- You are outside in the great open space of Beautiful British Columbia every day; rain or shine.
- You get to travel all over! (you are responsible for reliable transportation to and from job sites)
- Union membership after a probationary period passed. This includes benefits and generous vacation pay.
- Great “union” wages!
Ability to progress in a fulfilling career as part of a large company with many opportunities


Reference # C0009

For information on how to apply for this job, please contact Employment Services at either Clearwater or Barriere.

Clearwater Employment Services
250-674-2928
ClwWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

Barriere Employment Services
250-672-0036
BarrWorkBC@yellowheadcs.ca

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