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Hiring - Member Service Advisor (Term)
About Us:

At Lakeland Credit Union our people are committed to providing financial opportunity, choice, and lifelong value by partnering with our members and our communities to enrich their lives through trusted advice and exceptional service!

Credit unions are about community enrichment, profit sharing, and people before profits! Lakeland Credit Union (“LCU”) has been serving the Bonnyville and Cold Lake communities since 1940 and we have a rich legacy of profit sharing and investing in our local communities and businesses.

The #LCUExperience is founded on the premise of attracting, developing and retaining employees committed to a career of delivering trusted advice and exceptional service to every member, every time. Together, we recognize the changing technological landscape and business environment and are laser focused on achieving efficiencies and innovation in our business processes so each #LCUExperience is better than the last time.

On top of all of our foundational beliefs, each of us at LCU is committed to investing in Our People, and empowering them with the training, skills, and experience, supported by the right processes to drive member loyalty and financial strength which ultimately benefits our members since our profits return directly to their pockets through our lucrative profit sharing program.

We are committed to being a respected financial institution where new members seek to join, meaningful careers are nurtured, partners pursue collaboration, and, our collective community succeeds!

Responsibilities:

Our Member Service Advisor (MSA) position is required to demonstrate aptitude as a trusted advisor by fulfilling deposit related requests and transactions for our members. Our MSAs support our members by recognizing their needs by offering solutions or referring them to an appropriate trusted advisor. In addition, the Member Service Advisor must ensure all assigned deposit activities are in compliance with legislation, regulations, policy and procedures.
  • Provide a range of deposit and cash transactions
  • Fulfill member requests and provide referrals when appropriate
  • Balancing and cash handling
Requirements:
  • Strong communications & customer service skills
  • Computer literacy
  • Basic accounting skills
  • Cash handling experience
Perks:
  • A culture that values and recognizes your abilities to be successful and help others to be successful
  • A tenured team of professionals that provide trusted advice every day
  • A diverse team environment and opportunities to learn and grow your career
  • A member centric organization that understands that happy members start with happy staff
  • Competitive total compensation and benefits package
For more information visit our website at www.lakelandcreditunion.com or submit your application to careers@lakelandcreditunion.com.
  • Lakeland Credit Union
  • Kami Cline
  • Bonnyville
Posted: Friday, June 5 (R)

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Hiring - Sandblasting & Coatings
We have an opening in our Sandblasting & Coatings Division.

Requirements
Class 5 Driver's License with approved 3 years drivers abstract
H2S Alive
CSTS-09-CSTS-2020
5 years experience sandblasting/coating oilfield experience
NACE Level 1 an asset

Please send resume and certifications to:
Email: hr@7lakes.ca
Fax: 1-888-523-8217
  • SLS Metalworks & Fabricating
  • Priscilla Janvier
  • Cold Lake
Posted: Friday, June 5 (R)
Hiring - Picker Operator
We are currently looking for a motivated, trustworthy individual to join out team in camp. Candidates must have good communication and people skills, ability to follow instructions while problem solving, have attention to detail and precise record keeping skills, possess a positive yet critical decision making skills, and be able to maintain high standards of leadership skills.

Duties include but are not limited to the following:
  • Maintaining a safe work environment
  • Perform well servicing requirements as per the consultant
  • Complete daily paperwork such as log book, pre/post trip inspections, daily crane inspection, FLHA's, daily billing
  • Complete minor maintenance & repairs on equipment as required.
  • Comply with KUDO rules * policies, OH&S regulations, Client rules and policies, federal transportation regulations.
Requirements include but are not limited to the following:
  • Journeyman Picker Certificate
  • Valid Class 1 with a 5 year commercial abstract
  • H2S alive
  • 1st aid
  • CSTS/PSTS/ESTS/EGSO/CSO equivalent
  • Fall Protection
Shift is to be determines

Please send resumes to careers@kudoenergy.com
  • Kudo Energy Inc
  • Tanya
  • 780-826-4380
  • Bonnyville
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Welder
Overview:

Cyntech Services has built a solid reputation throughout Canada as an industry leader in providing innovative, comprehensive, and reliable storage tank upgrading and construction services. Our unique pneumatic lifting technology allows our skilled engineers and technicians to safely and efficiently lift and service large diameter storage tanks for the energy and petro-chemical industry.

We take pride in providing the highest possible level of service to our clients. By fostering a healthy and safe work environment, Cyntech is able to attract some of the best individuals in the industry. Our experienced team of professionals are able to tackle any job while adhering to the highest standards of safety and quality. Cyntech has a proven quality assurance program that has been developed for both broad and specific scopes of work.

Unrivalled in excellence, Cyntech is determined to always be the service provider that is first and foremost in the minds of our clients, employees and stakeholders.

Position Scope:

Welder position for our Aboveground Storage Tank Repair projects,

Responsibilities:
  • A creative approach to problem solving; adaptability and flexibility.
  • Have a concern for safety and awareness of safe working procedures.
  • Ability to work alone or as a member of a team with other tradespersons.
  • The ability to concentrate on detailed work.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects.
  • Using adequate and suitable safety equipment, including basic and respiratory PPE.
  • Fabricate items from drawings
  • Develop patterns for projects
  • Welding on aboveground storage tanks
  • Floors
  • Roofs
  • Shell
  • Appurtenances
  • piping
Work experience & Education Requirements:
  • Demonstrated commitment to safety
  • Completion of Certified Welding Apprenticeship Program
  • B-Pressure Ticket
  • Red Seal certification an asset
  • CSTS or PST
  • H2S Alive
  • WHMIS
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Must pass drug and alcohol screening
Physical Requirements:
  • Physical strength and stamina.
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk.
  • Ability to bend, squat, climb stairs and lift frequently
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds occasionally.
  • Able to manipulate power tools.
Work Environment:
  • Our primary work environment is in the energy and petro-chemical industry.
  • Working on aboveground storage tanks and vessels.
  • Working in restricted and confined spaces.
  • Working at heights from work platforms.
  • Will work in extreme temperatures above 35°C and below -30°C.
  • May occasionally walk on slippery or uneven surfaces.
  • Will climb ladders and work off elevated surfaces on an occasional basis during each shift.
  • Noise level in the work environment is frequently loud (hearing protection will be provided).
  • Cyntech Construction Ltd.
  • Cold Lake
  • Will travel to Cold Lake
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - General Labourer
Overview:

Cyntech Construction Ltd has built a solid reputation throughout Canada as an industry leader in providing innovative, comprehensive, and reliable storage tank upgrading and construction services. Our unique pneumatic lifting technology allows our skilled engineers and technicians to safely and efficiently lift and service large diameter storage tanks for the energy and petro-chemical industry.

We take pride in providing the highest possible level of service to our clients. By fostering a healthy and safe work environment, Cyntech is able to attract some of the best individuals in the industry. Our experienced team of professionals are able to tackle any job while adhering to the highest standards of safety and quality. Cyntech has a proven quality assurance program that has been developed for both broad and specific scopes of work.

Unrivalled in excellence, Cyntech is determined to always be the service provider that is first and foremost in the minds of our clients, employees and stakeholders.

Position Scope:
Labourer position for our Aboveground Storage Tank Repair/Cleaning projects.
Responsibilities:
  • Must have or obtain all required safety certifications, responsible for arranging and completing re-training before certifications expire
  • Attend site-specific safety orientation prior to commencing work, safely engage in all on-site activities, follow all job site safety procedures and report violations immediately
  • Always correctly use approved site-specific personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Must always behave in a manner that ensures a safe work environment
  • Clearly understand project specific safety requirements and expectations, if unclear must ask for additional information
  • Clearly understand project-specific hazardous activities and associated risks, if unclear must ask for additional information
  • Read, understand and observe all requirements of applicable Job Safety Analysis’s (JSA’s)
  • Review and follow all applicable Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Understand and correctly use all project-specific safety and personal protective equipment
  • Exercise due care in handling of equipment and promptly report any defects or malfunction
  • Must work cooperatively with field employees as a productive member of the team
  • Assist skilled tradespeople (typically welders) and perform a wide range of tasks at construction sites
  • Loading, unloading, identifying and distributing materials and equipment
  • Ground-man for rigging activities
  • Snow removal
Qualifications:
  • Pre-access Drug & Alcohol test is required
  • Must have valid class 5 driver's license
  • OSSA Confined Space Entry is an asset
  • CSTS or PST is an asset
  • Standard First Aid course is an asset
  • H2S Alive is an asset
  • Demonstrated knowledge of safety practices.
  • Previous construction experience
  • Ability to work at heights
  • Experience working around heavy equipment is an asset
Physical Requirements:
  • Physical strength and stamina
  • Manual dexterity
  • Ability to continuously stand or walk
  • Ability to bend, squat, climb stairs and lift frequently
  • Ability to lift to 50 pounds
  • Able to manipulate small power tools
Own Tools/Equipment:
  • Steel-toed safety boots
Work Environment:
  • The primary work environment is in the energy and petrochemical industry
  • Working on above-ground storage tanks and vessels
  • Working in restricted and confined spaces
  • Working at heights from work platforms
  • Work outdoors in all weather conditions including temperatures above 35°C and below -30°C
  • May walk on slippery or uneven surfaces
  • Will climb ladders and work off elevated surfaces
  • The noise level in the work environment is frequently loud (hearing protection will be provided)
Personal Suitability
  • Initiative and Flexibility
  • Effective interpersonal skills and a Team player
  • Excellent oral communication
  • Dependability and Reliability
  • Punctuality and Honestly
Job Type:This is a full-time temporary position, with the possibility of becoming permanent.
Employment is conditional upon passing drug and alcohol testing. This is a physical job!
  • Cyntech Construction
  • Cold Lake
  • Will travel to Cold Lake
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Lakeland Catholic Board of Education - Grounds Keeper
Eligible candidate will work and report to our Maintenance Department.
A valid Driver’s License & Police Security Clearance is required.

Resumes may be forwarded to:
email: rlafreniere@lrcssd.ca
Roger Lafrenière, Manager of Operations and Facilities
Lakeland R.C.S.S.D.
4810 - 46 Street
Bonnyville, Alberta T9N 2R2
  • Lakeland Catholic School District
  • Roger Lafreniere,Mgr. of Operations & Facilitie
  • 780-826-3764
  • Bonnyville
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - part time dishwasher
currently looking for part time dishwasher , must be available on days, evenings and on weekends
approx,25 hours per week
please send resume to email below
  • Humptys Family Restaurant
  • humpty's
  • 780-594-4303
  • Cold Lake
  • Will travel to Cold Lake
Posted: Thursday, June 4

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Hiring - Sale Associate! Bell Store! Cold Lake
We’re looking for client focused, energetic, friendly people, who share our passion for technology to join our team.

We are TNT Digital Systems: an authorized Bell Mobility dealer in the Lakeland.

Position available: Cold Lake locations

If you love cell phones and want to share that with others, email me a copy of your resume!

Email: mariokposer7@gmail.com

Job Summary
As a Sales Associate you will work with a team to:
  • Create a positive customer experience
  • Meet personal and store performance sales targets
  • Maintain the store to meet Bell standards of aesthetics and cleanliness
  • Maintain administrative tasks associated to retail operations
Job Type / Category
In your interview, we will be looking for attitude and skills:
Attitude
  • Commitment to client satisfaction
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment
  • Ability to adapt in an ever changing work environment
  • Self confidence with ability to lead by example
  • Quick Learner
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Required Education, Skills and Qualifications
Administrative Skills
  • Excellent reading and comprehension skills
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Computer literacy and appreciation for wireless technology
  • Proficiency with computers
  • Must be able to type minimum 30 words per minute
  • Attention to detail is a must
Job Types: Part-time

Experience
  • 6 months of retail sales experience
  • 6 months of customer service experience
  • Preferred Qualifications: Experience selling mobile products
  • Bell Store
  • Mario
  • Cold Lake
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Disability Support Workers (temp, full time or part time) – Vegreville, Alb
Disability Support Workers (temp, full time or part time) – Vegreville, Alberta

Job Number: J0620-0102
City: Vegreville, Alberta
Number Of Positions:
3 Temporary, Full-Time (40hrs/wk) or 1 Temporary, Part time (28hrs/bi-weekly)
Scheduled Hours:
Full-Time = 12 hour shifts on a 2-week rotation. Specify preference for day or night awake shift.
Part time = 3-7pm shift on a 2-week rotation Week 1: Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat, Week 2: Sun, Wed, Thurs
Hiring Manager Name & Title: Kristy Walters - Program Director
Compensation: $17.09 - $20.00/Hour

The Program
The Disability Support program at WJS Canada works to improve the lives of persons with developmental disabilities and mental health concerns, by focussing on building life skills, social and communication skills; encouraging independence, self expression and creativity. We offer support in all areas, from health and behaviour issues to social, cultural and spiritual.
The Position
Disability Support Workers (DSW) provide high quality, personalized care, helping those we serve to overcome their challenges and develop their strengths. We ensure a full life by nurturing, creativity friendships and encouraging community inclusion.

Working in a variety of settings - residential homes, day programs and accompanying the persons served throughout the community, Disability Support Workers will call upon their previous experience to provide individuals with developmental disabilities and complex mental health needs with physical, behavioural, emotional and social supports/supervision.
In Your Role You Will
  • Support individuals with developmental disabilities and/or mental health concerns to build independence and community inclusion through life skills and social/occupational skills
  • Model &/or when required, provide personal care i.e. grooming, dental care, bathing, toileting, etc.,
  • Encourage participation and social interaction within the community (vocational, recreational, leisure activities)
  • Drive individual in your own vehicle to appointments, day programs, community events, etc..
  • Teaching or assisting the individual to complete daily household tasks which may include food preparation, laundry, cleaning, etc.
  • Contribute toward design, implementation and evaluation of individual service plans, program specific policies & procedures.
  • Communicate/document information that relates to program changes/service recipient changes to peers, ministry representatives and other stakeholders as required.
  • Observe/document needs of individuals in service.
*** Prior to confirmation of employment all applicants must provide a current (dated within 6 months of hiring date) Criminal Record Check and Ministry Check. These checks can take up to 6 weeks to obtain, please ensure you prepare accordingly.

As An Ideal Candidate You Possess
  • A positive attitude and belief that persons with disabilities have the right / responsibility to define and pursue their life choices, and active participation in the community.
  • MANDATORY - A valid Class 5 Driver License, clear driving abstract and reliable vehicle with suitable insurance.
  • Minimum Grade 12 or Diploma/Degree in Disabilities Studies, Social Work, Human Services, Special Education or equivalent
  • 1 year similar experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities & complex needs. Other experience such as Nursing or Health Care Aide may be considered.
  • Skills in assisting individuals in anger management, daily living, self help, etc.
  • First Aid/CPR Certification
  • Crisis Prevention Intervention, Medication Administration, Abuse Protocol, Proactive Procedures and Behavioural Strategies, Foundations and Disabilities Training
  • Knowledge of basic health and safety rules and guidelines for personal health and safety, as appropriate.
What WJS Canada Does
Our goals are to help individuals become independent, improve their lives and develop life skills. We meet these goals by focusing on each individual's strengths. Our programs include:
  • Friendship and mentoring supports
  • Self-help skills training
  • Community Living and Supportive Independent Living
  • Day programs
  • Home Living Options
  • Behavioural consultation
  • Employment services
Is this the opportunity you've been looking for?
If so, please apply online at www.wjscanada.com
JOB ID# J0620-0104 for temp, part time 3-7pm shift
JOB ID# J0620-0102 for temp, full time 12 hr day or night (awake) shifts
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Health Center Manager
Kehewin Cree Nation is seeking one (1) full time position for a Health Center Manager. Under the direction of Okimaw and Council of Kehewin Cree Nation, and functional supervision of the Director of Operations, the Health Manager is responsible for the overall development, implementation, administration and evaluation of all health services organizational operations. The Health Manager’s role is to plan, organize, direct, co-ordinate and evaluate the programs and services which promote health and wellbeing, in addition to providing care to individuals, groups and the community. The manager provides a vital, non-clinical function within the Health Services team.

Responsibilities and Duties:
  • Prepares annual work plans (financial and program), for submission to Chief and Council,
  • Works with Finance Manager in preparation of budgets to ensure cash flow includes all necessary expenditures,
  • Completes and forwards all required reports to ensure documentation and deadlines are met for releasing of funding,
  • Submits approval for Health Expenditures when required,
  • Provides financial and progress reports to Chief and Council on a quarterly basis or as required,
  • Ensures funding is expensed as required for Program Coordinators to carry out program planning,
  • Works with Chief and Council to assess community Health Services and recruit services providers as needs and assessments deem required,
  • Works collectively with other departments of Kehewin Cree Nation for improvement in programs and services,
  • Reviews and evaluations existing Health Services to ensure adequate delivery of health services to members of Kehewin Cree Nation,
  • Liaises with visiting Health Professionals of improvements in the quality of health of Kehewin Cree Nation members,
Knowledge/Experience: Significant leadership expertise, in-depth knowledge of processes and policy, and strong understanding of Indigenous governments and administration. Project management, business process improvement, strategic support, consultation, critical analysis, budget and business planning processes, proposal writing and policy development.

Abilities/Skills: Strategic planning; risk management; relationship building; analysis; negotiation, persuasion and influence; leadership; critical thinking, communication and information management; diplomacy; strategic planning; policy development; project management; organization

Qualifications:
Education will include one or more of the following;
Holds a Degree in Health Care Administration or Business Management
Experience in Administration
Experience in the Health Field
Experience in Program Development and Human Resources.

Deadline date: Open until suitable candidate is found
Please forward the following documentation;
Cover letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check, Child Welfare Check and Certificates
Human Resources at Kehewin Cree Nation
Email: hr@kehewin.ca
Office: 780-826-3333 Fax: 780-826-2355
Applicants will be contacted for interview date and time
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
  • Rose Dion
  • 780-826-3333
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Nurse Manager for Kehewin Health Services
Under the direction of Chief and Council of the Kehewin Cree Nation, the Nurse Manager is responsible for the planning, organizing, delivery and evaluation of the health services programs. The position of the Nurse Manager is responsible for the overall supervision of staff, programs and services. The salary of the Nurse Manager as per CARNA pay grid. Excellent benefit package and perks available

DUTIES:
 Annual preparation and review of program work plans
 collaborates with team members and community members in planning health services and health priorities

QUALIFICATIONS:
 Holds a current and valid nursing license in good standing with CARNA
 Maintains a valid CPR & First Aid certificates
 |Must submit CWIS & Criminal Record Check clearance
 Must posses a valid operator’s license
 The successful candidate will be required to become certified in immunization provider training

Deadline date: Open until suitable candidate is found
Please forward the following documentation;
Cover letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check, Child Welfare Check and Certificates
Human Resources at Kehewin Cree Nation
Email: hr@kehewin.ca
Office: 780-826-3333 Fax: 780-826-2355
Applicants will be contacted for interview date and time
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
  • Rose Dion
  • 780-826-3333
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Housing Manager
Under the direct supervision of the Band Manager the Housing Manager is responsible for the administration and operation of the Housing Department with a wide variety of related tasks. The Housing Manager will have an effective relationship with the Tenants of Kehewin Cree Nation, and is responsible for reporting to Chief and Council in all areas of the Housing Programs.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Development of Housing Community plan
 Capital Project Planning
 Preparing annual budgets
 Preparing detailed Reports
 Implementing Housing Policies and Procedures
 Maintaining Tenant Records
 Ensuring any labor to Housing Units meets appropriate standards
 Managing Housing Personnel
 Any other related duties as required
QUALIFICATIONS:
 Management Certificate or equivalent
 Excellent Management and Supervisory skills
 Should possess a financial background
 3 years’ experience in a First Nation office setting
 Excellent Multi-Tasker
 Advanced in Microsoft Computer Programs (Word, Excel)
 Excellent Time Management—Ability to stay on task—and meet important deadlines
 Must be willing to take any further training as required
 Ability to speak Cree would be an asset
 Valid Class 5 driver’s license
Reliable Transportation
Deadline date: Open until suitable candidate is found
Please forward the following documentation;
Cover letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check, Child Welfare Check and Certificates
Human Resources at Kehewin Cree Nation
Email: hr@kehewin.ca
Office: 780-826-3333 Fax: 780-826-2355
Applicants will be contacted for interview date and time
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
  • Rose Dion
  • 780-826-3333
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Economic Development Officer
The Economic Department is seeking for an Economic Development Officer who will be responsible for planning, developing, coordinating and implementing economic development policies, strategies and initiatives that improve the community, socioeconomic and business development in Kehewin Cree Nation.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

The economic development officer is responsible for continuously developing and maintaining knowledge required to-do the job by understanding, embracing, and contributing to the community’s economic development plan, as an approach towards effective planning, by collaborating effectively to coordinated economic development for Kehewin Cree Nation.

The EDO must be familiar with background materials and information relating to the Kehewin Cree Nation and the political processes. Must demonstrate a non-political approach to communicate and foster relationships with politicians, elders and community members.

He/ she must use a variety of qualitative and quantitative methods to perform continuous assessment of economic development needs, including maintaining an inventory of existing businesses, sector activities and current human resources (Labor force) in the community.

The EDO must ensure that the Kehewin Cree Nation economic development initiatives and opportunities are communicated to key stakeholders.
The EDO must demonstrate good written and oral communications skills that are relevant to the position as this will require the EDO to prepare proposals for a variety of economic development initiatives for submissions to public and private funding sources. Must write project briefs, updates and final reports for all project activities taking place in Kehewin Cree Nation.

The EDO must maintain a sound administrative and organizational system, develop budgets and cash flow projections, use business planning software, and create presentations for public speaking opportunities. He/She must also develop and track accomplishments related to an ongoing work plan that will guide the work in the Kehewin Cree Nation.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCE:

Must possess a minimum of 2-3 years of experience in business or economic development related positions, supplemented by education, training or on-the-job learning in the following areas:
  • College or University degree in Commerce, Economics or a related field and/or certification as a Professional Economic Developer (EcD) or Economic Development Planner;
  • Economic development certificate is an asset;
  • Working experience in Economic Development, marketing, and public relations;
  • A Driver’s License valid in the Province of Alberta.
Deadline date: Open until suitable candidate is found
Please forward the following documentation;
Cover letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check, Child Welfare Check and Certificates
Human Resources at Kehewin Cree Nation
Email: hr@kehewin.ca
Office: 780-826-3333 Fax: 780-826-2355
Applicants will be contacted for interview date and time
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
  • Rose Dion
  • 780-826-3333
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Director of Operations
Kehewin Cree Nation has an opportunity for a full-time position of a Director of Operations. This position reports to the Chief, Portfolio of Finance and Administration and Members of Council. The Director of Operations holds a key leadership position with Kehewin Cree Nation and is responsible for leading and managing the Operations and delivery of Programs. They will oversee Corporate Services and direct the day to day operations. D of O, will coordinate Key Nation strategic direction and integration, policy initiatives and alignment and organizational improvements. To be effective in this role, they must develop strong working relationships and collaborate with Members of Chief and Council, Department Directors and Managers (Management Team), Committees, and external stakeholders as appropriate.

Primary Duties and Deliverables:

To achieve administration, operational goals, objectives and priorities of Chief and Council. Ensuring that decisions are incorporated, implemented and successfully managed. Being effective in the planning process of all responsibilities and duties that are aligned with the Nation’s goals. Your immediate priorities are to establish a catalogue of department Work plans, Cash Flow Budgets, organize and implement staff evaluations/performance reviews. Policy Review and Amendments for approval by Chief and Council. Follow up with Managers regarding status of funding, financial and summative reporting of monthly activities and for applications of external funding. Pursue and establish funding for community initiatives.

Ongoing Responsibilities & Duties
  • Accountability to Leadership
  • Financial Management
  • Strategic Planning and Direction
  • Policy Management; improves existing systems and policies.
  • Risk Management
  • Responsible for the Planning Process of the Operational Division of Kehewin Cree Nation.
  • Manages Contracts and Consultants as required and ensures contracts are complete.
  • Work with and evaluate Program Managers/Management Team. Annual performance Reviews.
  • Strengthen internal Communications with staff at levels throughout the organization, creating a positive and supportive work environment.
  • Lead and Identify funding opportunities.
  • Authorize Funding Proposals submitted by Departments in timely manner to ensure access to all opportunities.
  • Establish a Management Team of Department Directors and Managers and facilitate monthly Management Teams.
  • Attend other meetings as required.
  • Update and Brief Chief and Council with current and correct information on the status of priorities and issues, cross government trends and implications.
  • Minimizing operational expenditures with Kehewin Cree Nation wherever possible.
Education & Qualifications
A university degree in business administration, commerce, human sciences or other discipline related to the service provided is usually required. 5 years of experience in management in First Nation operations with fiscal responsibilities. Applicant must clearly demonstrate their suitability for this position in a Resume, Cover Letter with three (3) references. Criminal Record Check, Intervention Record Checks and Education Credentials.

Deadline date: Open until suitable candidate is found
Please forward the following documentation;
Cover letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check, Child Welfare Check and Certificates
Human Resources at Kehewin Cree Nation
Email: hr@kehewin.ca
Office: 780-826-3333 Fax: 780-826-2355
Applicants will be contacted for interview date and time
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
  • Rose Dion
  • 780-826-3333
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Capital Projects Coordinator
Kehewin Cree Nation is seeking (1) full time position for a Capital Projects Coordinator. Under the direct supervision of the Director of Operations and Functional supervision of the Director of Public Words & Capital Projects the successful candidate will efficiently organize and coordinate activities pertaining to the implementation of Capital Projects and related programs.

Job Duties:
  • Assist in the implementation of the Capital Projects, liaise with contractors and other department sections, working collaboratively with other departments
  • Prepare, organize and maintains data & reports on systems.
  • Visits worksites to monitor and evaluate progress of projects
  • Assist in the day to day operations of the Capital Projects to include required reports
  • Assist in the short- and long-term planning of Capital Projects
Requirements:
  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures
  • Working knowledge of office equipment, like printers and fax machines
  • Proficiency in MS Office (MS Excel and MS PowerPoint, in particular)
  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritize work
  • Attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task
Qualifications
  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Post-secondary education in administration would be a benefit
  • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel) and GIS applications
  • Must possess a valid class 5 drivers’ licence with own transportation
Deadline date: Open until suitable candidate is found
Please forward the following documentation;
Cover letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check, Child Welfare Check and Certificates
to Human Resources at Kehewin Cree Nation
Email: hr@kehewin.ca
Office: 780-826-3333 Fax: 780-826-2355
Applicants will be contacted for interview date and time
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
  • Rose Dion
  • 780-826-3333
  • Kehewin Cree Nation
Posted: Thursday, June 4

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Hiring - Receptionist
Lakeland Family Eyecare is looking for a receptionist to join our team!

We are now accepting resumes for a receptionist position to cover a maternity leave. This can potentially lead into a permanent full time position.

Receptionist are responsible for welcoming all patients to the clinic, scheduling appointments, preforming recalls, taking payments, running insurance, answering phones along with other administrative tasks.

The ideal candidate will enjoy working with the public, have an energetic upbeat attitude and enjoys continuous growth and learning.

Lakeland Family Eyecare offers continuous education, medical benefits, bonus programs and most importantly a career and workplace you will love.

Resumes can be submitted by email to Valerie@lakelandeyecare.com.
Lakeland Family Eyecare
Valerie – Clinic Manager
  • Lakeland Family Eyecare
  • Valerie
  • 780-826-4437
  • Bonnyville
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Carpenter
Looking to Hire a Carpenter to build prep for concrete pad, install doors and windows and assist with build of second floor structure. msg for more info, your experience and expected rate of pay. Vehicle required location is in the MD of Bville approx 20 min from cold lake and 30 min from Bville
  • Stallion Safety Consulting
  • Corinne Beresford-Leeco
  • 780-826-0274
  • Cold Lake, Alberta
  • Will travel to Bonnyville
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Farm labourer
General farm labour, fixing fence, rock picking, cleaning,operating 15-20 per hour depending on experience
  • Nicholas Kunec
  • 780-910-7635
  • LA Corey
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Head Custodian Class III Required for New Myrnam School
St. Paul School Division is now accepting applications for the full-time position of Head Custodian Class III to fulfill the duties of operations and maintenance at the New Myrnam School. Reporting directly to the Principal, as well as the Supervisor of Maintenance, this position is responsible for a wide variety of duties including: day to day janitorial services for the facility, maintenance of buildings & grounds, electrical & mechanical systems and overseeing the custodial staff. We are seeking an individual who can manage in a high paced environment, while striving for continuous improvement.

Deadline for submissions is June 12, 2020.

The position will commence as soon as a suitable candidate is found. A complete job description as well as salary, benefits and hours of work can be obtained from the School Administration Office by phoning 780-645-3323. To view the school and/or further information, please contact Mr. Henri Gratton, Supervisor of Maintenance at 780-645-4933.

Complete resumes, including references, should be forwarded to:

Mr. Doug Fedoruk
Director of Facilities & Transportation
St. Paul Education Regional Division No. 1
4313 – 48 Avenue, St. Paul, AB T0A 3A3

Telephone: (780) 645-3323
Fax: (780) 645-5789

In accordance with Board Policy, the successful applicant will be required to provide a current Criminal Record Check and Alberta Child Intervention Record Check.

We thank you for your interest, however, only those applicants selected for interview will be contacted.
  • St. Paul School Division
  • Doug Fedoruk
  • 780-645-3323
  • St. Paul
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Looking for Swampers in Bonnyville
**Please visit ENTREC.com to apply!**

We are currently recruiting for Swampers. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Driver or Picker Operator with the moving and positioning of equipment, as well as assisting with pre-trip and post-trip checks/inspections.

Essential Functions:
  • As instructed by Dispatch, accompany Operator or Driver to customer site.
  • Assist the Driver with loading the trailer, securing required load onto trailer, and unloading the trailer.
  • Support the Driver in the maneuvering of the truck and trailer using proper hand signals.
  • Accurately complete all necessary paperwork, including the Field Level Risk Assessment prior to starting job and time sheet following job completion.
  • Assist with the maintenance and cleaning of trucks/yard.
  • Perform other duties as required.
Required Qualifications:
  • Proof of a Class 5 License with clean abstract (a Graduated Driver's License (GDL) will not be accepted).
  • Proof of a High School Diploma.
  • Proof of current safety tickets (First Aid, H2S).
  • Able to read, understand, and follow safety procedures & policies.
Working Conditions:
  • Transporting jobs can occur 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Maximum number of hours worked consecutively is outlined in the Traffic Safety Act.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only qualified candidates will be contacted.
  • ENTREC Corporation
  • Marta Kruse
  • 780-948-3454
  • Bonnyville
  • Will travel to Bonnyville
Posted: Thursday, June 4
Hiring - Automotive Detailer/Shop Hand
Automotive Detailer/Shop Hand
CSN Black Ace
St. Paul, Ab
Full–time

CSN Black Ace is currently seeking a professional, enthusiastic, full time Automotive Detailer/ Shop Hand immediately. The requirements for this position include:
  • Washing, cleaning, polishing and performing general upkeep on car interiors and exteriors to ensure they are clean and presentable for customers following vehicle repairs.
  • Operate and maintain cleaning equipment
  • Use a variety of hand held tools to detail the interior and exterior of cars.
  • Final inspection of completed vehicles for quality control.
  • Maintain shop cleanliness, good house keeping skills
  • Must have good communication skills, punctual and work well in a team environment
  • Performs other duties as required.
  • Valid drivers License
Wage negotiable dependent on experience. Benefit package available. Only those of interest will be notified for interview. Interested persons are to send their application and resume to Corwin Robinson at crobinson@blackacecollision.com or fax to 780-645-5537.
  • CSN BLACK ACE
  • Corwin Robinson
  • FAX: (780-645-5537
  • St.paul
Posted: Thursday, June 4 (R)
Hiring - School Bus Contractor Required
St. Paul School Division requires a School Bus Contractor for one rural bus route in the Mallaig area. This contract is to commence the 2020-2021 school year. The bus contractor will be required to provide the appropriate school bus and qualified driver possessing a Class 1 or 2 driver’s license with S Endorsement. Previous experience is essential. Contractor rates are according to the School Bus Contractors 2020-2021 Rate Schedule. For more information and to complete an application form, please contact Mr. Doug Fedoruk, Director of Transportation and/or Nicole Leroux at 780-645-3323.

Applications should be forwarded by Friday June 12, 2020 to:

Mr. Doug Fedoruk
Director of Transportation & Facilities
St. Paul Education Regional Division No. 1
4313 – 48 Avenue
St. Paul, AB T0A 3A3

Telephone: (780) 645-3323 Fax: (780) 645-5789
  • St. Paul School Division
  • Doug Fedoruk
  • 780-645-3323
  • St. Paul
Posted: Thursday, June 4 (R)
Hiring - HSE Manager
Overview
Cyntech, a Keller Company has built a solid reputation around the world as an industry leader in providing innovative, comprehensive, and reliable helical pile and pipeline anchor design and manufacturing services. Their never-ending pursuit to develop efficient, high-quality foundation and pipeline stability products, coupled with their client-focused approach has resulted in strong, sustained growth within their market. Cyntech offers a challenging and rewarding business atmosphere to those who value teamwork, integrity and diversity.

Cyntech is seeking an HSE Manager to join our team in our Cold Lake, AB location.

Responsibilities
Responsibilities will include:
  • Provide leadership and support in the implementation of the Corporate Safety Program
  • Assist management and project teams with the implementation of site-specific safety programs at the site level by working with site teams
  • Assist with internal/external HSEQ audits (e.g.: COR, OHSAS, ISO)
  • Develop and manage Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), Risk Assessments and Safe Work Practices (SWP)
  • Ensure Company’s Health and Safety is in compliance with, or exceeds applicable legislation
  • Implement new and/or modified policies, procedures and initiatives to enhance the program
  • Conduct routine site visits; inspect workplace facilities to ensure consistency with procedures and legislative requirements
  • Investigate Health and Safety related issues; liaise with governing bodies and other third-party inspectors, implement preventative measures and follow-up to ensure compliance
  • Assist in the design and implementation of safety training programs, and employee safety orientations, both on and off project sites
  • Maintain all required documentation and reports; manage Risk Assessments and processes
  • Address and mitigate Worker Near Miss, Incident, Accident and Environmental incidents to analyze, identify and communicate trends and frequency details
  • Act as member of, and resource for, the company’s JHSC
Qualifications
Qualifications will include:
  • Completion of a University or College Degree, or equivalent, in Occupational Health & Safety or related discipline
  • Minimum of 3 years related Health & Safety experience, preferably in Oil and Gas related industry
  • Must be willing to travel throughout Canada and the United States
  • Proficient in MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook)
  • Ability to enforce policies and procedures and give direction to site personnel
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (oral/written)
  • Flexible, adaptable, team player
  • Cyntech Construction
  • Cold Lake
  • Will travel to Cold Lake
Posted: Thursday, June 4 (R)
Hiring - Part-Time Accounting Technician
We are currently seeking a part-time accounting technician to join our team. Our ideal candidate is one who takes pride in delivering top quality work with attention to detail and possesses excellent organizational skills.
Responsibilities:
  • Preparation of; client working paper files, of personal & corporate income tax returns and preparation of payroll, GST reports and year end tax forms
  • Complete bank and other account reconciliations
  • Bookkeeping and journal entry preparation as required
  • Work with accounting software and provide support to clients
  • Respond to client questions
Education-
  • Accounting diploma or degree from a recognized post secondary institution – (equivalent experience will be considered)
Qualifications-
  • Minimum 5 years of accounting experience
  • Experience preparing personal and corporate income tax
  • Solid computer skills with MS Office,Word, Excel and Adobe
  • Proficient in the following software: Profile, Quickbooks,Sage
  • Proven ability to learn new software programs is essential
  • Strong time management skills
  • Proven team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience in full cycle bookkeeping for small business
  • Excellent English verbal and written communication skills are required.
You will require a criminal record check.
We believe a balanced work and family lifestyle is a benefit to our staff and company. We offer flexable hours,the opportunity to work 2 day weeks during July and August as well as time off at Christmas. We also offer a shared medical plan. Send cover letter along with resume to Catherine@tawbcs.com.Only those of interest will be contacted for an interview.
Posted: Thursday, June 4 (R)
Hiring - Customer Service Advisor
Lakeland Chevrolet Buick GMC is seeking a confident, energetic customer service oriented person to work full time in our Service Department.

This Monday to Friday position would include but not limited to; greeting customers, writing and closing work orders, dealing with quotes and booking appointments.

Here at Lakeland Chevrolet Buick GMC, we are committed to hiring individuals to add to our team for long term employment. You will work alongside a friendly, customer focused team that values integrity, honesty and our community.

We are looking for someone with a friendly smile, customer service experience and are willing to train the right individual.

If this sounds like you, please send you resume to hr@lakelandgm.com .
  • Lakeland Chevrolet Buick GMC
  • HR
  • St. Paul
Posted: Wednesday, June 3