Local area jobs

Play Attendant

COMPANY: Playful Pumpkin Play Cafe

START DATE: Immediately

SALARY: Minimum wage

HOURS: On call basis/ casual hours

The Playful Pumpkin is a safe place for young children to play inside and socialize while caregivers and parents treat themselves to a well-deserved hot beverage and pastry.

Love children? Need some extra working hours? Can work on an on-call basis? Playful Pumpkin is looking for you.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Engaging with the children
  • Toy sanitation up to Day Care Regulations is required daily
  • Assist in the running of the café / making of coffee/ restocking of shelves etc.
  • Working a cash register (will be trained)
  • Other duties as required

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Experience an asset but not a necessity
  • Must be able to obtain both a clean vulnerable record check and a clean criminal record check.
  • Love of children
  • Self- motivating/ flexible and reliable

There are 2 new programs that will be coming to the Playful Pumpkin in September so there is a possibility of more hours.

HOW TO APPLY: Please apply in person to: The Playful Pumpkin Play Café located at 80 Water St., Windsor and ask for Stephanie.

Play Attendant

POSITION: Play Attendant

COMPANY: Playful Pumpkin Play Cafe

START DATE: Immediately

SALARY: Minimum wage

HOURS: On call basis/ casual hours

 

The Playful Pumpkin is a safe place for young children to play inside and socialize while caregivers and parents treat themselves to a well-deserved hot beverage and pastry.

 

Love children? Need some extra working hours? Can work on an on-call basis? Playful Pumpkin is looking for you.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Engaging with the children
  • Toy sanitation up to Day Care Regulations is required daily
  • Assist in the running of the café / making of coffee/ restocking of shelves etc.
  • Working a cash register (will be trained)
  • Other duties as required

 

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Experience an asset but not a necessity
  • Must be able to obtain both a clean vulnerable record check and a clean criminal record check.
  • Love of children
  • Self- motivating/ flexible and reliable

 

There are 2 new programs that will be coming to the Playful Pumpkin in September so there is a possibility of more hours.

HOW TO APPLY: Please apply in person to: The Playful Pumpkin Play Café located at 80 Water St., Windsor and ask for Stephanie.

Tutoring Facilitator

The Hants Learning Network Association is accepting applications for a facilitator to work with our "Learning Together" tutoring program for elementary and middle school students this fall.

Full details: www.hantslearning.com/opportunities

 

Licensed Mechanic

COMPANY: Ardoise Mechanical

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: Depending on experience

HOURS: Monday-Friday (some weekends may be required)

                

JOB DUTIES:

  • Ability to diagnose and repair engine, transmission, electrical, steering, suspension, brakes, tires, exhaust, and AC systems.
  • Mount and balance tires, perform alignments and other related tire services
  • Safely perform other maintenance and light repair services as needed

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • At least 3 years experience working as a mechanic
  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Willingness to be a subcontractor would be an asset
  • Valid Driver’s License and own transportation is a must

 

HOW TO APPLY:

Please e-mail resumes to:

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Mechanic

REPORTS TOOwner

LOCATION: Terry Brown’s Garage-209 Irishman’s Rd. Newport Station.

START DATE: Immediately

SALARY: Negotiable depending on experience

HOURS: Monday -Friday 8am to 5pm

POSITION SUMMARY

As the main function of our business is Vehicle repair, the mechanic is an integral part of our team.  They are responsible for the complete repair to vehicles and completion of regular vehicle maintenance.

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Mechanic is responsible for:

 

Mechanical Repairs (100%)

  • Completion of vehicle maintenance including oil changes, tire rotations, etc.
  • Installing lights, car batteries, fuses, hoses, etc.
  • All vehicle motor repairs

 

Other duties as required.

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

The Mechanic must know:

  • How to operate a vehicle
  • Have a strong understanding of how an automobile works and the mechanics involved
  • Have basic math skills

The Mechanic should be able to:

  • Follow and understand detailed instructions
  • Work efficiently and independently
  • Manage time and deadlines

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must possess certificate or post-secondary skills training in Automotive Repair and Mechanics
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license (minimum Class Five)
  • Red Seal preferably

 

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

The Mechanic should demonstrate the following competencies

Essential Employability Skills

  • Reading – Must be able to read instructions for repairs; will receive instructions from owner and mechanic on tasks required to complete
  • Oral Communication- Will at times interact with customers with regards to their vehicle repairs
  • Job Task Planning- to identify and plan daily job tasks and repairs
  • Problem Solving- Has to be able to solve problems as they arise with regards to vehicle repairs

LANGUAGE

  • Must have understanding and ability to speak, read and write English

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The typical physical demands of the Auto Body Repair Person include:

 

  • Strength Requirements:

Required to lift a minimum of 50lbs; lifting of auto body parts onto vehicles

 

  • Motion Parameters:

Must be able to bend, stand and crawl, in, around and under vehicles; use hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity when operating equipment such as sanders, welders, hoists, etc

  • Work Environment:

Will be working indoors, outdoors, in a garage environment; working in an environment with fumes, dust and hazardous materials; temperatures in garage environment can fluctuate depending on work being completed.

Please phone Terry Brown at 902-790-1146 or 902-798-4047

FAMILY LITERACY FACILITATOR

Hants Learning Network Association, Windsor, NS

Position Available: Family Literacy Facilitator

Contract Period:

September 2019 to June 2020

Rate of Pay: $24/hour

Hours:

Average 2-6 hours/week (after school and evenings) and one Saturday/month

Location:

Various sites in West Hants, reliable transportation necessary

Position Scope:

Under the direction of the Hants Learning Network Association (HLNA) and reporting to its Executive Director, and in cooperation with theAnnapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education (AVRCE), the Family Literacy Facilitator is responsible for the effective delivery of the “Family Literacy Fun” family literacy program.

The Facilitator is expected to follow best practices as established for family literacy programs in Nova Scotia, including

  • · providing programs that are based on the needs of the families and are relevant to their goals and ways of learning
  • · adapting programs to reflect individual needs
  • · actively involving families in the development of the programs · providing a safe environment for families to learn
  • · assessing and evaluating programs to ensure all outcomes are achieved · using gender/age appropriate and culturally sensitive materials
  • · ensuring that appropriate records, reports, and other documentation are accurate and up-to-date

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

  • · plan, prepare, and deliver quality family literacy programs in math, reading, and writing to adults and children in consultation with HLNA andAVRCE staff
  • · arrange program times according to needs of site and participants · assess learning materials for bias and appropriateness
  • · participate in planning and team meetings as requested · prepare lesson plans
  • · communicate and consult with program partners on a regular basis · create a safe, encouraging learning environment
  • · develop appropriate learning activities for program participants
  • · maintain an open line of communication with program participants · encourage an interest in lifelong learning
  • · prepare requested reports in a timely manner · maintain accurate and up-to-date records
  • · follow guidelines for staff working in AVRCE schools
  • · purchase appropriate resources within assigned budget

 

  • · participate in training as requested
  • · consult with executive director regularly regarding program planning and resources
  • · advise executive director and school principals of any changes in program times, sick time, etc. · ensure confidentiality, respect, and professionalism in all matters

Qualifications

  • · must be able to work independently
  • · understanding of principles of adult education
  • · experience working with adults and children in an educational setting
  • · strong knowledge and understanding of literacy development practices · comfort with elementary school level math concepts
  • · knowledge of children’s literature · familiarity with reading strategies ·      proven organizational skills
  • · excellent oral and written communication skills · sound computer skills

Assets

  • · university degree in education
  • · completion of the Nova Scotia Tutor and Instructor Training and Certification Program

Required Documentation

  • · Criminal record check (dated within last three months and provided upon hiring)
  • · Child abuse registry check (dated within last three months and provided upon hiring)

To apply:

Email your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to: Katharine McCoubrey, Executive Director, Hants Learning Network Association This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Applications will be accepted until September 3, 2019.

Line Cook (short order cook)

COMPANY: Crossroads Family Restaurant

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: To be negotiateddependant on experience- we offer competitive wages.

HOURS: Varying Hours: Approximately 30 – 40 hours per week, some weekends and evenings-restaurant closes at 8:00 pm.

 

JOB DUTIES:

 

  • Grill, cook, and fry foods such as but not limited to French fries, seafood, hamburgers etc.
  • Perform simple food preparation tasks such as making sandwiches, salads etc.
  • Grill and garnish hamburgers or other meats, such as chicken
  • Plan work on orders so that items served together are finished at the same time
  • Restock kitchen supplies, rotate food, and stamp the time and date on food in coolers
  • Perform general cleaning activities in kitchen area
  • Store supplies or goods in kitchen or storage area

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

 

  • Attention to detail- job requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks.
  • Dependability- job requires being reliable, responsible and being dependable.
  • Job requires the physical ability to complete moderate lifting (up to 50 lbs.) on a repetitive basis.
  • Able to listen and follow directions thoroughly.
  • A multi tasker who can work quickly and efficiently with the ability to stand for long periods of time.
  • Must have good organizational and time management skills
  • Experience as a line cook would be an asset.

HOW TO APPLY:  Please drop off resume to Crossroads Restaurant at 4140 Garlands Crossing during regular working hours, please ask for Roland Schofield or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

URGENT NEED FOR STUDENT EMPLOYEES

CKF has an urgent need to hire several students as quickly as possible for packing jobs in our manufacturing plant.  They will get full time work for the remainder of the summer and may have an opportunity for part time work throughout the school year and full time work again next summer.  It is 12 hour shifts, some nights and weekends, and they will be expected to work four shifts per week.  The pay is $15.85 for day shift and $16.82 for night shift.   They will be packing product and standing on their feet in the heat for 12 hours so need to be resilient.  Please spread the word and ask them to apply immediately at www.ckfinc.com/careers or send their resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

GENERAL LABOUR/PACKER - CKF

CKF, a manufacturing plant in Hantsport, Nova Scotia, is looking for several employees to work in our production facility.  We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week year round, and need physically fit people who can work 12 hour shifts in a fast paced environment.  Successful applicants must be able to stand for long periods of time and perform repetitive tasks.  All employees begin their career at CKF packing our molded pulp products and then have the opportunity to advance to other more challenging positions, such as Machine Operator, over a period of time.  We are a unionized organization offering competitive wages and an extensive benefits package.  All interested candidates must complete an application at www.ckfinc.com/careers.

CKF has 5 plants across Canada manufacturing food service and other packaging products, and employs over 700 people.  The Hantsport plant is located in the beautiful Annapolis Valley, 50 minutes from Halifax.

Book and Advertisement Production Designer

COMPANY: TMT Business Solutions

START DATE: Immediately

SALARY: $20.00 to $30.00 per hour (To be negotiated depending on experience)

HOURS: 9-5 weekdays- part time hours working into full time or depending on book production schedule (option to be contract work)

JOB DUTIES:

  • Use existing photo and illustration banks and typography guides
  • Determine the medium best suited to produce the desired visual effects and the most appropriate vehicle for communication
  • Prepare sketches, layouts and graphic elements
  • Develop the graphic elements that meet the clients’ objectives
  • Co-ordinate all aspects of production for print, audio-visual or electronic materials

 

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Book production experience is essential for this position
  • Limited design ability required
  • Other trades certificates or diploma or equivalent experience
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, work under pressure
  • Attention to detail is a must
  • Effective interpersonal skills along with excellent written and oral communication
  • Client focused, team player and shows initiative
  • Ability to estimate costs of materials and time to complete graphic, designs and illustrations
  • Able to use existing photo and illustration banks and typography guides
  • Familiar with InDesign, Adobe Suite and Adobe Illustrator

 

This is a non-smoking environment.

HOW TO APPLY: Please email a cover letter along with a resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Must be legally work in Canada.

Playami is hiring!

Playami

WE'RE HIRING!

Send resume and short video resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

For a detailed job description, please speak to a Nova Scotia Works staff member.

 

 

CareForce is Hiring

We Are Hiring!

We are currently in need of experienced care staff who will work weekends, overnights and day shifts (we will train).

Experienced Home Care Aides and CCA’s required for Hants, Kings and Annapolis Counties. Great support system and team working environment. Light housekeeping, laundry, meal prep and personal care. Shifts include overnight, alternate weekends and days. Careforce, an award-winning home care agency, has been serving residents throughout the Annapolis Valley since 1990.

We pride ourselves in being consistent, reliable and professional with clients and staff alike.

Caregivers with Careforce are valued and respected. Check us out today!

Apply by email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education Native Student Advisor (2 positions)

Worksites: To be determined
8 hours per day with a flexible work schedule, which may include working after school, evening and on weekends.
Start Date: August 19, 2019
Closing date for Applications: August 5, 2019

These positions will be supporting students of Indigenous descent in the Northeastern Kings and West Hants Families of Schools, reporting to the Coordinator of Mi’Kmaq Services/Education. This position is for 8 hours per day.

The Native Student Advisor will work directly with Indigenous students to provide support to them and their families in making schooling a positive experience. The goal of the Native Student Advisor is to help students achieve success and remain in school by fostering a positive environment of good will, respect and dignity among students, parents/guardians, teachers and all community members. The Native Student Advisor will be required to work outside of regular school hours in accordance with the Collective Agreement in order to accomplish the goals of the program.

Position Requirements:

  • · post-secondary education (in human services or a related field preferred); · be of Indigenous identity (preference given to Mi’Kmaq);
  • · knowledge of the Indigenous Nova Scotian Community;
  • · experience and ability to work with Indigenous Nova Scotian youth, parents/guardians and communities; · demonstrated skills working with youth;
  • · excellent interpersonal skills and written and verbal communication skills;
  • · ability to work collaboratively as part of a team involving students, teachers, parents/guardians, support agencies, and the surrounding communities;
  • · ability to work independently;
  • · willingness to acquire a thorough knowledge and understanding of the communities served by the schools and to attend related community meetings;
  • · knowledge of, experience in, and commitment to the principles of race relations, cross-cultural understanding and human rights; knowledge and experience in mediation and conflict resolution;
  • · a valid Nova Scotia drivers license and access to a properly insured vehicle as per School Centre policy, if required to transport students;
  • · a current Driver’s Abstract will be required.
  • · a current Child Abuse Registry/Criminal Records Check with vulnerable sector. · willing to take pertinent training.

Applications will be considered:

  • · First, in accordance with the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union (NSGEU) Local 73 Bargaining Unit.
  • · Second, to applicants who self-identify and are members of the identified peoples in accordance with AVRCE's Employment Equity.
  • · Third, if there are no successful candidates from the Employment Equity applicant pool, then other external candidates will be considered for this position.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

For more information and how to apply, please go to the Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education website at www.avrce.ca, only online applications
will be accepted.

 

3 Labourer Full Time Positions

COMPANY: Ruggles Contracting

 

START DATE:  Immediately

 

SALARY: Depending on experience

 

HOURS: 40-45 hours/ week, Mon-Fri (some weekends may be required)

                

JOB DUTIES:

  • General labour duties as required
  • Must be able to work in all weather conditions (heat and cold)
  • Operating various power tools
  • Must be able to work at heights
  • Shovel snow to clear out work area

 

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Roofing/ ICF Concrete experience considered an asset
  • Must have WHMIS certificate
  • Willing to train
  • Steel toed work boots and tool belt (hammer, chalk line, knife etc.) required
  • Valid Driver’s License/Own transportation

HOW TO APPLY:

 

Please email resumes to:

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Irrigation System Technician

COMPANY: Underground Irrigation Systems Ltd.

START DATE: Immediately

SALARY: $15.00 per hour

HOURS: Variable hours. Seasonal employment ending in November.

 

If you enjoy working with your hands and spending your day outdoors and don’t mind a little physical labour, this is the position for you.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Installation of variety of Irrigation Systems
  • Performing various irrigation/landscaping tasks & operating equipment in a safe and professional manner
  • Operate & maintain equipment as required
  • Maintain a clean work site

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Ability to work well as part of a team and under supervision
  • No experience necessary but a willingness to learn
  • Be physically fit, hardworking & reliable
  • Have the ability to work in all weather conditions (rain or shine!)

 

Business is run out of Windsor. To be at the shop by 7:20 for a departure at 7:30 for the job sites in various areas.

HOW TO APPLY:  Please call the owner at 902-798-1404 and if needed, leave a message.

The EXTEND Program Community Liaison

REPORTS TO: Owners, The Station Foundation

STARTING DATE: To be determined

SALARY: Dependent upon Government Funding (JCP)

POSITION SUMMARY

The EXTEND Program Community Liaison will support the social values of the Station Foundation and build community awareness, connections, and strategic partnerships to ensure healthy, just, and sustainable food is available to all Nova Scotians. The primary responsibility is to develop a resource mapping/index toolkit to establish and raise awareness of the services provided by the Station Foundation to the community.

 

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Conduct market research and gather data to help widen the reach and focus of the Foundation.
  • Analyze and report findings from market research
  • Liaising with partner farms and producers, community agencies, schools and other organizations/ agencies interested in supporting food access, food literacy, understanding food waste, impact of import replacement through buying local, and the health of vulnerable populations and communities, including youth and older adults
  • Establish, maintain and update all forms of social media that are being used for the Station Foundation
  • Participate in the strategy sessions around building and executing program for The EXTEND Program.

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:

  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Enjoys working in a fast-paced environment, looking for variety and challenge
  • Ability to be proactive, multi-task and feels comfortable working with people at all levels
  • Be driven to improve processes and be innovative
  • Skilled in organizing resources and establishing priorities
  • Ability to work both independently as well as a contributing team member
  • Demonstrate the ability to coordinate multiple activities and prioritize workload
  • Strong organizational skills with attention to detail

How to Apply: email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This project is dependent upon the employer receiving government funding (JCP). Eligibility for interested candidates is as follows: (1) You are unemployed (2) you have been in the labour market for at least 2 years (3) You have a current regular EI claim OR have had an EI claim ending within the last 5 years OR have been employed with gross insurable earnings of $2000 or higher annually in at least 5 of the previous 10 years.

Part- time Casual Tour Bus Driver/Guide

COMPANY: Lisa Drader- Murphy

START DATE: Immediately

SALARY: $20 per hour

HOURS: Approximately 16 hours per week with the potential for full time hours as season progresses.

                

JOB DUTIES:

  • Tour drivers must operate vehicles to transport passengers for trips and tours
  • Drivers must follow predetermined routes to collect and drop off passengers
  • May have to make unscheduled stops if requested by passengers, since drivers serve at the convenience of the tour group
  • Ensure that the vehicle is in safe working order

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Must possess a Class 4 license
  • Available to work on Saturdays
  • Looking for outgoing, friendly individuals who are knowledgeable about the areas of Falmouth, Halifax and Peggy’s Cove

 

Note: In order to obtain your class 4 license, go to a Department of Motor Vehicles Branch, take a written and road test (there is a cost to taking the tests $15.15 for the written- $53.00 for the road test). A medical is required.

HOW TO APPLY:  Please email your resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pro Shop Attendant

COMPANY: Sherwood Golf and Country Club

START DATE:  Immediately/ ending Oct. 27th

SALARY: Dependant upon level of experience

HOURS: Part time- 32 hours per week with variable shifts

Reports to: General Manager 

 

Sherwood Golf and Country Club is looking for an individual who will run the day to day operations in the Pro Shop.

JOB DUTIES:

  • Responsible for checking in Chalet guests
  • Selling of golf memberships and daily Guest fees
  • Operating the tee sheet
  • Answering questions related to golf equipment and merchandise
  • Other duties as required

 SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Individuals who are highly motivated in planning to increase sales and manage the golf operations
  • Customer service is of utmost importance
  • Must have own transportation
  • Willingness to learn the POS system (point of sale) if not familiar with system
  • Must be reliable
  • A server’s license and golf experience an asset

HOW TO APPLY: Please send resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Multi Sport Coach

We are looking to build an amazing team to plan and deliver a range of sports and activities to a group of children aged 6-12 years old. Our PLAYAMI After School Program is launching September 2019 at three schools in Windsor Nova Scotia and surrounding areas. The Playami multisport program offers children the chance to play a different recreational sport each day of the week while staying at their school. We will be building this team over the summer months with an official start date in mid-August.

We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic and active leaders who love the outdoors. Our goal is to create a welcoming environment that ensures all participants are safe, actively engaged, motivated & having fun!

If you are a high energy individual with a creative passion, experience and leadership to coach 6 to 12 year old youth in a broad range of sporting activities, and, are able to manage equipment handling, roll call, and a variety of parent – child pickup arrangements, team leader who handles paperwork, planning, customer service and team leadership with your other colleagues; then send us your resume telling us why you are best for this position.

As part of the team you will create a fun and safe environment for children experiencing a broad range of sporting activities, maintain professional relationships with the parents and school administration and be doing something important for the future of these young people. Each school will have one team lead, and 2 assistants to ensure the welfare of all participants. Additional employment opportunities available during the summer months.

  • Hours: Monday to Friday 2-6pm
  • Pay: $13 to $19 per hour depending on experience and leadership
  • Criminal record check & child abuse registry will be required.
  • First Aid Certified (we will cover costs)
  • Fundamental basics in 5 plus sports is required. (self-directed to learn more)
  • Child Care certification NOT required.

Our Program leaders are expected to get off the sidelines and to actively participate in delivery, showcasing basic skills, demonstrating good practice and most importantly, having fun!

You will be part of our 70-year family legacy at Sportwheels Sports Excellence & Giving Forward is an integral part of our business model. Our social enterprise helps provide equipment and registration for children in need all across Nova Scotia. Playami is an important part of our Mission to help families into recreational sports.

Please send your resume and short video resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

www.playami.ca

www.sportwheels.ca

Casual CCA - Dykeland Lodge

Job Description: Under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse, CCA assists all residents in accordance to their care plans and activities of daily living.

Qualifications:

-CCAs will work within their Scope of Practice

-Reliable with good attendance and cheerful disposition

-Personal care of residents, including restorative care and the ability to lift up to 50 lbs

-Maintenance of a clean and sanitary environment

-Possesses exemplary Customer Service skills

-Effective communication both written and verbal in English

-Ability to maintain confidentiality and privacy in all aspects of the organization

-Must take initiative and able to work with minimum supervision

-Respectful and hardworking team player

-Police check and Vulnerable Sector Screening Request in the last 3 months is required

-Will be accepting RN, LPN and CCA students

-Will hire PCW working towards CCA Certification once Clinical Placement has begun

Training & Experience:

- Standard First Aid or Basic Life Support- CPR/Choking Adult

-Successful completion of CCA/PCW course

-Experience in a long term care or similar environment is considered an asset

-Alzheimer's Disease Course preferred

Offers & Incentives:

-Free parking

-Comprehensive Package

-Comprehensive Orientation

-A supportive work environment

-"Kudos" Internal Recognition Program

-Referral/Incentive Program

-Employee Recognition Gathering (BBQ, Christmas Party, Potlucks)

-Casual staff will be paid 4% in lieu of vacation

Salary Range:

In accordance with the Collective Agreement with Dykeland Lodge

 

To apply, please send your Cover Letter and Resume to Gabrielle Tullis at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.