Local area jobs

Fitter / Welder

The Company

For more than 40 years, MacGregors Industrial Group has been a leading provider of machining and metal fabrication solutions to the manufacturing, energy, mining, forestry and construction industries.  Our goal is to add value and build trust with our clients. 

Located in New GlasgowNova Scotia, our markets reach throughout North America and into export markets. 

The Opportunity: Welder

Continued growth and expansion have resulted in the need for an addition of a full time, long term, Fitter / Welders.

Responsibilities   

  • Interpret drawings and perform accurate calculations and layouts from drawings.
  • Ensure all parts are fitted accurately in accordance to supplied drawings.    
  • Weld components using manual or semi-automatic welding equipment in various positions (Horizontal, vertical or overhead). 
  • Strong communication with supervision and QA/QC to ensure accuracy.
  • Set up of components for welding according to specifications.  
  • High attention to industry safety standards.

  

 

Job Requirements

  • Be proficient using a variety of welding equipment (Tig, Mig, etc…)
  • 5+ years’ experience as a Fitter / welder.
  • Professional Certification (welding certification or red seal) will be an asset.
  • Strong attention to detail.

Languages

  English

Hours & Benefits

  40 hours per week with medical benefits, dental benefits, group insurance benefits, safety footwear allowance, pension plan and vision care benefits.    MacGregor’s offers flexible vacation scheduling as well as 10 paid holidays per year.  

 

How to Apply

  If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  We would like to thank all applicants; however, only those candidates with the required skills and experience will be contacted.

Machinist

The Company

For more than 40 years, MacGregors Industrial Group has been a leading provider of machining and metal fabrication solutions to the manufacturing, energy, mining, forestry and construction industries.  Our goal is to add value and build trust with our clients. 

Located in New GlasgowNova Scotia, our markets reach throughout North America and into export markets. 

The Opportunity: Industrial Machinist (1)

Continued growth and expansion has resulted in the need for an addition of a full time, long term, Industrial Machinists.

Preferred Credentials

  • Machinists trade certification
  • 3rd period apprentice
  • 4th period apprentice

Job Requirements

  • Complete understanding in the operations of milling and lathe functions
  • Blue print reading
  • The ability to set up machines for production processes and the instruction of apprentice employees.
  • CNC knowledge will be an asset

Languages

  English

Hours & Benefits

  40 hours per week with medical benefits, dental benefits, group insurance benefits, safety footwear allowance, pension plan and vision care benefits.    MacGregor’s offers flexible vacation scheduling as well as 10 paid holidays per year.  

Wages

   TBD based on qualifications.  

How to Apply

If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

We would like to thank all applicants; however, only those candidates with the required skills and experience will be contacted.

  MacGregor’s business versatility can be viewed at www.macgregors.ca

CNC Machinist

The Company

For more than 40 years, MacGregors Industrial Group has been a leading provider of machining and metal fabrication solutions to the manufacturing, energy, mining, forestry and construction industries.  Our goal is to add value and build trust with our clients. 

Located in New GlasgowNova Scotia, our markets reach throughout North America and into export markets. 

The Opportunity: CNC Machinist (1)

Continued growth and expansion has resulted in the need for an addition of a full time, long term, CNC Machinists.

Preferred Qualifications  

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience
  • Able to read and accurately interpret prints and shop drawings.
  • Ability to set up and operate 3 and 4 axis CNC Milling Machines (Lathe an asset).
  • Ability to select and use the appropriate precision measuring instruments to ensure components are machined to specified tolerances and surface finishes as indicated on prints, shop drawings, charts and tables.
  • Good knowledge of FANUC controllers, ability to read and edit NC programs.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.

  

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for setup and operation on CNC and manual machining equipment.
  • Verifying tooling requirements prior to the startup of each job.
  • Responsible for the CNC machining of precision components with various metals.
  • Perform work accurately.
  • Meet or exceed daily workload requirements.
  • Ensure equipment maintenance program is followed at all times.

Languages

  English

Hours & Benefits

  40 hours per week with medical benefits, dental benefits, group insurance benefits, safety footwear allowance, pension plan and vision care benefits.    MacGregor’s offers flexible vacation scheduling as well as 10 paid holidays per year.  

 

How to Apply

  If you are interested in joining our team, please send your 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.

  We would like to thank all applicants; however, only those candidates with the required skills and experience will be contacted.

  MacGregor’s business versatility can be viewed at www.macgregors.ca

Labourer/Forklift Operator

The Company

For more than 40 years, MacGregors Industrial Group has been a leading provider of machining and metal fabrication solutions to the manufacturing, energy, mining, forestry and construction industries.  Our goal is to add value and build trust with our clients. 

Located in New GlasgowNova Scotia, our markets reach throughout North America and into export markets. 

The Opportunity: Labourer

Continued growth and expansion have resulted in the need for an addition of a full time Labourer.   

Responsibilities:

  • Forklift Operations
  • Unloading and loading of incoming/outgoing materials via forklift
  • Cutting of metal materials with Hydraulic Bandsaw, torch, etc.
  • Delivery of materials to customers and contractors.
  • Assisting production welders & fitters as required.  
  • Organizing and cleaning of the Production area as well as the receiving yard.  

  

 

Job Requirements

  • Hold a valid forklift license
  • A valid driver’s license
  • Familiar with various types of metals and metal fabrication processes
  • Experience in welding would be an asset
  • Strong attention to detail.

Languages

  English

Hours & Benefits

  40 hours per week with medical benefits, dental benefits, group insurance benefits, safety footwear allowance, pension plan and vision care benefits.    MacGregor’s offers flexible vacation scheduling as well as 10 paid holidays per year.  

 

How to Apply

  If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  We would like to thank all applicants; however, only those candidates with the required skills and experience will be contacted.

Sawmill Labourer

COMPANY: Neilys Sawmill in Falmouth

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: Dependant on experience

                          

HOURS:  Part time hours to start with a possibility of full time work
               Closes for the season in December and opens again in March/April

 

JOB DUTIES:

  • Takes lumber from conveyors and sorts in designated areas.
  • Piles lumber
  • Maintains a clean work environment
  • Able to lift heavy objects

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Power saw experience an asset but not necessary
  • Must be physically fit with the ability to stand to long lengths of time
  • Possess good hand-eye coordination
  • A high level of safety awareness
  • The ability to maintain concentration and focus for long periods of time
  • Must have their own work boots
  • Own transportation

 

HOW TO APPLY: Please call either Catherine or Richard at 902-798-3494 before dropping off resume. Please apply in person with resume to Neilys Sawmill, 925 Sangster Bridge Road, Falmouth.

Landscape Labourer (FT)

COMPANY: Macdonald’s Landscaping

 

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: Depending on experience

 

HOURS: Monday - Saturday

                

JOB DUTIES:

 

Variety of Landscaping duties such as, but not limited to:

  • Hardscaping (building gardens, rock work and pathway construction)
  • Lawn mowing and grounds keeping
  • Hedge trimming, pruning
  • Flowerbed maintenance (weeding and planting)
  • Both hand and power tools are used.

 

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Must have drivers license and own transportation
  • Ability to lift 30-50 pounds
  • Able to crouch and/or stand for long periods of time
  • Previous landscaping experience considered an asset (will train)
  • Must have steel-toed safety boots

 

HOW TO APPLY:

 

Please call Leon or Lisa at (902) 798-0780

Information & Resource Specialist

Location: Valley Region (Coldbrook)

Start date: Immediately

1 Permanent full time salaried employee

Summary:

Reporting to the Manager - Career Resource Centre (CRC), the Information & Resource Specialist (IRS) is an integral member of the larger Kings County employability team. The IRS is responsible for assisting residents of Kings County to access employment related services, this includes: job search, resume/cover letter development, mock interviews, labour market research, and screening for funded interventions.

 

Major Responsibilities/Duties:

 

  1. Direct Client Service
  • Demonstrates a clear understanding of employability tools and professional competence in the use of these interventions.
  • Strong awareness of various provincial and federal funding programs and requirements.
  • Commitment to ethical, professional and caring client service.
  • Demonstrates excellent understanding of local labour market trends.
  • Facilitation of employment related individual and group workshops.
  • Strong awareness of barriers to employment and demonstrated ability to support clients to problem solve these or navigate appropriate resources.
  • Understanding of community partners/stakeholders and demonstrated commitment to collaborative working relationships
  • Ability to provide clients with appropriate referrals to internal PeopleWorx programs and partner organizations.
  1. Data Management
  • Demonstrated competency in the use of the Labour Market Program Support System (LaMPSS) database.
  • Client Case Management.
  • Ability to maintain up to date electronic and paper filing systems.
  1. Team Support
  • Demonstrates commitment to being an integral member of the larger CRC team.
  • Provide consultation and support as appropriate within the team.
  • Willingness to occasionally work in other PeopleWorx CRC offices in order to promote team development and the transmission of information.
  1. Other
  • Maintain PeopleWorx updates on external social media and internal electronic info boards.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Manager of Career Resource Centres or Executive Director.

Qualifications:

  1. Education
  • Post secondary education or equivalent in the area of Human Services or equivalent.
  1. Experience & Credentials
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in the field of human services
  • Career development/employment services experience considered an asset
  • Experience working in the non-profit sector with demonstrated passion for and service delivery to clients.
  • Excellent inter-personal skills and demonstrated success as a team player.
  • Competent computer skills including MS Word, PowerPoint and using social media.

Job Context:

Coldbrook CRC office

Standard weekday hours of 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Six month probationary period, during which all duties above must be demonstrated

Criminal record check required

 

Salary:

Will be determined based on experience and qualifications

Based on an hourly wage of $16.52 - $19.16/hour

Please forward applications (résumé and cover letter) to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Deadline: May 10, 2019 4:00PM

We thank all applicants for their interest.

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Restaurant Team Member - Full Time

POSITION:  Restaurant Team Member

COMPANY: Glooscap Landing: Tim Hortons

 

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: $11.55

 

HOURS:  5:30am – 1:00pm (40 hours/ week)

                

 

Position Description:

As a team member your top priority is guest satisfaction. Whether you are the very first person our guests encounter or producing quality finished bakery items that our guests come to enjoy and love you will have the opportunity to deliver and create exceptional guest experiences.  Your energy and passion for guest service are what make you a top team member in this fast-paced environment while your ability to multi-task and communicate with your fellow team members will contribute to your success.

 

Apply to this job if you:

  • Demonstrate a passion for guest service and creating exceptional guest experiences
  • Enjoy working with a successful team in a safe environment
  • Have a strong work ethic and are committed to your team
  •  

As part of our team we offer you:

  • Comprehensive training
  • Incentive and recognition programs
  • Team Tim Hortons Scholarship Program
  • Advancement opportunities
  • Community involvement

HOW TO APPLY:

 

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

Or drop off resumes to: Nova Scotia Works (80 Water Street, Windsor)

(please specify that it is for the Glooscap Landing position)

GENERAL LABOUR/PACKER - CKF - 20 Positions

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.

Customer Service/ Retail Clerk

COMPANY: Mclean’s Petro-Canada/ Robins Donuts, Newport, N.S

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: $ 11.55/ hour

HOURS:  

  • Part- time, Nights & Weekends (20-30 hours/week)

JOB DUTIES:

  • Participating in preparation of food according to customer request
  • Perform transactions using cash and POS systems
  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment
  • Adhere to government regulations on the sales of tobacco, lotto and alcoholic products
  • Replenish merchandise, including items in the convenience store and Robins

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Team player with great communication skills
  • Flexible individual who is willing to work varying shifts
  • Greet customers in a friendly, helpful manner

HOW TO APPLY:

In Person:

Mclean’s Petro
7955 Highway 214-215 R.R#3
Newport, N.S - B0N 2A0                                                                               

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

Continuing Care Assistants (CCA) – Casual & Part Time

About the Windsor Elms Village (Falmouth, NS):  Windsor Elms Village is an Eden Registered Home with a resident-directed philosophy of care.  It builds on a rich history and reflects our commitment to continue to evolve to meet the emerging needs of seniors in Nova Scotia.  We will continue to embrace life, provide compassionate support and encourage meaningful relationships with residents, families, staff and the community.  We are creating a home environment where residents can continue to grow and experience the fullness of life.

Creating a Sense of Home:  We are home to 108 residents.  At Windsor Elms Village there are three distinct neighbourhoods. Each neighbourhood has four houses of nine residents.  With such a diverse group of residents, you will find each house has its own character.  At WEV, we strive to create flexibility that mirrors life in the communities and homes our residents have known.

Continuing Care Assistants (CCA):  

We are seeking CCAs to fill casual and part time positions in our home located in Falmouth, NS (just 40 minutes from Halifax)

As a CCA you will be providing care and services to meet the needs of our residents.  As a CCA within our team, you will be creating a positive and pleasant environment in the Resident’s home by working collaboratively and respectfully with all care partners including residents, co-workers, families, physicians, community and professional agencies.  In everything you do, you will strive to enhance and strengthen the groups and individuals who live and work at the Windsor Elms Village.

As an important member of our team -- working with all care partners — you do what it takes to enrich relationships and                           well-being for residents. 

Qualifications:

  • Nova Scotia Certification as a Continuing Care Assistant (CCA) or current enrollment as an LPN or RN student from a recognized institution
  • Good communication skills
  • Education and experience in long-term care, geriatrics, and dementia is preferred
  • Standard First Aid and CPR certification
  • Computer literate

 

Special Notices regarding Pension Plan

  • The Windsor Elms is an active participating employer with Nova Scotia Employees’ Pension Plan (NSHEPP). If you are a member of NSHEPP, your pension is portable to Windsor Elms!

 

Interested in applying?

Windsor Elms offers a competitive compensation package and a work environment where team work and individual contributions are valued.   Submit a resumé to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax 902-798-3302. 

Queries Can Be Forwarded to the Director of People, Denise Turnbull   E.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    P.   902 472-3659

Military Contracts Coordinator

Source Atlantic provides a complete and single source of distribution to the industrial, government, commercial and residential markets. We are partnered with hundreds of world class suppliers, offer a multitude of specialized and technical services, and have many value added solutions designed to improve our customers’ efficiency and productivity.

A vital strength within Source Atlantic is its team of dedicated, honest, and customer oriented employees. A willingness to improve and achieve are evident throughout the company as a result of focus on value added services for our customers, technological advances and employee training. We are currently seeking a strong candidate to represent Source Atlantic in Mt. Uniacke, NS

Military Contracts Coordinator


Duties to include:

    • Search Online Buy & Sell for Government Solicitations daily
    • Follow up with suppliers on PO’s, RFQ’s and expedite orders from manufactures to ensure on-time delivery
    • Follow up with customers on the status of quotes sent
    • Update reports including but not limited to Open PO’s, Order numbers, Waybills, IRB
    • Liaise with Source Atlantic accounts department on payments/invoice matters
    • Maintain ValveKeep access database
    • Send Order Acknowledgements when needed
    • Internal PO requisitions
    • Must be able to obtain Controlled Goods and ISED Security Clearance as a condition of employment

Skills Requirements

  • Post-secondary education in Business (Degree or Diploma) or relevant experience
  • Knowledge of procurement processes, policies and procedures
  • Strong emphasis on accuracy and detail
  • Familiar with Government Military contracts, terms and conditions
  • Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously to meet goals and deadlines
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office programs, especially Excel (an Excel test will be given if successful for an interview)
  • Superior time management and organizational skills

In return for the above, we are offering a permanent position on an established team in a great working environment.

All full-time positions offer a Comprehensive Benefits Package, including:

  • Position related training
  • Competitive Pay Scale
  • Flexible Health, Drug and Dental Plan
  • Matching Contribution Retirement Savings Plan
  • Life and Disability Insurance Options
  • Confidential Employee Assistance Program
  • Service Awards Program
  • Enhanced Vacation Entitlement
  • Physical Fitness Refund Plan

If you are interested in this opportunity, please forward a resume in confidence by clicking on “Apply online now”.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates who will be moving on in the interview process will be contacted.

 

APPLY ONLINE NOW

Pizza Cook

COMPANY: Shirley’s Pizza Brooklyn

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: Dependant upon experience

HOURS: 3pm to 9pm – 6 days a week

               

JOB DUTIES:

  • Prepare pizza out of our menu and based on custom orders
  • Helps in preparing pizza dough
  • Wash and chop vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, onions and mushrooms
  • Cut, slice meats in preparedness for pizzas
  • Grate cheeses
  • Stock shelves in the convenience store

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Experience would be an asset but not a requirement
  • Understanding food hygiene
  • Owner is willing to train
  • Willingness to work

HOW TO APPLY:  Please drop resume off to Shirley’s Pizza and Convenience Store located at 1061 Hwy # 215 Brooklyn ( almost across from the Irving Gas Station) or send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Buffer Technician

BioVectra Inc. is a leading bio-science business in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, focused on contract manufacturing and product development of active pharmaceutical ingredients, pharmaceutical intermediates, and bio-reagents.

BioVectra Inc. has multiple positions available for Buffer Technicians. These are permanent, full-time positions located in Windsor, Nova Scotia.

The candidate will be responsible for:

  • Hands-on operation of physical and automated equipment to prepare buffers for Microbial Fermentation and Purification.
  • Handling, dispensing, and weighing out of raw materials in accordance with procedures.
  • Mixing solids and liquids in accordance with recipe documents in a clean and controlled environment.
  • Performing general warehousing, material staging and preparation, cleaning and housekeeping duties.
  • Preparing production equipment for maintenance/service/changeover.
  • Performing In-process testing including pH, conductivity, spectrophotometry etc.
  • Providing feedback and recommendations for procedural and process improvements.
  • Complying with safety requirements, GMP/GDP, SOP, hazardous materials and manufacturing documentation.
  • Actively participating in BioVectra's quality management system, focusing on the batch production records, work instructions and adherence to policies and standard operating procedures at all times.

The successful candidate for this position should have:

  • High School diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Degree or diploma in Biotechnology, Chemistry, or Biology considered an asset.
  • Industrial experience in a pharma and cGMP facility an asset.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • Ability to work independently and communicate effectively in a dynamic team environment
  • Excellent attention to detail, written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work 12-hour rotating shifts, required to use a respirator and able to lift up to 25 kg.

BioVectra offers a competitive salary and benefit package. Interested candidates are asked to apply by

http://www.biovectra.com/careers/ and click on career opportunities.

Production Technician

BioVectra Inc. is a leading bio-science business in Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, focused on contract manufacturing and product development of active pharmaceutical ingredients, pharmaceutical intermediates, and bio-reagents.

BioVectra Inc. has multiple positions available for Production Technicians. These are permanent, full-time position located in Windsor, Nova Scotia.

The candidate will be responsible for:

  • Hands-on operation of physical and automated equipment to perform Microbial Fermentations and Purifications.
  • Controlling processes from start-up to shutdown, including unit operations of microbial growth, expression, recovery, filtration, and purification.
  • Performing In-process testing including pH, conductivity, spectrophotometry, osmometry, densometry, etc.
  • Writing manufacturing work instructions, training procedures, departmental procedures and SOPs.
  • Writing and assembling commissioning packages or Turn over Packages and qualifications for utilities and equipment.
  • Executing commissioning test functions and qualification documents for manufacturing and lab equipment, utilities and systems.
  • Providing feedback to their manager on recommendations for procedural and process improvements.
  • Complying with safety requirements, GMP/GDP, SOP, hazardous materials and manufacturing documentation.
  • Actively participating in BioVectra's quality management system, focusing on the batch production records, work instructions and adherence to policies and standard operating procedures at all times.
  • Performing general warehousing, material staging and preparation, cleaning and housekeeping duties.
  • Preparing production equipment for maintenance/service/changeover.

The successful candidate for this position should have:

  • Post-secondary diploma in an applicable area of study, or minimum two years direct work experience in a field related to GMP BioPharma.
  • Industrial experience in a pharma and cGMP facility an asset.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
  • Ability to work independently and communicate effectively in a dynamic team environment
  • Excellent attention to detail, written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work 12-hour rotating shifts, required to use a respirator and able to lift up to 25 kg.


BioVectra offers a competitive salary and benefit package. Interested candidates are asked to apply by:

http://www.biovectra.com/careers/ and click on career opportunities.

Restaurant Team Member - Backshift

POSITION:  Restaurant Team Member

COMPANY: Glooscap Landing: Tim Hortons

                                             

START DATE:  Immediately

SALARY: $11.55

 

HOURS:  Back-shift/Float (must be able to work days/evenings/nights)

                

 

Position Description:

As a team member your top priority is guest satisfaction. Whether you are the very first person our guests encounter or producing quality finished bakery items that our guests come to enjoy and love you will have the opportunity to deliver and create exceptional guest experiences.  Your energy and passion for guest service are what make you a top team member in this fast-paced environment while your ability to multi-task and communicate with your fellow team members will contribute to your success.

 

Apply to this job if you:

  • Demonstrate a passion for guest service and creating exceptional guest experiences
  • Enjoy working with a successful team in a safe environment
  • Have a strong work ethic and are committed to your team
  •  

As part of our team we offer you:

  • Comprehensive training
  • Incentive and recognition programs
  • Team Tim Hortons Scholarship Program
  • Advancement opportunities
  • Community involvement

HOW TO APPLY:

 

Applicants can apply by email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Or drop off resumes to: Nova Scotia Works (80 Water Street, Windsor)

(please specify that it is for the Glooscap Landing position)

 

Restaurant Team Member - Production

Position Description

As a production team member your top priority is guest satisfaction.  You take pride in producing quality finished bakery or menu items that our guests come to enjoy and love.  You assist in serving guests where necessary and respond to special guest requests in a friendly manner. You follow Tim Hortons standards and guidelines when preparing products for our guests as well as follow all operating guidelines for each piece of equipment.  You support a clean environment through regular clean up; maintain a neat and professional appearance in accordance to our company policy, minimize food waste and maintain freshness of products. Your energy and passion for guest service are what make you a top team member in this fast-paced environment while your ability to multi-task and communicate with your fellow team members will contribute to your success.

Apply to this job if you:

  • Demonstrate a passion for guest service and creating exceptional guest experiences
  • Enjoy working with a successful team in a safe environment
  • Have a strong work ethic and are committed to your team
  • Previous food preparation experience considered an asset.

As part of our team we offer you:

  • Comprehensive training
  • Incentive and recognition programs
  • Team Tim Hortons Scholarship Program
  • Community involvement

Hours of position are 11:30 am - 7pm

Position Location:  All Windsor locations along with Hantsport and Glooscap Landing (410 Ben Jackson Rd. Lockhartville)

To Apply: Please drop off resume to Nova Scotia Works at 80 Water St. Windsor or email resume to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Summer Student Jobs

Summer Student - Production Worker

Eden Valley Poultry Inc. is a Canadian company - unique in the industry. We process and market chickens and turkeys for Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island farmers.

We strive to be an employer of choice by contributing to the well-being of the community, minimizing our impact on the environment and remaining focused on exceptional food safety and quality standards.

We are seeking Summer Students. As a Summer Student you will process and package poultry. You will ensure all work performed adheres to organizational standards as well as food and safety regulations and guidelines. This is a labour intensive position requiring individuals to perform repetitive tasks and stand for long periods of time.

As a Summer Student Candidate you:

  • must be a full time student and enrolled in a post-secondary institution for September 2019;
  • are available for work between May-September;
  • have the ability to work in a safe and efficient manner;
  • are willing and able to follow specific instructions;
  • can perform repetitive tasks with little supervision;
  • can work in a team; are reliable;
  • have a commitment to accuracy and detail;
  • have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment; and
  • are able to work shifts as schedule.

The hourly rate for a Summer Student is $19.55. Applicants should apply to edenvalleypoultry.com

Camp Counsellor

You remember what it was like growing up. You remember the people who made an impact on your life and you want to be that someone for young people. You are looking for a challenging role that will be extremely rewarding. You will lead and mentor youth from low-income families through a remarkable summer camp program.

If this sounds like you, consider an opportunity as a Camp Counsellor with the Tim Horton Children's Camp.


You will…

    • establish relationships with youth that reflect respect, trust and empathy
    • support the successful execution of intentional camp programs and wilderness trip experiences, connecting them back to the program outcomes
    • encourage camper development at their own pace recognizing their achievements
    • respond appropriately when addressing challenging camper behaviours as they arise
    • model healthy choices and emotional maturity
    • exhibit a constant duty of care for our campers, and appropriately assess and respond to risks
    • be challenged physically and mentally as you live in an overnight camp or wilderness setting for 10 day sessions, with 2 days of break in between

You are…

  • at least 18 years old
  • pursuing post-secondary education in recreation, outdoor/adventure education, teaching or related field
  • experienced at working with youth aged 12 – 16
  • are skilled in positive behaviour management and have demonstrated group leadership skills
  • certified in Standard First Aid or Wilderness First Aid (WFA), or are willing to obtain
  • bilingual in English and French (considered an asset)
  • able to provide an acceptable criminal background check
  • able to join us between June 10, 2019 and August 30, 2019

Note: This opportunity is also available at our other camp locations. As part of your application for this posting, you have the opportunity to indicate your interest in other camp locations or positions.


The Tim Horton Camps…

  • believe that thriving youth create stronger communities
  • understand that youth from low-income homes face greater obstacles to reaching their potential
  • foster strengths within youth, and empowers them to pursue a life without limits
  • use the power of camp and community as a catalyst for change
  • build teams who like to have fun while sparking constructive actions in others
  • provide our team with many training, development and travel opportunities

APPLY ONLINE

Summer Camp Leaders

Job Summary

We are currently seeking a Camp Administrator to join our unique school. We value this role as a strong component to our overall school experience and therefore are quite selective.

Job Type / Category

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities

-If needed, report, daily, to parents their child’s progress, achievements, experiences, and challenges while working with children. These childcare responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

-Building a positive working rapport with each family from the camp, ensuring a trusting, respectful, and appropriate working bond with each child.
-Have a repertoire of activities that facilitate active learning experiences, engaging children’s curiosity, enthusiasm, and interests, as well as building interpersonal skills, self-confidence, and leadership qualities. All activities must be connected with the educational philosophies of the school.

-Clean spaces used daily in accordance with your working shift. Collect garbage, recyclables, compost as needed from the space and other spaces used to maintain a clean and safe environment.

-Manage children’s behavior by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures that support and engage a child’s success. Maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school. Follow all school policies and protocols, including safety and standards for teaching and learning

Required Education, Skills and Qualifications

Applicants must have:

-Experience and/or training in early childhood, children and youth -Criminal Records Check
-Child Abuse Registry Check
-3 References related to working with children, within the past 5 years

Other experiences you might have that are considered assets:

-Post-Secondary Degree in Education, Child and Youth, Recreation or equivalent experience/training.
-Camp leading, directing, teaching, and other related work experience -Teaching in alternative educational environments

-Leadership experience in programs working with children, youth, families, and communities

-Experience in Multi-age classrooms, Multiple learning styles, Diverse Learners -Experience teaching physical, arts, or hands-on life skills education

Company Profile

We are a small independent school in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, focused on the development of each student. We offer small classes, for grades pre-k to nine and enhanced learning that exceeds Nova Scotia Department of Education Curriculum. We provide a welcoming and safe educational experience that offers integrated daily physical, arts, and life skills education; inquiry and theme-based curriculum in a student-centered and hands-on learning environment; and a small, family-focused school dedicated to low student-teacher ratios.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $13.00 to $15.00 /hour