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Friday, February 09, 2018

 

Date Posted:

February 09-22, 2018

Job Order #
dc181
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime Temporary until return of incumbent
35 hrs/week

Employer/Location:

South Peace Community Resources Society
Dawson Creek, BC

Job Title:

Reconnect Youth Worker

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

As per the Collective Agreement

Qualifications:

The Reconnect Youth Worker will have:

  • A Diploma in a related human/social service field;
  • One year recent, related experience; or
  • An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

The Reconnect Youth Worker must demonstrate:

  • A high degree and awareness of ethical and professional conduct.
  • A capacity for empathetic listening and support skills.
  • Organization, prioritization, and motivation skills.
  • A non-judgmental attitude.
  • Sensitivity.
  • Cultural awareness.
  • Good boundaries and self-care practices.
  • A healthy, active lifestyle, and be physically healthy.
  • The ability to work in a crisis situation.
  • The ability to role model the 13 philosophical goals to service recipients, staff, and others.

The Reconnect Youth Worker will require:

  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Tact and diplomacy.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Good problem-solving skills.
  • The ability to work independently and in an isolated environment.
  • The ability to work independently and in an isolated environment.
  • The ability to work as part of a team with staff, parents, social workers, professional, and other pertinent individuals.
  • A working knowledge of Excel, Word, and email programs.
  • A valid Drivers License.
Duties:

The Reconnect Youth Worker will:

  • Identify client problems, needs, and risks.
  • Develop and implement short term, issues specific intervention plans within problem guidelines.
  • Provide skill building in problem areas.
How to Apply:
Submit resume.
  • Lori Brooks, Human Resource Coordinator
    South Peace Community Resources Society
    PO Box 713 (10110-13 Street)
    Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4H7
  • Fax: 250-782-4167
  • Email: humanresources@spcrs.ca

Competition Number: 1714

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
This position requires union membership.
This position is open to female and male applicants.

Closing Date:

February 22, 2018

 

Date Posted:

February 09-March 05, 2018

Job Order #
dc182
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
Dawson Creek, BC

Job Title:

Provincial Permit Centre Manager

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

Salary $62,000 - $86,000 annually
Over time, through performance based in-range movement, employees will have the opportunity to reach the maximum of the position’s salary band.
The starting salary for this position is expected to be approximately $72,000.00.
This position is excluded from union membership.

Qualifications:

Qualifications for this role include:

  • Post-secondary education in a management related program and 2 or more years’ experience in progressively more responsible management/supervisory roles, or an equivalent combination of education and related experience.
  • Valid Driver’s Licence in good standing with no more than 9 points within the last five year period.
  • Demonstrated experience in strategic planning and implementation of programs.
  • Prefer demonstrated experience in management/supervision of staff in a busy results oriented call centre/shift work environment.
  • Preference may be given for experience in a Transportation-related field.
Duties:

Make a difference in this operational leadership role

The Provincial Permit Centre (PPC) is a fast paced, high demand call centre that operates in Dawson Creek.  The PPC directly responding to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s mission to advance economic objectives and move goods and people safely within British Columbia by providing commercial vehicle permitting to a growing and dynamic transportation industry.  Some other key functions of the PPC are to provide education, information, advice and public relations to industry partners and client stakeholders.  The PPC is a centre of excellence, which is committed to continuously establishing, implementing and maintaining program planning initiatives in order to achieve best practices in proactively and in response to industry needs.

  • Under the direction of the North Peace District CVSE manager, the Permit Centre Manager is responsible for this Provincial business unit, which is comprised of approximately 19 employees within a call centre/shift work environment, which operates between 6am - 10pm, 7 days per week.
  • The PPC Manager provides leadership, supervision and direction to the PPC staff, manages customer service issues, and is responsible for identifying ongoing training and development needs. 
  • Responsible for the day to day operation of the Provincial Permit Centre, the position ensures that permit and information services are delivered in accordance with policy and customer service standard.
  • As the PPC provides permitting service for the Province of British Columbia, the PPC Manager works closely with the provincial District and Regional partners within the Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure to ensure consistent program delivery. 
  • The PPC Manager establishes and maintains relationships with inter-provincial partners with the goal of providing for streamlined, unified, consistent process for stakeholders. 
  • The PPC manager is required to work closely with industry, stakeholder and other interested groups to continually improve proactive planning initiatives and best practices through a process of consultation, facilitation and evaluation in order to maintain a forward thinking, customer service focussed organization. 
  • The PPC Manager also plays a role in ensuring appropriate IT solutions and in policy/procedure development by working closely with staff in Headquarters.
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply online by March 5, 2018, please go to: https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=47646 .

Competition Number: 47646

Closing Date:

March 05, 2018

 

Date Posted:

February 09-26, 2018

Job Order #
dc183
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
Dawson Creek, BC

Job Title:

Commercial Transport Enforcement Officer

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

Salary $56,197.66 - $64,017.66 annually, as of February 4, 2018

Qualifications:

Qualifications for this role include:

  • Secondary school graduation or equivalent.
  • Three years of experience as a Commercial Transport Inspector, or equivalent.
  • Valid BC Class 5 (minimum) Driver's Licence in good standing (with no more than 9 points within the last five year period).

Required Certifications:

  • Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) certification.
  • Airbrake endorsement, certificate, or training.
  • Justice Institute of BC Investigative and Enforcement Skills Certificate Program core courses.
  • Mobile training course.
  • Emergency Vehicle Operators course.
  • Commercial Transport Inspector Portable Training course.
  • Valid Survival Oriented First Aid Certificate (preferred).
  • Dangerous Goods certification (preferred).
Duties:

The Commercial Transport Enforcement Officer enforces compliance with the acts, regulations and standards that govern the road transportation industry, protect highway infrastructure and protect the safety of highway users.

  • Within the assigned area, the position will monitor roadways, operate Vehicle Inspection Stations (permanent/stationary, portable, mobile) and conduct mechanical and safety checks on commercial vehicles.
  • This position is a Commercial Transport Inspector (CTI) for the purposes of enforcement authorities and, as a British Columbia Peace Officer, will enforce provisions of: Motor Vehicle Act, Commercial Transport Act, Dangerous Goods Act, Motor Fuel Tax Act, Transportation Act, Passenger Transportation Act and pursuant regulations, programs and standards.
  • The Commercial Transport Enforcement Officer will issue warnings and prosecution notices, and may delay or detain vehicles and/or drivers.
How to Apply:
For more information and to apply online by February 26, 2018, please go to: https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=47705 .

Competition Number: 47705

Closing Date:

February 26, 2018