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Dawson Creek

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

 

Date Posted:

January 02, 2018

Job Order #
dc01
Full/Part-time:

Parttime

Employer/Location:

Stuie's Diner
10516-8 Street
Dawson Creek, BC

Job Title:

Cook

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

 

Qualifications:

Experience would be an asset.

Duties:
  • Cooking, cleaning, prep and dishes.
  • Helping in all areas as needed.
How to Apply:
Submit resume.
  • In person to above address
Closing Date:

 

 

Date Posted:

January 02, 2018-Until Filled

Job Order #
dc04
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime/Parttime

Employer/Location:

Edo Japan
11404 8th Street, Unit 103
Dawson Creek, BC

Job Title:

Cook

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

 

Qualifications:

Must be at least 18 years old.

Duties:

Responsible for Teppan cooking (grill), prepping, cleaning and dishwashing.

How to Apply:
Submit resume.
Attention: Leila or Randy
Closing Date:

Until Filled

 

Date Posted:

January 02, 2018

Job Order #
dc05
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

Peace Country Petroleum
Dawson Creek, BC

Job Title:

Class 1 Fuel Driver

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

$30/hr plus benefits

Qualifications:
  • Class 1 Drivers License and current abstract.
  • Previous liquids hauling an asset.
  • Experience chaining up.
  • Successfully pass drug and alcohol pre-employment and random testing.
Duties:

Class 1 Fuel Driver to deliver from Dawson Creek terminal to various off-highways locations.

This is year round employment with the benefit to be home every night.  NO camp work.

How to Apply:
Submit resume.
Closing Date:
 

 

Date Posted:

January 02-26, 2018

Job Order #
dc06
Full/Part-time:

Contract up to 30 hrs/month.  Flexible hours.

Employer/Location:

BC Association of Community Response Networks

Job Title:

Regional Mentor

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

$36-41/hr

Qualifications:
  • Several years experience with a CRN and/or and understanding of the CRN’s role in coordinating and not providing direct service. Experience in community development.
  • Extensive knowledge of the region of the province in which they will be mentoring.
  • Strong relationships with individuals and organizations from multiple sectors within their community and/or region. For example: government ministries, health authorities, police, community agencies, indigenous and immigrant groups and the voluntary sector.
  • Experience in health, social work and capacity building especially when dealing with largely hidden or socially unexamined, unpopular issues.
  • Workshop facilitation and public speaking competence.
  • Proficiency in working with e-mail, Word, Excel, websites, social media and teleconferencing.
  • Experience in management of small to medium sized teams.
  • Mentors must be able to travel to Vancouver once a year for a team meeting.
  • They must also have a valid Driver’s Licence and be able to travel around their region as required.
  • Must have a home office.
Duties:

Community Response Networks are formed in local communities to help keep vulnerable adults safe from abuse, neglect and self-neglect. The Networks are made up of designated agencies, service providers and community members to provide a coordinated response within the community.

  • The mentor works as part of a Mentor Team and reports to the Team Leader.
  • The mentor recruits and supports Community Response Networks (CRNs) in local communities within a pre-determined geographic area within the Province of BC.
  • They work together to develop interagency and community protocols to guide the local response to adult abuse, neglect and self neglect.
  • The Mentor Team collaborates to recommend materials and programs which will benefit the advancement of the Networks at the local level. They mentor local communities to see that programs are made available to their CRNs and support, where necessary, their implementation. They are responsible for ensuring that the local CRNs report back to the BC CRN with regard to their participation, that of their network, their community and the use of funds, both raised locally and from the BC CRN. The Mentor is an integral part of the BC CRN and other roles will emerge from time to time.
  • A Mentor may also contract with the BC CRN to take on projects and/or research as the funding becomes available.
How to Apply:
Submit resume.
Attention: Sherry Baker, Executive Director
Closing Date:

January 26, 2018

 

Date Posted:

January 02-19, 2018

Job Order #
dc08
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

Credential Financial Strategies Inc, (CFS), Lake View Credit Union
Dawson Creek, BC

Job Title:

Credential Financial Strategies Coordinator

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

To be discussed

Qualifications:

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • High School Graduate supplemented with post-secondary education in an office careers program.
  • Completion of the IFIC courses (Canadian Securities Course), is a definite asset.
  • General investment and insurance industry knowledge and awareness of the Canadian Credit Union System are highly desirable.
Duties:
  • This position is responsible for providing administrative and office support to the CFS Representative(s).
  • In addition, this position is responsible for maintaining files, processing bill payments, preparing a variety of activity reports, and other related duties.
  • This is an entry-level position where the selected candidate will start in an assistant role, with the expectation to be trained and licensed to fulfil the role as a licensed financial planner within 12 months or earlier.
How to Apply:
Candidates are invited to email their cover letter and resume.
Attention: Human Resources Dept

We will be in contact with short-listed candidates.

Closing Date:

January 19, 2018

 

Date Posted:

January 02, 2018-Until Filled

Job Order #
dc09
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

DC Bearing & Hydraulic Services Ltd
537-114 Avenue
Dawson Creek, BC  V1G 2Z9

Job Title:

Labourer - Cylinder Repair Dept

Starting Date:

Immediately

Wages:

Negotiable with experience.  Excellent benefit package.

Qualifications:
  • Class N or higher Drivers License and current abstract.

  • Candidate with knowledge of hydraulic cylinders, pumps and motors would be an asset. All duties can be taught from no experience and can lead into a Apprentice Machinist.
  • If no hydraulic experience, being mechanically inclined is an asset.
Duties:
  • Suitable candidate will work into a machinist journeyman apprenticeship.
  • Duties include disassembling hydraulic cylinders, replace seals and reassemble.
How to Apply:
Submit resume.
Closing Date:

Until Filled

 

Date Posted:

January 02, 2018-Until Filled

Job Order #
dc10
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

DC Bearing & Hydraulic Services Ltd
537-114 Avenue
Dawson Creek, BC  V1G 2Z9

Job Title:

Journeyman Machinist

Starting Date:

Immediately

Wages:

Negotiable with experience.  Excellent benefit package.

Qualifications:
  • Class 5 Drivers License and current abstract.

  • 4th year apprentice or Journeyman Machinist.

  • Experience in machining, welding and /or hydraulics an asset.

  • Essential Skills - numeric, writing & oral communications; working with others; problems solving; decision making; critical thinking; job task planning and organizing; working independently, continuous learning.

Duties:

Machines:  Lathes, Boring Machines, Broaching Machines, Drill Press, Lapping Machines, Milling Machines, saws, Hydraulic Test Bench, Welders. (NO CNC WORK)

Work Settings: Agriculture, Logging and General.

How to Apply:
Submit resume.
Closing Date:

Until Filled