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Fort St John

Thursday, August 03, 2017

 

Date Posted:

August 03, 2017-Until Filled

Job Order #
fsj1218
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

North East Native Advancing Society
Fort St John, BC

Job Title:

Early Childhood Educator (ECE)

Starting Date:

ASAP after closing date

Wages:

Salary range will be based on experience and industry standards

Qualifications:

The successful applicant should possess:

  • College diploma or university degree in Early Childhood Education or related field of study or equivalent combination of education and experience, preferably with experience in a First Nations educational environment; Infant Development and Infant Toddler Certification an asset.

  • Valid Child Care License.

  • Valid First Aid Certificate, specialized for children e.g. Child Safe.

  • Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture.

  • Ability to communicate effectively and to build strong relationships with community members, partners, and children.

  • Ability to work as part of a team.

  • Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, and email.

  • Acceptable criminal record check.

  • Drivers License and current abstract required.

Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to apply.

Duties:

The North East Native Advancing Society is a non-profit charitable organization that provides holistic human resource development programs and services to First Nation, Status, Non-status and Inuit persons residing in Northeastern BC.  Programs are intended to improve the quality of life for First Nation and Inuit people and are mandated through various contribution agreements held with the federal and provincial governments.

Reporting to the Society's Manager, this role will include but not be limited to:

  • Planning and organizing activities for pre-school children in collaboration with the other teachers at the centre.

  • Leading and monitoring children in activities to stimulate and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth.

  • Assist with program accountabilities and requirements.

  • Schedule and conduct parent-teacher interviews.

  • Share in the responsibility of conducting home visitations.

  • Assist Head ECE in ensuring that the centre maintains all health, licensing and safety standards at all times.

  • Other duties as required.

How to Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume with references.
  • Cheryl Testawitch, Quality Assurance Officer or Shelley Gauthier, Finance Officer
    North East Native Advancing Society
    10328-101 Avenue, Fort St. John, BC  V1J 2B5
  • Tel:  250-785-0887
  • Fax:  250-785-0876
  • Email: ctestawitch@nenas.org  or sgauthier@nenas.org

While we appreciate all applications, only those short-listed will be contacted.

Closing Date:

Until Filled

 

Date Posted:

August 03, 2017-Until Filled

Job Order #
fsj1219
Full/Part-time:

On Call

Employer/Location:

North East Native Advancing Society
Fort St John, BC

Job Title:

Responsible Adult/Childminder (1+)

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

Salary range will be based on experience and industry standards

Qualifications:

All applicants should possess:

  • Be responsible adults who have experience and understanding of working with children of diverse cultures within structured childcare programs.

  • Possess a valid First Aid certificate, also specialized certification such as Child Safe, or willing to obtain.

  • Ability to communicate effectively to build strong relationships with community members, parents, and children.

  • Ability to work as part of a team.

  • Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, and email.

  • Acceptable criminal record check.

  • Drivers License and current abstract are required.

Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to apply.

Local (Peace Region) applicants will be considered first.

Duties:

North East Native Advancing Society is a non-profit charitable organization that provides holistic human resource development programs and services to First Nation, Status, Non-status and Inuit persons residing in Northeastern BC. 

Reporting to the Society's Manager, the following roles will include but not be limited to: 

  • Preschool and child care programs are based on children's interests and learning needs, and include the use of individual, small and large group activities, indoor and outdoor play, learning centres, outings and field trips. Activities are varied frequently and are designed to accommodate individual children's unique abilities.

  • Out-of-school care programs include activities designed to complement the school program, provide recreational and artistic opportunities and meet the unique needs of the children. Educators and caregivers in these environments are responsible for providing a safe, secure, relaxing and fun place for children. 

  • Assist with development and implementation of programs designed to meet children's social, physical, intellectual, creative, cultural, emotional and developmental needs and interests in a play-based environment.

  • Plan, organize and implement childcare activities collaboratively with the ECE team of workers.

  • Build children's social and interpersonal skills and positive self-concept by establishing routines and positive guidance policies that allow children to feel secure, comfortable and safe.

  • Establish and maintain good communication with children's families and community agencies involved in children's development.

  • Attend to children's arrival and departure times.

  • Provide play experiences in a variety of areas (such as music, dramatic play, art, science, water and literacy).

  • Provide nutritional snacks and meals.

  • Provide quiet rest time or nap time, and may include outdoor play and field trips.

  • Ensure that the centre or program maintains all health, licensing and safety standards at all times.

  • Other duties as required.

How to Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume with references.
  • Cheryl Testawitch, Quality Assurance Officer
    North East Native Advancing Society
    10328-101 Avenue, Fort St. John, BC  V1J 2B5
  • Tel:  250-785-0887
  • Fax:  250-785-0876
  • Email: ctestawitch@nenas.org

While we appreciate all applications, only those short-listed will be contacted. 

Closing Date:

Until Filled

 

Date Posted:

August 03, 2017-Until Filled

Job Order #
fsj1220
Full/Part-time:

Fulltime

Employer/Location:

North East Native Advancing Society
Fort St John, BC

Job Title:

Early Childhood Educator Assistant

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

Salary range will be based on experience and industry standards

Qualifications:

All applicants should possess:

  • Grade 12, College diploma or Early Childhood Education or related field of study or equivalent combination of education and experience, preferably with experience in a First Nations educational environment; Infant Development and Infant Toddler and Special Needs courses an asset.

  • Valid First Aid certificate, specialized for children e.g. Child Safe, or willing to obtain.

  • Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture an asset.

  • Ability to assist in communicating effectively and in building strong relationships with community members, partners, and children.

  • Ability to work as part of a team.

  • Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, and email.

  • Acceptable criminal record check.

  • Drivers License required.

Individuals of Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to apply.

Duties:

North East Native Advancing Society is a non-profit charitable organization that provides holistic human resource development programs and services to First Nation, Status, Non-status and Inuit persons residing in Northeastern BC.  Programs are intended to improve the quality of life for First Nation and Inuit people and are mandated through various contribution agreements held with the federal and provincial governments.

Early Childhood Educator (ECE) Assistant

Reporting to the Society’s Manager, this role will include but not be limited to:

  • Assist Head ECE in ensuring that the centre maintains all health, licensing and safety standards at all times.

  • Assist with the planning and organizing of activities for pre-school children in collaboration with the other teachers at the centre.

  • Lead and monitor children in activities to stimulate and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth.

  • Assist with program accountabilities and requirements.

  • Assist with scheduling and conducting parent-teacher interviews.

How to Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume with references.
  • Cheryl Testawitch, Quality Assurance Officer or Shelley Gauthier, Finance Officer
    North East Native Advancing Society
    10328-101 Avenue, Fort St. John, BC  V1J 2B5
  • Tel:  250-785-0887
  • Fax:  250-785-0876
  • Email: ctestawitch@nenas.org or sgauthier@nenas.org

While we appreciate all applications, only those short-listed will be contacted.

Closing Date:

Until Filled

 

Date Posted:

August 03-16, 2017

Job Order #
fsj1221
Full/Part-time:

This position is based on a rotational work schedule of 4 days on and 3 days off.

Employer/Location:

ATCO Two Rivers Camp Services
Fort St John, BC
Work Location: 7 kilometers southwest of Fort St John

Job Title:

Camp Attendant - Site C

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

 

Qualifications:

ATCO Two Rivers Camps Services Ltd is seeking applications from local job seekers in the Peace River region of British Columbia.

  • CSTS would be an asset.

  • Good organizational skills.

  • Ability to multitask.

  • Excellent people skills.

  • Good oral and written communication skills.

  • Ability to prioritize.

  • Experience in a camp setting would be an asset.

  • Final candidates will be required to undergo a Fit to Work Assessment, Drug and Alcohol test, and Criminal Background Check.

  • Only local candidates will be considered at this time.

Duties:

Under the direction and leadership of the Head Camp Attendant, we are seeking Camp Attendants for the BC Hydro Site C project. The Camp Attendant will be responsible for general housekeeping at the Lodge.

  • Maintain clean and hygienic conditions of the bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchen units.

  • Make beds, changes sheets, distributes clean towels and toiletries.

  • Wash, dry, and fold linens and towels.

  • Assist in laundry as needed.

  • Dust and vacuum all furniture and draperies.

  • Sweep, mop, wash, wax and polish floors.

  • Pick up debris and empty trash containers.

  • Wash windows, walls, and ceilings.

  • Ensure adherence to all government regulations as well as ATCO Structures & Logistics Health and Safety, policies and procedures.

  • Ability to lift 25+ lbs.

  • Other duties as assigned.

How to Apply:
Apply online at https://careers.atco.com/ .  Select "ATCO Structures & Logistics".

We would like to thank everyone for their application; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

Closing Date:

August 16, 2017

 

Date Posted:

August 03, 2017-Until Filled

Job Order #
fsj1223
Full/Part-time:

Regular Fulltime 35 hrs/week Monday-Friday

Employer/Location:

Northern Lights College
Fort St John, BC

Job Title:

Student Recruiter

Starting Date:

ASAP

Wages:

Classification 12, $42,026.58 - $43,326.38 per annum, as per the BCGEU Support Collective Agreement.  Northern Lights College offers a competitive extended health and dental benefit package, and MSP is employer paid.  Full time employees receive 119 hours of vacation annually, pro-rated and front loaded, and receive the time off with pay for the period of December 25th to January 1st each year.

Qualifications:
  • Two year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution in a related field, plus one year of experience in recruitment or sales. 

  • The successful applicant should have superior interpersonal skills; have the ability to make presentations to large groups, multi-task, and to prioritize with meeting tight deadlines.

  • Experience with social media and computer skills are an asset. 

  • Must be willing to travel and have a valid Drivers License.

Duties:
  • Under the direction of the Registrar, the Student Recruiter is responsible for recruiting new and returning students, providing information to prospective students and related markets, and engaging students in ongoing promotional activities; including liaising with school districts for dual-credit entry to the College, parents and other external agencies.

  • This position is significant to the College growing and maximizing its students in a competitive market. 

  • Travel, evening and weekend work will be required on a scheduled basis.

How to Apply:
Qualified applicants are invited to forward a resume and letter of application, quoting the competition number, and including names and telephone numbers of three current professional references to personnel@nlc.bc.ca .

Competition Number:  17:091A

We thank all applicants for their interest in employment with NLC, however; only those contacted for an interview will be acknowledged.  Please note that all internal candidates will be given first consideration.

Closing Date:

Until Filled