Cooke Aquaculture Inc., a dynamic and growing east coast family company, with Platinum Member status in the Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program, is offering a unique opportunity for a highly motivated individual to join the IT team as Business Intelligence Analyst in Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick. Founded in 1985, Cooke Aquaculture Inc. has grown from a small family business to the world’s largest independent, fully-integrated producer of Atlantic salmon and related products. The company remains family owned and based in Blacks Harbour, NB, with operations throughout Atlantic Canada, US, Chile, Spain and Scotland. Cooke Aquaculture is committed to responsible and sustainable seafood production and the delivery of high quality products through a number of brands and sales offices throughout Canada, the US and internationally. The company is also a proud partner and supporter of a variety of community-based organizations and events. Reporting to the Business Intelligence Manager, the Business Intelligence Analyst will work with the business intelligence team to develop and provide new business intelligence solutions. Working with the Business Intelligence Manager and other internal stakeholders, you will define, and develop existing or new structures around data capture and reporting, data centric reports utilizing data visualization best practices to empower the organization to make key business and operational decision. You will have responsibility for creation and validation of a full suite of operational reports, dashboards, and analytics. You will bring your experience in acquiring, curating, linking, integrating and interconverting data from a wide variety of sources. You have a strong knowledge of Microsoft SQL, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, Power BI, Visual Studio, Azure and all spreadsheet tools. Additionally you have a broad understanding of multiple technologies, including DBMS, ETL, EDW creation reporting, OLAP and other BI related technologies. Along with your high level of technical skills, you also bring the ability to work in a fast-paced environment on multiple projects, for the creation of technical solutions to meet organization’s business requirements. While you will be working within a team environment, the ability to work independently is key to your success. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a company that is positioned for continued growth both regionally and globally. Please send your expression of interest before 03/02/2017 to Maureen Millier at Maureen@maureenmillier.com Please quote competition number BIA0110-CB when applying.
Cooke Aquaculture Inc., a dynamic and growing east coast family company, with Platinum Member status in the Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program, is offering a unique opportunity for a highly motivated individual to join the IT team as Senior Systems Analyst in Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick. Founded in 1985, Cooke Aquaculture Inc. has grown from a small family business to the world’s largest independent, fully-integrated producer of Atlantic salmon and related products. The company remains family owned and based in Blacks Harbour, NB, with operations throughout Atlantic Canada, US, Chile, Spain and Scotland. Cooke Aquaculture is committed to responsible and sustainable seafood production and the delivery of high quality products through a number of brands and sales offices throughout Canada, the US and internationally. The company is also a proud partner and supporter of a variety of community-based organizations and events. Reporting to the Infrastructure Manager, the Senior Systems Analyst is responsible for keeping the messaging infrastructure, including Microsoft Exchange, MDM, Active Directory and related systems at peak performance and highly available. As Senior Systems Analyst, you will own and modify as appropriate systems configuration settings, establish best practices, and maintenance standards for assigned systems. You will identify and investigate hardware and software issues and implement resolution plans, function as the subject matter exert for architecture performance tuning, capacity planning, and design of new technologies related to messaging and collaboration. You will develop and upkeep documentation for all responsible environments and act as subject-matter expert and provide after-hour support and on-call support as required. You will bring a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field, working knowledge of one or more virtualization technologies (such as VMware), a minimum of three years experience with Windows Server platforms and administering Microsoft Exchange. You have experience with Active Directory, GPO’s, DNS, WINS, and Mobile Device Management. To complement your technical skills you have a strong commitment to customer service, and the ability to work independently and produce results, in a fast-paced environment. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a company that is positioned for continued growth both regionally and globally. Please send your expression of interest before 27/01/2017 to Maureen Millier at Maureen@maureenmillier.com Please quote competition number SSA0110-CB when applying.
Community College Custodial Worker II Competition # 16-6835-007 Location: Miramichi NBCC is currently seeking a dynamic and competent individual for the position of Custodial Worker II. Our College is committed to transforming lives and communities. When you work at NBCC, you are a valued team member of a community of leaders who are driven by learning excellence and by our important role in social and economic development. Reporting to the Facilities Supervisor, as a member of the maintenance team, you are responsible for performing the more difficult or specialized cleaning tasks and for hands-on maintenance duties in campus buildings and grounds. Typical duties can include: mopping and scrubbing floors; waxing and polishing floors and furniture; cleaning washrooms and replacing supplies; disposing of waste paper; moving heavy furniture and equipment; opening and closing buildings; readying premises for instructors, students and staff; setting up classrooms and meeting rooms to specifications; and performing exterior maintenance such as cutting grass, shoveling snow, and cleaning walkways; as well as other related duties. You are also responsible for maintaining an assigned area in a clean and orderly condition in accordance with standards, planning, ordering and maintaining cleaning supplies and equipment, and maintaining records and reports. In addition, the coordination, scheduling and supporting of a small staff of custodial workers engaged in cleaning and minor maintenance work. These duties require making work decisions independently although work usually follows established methods and work schedules. Regular hours of work will be 40 hours per week with a Monday to Friday work schedule, from 9:30am to 6pm.Regular work hours may be subject to change. Additional overtime and weekend work may be required. Required qualifications for this opportunity include the completion of high school or GED and a minimum of three (3) years of experience in custodial work, with demonstrated basic computer experience and a valid class 5 driver’s license. The successful candidate must possess good communication and interpersonal skills and thrive in a team environment. Supervisory experience is an asset. Candidates must clearly demonstrate how they meet these qualifications on their resumes. Written and spoken competence in English is required. Other combinations of education and experience may be considered as equivalent. Subject to competition response, the minimum qualifications may be raised. NBCC offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that includes a competitive hourly wage for this position ranging from $15.90 – $19.12.This position is a unionized position where the terms and conditions of employment are in accordance with the Canadian Union of Public Employees collective agreement (Operational Services Group) for the College. All applicants must be eligible to work in Canada at the time of application. This competition may be used to fill future vacancies at the same level. We promote an equal opportunity work environment. Interested candidates must submit a detailed resume by January 23, 2017 via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by mail to the following address: Human Resources, NBCC, 284 Smythe St., Fredericton, N.B., E3B 3C9.Applications must reference the competition number and position. All applications will be acknowledged upon receipt.
Cooperative Apartment Relief Worker Location: St. John’s, Canada Employment Opportunity Eastern Residential Support Board Inc. is requesting applications from qualified individuals interested in employment in a fulfilling and exciting field. Positions currently being advertised are classified temporary/relief; however successful applicants can expect immediate employment with consistent access to shifts. These are unionized positions covered by the Group Homes Master Collective Agreement. Eastern Residential Support Board Inc. is a non-profit organization incorporated under the Corporations Act. A government-authorized board of directors oversees the activities of the organization. The Department of Health and Community Services, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador provides the Board’s mandate with funding provided by the Eastern Regional Integrated Health Authority. The Board’s mandate is to provide a community based home-like living arrangement and support to residents with physical and / or intellectual disabilities. The Board also provides physical and human resources to foster emotional support and physical care for these residents making an adjustment to community living. The Board currently provides services to thirty seven residents living in fourteen Cooperative Living Arrangements in the St. John’s metro area. Successful candidates must possess the following qualifications: A minimum of two years post secondary education in the field of social sciences. A degree in Social Sciences or related discipline from a recognized university or training college would be an additional benefit; Current certification in CPR and First Aid from St. John Ambulance; Certification in Crisis Prevention Intervention; Current Criminal Records Screening Certificate; Experience working with adults with disabilities in a residential setting; and A valid driver’s license and access to a personal vehicle would be an asset. Eastern Residential offers an attractive benefits package to all its employees. Remuneration for these positions is at the CG 29 pay level ($ 51 001.-$ 56 638.). Applicants are requested to forward a resume to: Eastern Residential Support Board Inc. P.O. Box 8052 St. John’s, NL A1B 3M7 Attention: Director of Residential Services Email applications will be accepted at: email@example.com Please quote competition number GHC0110-CB when applying. Eastern Residential Support Board Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Only those applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted. Closing Date: January 28, 2017
Permanent Bilingual Recruiter for our client The Advantage Group is a medium sized independently Canadian-owned employment and staffing firm, consisting of three employment and staffing services: The Advantage Group, Advantage Personnel, and Alternative Human Resources. Advantage has been successfully helping people find rewarding careers for since 1986. Our commitment to creating a positive and enriching work environment is evident by the length of tenure in our workforce and the thousands of satisfied applicants we have placed. We are currently seeking to fill the position of Bilingual Recruiter for our client in Dieppe. To be considered for this opportunity the following criteria must be met: Recruiting across Canada Skill Set: Knowledge of employment laws, regulations and standards across Canada; Ability to take initiative, prioritize workload and independently complete a variety of administrative duties; Superior verbal/written communication skills in English and French are essential; Effective communication skills with individuals at all levels of the organization; Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint); Experience with applicant tracking systems is required; Experience/Background: Minimum 3 to 5 years of staffing/recruiting experience; Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources or other related field; Fluently bilingual in both spoken and written English and French; RPR or CHRP designation would be an asset; Experience in a large multinational company an asset; Clear understanding of the end to end recruitment lifecycle processes; Must have experience on mapping and sourcing resumes from all sources. If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please apply via one of the methods listed below by 28/02/2017, Advantage Personnel E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Scouts Canada is currently seeking a Retail Operations Manager to ensure the effective management of various Retail Store locations across Canada. The Retail Operations Manager’s prime responsibilities include driving sales and supporting overall store performance while achieving organizational objectives. In this position you will successfully sustain operational best practices while ensuring operational excellence in order to elevate the customer experience while driving store productivity. For more than 100 years, Scouts Canada has brought a world of adventure, outdoor experience, friendship and fun to 17 million Canada youth. We have reinvigorated our programs to meet the changing demands of youth and are seeking a results oriented and innovative individual to support our mission to help develop well rounded youth, better prepared for success in the world. If you are excited about being a part of dynamic and growing team and think you have what it takes to become our next Retail Operations Manager, we want to hear from you! Supporting and reporting directly to the Director, National Retail Services you will also be accountable for managing the communication and education of key programs and initiatives to the Retail Stores. This position will provide an opportunity to work closely with Store Managers to drive awareness and executions of key priorities in Stores across Canada. Specifically, you will be responsible for: Employee Management: Supervise and develop direct reports; provide training, leadership and coaching to ensure performance/talent/service excellent among all team members; recognize when to engage Human Resources to assist with performance concerns Participate or lead the recruiting and hiring process for hourly and salaried team members Maintain and encourage open lines of communication at all levels via positive relationship management Collaborate with Store Managers for the delivery of a consistent and positive customer service experience in order to grow sales Inventory Analysis: Partner with Store Managers to monitor and analyze business trends to manage inventory flow and supervise the control of all inventory movements Manage the sales performance of the assigned Stores to meet sales and margin goals; plan and schedule team members to complete non-selling activities as needed Develop and distribute business reports as required Critically analyze key metrics and business levers on a regular basis to drive top line sales. Identify opportunities and missed opportunities in each store location Visual Merchandising: Participate in the development of merchandising standards Identify growth opportunities and drive initiatives internally to address the opportunities Ensure that new programs are supported with operational business practices to ensure that programs are easy adopted and sustained at store level Cost Management: Ensure the safety of Scouts Canada’s funds, assets, employees, customers and property as well as adherence to policies (e.g. PCI) governing the acceptance of credit cards and checks. Drive operational excellence and profitability through analyzing data, reducing in-store shrink, and ensuring key compliance initiatives are fully executed. Implement, communicate and ensure compliance with all operating procedures, processes and policies Other duties as assigned Education, Experience & Skills: Bachelor’s degree or post-secondary education in a related field. Five to seven years of experience in the field of Store Operations (multi) or related experience Multi-unit retail/specialty apparel experience Must possess a true passion for the retail industry with a focus on outdoor equipment/gear Strong ability to implement organizational store procedures Ability to effectively communicate, written and verbal, with multiple locations remotely Must have experience using POS Systems Computerliteracy, knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) Flexible availability (seven days a week) Availability for travel, including overnight stays (60 days a year) Valid driver’s license We’ve got you covered… We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes a fabulous merchandise discount; an employer-matched retirement plan after one year; extended health, prescription, vision and dental coverage and more. If you think you will make a great addition to the Scouts Canada team, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Scouts Canada thanks you for taking the time to consider this position. Please understand that only individuals chosen for an interview will be contacted. Scouts Canada encourages applications from all qualified candidates and has a great record of accommodating persons with disabilities. Contact Lisa Donnelly in Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-224-5131 if you need accommodation at any stage of the application process or want more information on our accommodation policies.
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery “enriches life through art.” As the officially designated provincial art gallery of New Brunswick, and one of Canada’s leading art galleries and most important cultural treasures, its mission is to bring art and community together in a dynamic cultural environment dedicated to the highest standards in acquisitions, exhibitions, programming, education and stewardship. We are looking to recruit a high-energy Administrative Assistant who is extremely well organized. A successful candidate will be a team player willing to help in all areas of the Gallery when needed! Note: Candidates must be eligible to be hired through the Government of New Brunswick’s Youth Employment Fund. Required Education & Skills: Graduated from a post-secondary degree or diploma program within the past four years Competent in English & French (Written & Verbal) Strong written and verbal communication skills Professional demeanor with the ability to provide personal and sincere service Strong computer skills including (but not limited to) Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint As a successful applicant you will: Have superior customer service skills Schedule, organize and manage the Director/CEO’s agenda Coordinating requests for appointments, interviews and information through responding to telephone calls, letters and emails. Screen all telephone calls directed to the Director/CEO’s office. Provide administrative support such as confidential correspondence preparation; drafting reports and proposals; coordinating meetings(including staff and management meetings); preparing minutes from meetings and document preparation. Schedule all travel arrangement for Director/CEO including airline reservations, accommodations and meeting schedule Assisting in general office functions including, but not limited to, setting up and maintaining a filing system for Director/CEO‘s office. Set priorities and determine which projects require the most attention. Coordinates all Board of Governor Correspondence including taking minutes Application deadline: January 27, 2017 Enquiries: HR@beaverbrookartgallery.org; Please quote competition number AA0110-CB when applying.
Position: Development Coordinator Position Type: Contract Job Region: New Brunswick Location: Moncton, NB (home-based office) Years Experience: 5+ years The Position A proactive, energetic professional development coordinator will identify, execute and administer third party/special event programs (including signature event, Rope for Hope) while overseeing the day-to-day activities within the portfolio. Job Summary The primary role of the Development Coordinator will be to engage and work in collaboration with various individuals, businesses, community groups and schools (including post-secondary clubs) to increase Third Party/Special Events and Celebration program revenue. This includes managing the event database/files, coordinating various local and/or national event programs, executing event deliverables, coordinating stewardship and recognition activities, conducting and identifying new opportunities for support and providing superior service and delivery. Specific Accountabilities: Revenue Development Implement and execute events in support of the Foundation (including signature event, Rope for Hope) Identify, secure and implement new community-based events Develop and roll out fundraising tools (ie. online giving pages, pledge forms, e-communications etc.) to improve event effectiveness and increase public involvement Work with CEO to develop sponsorship proposals Secure cash and in-kind sponsorship for signature event, Rope for Hope, in collaboration with CEO Prospect development in collaboration with CEO. Help to grow Kids for Wish Kids and Students for Wishes Programs within the community Relationship Management Work with volunteer/event committees to develop opportunities within key events and identify new event opportunities Act as a key liaison by supporting external events with suppliers, volunteers and speakers Work closely with internal stakeholders to continuously promote and advertise third-party events Coordinate the stewardship and recognition of event donors/hosts to increase their level of engagement and support of the Foundation Work closely with funeral homes and other organizations to promote the Foundation’s local Tribute program Take a lead as an ambassador for the Foundation at local events, school assemblies, company functions, etc., to share the mission, accept donations on behalf of the Foundation and liaise with wish families in attendance as speakers. Other Key Responsibilities Administer third party/special event activities including: setting event goals and budgets; securing signed event agreements, developing and following critical paths; executing event logistics; creating and maintaining event manuals; communications; reviewing and approving event materials and developing post-event reports Maintain current content on Atlantic Canada’s microsite and chapter social media platforms Oversee the Foundation’s event management system (paper and database) which includes organizing event files, data entry, reporting and structure development Coordinate the review and approval process for event program materials, such as press releases, posters, flyers, e-communications etc. Assist in the development of sales packages and materials for sponsorship presentations Coordinate and implement mailing activities (when applicable) Coordinate special initiatives (i.e. committee meetings, event volunteers, recognition events etc.) Other duties as assigned. Key Qualifications Self-motivated through focused attention on achieving superior client service Ability to multi-task through strong organizational and time management skills Superior written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills Ability to work effectively with internal and external stakeholders Strong networking and relationship management skills Follows procedures, policies and protocols and strives to increase efficiency Other Requirements Post-secondary education or equivalent and 5+ years successful event experience Proven fundraising success Proficient PC skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Proven data management and analysis skills Exceptional relationship building management skills Flexible and dynamic Bilingual A valid driving license/access to a vehicle Home-based office This position is based on an 18-month contract with the possibility of renewal based on fundraising success. If you have what it takes to be successful in this role, please apply today! Kindly e-mail your resume stating salary expectations not later than 26/01/2017 to email@example.com Please quote competition number DC0110-CB when applying. We thank all candidates for your interest; however, only those candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.No telephone calls please.
The New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) is seeking a dynamic, energetic and enthusiastic individual committed to the vision, values and philosophy of inclusion. The Transition Facilitator will provide transition to employment services – transition to work for high school students with an intellectual disability and employment counseling services – moving on to post-secondary studies for individuals with an intellectual disability. The successful candidate will work with high school students (grade 10, 11, and 12) with an intellectual disability in helping develop an action plan and provide job preparation activities for transitioning to work directly from high school as well as students (youth up to 30 years of age) with an intellectual disability wanting to pursue post-secondary studies at NBCC or CCNB. The Transition Facilitator position will be located in Saint John but will also be required to travel and provide service to identified high schools of participating students. This is a contract position that will run to March 31, 2017 with the possibility of extension, 40 hours per week. Roles and Responsibilities will include but not limited to: Organizing, coordinating and managing a person centered transition planning process; Identifying and supporting the goals, needs, interests and dreams of high school students with an intellectual disability; Identify and approach community employers to arrange work experience, summer employment, etc.; Provide students the opportunity to learn basic workplace essential skills; Ensure follow-up and supports are provided to ensure the transition plan is being carried out, ongoing monitoring; Identify and secure external job coaches to provide on-the-job support during work experience placements; Refer students to local employment agencies and/or government external service providers; Access government funding for supports and services for the student; Qualifications and Education Requirements: Minimum Bachelor of Arts, Social Sciences, or Education and one year of counseling related work experience for a total combination of 5 years; or a minimum post-Secondary Diploma/Certificate in related disciplines of Social Sciences, Education, or Human Services and three years of counseling-related work experience for a total combination of 5 years or an equivalent combination of education and experience providing the requisite skills and abilities may be considered; Strong computer skills, ability to use Microsoft Office applications, comprehensive internet searches and the ability to learn new information management systems; Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle necessary for daily work related duties and ability to travel throughout the province; Current and Valid Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Persons Sector Check; Bilingualism will be considered an asset. Essential Skills: Knowledge of provincial labour market information, techniques in job search or knowledge of job search experts; Techniques in resume and cover letter writing, and interviewing; Knowledge in Job banks and resources to access job postings; Knowledge of Federal/Provincial programs and services; Coordination and facilitation skills; Strong organizational and interpersonal skills; Strong written and verbal communication skills in both official languages are required; Demonstrated networking and collaborative team building skills; Ability to work independently and results oriented. Please forward cover letter indicating language skills and fluency along with resume no later than Tuesday, January 24th, 2017 to the: New Brunswick Association for Community Living Attn: Lynn Akmens , Manager of Independent Facilitation Fax: (506) 453-4422 Attn: Lynn Akmens Fax: (506) 453-4422 Please quote competition number TF0110-CB when applying.
The New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) has available one position for an Independent Facilitator, as part of a provincial program to support persons with disabilities aged 18 to 64. The successful candidate will be based in the Edmundston area and responsible for covering Regions 4 & 5 (Edmundston/Grand Falls and Campbellton). This is a full-time contract position that will run to March 31, 2017 with the possibility of extension. The Independent Facilitator(s) will be required to, among other things, assist adults with disabilities to: Develop a vision for their future; Identify their need for disability related supports as well as options for meeting those needs; Prepare an application for disability related supports and assist with the development of an individualized Disability Support Plan. The successful candidate should possess the following qualifications and/or demonstrate strength in the following areas: Highly motivated and outcome driven; Strong verbal and written communication skills in both English and French; Creative thinking skills; Coordination and facilitation skills; Works efficiently in both independent and group settings, often juggling multiple tasks or projects simultaneously; Interaction with individuals from diverse backgrounds, occupational groups, specialty areas and programs and successes in building capacity through community relationships and networks; Knowledge of community resources and the social service delivery system. Qualified candidates will also possess the following requirements: Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, Human Service Counselor diploma, or combination of equivalent education and experience in the human service field; Valid driver’s license, a reliable vehicle necessary for work related duties and the willingness and flexibility to travel throughout the regions to which assigned; Flexibility in working hours; Previous experience in working with persons with a disability, knowledge of inclusive practices and person-centered planning will be considered assets. Strong computer skills and demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office applications; Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check; Fluently Bilingual (French and English) mandatory. Please forward cover letter indicating language skills and fluency, along with resume no later than Tuesday, January 24th, 2017 to the: New Brunswick Association for Community Living Attn: Andrea Randon, Manager of Independent Facilitation Fax: (506) 453-4422 Please quote competition number DSPF0110-CB when applying.