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Strathcona Park Lodge Ltd. (SPL)
most staff live on site, Campbell River, km west o ...
About Strathcona Park Lodge Living on the edge since 1959, Strathcona Park Lodge invites you to escape to Vancouver Island's wilderness of lakes, mountains, rivers and more. Sea Kayaking Expeditions, Trekking Expeditions, Custom Adventures, Rooms and Cottages, Dining, Canoe and Kayak Rentals, Leadership Training courses for teens and for adults, Outdoor Education for school groups. Winner of: United Nations Heaslip Award for Environmental Stewardship; British Columbia Tourism Award for Environmentally Responsible Tourism. Front of House Supervisor The Front of House Supervisor (FHS) supports the SPL food philosophy and assists clients in navigating our food options while inspiring a customer service focused team. The FHS can wrangle a hundred exuberant school children in the Whale Room while spotting the elderly couple that wandered in and needs to be ushered to a quieter spot to enjoy the view. The FHS works efficiently under pressure and as part of a team, and has ethics and integrity. Job Duties Training, scheduling and supervising a small crew of Servers and Bartenders for the Whale Room, Myrna’s, the Barn, the Beach and the High Bracer Lounge Collaborating and team building with the Back of House staff Keen communication skills Working alongside Servers, covering shifts Ensuring Opening, Task lists, Closing and Cash-out procedures are in place and followed. Maintaining a clean, tidy and welcoming workplace Ordering and maintaining inventory of beverages Participating in the coordination of events Requires Serve It Right Certification Reports to: Food Services Manager. Job Posting Closing Date: February 5, 2018 Seasonal full time, March - November. Please send resume and cover letter to:
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, Ontario
At Laurier, we are a community. It’s what brings our students here and what keeps our people here. As an educational institution, we inspire lives of leadership and purpose in our student community. As an employer, we seek, foster and value the same qualities of leadership and purpose in our employee community. We currently have an opportunity to join the Laurier community as the Manager, Communications, Development and Alumni Relations. A dynamic, multi-faceted Development and Alumni Relations communications and marketing plan is of vital importance to the university as it launches its most ambitious fundraising campaign in its history and builds relationships with alumni and donors in an increasingly competitive and technology-based fundraising environment. As a member of the Development and Alumni Relations management team, with accountability to Communications, Public Affairs and Marketing (CPAM), the Manager, Communications: Development and Alumni Relations, will be responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing integrated communications and marketing strategies to advance the university’s alumni engagement and fundraising plans and goals, with a key focus being the launch of the university’s fundraising campaign. A strategic communications professional with outstanding writing skills and a creative flair, the incumbent will review and oversee implementation of the five-year communications and marketing plan that focuses on ongoing (annual and major giving) and campaign-related fundraising, alumni engagement activities and goals; as well as the enhancement of web and new media platforms. S/he will play a pivotal role in determining and developing both targeted and broad-based communications and marketing initiatives for internal and external audiences/stakeholders. Recognizing that media platforms are constantly evolving, the incumbent will also be well-versed in trends and developments in e-communications and e-fundraising and will help identify best methods and initiatives to reach priority audiences. S/he will be responsible for meeting objectives established in consultation with the VP, Development and Alumni Relations, the Development and Alumni Relations management team and the AVP, Communications, Public Affairs and Marketing. The incumbent will supervise and provide guidance to staff involved in the delivery of communications and marketing strategies. This position has a university-wide mandate and is based at the Waterloo Campus. The incumbent provides leadership in a multi-campus environment, requiring regular interaction, communication and collaboration with staff and stakeholders at the Waterloo Campus, Brantford Campus and Toronto office and external partners. The Manager will ensure the unit’s policies, programs and services are delivered equitably across all campuses and reflect the needs of local stakeholders. Accountabilities Reviews and implements, with broad consultation, the five-year communications and marketing strategic plan for Development and Alumni Relations. Co-ordinates the work of Development and Alumni Relations communications with the office of Communications, Public Affairs and Marketing (CPAM). Works with CPAM in the development and implementation of comprehensive visual identity standards for use on Development & Alumni Relations, communications and Campaign materials, to ensure consistency with overall university visual identity standards. Develops key themes and messages and ensures their consistent integration through all Development, Alumni Relations/Annual Giving and Campaign communications. Co-ordinates and participates in the writing, editing and approval process for all communications pieces. This includes, but is not limited to: Campaign materials; proposals for major gift initiatives; newsletters; website; donor reports; videos/podcasts; promotional profiles of donors and/or alumni; advertising campaigns; presentations; annual giving materials; brochures etc. Works with staff in the office of CPAM in the production of Campaign literature, website, and supporting materials. Utilizes relevant social media as appropriate to achieve communications and fundraising goals. Creates and develops a worldwide electronic community of alumni using the tools of the internet, vendors, and campus resources. Generates and directs content to increase the use of web and new media platforms. Leads all e-communications initiatives, working closely with the Annual Giving team on all e-fundraising initiatives. Researches and drafts Campaign and Development/Alumni-related news releases to be approved by and distributed through CPAM, conducting interviews as required. Oversees development of special event communications materials (invitations, programs, etc.) Works collaboratively with the Wilfrid Laurier University Alumni Association to support its communications objectives Qualifications Bachelor’s degree combined with a minimum of 7 years’ experience in communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, and/or public affairs. Demonstrated expertise in web writing and web development; formal training would be an asset. Demonstrated success in the development and implementation of strategic communications and marketing, ideally in a fundraising environment. Strong knowledge of, and background in, social media and web applications for a wide variety of communications purposes, ideally including fundraising. Familiarity with a university environment an asset. Superior written and verbal communication skills, demonstrated through a first-rate and varied portfolio of writing samples. Creative design sense, and ability to work with creative professionals to develop projects from concept to final product, as demonstrated through project samples. Knowledge of MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access), InDesign, Photoshop. Knowledge of HTML and web 2.0 management tools, Linked In, Facebook etc. Proven ability to meet deadlines and manage several projects simultaneously. Strong attention to detail and follow-up. Ability to work independently, to multi-task and to lead and work within a team environment. Sound news judgment and the ability to identify, develop, and deliver stories of interest to the media. Sophisticated problem solving and prioritizing abilities in a multi-task environment. Appreciation of diverse perspectives and ability to work with diverse groups. Complete discretion with sensitive information and sensitive situations. Apply By :1/24/2018
Impact Recruitment Inc.
Vancouver, BC
One of the largest and most recognized organizations in BC is looking for a Director of Merchandising to join their Corporate Projects department. This role will play a critical part in a major shift in business strategy and will be focused on future company growth. If you are looking to join an inspiring and dynamic team that has been voted one of the best places to work in British Columbia, this could be for you!About The Company:With almost a century of success and with contributions over $1 billion to the province of BC annually, this organization has made strides that are unrivaled in the food and beverage distribution industry. This team is driven at its very core by innovation, social responsibility, and sustainability. With all of this under their belt, this organization is on the cusp of rolling out one of the most aggressive growth plans ever. And as this next chapter of its dynasty unfolds, this team will require a strong leader at its helm with the right initiative to help execute these goals.Job Description:Lead the merchandising unit and directing all aspects of products, pricing, promotions and assortments for the businessLeading significant operational changes to improve processes and drive profitabilityProvide leadership and direction to the Management team across various retail locations including communication initiatives enhancing overall leadership skills. This includes ongoing training and coaching and define expectations for all retail employees according to the retail department’s defined role and overall management of companyManage and accountable for company KPI’s related to company revenue and profits; identify and implement cost control methods and generating revenue; and guide company’s operating budgetOversee safety and work practices are followed according to regulations by all employeesRelationships management with key stakeholdersCompensation and Benefits:$62,000 - $75,000 annually (depending on experience)4 weeks’ paid vacation + 17 paid flex daysCompetitive benefits packageAmazing pension plansWork an AMAZING team!Requirements:Minimum 5 years directing operational business, overseeing product selections, managing suppliers for multi-unit retail businesses or wholesale distributionsExperience creating, maintaining and executing the strategic plan of a business unit to align with the organization and analytical skillsExperience with procurement, vendor-relationships management, product selections, merchandisingExcellent written/oral communication skills and strong presentation abilitiesExperience leading and developing a diverse work group of employeesExperience managing relationships with key stakeholdersHOW TO APPLYPlease apply with a reply with a Microsoft Word version. If you would like to speak with someone directly regarding this role, please contact Alana at 604-689-8687 x 274.Privacy and confidentiality are important to us, as such all applications are kept strictly confidential. We will not share your information with anyone without your prior approval. While we will only be considering qualified applicants for this particular role, if you are interested in pursuing an alternate career path, we would certainly be happy to speak with you about opportunities that fit your profile.
Teachanywhere a Randstad Education Company
Burlington, CA_ON, Canada
   Are you looking to make a difference to children's learning?Do you enjoy supporting children and seeing them develop?Would you like to work in a welcoming and supportive school? We have an opportunity for you!           Begin your career as a Teaching Assistant in the lively city of London. Work one-on-one, in small groups, and help maintain a positive behaviour within' the classroom.  Gain valuable experience, network with teachers and head teachers, and explore the United Kingdom. With a population of 6-8 Million, famous for the shopping and entertainment scene, London is a place you will never experience a dull moment in. Travel around the United Kingdom on the amazing transportation system. Responsibilities: Supporting students in their development Communicating with parents and caregivers Assisting with extracurricular activities, such as trips, sporting events, clubs etc. What can the school offer you?About the school: Well-resourced classroom and school  Supportive staff Beautiful new facilities Successful candidates will: Have a relevant qualification   Have a clear police check Have the ability to get a visa to work in the UK (we are able to provide more information on visa options if you are not aware of your eligibility) In return candidates working for Randstad will be given: A competitive pay rate Opportunities for professional development Holidays every 6 weeks Social events for teachers who are new to the country Assistance with settling in the UK Randstad Education is the market leader in the UK Education sector. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent education jobs for 20 years. Working with over 2,500 schools each week we can find the ideal match for your skills. We have positions available throughout the UK, Middle East, Far East, and Australia.To apply for this position contact us at our Hamilton location at by phone at1 800 684 4801 or by email at*Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and Police checks from any country you have worked in over the last 2 years for over 6 months* 
Calgary Support Office, Calgary
UFA Co-operative Limited is an Alberta-based agricultural co-operative with more than 120,000 member-owners. Founded in 1909, UFA's network comprises more than 110 bulk fuel and Petroleum Cardlock locations, 35 Farm & Ranch Supply stores and a support office located in Calgary. Independent Petroleum agents and more than 1,200 employees provide products, services and agricultural solutions to farmers, ranchers, members, consumers and commercial customers in Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. POSITION SUMMARY: Reporting to the Manager, Engineering, the Project Manager is responsible for the planning and execution of internal projects, program maintenance management of existing assets across the Agricultural and Petroleum Operation Networks. Ensures maintenance programs and procedures are maintained to optimize the productivity of UFA’s network assets and to ensure facilities are legally compliant. A significant part of this role is to manage the “break/fix” service system to perform and monitor maintenance work to our networks assets and ensures that those facilities are operational and available to serve our customers. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Manage the Centralized Maintenance Contract and other service contractors, enhancing and monitoring existing service expectations, monitoring work completed and authorizing expenditures appropriately and within guidelines set and approved budgets. Continually improve and enhance the standards, processes and service levels for maintenance service to our facilities, this includes analyze of maintenance work metrics to identify areas for improvement and enhancements of equipment and costs. Maintain and develop UFA technical specifications and standards to ensure they meet all legal requirements and local building code standards. Conduct regular site visits to ensure quality assurance and timely identification of deficiencies. Manage the project and program financials. Prepare maintenance project justifications and gain appropriate approvals to proceed: Align all stakeholders to ensure efficient and effective execution of maintenance and project work and ensure understanding of process and issues to those stakeholders Coordinate designated construction programs to ensure they are completed on schedule and on budget Ensure that facilities are legally compliant to necessary codes and guidelines and those programs are identified, developed and implemented to ensure UFA’s facilities remain compliant. (i.e. PTMAA registration, Fire Code, Agrichemical Warehouse, Occupational Health & Safety). Develop and manage the following service programs for the UFA network: Calibration and testing program of petroleum facilities Oil Water Separator for petroleum facilities Tank Inspection and repair program Catholic Protection and upgrade program Annual underground steel line pressure test integrity program Site alarm and monitoring program Use Oil, plastics, filters and contaminated waste program Petroleum line leak detect upgrade program Manage assigned projects for internal and external customers. Assigned work can include full construction management of assigned projects for external and internal clients. Responsibility for the project management of assigned projects from conceptual design through to commissioning. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree with 3+ years’ experience in Engineering, Maintenance and/or construction with Professional Engineering designation or eligibility. OR Trade Certificate with 10+ years’ experience in petroleum or building maintenance. SAP or other Enterprise Accounting System experience. Able to work in a team environment and motivate indirect reports. Able to interface directly with customers and represent UFA or divisions of UFA. Business Skills: Planning and budgeting Negotiating and relationship building skills Communication skills (verbal and written) Problem solving skills
Deschaillons-sur-Saint-Laurent, QC, Canada
Notre client, un fabricant et un distributeur de produits ménagers et de matériel bien connus, est à la recherche d’une personne motivée et expérimentée à ajouter à son équipe.AVANTAGES offerts (après une période probatoire standard de 3 mois)RESPONSABILITÉS RHAgir en tant que liaison avec les agences de temp.Responsable de trouver des remplacements pour les employés qui quittent ou doivent être changés Intégration des nouveaux employés: Présenter les nouveaux employés à l’équipe de l’entrepôt, présenter aux superviseurs.Vérifiez le système Datrac pour la présence, l’absentéisme ou les arrivées tardives et assurez-vous que le suivi est fait pour obtenir des raisons etc …Surveiller les heures supplémentaires; s’assurer que toutes les autorisations appropriées obtenues par les superviseursPrésenter les nouveaux employés au superviseur qui viennent pour le deuxième quart de travail, et conseiller pour le troisième quart si de nouveaux employés sont attendusGérer les nouveaux profils d’employés.RESPONSABILITÉS LIÉES À LA PRODUCTION:Vérifiez le calendrier de production pour vous assurer que toutes les commandes de fabrication sont prêtes pour la production à venirImprimer toutes les étiquettes pour les produits individuels et les palettes et les boîtes en fonction des produitsImprimez et associez les ordres de fabrication avec les étiquettes et préparez-les ensemble et placez-les sur les machines prêtes à moulerConfirmer la production quotidienne à Mattec / Jeeves après avoir recueilli des informations sur toutes les machines le matin.DIVERS:Commandez des fournitures de sécurité pour le moulage et l’assemblage en cas de besoin.NOUVELLES RESPONSABILITÉS POUR L’ADJOINT:Aider le gestionnaire d’entrepôt avec la planification, y compris les mises à jourCommande et suivi des pièces pour les réparations requises des fournisseursEffectuer des suivis sur les bons de commande émis pour livraisonPotentiellement aider à planifier les activités de réparation dans le nouveau système de logiciel de maintenanceCONNAISSANCE:Solides compétences en informatique requises.  Langue anglaise est requise, Orale et écrit.Type d’emploi: Temps plein
School District #46 (Sunshine Coast)
Gibsons, BC, Canada
TEACHER LIBRARIAN/LITERACY & NUMERACY SUPPORT TEACHERHALFMOON BAY ELEMENTARYSunshine Coast, British Columbia CanadaSunshine Coast School District No. 46 welcomes applications from enthusiastic and dynamic educators to fill the following position:Job Posting Number: T1718-175 EXTPosition: Teacher Librarian and Literacy/Numeracy Support TeacherF.T.E.:  0.7 FTE (Monday to Friday)Start Date:  Immediately to June 30, 2018The temporary assignment is Teacher Librarian/Literacy & Numeracy Support Teacher, Grade K-7. Please note: Only 0.100 F.T.E. of this assignment is Literacy/Numeracy Support Teacher.Applicants must have a Diploma or Certificate program in Librarianship as well as relevant experience. Please include all relevant application information, including transcripts, certificates, teaching reports and current work references with your online application. For more specific information on this posting, please email:The deadline for applications is 4:30 p.m. on January 26, 2018Human Resources DepartmentSchool District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)PO Box 220Gibsons, BC V0N 1V0 All applications are welcome, however, we are able to reply only to those selected for an interview.  
Scanline VFX
British Columbia, Vancouver
HOW TO APPLY: TITLE CROWD SUPERVISOR JOB SUMMARY The Crowd Supervisor is responsible for studio wide management of the crowd department, leading teams of TD’s and coordinating with all levels of prod…
Basil Express - Queen St. E
Toronto, ON, CA
The candidate we are looking for must have office experience in a fast paced environment.Job tasks and responsibilitiesEmphasis on date entry skills with a total reliance on accuracy.Maintain company personnel records and enter new company details into the company payroll system.Compile and input payroll data (employee hours worked) on a daily/weekly basis in a timely and correct manner in co-ordination with the Administration Manager.Assist with bookkeeping/accounting functions as appropriate.Be familiar with functions and duties of the Office Manager so as to assume the duties of this person in their absence.Data entry in MYOB and other reports as requested.Become confident and proficient in payroll.Some seasonal worker recruitment support.Skills and experienceThis person must have experience in office procedures and a background in administration duties and exposure to payroll and data entry.The role will demand someone who can bring efficiencies and improvements to this role and can prove their proficiencies in these areas.MYOB experience and MS Office skills are necessary together with an understanding of the importance of follow through and time management.Proactive and energetic, this person will show initiative and the ability to "get on with the job" and have a sense of urgency.Job benefits and perksA competitive package reflecting the experience level of candidates will be offered.
$20 - $25.00 per hour ​depending on experience and performance
The Marshall Group
Woodbridge, ON, Canada
Our client, a very busy dental office, seeks an experienced Dental Assistant Level 1 or NDAEB Certified Level II Dental Assistant. The ideal candidate is an enthusiastic team player who is dedicated to patient care. POSITION/JOB REQUIREMENTS: Experienced Level I or II Dental Assistant (Written and passed the NDAEB Exam) Must have minimum of 1 years of experience LOCATION: Islington/Hwy7 HOURS: Monday, Weds & Thurs 9-6 Tues. 11-8 Fri. 8-4 Sat. 8:30-4 (could be alternate) Thurs off COMPENSATION: $20 - $25.00 per hour ​depending on experience and performance JOB OVERVIEW: Assisting dentist during dental procedures that features handing instruments and other materials Sterilizing instruments Assisting dentist with crowns, bridges, porcelain veneers, dental implants, invisalign, teeth whitening, fillings, extractions and mouth guards Placement and removal of rubber dams Taking x-rays of patients' teeth and exposing dental diagnostic x-rays Using suction and swabs to keep patients' mouths clear and dry during procedures Taking preliminary impressions of teeth for study models Applying pit and fissure sealants and topical anesthetics Questioning patients about their medical history and recording the information for dentist's reference Advising patients on dental care, oral hygiene and plaque control programs Making patients of all ages feel comfortable before, during and after dental treatment ​
Clean Harbors
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
The OpportunityOur Edmonton location is currently looking for an Office Administrator to join our Shutdown/Turnaround team. This position is responsible for payroll reconciliation, managing the on-boarding process within the branch and a variety of other administrative tasks. Why work for Clean Harbors? Health and Safety is our #1 priority and we live it 3-6-5! Competitive wages; Comprehensive health benefits coverage after 30 days of full-time employment; Generous paid time off, company paid training and tuition reimbursement; Positive and safe work environments; Opportunities for growth and development for all the stages of your career! Key Responsibilities: Ensures that Health and Safety is the number one priority by complying with all safe work practices, policies, and processes and acting in a safe manner at all times; Takes all phone calls in a professional and courteous manner; Ensures accurate and timely entry of all computer entries; Administers and reconciles payroll for all hourly shutdown personnel; Inputs all pertinent data in the systems, including worksheet entry, log books and completion of personnel certifications; Reconciles worksheets and verifies accuracy of hours, rates, customer coding, etc. and makes adjustments as needed; Assists with billing, vouchering and purchase order tasks; Assists with P-card entry and reconciliation; Manages with the on-boarding process within the branch; Manages personnel training records and schedules training courses; Assists with booking flights and hotels for shutdown personnel; Performs other administrative duties and tasks as required by the Clean Harbors business needs. What does it take to work for Clean Harbors? Minimum 1-year previous experience in an administrative role; Payroll administration and reconciliation experience; Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Excel; Effective verbal and written communication skills; Class 5 driver's license with clean 5-year abstract; Strong attention to detail with the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment. Join our team today! To learn more about our company, and to apply online for this exciting opportunity, visit us at . Clean Harbors is the leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico. Everywhere industry meets environment, Clean Harbors is one-site, providing premier environmental, energy and industrial services. We are solving tough problems through innovation and proven methodology come be part of the solution with us. We thank all those interested in joining the Clean Harbors team; however only those that complete the online application and meet the minimum job qualifications will be considered for this role. Clean Harbors is a Military & Veteran friendly company. Position Requirements Salary: . Date posted: 01/20/2018 08:04 AM
Enerflex Ltd.
Houston, TX United States
The Fabrication Supervisor oversees the fabrication shop. Responsible for hourly workers’ development, time approval, and productivity. Ensures assigned deliverables are completed per project schedules. Focused on improving safety standards, completing work within budget, and maintaining the highest quality standards possible. Principle Duties & ResponsibilitiesWork with Fabrication Coordinators to ensure that all deliverables are executed per the scheduleReport any schedule deviations to Senior Supervisor, Project Managers, and Scheduling DepartmentSend inspection notifications in accordance with the ITP/JQREnsure overtime is authorized by the Senior SupervisorAccountable for hours and durations of assigned projects as well as accuracy of team’s billable hours/KRONOS approvalsAccountable for the quality of work performed by assigned employeesResponsible for calibration & maintenance of tools and equipment in the assigned area Ensure the team’s participation in the Safety ProgramConduct morning tool box meeting, use your teams Performance Boards daily (keep employees updated with actual hours & % complete)Influence the development and implementation of process improvements and/or training needed for team membersAccountable for housekeeping and “5S” of the assigned areaPerform other duties as required Job SpecificationsHigh School Diploma/GED required Two-year technical diploma/vocational certificate desiredMinimum of 5 years of relevant industrial experience Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus Knowledge of ASME codes a plusMust have knowledge of fabricating pipe spools and fabricating vesselsMust be able to read and interpret and work from engineering drawingsProficient computer knowledge with Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, etc.) and emailEffective verbal, written and presentation skillsDemonstrable ability to lead and facilitate instructions to othersRelies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goalsWorking ConditionsIndustrial environment. This role will require a large amount of standing, bending, squatting, lifting and walking on a constant basis. About Enerflex Enerflex Ltd. is a single source supplier of natural gas compression, oil and gas processing, refrigeration systems, and electric power generation equipment – plus related engineering and mechanical service expertise. The Company’s broad in-house resources provide the capability to engineer, design, manufacture, construct, commission, and service hydrocarbon handling systems. Enerflex’s expertise encompasses field production facilities, compression and natural gas processing plants, refrigeration systems, and electric power equipment servicing the natural gas production industry. Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, Enerflex has more than 2,000 employees globally and operates in over seven regions around the world. Enerflex puts its Values of Integrity, Commitment, Creativity and Success into action in all aspects of business. The Company values passionate people who want to put their career into overdrive. We will help match your skills with a position that challenges you to reach new heights, rewards you for outstanding performance and allows you to grow with the Company throughout your life-long career. Join the Enerflex team and apply now.What Enerflex Offers You Competitive CompensationCost Shared Health and Dental BenefitsEmployee Share Purchase ProgramEmployer Matched 401KIncentive ProgramsProfessional Development Opportunities Disclaimer The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. ENERFLEX IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYEREnerflex grants equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law. Equal employment opportunities are provided in recruitment, hiring, promotions, wages, benefits, and other terms, conditions and privileges of employment. Please visit our website at > Careers and apply
Requisition #2294402 Job LocationCanada-Ontario-Scarborough Job StreamMedical/Healthcare~ Job TypePermanent, Full-Time Number of Positions Open1 of Employment ASAP Posting Date19-Dec-2017 Travel RequiredNot Required Educational RequirementsCollege Diploma Languages RequiredEnglish Job Description DIRECTOR OF CARE - Extendicare Guildwood Candidates are invited to apply for the Director of Care Full-Time position at Extendicare Guildwood a 169 bed long-term care facility, located in Scarborough, Ontario. Reporting to the Administrator, the Director of Care is responsible for managing all aspects of nursing care within the home to ensure quality resident care through the effective, efficient delivery of established standards within legislative and budgetary requirements. RESPONSIBILITIES Plans, organizes, directs and supervises the activities of the Nursing Department to provide quality resident care. Interprets nursing philosophy and establishes and implements goals and objectives, policies and procedures in compliance with regulatory requirements. Maintains all required records, reports, statistics, etc., for both residents and department personnel in accordance with policies, procedures and legislative requirements. Liaises and consults with families/residents, gove ment officials, company resources and professionals in relation to resident care needs and department activities. Assumes responsibility for the facility in the absence of the Administrator. QUALIFICATIONS Registered Nurse required, Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred Membership or eligible for membership with the College of Nurses of Ontario At least one year of experience working as a registered nurse in the long-term care sector required; At least three years of working experience as a registered nurse in a managerial or supervisory capacity in a health care setting required; and Demonstrated leadership and communication skills required Knowledge of applicable legislation, unionized settings and labour contracts preferred Comprehensive knowledge of nursing and health care practices and techniques including education Effective human relation skills Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally Please forward your resumes to the attention of: Nik Chandrabalan Regional Director 60 Guildwood Parkway, Scarborough, Ontario M1E 1N9 In Ontario, Extendicare, ParaMed Home Health Care and affiliated organizations including our partner homes in Extendicare Assist, accommodate the needs of job applicants throughout its recruitment and selection processes in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Accommodation needs must be provided in advance. To discuss your needs, Please apply through this site. the individual noted in the posting.
SMCP North America (Sandro, Maje)
Toronto, Canada
SMCP North America, business unit of SMCP Group, lead the development of Parisian brands Sandro and Maje in North America. It directly operates 129 points of sales in the US and Canada, and gathers about 450 staff. With three distinct contemporary Parisian fashion brands, SMCP is a global leading company in the accessible luxury sector. The Group operates 1,176 points of sales and its brands are present in 35 countries worldwide as of June 2016. Evelyne Chetrite and Judith Milgrom founded Sandro and Maje in Paris, in 1984 and 1998 respectively and continue to provide creative direction for the brands. Claudie Pierlot was also founded in 1984 by Madame Claudie Pierlot, and acquired by the Group in 2009.Sandro / Maje Store Manager - Hudson's Bay Company, Sherway Gardens - Permanent contractJOB DESCRIPTION OVERVIEWSMCP is seeking a dynamic Store Manager to grow our YOY business and expand our loyal client base in key markets.  This will be achieved by driving KPI & Clientelling initiatives, acquiring and developing Talent, Visual Merchandising, and Back of House / Operations .  In order to be successful in our Store Manager role,  you will need to  possess an entrepreneurial spirit, a passion for exceeding selling and service expectations ,  ability to develop positive and collaborative relationships with Corporate Partners, and  the ability to lead,  inspire, and develop a high performance team.Additionally, you must also develop effective and collaborative relationships with the Bloomingdale’s/Saks/Hudson Bay Company executive team Partners in our leased concession businesses. What you’ll be doing…• Talent: • Responsible for building a high performance team• Sourcing talent for team for current and future openings.• On-going coaching and development store team.• New hire on-boarding• Ensures store team is in compliance with all Company policies and procedures.  Executes Company’s  On-Boarding process for all new hires.   • Provides daily motivation of store team.•  • Customer Experience:  • You will be an important partners in developing the Associate team  to consistently provide a service experience that is memorable and personalized for all internal and external customers.• You will also be responsible for driving the clientelling / customer outreach effort.• Problem Resolution.•  • KPI Delivery:• Responsible for holding the store team accountable for delivering upon all KPI’s and performance metrics; i.e., APT, UPT, Conversion, Expenses to plan, Sales to plan, Open Jobs %•  • Visual  :• Ensure that store/department is set up consistent with company Visual guidelines & directives.•  • Operational excellence:• Ensures operational excellence with regard to all back of the house operations including stockroom maintenance, merchandise paperwork, payroll, and scheduling.     PROFILE:• 3+ years of prior supervisory experience.• Possesses strong service orientation• Subscribes to our core Company values of:  Passion,         Entrepreneurship, Creative, Worldly, Humility.• Excellent people/coaching skills• Strong communication skills• Tech savvy• Strong Organization and Time Management skills. • Strong attention to details.• Consistently displays positive enthusiasm & energy, is friendly and charming to all.• Goal-oriented• Welcomes feedback and is coachable• Solid problem-solving skills• Brand appropriate personal presentation• Flexibility with scheduling needs of the business.• Bilingual in certain key markets.• Has access to a Talent Network to assist maximum Recruitment & Staffing priorities.• Has potential client resources.  KEY PERKS & BENEFITS:• Working with a General, Market, District Manager, or Retail Director dedicated to your individual success• Leadership Training• Product knowledge training• Opportunity to attend merchandise summits• Clothing/wardrobe• Positive/collaborative, team-oriented work environment• Career growth opportunities for advancement• Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance• Generous shopping discount• Vacation / Time-off Benefits• 401K Savings Plan• Lucrative Base + Monthly Bonus structure  APPLY HERE
GoodLife Fitness
Calgary, CA
Position DescriptionASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGERWhat is an Assistant General Manager?The Assistant General Manager is responsible for achieving sales goals as well as ensuring all Members have a great experience. They will also support the General Manager in ensuring the Club has a great Culture.What will you be doing?Ensure the club is achieving sales goals.Lead the sales team, analyze performance and execute sales strategies.Responsible for the recruitment, training, scheduling, development and performance management of Sales Associates.Support Club Management with handling Member concerns with professionalism and care.Support the General Manager in the implementation of GoodLife events.Do you have what it takes?Passion for Fitness2+ years in a sales role with GoodLife or 2+ years in an external management roleProven success in leading, training and motivating teamsStrong sales and customer service backgroundSuccess in exceeding individual and team sales goalsPrevious management experience in the fitness industry a strong assetDegree or diploma in Business or Management is an assetCPR certification required within 3 months of employmentWhat's in it for you?Ongoing training and development including hands on training, classroom training and e-learningOpportunities for advancement include: General Manager and Divisional ManagerCompetitive compensation including commission and bonusesFREE Fitness membership and discounted membership for friends and familyGroup health care plans- Fun and energetic atmosphere to come to every day!