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BrightPath Early Learning and Child Care
Maple Ridge, BC
BrightPath Kids is looking for Education Coach to join their team!  This full-time position is in Greater Vancouver Area.This position will report to the Director of Programming and Quality Assurance.Role and ResponsibilitiesWork with early learning centre staff to ensure the maintenance and delivery of standardized curriculum to all age groups for multiple delivery modalitiesProvide assistance and support to centres in all phases of implementation delivery and management of our curriculum.Solicit and respond to feedback regarding all programs to ensure awareness of changes and critical dynamics that could possibly impact growth and development of programs.Ensure adherence to national and provincial curriculum requirements and standards as they relate to assigned programs.Coaching learning centre staff to improve in all aspects of program delivery and child management, providing best practices.Assist centre management with development of staff training programs.Providing staff and management written reports outlining strategies to implement for successful programming.Ensuring the training programs are in accordance with the guidelines provided by BrightPath.   Qualifications- Early Childhood Educator or Infant Toddler Certificate or Related Bachelor’s Degree- 1 - 3 years’ experience in the child care field- Exceptional interpersonal, communication and organizational skills combined with the ability to positively influence others and manage competing projects within a fast-paced environment- Excellent facilitation and presentation skills: ability to train employees in a variety of behavioural and skill development programs- Demonstrated ability to produce clear, concise and effective educational materials, presentations, reports, etc.- Creative and consultative approach to problem-solving, working with a high degree of proficiency, confidentiality, decision-making and problem-solving skills to identify appropriate training to address issues or problems in the face of conflicting needs.An understanding of group facilitation and adult learning would be an asset- Intermediate/Advanced computer skills including: Microsoft Windows and Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)- Must have driver’s license and vehicle- The ability to travel regularly is requiredJoin the BrightPath team today!                  the journey begins here...Please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@brightpathkids.comWe thank all interested applicants, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. 
Work where you matter. Vancouver Island University is an amazing place of opportunity and we are currently looking for instructors to teach EACS 180 School-based practicum (Spring 2019) and/or EACS 190 Community-based Practicum (Fall 2018 and possibly Spring 2019).Course Outlines available here an instructor, you will prepare and deliver content using a blended delivery that includes both in classroom and online classes as well as design and grade student assignments and tests, and facilitate student integration of theory and practice. In addition, you will participate in program and faculty meetings, liaise with support staff, other staff and faculty.Required Qualifications:Master's degree from an appropriately accredited institution in the disabilities fieldRecent practice experience in the disabilities field. Demonstrated proficiency in post-secondary teaching both in online and in classroom environments with the ability to meet the needs of a diverse student populationKnowledge and experience applying theory in practice in a manner that is consistent with the content in the course descriptions.Concrete evidence of collaboration and effective team work; must demonstrate commitment to teaching, learning and student success through ongoing professional training, subject currency and institutional service.Must possess a valid Class 5 BC Driver's License and have a confirmed satisfactory driving recordView the full job description and apply online by July 18th, 2018. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. VIU embraces the principle of employment equity and encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and people of Aboriginal descent. 
Upper Canada District School Board
Brockville, CA_ON, Canada
The Upper Canada District School Board is committed to providing accommodations [for people with disabilities].  If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. Hours of Work and Details of Assignment: 8:30 - 3:45Behavour/ Autism/DD/physical/general Job Summary:Under the direction and the supervision of the Principal and in consultation with the Learning Resource Teacher (LRT) and classroom teacher, the Educational Assistant is responsible for the provision of support to students with exceptional needs within the school. The position involves dealing with confidential information and requires ongoing flexibility and diversity.  In support of student learning, teaching, and other professional staff, the responsibilities are many and varied and include any or all of the following: supporting the instruction of individual and/or groups of students in an academic and/or integrated class environment, overseeing special education students and implementing special education programs related to behaviour, communication, intellectual or physical needs, where required. QUALIFICATIONSEducation & Experience:Incumbents must possess a secondary school diploma and two year or three year Community College Diploma in one of the following: Child & Youth Worker, Registered Early Childhood Educator*, Behavioral Science Technician, Educational Assistant, Developmental Services Worker or Social Service Worker, Registered Nurse**, Registered Nursing Assistant or Registered Practical Nurse** Bachelor Degrees in Child Studies, Sociology and Psychology will be recognized. Behaviour Management Systems (BMS) training/certification is an asset.*RECE registration in good standing**Nursing diplomas must be accompanied by proof of current certificationRelated work experience would be an asset.   Skills Required: Possesses individual knowledge and skills applied in the support of student behaviour, communication, intellectual or physical needs (e.g. sign language, non-violent crisis intervention, behaviour management skills) Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of specific social/emotional and physical needs of students with learning disabilities, behavioural challenges, developmental disabilities, or physical challenges Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills Well-developed problem solving and conflict resolution skills Working knowledge of word processing, Internet, e-mail and related educational  computer programs Ability to interact appropriately with students, parents, co-workers, Board personnel and community agencies Demonstrated ability to remain calm and non-confrontational under pressure High degree of confidentiality, diplomacy, tact and discretion is essential Ability to act as both a team player and independently with minimal supervision 
School District #22 (Vernon)
Vernon, BC, Canada
 Posting #1819-279  Kalamalka  Secondary1 block in the area of Physical Education SEM 2 : BLK B - PE 8This position is effective January 28, 2019Please contact Mike Grace,  Principal, if you have any questions about this position.Secondary School Subjects Possess a valid BC Teaching certificate, membership in the BC Teachers Regulation Branch and eligibility for a Teachers Qualification Card.Bachelor of Education (Secondary) or equivalent with a major or minor in the subject area(s).Demonstrated current knowledge of the IRPs for the subject area, including the learning outcomes and appropriate resourcesPrevious successful experience teaching the subject requiredDemonstrated ability to use a variety of teaching and assessment strategiesDemonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environmentExcellent communication, interpersonal, and classroom management skillsHave knowledge and/or experience in the areas of outcomes-based instruction, assessment for learning, differentiated instruction and inclusive educationBe proficient with technology and 21st century learning
The BC Initiative for Inclusive Post-Secondary Education (STEPS-Forward)
British Columbia, Burnaby
Location: Simon Fraser University Status: Permanent Hours: 37.5 hours a week. Some flexibility required but most hours will be Mon-Fri, 9-5. Start Date: July 23, 2018 Location: Lower Mainland Wage: $17.60/hr. with a comprehensive…
Vérifications mondiales Mintz
Montréal, QC
Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Screening Agent is responsible for the daily processing of Mintz Global Screening. The agent must make sure to treat all requests for the validation of educational files all services in accordance to the company procedures and understand and respect the instructions given by his superiors. This These service s mainly include verifying references at all levels; criminal and civil record, credit record, driving record, diplomas, professional accreditations and other services offered by the company. Responsibilities: To provide customer service in accordance with the standards and to the specifics of the service contracts, the Screening Agent shall: Execute the verification work using the available tools and stay updated on new services, new procedures and applicable lawsGet consent documents needed for the requested verificationUnderstand clearly the nature and limits of the mandate given by the clientConduct regular monitoring according to customer needs and answer their questions on timeProvide results to the clients according to established procedure and provide other avenues of research, if necessarySynthesize information obtained in the form of written reports in a professional and understandable mannerMeet client services deadlinesMake out bound calls and answer incoming calls complete the verificationsEnsure compliance with the company standards of privacy and securityWork with team members to ensure excellent customer serviceMaintain good relationships with his colleagues and supervisorsMaintain a clean and operational working environmentUnderstand and apply the problem-solving policy ‘'Escalation process’), if necessaryRefer to the team leader to get advice and answers to their questions and advise of any problematic situationPerform other duties as may be assigned by one of his superiors. Knowledge and Education            Degree of a college/high school recognized in CanadaBilingual, English and French, an assetAbility typing (minimum typing speed) Experience, Skills and Abilities Experience to in customers services 1 to 2 (one to two) years 3-5 (three to five) years minimumExperience in human resources or recruitment (an asset)Excellent computer skills, web, conventional database or other tool to clean auditsStrong organizational skills, autonomy, detail-orientedCapacity to communicate clearly the research resultsCommunication skills, oral and writtenAptitude to work both in team and individuallyAbility to work in a changing environment
Little Ark Childcare Centre
Kelowna, BC
Little Ark Childcare Centre is hiring for two FT positions in our Infant Toddler Program. Must have valid License to Practice, current Criminal Record Check and First Aid. Special Needs Diploma and/or FOODSAFE certificate is an asset. Successful candidate must be physically fit to work on the floor with infants and toddlers, work well in a team setting, be energetic, flexible and must love children! 
Kativik Ilisarniliriniq
Saint-Laurent, CA_QC, Canada
POSITION: EDUCATION CONSULTANT FOR WORK-ORIENTED TRAINING PATHWAYS DEPARTMENT: EDUCATION SERVICES COMPETITION NUMBER: EDCONS-IPL1807-01 LOCATION: KUUJJUAQ STATUS: REGULAR FULL TIME STARTING DATE: JULY 2018  Kativik Ilisarniliriniq is a school board offering educational services in the 14 communities of Nunavik.  FUNCTION & DUTIES:Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Second Language Curriculum Development, this position entails the responsibility of providing advice and support to schools in the implementation, development and evaluation of the Work-Oriented Training Pathways programs of study.  Support and ensure high quality and culturally relevant education in Nunavik communities specifically inline with alternative Pre-work and Apprenticeship educational programs; Work in collaboration with the Adult Education, Vocational Training team, and local job placement partners; Participate in the development of the programs and pedagogical material that are aligned to Inuit culture, language and community needs and values; Lead training sessions / workshops with teachers and local businesses and organizations in person or with technological support (virtual class, videoconference and others); Follow up on inventories of material and budgets for the Work-Oriented Training Pathway programs; Support specific project-based models practiced in the 14 schools using creative thinking and problem solving skills; Carry out related tasks at the discretion of the immediate supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS:Bachelor's degree in a relevant field of specialization, notably education. The Board may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the afore-mentioned qualifications if it finds a suitable candidate who is a beneficiary of the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement (JBNQA) and who accepts, as a condition of employment, to follow a training plan determined by the Board. REQUIREMENTS: Legal qualification to teach in the province of Québec, or other province of Canada; Experience as a teacher, trainer of trades, or program developer; Extensive knowledge of French is essential; Computer literacy; Knowledge of Inuktitut and/or English is an asset. CLASSIFICATION / SALARY / BENEFITS:In accordance with the SPPOM collective agreement for professionals / From $40,241 to $76,293 annually depending on qualification and experience.  In addition to salary, you may be eligible to other benefits such as: 20 days of annual vacation 2 weeks of vacation during Holiday season and, when applicable, other benefits such as: Summer schedule Housing Northern allowance Social trips Food cargo  All benefits are prorated based on the percentage of the task.DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS:  4:00 pm, July 17, 2018 SEND APPLICATION BY EMAIL TO: professionnels@kativik.qc.caYou must indicate EDCONS-IPL1807-01 in the subject of the e-mail. Human ResourcesKativik Ilisarniliriniq Only those candidates under consideration will be contacted.
School District #22 (Vernon)
Vernon, BC, Canada
#1819-269  School District Office    0.4 FTE term specific position in the area of District Literacy Intervention Teacher: Aboriginal StudentsThis is a Position of Special Responsibility - Level 2This term specific position will be effective September 4, 2018 and will continue until June 27, 2018 or upon the return of the incumbent, whichever comes first.This is a position of special responsibility in teaching balanced literacy skills to individual or small groups of Aboriginal students in Kindergarten to grade 4 and sharing/facilitating teacher learning.Schedule to be determined in consultation with the Director of Instruction for Student Learning.Please contact Silke Yardley, Director of Instruction/Student Learning if you have specific questions relating to this position.This position requires an enthusiastic, high energy and dedicated educator with the following qualifications and/or experience: An understanding  of the First Peoples Principals of Learning and Aboriginal Cultural Ways of Knowing Strong background and understanding of Aboriginal education, culture and pedagogy. Knowledge and understanding for the academic and/or special needs of Aboriginal students. Proven ability to teach primary students how to read and write using a balanced literacy approach Current primary teacher experience with knowledge and experience  with using the following assessment tools to move your students  learning forward: the Early Literacy Screener Assessment,   leveled literacy resources such as PM Benchmarks and Oral running record and Observation surveys of Early Literacy Achievements. Ability to develop and coordinate a schedule with a learning team within a school to support Aboriginal students and provide reading intervention strategies to be used in the classroom setting and in small group instruction. Strong classroom management skills Current knowledge of oral language development and social emotional learning. Recognized degree in elementary education is required Additional coursework or professional learning around balanced literacy for early learners would be an asset. An understanding that all students can learn, and while some of our students may have unique challenges, a belief that differentiation and looking at individual students needs can lead to success Experience and skills working with parents as a team Willingness to lead and organize professional development, in-service and professional learning after school, and during the day Willingness to meet with the Literacy intervention team frequently to work together for professional learning and in-service, analyse data and support the team Experience with preparation, presentation and facilitation of literacy workshops and Professional Learning Communities would be an asset. Self-directed with excellent time management, organizational and communication skills BC Teaching certificate membership in the Teacher Regulation Branch and eligibility for Teacher qualification service card.  Description of Duties: Work collaboratively with a school based resource team/teachers to identify Aboriginal students at risk, through a referral process, using our early literacy screener and other early literacy skills assessments. Work with school based teams, within the school learning environment, by offering/supporting reading assessment tools and intervention strategies to meet student learning needs. Work in a one on one setting with Aboriginal students daily and in small groups.  Work in multiple schools/settings using a residency type service delivery model. Develop and create a comprehensive case study of each student you are working with, with continuous anecdotal reports on student progress, reading assessments, parent communication and developmental needs to ensure success. Work with families modeling and informing them of critical literacy and daily reading strategies needed to build and sustain their child’s fluency and comprehension skills. Following student assessments, recommendations will be made based on student learning progress. Attend and / or present after school study sessions working with individual and groups of teachers to collaborate and learn about research proven reading intervention strategies and  to develop a variety of skills to support our teachers and other itinerant staff members. Attend and / or present after school workshops, parent information meetings and work with community partner groups in providing family literacy support to facilitate continuous improvement with their child. Be a member of a district literacy team, to adopt and implement a shared vision and long term plan to enhance reading intervention strategies of support to build capacity within our district with the potential to reach more schools over time. Participate in regional and provincial development initiatives representing the Vernon school district as a reading intervention support teacher Collaborate as a peer coach with teachers in the development and implementation of instructional practices that best support at-risk learners in early literacy Enter student data into the Aboriginal Inventory Management System (AIMS) as required by the Aboriginal Education Department Interested candidates are requested to support their application with a resume, three current references (which should include your current principal or supervisor) and an outline of curriculum related initiatives/experience they have been involved in. Please be prepared to present (10 minutes maximum) on your beliefs on teaching literacy to Aboriginal learners.  Please also provide some examples of what you have done to move your students learning forward in your classroom. (Please advise if you need any technology support.)
College of the Rockies
British Columbia, Cranbrook
Please see web page link below.
23.50-32.93$ per hour
Commission scolaire Central Québec / Central Québec School Board
Trois-Rivières, QC
                                          July 10, 2018Posting #5318   SUPPORT POSITION AVAILABLEEnglish School Board2018-2019 school yearas per articles 7-1.23 and 7-1.18 of the support staff collective agreement   Position :Special Education TechnicianPlace of work :Mauricie English Elementary Trois-Rivières (QC)Job status :Regular Part Time (25.7143%) (23.8095% paid + 1.9048% compensated preparation time)Schedule :Day 1 : 8:40-10:20 Day 2 : 8:40-10:20 Day 3 : 8:40-10:20 Day 4 : 8:40-10:20 Day 5 : 8:40-10:20Immediate supervisor :School PrincipalStarting date :August 29, 2018Ending date :June 21, 2019Salary scale :23,50 to $32,93  Nature of the workThe principal and customary work of an employee in this class of employment consists in working with a multidisciplinary team to apply special education techniques and methods in keeping with an individualized education plan intended for handicapped students or students with social maladjustments or learning difficulties or in keeping with a program designed for students requiring specific support.Characteristic functionsUnder the responsibility of the school administration and in conjunction with the multidisciplinary team, he or she participates in developing and drawing up an individualized education plan; selects the measures designed to attain the objectives determined, develops his or her action plan and applies the measures; assesses whether the objectives were attained and participates in evaluating the plan.He or she prepares, organizes and conducts educational or pedagogical support activities, cultural and recreational activities as well as sports activities designed to develop social, cognitive, psycho-motor, communication or other skills; selects, prepares and, if necessary, ensures that the necessary material is adapted or constructed for these activities. He or she works with other staff to determine and carry out other educational activities such as the organization and supervision of practicums in the workplace.He or she helps students with learning activities in class. Within his or her competence, the employee helps a student to read and write and provides him or her with needed explanations; helps him or her with lessons and homework.He or she observes situations and works with students reacting to their environment; counsels them; applies, during fits, intervention techniques conducive to calm and order; coaches them in their behaviour modification process; provides support to the teacher so as to ensure an environment conducive to learning in the classroom.He or she applies communication techniques adapted to student needs.He or she informs students of the various disorders or dependencies and, if necessary, meets with them to provide them with advice, help or referrals to specialized resources.He or she supervises students who, following a sanction, must receive instruction in another room; helps them with their schoolwork; determines with the students concerned and with the staff involved in intervention efforts the conditions for reintegrating the classroom.He or she may be required to accompany students with special needs on the arrival and departure of school buses.He or she records his or her observations and interventions, keeps files and prepares reports on a student's situation.He or she works, where necessary, with youth protection organizations and external interveners in matters pertaining, in particular, to parental abuse or negligence; where applicable, helps the school administration to conduct student searches.He or she meets with students, parents and teachers to provide them with advice, information and pertinent documents and referrals.If necessary, he or she administers medication according to medical requirements and the school policy in effect and to the parents' instructions; administers first aid.He or she may be required to use a computer and the various software needed to perform his or her duties. He or she may be required to train less experienced technicians as well as coordinate the work of support staff in performing duties related to the implementation of programs involving technical operations for which he or she is responsible.If need be, he or she performs any other related duty.Required qualificationsTo hold a college diploma in special education methods or a diploma or attestation of studies which is recognized as equivalent by the competent authority.Be fluent in written and oral English. Knowledge of French would be an asset.Have experience with students with behavioural problems and academic difficulties.A valid certificate in First-aid.   All interested candidates are asked to forward their application by August 10, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.By email : jobs@cqsb.qc.caMention the posting number on the subject line of your email and on your resume.An acknowledgement of receipt will be returned to your email address. We thank all applicants for their interest in our organization. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted. All applications are treated in a confidential manner. We apply equal access to employment and we encourage women, visible and ethnic minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities to apply. People with disabilities who wish, may be assisted in the preselection and selection process.                                                                                                                                                                      The Human Resources Department Required qualificationsTo hold a college diploma in special education methods or a diploma or attestation of studies which is recognized as equivalent by the competent authority.Be fluent in written and oral English. Knowledge of French would be an asset.Have experience with students with behavioural problems and academic difficulties.A valid certificate in First-aid.
Fort St. John, BC
In accordance with established vision and values of the organization, the Clinical Nurse Educator practices in accordance with the standards of professional practice and code of ethics as outlined by the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (CRNBC) or the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of British Columbia (CRPNBC) as well as within a patient and family centered care model.The Clinical Nurse Educator is responsible for identifying, planning, compiling and delivering training sessions for Nursing staff to assist them in meeting their key competencies in compliance with scope. Compiles, implements and evaluates general and unit specific Orientation and Education programs for the Nursing staff. Facilitates the development and ongoing maintenance of the department's preceptorship/mentorship programs. Participates in the on-going review and revision of patient care standards, policies and procedures and coordinates the in-service programs aimed at meeting the continuing educational needs of nursing staff. Qualifications Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing plus three years' recent related experience and two years' formal experience in adult teaching/learning and curriculum development; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Current practicing registration with the College of Registered Nurses' of BC (CRNBC) or the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of British Columbia (CRPNBC).Current CPR certification.Skills and Abilities:Leadership - Promotes staff morale, cooperation, assertiveness and risk-taking, creative planning for change and innovations, implementation of NH policies or other protocols, and ongoing professional development of self and others.Management - Manages time and resources, implementing activities to promote cooperation among relevant others, supervising responsibilities of others, collaboration across disciplines and related activities.Knowledge Integration - Using factual information, prior learning and basic principles and procedures to support decisions and actions with relevant research-based evidence. Integrates best practice from nursing and health-related disciplines and the humanities, arts and sciences disciplines into professional practice.Human Caring and Relationship Centered Practice - Ability to promote client-focused care that demonstrates care for and with clients and significant others, sensitive to diverse cultures and preferences, client advocacy and social justice concerns.Communication - Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with the clients, families, the public, medical staff and the members of the interdisciplinary team using verbal, written and computer communication means.Critical Thinking - Demonstrated ability to integrate and evaluate pertinent data (from multiple sources) to problem-solve effectively.Teaching - Ability to transmit information intended to instruct clients and others about topics essential to health care and well-being.Assessment and Intervention - Demonstrated ability to complete initial and ongoing client assessments (clinical and diagnostic reasoning) and provide nursing care through appropriate/ prescribed technical, therapeutic, safety type interventions.Ability to operate related equipment including proven ability to utilize computer technology.Physical ability to perform the duties of the position.FORT ST. JOHN COMMUNITYFort St. John is known as "The Energetic City," which reflects the large resource base of oil, natural gas, forestry and agriculture, and the vitality of their residents who are keen to live and work in a community that gives back so much. Fort St. John sits high above the spectacular Peace River Valley, Northwest of Dawson Creek and Southeast of Fort Nelson, where endless patchwork quilts of cropland melt into the horizon. Serving an area population of 69,000, Fort St. John is the hub of the Northeast with a new cultural center and library, theatre and art space. The main industries are agriculture, forestry, natural gas, construction and trucking.
School District #68 (Nanaimo-Ladysmith)
Nanaimo, BC, Canada
  We are currently accepting applications for a District Principal – Aboriginal EducationNanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools requires a strong, inclusive leader for the role of District Principal – Aboriginal Education.  Reporting to the Deputy Superintendent through Learning Services, the focus of this position is to work collaboratively to move the District Learning Agenda forward while ensuring the delivery of services across the District, as it pertains to Aboriginal Education.    FunctionsThe District Principal – Aboriginal Education will assist with enhancing the effectiveness of Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools in meeting Ministry and District goals, and creating a positive climate that encourages excellence by enacting a vision to build success for Aboriginal Students.  The position entails leadership and administrative responsibility that requires deep Aboriginal understandings, sound judgment, clear direction, and strong conviction.  The successful candidate will be a key member of the District Management Team who will champion the philosophy of collective responsibility for Aboriginal Education, enabling students and staff to achieve personal success and pursue their passions in an inclusive, supportive, respectful, and restorative learning environment.  The successful applicant will also perform a variety of administrative tasks, which includes: The ongoing supervision of Aboriginal Education staff The development and implementation of strategic goals The management of a significant budget The provision of ongoing collaboration with District Learning Coordinators Employment RequirementsEducation and Training:   A Bachelors’ Degree in Education Master’s in Curriculum, Leadership or Indigenous Studies (M.A. or M.Ed.) or related field would be an asset    Additional Requirements   Eligibility for membership with the Teacher Regulation Branch Knowledge of and sensitivity to the needs of Aboriginal students, families andcommunity The respect of the Aboriginal community, especially in terms of Aboriginal Education leadership An ability to build and foster positive relationships and influence with a variety of stakeholder groups. Exemplary experience as a classroom teacher, and/or successful Administration experience Demonstrated outstanding professional and leadership qualities Thorough knowledge of curriculum and awareness of current trends in Aboriginal Education Ability to communicate and work effectively with others A demonstrated commitment to professional development and continued growth as an educator Skilled in planning, change management implementation with a focus on results  How to apply Please apply via should include a cover letter, résumé, a brief statement of philosophy, proof of education, most recent evaluation report, names and contact information of three supervisory references and any other relevant supporting documentation.  Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools would like to thank all applicants for their interest in working with us, however, only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.  
St. James Daycare
British Columbia, Vancouver
We are always in need of fully qualified British Columbia ECE on call substitutes that are available for full days at St James Daycare Centre Society in Kitsilano. We offer shifts working with 3-5 year olds. Please mail or email all four of the …
Randstad Canada
Toronto, ON
Our client, one of Canada's top banks, is hiring a Education Training & Content Coordinator for a 4 month contract with long term potential.Job Responsibilities: • The Training and Communication Manager is responsible for identifying the local communication and training needs within RBWM. This will include developing the strategy, developing material, leveraging the existing corporate Learning and Communication teams, and may include delivering training to stakeholders. This may include delivering on the local and global Training and Communication agenda, addressing key projects and will become accountable for ensuring the RBWM business in each country. This role must drive cultural change within the business using learning and communication solutions. Coordinates effective Communication. Ensures high quality training is designed and delivered. Achieves and maintains sustainability once complete. The role holder will work closely with Country business owners to achieve this outcome, and the close co-operation with senior local stakeholders across RBWM will be crucial for success of this priority initiative.  AdvantagesOpportunity for extension!Up to $48.00/hrWork for one of Canada's largest banks!Steps from Union StationQualifications• Bachelor’s degree in communications, business, finance, related field or equivalent experience. • Experience in creating on-boarding/training material. • Strong problem-solving, lateral thinking, communications, project management, planning, organizational and interpersonal skills. • Knowledge of the Retail Banking and Wealth Management business, including areas of CVM, Business Performance, Distribution, Risk, Compliance, and Financial Crime Compliance. This includes their products, services and processes and pertinent regulations impacting their delivery. • Knowledge of project management principles, practices, techniques and tools. • Ability to analyze complex problems, interpret operational needs and develop integrated, creative, technical solutions. • Ability to develop project budgets and projections. • Experience in presenting business options. Lindsay,Tyrone,HeatherPhone Number:416.861.9888 Fax Number:416.861.8727