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R&D Associate/R&D Assistant   What - Friday, June 21, 2024

R&D Associate/R&D Assistant
 
What is the Boomerang-o-vation program?
A prestigious innovation talent development program providing a select group of college and university graduates from the Atlantic provinces the unique opportunity to develop innovation skills through paid R&D Associate/R&D Assistant externships at Tech-Access Canada's Technology Access Centres (TAC) across Canada, followed by paid internships at Atlantic SMEs.

Leading Edge - Paid Externship at a TAC
We are looking for 10 recent graduates from colleges and universities in the Atlantic region to be selected to complete a 6-12-month paid externship at a TAC as a Research Assistant or Research Associate acquiring innovation skills and participating in multiple applied research projects with SMEs from the TAC's region. You will enjoy a supporting role as part of the multi-disciplinary TAC team where you will contribute your unique expertise to approximately 20 different real-world projects.

Trailing Edge - Paid Internship at an Atlantic Region Small or Medium Sized Enterprise (SME)
After your tenure with the TAC, you'll return to your home region where you will spend an additional 6-12 months at a host company to transfer the innovation expertise acquired in the previous paid internship as a Research Assistant or Research Associate to make the SME more innovative and productive. At the SMEs, you will help support company-focused innovation challenges, lead technology adoption and R&D activities, and help increase competitiveness of the participating companies.

What is a Technology Access Centre (TAC)?
TACs are nationally recognized applied R&D centres operating exclusively at selected colleges and cégeps. TACs work with 5,000 companies each year.
 
To participate, you must agree to the terms and conditions of the program including:

  • Committing to complete both the paid externship at a TAC and a paid internship at a SME in the Atlantic region.
  • You must have completed your studies at one of the public colleges or universities in the Atlantic region colleges within the last two years.
  • You must be 45 years of age or younger as of the application deadline.
 
For complete program, eligibility & application details, please visit: https://boomerangovation.ca/
 
If you have any questions, please e-mail Laura at boomerangovation@tech-access.ca
 

Dara Counseling and Wellness is Looking for an ene - Monday, June 17, 2024

Dara Counseling and Wellness is Looking for an energetic and organized person to join a small but busy counselling group practice in St. John’s.  Person must be able to work independently and as part of a team. This is a mostly hybrid position with office time occasionally. Person must be comfortable with deadlines and respect confidentiality of clients. 

Hourly rate is $22.00 

Suitable person would have experience in - 

• medical record administration
• word
• excel
• google docs. 

Preference to those who also have skill set with social media, and Canva. 

Few hours to start and could lead to more hours for the right person. Open to contract workers or becoming an employee.

Duties  include – 
• Helping with billing.
• Following up with clients as needed.
• Social media posts
• Other administrative duties as required. 
• Bookings 

For more information or to submit a resume, please contact Nancy at nancy@daracounselling.ca 

Job Posting - Building Conservation Intern $21/hr - Monday, June 10, 2024

Job Posting - Building Conservation Intern $21/hr

Heritage NL is seeking a qualified individual passionate about heritage carpentry or conservation for the position of Building Conservation Intern. Work will include assisting Heritage NL staff and workshop leaders on providing technical workshops on the repair and restoration of wooden windows and other conservation skills, helping provide workshops on Standards and Guidelines, preparing a written report on the benefits of window restoration over replacement, and assisting with assessments of historic properties in the field.

Requirements: A certificate of completion, diploma, or degree in heritage conservation, heritage carpentry or masonry; or certification as an apprentice carpenter; or practical experience in building trades with an interest in heritage restoration or conservation.

Apply online through the Young Canada Works website:
https://young-canada-works.canada.ca/Opportunity/ProjectDetails?projectId=19530

Woody Island Resort Looking for a part tim - Friday, June 7, 2024

Woody Island Resort

Looking for a part time student to work in our office in Mount Pearl, 20/25 hours per week.

The successful applicant will be require to answer phones, answer e mails and other sundry duties.
The salary is $ 16.25 per hour including vacation pay. The job will commence around the last week of June and go until approximately the last week of August.

Please contact info@woodyi.com for further details. 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  Conservation Corps N - Friday, June 7, 2024

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 
Conservation Corps NL   
In partnership with the  
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society
(Location: Remote) 

Internship Position: Environmental Communications Campaigner
CPAWS-NL’s mission is to promote the systematic establishment of new terrestrial and marine protected areas and to foster effective governance of existing parks, protected reserves and wilderness areas in the province. For the benefit of present and future generations, we envision the establishment of a representative system of terrestrial and marine protected areas that incorporates the ecological, social and economic values of local communities and recognizes the importance of protected areas and wilderness in ecosystems governance and planning.

The Environmental Communications campaigner will assume a pivotal role in a project aimed at heightening environmental consciousness, championing conservation efforts, that can influence environmental change and perceptions through crafted messages and techniques. The campaigner will produce press releases, articles, social media posts, and educational materials tailored to various audiences, ensuring accessibility to environmental topics. This includes but is not limited to website content, newsletters, and social media updates. Through the coordination of events, workshops, and campaigns, the campaigner will foster awareness, educate communities, and rally support for environmental endeavors, catalyzing proactive engagement. In essence, the campaigner will shape public perceptions, stimulate dialogue, and galvanize action concerning environmental matters, thereby making significant contributions to conservation and sustainability objectives.

Activities and responsibilities will include:
? Design and implement social and digital media strategies aligning with CPAWS NL priorities and goals. 
? Manage CPAWS NL social media platforms, including development of original content for Facebook, X, and Instagram. 
? Craft compelling infographics and videos/reels for social media distribution using Canva. 
? Review current website content for accuracy and consistency and identify changes. 
? Develop new content for our website. 
? Assist with planning, communications, and logistics for community events (includes travel?) 
? Support CPAWS with other duties as required

Position is for 12 weeks with tentative start date of  June 24, 2024
Rate of pay: $19.00/hr for 35 hours per week 
Minimum Qualifications
? Completed or working towards a bachelor’s degree in natural resources, biology, conservation, or communications field, or equivalent education and/or experience. 
? Computer skills that include Microsoft Office suite of programs 
? Exemplary written and oral communication skills 
? Access to own laptop and home office with internet is required
? Access to a vehicle with proper insurance is necessary for the position. Travel will be reimbursed when required to travel for work purposes.
? Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects simultaneously, and meet deadlines.
? Strong work ethic, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
? Passion for environmental conservation and sustainability.
Desired Qualifications
? Proficiency in using WordPress to manage websites 
? Experience in web design 
? Experience using Canva 
? Experience Videography/ Photography and editing
                                                                     Application Information
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME, COVER LETTER AND 3 REFERENCES TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING

Email: applications@ccnl.ca
Mail: Suite 100, 10 Austin St, St. John’s, NL, A1B  4C2 
Fax: 709-729-7279 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: June 16, 2024

         For more information please go to www.ccnl.ca or contact Shelby Beals at sbeals@ccnl.ca 

Conservation Corps NL    (Location: St. - Friday, June 7, 2024

Conservation Corps NL   
(Location: St. John's) 

Internship Position: Programs Assistant
Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing youth with training and employment in environmental and cultural heritage conservation. Our goals are to help young people gain leadership, teamwork and employment skills; to work with communities and partners to enhance, restore and sustainably develop the natural and cultural resources of the province; to develop and promote a strong conservation ethic in Newfoundland and Labrador.
This position will be responsible for assisting and providing support to a number of CCNL’s programs. This may include liaising with community partners and stakeholders to ensure programming runs smoothly; assisting with the creation and updating of program resources; assisting with programmatic evaluation and training activities; coordinating, distributing and organizing program supplies and resources; supporting CCNL staff with program facilitation and administration; assisting with event and training  coordination; supporting and compiling data collection; assisting the Communications Coordinator in program capture and promotion;  and other duties as required.

Activities and responsibilities will include:
? Coordinating, distributing and organizing program supplies and resources
? Assisting with the creation and updating of program resources
? Assisting with programmatic evaluation and training activities
? Supporting CCNL staff with program facilitation and administration
? Liaising with community partners and stakeholders
? Assisting with event and training  coordination
? Supporting and compiling data collection
? Assisting the Communications Coordinator in program capture and promotion, including reviewing and organizing photos and other digital media, creating social media content etc.
? Other duties as required

Position is for 8 weeks starting on June 24, 2024
Rate of pay: $18.00/hr for 35 hours per week 
Qualifications
? Strong work ethic, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
? Superior verbal and written communications skills, fluency in English
? Ability to manage priorities and balance workload
? Outgoing  personality
? Knowledge of non-profit organizations would be considered an asset
? Experience creating social media or knowledge of public relations and promotion would be considered an asset
? Computer proficiency with Google Workspace would be considered an asset
Additional Considerations
? Access to a vehicle with proper insurance is considered an asset but is not necessary for the position. Travel will be reimbursed when required to travel for work purposes.
                                                     Application Information
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUME, COVER LETTER AND 3 REFERENCES TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: 

Email: applications@ccnl.ca
Mail: Suite 100, 10 Austin St, St. John’s, NL, A1B  4C2 
Fax: 709-729-7279 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: June 16 , 2024

         For more information please go to www.ccnl.ca or contact Shelby Beals at sbeals@ccnl.ca 

Nous sommes toujours à la recherche d&rsquo - Friday, June 7, 2024

Nous sommes toujours à la recherche d’étudiant.e ou  personne à la recherche d’emploi.
 
Deux emplois  à combler (pour plus d’informations, voir pièces jointes)
Période d’emploi de juin à août
 
Rappel :
Pour être admissible au programme, les jeunes doivent :
• être âgés de 15 à 30 ans au début de la période d’emploi*;
• être citoyens canadiens, résidents permanents ou désignés comme réfugiés en vertu de la Loi sur l’immigration et la protection des réfugiés pour la durée de l’emploi**; et,
• avoir un numéro d’assurance sociale valide au début de l’emploi et être légalement autorisés à travailler au Canada conformément aux dispositions législatives réglementaires en vigueur dans la province ou le territoire visé.
 
Merci de nous donner un coup de pouce et de partager dans vos réseaux
 
N’hésitez pas à nous contacter pour plus d’informations , info@fpftnl.ca by June 17, 2024

Respiratory Therapist Thompson, Manitoba Apply o - Thursday, June 6, 2024

Respiratory Therapist
Thompson, Manitoba
Apply on-line at www.northernhealthregion.ca , open until filled. 

Respiratory Therapist  The PAS , Manitoba A - Thursday, June 6, 2024

Respiratory Therapist 
The PAS , Manitoba
Apply on-line at www.northernhealthregion.ca on or before May 30, 2024

Job title:  Marketing and Communications A - Monday, June 3, 2024

Job title: 

Marketing and Communications Assistant for App and Program Development(work from home)

Seven-week full-time position, Undergraduate or graduate student.

Salary : $15.60/hr, 30 hours per week for 7 weeks. 

The Coalition of Persons with Disabilities NL(COD NL) is building a web and cellphone app-based volunteer service, called KindShare, to support persons with disabilities and seniors. KindShare is an adaptable and innovative program that connects volunteers with people in the community who need support, in a new way. Users post a task they need support with, including, snow-clearing, a Free Ride, dog-walking, yard work, home maintenance/repair, a social visit, or a food/clothing/furniture/appliance donation. (We create a list of activities to choose from based on feedback from participants.). Volunteers can choose to respond to identified tasks based on their ability, schedule, and geographical location. 

The program will utilize principles of universal design to help achieve a goal of 100% accessibility. It will be easy to use and free of charge for all users! 

Incorporated in 1983, COD NL is a provincial, cross-disability organization that educates and advises community stakeholders interested in advancing the status of persons with disabilities. The Coalition systemically advocates for an inclusive and equitable society for all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians living with disabilities.

Start date July 8th and end date August 23rd.

Apply by June 11th to trevor@codnl.ca

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709-758-7536
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