Student Job Finder

Filter: Only jobs posted a maximum of 30 days ago will be displayed in this area. This area is meant for use by students and alumni only.
Reset Filter
line separator
1 2 3
Posted: Friday, May 17, 2024
Food on the Move Program Assistant (Internship)
Food First NL and Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador are partnering to employ a Food on the Move Program Assistant for a 12-week internship with Food First NL. This role will be based in St. John’s and supporting the activities of Food on the Move, a pop-up grocery store social enterprise. Details about Food on the Move can be found at 
The Job
The Food on the Move Program Assistant will be responsible for the following tasks:
? Assist with acquiring food items from retailers and wholesalers. Help to select, load and unload, and safely handle purchased food. 
? Assist with hosting Food on the Move pop-up markets at community centres, Memorial University, Food First NL locations, and other sites as required. This would include setting up and taking down the tables, signage, and products, interacting with customers, and processing transactions using cash and a Square POS system.
? Participate in Food First NL and Food on the Move promotional and outreach activities, including putting up posters, distributing print materials, contributing to development of social media and newsletter content, attending community events, giving presentations, etc. 
? Participate in efforts to maintain safe food handling and storage at all times.
? Participate in Food on the Move planning, administration, and evaluation activities including attending relevant meetings. 
? Participate in orientation with Food First NL and Conservation Corps of NL. Participate in Food on the Move training. Participate in professional development on topics such as equity, food safety, and social enterprise. 
? Participate as a member of the Food First NL team and contribute to communications, evaluation, human resources, planning, and reporting activities of the organization as requested.
? Act as a representative of Food First NL and Food on the Move at meetings, on committees, at events, and potentially with the media, as requested.
? Other duties as required. 

The Ideal Candidate 
This position requires some physical labour. The intern must be able to safely lift up to 50lbs and complete some repetitive tasks like placing produce into bags. 
Please consider applying if many of the following characteristics apply to you and you are interested in growing your experience in the areas that don’t: 
? You are excited about improving access to affordable and local food and advancing Food First NL’s vision of a province where everyone can eat with joy and dignity
? You have experience working in retail settings and have used POS (point of sale) systems
? You are friendly and outgoing and enjoy interacting with the public 
? You have experience working with non-profits, social enterprises, or in the community 
? You are organized and detail oriented
? You have strong communication skills and you enjoy working as part of a team
? You are comfortable taking direction and working independently
? You are committed to equity and inclusion, take a trauma-informed approach, and you have experience interacting positively with groups who have been marginalized
? You are reliable and punctual
? You are a strong problem solver who strives to remain open-minded and level headed
? You are confident with computers and you have experience with Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Gmail, Calendar, Drive) 
? You are able to get around St. John’s to multiple locations for work activities. All locations are on Metrobus routes. 
? You are able to work both in-person and online as required
If you have questions about the requirements of the positions, contact

Compensation and other Details
Wage: $24.20/hour 
Position Type: Full-time, temporary. This is a Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador internship. The intern will be employed by CCNL and placed with Food First NL. 
Hours: 35 hours/week. Mostly during business hours but occasional evenings and weekends will be required. 
Internship Period: June - September (12 weeks) 
Public Holidays: Up to 5 paid public holidays during the internship period depending on start date. 
Leave time: 4% vacation pay provided and unpaid vacation days available as requested and approved by a supervisor. Sick and personal leave days available as needed. 
Location and Transportation: You must be located in St. John’s and be able to get around St. John’s to multiple locations for work activities. All locations are on Metrobus routes. 
Work Environment: This position requires some flexibility. You will be working from a combination of locations including from home, at community sites, and at the Food First NL office. This position requires a reliable home internet connection; a monthly stipend is available to assist with home internet and phone costs. 
How To Apply
Send a PDF of your resume and cover letter to by the end of the day on Wednesday, May 29, 2024. We thank everyone who applies but only people selected for an interview will be contacted. 
Questions, and contact for support in applying: Shelby Beals, CCNL Programs Coordinator,  
Food First NL recognizes that systemic barriers related to gender, race and ethnicity, Indigeneity, ability, physical and mental health, age, and socio-economic status limit or prevent people’s equal access to power and resources within society. In order to address these barriers within our own organization and the broader community, Food First NL is committed to practicing equity in all aspects of our work, including hiring. We welcome the opportunity to discuss any accommodations you may require both in the position itself and in the hiring process.
If you are a person with a disability who requires support applying, please contact us. We can also provide this job posting in alternative formats. 
About Food First NL
Food First NL is a provincial non-profit organization with nearly twenty-five years of experience leading food security efforts. Food First NL’s mission is to advance everyone’s right to food in Newfoundland and Labrador. We envision a province where everyone can eat with dignity and joy. To learn more visit or our social media @FoodFirstNL (Instagram, X, Facebook, YouTube).
About Conservation Corps Newfoundland & Labrador
CCNL is a non-profit organization focusing on supporting local environmental and cultural priorities, enhancing climate resilience, delivering environmental education and creating meaningful employment and skill development opportunities for youth. To learn more visit or their social media @ConservationCorpsNL (Facebook, Instagram), @CorpsNL (X), and Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador on LinkedIn. 
Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2024
Potential work opportunity with Halliburton in the Oil & Gas industry in Alberta

This is the entry level position for the M/LWD (Measurement/Logging While Drilling) job family. Candidates must posses STEM degree or diploma and a full class 5 (non graduated) Canadian driver’s license. This is a field position based out of our Nisku Alberta shop. Field personnel are expected to live within 1 hour drive of the shop.
Under strict supervision, provides on-site supervision of the Measurement-While-Drilling (MWD) process, including tool preparations, data acquisition, log generation and Quality Control (QC) and delivery of the services to the customer. Responsibilities are to learn the job role for the LWD service line. Serves as a third man in a sub-ordinate role. Provides technical and operational expertise to external customer. Performs assignments requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering and measurement while drilling principles. Maintains equipment inventory and supervises movement to and from well site. Check equipment and advises repair requirements. Maintains computer database for on-going jobs, prepares job ticket, daily reporting, and end-of-well reports. Skill acquired through completion of the basic M/LWD training program. Must have successfully passed company tests or met task guideline requirements. Ability to demonstrate technical aptitude to required standards. Must possess good communication, arithmetic, data entry and recording skills. Requires ability to read and interpret formation well logs and interpret directional survey information and other well site data.
Email resume/cover letter to:
Also apply online at (Job Requisition number: 184357)
Posted: Wednesday, May 15, 2024
Service Canada is actively recruiting for bilingual officer level positions across Atlantic Canada! This is an opportunity to join an Employer of Choice! 

The Federal Public Service is stronger and most effective when we reflect the diversity of the Canadian population we serve. We are dedicated to building and promoting a diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce, representative of Canadian society. With an employee-focused culture, we recognize the importance of continuous learning, career development opportunities and work-life balance within a diverse and respectful work environment. We encourage members of employment equity groups to self-identify during the application process. 
Please find attached job opportunities with Service Canada in the Atlantic Region. The links to apply are contained within the advertisements, and the attached posters are printable.

We ask that you share this information with students, clients, job seekers and partner organizations. 

Visit Careers at Employment and Social Development Canada/Service Canada for more information. 

Posted: Wednesday, May 15, 2024
See below job opportunity with Serco Canada Inc., also listed in Indeed Serco Canada Inc Jobs in Goose Bay, NL (with Salaries) | Canada

Supply Operative – Part Time Term.  Supply Operative in Goose Bay, Newfoundland | Careers at GooseBayNewfoundlandCA (

Fire Platoon Chief -Full Time. Fire Platoon Chief in Goose Bay, Newfoundland | Careers at GooseBayNewfoundlandCA (

Fire Fighter- Term.  Fire Fighter in Goose Bay, Newfoundland | Careers at GooseBayNewfoundlandCA ( 
Posted: Monday, May 13, 2024
Internship Position: Rockcut Marketing and Research Assistant 
The Town of Twillingate is an incorporated municipality with a population of approximately 2200 residents. The purpose is to provide municipal services to residents and businesses. Primarily a fishing community, the Town of Twillingate has a strong tourism economy. Goals are as follows: Protect environmentally sensitive and significant areas; Enable a healthier community; Support improved reliability and capacity of municipal services; Preserve and enhance the community's character and identity; Develop community capacity; Expand local economic opportunities.

The Town of Twillingate is in the process of developing and expanding the Rockcut Twillingate Trails. The 55+ km trail network will circumnavigate Twillingate Islands. This position will aid in providing the necessary support to market these trails as world class hiking, and promote the trails as a green space to be enjoyed by the community and visitors alike. The assistant will curate a strong social media presence to promote the trails to visitors, boost brand awareness, and advertise products that support the trail. They will map existing and planned trails for 2024/2025 to create gpx files that will be beneficial in providing current up to date information on trail routes for locals, tourists, hiking enthusiasts, and ultra runners. This position will also participate in conducting research into flora, fauna and geology and archeological data comparison that will be used to create interpretive signage along the trail.  In depth research will also be conducted on the historic and archeological background of key areas. 

Activities and responsibilities will include:
? Using social media to build brand awareness, promote the trail and associated products. This will include research, content creation, data monitoring and user engagement tracking
? Mapping of the trails to create gpx files. Comparing these mapping data with archeological and historical background data to determine interpretation opportunities and to note sensitive areas
? Research into several branches of information that will be used to design interpretive signage
? Documenting significant areas, flora and fauna along the trail via photograph, video and other methods as needed
? Engaging with local stakeholders to create partnerships that highlight the goals and mandate of the trails committee
? Maintain merchandise inventory 
? Other duties as required

Position is for 12 weeks starting on June 3rd
Rate of pay: $19.00/hr for 35 hours per week 
? Realistic weekly/monthly goals will be determined based on the background/experience of the successful applicant if funding is received
? 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 and comfort in engaging community stakeholders. Community relations experience will be considered an asset
? Experience creating social media or knowledge of public relations and promotion
? Marketing experience will be considered an asset
? Computer proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Outlook, and virtual meeting software
? Experience reviewing literature and/or researching specific topics
? Physical ability to hike long distances
? Enrolled in a post-secondary institution
Additional Considerations
? 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.
                                                            Application Information

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


         For more information please go to or contact Shelby Beals at 

1 2 3