Miscellaneous Job Postings Continued

Currently available miscellaneous jobs are listed below.

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Golf Course Pro-Shop Attendant - Deadline - Feb 14/18
Golf Course Pro-Shop Attendant
Term of Employment: Full-Time, Summer position (April 30 - August 31, 2018)
Rate of Pay: $14.68 - $16.02 per hour
Location: Lloydminster Golf & Curling Centre
This position will assist in the overall operation of the Golf Course Pro-Shop while delivering a high level of member and guest service. Essential responsibilities include:
• Providing quality service to members and guests.
• Answering the phone and booking tee times.
• Maintaining a clean golf pro-shop.
• Receiving materials for the golf course.
• Other related duties as required.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:
• Demonstrated knowledge of golf with the ability to work mornings, evenings and weekends.
• Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
• Ability to communicate effectively.
• This position is contingent on receiving a satisfactory criminal record check prior to start date.
Closing Date: February 14, 2018
Application Information:
The City of Lloydminster is an equal opportunity employer. If you have questions or require further information on this position, please feel free to contact us. All applications are to be made online by visiting
www.lloydminster.ca and selecting Employment Opportunities.
Grader Operators - Deadline - Feb 28/18
Special Areas Board -- Hanna, AB
Grader Operators
Equipment Operator II
Wage: $29.6386 – 32.7793 per hour
Special Areas #2, 3 & 4 - The Special Areas Board invites applications for seasonal positions as Maintenance Grader Operators within the Special Areas 2, 3 and 4.
Reporting to the District Maintenance Foreman for each area, duties for this position involve the operation of road maintenance equipment in performing such tasks as road maintenance and grading. In addition, the operator will be required to keep records, service and make minor repairs to equipment, as well as perform duties such as erecting snow fence, removing rock from roadway, erecting signs, weed cutting, and other duties as required.
Qualifications: Grader experience related to road maintenance and construction; completion of grade twelve or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Applicant must meet the physical requirement needs for the position. A valid class 5 Drivers License is necessary. Cat M joystick control experience is an asset. For additional information contact Wade Heiland, District Maintenance Supervisor at 403-779-3733.
Competition No: 321002
Closing Date: February 28, 2018
This is a designated safety sensitive position and mandatory drug testing will be conducted on all newly hired employees.
Please send an application form and/or resume quoting competition number to:
Human Resource Services
Special Areas Board
Box 820
Hanna, AB T0J 1P0
Fax (403) 854-5527
We thank all applicants; however only those invited for an interview will be personally contacted.
4-H Alberta Camp Staff - Deadline - Feb 20/18
4-H Alberta Camp Staff
# of positions: 7
Location: Airdrie, Alberta, the 4-H Alberta Centre and Regional Alberta Campsites
Salary: Office Day Rate: $115-$130; Camp Rate: $1000-$1400 per camp; Paid Orientations 
Hours per week: 40+
Start date: May 8, 2018 
Application Deadline: February 20, 2018

The 4-H Alberta Camp Staff team will plan, coordinate and/or deliver 4-H Alberta summer camps and programs. This is a job designed for those who have lots of energy, excellent leadership skills, and are able to have fun!

We are looking to build a dynamic team. We need all of our staff to be dependable, mature, independent workers. 

We are hiring for two types of positions:

4-H Camp Staff - Four Month Position 
• You’ll be working in an office for the months of May and June - this is when you’ll be planning and coordinating the summer programs.
• You’ll be researching, preparing written program materials, and using your imagination to make a creative summer program.
• After you’ve developed these comprehensive programs, you’ll get to see it all in action – you’ll be leading the programs you helped create at locations throughout Alberta during the months of July and August.
• NLS certification is a bonus (we have three designated lifeguarding position)

4-H Camp Staff - Two Month Position 
• You’ll be working for the months of July and August at our camps and programs with our four-month 4-H Camp Staff
• NLS certification is a bonus (we have three designated lifeguarding positions)

Position Requirements:
• Completed one year of post-secondary education;
• Valid Class 5 driver’s license;
• Standard First Aid;
• If you’re applying as a lifeguard, you must possess your NLS certification.
In addition, we’d like you to have experience working with youth. Familiarity with the 4-H program is an asset. We’d like to have someone who can think on their feet, and who is creative and innovative. We’d like for you to be able to work independently with limited supervision and have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Please feel free to contact the 4-H Section Programs Specialist, Katelyn Strang (Katelyn.strang@gov.ab.ca or 403.948.8509) if you have any questions about the position. Lack of camp experience is not an obstacle.
Apply with your cover letter and resume. Indicate in your cover letter which position you are applying for – The Four Month position or Two Month position.

Travel Counsellors (summer) - Deadline - Feb 28/18
Are you passionate about travel in Alberta? Be part of the Team that promotes Alberta to travelers from all over the world! As the first point of contact for visitors to Alberta, you have the opportunity to engage visitors in conversations that increase their knowledge about the amazing authentic experiences in breathtaking landscapes that Alberta has to offer.
We are seeking individuals that are personable, customer service oriented, resourceful, proactive and enthusiastic about promoting Alberta. Excellent interpersonal, communication, sales and promotional skills are required for success in this position. Exciting summer employment opportunities are available at the Lloydminster Travel Alberta Visitor Information Centre. Increase your knowledge of the great tourism experiences and destinations that Alberta has to offer, develop skills that will benefit you for future employment, and connect with people from all over the world.
The following positions are available:
Travel Counsellors
Primary responsibilities:
- Provide exceptional customized trip planning and customer service to visitors travelling to Alberta
- Proactively promote attractions, events, experiences and destinations across the province, including assisting travelers with booking accommodations and activities.
- Influence visitors to do more and extend their length of stay in Alberta by matching their interests and needs to Alberta’s attractions, experiences and destinations.
- Distribute information and essential travel tips.
- Complete administrative tasks such as preparing reports, and collecting and entering visitor statistics.
Site Supervisor
Primary responsibilities:
- Perform all Travel Counsellor duties
- Supervise Travel Counsellors and provide ongoing feedback, training and coaching
- Complete administrative tasks including scheduling, overseeing daily operations, managing inventory and ensuring proper maintenance of the Visitor Information Centre
- Liaise with the local tourism industry
Visitor Information Centre staff must be proactive and able to recall/search Alberta information quickly and be comfortable dealing with people. Having well-honed listening and questioning skills are essential, in order to establish credibility in your interactions with travelers.
All candidates must have a high school education and at least one year of customer service experience. Preference will be given to candidates with some post-secondary education in tourism, hospitality and/or a related field. Knowledge of a second language and experience with Alberta’s tourism industry and tourism destinations are considered assets. Equivalencies will be considered. Expertise with internet based research, social media channels and Microsoft Excel and Word is essential. First Aid Certification including AED is required. Candidates applying for the Site Supervisor position must have at least one year of supervisory/leadership experience.
Please note:
These positions are summer employment term opportunities. Weekend and Statutory Holiday work is required. Attendance at training in Edmonton May 7 – 10, 2018 is a condition of employment. All applicants must be able to work from May 7-Sept 3, with the possibility of working until. Successful candidates will be required to obtain First Aid Certification before commencing. We reserve the right to ask for a Criminal Record check.
How to apply: teri-lynn@lloydminsterchamber.com
Closing Date: February 28, 2018
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Seasonal Positions (Nordegg) - Deadline - Feb 16/18
Seasonal Positions for students
Clearwater County is looking to build a dynamic team to live and work together in Nordegg for the summer. This team’s job will be to help make Nordegg a destination of choice, by providing friendly service, accurate information and by beautifying the area. These positions suit individuals who are not afraid to interact with the public, live in a remote location or perform manual labour.
Heritage Interpreter - Four (4) Wage Positions
The Heritage Interpreters focus on the Brazeau Collieries Historic Coal Mine Site and the Nordegg Heritage Centre: Museum and Visitor Information Desk. Job activities include: conducting guided walking tours, providing visitors with information, and maintaining the museum and mine site. You will be as willing to weed whack and clean the facilities as to help the public.
Heritage Interpreter Qualifications:
•Post-Secondary student returning to full-time studies after the summer or just graduated;
•Pursuing an education in History, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Education, Liberal Arts, or a related field;
•Computer literate: with data entry skills and photographic skills;
•Physically able to conduct walking tours and perform heavy physical work;
•Ability to work in varying weather conditions
•Current First Aid and CPR;
•Valid Class 5 driver’s license, have your own transportation and provide current drivers abstract;
•Have, or are willing to attain, ATV training;
•Provide a clear vulnerable sector check before commencement;
•Confident working with the public;
•Comfortable living in a remote place;
•Be available to work weekends and holidays [40 hours per week]. Time off will be provided mid-week as per scheduling.
General Labourer/Maintenance Worker - Two (2) Wage Positions
This job entails a lot of variety: general maintenance and repairs; some carpentry work; operating hand and power tools; ensuring vehicles and equipment are operable; and operating ride-on mowers and possibly a skid steer. You could be using everything from a hammer to a chainsaw, and from touching up paint to general roof repairs. You are also comfortable talking to the public and would be willing to cover the Visitor Information Desk if need be.
Maintenance Worker Qualifications:
•Valid Class 5 driver’s license, have your own transportation and provide current drivers abstract;
•Ability to work in varying weather conditions;
•Ability to perform heavy physical work;
•Working knowledge of hand and power tools;
•Basic computer skills;
•Experience with construction, plumbing, or electrical are considered an asset;
•Have, or are willing to attain, ATV training;
•Current First Aid and CPR;
•Provide a clear vulnerable sector check before commencement;
•Comfortable living in a remote place;
•Be available to work weekends and holidays [40 hours per week].
In return for your hard work, you will be compensated with a competitive hourly wage, two consecutive days off/week and staff accommodations. You must be available to start working in early May to the beginning of September.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter (Microsoft Word or PDF format only), by noon on February 16, 2018 to hrapplications@clearwatercounty.ca
Camp Staff - Deadline - Mar 15/18 or until suitable candidates found
The Royal City Soccer Club (RCSC) is a non-profit, community organization started in 1993. For 26 years, we’ve hosted a unique soccer camp experience for over 200,000 boys and girls between ages 5 and 13 years. Our camp is now the largest grassroots soccer camp in Canada with over 100 locations in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Albert and British Columbia and Nova Scotia. The popularity of our camps is not only due to our program structure, but also because of the great staff we have. We will be looking to hire approximately 350 staff for July and August. Our camp operates Monday to Friday from July 3rd until August 31st, 2018 (excluding July 2 (Canada Day) and August 6 (Civic Holiday).

Counselor-in-Training (CIT) (Ontario/Alberta/Nova Scotia Only) ages 16 and 17 by July 3rd, 2018:
•work closely with Camp Counselors and Supervisor to implement camp activities and ensure a safe, fun environment for everyone
•help in planning and supervising campers during all aspects of camp (under the guidance and direction of Counselors and Supervisor)
•may be asked to supervise a group of campers similar to a Camp Counselor
Camp Counsellor ages 18 or older by July 3rd, 2018:
•supervising a group of 8-12 campers of a specific age range
•planning, organizing and teaching soccer skills and other games to campers
•ensuring a fun, safe environment for everyone
•set a good example for campers by being conscientious, supportive of policies and enthusiastic about camp
•build close relationships with each camper in your group and be aware of individual issues and needs
•participates in planning special events/activities for the group or whole camp
•assists supervisor and other staff in supervising and organizing activities for all campers including the afternoon daily swim. Staff must enter/supervise campers in the pool
•provide feedback to parents on a daily basis

Camp Supervisor ages 18 or older by July 3rd, 2018:
•manage a complete RCSC onsite location
•oversee operations of a camp from start to finish including programs/activities planned by Camp Counselors
•manage and motivate a team of Counselors, Counselors-in-Training (CIT) and volunteers
•plan, organize and teach soccer and other games to a group of campers
•ensure the safety and supervision of campers
•manage and problem solve entire camp site including campers, staff and volunteers
•communicate with Program Coordinator and Head Office staff regularly
*must have a vehicle for use in the summer
Regional Coordinator ages 18 or older by July 3rd, 2018:
•overseeing operations at 5-7 camp locations
•coordinate pre-season site walk through and season end equipment/supply return to head office
•taking on-site camp pictures
•ensure all staff adhere to RCSC policies and procedures including dress code
•resolve any problems that arise at camp (camper, staff, program or facility related)
•onsite staff fill-in as required
•office administration as needed

A Regional Coordinator will require a vehicle to transport equipment/supplies to and from the camp site and will receive a gas expense. A cell phone will either be provided or a cell expense issued to you if you prefer to use your own.
Qualifications of all camp staff:
•athletic and good soccer experience
•great with children (ages 5 to 13 years)
•good communication skills
•energetic and enthusiastic
•interest in teaching soccer to children
•motivational, creative
•problem solving skills

Hours: 8am – 4:30pm or 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday to Friday (staff may be required to work 8am-5:00pm based on number of staff)
Application: We strongly encourage you to apply as soon as possible as positions will be filled quickly by 1) Applying online at www.royalsoccer.com under the STAFF section OR 2) Sending your application form by fax/mail/email to;
Royal City Soccer Club
1251 Northside Rd
Burlington, ON L7M 1H7
Fax: 1-888-639-5957
Email: jobs@royalsoccer.com

Internship & Volunteer Positions - Deadline - Mar 30/18 or until suitable applicants found
Shambhala Music Festival is an annual event held at the pristine Salmo River Ranch, located in Salmo, BC. Our office headquarters are located in Nelson, BC. Approximately 15,000 guests, artists, and crew come every year to enjoy the festival’s amazing art, music and organic food supplied through the festival’s own venues. We are a unique festival in that we do not accept any corporate sponsorship, and we are a family-run operation. More information on our roots can be found here: https://shambhalamusicfestival.com/about/

We have internship opportunities available in various departments that can lead to paid positions during the festival, such as Human Resources, Entertainment/Marketing, and Finance/Business. So there is something for a variety of skill sets and interests!

We have a variety of paid and volunteer positions during the festival and leading up to it. More information on these positions can be found here: https://shambhalamusicfestival.com/crewjob-list/
Applications for these positions go live in early February.

Equipment Operator - Deadline - Mar 15/18 or until suitable applicant found
Equipment Operator I-Seasonal (2 positions available)
Term June 25, 2018-October 31, 2018
Thorhild County is seeking a suitable individual to carry out the following duties:
• Operate a 125-horsepower tractor with a 15-foot rotary cutter and sidearm unit to mow grass and weeds on municipal road allowances.
• Maintain all job-related equipment and assist with servicing and repairs.
• Keep detailed records of work and equipment maintenance.
• Assist in herbicide application or mechanical removal of weeds when weather restricts mowing activity.
• Operate light equipment (primary focus is road-side mowing operations).
• Maintain equipment as per Thorhild County’s Transportation and Safety Manual.
• Other duties deemed necessary.
Qualifications required:
• Ability to work effectively independently or as part of a team.
• Ability to communicate effectively and courteously with supervisor, coworkers and the public.
• Strong problem solving skills.
• Familiarity with the Alberta Township Survey System (ATS).
• Ability to maintain accurate records.
• Ability to identify noxious and prohibited noxious weeds.
• A minimum of Grade 12 education or equivalent.
• Standard First Aid.
• Physical ability to sit for long periods and to perform a variety of manual tasks (heavy lifting, squatting, bending, twisting and climbing. Work is performed with exposure to the outdoor elements.
• Possess a valid Class 5 driver’s license.
• Successful candidate will be required to provide a Criminal Records Check and Driver’s Abstract.
• Must participate in a Fitness to Hire Assessment.
This position is included within the scope of the County’s unionized setting (IUOE Local 955) and is based on an eight (8) hour work day. Current employees of Thorhild County fulfilling the requirements essential to this position shall be considered for this position.
Position will remain open until suitable candidate is hired.
Please forward resumes to:
Laurie Andrushchyshyn
Payroll & Personnel Manager
Thorhild County
Box 10
Thorhild, Alberta
T0A 3J0
or e-mail laurie.andrushchyshyn@thorhildcounty.com
We thank all applicants, however, only those individuals selected for interviews will be contacted
Historical Interpreters (summer) - Deadline - Mar 15/18 or until suitable applicants found
Historical Interpreters – Summer Positions
(Positions available in both Elk Point and Smoky Lake

Are you looking for a fun and challenging summer job where you can develop your skills, work in a team and meet people from all over Canada and the World?

Alberta’s Central and Northern Provincial Historic Sites are seeking to hire dynamic individuals for summer positions as Historical Interpreters.

The job:

•As a Historical Interpreter you will provide front line visitor services, as well as educational and public interpretative programming for visitors from all age groups, with an emphasis on children’s programming.
•Other related duties may include promotions and marketing of programs, collection and administration of fees and statistics, and daily program clean up.
•Working in a small team environment, you will have an opportunity to learn about and share with our visitors a fascinating part of our province’s history.
•This job will allow you to develop a wide variety of skills including: leadership, public speaking, customer service, marketing, event development and implementation, teaching techniques, and historical crafts and skills.
•You must be a team player and have an interest in historical interpretation.
•You must be creative, flexible, a quick learner, self-motivated and have the ability to undertake physical activities.
•You will need to hold a valid driver’s license, a standard first aid certificate, and undergo a criminal records check.

Applications can be made by contacting each site directly. For contact information, and more specific information on each job opportunity, please go to the individual Historic Site’s web address.

Father Lacombe Chapel: www.fatherlacombechapel.org
Fort George and Buckingham House: www.fortgeorgebuckinghamhouse.org
Historic Dunvegan: www.historicdunvegan.org
Stephansson House: www.stephanssonhouse.org
Victoria Settlement: www.victoriasettlement.org
Rutherford House: www.rutherfordhousehistoricsite.org

Duration:May 1 to September 3, 2018
Wage Range: $19.91 to 21.19/hr

Customer Support - Deadline - Mar 15/18
Multiple career opportunities in E-Commerce
Our client in the E-Commerce industry has an exciting opportunity for a career driven, service oriented person who is looking to join a growing team. The successful candidate will solve problems and help clients get on the right plan to thrive and grow their business. You will be front-line support and the only point of contact for merchants on a day-to-day basis. Through live chats, phone calls and emails you will empower entrepreneurs around the world. Although you will be working remotely from home, our client has invested in small teams, so you will have the personal connections and tools to thrive in your role. Teams of 10 people will work the same shifts. This way you really get to know the people you are working with. Being resourceful is a huge part of being successful in this role. The company will give you all the tools you need to own each interaction you have with the customers. This includes a MacBook Air, desktop monitor, keyboard, mouse and headset. If you are technically savvy, care about the details, have exceptional communication skills and the ability to work under pressure we would like to hear from you. Being in tech, things move fast and it is essential to stay on top of all the updates and innovations happening every single day. A background or interest in business, marketing, retail or sales is considered an asset. We have multiple positions in Alberta and BC and offer a referral bonus for any candidates that you refer and we successfully place! These positions offer a base salary, paid vacation, company computer and the opportunity to work for one of Canada’s top employers. 
(These are full-time salaried position - wage of $40,000 per annum plus 5K US dollars of stock options, benefits, 3 weeks’ vacation and 10 sick days)
If you are interested in learning more, please respond with the best number to reach you and kindly email your resume to:

Claire Richards
Managing Partner
Klopp Richards & Associates
512 23 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB, T2S 0J5
Direct 403.228.1393 ext 202
Fax 403.229.1392
Operations & Communications Lead - Deadline - Mar 15/18
We have two openings (one per position) for Canada Learning Code, available ASAP.
http://jobs.canadalearningcode.ca/job_posts/879 - Code Mobile Operations Lead
http://jobs.canadalearningcode.ca/job_posts/880 - Code Mobile Communications Lead
Greenhouse Operations Lead - Deadline - Mar 15/18
Westerose Greenhouse
Location: Located across from the Village at Pigeon Lake in Westerose. 15 minutes west of Hwy 2 on Hwy 13.

Hiring: Greenhouse Operations Lead

About Us: Westerose Greenhouse is a 12 000 sqft greenhouse located across from the Village of Pigeon Lake in Westerose. Famous for it’s begonias, loved for it’s atmosphere, we take pride in offering our customers a wide variety of Proven Winners, bedding plants, herbs, hanging baskets and planters. This family run operation has been in business for 25+ years. Last year the next generation opened for business and is looking for new team members to come on board for the upcoming season!

Role: As Greenhouse Operations Lead you’re main responsibility will be the watering and feeding of plants, climate settings, pest & disease management. Although your main responsibilities include taking care of plants, from time to time you will be required to offer customer service as well.

Responsibilities & Duties:
Watering Plants
Pest & disease detection/management
Ensuring proper growing conditions/climate
Prepare soil and flats for seedlings
Planting and transplanting of plants
Offer exceedingly excellent customer service when required

Work Conditions: Conditions within a greenhouse are quite hot. This position is physically demanding, requiring bending, kneeling and lifting up to 65 lbs. Watering is very repetitive work. Holding the watering wand at chest level for an extended period of time daily. The work load is large and challenging in different capacities, but to the right person, very rewarding as well.

Dates: April 23- July 22 (Flexible on start date and completion date)

Wage: $20/hr - 40hrs/week

Contact: Tasha Meuser

Heritage Interpreter (guides) and Historic Teacher/Interpreter - Deadline - Mar 15/18 or until suitable applicants found
Job #1 -- Heritage Interpreter (Guide)
East Coulee School Museum
East Coulee (Drumheller) AB

Join the team at the East Coulee School Museum for a fun and interesting summer! Enlighten tourists of the history and stories of the Coal Mining days of the Drumheller Valley! Use your unique personality to enrich each program. Interpreters also help in the gift shop and café, as well as some light housekeeping. Everyone at the museum helps in the café to feed the hungry tourists!!!
We need positive, enthusiastic individuals with great communication skill and a love of learning. If you are self-motivated and can do what needs to be done and do it – we are looking for you! We are looking for post-secondary students that are planning on returning to school in the fall. A background in history, museum studies, education, drama or tourism is an asset. A valid driver’s license is a must, as there is no public transportation. A car is an asset as we are located 15 minutes outside of Drumheller proper. A second language is an asset.
Job starts May 8 til Sept 3
Wages $16.50/hr (37.5 hrs/wk)
Note: museum is open 7 days/week so weekend shifts are a requirement
Number of positions – 3
Apply via email – ecsmuseum@gmail.com Attn: Barbara Steeves

Job requirements – combination of walking, sitting, and standing, good memory to communicate historic stories, have basic computer skills
See Recruitment video – You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?vPfXF-DqW6Eo
Job #2 – Historic Teacher/Heritage Interpreter
Join the team at the East Coulee School Museum for a fun and interesting summer! Enlighten tourists of the history and stories of the Coal Mining Days of the Drumheller Valley! Use your unique personality to enrich each program. Interpreters also help in the gift shop and café, as well as some light housekeeping. Everyone at the museum helps in the café to feed the hungry tourists!!!
The role of the Historic Teacher is played in character as a 1936 teacher from the coal mining era. The major role for the summer would be Interpreter, the Teacher role being employed with group bookings. The Interpreter can at times be played “In Character”!
We need positive, enthusiastic individuals with great communication skill and a love of learning. If you are self-motivated and can do what needs to be done and do it – we are looking for you! We are looking for post-secondary students that are planning on returning to school in the fall. A background in history, museum studies, education, drama or tourism is an asset. A valid driver’s license is a must, as there is no public transportation. A car is an asset as we are located 15 minutes outside of Drumheller proper. A second language is an asset.
Job starts May 8 til Sept 3
Wages $16.50/hr (37.5 hrs/wk)
Note:  museum is open 7 days/week so weekend shifts are a requirement
Number of positions – 1
Apply via email – ecsmuseum@gmail.com Attn: Barbara Steeves

Job requirements – combination of walking, sitting, and standing, good memory to communicate historic stories, have basic computer skills
See Recruitment video – You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?vPfXF-DqW6Eo
Estimator/Applications Engineer - Deadline - Mar 9/18
Estimator/Applications Engineer
Business Unit: Foremost Lloydminster
Location: Lloydminster, Alberta
Reporting to: Estimating Manager
Foremost has an immediate opening for a full-time Estimator/Application Engineer located in Lloydminster, Alberta. You will be responsible for working closely with Sales Representatives designing oil & gas processing equipment packages. The packages are presented as quotations that must be economically and technically viable.
Key Responsibilities:
- Ensure proposals are accurately developed and submitted on time, every time
- Interpret requirements of bids and projects to design systems to meet requirements
- Identify critical issues that may impact delivery and cost sensitive areas
- Collaborate with engineering, drafting, manufacturing, projects, sales, and purchasing during bid preparation and project execution
- Develop techniques to streamline and standardize the design process; solicit input from others; train others when required; provide on-going information and support
- Review and scope development for new RFQ’s
- Specify design and commercial exceptions/clarifications for proposals
- Identify similar quotes or projects for reference
- Establish buyout requirements, and obtain quotations from sub vendors
- Generate Instrument & Valve Lists and work with Drafting to create proposal level P&ID’s
- Determine material and fabrication requirements based on scope, layout, specification review and schedule
- Complete proposal level mechanical design for pressure vessels, skids, and tanks
- Develop cost summaries and exception lists
- Respond to field calls for startup assistance, performance assistance, etc.
- Other duties as assigned
- Engineering Technology Diploma
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and oral communication skills
- Experience in process package bidding an asset
- Field experience is a definite asset
- Willingness to learn
Submission Deadline:
- March 9, 2018
- We invite all interested parties to reply online at www.foremost.ca or reply in the strictest confidence to recruiter.hr@foremost.ca
Residential Side Loader Drivers - Deadline - Mar 15/18
Waste Management is now hiring in Edmonton, AB for Residential Side Loader Drivers.
Requisition #: 18000060
- must be at least 18 years of age
- Class 3 or higher licence with air brake endorsement
- 1 year of experience operating a vehicle requiring a Class 3 or higher within the last 7 years
Competitive Pay, Great Benefits!
Text waste to 51893
P 877.220.5627 for more information
Equal Opportunity Employer:  Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
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Agribusiness Class of 2006

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Vice President, Environmental Services, Vertex.

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Business studies, Class of 2016.

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2nd year UT student, 2017-18

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Animal Health Technology, Class of 2016.

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Animal Science & Agribusiness, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
Lakeland College was a learning environment unlike any other school. It allows students to learn beyond the classroom, and staff and faculty genuinely want to see students succeed. It’s a place where you can feel comfortable asking questions and where everyone has a place and fits in.

– Carson Reid

Agribusiness, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
The instructors were the highlight of my time at Lakeland. It made a huge impact on my college experience to have instructors who challenged, encouraged, and believed in me.

– Jessica Cadrain

Child & Youth Care, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
At the beginning of my first year, I was really stressed out as I felt I had no artistic ability. But with the instruction and time put in by the interior design faculty, I was able to develop my artistic abilities. Now I am fully confident in and exceeding well in the artistic side of this career!

– Naomi Mason

Interior Design Technology, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
I just feel like you get the best education at Lakeland, especially from the time that the instructors can actually spend with you. I like the class sizes too – everything’s been great about my Lakeland experience.

– Dean Coulson

Heavy Equipment Technician, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
I do give Lakeland College credit for reigniting my interest and even preparing me for Miss Rodeo Canada. Lakeland helped me to grow enough to have the confidence to think I could take on that role and become that person. I think that I have and I am really grateful for that

– Ali Mullin

Agribusiness, class of 2014, former Miss Rodeo Canada.

What Alumni Say
I feel the professors at Lakeland actually prepared me for the profession. It’s impossible to be just a number here when there are 12 students in all of your classes. When the school advertised small class sizes, they actually meant it.

– Stephen Mark Visser

Real Estate Appraisal and Assessment, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
I was involved in the president’s gala in April where I was an emcee for the evening, it was a great experience, and I had a lot of fun doing it and would recommend it to everyone.”

– Lucas Tetreault

HOPE Power Engineering, Class of 2017.

What Alumni Say
I would recommend Lakeland College for the simple fact that it's for everybody. As a mature student who went back to school much later than his 18th year, I was immediately accepted, and not ostracized in the least

– Donald James Shaw

Accounting Major, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
All the hands-on learning was great and very helpful once placed into the industry. Having clients leave with a smile after each service assured me that I was in the right field of work. I would recommend Lakeland to anyone.

– Courtnee Coolidge

Esthetician, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
The professors care so much about their students at Lakeland and are able to know each and every one of them by name, so much so that they are able to nominate a ton of students for awards.

– Stephanie Wakefeild

University Transfer, Class of 2016.

What Alumni Say
They really put you in the lead at Lakeland. Lakeland cares about its students, empowers them, and gives them opportunities to achieve their goals. I don’t see Lakeland as a stepping stone or a first step – I see it as a bridge and an integral part of my education.

– Alyssa Wells

University Transfer, Class of 2017.

What Alumni Say
I wanted to get experience in the field of assessment as it would give me exposure to what it’s like day to day. It was an invaluable experience as I find it hard to imagine what it would be like working in a particular field or area until I’m doing the work.

– Sheldon Farrell

Real estate appraisal and assessment, Class of 2017.

What Alumni Say
In the campus spa, they give you time to work with each client so nothing is rushed and you’re able to concentrate on providing the best service you can to your client.

– Daphney Couturier

Esthetician, Class of 2017.

What Alumni Say
It’s going to be a lot easier to start our first jobs having this experience and having been able to build our confidence in the campus spa. I love that we get to have this opportunity.

– Darby Watchel

Esthetician, Class of 2017.