Deadline Date: Friday, April 30, 2021
Consider Your Next Career with the Ministry of the Solicitor General, Ontario Public Service!
The Ontario Public Service is one of the largest employers in the province, with a wide range of exciting career opportunities. We believe in the core values of trust, fairness, diversity, excellence, creativity, collaboration, efficiency and responsiveness. We invite you to join our teams!
Thunder Bay is a modern community that offers high quality amenities and a diversified economy. With a lower cost of living and an average commute time of 10 minutes, this is the place to consider your next nursing career.
We are seeking caring and compassionate Registered Nurses to join our health care teams at the Thunder Bay Jail and Thunder Bay Correctional Centre. As a Registered Nurse, you will use your knowledge and skills to provide patient-centered nursing care to offenders.
This posting is for 3 irregularly scheduled/casual positions at the Thunder Bay Correctional Centre, and 3 irregularly scheduled/casual positions at the Thunder Bay Jail. The starting hourly rate is $34.86 per hour.
Please note this is a continuous posting ad. The recruitment and selection processes will begin after April 19, 2021. This posting may be extended and available until the position is filled. Please submit your application once only.
The Trades Helper is accountable for providing additional support services based on the needs to the Area Maintenance Supervisor, Leader, or Trades People in a safe, productive, and cost-effective manner. The Trades Helper will work as part of the Labour Services Agreement between Pic River Development Corporation and Barrick Hemlo.
12 Hour shifts, days only
7 days on, 7 days off
Deadline Date: April 23/21
The Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin Worker’s primary responsibility is to ensure that violence against Indigenous women is addressed by implementing the Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin “I am a Kind Man” Program in order to reduce family violence, promote healthy equitable relationships, culture based programming and healing. Confidential client services, education and support to individuals, and promotion of healthy lifestyles and healthy relationship choices are part of the service deliverables.
Deadline Date: April 23, 2021
If you are a responsible and motivated individual with experience in cleaning and grounds maintenance, please consider this exciting opportunity to join the Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park team.. Beautiful Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park gets its name from the 40 metre high Kakabeka Falls within the park limits. The falls are the second highest waterfall in Ontario with year round access for viewing. The park allows for excellent views of the falls and gorge from the boardwalk that wraps around the top of the falls. The Kaministiquia River which feeds the falls is cut deep into the rocks to reveal 1.6 million year old fossils at the bottom of the falls. The paths leading to the falls are also part of the historic route of that the Voyageurs took. The park surrounds the endangered Lake Sturgeon spawn at the base of the falls. In the park you can walk the abundant nature trails in summer and you can enjoy the groomed cross-country ski trails. Come visit Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park.
Deadline Date: April 23, 2021
The Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Youth Coordinator will provide outreach/preventative services to youth in order to promote healthy lifestyles; through culture based programming and healing with support, tools and healthy activities which would build upon and foster their inherent ability to make healthy choices.
Deadline Date: When position is filled
The Breaking Free from Family Violence Training Coordinator will develop and implement the training program for the program’s Family Support Workers. The Breaking Free from Family Violence Program (BFFV) supports Indigenous women in a culturally rooted, holistic way, to assist women in navigating through the complex systems encountered when experiencing violence and involvement in child welfare matters. The coordinator will develop and collect training and resource materials, including best practices, as well as, communication materials to support the Family Support Workers in their roles in advocating for Indigenous Women and their families.
The Breaking Free from Family Violence Programs works closely with Indigenous women and their families utilizing a strengths-based, trauma-informed approach and provides a wrap-around circle of care that responds to their needs. The focus of the program is on prevention and early intervention; however, the program also provides crisis management and stabilization as well as ongoing aftercare in order to support families in staying together. The program also provides skills transfer, knowledge exchange, tools, and resources development in order to support Indigenous women to prevent child apprehensions and promote family unity. The program also provides culturally rooted and trauma-informed safe spaces, creating an environment where women feel safe to build upon and share their bundles and to pick up their leadership roles in their families and communities.
Deadline Date: When position if filled
Reporting to the Field Supervisor, the Shuttle Operator provides support in the field with a shuttle vehicle. The vehicle will transport mats on site from the unloading area to the installation area. Operators work closely with other Operators and Drivers to ensure that all work is completed safely and efficiently while adhering to company as well as client policies and procedures at all times. Shuttle vehicle is either a tracked carrier or off road 6x6 shuttle truck with float tires.
Deadline Date: Until position is filled
Deadline Date: April 27 2021
The Youth Intensive Treatment Counsellor will ensure the current developmental and treatment needs of children/youth in his/her care in a twenty-four hour child and youth mental wellness care setting. The Youth Intensive Treatment Counsellor will actively provide daily therapeutic opportunities for program youth.