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Summary
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Outreach Services Worker provides mobile response and practical support to women and their children who have experienced violence and abuse. This position initiates safety planning, problem solving and referrals.
The women’s outreach worker provides individual and group support to women and their children who have experienced violence, abuse or threats, or at risk of same. Provides advocacy and accompaniment through the legal, social services, income assistance, housing and medical systems. Initiates referrals and liaises with community agencies as required by each client’s case and where indicated. Provides follow up for women who have experienced violence, and who are or have been residents of the SAFE Shelter.

Work may be conducted outside normal office hours, including evenings and weekends, and could involve travel to outlying, remote communities in the Mount Waddington Regional District and Central Coast.

Terms of Employment
21 hours per week
Salary – Range: $32.00/hour

* This position may be combined with another part time position in our agency if available.
Qualifications & Experience
Preferred Qualifications
Diploma or bachelor’s degree in a community support field. A combination of education and experience will be considered.
Specific training related to providing services to women who have experienced violence
2 years experience in a similar working environment
Drivers Licence, reliable vehicle, Client transportation will be required.
Clean criminal record check; First Aid & Crisis Prevention Intervention training will be required, & can be provided.

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$32-38
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What does the Program Coordinator do?
Reporting to and working closely with the Program Manager, the Program Coordinator supports the effective execution of Division programs and the associated deliverables to achieve the outcomes identified in our Strategic Plan. They develop and deliver a suite of programs, including those that focus on physician wellness, physician recruitment and integration, clinical supports, patient attachment and long-term care.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
• Support member and stakeholder engagement activities to strengthen relationships between the Division, its members (physicians), project partners, and other internal/external stakeholders.
• Coordinate the effective implementation of a variety of projects and initiatives that support our members, including the development and delivery of project proposals, work plans, funding reports and annual reports.
• Monitor program status and recommend modifications to plans.
• Organize and facilitate meetings; work with stakeholders on agenda setting, prepare and distribute meeting materials, identify, track, and follow up on action items.
• Communicate progress to the project team, senior leaders, Division members, and/or funding partners.
• Collaborate with evaluators to implement evaluation and quality improvement initiatives.
• Perform other duties as requested/required.

In addition, as a member of the Division team the Project Coordinator will:
• Participate in ongoing learning opportunities for Cultural Safety and Humility and other job-specific topics as approved by the Executive Director.
• Support other team members in the performance of their roles.

About the Position:
• This role is 0.8 FTE/30 hours a week with potential to move to full time, contingent on project opportunities and funding.
• Regular working hours with occasional meetings on weekends and outside regular hours.
• Hybrid/Flexible work environment.
• Salary range of $32.00 - $38.00/hr based on the candidate's skills, qualifications and experience.
• A comprehensive health and wellness benefits package.

Who is the Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice (CRDDFP)?
The CRDDFP is a non-profit society that represents over 75 family physicians and works with other providers and partners in Campbell River and district that includes the areas of Cortes and Quadra Island, Gold River/Tahsis and Sayward. The Division provides opportunities for physicians to work collaboratively with Island Health, ommunity partners, the Family Practice Services Committee (FPSC) and the Ministry of Health to identify health care needs, and to develop solutions to meet those needs.

The Division is committed to ensuring that their programs consider the calls to action by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and the In Plain Sight report. The area that the Division covers includes the Coast Salish, Nuu-chah-Nulth and Kwakwaka’wakw family groups and the Métis of the North Island. For more information: Campbell River & District | Divisions of Family Practice (divisionsbc.ca)
Qualifications & Experience
• University degree in a relevant discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Minimum 2 years’ experience leading and/or coordinating projects.
• Knowledge of BC healthcare delivery systems, previous experience working in a healthcare setting and with physicians is an asset.
• Ability to attend occasional evening or weekend meetings.
• Ability to travel to meetings and physician medical practices in the community as well as out of town conferences.

Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills with proven diplomacy; ability to liaise with physicians and stakeholders professionally and courteously.
• Ability to handle multiple projects, work effectively under time pressure to meet deadlines, balance work priorities, and resolve issues promptly.
• Attention to detail, accuracy, and thoroughness when maintaining and summarizing information, data, and records.
• High computer literacy with strong working knowledge of standard software, particularly the MS Office suite: Excel, Word, Outlook, Access, SharePoint, One Drive, PowerPoint, and virtual communication platforms such as Zoom.
• Initiative, critical thinking, and creative problem-solving abilities.
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Aerotherm Solutions Ltd. is a leading provider in the HVAC sector on northern Vancouver Island. With a strong presence in Campbell River, we specialize in designing, installing, maintaining, and repairing systems that control indoor environments such as temperature, humidity, and air quality. This includes: heating systems, ventilation systems, air conditioning systems and indoor air quality.

Key Responsibilities:
• Fabricate and assemble sheet metal products according to specifications.
• Install and repair various sheet metal components such as ducts, hoods, and HVAC systems.
• Interpret blueprints, measurements, and technical drawings accurately.
• Utilize hand and power tools to cut, bend, and shape sheet metal.
• Ensure compliance with safety standards and regulations at all times.
• Collaborate effectively with team members and contractors on-site.

Join our team at Aerotherm Solutions and contribute to our continued success in delivering quality sheet metal solutions across Northern Vancouver Island. We look forward to hearing from you!
Qualifications & Experience
Requirements:
• Proven experience as a Sheet Metal Technician or similar role.
• Proficient in reading and interpreting blueprints and technical drawings.
• Strong knowledge of sheet metal fabrication techniques and equipment.
• Ability to use hand and power tools effectively and safely.
• Excellent problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
• Physical stamina and strength to perform tasks such as lifting heavy materials.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Trade certification or diploma in Sheet Metal Fabrication or a related field.
• Experience in HVAC systems installation and maintenance.
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$30 - $35 DOE
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We’re looking to add an HD Parts person to our growing team, someone who thrives on providing superior customer service, is a great problem solver sourcing out parts and dealing with suppliers, and enjoys being part of a hard-working successful team.

As an HD Parts person, you play an integral role in selling parts which includes determining parts requirements with customers and technicians, selling parts, expediting and providing order processing services. This position reports to the Parts Manager.

• Sourcing and sales of all parts and accessories to existing and prospective customers through exceptional service
• Assist technicians/external customers with parts requirements/inquiries
• Generating quotes and completing orders promptly and accurately for internal/external customers
• Telephone sales – inbound/outbound
• Build strong business relationships with customers and suppliers
• Shipping/receiving/warehousing, processing all related documents ensuring shipments are complete and accurate
• Willing to go above and beyond for the customer
• Process parts returns
Qualifications & Experience
• Minimum 5 years experience with heavy duty equipment or truck parts counter sales with a high degree of product knowledge. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered
• Strong oral/written/online communication skills
• Detail oriented and able to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment
• Solid organizational, interpersonal and time management skills
• Ability to work independently under minimal supervision
• Valid driver’s license
• Warehouse/Shipping/Receiving experience
• Willing to work flexible hours and perform other miscellaneous duties in support of business needs
• Strong computer skills using in-house and online software including Microsoft Office, with a willingness to learn new supplier and in-house software
• Strong Health, Safety and Environmental skills
• Impeccable punctuality and attendance
• Certified to operate forklifts or other warehouse machinery would be an asset
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$30.89/hr
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Campbell River North Island Transition Society is a fast-growing agency. Are you passionate about helping women and children experiencing abuse or in recovery? If you’re looking for an exciting career in a fun organization with the potential to grow where you are also helping women, this is the perfect career for you.

This is a union site with the wage being $26.74 per hour plus 12.2% ($30.89 per hour)

Successful applicant will work as part of a team providing counselling, support and crisis intervention.

Excellent communication and crisis management skills. Strong knowledge of violence against women, mental health, and substance misuse.

Job Types: Part-time, Casual

Schedule:
- 12 hour shift
- 8 hour shift
- Day shift
- Holidays
- Monday to Friday
- Night shift
- On call
- Weekend availability

COVID-19 considerations: All staff must be fully vaccinated to comply with public health order.
Qualifications & Experience
Human Service Worker Diploma or equivalent or Equivalent training and experience
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$32.33 to $32.98 per hr
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Creative Employment Access Society in partnership with John Howard Society North Island is pleased to offer the Foundry Works and Employment Program for youth.

We are hiring a Youth Employment Specialist

For details on duties, qualifications and how to apply visit: https://ceas.ca/job-posting-youth-employment-specialist/
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*Accommodations provided
*Based in the Port McNeill area
*Union wages
Qualifications & Experience
*Previous chasing experience an asset
*Must be able to operate a chain saw
*Must be in excellent physical shape
*Must be able to lift/pack up to 90lbs
*Must have a valid drivers license
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*Accommodations provided
*Union Wages
Qualifications & Experience
*Must have experience in BC Coastal Wood
*Must have experience in working beside Log Loaders and Grapple Yarders- in landing
*Must have valid drivers license
*First Aid Ticket an asset
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$30-35
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Main Responsibilities:
Lead a small kitchen/ housekeeping team (currently 6 staff and may slightly grow over time)
Maintain consistency of operation and quality of service delivery by the team
Leading team meetings, birthday celebrations and occasional team bonding activities, performance reviews
Prepare plated vegan meals for a group of up to 25-30 guests, following the current menu (will train our recipes)
Our Location: 4384 South Island Hwy Campbell River V9H 1E8
Qualifications & Experience
Skills Required:
Previous experience in leading a team of min 10 people
Ability to independently prepare plated meals for a group of up to 30 people
Experience with meal customization to individual dietary needs (ex., diabetic, allergies, oxalate diet, nightshade-free diet etc.)
Great knife skills, high efficiency and experience in a commercial kitchen
Fine dining prep experience would be an asset
Some computer skills
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59,622-107,047/yr DOE
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Wagalus Elementary School, Kwakiutl Band is seeking a full-time innovative, creative and dynamic KINDERGARTEN/GRADE 1 TEACHER who wants to make a positive difference for our students. The position is for one year term which may be extended. A maximum of 16 students with support of an Educational Assistant.
Wagalus School is a vibrant elementary school serves preschool to Grade 7 with approximately 40 students located in the Fort Rupert Village on the northern coast of beautiful Vancouver Island. The school provides quality and relevant educational programs and services that weaves Kwak’wala and Kwakiutl culture throughout the curriculum. Staff collaborate to meet the individual needs of our students while preparing them to be successful in the 21st Century. The front of the school features a traditional big house that is the “heart of the school” which welcomes students, staff and visitors to our learning environment. Kwakiutl Band provides a competitive salary, pension and a health and benefits program.
Qualifications & Experience
EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor Education Degree (elementary)
BC Teacher Certification
Primary teaching Experience – minimum of 3 years, preferably in a First Nations School
In-depth knowledge of the new BC Ed curriculum, and other educational programs
Innovative, creative, team player and resourceful
Strong organizational and planning skills to accommodate multi-grades and diverse needs
Experience working with First Nation children
Knowledge of literacy and numeracy programs and best practices
Knowledge of DIBELS, FSA and CAT4 testing for analysis and implementation school-wide
Knowledge and experience in using of the DRUMS reporting system for BCTEA and Reciprocal Tuition,
including TRAX for data transfer/submission to the Ministry of Education, an asset
Clear Criminal Record Check for working with vulnerable populations.