Local Health Unit Releases Additional, Mandatory Measures

Today, the Public Health Sudbury and Districts released additional, mandatory measures for Greater Sudbury. These time-limited measures come into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, for Greater Sudbury only. The Letter of Instruction issued today will require for Greater Sudbury: Reinstatement of capacity limits and physical distancing requirements at premises that require proof of…

Tutor

Tutor Doctor Sudbury

Join the Tutor Doctor Team Today!

Being a Tutor Doctor® tutor is more than just part time work. When you join our family, you are connecting with something bigger. We are committed to making a difference in the lives of every person we help with their education, academics, and our tutors share that same passion. We are looking for passionate, driven, knowledgeable people to partner with us and put our students on the road to success.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic, reliable tutors to travel to students’ homes in your neighbourhood and online for one-on-one tutoring which involves clarifying and teaching English, French, Math & Science. Tutors will also be assessing the student’s knowledge and skills on an ongoing basis.

We are looking for tutors who care about our students’ progress and who can teach them to have a positive relationship with learning.

Why choose to work for Tutor Doctor?

We match you to the appropriate student. We have pre-screened the student and family to ensure:
you are sent to a safe environment,
you are working in the appropriate subject and skill level,
there is personality compatibility
you are tutoring in your chosen area
We provide some educational resources and ongoing support
Contract work with flexible part-time evening and weekend hours
Work with an award-winning team that cares about our tutors and student progress

Location:

Sudbury, ON

Qualifications: (some or all)

University/College students, graduates or postgraduates etc.
Previous tutor or teaching experience
Certified or retired teachers, student teachers, educational assistants etc.
Must have reliable transportation to tutoring sessions
Must pass criminal background/vulnerable sector check

Personal Skills:

Strong communication & organization
Time-management, Punctuality
Creativity
Problem solving
Love of learning and helping others

Position is contract and part-time . Compensation: $ 20/hour

Please contact us to discuss if this rewarding career is for you!

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Salary: $20.00 per hour

Event and Partnership Coordinator

Science North

Do you have a passion for planning the most spectacular events? Are you a champion for your community who enjoys networking and fostering relationships? Is logistics management where you shine brightest? This is your opportunity to bring The Great Northern Ontario Roadshow to your community!

The Great Northern Ontario Roadshow will help re-energize tourism, communities and local economies across the North! Through this project, Science North will showcase the incredible cultural, arts, heritage, culinary and recreational tourism opportunities that exist in Northern Ontario, encouraging a resurgence in “home grown” tourism and leading to economic recovery across the region. As we continue to develop our reach throughout Northern Ontario, we have an exciting opportunity for you! We are currently recruiting for Event and Partnership Coordinators to work out of North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, and Timmins. The Event and Partnership coordinator will act as a liaison between Science North and our partner organizations in various communities across Northern Ontario. As part of a larger team, they will work to coordinate and support the delivery of a community festival (showcase event), act as a champion for the community and for tourist & partner attractions.

Position highlights:

Plan and implement roadshow showcase events with community stakeholders
Lead and facilitate event planning meetings and coordinate event logistics with community stakeholder committees
Champion and advocate for regional tourism and partner attractions
Help build and maintain strong working relationships with partner organizations & stakeholders
Deliver program experiences to increase attendance and support partner attractions (eg. small museums, and science or discovery centres) in their initiatives
Provide feedback and periodic reports to stakeholders

Qualifications:

Proven experience as an event planner or coordinator.
Demonstrated ability to;
effectively facilitate group meetings and collaborations
manage multiple projects independently
effectively maintain professional relationships
Excellent time management skills and superior aptitude for problem solving
Strong communication and presentation skills
Fluency in French would be considered an asset

This position will require travel (within Ontario), evening and weekend work. A valid G class driver’s license reflecting a 3-year safe driving record is required. This is a full-time, contract opportunity to October 2022 at $25.99 per hour.

An early application represents your best opportunity for consideration. Science North is committed to an inclusive workplace and invites applications from all qualified individuals to join our diverse team. Accommodations are available upon request in all aspects of Science North’s selection process. We thank all interested candidates; only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Marketing and Communications Intern

Canadian Mental Health Association-Sudbury/Manitoulin

WHY JOIN CMHA-S/M?!
As a nation-wide organization, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.

All Staff are Eligible for:

• Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP)
• Employee & Family Assistance Program
• Paid Holiday Float Day
• Professional Development Opportunities

Full-Time Permanent Staff Receive:
• Paid Sick Days
• Paid Personal Days
• 3 Weeks Vacation (to start)
• Benefit Package

CMHA-S/M JOB POSTING – 21-047

Marketing and Communications Intern

Department: Quality & Strategic Engagement
Employment Status: Full-Time, Permanent, Contract (one (1) year)
Hours per Week: 35 hours per week
Work Location: Hybrid options to work from home/office (Sudbury, Ontario)
Union Membership: This position is a non-unionized position
Posting Deadline: November 18, 2021 at Noon

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reporting to the Manager, Quality & Strategic Engagement, the Marketing and Communications Intern will work with our team to assist with the planning, implementation and evaluation of the Agency’s marketing and communications activities, including but not limited to:
• Social Media/Communications/Marketing
• Fundraising
• Grant Applications
• Administrative duties

For the complete job description visit our website: https://sm.cmha.ca/get-involved/careers/
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Post-secondary degree or diploma in business, marketing, communications, graphic design, or another related field of study
• The successful candidate will have graduated within the last three years and the position will be a first full-time employment in the candidate’s field of study
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Creative and hardworking individual
• Excellent writing and communication skills
• Knowledge of Social Media Platforms, Hootsuite, Constant Contact, Office 365 (including Visio), Canva, Wordpress CMS and PhotoKey 8 Pro (preferred)
• Fluency in English is essential. Fluency in French is an asset.
o Priority will be given to candidates who are bilingual in French and English as per our French Language Service Plan. Proficiency in both official languages is essential for 40% of the positions.

Salary information: $20.67 per hour

HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your cover letter and resume to: recruitment@cmha-sm.on.ca

CMHA-S/M is an equal opportunity employer. CMHA-S/M follows AODA legislation and supports persons with disabilities with accommodations. Please notify us if you have any accessibility requirements.

Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of determining suitability for this/these positions only.

All applicants are thanked for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We do not make assumptions about people’s pronouns and identity and are committed to creating an environment where it is safe to share and ask.

Sales Associate

Adoro Olive Oils & Vinegars

Roles & Responsibilities
Our ideal candidate will have a warm and welcoming personality with superior customer service skills and a passion for high quality great tasting food.
Responsibilities include:
– Create a unique and personal shopping experience
– Provide exceptional customer service ensuring customers are top priority
– Acknowledge customers in a friendly and helpful manner
– Assist customers with tasting and purchases
– Suggest pairings to compliment customer selections
– Opening & closing store
– Manage cash and point of sale system
– Maintain inventory and restock bottles and product
– Create and assemble a variety of gift options and custom packaging
– Create store & window displays
– General cleaning and maintenance of tasting room
– Enjoy meeting and interacting with customers
– Other duties as assigned
Qualification:
– Retail experience an asset
– Knowledge of social media an asset
– Able to lift 30-40 lbs above waist level
– Hardworking
– Reliable & trustworthy
– Ability to work independently or in a team environment
– Comfortable using computer and POS system
– French language skills an asset

Please submit resume in-store anytime or by email to jodie@adorooils.ca

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce to host “Energy Optimization in the Workplace” Chamber U Workshop with Med-I-Well

GREATER SUDBURY, November 2, 2021 – Feeling drained? Exhausted? Learn how to use easy and simple strategies to boost your energy levels and enhance your health, quality of life, and overall well-being. Join the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce online via Zoom on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM as it hosts a…

Caissier(ère)

Desjardins

Description d’emploi

Desjardins valorise la diversité et l’équité en emploi et s’engage à répondre aux besoins des personnes handicapées en adaptant, au besoin, son processus de recrutement.

Niveau d’emploi

NV-02
La personne titulaire dessert les membres et clients souhaitant être accompagnés dans leurs transactions monétaires et de convenance. Elle les conseille et les accompagne dans le choix et l’utilisation des solutions d’automatisation. Elle transmet aux membres et clients de l’information de nature générale sur l’offre de service Desjardins.

Responsabilités principales

Réaliser des transactions monétaires et de convenance (ex. : dépôts, retraits, cartes d’accès Desjardins, paiement et gestion de factures, informations et changements aux comptes, commandes de chèques personnalisés, forfaits, dépôts et retraits directs, chèques visés, traites et mandats, virements automatiques, relevés de compte). Procéder à la vérification et à l’enregistrement des pièces justificatives correspondant aux transactions. Au besoin, réaliser le traitement des enveloppes de dépôts à toute heure et des guichets automatiques.

Conseiller et accompagner les membres dans le choix et l’utilisation optimale des différents outils mis à leur disposition favorisant leur autonomie et l’automatisation (ex. : Guichet automatique, AccèsD Internet et téléphone, Services mobiles Desjardins, Desjardins.com ainsi que les canaux complémentaires, tels le Centre de services aux étudiants et Desjardins Bank).

Être à l’écoute des besoins des membres et clients afin d’assurer leur entière satisfaction, de saisir les opportunités de vente et, au besoin, les référer vers les personnes aptes à répondre à leurs attentes.

Contribuer au développement des ventes en participant à diverses activités de sollicitation et de référencement.

S’assurer que les activités réalisées soient conformes, dans le respect des délais et des standards de qualité prescrits.

S’assurer de la sécurité des transactions et des opérations, en respectant les politiques, les pratiques et les normes en vigueur.

Conditions particulières

Profil recherché

Diplôme d’études secondaires

Un minimum d’une année d’expérience pertinente

Veuillez noter que d’autres combinaisons de formation et d’expérience pertinentes pourraient être considérées

Pour les postes vacants disponibles en Ontario, veuillez noter que la connaissance du français est nécessaire

Connaissances spécifiques

Fortes habiletés de communication en français et en anglais, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit

Connaissance de l’ensemble des produits et services Desjardins relatifs au courant et à la convenance

Connaissance de l’ensemble des produits et services Desjardins destinés aux membres de la Caisse et de ceux offerts par les centres Desjardins Entreprises, les composantes, les réseaux/canaux de distribution et ceux de la concurrence

Connaissance de l’intégration des données dans les systèmes

Connaissance des mesures de sécurité, de l’encadrement légal et du contrôle interne

Connaissance de la philosophie et du fonctionnement d’une coopérative de services financiers

Connaissance des procédures opérationnelles relatives aux produits et services de convenance et aux transactions automatisées et assistées

Connaissance des standards de service

Compétences transversales Desjardins

Apprécier les différences, Apprendre avec agilité, Être orienté client, Être orienté vers l’action
Compétences clés au profil recherché

Communiquer de manière efficace, Maîtriser les relations interpersonnelles

Conseiller( ère) – Finances Personnelles

Desjardins

Description d’emploi
Desjardins valorise la diversité et l’équité en emploi et s’engage à répondre aux besoins des personnes handicapées en adaptant, au besoin, son processus de recrutement.

Niveau d’emploi

NV-07
À titre de conseiller en finances personnelles, vous êtes responsable de développer et de maintenir une relation d’affaires durable et empreinte de confiance avec les membres et clients dans le but d’assurer leur satisfaction.

Votre rôle consiste à être à l’écoute des besoins des membres et clients, à leur offrir des conseils adaptés à leur situation financière et à les accompagner dans le choix de solutions appropriées leur permettant d’atteindre leurs objectifs financiers. Vous prenez en charge les besoins de financement de la clientèle aisée, composée de membres particuliers et d’entreprises. La maîtrise des relations interpersonnelles constitue donc une compétence essentielle.

Vous proposez des offres liées au financement et à la protection, en mettant à profit votre aptitude à viser les résultats. Vous agissez à titre d’expert et de personne-ressource en financement. Vous assurez la transversalité du financement et procédez à l’autorisation du crédit selon les règles établies. Votre expertise vous permet d’assurer la cohérence entre la satisfaction des membres et clients, les objectifs d’affaires, la gestion saine et prudente des risques et la rentabilité.

Vous entretenez des collaborations avec divers partenaires et experts en vue de proposer des stratégies intégrées en réponse aux besoins des membres et clients.

Responsabilités principales

Conseiller les membres et clients sur les meilleures stratégies et déterminer avec eux les résultats visés

Agir à titre de responsable de la relation d’affaires, évaluer la satisfaction des membres et clients et la qualité du service, assurer les suivis et recommander les améliorations requises

Demeurer à l’affût de l’actualité financière, des tendances du marché et des meilleures pratiques ayant cours dans votre champ d’activité

Réaliser différentes activités de représentation et participer à la présence de la caisse dans le milieu

Conditions particulières

Déplacements : 5%

Profil recherché

Baccalauréat dans une discipline appropriée

Un minimum d’une année d’expérience pertinente

Veuillez noter que d’autres combinaisons de formation et d’expérience pertinentes pourraient être considérées

Détenir le permis REC de la Commission des valeurs mobilières de l’Ontario

Détenir un Certificat de représentant en épargne collective (permis)

Pour les postes vacants disponibles en Ontario, veuillez noter que la connaissance du français est nécessaire

Connaissances spécifiques

Connaissance de l’actualité financière, économique, politique et législative

Connaissance spécialisée en matière fiscale, financière et successorale pour les membres particuliers et entreprises

Connaissance de l’ensemble des produits et services destinés aux membres de la Caisse et de ceux offerts par les centres Desjardins Entreprises, les composantes ainsi que les réseaux de distribution de Desjardins et ceux de la concurrence

Connaissance en gestion de la dette

Connaissance et notions sur la conformité aux lois sur la distribution des produits et services financiers

Connaissance de la philosophie et fonctionnement d’une coopérative de services financiers

Connaissance des politiques, législations et normes relatives aux produits et services offerts par la Caisse

Connaissance du processus d’affaires Desjardins et des standards de service

Fortes habiletés de communication en français et en anglais, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit

Compétences transversales Desjardins

Apprécier les différences, Apprendre avec agilité, Être orienté client, Être orienté vers l’action
Compétences clés au profil recherché

Être orienté vers l’action

Municipal Engineer

J.L. Richards & Associates Limited

Pop quiz:

Are you passionate about developing sustainable designs for municipal infrastructure?

Does creating high quality custom solutions for clients excite you?

Are you a resourceful, clever, and enthusiastic civil engineer with at least 8 years of experience in municipal infrastructure, including transportation, water and sewer design?

Have you ever considered leading your own practice, but were worried that the amount of time and resources needed would be overwhelming?
If you scored 4 for 4, JLR has a home for you! We’ve opened a role in our offices for talented, entrepreneurial candidates to work alongside the exceptional people in JLR’s municipal group. You’ll be supported by a Platinum Standard Canadian Best Managed, 100% employee-owned firm that has a long-established reputation for quality services in the municipal sector, while you take on existing clients, develop new relationships and deliver world-class, sustainable solutions for infrastructure assets. Our work spans the gamut from concept development to final commissioning of constructed works and includes master servicing studies, transportation planning and geometric design, sewer and watermain systems analysis and design, stormwater management, trenchless solutions, tender preparation, and construction administration.

JLR is a creative, tight-knit, and mentorship-focused community with unique opportunities for driven people with tenacity and spirit. Our organization is made up of diverse employee-owners with specialized expertise in a wide range of disciplines. Joining the JLR team means being part of a dynamic group of innovative engineering, architecture, planning, and energy systems professionals and support staff. You will have the opportunity to help establish new clients and partner with existing ones to develop insightful solutions and see projects through from inception to completion.

If you are innovative and collaborative, a solid mentor, thrive when presented with new challenges, and are eager to take your career in new directions, then JLR is the right environment for you.

Your Role

Choose your own adventure! Let’s talk about how your skills, experience, goals, and passions can find a home at JLR. Your role will include:

Working with an established, multi-disciplinary, integrated technical team of engineers, technologists, and support staff to develop solutions for municipal infrastructure, carry out studies, and provide services during construction;

Guiding, mentoring, and leading junior and intermediate staff through day-to-day puzzles;
Working with long-time, established clients to ensure their expectations are met, as well as forging new relationships and creating new pathways for business development; and

Leading the development of competitive proposals to secure new assignments.

Application Instructions
Ready? Send us a cover letter and resume outlining your skills, qualifications, and the specific experiences that make you an ideal candidate for the position by emailing careers@jlrichards.ca.

JLR welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Storeroom Clerk

Fisher Wavy

STOREROOM CLERK

Fisher Wavy is looking for hard-working, self-motivated employee who is detail-oriented and reliability to fill the position of Storeroom Clerk. The Storeroom Clerk will require a high level of motivation, professionalism, and independence. This is a full-time position with competitive wages and a benefits package.

JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Maintains and evaluates tool crib inventory levels
• Performs physical inventory and cycle counts
• Completes counts on all consumable inventory items for accuracy as per cycle count process
• Tracks issues and maintains non-inventory repaired items
• Receives inbound material, verifying part accuracy, quantity, and quality
• Stores material in an optimal location considering size and safety
• Performs daily cycle counts and analyzes inventory discrepancies
• Informs the Purchasing Manager of any inventory discrepancies and damaged/defective material that would impact production
• Monitors high usage items and help to reduce costs
• Follows 5S- Straighten, Sort, Set in Order, Standardize, and Shine
• Maintains a safe and clean work environment by keeping shelves, work areas clean
• Various other related duties as assigned by supervisor such as opening containers & crates, preparing orders, inventory, etc.
• Abides by all Company polices including, but not limited to the following: Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental, Human Resources policies
• Overtime as required
• Performs all other duties as assigned

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Minimum 3 years’ experience in a construction or manufacturing environment

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Receiving and inventory management experience is required.
• Proficient in Microsoft Suites such as Excel and Word.
• Ability to handle multiple demands in a challenging and fast paced- team orientated environment
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
• Strong attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to prioritize tasks
• Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices
• Ability to contribute effectively to any/all team efforts
• Dependable with the mindset of getting the job done
• Repetitive lifting, carrying, and positioning of product (weight up to 50 lbs or 22 kgs) above shoulder height without assistance.

Perks & Benefits:
• Extended health benefits, dental, disability and life insurance, company pension
• Ongoing training and career development
• Company events
• Competitive salary

At Fisher Wavy we seek to hire individuals with diverse characteristics, backgrounds, and perspectives. We strongly believe that world-class talent makes no distinctions based on gender, ethnic or national origin, sexual identity and orientation, age, religion, or disability, but enriches itself through these differences.

Fisher Wavy welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

We thank all applicants for their interest, and all will be given consideration for the position, but only those that are selected for interviews will be contacted.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: $20.00 per hour
Posting date: November 1, 2021