Executive Assistant

Sudbury Credit Union

Currently we are looking for a qualified individual for the role of Executive Assistant (EA) to the CEO and Board of Directors. The EA will be professional, well organized, and will have an advanced knowledge of governance policies and Robert’s Rules of Order for meetings. They will act as a liaison between the CEO, Board of Directors and community partners.

Do you have the administrative skills and/or experience in a financial institution? Are you a dynamic, community-minded professional, who wants to join an amazing team? Are you ready to embark on an exciting career as an EA in financial services? Then don’t hesitate! Send us an updated cover letter and resume by 5 pm on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021.

For additional information on becoming an Executive Assistant at Sudbury Credit Union, please go to https://bit.ly/2YYvoC1.

Candidates who require special accommodations during the application or interview process are asked to contact the HR Department.

We are an equal opportunity employer and thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Resumes will be retained in our talent pool for a period of six months.

Please note that all employees of Sudbury Credit Union MUST be bondable. This includes both Criminal Record and Credit Checks.

Community Minded…Just Like You

Senior Financial Accountant

Sudbury Credit Union

We are currently looking for a suitably qualified Senior Financial Accountant. This role provides accounting services and maintains financial information, ensures compliance with policies and controls, and supervises accounting department personnel.

Can you rise to the challenge of ensuring we meet our complex and growing regulatory requirements? Are you excited by the chance to get involved in forward-looking planning with our CFO? Are you a dynamic, community-minded professional, who wants to join an amazing team? Then don’t hesitate! Send us an updated cover letter and resume by 5pm on Sunday February 7th, 2021.

For additional information on becoming the Senior Financial Accountant at Sudbury Credit Union, please contact HR Manager, Cheryl Whynott at cwhynott@sudburycu.com, and apply at https://sudburycu.bamboohr.com/jobs. To view the full job description, click here.

Candidates who require special accommodations during the application or interview process are asked to contact the HR Department (HRdepartment@sudburycu.com).
We are an equal opportunity employer and thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Resumes will be retained in our talent pool for a period of six months.
Please note that all employees of Sudbury Credit Union MUST be bondable. This includes both Criminal Record and Credit Checks.

Community Minded…Just Like You

Junior Machinist

Total Personnel Solutions

TPS Group of Companies is your Primary Source for all Staffing, Training and Safety needs! We have stability with strong roots. We have over 30 years of combined experience in servicing all sectors. We offer Industrial Safety Training, Truck Training, Safety Supplies and Personnel Solutions.

We are currently seeking a Junior Machinist for a local Sudbury client.

Job Overview
The Junior Machinist is responsible to set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and consumables, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures. The individual ensures quality products are being produced and maintains a safe, clean and productive work environment.

Key Job Responsibilities
– Rotate to various assigned machines as required;
– Position heavy fabricated metal components in machining fixtures utilizing overhead and jib cranes and other lifting devices per procedure;
– Set up and operate metalworking and cutting equipment;
– Machine parts to specifications using machine tools such as drill press, band saws, lathes, or grinders;
– Align and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials onto machines;
– Calculate dimensions and tolerances using knowledge of mathematics and instruments such as micrometers, etc.;
– Measure, examine, and test completed parts in order to detect defects and ensure conformance to specifications, using precision instruments such as micrometers, gages, etc.;
– Follows documented procedures standard work, routings, and blueprints to perform safe and defect free operations to create and machine components;
– Select the appropriate tools, machines, and materials to be used in preparation of machinery work;
– Lay out, measure, and mark metal stock in order to display placement of cuts;
– Observe and listen to operating machines or equipment in order to diagnose machine malfunctions and to determine need for adjustments or repairs;
– Maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures;
– Clean and lubricate machines, tools, and equipment in order to remove grease, rust, stains, and foreign matter; and
– Confer with engineering, supervisory, and manufacturing personnel in order to exchange technical information.

Qualifications/Requirements
– College Diploma in Machining or Tool & Die or equivalent experience.
– Licensing as Machinist, etc. is an asset.
– Knowledge of safe operation of machines and other tools within production facility.
– Knowledge of machine centers, tools, including their designs, uses and maintenance.
– Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and their applications in machining.
– Knowledge of the practical application of engineering science and technology. This includes applying principles, techniques, procedures, and equipment to the design and production of various goods and services.
– Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods.
– Ability to read blue prints, drawings, schematics.
– Good communication skills to work with multi-dimensional team.
– Willingness to learn.

Residential Worker, Harm Reduction Home

Canadian mental Health Association

POSTING: Residential Worker, Harm Reduction Home (20-014)

If you want to work with a community leader in mental health and addictions services, then come work with us! As a recovery-oriented and people focused organization, we utilize evidence-based and best practices, through a psychosocial rehabilitation approach. We are proud of our positive and fair work-place culture, where staff have opportunities for learning and development.

We value staff and offer work-life balance with a generous vacation package, benefits and pension plan. We are looking for motivated team players with a desire to make a difference!

RESPONSIBILITY: The Residential Worker will provide assistance and support to residents in daily functions and activities of daily living. The RW provides comprehensive community treatment, rehabilitation and support to individuals that are residents of the HRH. Two years? experience working in the mental health/addictions field or one year experience working with marginalized populations is an asset.

SALARY RANGE:
Annually, Step 3: $34,665.24 – Step 5: $38,410.32
Hourly, Step 3: $19.05 – Step 5: $21.10
Successful candidates for this position will start at Step 3 of the salary grid.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education requirements:
The position requires a minimum 2 year post-secondary Diploma / Degree or Canadian equivalent in human services or related discipline.
Language requirements: Fluency in English is required.
Fluency in French is an asset. Priority will be given to candidates who are bilingual in French and English as per our French Language Service Plan.

Professional designation/certification:
Certified Health Executive an asset
UNION MEMERSHIP: This position is included within the collective bargaining unit, (Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 666).

TO APPLY: Please submit your cover letter & resume, with answers to scenario questions (found below) attached, to Human Resources by email: *Email: recruitment@cmha-sm.on.ca.
*Please put the recruitment number in the subject line.

DEADLINE: Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Please answer the following questions and attach to resume:
1.The Harm Reduction Home will be the 6th Managed Alcohol Program (MAP) established nationally. Please describe the benefits this program can have on program participants. How will you contribute as a Residential worker to the potential in the home through programming?

2.The recovery philosophy is promoted in the CMHA Programs and Services. ?Understanding that recovery is a journey of healing and transformation enabling persons to live a meaningful life in community while striving to reach full personal potential?. Please share your approach in building hope in their recovery with people you would be supporting?

3.How would you respond and support a resident who has presented to the residence overly intoxicated? What type of skills/attributes would assist you through this challenge?

Customer Service Representative (Administration Of Customer Accounts)

Greater Sudbury Utilities

GREATER SUDBURY UTILITIES
has an opening for the following position

CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
(Administration of Customer Accounts)

Reporting to the Supervisor of Customer Service the successful candidate will manage all aspects of the customer: thorough account inquiries, service requests, meter reading coordination, bill preparation, bill production, and collection of overdue accounts.

Minimum Qualifications Required:

• approximately twelve months experience in an office environment
• strong computer skills-specifically excellent working knowledge of Word and Excel
• excellent organizational, analytical problem solving and time management skills
• a post-secondary education
• excellent written and verbal communication skills
• excellent customer service skills
• bilingualism (French & English) would be an asset

Interested applicants are invited to submit a detailed resume by Friday, January 29, 2021, no later than 4:30 p.m. to:

Human Resources
Greater Sudbury Hydro Plus Inc.
P.O. Box 250
Sudbury, ON P3E 4P1
humanresources@gsuinc.ca

GSU is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all applicants for their interest in our organization, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

If you are selected to participate in the recruitment process for the position to which you have applied and require a disability-related accommodation, please notify the Human Resources Department.

AZ Freight Driver 4 day on 4 day off

Total Personnel Solutions

Total Personnel Solutions requires a full time AZ Freight Driver 4 day on 4 day off day schedule.

Duties & Responsibilities
– Prompt, efficient and safe operation of a vehicle
– Completing proper pre and post trip of equipment
– Ensuring all paperwork is complete properly
– Developing a good working relationship with dispatch, fellow drivers, while having a positive attitude and a good work ethic
– Must be self-sufficient

Qualifications
– Valid AZ License
– Attention to detail, specifically when checking equipment and completing paperwork
– Must meet physical demands of the position
– Must pass criminal record check
– Must have a current driver’s abstract and CVOR dated within the previous 30 days

Experience
– 1 years professional driving experience

Additional Information
All candidates selected for an interview will be required to undergo appropriate testing. While all responses are appreciated, only those who will be invited for an interview will be contacted. We are committed to creating an accessible, inclusive, and diverse workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals.

Contact: jobs@tpsgroup.ca
Business Address: 98 Fielding Road Lively, Ontario P3Y 1L5

Housing Case Manager – Justice (21-005)

Canadian Mental Health Association

POSTING: Housing Case Manager – Justice (21-005) Full-Time, Permanent, 35 hours/week (may include weekday/weekend/evenings)
If you want to work with a community leader in mental health and addictions services, then come work with us!
As a recovery-oriented and people focused organization, we utilize evidence-based and best practices, through a psychosocial rehabilitation approach. We are proud of our positive and fair work-place culture, where staff have opportunities for learning and development. We value staff and offer work-life balance with a generous vacation package, benefits and pension plan.

We are looking for motivated team players with a desire to make a difference!

RESPONSIBILITY:
Reporting to the Coordinator, Housing Case Management, the Housing Case Manager – Justice provides housing supports for individuals involved with the criminal justice system to reduce the risk of homelessness, crisis or hospitalization and improve well-being. Working within the framework of a client directed rehabilitation model, staff provide assistance to individuals in obtaining housing, enhancing instrumental activities of daily living skills, developing wellness strategies and maintaining their living environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Completion of a 2 year Diploma or Degree in a health or social services discipline.

Professional Designation/Certification (one of the following are required):
i. Registration, in good standing, with a regulating professional body (e.g. OCSWSSW); or
ii. Certification, in good standing, with a professional certifying organization* within health or social service fields (e.g. CPRRP from PSR Canada); or
iii. Working towards registration or certification in one of the above within 6 months of hire

*Organization must have a written code of ethics, core values and standards that are consistent with those of CMHA-S/M. Certification must require members to meet a core set of competencies, have a requirement for continuous learning to maintain certification and be approved by CMHA-S/M.

Experience: Minimum one year experience in related position

Other:
• Reliable vehicle required
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office software required

Language requirements: Fluency in English is essential. Advanced conversational French is essential for 50% of these positions. Priority will be given to candidates who are bilingual in French and English as per our French Language Service Plan

*SALARY:
Bachelor
Annually, Step 2: $45,992.13 – Step 5: $54,026.03
Hourly, Step 2: $25.23 – Step 5: $29.68

Diploma
Annually, Step 2: $41,419.96 – Step 5: $48,729.36
Hourly, Step 2: $22.76 – Step 5: $26.77
*Successful candidates for this position will start at Step 2 of the salary grid.

UNION MEMERSHIP: This position is included within the collective bargaining unit, (Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 666).

LOCATION: 111 Elm St., Suite 100, Sudbury

TO APPLY: Please complete the employment package available at http://sm.cmha.ca/get-involved/careers/ and submit to the attention of Human Resources:
By email: recruitment@cmha-sm.on.ca
By Fax: 705-675-7247 to the attention of Lisa Schutt (marked “CONFIDENTIAL”)

DEADLINE: The deadline for accepting applications is noon on January 27, 2021.

INTERVIEW DATE: February 3, 2021

IMPORTANT: If you intend to apply for the Housing Case Manager Position (21-003) as well, this application can be submitted for both; please indicate such in your cover letter.

Housing Case Manager

Canadian Mental Health Association

POSTING: Housing Case Manager (21-003)

Full-Time, Contract (12 – 18 months): (may include weekday/weekend/evenings)

If you want to work with a community leader in mental health and addictions services, then come work with us!

As a recovery-oriented and people focused organization, we utilize evidence-based and best practices, through a psychosocial rehabilitation approach. We are proud of our positive and fair work-place culture, where staff have opportunities for learning and development. We value staff and offer work-life balance with a generous vacation package, benefits and pension plan.

We are looking for motivated team players with a desire to make a difference!

RESPONSIBILITY:
Reporting to the Coordinator, Housing Case Management, the Housing Case Manager provides housing supports to individuals living with mental health and/or substance use concerns to reduce the risk of homelessness, crisis or hospitalization and improve well-being. Working within the framework of a client directed rehabilitation model, staff provide assistance to individuals in obtaining housing, enhancing instrumental activities of daily living skills, developing wellness strategies and maintaining their living environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Completion of a 2 year Diploma or Degree in a health or social services discipline.

Professional Designation/Certification (one of the following are required):
i. Registration, in good standing, with a regulating professional body (e.g. OCSWSSW); or
ii. Certification, in good standing, with a professional certifying organization* within health or social service fields (e.g. CPRRP from PSR Canada); or
iii. Working towards registration or certification in one of the above within 6 months of hire

*Organization must have a written code of ethics, core values and standards that are consistent with those of CMHA-S/M. Certification must require members to meet a core set of competencies, have a requirement for continuous learning to maintain certification and be approved by CMHA-S/M.

Experience: Minimum one year experience in related position

Other:
• Reliable vehicle required
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office software required

Language requirements: Fluency in English is essential. Advanced conversational French is essential for 50% of these positions. Priority will be given to candidates who are bilingual in French and English as per our French Language Service Plan

*SALARY:
Bachelor
Annually, Step 2: $45,992.13 – Step 5: $54,026.03
Hourly, Step 2: $25.23 – Step 5: $29.68
Diploma
Annually, Step 2: $41,419.96 – Step 5: $48,729.36
Hourly, Step 2: $22.76 – Step 5: $26.77
*Successful candidates for this position will start at Step 2 of the salary grid.

UNION MEMERSHIP: This position is included within the collective bargaining unit, (Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 666).

LOCATION: 111 Elm St., Suite 100, Sudbury

TO APPLY: Please complete the employment package available at http://sm.cmha.ca/get-involved/careers/ and submit to the attention of Human Resources:
By email: recruitment@cmha-sm.on.ca
By Fax: 705-675-7247 to the attention of Lisa Schutt (marked “CONFIDENTIAL”)

DEADLINE: The deadline for accepting applications is noon on January 27th, 2021.

IMPORTANT: If you intend to apply for the Case Manager-Justice Position (21-005) as well, this application can be submitted for both; please indicate such in your cover letter.

INTERVIEW DATE: February 3, 2021

FINANCE INTERNSHIP – FULL-TIME 1 YR POSITION

Sudbury Women’s Centre

Title: Finance Internship – Full-Time 1 yr Position
Based at: Sudbury Women’s Centre
Reports to: Executive Director

We offer a safe place to support women in their journey in getting from where they are now to where they want to be. We offer the tools, resources and support to help and promote women’s status and well-being.

The Sudbury Women’s Centre (SWC) is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing information, referral, and support services to women who have been impacted by violence and/or difficult life circumstances. Our Centre offer key tools and resources that assist women in addressing issues of systematic discrimination and violence. We are committed to serving the needs of women in our community. To create and maintain a safe environment that is inclusive and respectful of diversity.

Job Summary:

The purpose of the Finance Internship is to have a staff member inhouse providing guidance and financial growth to the centre. Having this new position within the centre will provide direct assistance to the Executive Director so that future growth of partnerships can be created within the City of Sudbury. The Finance Intern will oversees the day to day financial and administrative operations of the organization, including oversight of accounts payable and receivable, budgeting, production of financial statements and reports, and advisement on financial decisions. This position is responsible for monitoring and maintaining internal IT controls, while overseeing financial systems and related compliance requirements. This position is 31.5 hours per week at $18/hour. The funding for this project is brought to you by NOHFC.

Responsibilities

Financial Duties:

– Manages financial books for each program including balance sheets, trial balance, income statements and ledgers.
– Manages bank accounts including preparing bank reconciliations and bank transfers through online banking.
– Assist with programs annual budgets.
– Processes accounts receivables and payables and ensure all expenses adhere to the set budgets.
– Processes bi-weekly payroll, submits government review remittances for CPP, EI and Income Tax as well as completes Records of Employment when required.
– Prepares monthly and quarterly financial statements and reports for the Executive Director, the Board of Directors and funders.
– Processes approved purchases
– Prepares yearend financial reports for auditors and answers any inquiries.
– Prepares annual returns for GST/WSIB/EHT.
– Remits monthly WSIB premiums.
– Issues charitable receipts.
– Works with Executive Director to develop strategies, review policies and procedures, and reviewing statistics and core measures for programs

Human Resources

– Prepares job postings, participates in recruitment and selection process and assist in hiring decisions
– Administers the employee benefit package, enrolls and orients new employees in the benefits program.
– Maintains vacation and sick time records.

Educational background or field(s) of study:

– University and college graduates who have graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university. Candidates must be graduates of post-secondary degree or diploma programs.
– Education in Finance, Accounting or related field required
– The position must provide the intern with first time employment in their field of study.
– Candidates are only eligible to participate in the internship program one time.
– Candidates must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
– Proven strategic planning experience at the management level
– Proficiency in both official languages is an asset
– Proficient in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
– Demonstrated creative and critical thinking skills
– Able to work on multiple projects simultaneously
– Strong communication skills

Apply:

To apply for this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter to gcarpenter@sudburywc.ca. Please note that only those being considered for an interview will be contacted directly.

Case Manager (Espanola)

Canadian Mental Health Association

Posting: Case Manager (21-002)

• Full-time Permanent (35 Hours/week)

If you want to work with a community leader in mental health and addictions services, then come work with us!

As a recovery-oriented and people focused organization, we utilize evidence-based and best practices, through a psychosocial rehabilitation approach. We are proud of our positive and fair work-place culture, where staff have opportunities for learning and development. We value staff and offer work-life balance with a generous vacation package, benefits and pension plan.

We are looking for motivated team players with a desire to make a difference!

RESPONSIBILITY:
Under the direction of the Coordinator, case management, the Case Manager provides professional support services within the framework of person – directed recovery and rehabilitation. They are responsible for assisting individuals with mental health issues or experiencing mental illness in readiness development, goal setting, assessing skills and supports, as well as housing support.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Education requirements:
The position requires a Diploma or Degree in a Human Service area.

Language requirements:
Fluency in English is essential. Advanced conversational French is essential for 50% of these positions. Priority will be given to candidates who are bilingual in French and English as per our French Language Service Plan.

Professional Designation/Certification (options):
a. Registration, in good standing, or eligible for registration with a regulating professional body, (e.g. Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers).
b. Certification, in good standing, or eligible for registration with a professional certifying organization* within health or social service fields (e.g. CPRRP from PSR Canada)

*Organization must have a written code of ethics, core values and standards that are consistent with those of CMHA-S/M. Certification must require members to meet a core set of competencies, have a requirement for continuous learning to maintain certification and be approved by CMHA-S/M.
*SALARY:
Bachelor
Annually, Step 2: $45,992.13 – Step 5: $54,026.03
Hourly, Step 2: $25.23 – Step 5: $29.68

Diploma
Annually, Step 2: $41,419.96 – Step 5: $48,729.36
Hourly, Step 2: $22.76 – Step 5: $26.77
*Successful candidates for this position will start at Step 2 of the salary grid.

UNION MEMBERSHIP: This position is included within the collective bargaining unit, (Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Local 666).

All employees are eligible to participate in the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP), a defined benefit pension plan. We offer a comprehensive group benefit plan for full-time permanent positions.

LOCATION: Espanola, Ontario

TO APPLY:
Please complete the employment package available at: https://sm.cmha.ca/get- involved/careers/ and submit to Lisa Schutt, Human Resources by:

Email: recruitment@cmha-sm.on.ca
Please put the recruitment number in the subject line