Concrete Plant Operator (Night Shift)

Fisher Wavy

CONCRETE PLANT OPERATOR (Night Shift)
Fisher Wavy Inc. is looking for loyal hard-working employees to join Northern Ontario’s Leading Supplier of Ready-Mix Concrete. We are looking for Concrete Plant Operator to join our Projects group. This is a full-time position with competitive wages, pension and benefits package available.
JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Perform concrete batching using the Command Series system
Ability to troubleshoot the batching system and plant operation
Good communication skills
Supervise drivers and quality control technicians
Accurate completion of documentation both written and digitally
Help to continuously improve processes and procedures
Ability to accurately test concrete
Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures: safety standards operations, maintenance, training, cleanliness standards, etc.
Perform related duties as assigned by supervisor

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
Education:
1 to 3 years previous concrete batching experience required
Experience in Civil/Mining Engineering is considered an asset
Knowledge of concrete testing or related experience considered an asset

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to work night shift and shift work including evenings and weekends
Ability to use hand tools and equipment required to perform repairs and inspections
Ability to lift in accordance with OHSA requirements
Ability to work independently, considered a self-starter
Must possess a valid G class driver’s license (D/Z is an asset) and must have own means of transportation
Must be willing to work shift work

Perks & Benefits:
Extended health benefits, dental, life insurance, and company pension
Employee and Family Assistance Program
Advancement opportunities
Ongoing training and career development
Company events
Flexible hours
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.

Director of Finance / Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

City of Greater Sudbury

Position Overview
Reporting to the General Manager of Corporate Services, you will lead the Finance Division with a continuous improvement mindset and an emphasis on innovation to ensure collaboration occurs and we achieve planned business outcomes. You will assume lead responsibility for continuing the work of delivering finance and treasury management innovations, such as service-based budgeting. You will be responsible for leading the preparation the corporation’s Business Plan covering approximately $750M in operating and capital expenditures across 58 lines of service. You will be accountable for the corporation’s core finance functions including Accounting, Financial Planning and Budgeting, Purchasing, Revenue Management, Risk Management and oversight of the City’s $500M Investment portfolio.

Qualifications
You will have a university degree in a related discipline and technical skills/experience typically obtained from acquiring a Professional Accounting designation. You have a minimum of eight (8) years directly related experience at a senior management level in large, unionized, and highly diverse public or private sector organizations, including four (4) years leading a similar function. You have a solid understanding of current and emerging issues affecting local government policies, financing choices and service delivery. You also demonstrate a high capacity for financial and economic analysis and planning, with particular reference to municipal finance.

Competencies
You offer a thoughtful and engaging customer service focus that reflects close collaboration with all stakeholders and a capacity for finding innovative ways to achieve organizational goals. You see the “big picture” and understand not only the enterprise implications of opportunities, but also can help design solutions that improve the organization’s performance. You provide inspired leadership and hold others accountable to execute to high standards of excellence. You create enthusiasm and motivation for employees and support a continuous learning environment.

Salary Information
The City provides a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and pension plan.

How to Apply
To learn more about this exciting opportunity and working for the City of Greater Sudbury, please visit www.greatersudbury.ca/jobs.
Qualified candidates should submit their resumes in confidence by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2022. When applying, indicate competition number EX22-443 on your resume.
Applicants may email their resumes to hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca or fax to 705-688-3979.

The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment and are happy to hire qualified (including education credential) applicants from anywhere. In order to hire a candidate, one must be legally entitled to work in Canada, with legally entitled being defined as having all of the necessary paperwork processed, approved and responded to, by way of a work permit being issued and received. Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of determining suitability for this competition only in accordance with The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

CURATORIAL ASSISTANT, OUTREACH & ENGAGEMENT INTERN

Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury

CURATORIAL ASSISTANT, OUTREACH & ENGAGEMENT INTERN
CONTRACT POSITION: 52 weeks, 35 hours a week
REMUNERATION: $31,500 for 52 weeks
JOB LOCATION: Art Gallery of Sudbury | Galerie d’art de Sudbury, 251 John Street, Sudbury ON
HOURS OF WORK: The intern will be required to work Monday to Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (with some flex hours)

DEADLINE TO APPLY: May 10, 2022
START DATE: May 24, 2022

The Curatorial Assistant, Outreach and Engagement Intern supports the Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’ art de Sudbury’s ambitious exhibitions program. Reporting directly to the Education & Program Manager as well as the Collections Care and Exhibition Coordinator, this position is responsible for developing, coordinating and delivering artistic programs that enhance the gallery’s integration with local communities. The Intern will also assist with a variety of curatorial and administrative tasks including the installation of exhibitions, research, planning, programs and events; managing contacts and correspondence; assisting with the coordination of didactic materials, and exhibition documentation; writing and editing exhibition-related copy; and registration activities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Outreach & Engagement
• Fosters and relays connections across the diverse arts, cultures and communities of Greater Sudbury.
• Works closely with the educational and curatorial teams to ensure that programming goals are aligned with overall strategic direction.
• Responsible for devising and managing a visitor-centered public outreach project to inspire and challenge audiences.
• Acts as a catalyst that brings artists, students, scholars, community groups, together into new effect with real and simultaneous consequence on community well-being.
• Working closely with the Gallery’s curatorial and educational teams, the Curatorial Intern, Outreach and Community Engagement cultivates and facilitates community access to Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury exhibitions, collections and public programs, formulating innovative strategies for active and creative use of original works of art.
Exhibitions
• Conducts curatorial research for exhibitions and publications.
• Assists in the implementation of all aspects of exhibitions and installations providing technical and physical support as directed.
• Preparatory skills (hanging artwork, lighting, painting walls).
• Assists with the coordination of offsite exhibition venues – artist contracts, installation / take down of artwork.
• Assists the Collections Care and Exhibition Coordinator with the coordination and movement of artworks within the building including shipping and receiving requirements.
• Assists with the maintenance of accurate exhibition checklists, image files, lenders, and other exhibition details.
• Helps create, coordinate, and edit exhibition descriptions and didactic materials such as wall text, labels, and newsletter and website content.
• Helps to ensure accuracy of information on all publications, in print and online.
• Provides general curatorial support for the Director / Curator, Collections Care & Exhibition Coordinator and guest curators.
• Provides logistical and administrative support in coordinating exhibitions, including traveling exhibitions.
• Participates in, and assists with, staff training on exhibitions, as required.
Communications
• Occasionally works to prepare and edit materials to promote, publicize, and interpret activities associated with this position.
• Assists with gathering and writing grant applications, final reports, and other institutional needs associated with this project.
Administrative
• Works with, staff and community leaders to plan and coordinate public programs, as requested.
• Assists with coordination of logistical needs for artist/curator visits including arranging honoraria, travel, lodging, meals, and any event-related logistics.
• Assists with hosting visiting artists/curators, including itineraries, transportation, and introductions to the community.
• Other duties as assigned.
Required Skills and Experience
• Prospective interns should be an artist in their own right, with an interest in the creative sector and a good overall knowledge of the arts and Sudbury community in general.
• Highly developed writing and copy editing skills.
• Strong bilingual oral communication skills and confidence in public speaking.
• Strong attention to detail, high level of accuracy, and strong problem solving skills.
• Ability to work effectively with staff, artists, arts professionals, and the public.
• Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office, and Adobe Creative Suite.
• Skilled in establishing priorities, coordinating multiple complex projects simultaneously, and meeting deadlines.
• Prior experience with Indigenous communities.
• Ability to work independently as well as closely with a small team.
• A flexible/versatile approach to ensuring every project’s success.
• Passion for contemporary art and culture and highly creative.
• Oral fluency in English and French
Job Context and Working Conditions
• Seated in an open office area with regular co-worker interaction; occasional off-site locations; virtual when necessary
• Evening and weekend hours as required.
EQUITY STATEMENT: The Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury is committed to employment equity and supports building a skilled and diverse workforce. Members from the following designated groups (Women, Indigenous, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities and Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply and to self-identify.
ACCESSIBILITY RESTRICTIONS: The Art Gallery of Sudbury | Galerie d’art de Sudbury is housed in a heritage building that limits physical accessibility. The first floor can be made accessible to wheelchairs and other assistive devices through the garage and into the main floor gallery. Public washrooms (basement), Gallery II (second floor), and the Administrative Offices (third floor) are not accessible.
Please forward a resume and cover letter by email to: ngareh@artsudbury.org

Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury
251 John Street Sudbury, Ontario P3E 1P9
The Art Gallery of Sudbury thanks all who submit applications however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

ASSISTANT DE CAMPAGNE, STAGE D’ATTENTE ET D’ENGAGEMENT
POSTE CONTRACTUEL : 52 semaines, 35 heures par semaine
RÉMUNÉRATION : 31 500 $ pour 52 semaines
LIEU DE TRAVAIL : Galerie d’art de Sudbury, 251, rue John, Sudbury (Ontario)
HEURES DE TRAVAIL : Le stagiaire devra travailler du lundi au vendredi, de 9 h à 17 h (avec quelques heures flexibles).
DATE LIMITE DE CANDIDATURE : 4 avril 2022
DATE DE DÉBUT : 9 mai 2022
Le ou la stagiaire adjoint(e) au conservateur, sensibilisation et engagement appuie l’ambitieux programme d’expositions de la Galerie d’art de Sudbury / Art Gallery of Sudbury. Relevant directement du gestionnaire de l’éducation et des programmes ainsi que du coordonnateur de l’entretien des collections et des expositions, ce poste est responsable de l’élaboration, de la coordination et de la prestation de programmes artistiques qui améliorent l’intégration de la galerie aux communautés locales. Le stagiaire participera également à diverses tâches administratives et de conservation, notamment l’installation d’expositions, la recherche, la planification, les programmes et les événements, la gestion des contacts et de la correspondance, l’aide à la coordination du matériel didactique et de la documentation des expositions, la rédaction et l’édition de textes relatifs aux expositions et les activités d’enregistrement.
FONCTIONS ET RESPONSABILITÉS
Sensibilisation et engagement
• Favoriser et relayer les liens entre les divers arts, cultures et communautés du Grand Sudbury.
• Travailler en étroite collaboration avec les équipes d’éducation et de conservation pour s’assurer que les objectifs de la programmation sont alignés sur l’orientation stratégique globale.
• Responsable de la conception et de la gestion d’un projet de sensibilisation du public axé sur les visiteurs afin d’inspirer et d’interpeller le public.
• Agir comme un catalyseur qui rassemble les artistes, les étudiants, les universitaires, les groupes communautaires, pour créer de nouveaux effets ayant une conséquence réelle et simultanée sur le bien-être de la communauté.
• En étroite collaboration avec les équipes de conservation et d’éducation du Musée, le stagiaire en conservation, sensibilisation et engagement communautaire, cultive et facilite l’accès de la communauté aux expositions, collections et programmes publics de l’AGS, en formulant des stratégies innovantes pour une utilisation active et créative des œuvres d’art originales.
Expositions
• Effectue des recherches curatoriales pour les expositions et les publications.
• Aide à la mise en œuvre de tous les aspects des expositions et des installations en fournissant un soutien technique et physique selon les instructions.
• Compétences préparatoires (accrochage des œuvres d’art, éclairage, peinture des murs).
• à la coordination des lieux d’exposition hors site – contrats avec les artistes, installation et démontage des œuvres d’art.
• Aider le coordinateur des collections et des expositions à coordonner et à déplacer les œuvres d’art dans le bâtiment, y compris les exigences en matière d’expédition et de réception.
• Aider à tenir à jour les listes de contrôle des expositions, les fichiers d’images, les prêteurs et les autres détails des expositions.
• Participer à la création, à la coordination et à l’édition des descriptions d’exposition et du matériel didactique, tels que le texte mural, les étiquettes et le contenu du bulletin d’information et du site Web.
• Contribuer à assurer l’exactitude des informations sur toutes les publications, sur papier et en ligne.
• Fournir un soutien général en matière de conservation au directeur/conservateur, au coordinateur des collections et des expositions et aux conservateurs invités.
• Fournir un soutien logistique et administratif pour la coordination des expositions, y compris les expositions itinérantes.
• Participer et aider à la formation du personnel sur les expositions, selon les besoins.

Communications

• Travailler occasionnellement à la préparation et à l’édition de documents visant à promouvoir, à faire connaître et à interpréter les activités associées à ce poste.
• Aide à la collecte et à la rédaction de demandes de subventions, de rapports finaux et d’autres besoins institutionnels associés à ce projet.
Administration
• Travaille avec le personnel et les dirigeants de la communauté pour planifier et coordonner les programmes publics, selon les besoins.
• Participer à la coordination des besoins logistiques pour les visites d’artistes et de conservateurs, y compris l’organisation des honoraires, des déplacements, de l’hébergement, des repas et de toute autre logistique liée à l’événement.
• Participer à l’accueil des artistes/curateurs en visite, y compris les itinéraires, le transport et les présentations à la communauté.
• Autres tâches selon les besoins.
• Compétences et expérience requises
• Les stagiaires potentiels doivent être des artistes à part entière, s’intéresser au secteur de la création et avoir une bonne connaissance générale des arts et de la communauté de Sudbury en général.
• Compétences très développées en rédaction et en révision de textes.
• Solides compétences en communication orale bilingue et confiance en soi pour parler en public.
• Grand souci du détail, haut niveau d’exactitude et solides compétences en résolution de problèmes.
• Capacité à travailler efficacement avec le personnel, les artistes, les professionnels des arts et le public.
• Compétences informatiques, notamment maîtrise de Microsoft Office et de la suite Adobe Creative.
• Aptitude à établir des priorités, à coordonner simultanément plusieurs projets complexes et à respecter les délais.
• Expérience préalable avec les communautés indigènes.
• Capacité à travailler de manière indépendante et en étroite collaboration avec une petite équipe.
• Une approche flexible/versatile pour assurer le succès de chaque projet.
• Passion pour l’art et la culture contemporains et grande créativité.
• Maîtrise orale de l’anglais et du français
• Contexte du poste et conditions de travail
• Assis dans un espace de bureau ouvert avec une interaction régulière avec les collègues ; déplacements occasionnels hors site ; virtuel si nécessaire.
• Horaires de soirée et de week-end selon les besoins.

ÉNONCÉ D’ÉQUITÉ : La Galerie d’art de Sudbury / Art Gallery of Sudbury s’engage à respecter l’équité en matière d’emploi et appuie la création d’une main-d’œuvre qualifiée et diversifiée. Les membres des groupes désignés suivants (femmes, autochtones, minorités visibles, personnes handicapées et minorités sexuelles) sont encouragés à poser leur candidature et à s’identifier.
RESTRICTIONS D’ACCESSIBILITÉ : La Galerie d’art de Sudbury | Art Gallery of Sudbury est logée dans un édifice patrimonial qui limite l’accessibilité physique. Le premier étage peut être rendu accessible aux fauteuils roulants et autres appareils fonctionnels en passant par le garage et en entrant dans la galerie du rez-de-chaussée. Les toilettes publiques (sous-sol), la galerie II (deuxième étage) et les bureaux administratifs (troisième étage) ne sont pas accessibles.
Veuillez envoyer un curriculum vitae et une lettre de présentation par courriel à : ngareh@artsudbury.org.

Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury
251, rue John Sudbury, Ontario P3E 1P9
La Galerie d’art de Sudbury remercie toutes les personnes qui soumettent une demande d’emploi. Toutefois, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats sélectionnés pour une entrevue.

Administrative Assistant

NATT Safety Services

Now hiring an Administrative Assistant for a local Sudbury client.

Experience with Microsoft Office Software

Experience with Payroll, accounts payable/receivable

Assisting with administrative duties as assigned

Assisting with Payroll

Answering and directing phone calls

Greeting customers/answering questions

Scheduling meetings and consultations

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: $25.00 per hour

Collections and Technical Support Intern

Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury

COLLECTIONS & TECHNICAL SUPPORT INTERN

CONTRACT POSITION: 52 weeks, 35 hours a week
REMUNERATION: $31,500 for 52 weeks
JOB LOCATION: Art Gallery of Sudbury | Galerie d’art de Sudbury, 251 John Street, Sudbury ON
HOURS OF WORK: The intern will be required to work Monday to Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (with some flex hours)

DEADLINE TO APPLY: May 10, 2022
START DATE: May 24, 2022

Job Description:

The Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury is seeking a recent post-secondary graduate to fill the position of the Collections and Technical Support Intern. The successful candidate will be reporting to the Collections Care and Exhibition Coordinator and the Visitor Services and Operations Coordinator. This 52-week internship will research and continue to digitize the AGS / GAS public art collection as well as assist with website updates and media projects for our exhibitions, front of house, operational and educational priorities.

• Support the overall management of collections by photographing, cataloguing, moving, storing, re-housing and re-organizing collection as directed.
• Update and maintain records in the collections management database.
• Carry out digitization of Art Gallery of Sudbury and LUMAC collections.
• Support the development of exhibits as directed by conducting research, sourcing and preparing images, writing copy, sourcing and purchasing materials, supplies and equipment and carrying out fabrication tasks.
• Support the provision of programming and exhibitions for the Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury.
• Knowledge of video production and photography is an asset.
• As a problem-solver and team player, you understand how to integrate digital technologies into existing strategies, exhibitions and new initiatives.
• To train and support Front desk and Visitor Service experience as required.
• To provide technical support services related to virtual learning courses/programs in accordance with established procedures, standards and practices.
• Related experience performing audiovisual services; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
• Ensures the continuity of front desk reception, phone duties, and other internal communications as required and in the absence of the Visitor Services Coordinator.
• Maintains detailed attendance records as required.
• Must be an effective communicator with excellent oral, written and research skills.
• Must have a pleasant and patient telephone manner; must be able to analyze problems and communicate solutions clearly.
• Ability to work independently, safely, and under close supervision, or as assigned; bring projects to completion in a timely manner; superior troubleshooting and analytical capacity; strict attention to detail and the ability to meet multiple deadlines.
• He/She/They will also be looked upon to track and report on the success of digital projects and make recommendations to optimize strategies.
• French and English functionality will be assessed via a standard testing measure as part of the application process for those candidates identified for the interview phase.
Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have post-secondary education or experience in the field of Museum Studies, Registration, and experience or education in Web or Media Production, website functionality, Business Administration, or Information Technology, Accredited education in Photography, Library Science, Art, Technology or related field Experience using Past Perfect software for database input is an asset. Bilingual, English and French is a must. Computer skills are required in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook as is experience using a tablet and DSLR camera. Candidate must possess excellent time management skills, organizational skills, attention to detail, commitment to accuracy, and knowledge of fine art conservation/preservation practices. Looking for a team player who is excited to be working in the public art gallery environment with career ambitions in the field. Must be available and committed to fulfilling the job description in a 52-week contract. Please note: The Art Gallery of Sudbury is located in a 112-year-old former mansion. The building is not universally accessible.

To be eligible, candidates must:

• Be a recent post-secondary graduate (graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university) with official transcripts. The position will be a first full-time employment in the candidate’s field of study.
• Be legally entitled to work in Canada, be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or persons granted refugee status in Canada; non-Canadian students holding a temporary work visa or awaiting permanent residents status are not eligible.
Job Context and Working Conditions
• Seated in an open office area with regular co-worker interaction.
• Occasional evening and weekend hours as necessary.
• Ability to physically move, carry and/or maneuver objects weighing up to 25lbs.
• Ability to reach and retrieve over-head objects weighing up to 25lbs.
• Ability to work both indoors and outdoors as required.
EQUITY STATEMENT: The Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury is committed to employment equity and supports building a skilled and diverse workforce. Members from the following designated groups (Women, Indigenous, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities and Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply and to self-identify.

ACCESSIBILITY RESTRICTIONS: The Art Gallery of Sudbury | Galerie d’art de Sudbury is housed in a heritage building that limits physical accessibility. The first floor can be made accessible to wheelchairs and other assistive devices through the garage and into the main floor gallery. Public washrooms (basement), Gallery II (second floor), and the Administrative Offices (third floor) are not accessible.
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS:
The Art Gallery of Sudbury | Galerie d’art de Sudbury is committed to protecting employees and others from hazards in the workplace, including infectious and vaccine preventable diseases and to maintaining a protected workforce. All employees will use masks alongside physical distancing, wherever possible.
Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and through the Internal Responsibility System, The Art Gallery of Sudbury | Galerie d’art de Sudbury requires proof of vaccination from All employees, including students, volunteers, and new hires. Proof is the documentation of completed vaccination series approved by Health Canada or the World Health Organization. For employees requiring proof of vaccination, please refer to the Ontario Ministry of Health’s website to retain this: https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca

Please forward a resume and cover letter by email to: collections@artsudbury.org

Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury
251 John Street Sudbury, Ontario P3E 1P9

The Art Gallery of Sudbury thanks all who submit applications however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

STAGIAIRE COLLECTIONS ET SUPPORT TECHNIQUE

POSTE CONTRACTUEL : 52 semaines, 35 heures par semaine
RÉMUNÉRATION : 31 500 $ pour 52 semaines
LIEU DE TRAVAIL : Galerie d’art de Sudbury, 251, rue John, Sudbury (Ontario)
HEURES DE TRAVAIL : Le stagiaire devra travailler du lundi au vendredi, de 9 h à 17 h (avec quelques heures flexibles).

DATE LIMITE DE CANDIDATURE : 10 mai 2022
DATE DE DÉBUT : 24 mai 2022

Description du poste :

La Galerie d’art de Sudbury / Art Gallery of Sudbury est à la recherche d’un(e) diplômé(e) récent(e) de niveau postsecondaire pour occuper le poste de stagiaire en soutien technique et aux collections. La personne retenue relèvera du coordonnateur de l’entretien des collections et des expositions et du coordonnateur des services aux visiteurs et des opérations. Ce stage de 52 semaines consistera à effectuer des recherches et à poursuivre la numérisation de la collection d’art public de l’AGS / GAS, ainsi qu’à participer à la mise à jour du site Web et à des projets médiatiques pour nos expositions, notre accueil, nos priorités opérationnelles et éducatives.

– Soutenir la gestion globale des collections en photographiant, cataloguant, déplaçant, stockant, ré-habituant et ré-organisant la collection selon les instructions.
– Mettre à jour et maintenir les enregistrements dans la base de données de gestion des collections.
– Effectuer la numérisation des collections de la Galerie d’art de Sudbury et de LUMAC.
– Appuyer l’élaboration d’expositions, selon les directives, en effectuant des recherches, en trouvant et en préparant des images, en rédigeant des textes, en trouvant et en achetant du matériel, des fournitures et de l’équipement et en effectuant des tâches de fabrication.
– Appuyer la prestation de programmes et d’expositions pour la Galerie d’art de Sudbury / Art Gallery of Sudbury.
– La connaissance de la production vidéo et de la photographie est un atout.
– En tant que personne capable de résoudre des problèmes et de travailler en équipe, vous comprenez comment intégrer les technologies numériques aux stratégies existantes, aux expositions et aux nouvelles initiatives.
– Former et soutenir l’expérience du personnel de la réception et du service aux visiteurs, selon les besoins.
– Fournir des services de soutien technique liés aux cours/programmes d’apprentissage virtuel conformément aux procédures, normes et pratiques établies.
– Expérience connexe dans la prestation de services audiovisuels ; ou combinaison équivalente d’études, de formation et d’expérience.
– Assurer la continuité de la réception, des fonctions téléphoniques et des autres communications internes, selon les besoins et en l’absence du coordinateur des services aux visiteurs.
– Tenir des registres de présence détaillés, selon les besoins.
– Doit être un communicateur efficace doté d’excellentes compétences en matière d’expression orale et écrite et de recherche.
– Doit avoir un comportement agréable et patient au téléphone ; doit être capable d’analyser les problèmes et de communiquer les solutions clairement.
– Capacité à travailler de façon autonome, en toute sécurité et sous une supervision étroite, ou selon les tâches qui lui sont confiées ; mener les projets à terme en temps opportun ; capacité supérieure de dépannage et d’analyse ; attention stricte aux détails et capacité à respecter de multiples échéances.
– Il/elle sera également appelé(e) à suivre et à rendre compte du succès des projets numériques et à faire des recommandations pour optimiser les stratégies.
– La fonctionnalité en français et en anglais sera évaluée au moyen d’un test standard dans le cadre du processus de candidature pour les candidats retenus pour la phase d’entretien.

Qualifications :

Le candidat idéal aura une formation postsecondaire ou de l’expérience dans le domaine des études muséales, de l’inscription, et de l’expérience ou de la formation en production Web ou média, en fonctionnalité de sites Web, en administration des affaires ou en technologie de l’information, une formation accréditée en photographie, en bibliothéconomie, en art, en technologie ou dans un domaine connexe. L’expérience de l’utilisation du logiciel Past Perfect pour la saisie de données est un atout. Le bilinguisme, anglais et français, est un atout. Des compétences informatiques sont requises en Microsoft Word, Excel et Outlook, ainsi qu’une expérience de l’utilisation d’une tablette et d’un appareil photo reflex numérique. Le candidat doit posséder d’excellentes compétences en gestion du temps, un sens de l’organisation, un souci du détail, un engagement envers la précision et une connaissance des pratiques de conservation/préservation des beaux-arts. Nous recherchons un joueur d’équipe qui est enthousiaste à l’idée de travailler dans un environnement de galerie d’art publique et qui a des ambitions de carrière dans ce domaine. Le candidat doit être disponible et s’engager à remplir la description du poste dans le cadre d’un contrat de 52 semaines. Veuillez noter que la Galerie d’art de Sudbury est située dans un ancien manoir vieux de 112 ans. Le bâtiment n’est pas accessible à tous.

Pour être admissibles, les candidats doivent :

– Être un diplômé récent d’études postsecondaires (avoir obtenu un diplôme au cours des trois dernières années d’un collège ou d’une université accrédité) avec des relevés de notes officiels. Le poste sera un premier emploi à temps plein dans le domaine d’études du candidat.
– Être légalement autorisé à travailler au Canada, être citoyen canadien, résident permanent ou personne ayant obtenu le statut de réfugié au Canada ; les étudiants non canadiens détenant un visa de travail temporaire ou en attente du statut de résident permanent ne sont pas admissibles.
Contexte du poste et conditions de travail
– Assis dans un bureau ouvert avec une interaction régulière avec les collègues.
– Heures occasionnelles de soir et de fin de semaine, selon les besoins.
– Capacité à déplacer, porter et/ou manœuvrer physiquement des objets pesant jusqu’à 25lbs.
– Capacité à atteindre et à récupérer des objets en hauteur pesant jusqu’à 25lbs.
– Capacité à travailler à l’intérieur et à l’extérieur, selon les besoins.
ÉNONCÉ D’ÉQUITÉ : La Galerie d’art de Sudbury / The Art Gallery of Sudbury s’engage à respecter l’équité en matière d’emploi et appuie la création d’une main-d’œuvre qualifiée et diversifiée. Les membres des groupes désignés suivants (femmes, autochtones, minorités visibles, personnes handicapées et minorités sexuelles) sont encouragés à poser leur candidature et à s’identifier.

RESTRICTIONS D’ACCESSIBILITÉ : La Galerie d’art de Sudbury | Art Gallery of Sudbury est logée dans un édifice patrimonial qui limite l’accessibilité physique. Le premier étage peut être rendu accessible aux fauteuils roulants et autres appareils fonctionnels en passant par le garage et en entrant dans la galerie du rez-de-chaussée. Les toilettes publiques (sous-sol), la galerie II (deuxième étage) et les bureaux administratifs (troisième étage) ne sont pas accessibles.
PROTOCOLES COVID-19 :
La Galerie d’art de Sudbury s’engage à protéger ses employés et d’autres personnes contre les dangers en milieu de travail, y compris les maladies infectieuses et les maladies évitables par la vaccination, et à maintenir une main-d’œuvre protégée. Tous les employés utiliseront des masques en plus de la distanciation physique, dans la mesure du possible.
En vertu de la Loi sur la santé et la sécurité au travail et du Système de responsabilité interne, la Galerie d’art de Sudbury exige une preuve de vaccination de tous les employés, y compris les étudiants, les bénévoles et les nouveaux employés. La preuve est la documentation d’une série de vaccinations complète approuvée par Santé Canada ou l’Organisation mondiale de la santé. Pour les employés qui ont besoin d’une preuve de vaccination, veuillez consulter le site Web du ministère de la Santé de l’Ontario pour la conserver : https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca.

Veuillez envoyer un curriculum vitae et une lettre de présentation par courriel à : collections@artsudbury.org.

Art Gallery of Sudbury / Galerie d’art de Sudbury
251, rue John Sudbury, Ontario P3E 1P9

La Galerie d’art de Sudbury remercie toutes les personnes qui soumettent une demande d’emploi. Toutefois, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats sélectionnés pour une entrevue.

Office clerk

Falcon Hotel Ltd – SERVICE ONTARIO Garson

Customer service clerk
Part-time
$16.00/h
15 to 20 hours per week
must speak french fluently
must be able to stand for long periods of time
computer skills an asset
please email or visit office to drop off resume

Detail Department Supervisor

Cambrian Ford

You will be an active working member of the Detail Department responsible for the cleaning of new vehicles for delivery, used vehicles for resale and delivery and retail cleanliness of our client base. The position is responsible for the supervision of all detail staff and the daily schedule of all work to be performed for the day. The successful candidate will be highly motivated with strong organizational details , attention to detail and effective team building skills in a fast paced environment.

Health & Safety Field Coordinator

Patrick Mechanical Limited

We are currently seeking a Health & Safety Field Advisor. If you carry the qualifications below and want to join a challenging work environment with an employer who supports continuous learning, we look forward to hearing from you.

OVERVIEW

The Health and Safety Field Advisor, under the direction for the Health and Safety Manager, will be responsible for monitoring compliance to Patrick Mechanical Limited policies and procedures, customer policies and Government Regulations. You will also help coach supervisors and stakeholders when evaluating the workplace health and safety performance of their teams. You will also help support the implementation of the communication plan to raise awareness and get employees motivated and willing to participate in matters related to workplace health and safety.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES

-Provide Leadership in promoting a safety culture by guiding, mentoring, educating, training, and motivating PML employees
-Perform all Health and safety Field activities as per Health and Safety Manager and/or Lead H & S coordinator
-Ensure HSE regulatory compliance in all site activities
-Ensure compliance with workplace safety regulations, monitor compliance to policies and Report on Health and Safety awareness, issues and statistics
-Interface with MOL Inspectors regarding compliance with all safety aspects
-Report on and ensure alignment with corporate HSE strategies
-Assist with aspects of WSIB, PHR’s, JHA’s etc.
-Collect, evaluate and disseminate pertinent legal and other information relating to environmental, health and safety and introduces changes forthwith as applicable
-Perform workplace visits, job observations and inspections with intent to coach and mentor
-Audit safety performance, evaluate safety culture, and promote a well-functioning IRS
-Inform Managers, while recommending and working on strategies to improve safety culture
-Promote proactive and leading Health and Safety procedures to ensure a safe and healthy environment
-Promote Occupational Health and Safety within the organization and develop a safer work environment
-Evaluate practices and procedures and report Health and Safety Manager
-Help contribute direct knowledge of health and safety programs to ensure improvement

REQUIREMENTS

-Extensive knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety principles, practices, and legislation
-Certified IHSA National Construction Safety Officer
-Ability in producing reports, good knowledge of data analysis and risk assessment
-Excellent organizational and motivation skills
-Outstanding attention to detail and observation ability
-Relevant field experience
-Excellent interpersonal skills
-Ability to get along with diverse personalities, tactful, mature, and professional
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills
-Strong ability to maintain confidentiality at all levels
-Good knowledge of Microsoft Office

WORK CONDITIONS

-Office work
-Noisy with distractions
-Sitting for long periods of time
-Outside work in all weather conditions

To apply, please either visit our website, www.patrickmechanical.ca
OR
submit resume via email: resumes@patrickmechanical.ca

For more information about our company, please visit our website at www.patrickmechanical.ca

We thank everyone who applies, however, only those selected will be contacted.

Mining Manager

Pioneer Construction

MINING MANAGER

Reporting to the General Manager, the Mining Manager will be responsible for attaining growth within the mining section across all available platforms by attracting new accounts and introducing the mining sector to the full range of services provided by Pioneer Construction. The Mining Manager will oversee the daily operational activities in our mining division and manage the coordination of contractors to ensure work complies with site requirements, health and safety, and ministry requirements. This is a full-time permanent position available with competitive wages and a benefits package.
JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Generate new business and revenue growth across multiple channels within the mining sector while obtaining relevant market intelligence needed to support the development of business, identifying trends, and providing accurate short, mid and long-term forecasts.
• Develop and execute plans to grow assigned accounts.
• Grow, develop and maintain strategic relationships with mining sector.
• Manage contractors performing field activities, on multiple worksites at the same time.
• Ensure contractors are following best industry practices, adhering to design and specification, scope, plans, schedule, and quality requirements.
• Monitor manpower requirements, efficiency, and productivity of construction crews.
• Coordinates work efforts between various contractors and company workforce. Coordinate equipment and material deliveries.
• Assist in the technical activities as part of the procurement process for contractor selection.
• Collaborate with the project management team on all matters relating to construction.
• Provide guidance, direction, and assistance to the construction contractors throughout the project
• Detailed monitoring, coordinating, and auditing of contractor’s productivity, progress, and overall performance for the project through the maintenance of high visibility in the field.
• Work collaboratively with the health and safety team to ensure full contractor compliance with established safety procedures and standards.
• Assist with safety audits and investigations.
• Ensure that work is completed to align with contract scopes while following approved project change procedures where deviations occur.
• Make timely decisions to support the design schedule.
• Review the contractor’s work and person-hours against proposal targets and identify areas of inefficiencies to permit the implementation of continuous improvement plans as needed.
• Represent the owner in approval of construction inspection and test records.
• Assist commissioning in the preparation and assembly of pre-commissioning documentation.
• Responsible for contractor review, site inspections and enforcement of standards. Adherence to health and safety.
• Oversees the implementation of processes, policies, systems, and practices within operations that maximize operational efficiencies.
• Perform related duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:
• Degree/diploma/certificate in the construction-related field; significant experience in lieu of a degree/diploma/certificate will be considered.
• Minimum 5 years of work experience in heavy civil, northern mining or remediation projects
• Experience managing on-site activities of multiple subcontractors.
• Valid driver’s license required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Familiar with the social and political expectations of mining companies and be able to work effectively with government officials, Indigenous people, community leaders, and landowners.
• Leadership skills with excellent team-building skills and ability to manage stress and tight deadlines.
• Previous management of multiple construction contractors simultaneously.
• Good understanding of budget tracking and working within department budgets.
• Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers.
• Excellent computer proficiency (MS Office – Word, Excel and Outlook).
• Ability to work out of town and the occasional weekend as required during the Summer.
• Abide by all Company policies including, but not limited to the following: Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental, Human Resources policies.

Perks & Benefits:
• Extended health benefits, dental, life insurance, and company pension
• Employee and Family Assistance Program
• Advancement opportunities
• Ongoing training and career development
• Company events
• Competitive salary

To Apply
All applications must be submitted to careers@pioneerconstruction.ca. By applying to the e-mail address, your application becomes available to managers immediately. Interested candidates should include a cover letter and resume.

At Pioneer Construction 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.
Pioneer Construction 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.