Training Supervisor

Elections Manitoba is the office of the Chief Electoral Officer of Manitoba. The responsibilities of the office are as follows:

  • Operate free of political influence
  • Conduct Manitoba’s provincial elections, by-elections and referendums
  • Ensure all eligible citizens have the opportunity to vote
  • Promote public awareness of voting and the electoral process
  • Help political participants comply with election rule and put The Elections Act and The Election Financing Act into action recommend improvements to existing legislation Elections Manitoba also provides research and administrative support to Manitoba’s Electoral Divisions Boundaries Commission.

To ensure the democratic rights of all Manitobans through the conduct of free and fair elections, by ensuring compliance with political financing laws and by enhancing public confidence in and awareness of the electoral process.


About the role:

  • Casual Term from August 2023 to October 2023
  • Salary: Minimum wage plus $6.00 per hour
  • Closing Date: February 16, 2023
  • 1 vacancy
  • Office location to be determined!


Ideal Candidate:


  • The incumbent must be, and remain, politically non-partisan in both perception and fact
  • Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • Satisfactory Security Check


  • Experience with training, facilitation and/or group leadership including providing direction and guidance
  • Ability to deliver a pre-prepared training program
  • Proficiency with computers and technology and the ability to troubleshoot basic problems such as logging in, browsing, using bar code scanners
  • Strong planning and organizational skills and the ability to work in a busy and deadline driven environment
  • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills to provide coaching and guidance in a busy and demanding environment.
  • Flexibility, in dates and hours of work.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds, and stand for extended periods of times.


  • Knowledge of French
  • Experience working in an election



  • Under the general supervision of the returning officer (RO) and the assistant returning officer (ARO), the training supervisor (TS) is appointed in each electoral division for to train election officers. The TS conducts in-person scenario-based training with election officers to prepare them for their role. Training includes online training and technology-based processes for voting advance voting and on election day. The TS must remain impartial in all dealings during an electoral event and not engage in any partisan activity. The TS must complete a satisfactory security check. The TS may be required to travel throughout the electoral division.


How to apply:



Employment Equity is a factor in selection. Applicants are requested to indicate in their cover letter or
resumé if they are from any of the following groups: women, Indigenous people, visible minorities or
persons with disabilities.

Your cover letter, resumé and/or application must clearly indicate how you meet the qualifications.


Send cover letter and resume to

For more information, please email, or phone 204-945-7614.

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be

If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at or 204-712-3200 and we would be happy to assist you!




For more than 90 years, The Link (formally known as Macdonald Youth Services) has helped youth and families on a journey to healing, hope and better lives. The organization is dedicated to walking alongside children, youth and families as an inclusive community, strengthening and empowering a sense of being, pride and purpose. With over 15 diverse programs, The Link has a community of caring staff that work together to provide support through a 24-hour crisis line, youth resource centres, emergency shelters, mobile crisis teams, specialized foster care, healing homes, job readiness supports and Skills4Life. With a strong foundation within the community and a focus on connection, unity and compassion, the organization provides a vital link for youth and families in the province of Manitoba.



Grow your career at The Link! Walk along side people in our community as we grow strong & resilient together. We are seeking candidates with strong character that share our vision for a brighter future; people of action who can support the resilience and potential in people. We honour and strive to model through our actions the traditional Seven Teachings of the Anishinaabe: Love, Respect, Courage, Honesty, Wisdom, Humility & Truth. The Link is looking for an experienced Youth Care Practitioner (YCP) within the Healing Homes service area. YCPs are responsible for providing specialized care for the youth in the Healing Homes program. YCPs ensure that programming is provided for the youth within the healing philosophy of The Link.


PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: of the YCP include, but are not limited to:

• Develop, manage, facilitate, and direct all daily program activities as well as implement household routines.
• Engage with young people in a manner designed to help them achieve their goals.
• Work as part of the team to ensure consistency in the youth’s experiences and healing plans as based on the established goals.
• Intervene into daily life events to help the young person achieve their goals and connect to their experiences in a manner designed to help them achieve their goals.
• Participate with the team in making informed culturally responsive decisions regarding therapeutic activities based on observations and interactions with the young people and their knowledge of the young person’s culture.
• Active involvement with youth in developmentally appropriate activities within the home, in the community and with their families with a view towards their growth and development and reaching the goals they have set.
• Encourage young people to develop engagement with community activities that will provide ongoing support.
• Teach the youth about a holistic approach to life that includes physical, social, emotional, and spiritual domains and the life skills that support the approach.
• Assist with all procedures and routines related to health and safety of staff and youth and the importance of a safe environment. Assist with maintenance and cleanliness of physical property, building and yard.
• Involvement in learning opportunities and development of an attitude that promotes a growth mindset in young people.
• Display an attitude that promotes positive teamwork and exhibits a high degree of positive role modelling for young people.
• Participate in the assignment of any other job-related tasks as requested by the Supervisor.



• Certificate or diploma in Child & Youth Care (other combinations of education and experience may be considered)
• Two years’ experience working with at risk youth
• Knowledge of trauma and resilience informed care as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Strong counselling skills and experience in behaviour management
• Valid driver’s license and acceptable driver’s abstract (subject to approval)
• Emergency First Aid and CPR Level C and Mental Health First Aid & Safe Talk will be considered an asset
• Satisfactory Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search, a clear Child Abuse Registry check with acceptable Prior Contact checks and a clear Adult Abuse Registry check, all done within the last 3 months
• ASIST Certificate (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) and NVCI Certificate (Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training) preferred
• Training in The Purposeful Use of Daily Life Events (DLE) and Training in Therapeutic Crisis Solutions (TCS) preferred
• Knowledge of Indigenous customs, traditions, and beliefs will be considered an asset.
• Valid Driver’s license is required for this position.


The Link is committed to the health and safety of its employees, people we serve, stakeholders, and the community. The Link requires proof of full vaccination against COVID-19, in a manner that is approved by Health Canada, as a condition of employment. (Accommodations will be made for those who are exempt from receiving the vaccine due to legitimate, established reasons in accordance with The Human Rights Code of Manitoba. In these cases, appropriate supporting documentation will be required.)


Posting End Date: until filled
Site: The Link: Youth and Family Services
Work Location: St-Pierre-Jolys, Winnipeg
FTE: Casual, Part Time and Full Time
Anticipated Shift: Days; Evenings; Weekends
Daily Hours Worked: 8
Hourly Wage: $16-$18


Please visit to apply for this opportunity.
The Link is an equal opportunity employer, Indigenous people, women, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The Link is committed to developing and retaining a diverse workforce. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. For further information about our other employment and volunteer opportunities please visit:

If you have any other questions, please contact us and we would be happy to assist you!



Join a warm environment where linguistic, family, cultural and spiritual values are of paramount importance, Villa Youville has a body of approximately 125 highly competent, but also compassionate and generous employees. Our staff is complemented by a huge team of volunteers.


About the role & benefits:

  • 10 new permanent HCA job postings for our Supportive Housing care team
  • Great, friendly work environment, serving seniors in a very heart warming and personally satisfying field.
  • $17.73 – $21.59
  • Salaries and benefits as per MGEU union.


Ideal Candidate:

  • Fluency in French (an asset)
  • Health care aide certificate from a recognized college/program completed or in progress an asset.
  • Physical and emotional health to meet the requirements of the position
  • Fully immunized against COVID-19 is mandatory
  • Adherence to personal protective equipment protocols is mandatory
  • Ability and interest in working with seniors with dementia and/or physical disabilities
  • Current certification in choking response
  • Current certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation an asset
  • Current certification in crisis intervention (CPI) preferred
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships
  • Recent experience in a related field an asset


How to apply:

Apply online on an english form; 

or contact Camyle Jolicoeur – Administrative Secretary, (204) 422-5624 ext.201

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at 204-712-3200 or