Junior Accounting Technician

 

Specialize in serving the south east Manitoba business community with tax and business consulting services.

 

About the role & benefits:

  • Full time
  • 1 vacancy
  • Work environment promotes a balanced lifestyle
  • Letting you focus on your individual and professional growth.
  • We offer our employees health benefits, generous amount of vacation time and paid reduced work weeks in the summer months.
  • The salary is negotiable based on education and or experience.    

 

Ideal Candidate:

Looking for a candidate that has a post-secondary diploma in accounting and or some experience in the accounting/bookkeeping field.

 

Responsibilities:

Main tasks associated with this job will be preparation of financial statements, tax returns and bookkeeping.

 

How to apply:

Send your resume and cover letter to mnormandeau@provuecpa.ca before August 31, 2022.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 204-712-3200 or cerc@cerc-mb.ca and we would be happy to assist you.

    

 

Rural Municipality of De Salaberry
Employment Opportunity – Seasonal Excavator Operator

The R.M. of De Salaberry invites applications for the position of a full-time seasonal Excavator Operator

Qualifications:
• Ability to operate an excavator
• Ability to operate various vehicles and equipment
• Ability to use tools and equipment required to perform the work
• Able to work in an outdoor setting which includes inclement weather, heat and humidity and exposure to dust and rain.
• Must be able to work overtime and weekends, if required
• Must have a strong work ethic, ensuring commitment to the team and the RM
• Must be able to work with little supervision; must be self-directed
• Safety conscious
• Other duties as assigned

Interested candidates are requested to submit a resume (via-fax, email, or mail) to the RM of De Salaberry as soon as possible. Only the successful candidates will be contacted. Please indicate “Seasonal Excavator Operator”.

Only those considered for employment will be contacted.

Applicants will be required to present a current driver’s abstract to the job interview.

Experience:

Excavator Operator: 2 years (Required)

License:

• Class 5 Drivers License (Required)
• Class 1 Drivers License (Asset)

Apply to:

RM of De Salaberry
Attention CAO
Box 40
St. Pierre-Jolys, MB R0A 1V0
Email: info@rmdesalaberry.mb.ca
Fax: 204-433-7063

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our staff and we would be happy to assist you!

204-712-3200

cerc@cerc-mb.ca

 

ABOUT THE LINK: YOUTH AND FAMILY SUPPORTS

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.

 

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY:

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.

 

EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

• 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 https://thelinkmb.easyapply.co/ 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:

https://thelinkmb.easyapply.co

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

204-712-3200

cerc@cerc-mb.ca

 

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; https://villayouville.ca/emplois/comment-postuler/job-application/?lang=en 

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 cerc@cerc-mb.ca

 

 

About Talbot & Associates

Talbot & Associates exists to give our clients true peace of mind and our team members the opportunity to live their dreams (and have fun doing it). We are passionate about helping clients uncover new opportunities to reach greater levels of success. Founded in 1987, T&A has been serving Manitobans for over 35 years. With locations in Ashern, Birtle, Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Steinbach, Stonewall, and Winnipeg (St. Norbert & St. Boniface), our team of over 70+ staff offers a wide range of services steeped in decades of combined experience from varying backgrounds. All of our services are carried out in a professional, easy to understand, and prompt fashion. Learn more about us at www.talbotcpa.ca.

 

About the role:

  • Talbot & Associates is a dynamic and fun work environment that offers tremendous growth to each team member
    and unparalleled wealth of knowledge and experience for our clients.
  • Full time
  • Working in both St. Norbert & Steinbach area

 

Ideal Candidate:

  • Have good basic accounting knowledge.
  • Be knowledgeable with tax and accounting software (Adagio, Simply Accounting, Quick Books, CaseWare,
    Caseview).
  • Proficiency in learning new software.
  • Have strong team player and time management skills and be able to perform well under pressure.
  • Be personable, organized, motivated, and friendly.
  • Be customer service oriented, assisting our clients to achieve financial success and peace of mind.
  • Personal and corporate tax experience would be a great asset but is not required.
  • Being bilingual (French/English) would be a great asset but is not required.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Bookkeeping, including preparation of monthly, quarterly, and yearly financial statements.
  • Preparation of GST/PST returns.
  • Preparation of both personal and corporate tax returns.
  • Reconciling accounts.
  • Posting journal entries.
  • Preparing supporting documentation.
  • Assisting senior accountants with their daily responsibilities.
  • Other duties as required and as assigned.

 

How to apply:

Please forward your resume to:

  • Valérie Chaput
    Director of Human Resources
    Talbot & Associates
    3553 Pembina Hwy. Winnipeg MB R3V 1A5
    431.441.5328 | val.chaput@talbotcpa.ca

If you have any further questions, please contact us at 204-712-3200 or cerc@cerc-mb.ca and would be more than happy to assist you!

 

The Village of St. Pierre-Jolys is seeking a qualified and experienced individual to fill the position of Development, Planning & Communications Clerk

 

About the role:

  • Preferences will be given to applicants with Municipal experience and to who have been enrolled or completed the CMMA Program through the University of Manitoba (or similar administrative program).
  • The right candidate can expect a comprehensive salary and benefits package.
  • Ability to be available for work after hours for meetings

 

Ideal Candidate:

  • Experience in a Municipal Position an asset;
  • MUST be bilingual;
  • Proficient in the use of English & French both verbally and written
  • Successful completion of Secondary School (Grade 12) Education
  • Working knowledge of social media platforms;
  • Knowledge of basic bookkeeping procedures skills is an asset;
  • Ability to be available for work after hours for meetings;
  • Ability to work in a high paced office environment with high degree of specialized customer focus where there are interruptions, noise and adjustments to work schedules
  • Demonstrated experience in all bilingual secretarial functions using (but not limited to Microsoft Office software applications;
  • Working knowledge of MuniSight, All-Net an asset;
  • Able to work cooperatively with others to produce innovative solutions;
  • The ability to work alone, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment.

 

Responsibilities:

Job Description is available on request at the Municipal Office;

701 Jolys Avenue East, or;

on our website: https://www.villagestpierrejolys.ca/p/employment-opportunities

 

How to apply:

If you believe this is the position for you please submit your resume today, in strictest confidence to:

  • In Person to the Municipal Office at 701 Jolys Avenue East
  • By mail to Box 218, St. Pierre-Jolys, MB R0A 1V0
  • By email to cao@villagestpierrejolys.ca

All Envelopes marked “APPLICATION – Development, Planning & Communications Clerk

ATTN: Tina Bubenzer

*PLEASE CALL AND CONFIRM RECEIPT OF YOUR APPLICATION*

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 14, 2022 by 3 p.m. no application accepted after 3 p.m.

If you need any further assistance, please contact us at:

204-712-3200

cerc@cerc-mb.ca

 

 

Initiatives for Just Communities (IJC) is a non-profit, charitable organization that operates four community justice programs: El’dad Ranch, Touchstone, Open Circle, and CoSA. These programs support people with intellectual disabilities, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), and those who are currently, or have been previously, incarcerated. IJC is committed to restorative justice practices, which honour the community and foster a sense of belonging.

IJC supports many Indigenous and culturally diverse participants. As an organization, we acknowledge our need to strive toward a workforce that is a representation of the communities we serve. We value diversity and aim to foster an inclusive work culture where everyone’s contributions and personal development matter.

El’dad Ranch is a growing, dynamic, innovative program of Initiatives for Just Communities. With over 100 employees, El’dad provides opportunities to contribute and develop within the organization, fostering a work environment where individuals can make a positive difference in the lives of others.

El’dad Day Program provides group work, one-to-one support, and mentorship for multiple individuals. We Support participants to achieve life skills, education, and vocational training for men and women with intellectual disabilities.

 

About the role :

  • 75 hours biweekly
  • Day Shifts: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
  • Mondays to Fridays
  • $14.45 – $17.36 per hour
  • There will be a three-month probationary period based on accumulated FTE.
  • Full-time, hourly position.

Benefits include:

  • IJC group benefits package after the probation period.
  • Employee and Family Assistance Services.
  • Paid Sick Leave.

 

Ideal Candidate:

Expectations:

  • Respect confidentiality throughout the programs.
  • Work and communicate successfully in a team setting.
  • Make independent decisions within the general framework of program policies.
  • Work collaborative and respectfully and provide direction to a diverse team.
  • Work collaboratively with individuals representing various cultures, ideals, values, and belief systems.
  • Exercise patience and flexibility.

Qualifications:

  • Ascribe to and support the mission and vision of the programs of IJC.
  • Communicate and implement the IJC vision.
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license and driver’s abstract.
  • Complete a criminal record check, with a vulnerable sector check and an adult and child abuse registry check.

Required Skills:

  • Grade 10 English level skills including interpersonal, oral, and written communication.
  • Basic computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • First Aid/ CPR is a requirement and offered by IJC/El’dad Ranch upon hiring.
  • Able to work on their feet and able to lift up to 50 lbs frequently

Assets:

  • Think critically and problem-solve independently.
  • Experience or education working in the social services field.
  • Strong planning and organizational skills.
  • Ability to understand the perspective of people who have intellectual challenges.
  • Basic knowledge in gardening, cooking, cleaning, woodlot operations, operating equipment, craft, painting, etc.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support participants in developing life skills and achieving personal goals.
  • Build a positive relationship with program participants.
  • Support participants’ needs while assisting with the development and implementation of vocational training programs.
  • Ensure the health and safety of program participants
  • Assess risk and set safe & appropriate boundaries.
  • Provide daily feedback and coach participants.
  • Train and support participants in the operation, maintenance and safe use of equipment.
  • Work together with participants in a variety of skill-building projects
  • Daily maintenance of equipment.
  • Complete all required written documentation with accuracy, objectivity, and timely fashion.

 

How to apply:

Apply by email to resumes@initiativesjc.org. Please refer to DP DSW Recruitment in the email title.

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

204-712-3200

cerc@cerc-mb.ca

 

FLG Transport Ltd. is seeking a Class 1 Driver for schedule runs: Winnipeg to Wisconsin, twice a week

Requirements:
-Must possess a Class 1 Drivers License with air brake endorsement
-Must have clean drivers abstract
-18 months of road experience
-Must be able to drive in the USA (Fast card a definite asset for Canada-US runs)
-Must abide by E-logs
-Run a new Kenworth 2022 T-680 truck with fridge, microwave, and inverter with 12 speed automatic transmission
-Must be able to communicate fluently in English (Speaking, reading, and writing)

Group insurance available
Payroll is done by direct deposit twice a month

Please email your resume to:

fgskidoo@hotmail.com

 

Parks and recreation programs provide places for health and well-being that are accessible by persons of all ages and abilities, especially to those with disabilities.

 

About the role:

  • Responsible for performing duties related to the operation and maintenance of the Village Municipal Recreation facilities
  • Minimum of 40 hours a week
  • Evenings and weekends depending on season

 

Ideal Candidate:

Skills and Competencies:

Technical skills – knowledge of basic machinery, equipment, and vehicle operation.

Communication Skills – ability to express themselves clearly and respectfully in conversations and interactions with public, staff and council members, ability to use a computer and have experience with Outlook and other programs. Bilingual an asset.

Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills – ability to tackle a problem by using a logical and systemic approach; ability to read and follow manuals; ability to manage time and tasks for themselves and for their staff

Interpersonal Skills – ability to work co-operatively with others; ability to responsibly work independently; ability to promote a positive workplace.  Ability to adjust to a variety of jobs and tasks as needed.

Community Building Skills – demonstrate a dedication to the job and the community.  Demonstrates the willingness to flex their hours to accommodate ice rentals.  Ability to focus on the desired result of their work and seize positive opportunities.

Personal Attributes:

  • Demonstrate sound work ethic
  • Ability to work under physically strenuous conditions that include lifting and pulling and must handle these activities with the proper health and safety measures
  • Willingness to work under a variety of conditions including cold weather and take all necessary precautions to protect themselves from these conditions.
  • Ability to work independently and manage time.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum grade 12 education
  • Valid Manitoba Class 5 Drivers Licence
  • Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check
  • First Aid / CPR an asset
  • Equipment Operator Experience an Asset
  • Valid Class 3 Drivers Licence and or Class 5 with Air Endorsement an asset
  • Level 1 Refrigeration an asset
  • Parks & Recreation and or Arena experience an asset
  • Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in building and grounds maintenance, and equipment maintenance.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs and Outlook an asset
  • Bilingual (French & English) an Asset

 

Responsibilities:

  • Prep and maintain ice surfaces at the arena.
  • Maintain all hall equipment and ensure proper set up and take down for events.
  • Ensure that all cleaning and sanitizing is completed as needed and as per procedure and policies.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work area and ensure overall cleanliness of facilities, both interior and exterior including parking lot.
  • Ensure that all decisions and actions comply with the relevant legislation, by-laws, policies and procedures.
  • Report to the Parks & Recreation Facility Operator
  • Ensure that all safety procedures and standards are followed.
  • Keep Parks & Recreation Facility Operator updated on the happenings of the Recreation Center and parks.
  • Perform tasks associated with seasonal operations of facility and grounds including outdoor skating rinks, pathway, sport grounds, and playground equipment, splash pad, etc.
  • Handles some communications as they relate to facility rentals in a respectful and responsible way.
  • Under the advisement of the Parks & Recreation Facility Operator, answers public requests, inquiries and or complaints, ensuring a high standard of service to public and keeps Parks & Recreation Facility Operator updated.
  • Ensure that vending machines are stocked and cleaned regularly.
  • Keep track of schedules for ice times for all minor hockey, public skating, public hockey, baseball, slo-pitch, and camping under the advisement of the Parks & Recreation Facility Operator.
  • Performs routine checks, servicing, cleaning, and basic maintenance of equipment within the department.
  • Responds to emergency situations after normal working hours, assess the need for mobilizing equipment and manpower needed to address the situation in an expedient and cost-effective manner.
  • Assist with ice installation, maintenance and removal.
  • Operates and maintains the overall facility equipment.
  • Operates and monitors refrigeration plant, following all regulations and safety procedures.
  • Recommends new initiatives, changes to programs/services, or changes that will improve efficiency or service delivery.
  • If required during off-season, works under the direction of the Public Works Foreman to help maintain Parc Carillon.
  • Collects weekly water samples in facilities.
  • Operates equipment such as skid steer, lawnmowers, Zamboni, etc.
  • Some cash handling required.
  • Other duties as assigned

 

How to apply:

Email, mail, drop off :

Box 218, St-Pierre-Jolys, MB R0A 1V0

For drop off or mail please put in a sealed envelope and mark ATTN: CAO

Email: cao@villagestpierrejolys.ca

If you have any further questions, contact us at :

204-712-3200

cerc@cerc-mb.ca

Catellier Automotive Ltd. is dedicated to providing fast and amazing service to all Manitobans.

When you come to Catellier Automotive Ltd. you can trust that your vehicle will be in the hands

of a certified mechanic.

 

About the role:

  • Full time

 

Ideal Candidate:

  • Previous auto experience preferred
  • Must have steel toe shoes/boots
  • Must be able to bend, climb, lift 50 lbs, reach overhead, balance, push, pull etc
  • Be a team player and sometimes work independently
  • Must have understanding of automotive trade
  • Manitoba Class 5 license and reliable transportation
  • Good listening skills and willing to learn from experienced mechanic
  • Must have EXCELLENT work/school attendance and POSITIVE ATTITUDE
  • Wages to be negotiated

 

How to apply:

Apply by calling Eloi at Catellier Automotive @204-433-3111 or by emailing catellierautomotive@gmail.com referencing full time mechanic helper position’ or dropping it off in person.

Contact us if you have any questions or need anymore assistance.

204-712-3200

cerc@cerc-mb.ca