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Kindly distribute to those that may be interested in the attached position.  literacy-program-coordinator
Many thanks!
Sonja Harkness
Executive Director & Literacy Outreach Coordinator
Fort St. John Literacy Society
10142 101 Avenue
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 4H7

FYI – Kelowna’s Chamber is looking for a new Executive Director.

Please forward this job opportunity to those who may be interested.


Subject: Tim Horton’s Children’s Foundation – Summer Camp Counselor

Happy Monday!!  2017-thcf-seasonal-program-002  so-you-want-to-be-a-counsellor

Hope you had a fantastic weekend.

I’m sure you all had the pleasure of meeting Carla (Gypsy), the Program Coordinator at the Tim Horton’s Kananaskis Camp during training.

Carla is very keen to diversify the staff working at the camp this summer and thought it might be useful for us to circulate the job description. Feel free to share it with any youth (18+)you think might be a good fit (I’m thinking in particular any youth who were summer staff/youth workers last year). The job description, as well as a ‘day in the life of a counsellor’ is attached. There is an online application process but Carla is happy for people to get in touch with her directly, so she can support them through the application process. Her email is carla.mcgruer@thcf.com

Thanks everyone,



Right To Play

Subject: CN Rail opportunity.

Hi there,

This was sent to me today, passing along to you guys.

Dear Employment & Training Coordinators,

If you have any clients who are interested in pursuing a career with CN Rail as a Conductor, please have them

contact me at (250) 561-1199.

This an excellent career opportunity for those that are committed and have excellent workplace ethics.

Please note that CN will provide the training for the conductors.

A job positing follows, some of the main qualifications are:

  • Grade 12 or GED
  • Class 5 Drivers License
  • Physically fit
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Available 24/7

Auto req ID 7091BR

Posting title Conductor (Freight Trainperson)

Position profile *Creating Pools of Conductor Candidates*


Every year, CN moves about $250 billion of goods across its nearly 20,000-mile network. And it takes a dedicated team of railroaders to help get our freight to destination safely.

Conductors work as members of two or three person train crews and perform duties associated with the movement of trains, rail cars, and locomotives in rail yards and on the road. They coordinate the assembly of trains and execute any ground work outside the locomotive cab while in the yard or en-route (ex: operating track switches, picking up rail cars, making emergency repairs, etc.).


Railroading is a 24/7 business and that doesn’t scare you; you enjoy working different shifts and being outdoors.

Most importantly, you walk the talk when it comes to safety. With such big equipment comes even bigger responsibility, and you can be counted on to keep yourself and those around you safe.


The statements in this section are essential job functions that an employee must be able to perform with or without accommodations in order to achieve the objectives of the Conductor job.

  • Ensuring compliance with all train orders, signals, railroad rules and regulations related to safety and operations
  • Providing and receiving various forms of oral and printed instructions concerning the movement and placement of rail cars
  • Assembling/dismantling trains in the rail yard, and picking up/setting off rail cars en-route
  • Observing, interpreting, and relaying signals to ensure safe train and locomotive movement
  • Operating track switches to change locomotive and rail car routes
  • Inspecting the condition of a train and equipment
  • Making effective decisions when in unfamiliar locations or emergency situations
  • Communicating effectively with the Rail Traffic Control centre, other train crews and other departments on a regular basis via handheld radio


Successful applicants will participate in an intensive paid training program that includes 7 weeks (5 weeks classroom and 2 weeks field training) at the CN Campus in Winnipeg, MB. Expenses related to transportation, accommodation and meals while in Winnipeg are covered by the company.

After these initial 7 weeks, candidates will complete a minimum of 45 trips as an extra person on a crew to enhance their knowledge and skills. Successful completion of the entire training program is mandatory in order to work as a Conductor, and includes written exams and field training (including physical requirements).


  • Working a flexible schedule with regular and predictable attendance, in line with the 24/7 railroading environment (includes night, weekend, holiday work hours, some overtime, and being away from home for extended periods of time)
  • Pushing, pulling, lifting and carrying up to 90 pounds
  • Working outdoors in varying weather and environmental conditions
  • Operating various devices on rail cars and locomotives, such as uncoupling levers and handbrakes
  • Climbing on and off ladders of moving rail cars
  • Grasping and holding objects while riding the side of a train
  • Walking for frequent extended periods
  • Bending, stooping, squatting, and kneeling frequently
  • Meeting medical fitness requirements for the position, including those established by the Railway Association of Canada, such as the ability to recognize and distinguish between the colors of signals


  • Writing and passing safety and rules exams. (Note: As per collective agreement, subsequent mandatory Locomotive Engineer qualification to retain seniority/employment.)
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Obtaining and maintaining Conductors Rule Card
  • Possessing and maintaining a valid driver’s license
  • Possessing and maintaining a passport allowing entry/re-entry to the Canada and the United States (in certain specific locations)
  • Proficiency in both oral and written communications


  • Completion of college or vocational/technical school and/or Freight Conductor experience
  • Relevant work experience in similar working conditions or regulatory/safety environment

City Prince George

State/Province BC

Country Canada

Company CN


Mona Anatole


Good morning everyone:

I have attached an employment description for an Education Coordinator, for the Halfway River First Nation. posting-for-education-coordinator

Please share with your contact, or forward to potential candidates. You can contact Randy Orr, for further details. rorr@hrfn.ca , or by telephone 250-329-7408.


Penny St. Pierre
Navigator Initiative
New Relationship Trust
Cell: 250-793-2396

Subject: Positive Living North is Hiring! Dawson Creek, BC



Through a partnership arrangement with the Nawican Friendship Centre, Positive Living North is looking to interview exceptional candidates who are committed to ongoing personal and professional growth who are interested in a position as a full-time Outreach HIV/AIDS Educator position based in Dawson Creek, BC. This is a one year position to fill a maternity leave. If this is a position that may interest you, please see the full Job Posting and Job Description attached in the email.


Samantha McRae, BA

Outreach HIV/AIDS Educator / Education Coordinator

DCHRC Secretary

Positive Living North: No kheyoh t’sih’en t’sehena Society


1320 102 Avenue, Dawson Creek, BC V1G 2C6

Phone   250.782.5202 ext. 7

Cell      250.806.0583


APP Now Hiring B.C