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Student - Travel Counsellor ID: 57908

Deadline Date: 2019/04/28

Location: Thunder Bay

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Tourism Information Advisor and Guide ID: 58252

Deadline Date: 2019/07/01

Location: Thunder Bay

Successful applicants will conduct tours of the Icebreaker Alexander Henry at the Pool Six docking site. Duties will include tours, light maintenance of the site such as making sure site is clean. Taking admissions, providing historical information to guests, collecting and analysis of tourism numbers and develop a practical assessment to drive further interpretative programming.

Wellness Coordinator ID: 58282

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: St George

Being a nurse is more than just a job to you. You treat people with respect, compassion and empathy. Your open nature makes people trust you and feel accepted in your role as the medical professional at camp. You enjoy working with youth and look forward to the idea of nursing in a non-clinical setting. If this sounds like you, consider an opportunity as a Wellness Coordinator with the Tim Horton Memorial Camp.

Challenge Course Facilitator ID: 58283

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: St George

You guide a group through experiences. You take them through the thoughts, feelings, or actions related to those experiences. You help the group draw out their own understanding of their camp experience and the ways to use this knowledge when they return home. Your presence as a facilitator provides an environment where campers learn and grow and always feel safe; physically and emotionally. If this sounds like you, consider an opportunity as a Challenge Course Facilitator with the Tim Horton Camps.

Waterfront Facilitator ID: 58286

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: St George

You guide a group through experiences. You take them through the thoughts, feelings, or actions related to those experiences. You help the group draw out their own understanding of their camp experience and the ways to use this knowledge when they return home. Your presence as a facilitator provides an environment where campers learn and grow and always feel safe; physically and emotionally.

Camp Counsellor ID: 58287

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: St George

You remember what it was like growing up. You remember the people who made an impact on your life and you want to be that someone for young people. You are looking for a challenging role that will be extremely rewarding. You will lead and mentor youth from low-income families through a remarkable summer camp program.

Lead Wilderness Counsellor ID: 58295

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: St George

You thrive in the wilderness. Your experience with wilderness tripping has given you skills that allow you to lead multi-day experiences. You are looking for a challenging role that will be extremely rewarding. You will lead and mentor youth from low-income families in a wilderness setting through a remarkable summer camp program.

Wilderness Lodge Worker ID: 58464

Deadline Date: 2019/05/05

Location: Armstrong

Wabakimi Wilderness Park is a huge expanse of unspoiled wilderness representing the best representations of boreal forests. Wabakimi Outfitters is a family business that is the only full service outfitter to Wabakimi.

Summer Youth Program (SYP) Lead ID: 58466

Deadline Date: 2019/05/13

Location: Ottawa

The Metis Nation of Ontario (MNO) has been providing the opportunity for our Metis youth to learn more about the MNO, our culture, programs and services for several years through summer programs. Youth in many of our communities have been able to share their knowledge and skills through presentations, demonstrations and workshops throughout Ontario. We are again seeking enthusiastic, responsible and knowledgeable Metis youth to fill the positions of Summer Youth Program Leads (SYPL) in 12 locations in Ontario. The SYPL positions are unique as they focus on leading and motivating the SYP Facilitators. This is an excellent opportunity to collaborate with MNO staff programs and local Metis Community Councils in order to present and provide historical Metis cultural activities. Attending local events and training will require travel. This position reports to the Supervisor Education and Training under the direction of the Labour Market Manager.

Apostle Islands Sea Kayak Guide/Assistant ID: 58587

Deadline Date: 2019/05/29

Location: Bayfield

Come check out the South side of Lake Superior! Guide kayaking & camping adventures among the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore! Get experience educating groups of kids and folks of all ages & abilities. Offer them knowledge of kayaking, local history, geology, culture and provide them a rich diverse outdoor experience on beautiful Lake Superior.

Part-Time Junior Accountant Position ID: 58679

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: Thunder Bay

Are you currently at a local university and looking for part-time accounting experience? We have immediate openings in our Accounting group for individuals who want to gain practical accounting experience on a part-time basis.

Summer Art Camp Instructor at the Thunder Bay Art ID: 58691

Deadline Date: 2019/04/26

Location: Thunder Bay

The Thunder Bay Art Gallery is hiring two Summer Art Camp Instructors to prepare and deliver arts programming for children ages 5-12. Under the guidance and supervision of the Education Coordinator, Summer Art Camp Instructors work together to plan, organize, and facilitate Summer Art Camps at the Gallery. This is a summer student position running from June 17th-August 30th 2019.

Cook ID: 58707

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: Thunder Bay

Seeking a cook for 3 weeks during the month of July 2019. This position would provide meals for 25 - 40 campers and staff at Aurora Lutheran Bible Camp. Preference would be for staff to stay at the camp from Sunday evening to late Friday afternoon each week. Free room and board during camp weeks provided.

River Clean Up Crew-LRCA ID: 58725

Deadline Date: 2019/04/29

Location: Thunder Bay

The employee will assist in cleaning up local rivers and Conservation Areas. Duties will include grass cutting, removing trees, shopping carts and other debris from waterways.

Duration: 14 weeks - May 21, 2019 to August 23, 2019

Hours: Full time, 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday 

Conservation Area Labourers-LRCA ID: 58726

Deadline Date: 2019/04/29

Location: Thunder Bay

The employee will assist in the maintenance and minor development of local Conservation Areas. Duties will include grass cutting, painting, trail maintenance and general facility maintenance.

Duration: 15 weeks - May 21, 2019 to August 30, 2019 Hours: Full time, 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday 

Team Lead ID: 58735

Deadline Date: 2019/04/26

Location: Kenora

Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger  Team Lead Job Specification: Duration: 14 weeks, late May to August Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00am 5:00pm Salary: $22.34/hour Purpose of Position: As the Team Lead of one of the Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger (SYR) Teams, under the general supervision of the Resource Management Supervisor (Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry) and the Program Coordinator. Your duties are to provide group leadership to meet the SYR Program guidelines and to assist the Program Coordinator in researching, identifying, organizing and implementing the SYR Program activities. Duties / Responsibilities: Provide supervision, motivation and guidance while acting as the crew leader for a group of 1 Assistant Team Lead and 4 Rangers; assign and monitor staff duties. Lead the implementation of the SYR project schedule, including identifying, researching and coordinating educational opportunities that meet provincial standards.  Ensure timely communication with internal and external partners in coordinating projects, educational opportunities and SYR program events.  Supervise completion of weekly articles, outreach materials (E.g. taking photos, weekly posters, final video), and maintenance or computer database.  Assist in promotion of program by taking photos of crews engaged in work. Assist with training Rangers and look for professional development opportunities such as: on the job training, planned lectures, tours and providing additional educational resources as required.  Maintain SYR program equipment and ensure compliance with Ontario Health and Safety standards.  Assist with administrative matters such as completion of safety plan documents (E.g. Hazard and Risk Assessment (HIRAs).  Complete SYR Human Resources documentation, written performance evaluations and a Final Report on the SYR program for the Kenora District.  Assess and identify potential conflicts and develop and make recommendations to the Program Coordinator. Knowledge:  Of ministry and government related policies, directives, guidelines and legislation (e.g. WOHP, WHMIS, Respectful Workplace Policy, Stewardship Youth Ranger Guidelines, Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations).  Of principles of supervision of staff and ability to assist with administration for work/education projects for the SYRs. Projects should focus on natural resources subjects, as well as ensuring the effective development and timely delivery of work and educational projects.  Ecological sustainability principles and practices required to organize and conduct SYRs work and learning activities. These activities support ministry core business activities such as spawning bed rehabilitation, tree planting, canoe route, and Ontario Provincial Park maintenance and operations.  Of group dynamics and team building to create a productive and stimulating work environment for the SYRs; knowledge of conflict resolution strategies.  Of personal computers/software including electronic mail, word processing, spreadsheets, etc.).  Of tools and equipment such as hand saws, hammers, and tree planting shovels to train SYRs in their proper use to complete work tasks in compliance with Health and Safety standards. Qualifications:  Demonstrated leadership skills and experience working with a team.  Strong interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills (ie: assist in preparing articles for newspapers and media releases on team activities throughout the season).  Organizational and planning skills to stimulate projects, establish priorities and meet deadlines.  Ability to take initiative and be self-motivated to complete tasks in an independent manor, seeking guidance and direction appropriately.  Physical ability to carry out the demands of the position. An interest in pursuing post-secondary education and/or a career in natural resource management would be an asset. Mandatory Requirements: Valid Class GDrivers License You hold or can obtain a Valid Standard First Aid Certificate  You hold or can obtain a Pleasure Craft Operators Card (PCOC)  You hold or can obtain Ontario Recreational Canoeing and Kayaking Association Certificate (ORCKA)

Assistant Team Lead ID: 58737

Deadline Date: 2019/04/26

Location: Kenora

Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger  Assistant Team Lead Job Specification: Duration: 9 weeks, June to August Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00am - 5:00pm Salary: $14.85/hour Purpose of Position: As the Assistant Team Lead of one of the Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger (SYR) Teams, you will be under the general supervision of the Resource Management Supervisor, Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (MNRF) and Program Coordinator. Your duties are to assist the Team Lead to provide group leadership for a variety of technical requirements and program responsibilities associated with the day-to-day operation of the Youth Rangers team. Duties / Responsibilities: 

Providing group leadership, motivation and guidance to the Rangers on the worksites.

Assisting the Team Lead to ensure that workers take precautions to protect the health and safety of themselves and others by complying with such acts, codes, policies, procedures or accepted workplace practices as may be appropriate.

Occasionally acting in the Team Lead role with appropriate supervision/support from the Team Lead, Program Coordinator or Partnership Specialist.

Assisting in the preparation of work plans, and in the full implementation of approved work programs. 

Assisting in researching and identifying learning opportunities.

Ensuring effective communication with internal MNRF staff, external partners and members of the public to coordinate the implementation and completion of stewardship projects and public outreach/education initiatives. 

Assist in taking photos of crews engaging in work.

Working in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations and any workplace practices as directed by the employer. 

Advising workers of actual and potential dangers in the workplace and the required precautions. 

Performing strenuous tasks outdoors, often over rough terrain and in adverse weather conditions.

Assisting in other ministry program areas as required. Knowledge: 

Of local flora (plants) and fauna (animal life), leadership, environmental issues, natural resource management, and environmental stewardship. 

Of computers/software including word processing and electronic mail. 

Of safe work practices, canoe tripping, camping, navigation/orienteering and outdoor activities. Qualifications: 

Demonstrated leadership skills and experience working with a team. 

Strong interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills (ie: assist in preparing articles for newspapers and media releases on team activities throughout the season). 

Organizational and planning skills to stimulate projects, establish priorities and meet deadlines. 

Ability to take initiative and be self-motivated to complete tasks in an independent manor, seeking guidance and direction appropriately. 

Physical ability to carry out the demands of the position. Experience in natural resource management, leadership, the Stewardship Youth Ranger Program and/or other MNRF Youth Programs would be an asset. An interest in pursuing post-secondary education and/or a career in natural resource management would be an asset. Mandatory Requirements: 

You hold a valid Class G2Ontario drivers license 

You hold or can obtain a Valid Standard First Aid Certificate

You hold or can obtain a Pleasure Craft Operators Card (PCOC) 

You hold or can obtain Ontario Recreational Canoeing and Kayaking Association Certificate (ORCKA)

Assistant Team Lead ID: 58738

Deadline Date: 2019/04/26

Location: Fort Frances

Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger Assistant Team Lead Job Specification: Duration: 9 weeks, June to August Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00am - 5:00pm Salary: $14.85/hour Purpose of Position: As the Assistant Team Lead of one of the Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger (SYR) Teams, you will be under the general supervision of the Resource Management Supervisor, Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (MNRF) and Program Coordinator. Your duties are to assist the Team Lead to provide group leadership for a variety of technical requirements and program responsibilities associated with the day-to-day operation of the Youth Rangers team. Duties / Responsibilities: 

Providing group leadership, motivation and guidance to the Rangers on the worksites.

Assisting the Team Lead to ensure that workers take precautions to protect the health and safety of themselves and others by complying with such acts, codes, policies, procedures or accepted workplace practices as may be appropriate. 

Occasionally acting in the Team Lead role with appropriate supervision/support from the Team Lead, Program Coordinator or Partnership Specialist.

Assisting in the preparation of work plans, and in the full implementation of approved work programs.

Assisting in researching and identifying learning opportunities.

Ensuring effective communication with internal MNRF staff, external partners and members of the public to coordinate the implementation and completion of stewardship projects and public outreach/education initiatives. 

Assist in taking photos of crews engaging in work.
Working in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations and any workplace practices as directed by the employer. 

Advising workers of actual and potential dangers in the workplace and the required precautions. 

Performing strenuous tasks outdoors, often over rough terrain and in adverse weather conditions.

Assisting in other ministry program areas as required. Knowledge:

Of local flora (plants) and fauna (animal life), leadership, environmental issues, natural resource management, and environmental stewardship.

Of computers/software including word processing and electronic mail. 

Of safe work practices, canoe tripping, camping, navigation/orienteering and outdoor activities. Qualifications: 

Demonstrated leadership skills and experience working with a team.

Strong interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills (ie: assist in preparing articles for newspapers and media releases on team activities throughout the season). 

Organizational and planning skills to stimulate projects, establish priorities and meet deadlines. 

Ability to take initiative and be self-motivated to complete tasks in an independent manor, seeking guidance and direction appropriately. 

Physical ability to carry out the demands of the position. Experience in natural resource management, leadership, the Stewardship Youth Ranger Program and/or other MNRF Youth Programs would be an asset. An interest in pursuing post-secondary education and/or a career in natural resource management would be an asset. Mandatory Requirements: 

You hold a valid Class G2 Ontario drives license

You hold or can obtain a Valid Standard First Aid Certificate

You hold or can obtain a Pleasure Craft OperatorCard (PCOC)

You hold or can obtain Ontario Recreational Canoeing and Kayaking Association Certificate (ORCKA)

Summer Recreation Counsellor (Summer Student) ID: 58751

Deadline Date: 2019/04/24

Location: Kenora

Primary responsibilities of the Summer Recreation Counsellor Student position include but are not limited to: the organization and delivery of a recreation program(s) for children served by the Agency. This position supports the Agency in an administrative and frontline capacity to ensure that children in the community have access to recreational programs throughout the summer months. This is an excellent opportunity for the successful incumbents to build and enhance decision-making, problem solving and interpersonal skill sets.

Pavement Marking / Line Painting Crew ID: 58753

Deadline Date: 2019/04/30

Location: Thunder Bay

North-West Lines is a pavement marking contractor located in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Our operations cover the large region of Northwestern Ontario. Our work includes maintenance of existing markings and installation of new markings on provincial highways, municipal roads, parking lots, and runways. We are a dynamic company, striving for quality, innovation,and integrity in our management and operations. We are always looking for great employees that share our values and will help us meet our current goals and expand our operations. We will be looking to fill several vacant positions for summer students. Employees work an 11 on, 3 off bi-weekly shift with every other Friday - Sunday off. Long weekends include an additional day off. Employment start and end dates are flexible to accommodate your class schedules.

Team Lead - Stewardship Youth Ranger Program ID: 58761

Deadline Date: 2019/04/24

Location: Fort Frances

Purpose of Position: As Team Lead in the Ogimaa Binesiiyog Stewardship Youth Ranger Program, under the direct supervision of the Program Coordinator and the MNRF Partnership Specialist, you will provide group leadership to a team five Stewardship Youth Rangers (SYRs) on a variety of field projects from July 2nd to August 30th, 2019. You will research and identify learning opportunities and work projects, ensure the availability of required resources and ensure compliance with workplace safety regulations. You will follow the SYR Operations Manual and Guidelines to ensure that youth are given the opportunity to safely work outdoors, learn about environmental issues in their communities and acquire valuable skills and experience to launch their future careers.

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