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Pricing:

  • Non-Member Rate: $250.00 + HST
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  • 23 Oct 2020 9:53 AM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    Creative, outgoing and self-motivated person wanted:  An individual who has a proven track record in economic development.

    The Rainy River District is seeking a candidate to fill the position of the Economic Development Officer.  The successful applicant will be responsible for advancing strategic economic development initiatives.

    Preferences will be given to the candidates who have a minimum of three years’ experience related to economic development, business marketing, tourism or have proven experience working with rural communities.  The complete job description is available at the www.rrfdc.on.ca.

    Resumes including qualifications shall be received in sealed envelopes or by email to the undersigned.  Please mark “Economic Development Officer” on the outside of the sealed envelope or in the subject line of the email.  This candidate search will close on November 13, 2020.

    Salary Range: depending on qualifications and experience.

    Rainy River Future Development Corporation

    601 Mowat Avenue

    Fort Frances, ON

    P9A 1Z2

    geoff@rrfdc.on.ca

    We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.  Information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of candidate selection.

  • 22 Oct 2020 3:31 PM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    Occupational Health and Safety Inspector – Industrial

    Bring your health and safety experience and knowledge gained in industrial sectors and/or health care processes to this position with the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development.

    What can I expect to in this role?

    You will:

    • enforce the Occupational Health and Safety Act including the workplace harassment provisions and the Act's regulations that includes the Health Care and Residential Facilities Regulations
    • work with health and safety partners, workers, and union/management to promote safe work practices and working conditions with workers, unions and management through the Internal Responsibility System (IRS)
    • conduct comprehensive inspections and investigations, and write orders and reports
    • engage in enforcement activities including prosecutions

    Locations: Hamilton, Kitchener, London, Mississauga, Newmarket, North York, Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie, Scarborough, St. Catharines, Sudbury, Windsor

    How do I qualify?

    Mandatory

    • you have a class “G” driver's license or equivalent as recognized by the Province of Ontario
    • you have the ability to travel extensively, respond to after-hour calls, and work evenings and weekends as part of regular scheduled work
    • you have French language oral communication skills at the advanced level for designated bilingual positions

    Technical Knowledge:

    • you have working knowledge of, and practical experience in, a range of industrial settings and related workplaces/processes
    • you have working knowledge of a range of health and safety hazards and controls associated with mechanical processes, and chemical, biological and physical agents
    • you have working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and relevant regulations
    • you have knowledge of other policies, procedures, standards, or legislation relevant to the appropriate industrial sectors including, but not limited to, WHMIS, Designated Substances, Trades Qualifications and Apprenticeship Act, window cleaning, asbestos, etc. relevant to the program

    Analytical Skills:

    • you have the ability to enforce, interpret, apply, and explain legislation
    • you have experience conducting inspections and investigations including interviewing experience and experience handling evidence
    • you have reasoning, evaluative and analytical skills to interpret information, assess compliance with legislation, regulations, policies, procedures, or standards, and determine strategies/actions to be taken
    • knowledge of or experience with legal, court, or quasi-judicial procedures
    Communication and Interpersonal Skills:
    • you have well-developed communication skills to promote compliance, provide advice and consultation
    • you have the ability to accurately document and convey confidential and sensitive information with demonstrated experience in report writing
    • you have conflict resolution and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with, impact, and influence others to a logical or appropriate course of action
    • you can respect differing interests and conflicting priorities in possible emotional circumstances
    • you have the ability to tactfully and professionally deal with contentious and emotionally charged work situations

    Other Important Skills:

    • you have knowledge of or experience with computer information technology, computer databases, and business software applications
    • you have sound planning and organizational skills to co-ordinate own workload

    Salary range: $1,415.00 - $1,739.00 per week

    Additional Information

    Address:

    • 11 Permanent, 5001 Yonge St, North York, Toronto Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 10 Permanent, 1290 Central Pkwy W, Mississauga, Central Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 3 Permanent, 347 Preston St, Ottawa, East Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 5 Permanent, 17345 Leslie St, Newmarket, Central Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 4 Permanent, 4510 Rhodes Dr, Windsor, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 2 Permanent, 301 St Paul St, St Catharines, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 119 King St W, Hamilton, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 4273 King St E, Kitchener, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 3 Permanent, 217 York St, London, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 2 Permanent, 159 Cedar St, Sudbury, North Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 70 Foster Dr, Sault Ste Marie, North Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 2 Permanent, 2275 Midland Ave, Scarborough, Toronto Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Bilingual Permanent, 1290 Central Pkwy W, Mississauga, Central Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 3 Bilingual Permanent, 347 Preston St, Ottawa, East Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Bilingual Permanent, 4510 Rhodes Dr, Windsor, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Bilingual Permanent, 301 St Paul St, St Catharines, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Bilingual Permanent, 119 King St W, Hamilton, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Bilingual Permanent, 70 Foster Dr, Sault Ste Marie, North Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search

    Note:

    • This ad is also available in French.
    • In accordance with the Ontario Public Service (OPS), Employment Screening Checks Policy (ESCP), the top candidate(s) may be required to undergo a security screening check. Refer to the above to determine the screening checks that are required for this position.
    • Required security screening checks along with your written consent, will be sent to the Transition and Security Office (TSO), Talent Acquisition Branch (TAB), HR Service Delivery Division (HRSDD) to evaluate the results. If applicable, the TSO, with your written consent, will request and obtain any additional employment screening checks that were not obtained directly by you.
    • A record under the Criminal Code and/or other federal offence record(s) does not automatically mean you will be ineligible for the position. The employment screening check(s) will only be reviewed and evaluated by the TSO for the purpose of making a security clearance decision. The details of an individual's employment screening check(s) will be considered in specific relation to the duties and responsibilities of the position being filled. Employment screening check records will be maintained by the TSO and kept strictly confidential.
    • The information that you provide for the purpose of this competition and the results from this competition may be used to fill other positions These positions may be of various tenures including short-term assignments. Your information and the results from this competition will be retained for the purpose of filling vacancies in accordance with the applicable collective agreement or policy provisions.

    How to apply:

    • You are required to complete an application form. Please visit Ontario Government Website in order to download the application and obtain instructions on completing and submitting the application form.
    • Read the job description and information to make sure you understand this job.
    • OPS employees are required to quote their WIN EMPLOYEE ID number on the application form
    • If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please email and notify us at IndustrialatMLTSD@ontario.ca to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours.
    • For all enquiries, please email us at IndustrialatMLTSD@ontario.ca
    • Interviews may be held via use of technology (Skype, Zoom, Teams, etc) or in person where necessary

    Please be advised that the results of this competition may be used to form an eligibility list of qualified candidates to potentially fill future vacancies represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU). In accordance with the Collective Agreement, eligibility lists are shared with OPSEU representatives. By applying to this competition, you are providing consent that your name may be shared with OPSEU representatives.

    Collection of Information

    Your personal information is being collected and will be used to determine your qualifications for employment with the Ontario Public Service, and for recruitment modernization initiatives. OPS Careers is an authorized common service in accordance with s. 6 of the Ministry of Government Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.25 and this collection of personal information is necessary to the proper administration of OPS Careers.

    Please do not provide more personal information than what is asked of you. For example, do not include your social insurance number, photograph, or banking information, etc. with your application. We strongly encourage you not to provide us with information beyond that which is requested in the job posting.

    If you have any questions about the collection, use, disclosure, or retention of your personal information, please contact us.

    All external applicants (including former employees of the Ontario Public Service) applying to a competition in a ministry or Commission public body must disclose (either in the cover letter or resume) previous employment with the Ontario Public Service. Disclosure must include positions held, dates of employment and any active restrictions as applicable from being rehired by the Ontario Public Service. Active restrictions can include time and/or ministry-specific restrictions currently in force, and may preclude a former employee from being offered a position with the Ontario Public Service for a specific time period (e.g. one year), or from being offered a position with a specific ministry (either for a pre-determined time period or indefinitely). The circumstances around an employee's exit will be considered prior to an offer of employment.

    Remember: The deadline to apply is Friday, November 6, 2020 11:59 pm EST. Late applications will not be accepted.

    We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for further screening or an interview will be contacted.

    The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

    www.ontario.ca/careers

    ________________________________________

    Inspectrice ou inspecteur de la santé et de la sécurité dans l'industrie

    Nous vous invitons à envisager ce poste au ministère du Travail, de la Formation et du Développement des compétences où vous pourrez mettre à profit votre expérience et vos connaissances en matière de santé et de sécurité acquises dans le secteur industriel ou dans le domaine des processus de soins de santé.

    Quelles seront mes fonctions dans ce poste?

    Vous devrez :

    • faire appliquer la Loi sur la santé et la sécurité au travail, y compris les dispositions sur le harcèlement au travail et les règlements de la Loi, dont le Règlement sur les établissements d'hébergement et de soins de santé;
    • collaborer avec les partenaires de la santé et de la sécurité, les travailleurs, les travailleuses, les parties patronales et les parties syndicales à la promotion de pratiques et de conditions de travail sécuritaires auprès des travailleurs, des travailleuses, des parties patronales et des parties syndicales, à l'aide du système de responsabilité interne;
    • mener des inspections et des enquêtes approfondies, émettre des ordonnances et rédiger des rapports;
    • participer à des activités d'application de la loi, notamment à des poursuites.

    Lieux de travail : Hamilton, Kingston, London, Mississauga, Newmarket, North York, Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie, Scarborough, St. Catharines, Sudbury, Windsor

    À quelles exigences dois-je répondre?

    Obligatoire :

    • Permis de conduire de catégorie G, ou un équivalent reconnu par la province de l'Ontario.
    • Capacité d'effectuer de nombreux déplacements, de donner suite à des demandes reçues en dehors des heures de bureau et de travailler le soir et la fin de semaine dans le cadre des heures régulières.
    • Maîtrise du français oral de niveau avancé pour les postes désignés bilingues.

    Connaissances techniques :

    • Connaissance et expérience pratiques de divers milieux du secteur industriel ainsi que des lieux de travail et des processus connexes.
    • Connaissance pratique des divers risques pour la santé et la sécurité et des divers contrôles relatifs aux processus mécaniques et aux agents chimiques, biologiques et physiques.
    • Connaissance pratique de la Loi sur la santé et la sécurité au travail et des règlements applicables.
    • Connaissance des autres politiques, procédures, normes ou lois qui sont applicables au secteur industriel et qui sont pertinentes pour le programme, y compris en ce qui concerne le Système d'information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT), les substances désignées, la Loi sur la qualification professionnelle et l'apprentissage des gens de métier, le nettoyage des fenêtres et l'amiante.

    Compétences en analyse :

    • Capacité d'exécuter, d'interpréter, d'appliquer et d'expliquer des dispositions législatives.
    • Expérience des inspections et des enquêtes, y compris des entrevues et de la gestion des preuves.
    • Compétences en raisonnement, en évaluation et en analyse pour interpréter des renseignements, vérifier le respect des dispositions législatives, des règlements, des politiques, des procédures ou des normes et déterminer les stratégies et les mesures à adopter.
    • Connaissance ou expérience des procédures judiciaires ou quasi-judiciaires.

    Compétences en communication et en relations interpersonnelles :

    • Bonnes compétences en communication pour promouvoir la conformité et offrir des conseils et des services de consultation.
    • Capacité de consigner et de transmettre avec exactitude des renseignements confidentiels de nature délicate, et expérience probante de la rédaction de rapports.
    • Compétences en résolution de conflits et en relations interpersonnelles pour interagir efficacement avec les autres, ainsi que pour infléchir et influencer les actions de tiers en les amenant à prendre des mesures logiques ou appropriées.
    • Capacité de respecter les divergences d'intérêts et les priorités concurrentielles dans d'éventuelles circonstances émotionnelles.
    • Capacité de gérer des situations de travail contentieuses et émotionnelles avec tact et de façon professionnelle.

    Autres compétences importantes :

    • Connaissance ou expérience de l'informatique, des bases de données et des applications logicielles de gestion.
    • Solides compétences en planification et en organisation pour coordonner la charge de travail.

    Échelle salariale : 1 415,00 $ - 1 739,00 $ par semaine

    Renseignements supplémentaires

    Adresse :

    • 11 Permanent(s), 5001, rue Yonge, North York, Région Toronto, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 10 Permanent(s), 1290 route Central ouest, Mississauga, Région Centre, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 3 Permanent(s), 347, RUE PRESTON, Ottawa, Région Est, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 5 Permanent(s), 17345 Leslie St, Newmarket, Région Centre, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 4 Permanent(s), 4510 promenade Rhodes, Windsor, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 2 Permanent(s), 301 rue Saint Paul, St. Catharines, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 119 KING ST W, Hamilton, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 4273 King St E, Kitchener, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 3 Permanent(s), 217 rue York, London, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 2 Permanent(s), 159, rue Cedar, Sudbury, Région Nord, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 70 promenade Foster, Sault Ste. Marie, Région Nord, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 2 Permanent(s), 2275 avenue Midland, Scarborough, Région Toronto, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 bilingue Permanent(s), 1290 route Central ouest, Mississauga, Région Centre, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 3 bilingues Permanent(s), 347, RUE PRESTON, Ottawa, Région Est, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 bilingue Permanent(s), 4510 promenade Rhodes, Windsor, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 bilingue Permanent(s), 301 rue Saint Paul, St. Catharines, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 bilingue Permanent(s), 119 KING ST W, Hamilton, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 bilingue Permanent(s), 70 promenade Foster, Sault Ste. Marie, Région Nord, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux

    Note :

    • Cette offre d'emploi est également disponible en anglais.
    • Conformément à la Politique relative aux vérifications de sécurité du personnel de la fonction publique de l'Ontario, les meilleurs candidats pourraient être tenus de se soumettre à une enquête de sécurité générale. Reportez-vous à ce qui précède pour déterminer les vérifications de présélection nécessaires pour ce poste.
    • Les vérifications des antécédents du personnel requises, accompagnées de votre consentement écrit, seront envoyées au Bureau de la Sécurité et de la Transition (TSO), à la Direction de l'Acquisition de Talents (TAB), à la Division de la Prestation des Services de Ressources Humaines (RHDC) pour évaluer les résultats. Si nécessaire, le TSO, avec votre consentement écrit, demandera et obtiendra toute autre vérification des antécédents additionnels que vous n'auriez pas obtenue directement.
    • Un casier judiciaire pour une infraction au Code criminel ou une autre infraction fédérale ne signifie pas automatiquement que vous ne serez pas admissible au poste. Le BTS examinera et évaluera les vérifications de sécurité uniquement aux fins de la prise d'une décision au sujet de l'attestation de sécurité. Les détails des vérifications de sécurité seront pris en considération en fonction des fonctions et responsabilités propres au poste à pourvoir. Les dossiers de vérification de l'emploi seront conservés par le BTS dans la plus stricte confidentialité.
    • Les renseignements que vous fournissez dans le cadre de ce concours et les résultats du concours peuvent servir à pourvoir d'autres postes. Les postes sont de durée diverse et comprennent notamment des affectations de courte durée. Ces renseignements et résultats seront conservés afin de pourvoir les postes vacants conformément aux dispositions de la convention collective ou de la politique applicable

    Comment postuler :

    • Vous devez remplir un formulaire de demande. Veuillez consulter le site Web du ministère du Travail  afin de télécharger le formulaire de demande et de connaître les consignes sur la façon de le remplir et de le transmettre.
    • Lisez la description de l'emploi afin de bien comprendre en quoi consiste le poste.
    • Les membres de la FPO doivent indiquer leur numéro d'employé RIRH (WIN Employee ID Number) lorsqu'ils présentent leur candidature à un poste.
    • Si vous avez besoin que l’on prenne des mesures d’adaptation qui vous permettront de participer au processus de recrutement, veuillez communiquer avec nous au IndustrialatMLTSD@ontario.ca et nous fournir vos coordonnées. Le personnel des Services de recrutement communiquera avec vous dans les 48 heures.
    • Pour toute demande, veuillez communiquer avec nous par courriel au IndustrialatMLTSD@ontario.ca
    • Les entretiens peuvent avoir lieu via l'utilisation de la technologie (Skype, Zoom, Teams, etc.) ou en personne si nécessaire.

    Sachez que les résultats de ce concours pourraient servir à établir une liste d'admissibilité de candidats qualifiés à occuper de futurs postes vacants, représentés par le Syndicat des employés de la fonction publique de l'Ontario (SEFPO). Conformément à la convention collective, les listes d'admissibilité sont partagées avec les représentants du SEFPO. En participant à ce concours, vous consentez à transmettre votre nom aux représentants du SEFPO.

    Collecte de renseignements

    Vos renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vue de servir à évaluer vos qualifications dans le cadre d'un emploi dans la fonction publique de l'Ontario et des initiatives de modernisation du recrutement. Carrières FPO est un service commun autorisé conformément à l'article 6 de la Loi sur le ministère des Services gouvernementaux, L.R.O. 1990, chap. M.25. Cette collecte de renseignements personnels est nécessaire à la bonne gestion de Carrières FPO.

    Ne donnez pas plus de renseignements personnels que ceux qui sont demandés dans l'offre d'emploi. Par exemple, ne fournissez pas votre numéro d'assurance sociale, vos coordonnées bancaires, votre photographie, etc. avec votre demande. Nous vous encourageons vivement à ne pas nous fournir d'informations au-delà de celles qui sont demandées dans l'offre d'emploi.

    Si vous avez des questions concernant la collecte, l'utilisation, la divulgation ou la conservation de vos renseignements personnels, contactez-nous.

    Tous les candidats à un emploi (y compris les anciens fonctionnaires de l'Ontario) qui participent à un concours dans un ministère ou à un organisme public rattaché à la Commission doivent divulguer (dans leur lettre d'accompagnement ou leur curriculum vitæ) un emploi occupé antérieurement au sein de la fonction publique de l'Ontario. Les renseignements divulgués doivent comprendre les postes occupés, les dates d'emploi et, le cas échéant, toutes restrictions en vigueur limitant leur réemploi dans la fonction publique de l'Ontario. Les restrictions en vigueur peuvent comprendre des restrictions de temps ou liées à des ministères en particulier, et elles peuvent empêcher d'offrir à un ancien employé un emploi au sein de la fonction publique de l'Ontario pendant une certaine période (p. ex., un an) ou dans un certain ministère (pendant une période prédéterminée ou indéfiniment). Les circonstances entourant le départ d'un employé seront prises en considération avant qu'une offre d'emploi ne lui soit faite.

    Rappel : La date limite de candidature est le vendredi 6 novembre 2020 23h59min HNE. Les candidatures reçues en retard seront refusées.

    Nous vous remercions de l'intérêt que vous portez à ce poste. Cependant, nous communiquerons avec vous uniquement dans le cadre du processus de présélection ou pour vous convoquer à une entrevue.

    La fonction publique de l'Ontario est un employeur inclusif. Toute adaptation nécessaire sera réalisée conformément au Code des droits de la personne de l’Ontario.

    www.ontario.ca/carrieres

  • 21 Oct 2020 4:34 PM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    THE CORPORATION OF THE COUNTY OF WELLINGTON

    Museum and Archives Department

    Economic Development Division

    Requires a 12 Month Temporary Senior Economic Development Officer

    Reporting to the Director of Economic Development, the primary role of the Senior Economic Development Officer is to facilitate the growth of the local economy and promote Wellington as a place to invest, work and live. This position manages local market information, provides business support services and economic development project implementation for the County. The Senior Economic Development Officer oversees economic development initiatives to achieve the objectives outlined by the Economic Development Strategy and guided by the Economic Development Committee of Council.

    The minimum qualifications for this position include:

    • Four year university degree in Economic Development, Business Administration or related field.
    • Minimum three years of e­x­p­e­r­ience or equivalent in economic development, tourism or related field.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills and the demonstrated ability to prioritize tasks.
    • Excellent Microsoft Office skills, statistics software beneficial.
    • A valid driver’s licence (minimum G2 Class) and access to a reliable vehicle.

    This position offers a benefit package and a salary range of: $65,538.20 to $76,640.20 (2020 Non Union Compensation Grid), based on a 35 hour work week.

    Visit our website at: www.wellington.ca

    Applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume, clearly marked Posting #103-20 by Friday, October 30 at 4:00 pm.

    ATTENTION:  HR DEPARTMENT, County of Wellington Administration Centre, 74 Woolwich Street, Guelph ON N1H 3T9.  E: careers@wellington.ca or F: 519.837.8882. Please respond by one method of application only. No phone calls please. Personal information in relation to the recruitment and hiring process is collected under the authority outlined in the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

    The County is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodation for disabilities is available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants must make their needs known in advance.

  • 21 Oct 2020 2:13 PM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    Occupational Health and Safety Inspector – Health Care

    Bring your health and safety experience and knowledge gained in health care facilities, sectors and/or health care processes to this position with the Ministry of Labour. Training and Skills Development.

    What can I expect to do in this role?

    You will:

    • enforce the Occupational Health and Safety Act including the workplace harassment provisions and the Act's regulations that includes the Health Care and Residential Facilities Regulations
    • work with health and safety partners, workers, and union/management to promote safe work practices and working conditions with workers, unions and management through the Internal Responsibility System (IRS)
    • conduct comprehensive inspections and investigations, and write orders and reports
    • engage in enforcement activities including prosecutions
    • apply your knowledge of health care sector practices and procedures related to occupational health

    Locations: Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Mississauga, Newmarket, North York, Ottawa, Peterborough, Timmins, St Catharines, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Windsor

    How do I qualify?

    Mandatory:

    • you have a class “G” driver's license or equivalent as recognized by the Province of Ontario
    • you have the ability to travel extensively, respond to after-hour calls, and work evenings and weekends as part of regular scheduled work
    • you have French language oral communication skills at the advanced level for designated bilingual positions

    Technical Knowledge:

    • you have working knowledge and practical experience relevant to a range of health care settings and related workplaces/processes
    • you have working knowledge of occupational hazards, control measures and procedures related to infectious diseases, chemical handling, antineoplastic and pharmaceuticals, anesthetic gases, radiation and laboratory safety, laboratory biosafety principles, musculoskeletal disorders, ergonomics, workplace violence
    • you have working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and relevant regulations
    • you have working knowledge of Public Hospitals Act, Health Protection and Promotions Act, Long Term Care Act, and/or other related legislation
    • you have knowledge of other policies, procedures, standards, or legislation relevant to the appropriate health care sectors including, but not limited to, WHMIS and Designated Substance

    Analytical Skills:

    • you have the ability to enforce, interpret, apply, and explain legislation
    • you have experience conducting inspections and investigations including interviewing experience
    • you have reasoning, evaluative and analytical skills to interpret information, assess compliance with legislation, regulations, policies, procedures, or standards, and determine strategies/actions to be taken
    • knowledge of or experience with legal, court, or quasi-judicial procedures

    Communication and Interpersonal Skills:

    • you have well-developed communication skills to promote compliance, provide advice and consultation
    • you have the ability to accurately document and convey confidential and sensitive information with demonstrated experience in report writing
    • you have conflict resolution and interpersonal skills to effectively interact with, impact, and influence others to a logical or appropriate course of action
    • you can respect differing interests and conflicting priorities in possible emotional circumstances
    • you have the ability to tactfully and professionally deal with contentious and emotionally charged work situations

    Other Important Skills:

    • you have knowledge of or experience with computer information technology, computer databases, and business software applications
    • you have sound planning and organizational skills to co-ordinate own workload

    Salary Range: $1,415.00 - $1,739.90 per week

    Additional Information

    • 8 Permanent, 5001 Yonge St, North York, Toronto Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 4 Permanent, 1290 Central Pkwy W, Mississauga, Central Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 3 Permanent, 17345 Leslie St, Newmarket, Central Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 3 Permanent, 119 King St W, Hamilton, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 2 Permanent, 217 York St, London, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 2 Permanent, 4273 King St E, Kitchener, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 2 Permanent, 51 Heakes Ln, Kingston, East Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 300 Water St, Peterborough, East Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 5520 Hwy 101 E, Timmins, North Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 159 Cedar St, Sudbury, North Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 435 James St S, Thunder Bay, North Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 301 St Paul St, St Catharines, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 4510 Rhodes Dr, Windsor, West Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 1 Permanent, 347 Preston St, Ottawa, East Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search
    • 2 Bilingual Permanent, 347 Preston St, Ottawa, East Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check, Driver's License History, Local Police Databases Search

    Note:

    • This ad is also available in French.
    • In accordance with the Ontario Public Service (OPS), Employment Screening Checks Policy (ESCP), the top candidate(s) may be required to undergo a security screening check. Refer to the above to determine the screening checks that are required for this position.
    • Required security screening checks along with your written consent, will be sent to the Transition and Security Office (TSO), Talent Acquisition Branch (TAB), HR Service Delivery Division (HRSDD) to evaluate the results. If applicable, the TSO, with your written consent, will request and obtain any additional employment screening checks that were not obtained directly by you.
    • A record under the Criminal Code and/or other federal offence record(s) does not automatically mean you will be ineligible for the position. The employment screening check(s) will only be reviewed and evaluated by the TSO for the purpose of making a security clearance decision. The details of an individual's employment screening check(s) will be considered in specific relation to the duties and responsibilities of the position being filled. Employment screening check records will be maintained by the TSO and kept strictly confidential.

    The information that you provide for the purpose of this competition and the results from this competition may be used to fill other positions These positions may be of various tenures including short-term assignments. Your information and the results from this competition will be retained for the purpose of filling vacancies in accordance with the applicable collective agreement or policy provisions.

    How to apply:

    • You are required to complete an application form. Please visit Ontario Government Website in order to download the application and obtain instructions on completing and submitting the application form.
    • Read the job description and information to make sure you understand this job.
    • OPS employees are required to quote their WIN EMPLOYEE ID number on the application form.
    • If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please email and notify us at HealthCareatMLTSD@ontario.ca to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours.
    • For all enquiries, please email us at HealthCareatMLTSD@ontario.ca
    • Interviews may be held via use of technology (Skype, Zoom, Teams, etc.) or in person where necessary

    Please be advised that the results of this competition may be used to form an eligibility list of qualified candidates to potentially fill future vacancies represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU). In accordance with the Collective Agreement, eligibility lists are shared with OPSEU representatives. By applying to this competition, you are providing consent that your name may be shared with OPSEU representatives.

    Collection of Information

    Your personal information is being collected and will be used to determine your qualifications for employment with the Ontario Public Service, and for recruitment modernization initiatives. OPS Careers is an authorized common service in accordance with s. 6 of the Ministry of Government Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.25 and this collection of personal information is necessary to the proper administration of OPS Careers.

    Please do not provide more personal information than what is asked of you. For example, do not include your social insurance number, photograph, or banking information, etc. with your application. We strongly encourage you not to provide us with information beyond that which is requested in the job posting.

    If you have any questions about the collection, use, disclosure, or retention of your personal information, please contact us.

    All external applicants (including former employees of the Ontario Public Service) applying to a competition in a ministry or Commission public body must disclose (either in the cover letter or resume) previous employment with the Ontario Public Service. Disclosure must include positions held, dates of employment and any active restrictions as applicable from being rehired by the Ontario Public Service. Active restrictions can include time and/or ministry-specific restrictions currently in force, and may preclude a former employee from being offered a position with the Ontario Public Service for a specific time period (e.g. one year), or from being offered a position with a specific ministry (either for a pre-determined time period or indefinitely). The circumstances around an employee's exit will be considered prior to an offer of employment.

    Remember: The deadline to apply is Friday, November 6, 2020 11:59 pm EST. Late applications will not be accepted.

    We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for further screening or an interview will be contacted.

    The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

    www.ontario.ca/careers

    ________________________________________

    Inspectrice ou inspecteur de la santé et de la sécurité au travail dans les soins de santé

    Nous vous invitons à envisager ce poste au ministère du Travail, de la Formation et du Développement des compétences où vous pourrez mettre à profit votre expérience et vos connaissances en matière de santé et de sécurité acquises dans les établissements de soins de santé, dans le secteur des soins de santé ou dans le domaine des processus de soins de santé.

    Quelles seront mes fonctions dans ce poste?

    Vous devrez :

    • faire appliquer la Loi sur la santé et la sécurité au travail, y compris les dispositions sur le harcèlement au travail et les règlements de la Loi, dont le Règlement sur les établissements d'hébergement et de soins de santé;
    • collaborer avec les partenaires de la santé et de la sécurité, les travailleuses, les travailleurs, les parties patronales et les parties syndicales à la promotion de pratiques et de conditions de travail sécuritaires auprès des travailleuses, des travailleurs, des parties patronales et des parties syndicales à l'aide du système de responsabilité interne;
    • mener des inspections et des enquêtes approfondies, émettre des ordonnances et rédiger des rapports;
    • participer à des activités d'application de la loi, notamment à des poursuites;
    • mettre en application votre connaissance des pratiques et des procédures du secteur des soins de santé en matière de santé au travail.

    Ville : Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Mississauga, Newmarket, North York, Ottawa, Peterborough, St. Catharines, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Timmins, Windsor

    À quelles exigences dois-je répondre?

    Obligatoire :

    • Permis de conduire de catégorie G, ou un équivalent reconnu par la province de l'Ontario.
    • Capacité d'effectuer de nombreux déplacements, de donner suite à des demandes reçues en dehors des heures de bureau et de travailler le soir et la fin de semaine dans le cadre de vos heures régulières.
    • Maîtrise du français oral de niveau avancé pour les postes désignés bilingues.

    Connaissances techniques :

    • Connaissance et expérience pratiques pertinentes à divers milieux du secteur des soins de santé ainsi qu'aux lieux de travail et aux processus connexes.
    • Connaissance pratique des risques professionnels ainsi que des mesures et des procédures de contrôle liées aux maladies infectieuses, à la manipulation de produits chimiques, aux produits anticancéreux et pharmaceutiques, aux gaz d'anesthésie, à la sécurité radiologique et en laboratoire, aux principes de sécurité biologique en laboratoire, aux troubles de l'appareil locomoteur, à l'ergonomie et à la violence en milieu de travail.
    • Connaissance pratique de la Loi sur la santé et la sécurité au travail et des règlements applicables.
    • Connaissance pratique de la Loi sur les hôpitaux publics, de la Loi sur la protection et la promotion de la santé et de la Loi sur les foyers de soins de longue durée, ainsi que des règlements connexes.
    • Connaissance des autres politiques, procédures, normes ou lois qui sont applicables au secteur des soins de santé et qui sont pertinentes pour le programme, y compris en ce qui concerne le Système d'information sur les matières dangereuses utilisées au travail (SIMDUT) et les substances désignées.

    Compétences en analyse :

    • Capacité d'exécuter, d'interpréter, d'appliquer et d'expliquer des dispositions législatives.
    • Expérience des inspections et des enquêtes, y compris des entrevues.
    • Compétences en raisonnement, en évaluation et en analyse pour interpréter des renseignements, vérifier le respect des dispositions législatives, des règlements, des politiques, des procédures ou des normes et déterminer lesstratégies et les mesures à adopter.
    • Connaissance ou expérience des procédures judiciaires ou quasi-judiciaires.

    Compétences en communication et en relations interpersonnelles :

    • Bonnes compétences en communication pour promouvoir la conformité et offrir des conseils et des services de consultation.
    • Capacité de consigner et de transmettre avec exactitude des renseignements confidentiels de nature délicate, ainsi qu'expérience probante de la rédaction de rapports.
    • Compétences en résolution de conflits et en relations interpersonnelles pour interagir efficacement avec les autres, ainsi que pour infléchir et influencer les actions de tiers en les amenant à prendre des mesures logiques ou appropriées.
    • Capacité de respecter les divergences d'intérêts et les priorités concurrentielles dans d'éventuelles circonstances émotionnelles.
    • Capacité de gérer des situations de travail contentieuses et émotionnelles avec tact et de façon professionnelle.

    Autres compétences importantes :

    • Connaissance ou expérience de l'informatique, des bases de données et des applications logicielles de gestion.
    • Solides compétences en planification et en organisation pour coordonner votre propre charge de travail.

    Échelle salariale : 1 415,00 $ - 1 739,90 $ par semaine

    Renseignements supplémentaires

    • 8 Permanent(s), 5001, rue Yonge, North York, Région Toronto, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 4 Permanent(s), 1290 route Central ouest, Mississauga, Région Centre, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 3 Permanent(s), 17345 Leslie St, Newmarket, Région Centre, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 3 Permanent(s), 119 KING ST W, Hamilton, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 2 Permanent(s), 217 rue York, London, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 2 Permanent(s), 4273 King St E, Kitchener, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 2 Permanent(s), 51 HEAKES LN, Kingston, Région Est, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 300 rue Water, Peterborough, Région Est, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 5520 Hwy 101 E, Timmins, Région Nord, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 159, rue Cedar, Sudbury, Région Nord, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 435, RUE JAMES S, Thunder Bay, Région Nord, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 301 rue Saint Paul, St Catharines, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 4510 promenade Rhodes, Windsor, Région Ouest, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 1 Permanent(s), 347, RUE PRESTON, Ottawa, Région Est, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux
    • 2 bilingue Permanent(s), 347, RUE PRESTON, Ottawa, Région Est, Vérification de casier judiciaire et d'affaires judiciaires, Historique du permis de conduire, Recherche dans les bases de données des services de police locaux

    Note :

    • Cette offre d'emploi est également disponible en anglais.
    • Conformément à la Politique relative aux vérifications de sécurité du personnel de la fonction publique de l'Ontario, les meilleurs candidats pourraient être tenus de se soumettre à une enquête de sécurité générale. Reportez-vous à ce qui précède pour déterminer les vérifications de présélection nécessaires pour ce poste.
    • Les vérifications des antécédents du personnel requises, accompagnées de votre consentement écrit, seront envoyées au Bureau de la Sécurité et de la Transition (BST), à la Direction de l'Acquisition de Talents, à la Division de la Prestation des Services de Ressources Humaines pour évaluer les résultats. Si nécessaire, le BST, avec votre consentement écrit, demandera et obtiendra toute autre vérification des antécédents additionnels que vous n'auriez pas obtenue directement.
    • Un casier judiciaire pour une infraction au Code criminel ou une autre infraction fédérale ne signifie pas automatiquement que vous ne serez pas admissible au poste. Le BST examinera et évaluera les vérifications de sécurité uniquement aux fins de la prise d'une décision au sujet de l'attestation de sécurité. Les détails des vérifications de sécurité seront pris en considération en fonction des fonctions et responsabilités propres au poste à pourvoir. Les dossiers de vérification de l'emploi seront conservés par le BST dans la plus stricte confidentialité.

    Les renseignements que vous fournissez dans le cadre de ce concours et les résultats du concours peuvent servir à pourvoir d'autres postes. Les postes sont de durée diverse et comprennent notamment des affectations de courte durée. Ces renseignements et résultats seront conservés afin de pourvoir les postes vacants conformément aux dispositions de la convention collective ou de la politique applicable.

    Comment postuler : 

    • Vous devez remplir un formulaire de candidature. Veuillez consulter le site web du gouvernement de l'Ontario pour télécharger le formulaire de candidature et obtenir des directives sur la façon de remplir et de transmettre ce formulaire.
    • Lisez la description du poste et les renseignements pour bien comprendre en quoi consiste ce poste.
    • Les membres de la FPO doivent indiquer leur numéro d'employé WIN (WIN Employee ID Number) sur le formulaire de candidature.
    • Si vous avez besoin que l'on prenne des mesures d'adaptation liées à un handicap qui vous permettront de participer au processus de recrutement, veuillez nous en informer par courriel à l'adresse HealthCareatMLTSD@ontario.ca et nous fournir vos coordonnées. Le personnel des Services de recrutement communiquera avec vous dans les 48 heures.
    • Pour toute question, veuillez communiquer avec nous par courriel à l'adresse HealthCareatMLTSD@ontario.ca.
    • Les entrevues pourront être tenues au moyen d'outils technologiques (Skype, Zoom, Teams, etc.) ou en personne au besoin.

    Sachez que les résultats de ce concours pourraient servir à établir une liste d'admissibilité de candidats qualifiés à occuper de futurs postes vacants, représentés par le Syndicat des employés de la fonction publique de l'Ontario (SEFPO). Conformément à la convention collective, les listes d'admissibilité sont partagées avec les représentants du SEFPO. En participant à ce concours, vous consentez à transmettre votre nom aux représentants du SEFPO.

    Collecte de renseignements

    Vos renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vue de servir à évaluer vos qualifications dans le cadre d'un emploi dans la fonction publique de l'Ontario et des initiatives de modernisation du recrutement. Carrières FPO est un service commun autorisé conformément à l'article 6 de la Loi sur le ministère des Services gouvernementaux, L.R.O. 1990, chap. M.25. Cette collecte de renseignements personnels est nécessaire à la bonne gestion de Carrières FPO.

    Ne donnez pas plus de renseignements personnels que ceux qui sont demandés dans l'offre d'emploi. Par exemple, ne fournissez pas votre numéro d'assurance sociale, vos coordonnées bancaires, votre photographie, etc. avec votre demande. Nous vous encourageons vivement à ne pas nous fournir d'informations au-delà de celles qui sont demandées dans l'offre d'emploi.

    Si vous avez des questions concernant la collecte, l'utilisation, la divulgation ou la conservation de vos renseignements personnels, contactez-nous.

    Tous les candidats à un emploi (y compris les anciens fonctionnaires de l'Ontario) qui participent à un concours dans un ministère ou à un organisme public rattaché à la Commission doivent divulguer (dans leur lettre d'accompagnement ou leur curriculum vitæ) un emploi occupé antérieurement au sein de la fonction publique de l'Ontario. Les renseignements divulgués doivent comprendre les postes occupés, les dates d'emploi et, le cas échéant, toutes restrictions en vigueur limitant leur réemploi dans la fonction publique de l'Ontario. Les restrictions en vigueur peuvent comprendre des restrictions de temps ou liées à des ministères en particulier, et elles peuvent empêcher d'offrir à un ancien employé un emploi au sein de la fonction publique de l'Ontario pendant une certaine période (p. ex., un an) ou dans un certain ministère (pendant une période prédéterminée ou indéfiniment). Les circonstances entourant le départ d'un employé seront prises en considération avant qu'une offre d'emploi ne lui soit faite.

    Rappel : La date limite de candidature est le vendredi 6 novembre 2020 23h59min HNE. Les candidatures reçues en retard seront refusées.

    Nous vous remercions de l'intérêt que vous portez à ce poste. Cependant, nous communiquerons avec vous uniquement dans le cadre du processus de présélection ou pour vous convoquer à une entrevue.

    La fonction publique de l'Ontario est un employeur inclusif. Toute adaptation nécessaire sera réalisée conformément au Code des droits de la personne de l'Ontario.

    www.ontario.ca/carrieres

  • 19 Oct 2020 8:58 AM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    Department Legislative & Planning Services

    Division: Economic Development

    Position: Economic Development Officer

    Note: 

    At the Region of Halton, we treat everyone with respect, honesty, fairness and trust. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. The Region of Halton is committed to providing accommodations throughout the recruitment process. If you require accommodation please notify us and we will work with you to meet your needs. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

    This is a permanent full-time position working 35 hours per week.

    Halton Region serves more than 580,000 residents throughout Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville. We are committed to delivering high quality programs and services that make Halton a great place to live and work.

    Joining Halton Region opens the door to a fulfilling career. Our comprehensive compensation, great benefits and employee recognition program are a few reasons why we are one of the GTA’s Top Employers.

    We engage great people who contribute to meaningful work that makes a positive difference in our community. As an employee, you will be part of a progressive, service focused and award winning employer with a diverse and inclusive work environment. At Halton, you are encouraged to grow and succeed in your career and are recognized for your accomplishments and contributions.

    Purpose:

    Reporting to the Manager, Economic Development, this role provides key economic development services aligned to the Halton Region Strategic Business Plan 2019–2022 and the Halton Region Economic Development Strategic Implementation Plan including the delivery of the Region’s employment land development concierge program, investment attraction and site selection, liaison with the industrial and commercial real estate community and policy work with respect to Halton’s employment land development, investment readiness and cost competitiveness.

    Preferred Background:

    The successful candidate will possess a degree in Economic Development, Urban and Regional Planning Business Administration or Public Administration with 4-7 years of progressively responsible experience in Economic Development, Land Use Planning or a related field.  Professional accreditation from the Economic Development Association of Canada (Ec.D.) and/or membership or eligibility for membership in the Ontario Professional Planners Institute is preferred. The successful candidate must demonstrate customer service skills, strong knowledge of the development review process and industrial and commercial real estate development.  Excellent communications skills and ability to problem-solve with internal and external stakeholders and political acuity are critical to this position. Strong report writing abilities and demonstrated knowledge of legislation and trends relating to employment land development, investment readiness and municipal cost competitiveness for attracting investment is required.  The ability to work independently and in an interdepartmental team environment with extensive liaison involving external customers and stakeholders is essential.  Demonstrated solid judgement, tact and diplomacy coupled with excellent relationship building skills are necessary for this position.  Knowledge of customer relationship management systems is considered an asset. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

    Working Conditions:

    Travel will be required, incumbent must provide their own transportation. The incumbent will be required to provide a copy of their driver’s license by their first day of employment.

    Duties:

    • Leads the Region’s investment attraction efforts working closely with government partners on investment inquiries and tracks investment opportunities in a customer relationship management system.
    • Builds and maintains strong relationships with the Halton Local Municipalities, industrial and commercial realtors and developers and businesses to raise Halton’s profile as a preferred investment location.
    • Develops marketing and communications and presentation materials for attracting investment in strategic sectors to Halton, highlighting the region’s competitiveness, labour force and other attributes.
    • Prepares briefing materials and reports for Senior Management and Council as required with respect to economic development initiatives, investment attraction, key sector and ICI development trends.
    • Working with Employment Land Concierge, assists in facilitating employment land development applications through the Region’s development approvals process.
    • Assists in the collection, assembly, and analysis of timely and relevant economic, business and survey data to support economic development-related initiatives including; online data tools, dashboards and other data visualization tools, social and digital media initiatives, marketing and promotional materials and other collateral material for use by Halton Region, the Halton Local Municipalities and the business community as required.
    • Performs other duties, as assigned.

    Posting Date:          October 09, 2020

    Posting Expiry:     October 23, 2020

    Posting #:               LP-365-20

    Apply Online at: Halton Job Postings

    If selected for an interview, you will be contacted by email and/or phone. Please ensure the contact information provided on your resume is up to date and that you check your email and voicemail regularly.

    NOTE:  Personal information collected through the job application process will only be used for the purpose of determining qualifications for employment.

  • 19 Oct 2020 8:43 AM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    Permanent, full-time opportunity – Hamilton, ON

    If you’re an experienced investment and sector development expert with knowledge of business/economic development and honed leadership skills, focus your strengths and abilities to excel in this unique role with the City of Hamilton – the most dynamic growth area in the GTHA.

    Reporting to the Director of Economic Development, you’ll direct and manage the provision of services and functions related to investment and sector development including business retention and attraction programs, foreign direct investment initiatives, marketing promotion and research, and oversight of the Hamilton Immigration Partnership Council.

    As Manager of Business Investment and Sector Development, you’ll offer advice and consultation on business/economic development programs and initiatives by managing a variety of projects to boost business in Hamilton, and participate in the strategic project and policy planning directions and activities of the Division as part of the management team. Leading a team of multi-functional staff, you’ll also ensure compliance with a variety of economic development-related statutes, regulations and guidelines, create reports for Council and its Committees and other departments and agencies, and manage external/internal consultation programs for various short/long-term development-related projects.

    The following profile makes you uniquely qualified for the role of Manager of Business Investment and Sector Development:

    • Proven knowledge in Business/Economic Development and Marketing normally acquired through the completion of a university degree in Business Administration, Economic Geography, Urban and Regional Planning, or other related discipline or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.
    • Economic Development Professional Certification (Ec.D. designation) preferred.
    • Superior understanding of business development best practices, impending issues, marketing best practices and the latest technological applications for delivery of economic development programs.
    • Highly effective leadership, facilitation, communication, interpersonal and organizational skills with the ability to lead and inspire others.
    • Demonstrated experience in effectively managing a multi-disciplinary staff in a results-oriented environment.
    • Thorough knowledge and understanding of federal, provincial and municipal statutes and regulations such as the Municipal Act and Planning Act, and the appropriate administrative decision-making procedures and processes as it relates to business development.
    • Extensive experience in a related business/economic development role with experience in a management position involving both financial management and project management experience.
    • Knowledge of human resource management-related procedures, collective agreements and health and safety.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills including team-building and written/verbal communications skills with the ability to converse effectively with varying levels of staff including councillors, senior business representatives, representatives of other levels of government, senior management, peers, staff and the public.
    • Excellent presentation, public relations, negotiation and mediation skills.
    • Excellent critical-thinking, evaluation and analytical skills, and the ability for long-term visioning and strategic thinking.
    • Ability to work independently and in a team setting, and the ability to lead, train and mentor professional and technical team members.
    • Excellent organizational, time-management and multi-tasking skills.

    Note: This position currently requires the incumbent to use their personal vehicle(s) 3 or more times per week for City business. In accordance with the City policy, parking is provided at this time. Should this job requirement change, parking will only be provided in accordance with the City policy in force at that time.

    This permanent, full-time position offers a salary range of $108,426 - $129,462 per annum (based on a 35-hour work week schedule).

    About the City of Hamilton

    Contribute to the City of Hamilton, one of Canada’s largest cities – home to a diverse and strong economy, an active and inclusive community, a robust cultural and dining scene, hundreds of kilometres of hiking trails and natural beauty just minutes from the downtown core, and so much more. Join our diverse team of talented and ambitious staff who embody our values of sensational service, courageous change, steadfast integrity, collective ownership and being engaged, empowered employees. Help us #BeTheReason the entire country is talking about Hamilton, and achieve our vision of being the best place to raise a child and age successfully.

    For full details and to apply

    If you are interested in working alongside a dedicated team that’s contributing to the well-being of Hamilton’s residents, please visit www.hamilton.ca/careers for details on this position as Manager of Business Investment and Sector Development, JOB ID #16650, and to apply online, by Wednesday, October 28, 2020.

    The City is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation.

    The City of Hamilton values the diversity of our workforce and the knowledge of our people. We thank all who have applied; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.


  • 02 Oct 2020 11:03 AM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    POSITION ID: 3917-001

    CALL NO:20-2054 (CU[E  1329)

    This job profile reflects the general requirements necessary to perform the principal functions of the job. This does not include all of the work requirements of the job. Applicants are required to demonstrate through their application and in the interview process that their qualifications match those specified. The minimum threshold score for the interview is 75%.

    Job Designation: Economic Development and Research Officer

    Department: Economic Development

    Salary Range: $74,914 - $91,355

    Pay Grade: 11

    This position reports to the Manager of Economic Development.

    Job Responsibilities:

    Marketing and Business Attraction

    • Develop content and maintain the Invest Oakville website in adherence with accessibility standards and Town policies
    • Responsible for department social media including LinkedIn and Twitter accounts
    • Prepare marketing materials such as economic newsletters, sector brochures, videos and tradeshow materials
    • Develop and implement marketing strategies and campaigns
    • Maintain all public-facing data sources including Find Oakville real estate inventory, vacant land inventory, and Virtual Tour
    • Prepare site selection proposals and respond to investment inquiries in conjunction with Senior Economic Development Officers

    Research & Reporting

    • Provide analysis and reporting on demographic, economic, building permit, investment and major construction data for internal use, investment inquiries, and reporting to Council
    • Research major policy and program initiatives and participate in the development and implementation of the department’s economic development strategy
    • Monitor and report on departmental key performance indicators

    Project & Program Management

    • Provide administration for the Digital Main Street Program
    • Serve as the Film Liaison, responding to filming inquiries and coordinating permit approvals with other departments
    • Supervise summer student(s)

    Internal and External Communications

    • Liaise with realtors and developers to gather information on available properties
    • Respond to information requests from the public and provide related follow-up
    • Prepare reports and presentations for departmental use, Council and other stakeholders

    Grant & Award Submissions

    • Research, prepare and coordinate submissions for provincial and federal funding in order to leverage departmental budget
    • Prepare award submissions for marketing and economic development initiatives such as the EDCO, EDAC and IEDC award programs

    Qualifications/Skills:

    Applicants should have a university degree in Business, Economics, or Urban & Regional Planning and at least three years of relevant work experience in an economic development position. Candidates must have good technical computer skills and be familiar with database management, GIS, and Microsoft applications. Analytical, statistical, oral and written communication and interpersonal skills are essential. Applicants must be self-starters with the ability to work independently in a team setting; take the lead on project management for select projects; and be able to organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines. Equivalent education and experience may be considered.

    Applications will be accepted on-line at www.oakville.ca in the current opportunities section no later than midnight on October 23, 2020.

  • 29 Sep 2020 9:00 AM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    Position: Entrepreneurship Officer - Business Advisory Centre

    Type: Contract (35 hours/week) November 9, 2020 to February 4, 2022

    Salary: $23.21/hr.

    Posting Date: September 28, 2020

    Location: Combination of Work from Home and potentially PKED Office at 270 George Street N., Suite 102, Peterborough

    Closing Date: October 9, 2020 at 4:00 pm

    Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development (PKED) is a non-profit corporation responsible for the delivery of economic development and tourism services on behalf of the City of Peterborough and County of Peterborough. We play a leadership and strategic role in developing the economic capacity of the Peterborough region.

    PKED operates the Business Advisory Centre (BAC) which is one of 57 Small Business Enterprise Centres in the Province of Ontario, serving as an entrepreneur’s first point of contact with the business support community.  Services, consultations, tools and resources are offered free of charge in order to help start-ups and small businesses succeed.

    PKED also operates Peterborough & the Kawarthas Tourism (PKT) which is the official Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for the region. PKT provides industry leadership and destination marketing services to attract visitors to the region and operates the year-round Visitor Centre located in the Venture North Building.

    We have a team of dynamic professionals who offer economic expertise that identifies growth opportunities, provides services to existing ventures, and attracts new companies and visitors by sharing the region’s competitive advantages.

    As the Entrepreneurship Officer, you work within the guidelines set out by the Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade (MEDJCT) to achieve the key goals and requirements of the Small Business Enterprise Centre. By achieving these goals, you enhance entrepreneurship in the Peterborough region, leading to the development of new business, innovation, investments and ultimately jobs.

    In your role, you lead the development of services for entrepreneurs through the Business Advisory Centre (BAC) program to guide small business talent and investments in the Peterborough region. You are a key member of the Business Development team.

    ACCOUNTABILITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Administer and Deliver BAC Core programs:

    • Deliver programs as identified by MEDJCT as well as the Director of Business Development.
    • Identify funding and programming opportunities with Community partners and regional SBEC’s.
    • Complete all reporting requirements of identified funding programs.
    • Conduct site visits for program participants where required.
    • Represent PKED to organizations and associations related to business start-up and development.
    • Work with the Corporate Marketing/Communications team to:
      • Lead development and implementation of annual BAC marketing and communications plan.
      • Develop and distribute marketing programs and materials that comply with BAC and corporate brand guidelines.
      • Create relevant content in the development of presentations.
      • Develop and implement social media campaigns that are in compliance with corporate social media usage guidelines.
      • Update timely information on Corporate Website that pertains to BAC Core activities.
    • Deliver presentations regarding BAC programs to regional organizations and educational institutions for the purpose of recruiting new participants.
    • Work closely with BAC partners to identify and propose business to business lead generating activities such as trade shows.
    • Capture all activities in the Corporate Business Information System.  Manage and track opportunities through the full cycle, ensuring information is accurate and current.
    • Assist the Director of Business Development as required.
    Support the Daily Operations of the BAC:
    • Using Growth Wheel Platform, provide business consultations and direction to start up and existing businesses such as development of business plans, financial plans and marketing plans (through individual consultations, group workshops or seminars).
    • Liaise with other PKED Economic Development Officers to find solutions to business start- up/expansion issues.
    • Regularly participate with other SBEC agencies throughout the province to support entrepreneurs.
    Project Management:
    • Initiate and champion special projects based on current environment, often in partnership with external organizations.  Manage and support development and implementation of communication initiatives, managing project life cycle activities:
      • Define project scope, goals, success criteria and deliverables that support communication goals in collaboration with project team and key internal/external stakeholders.
      • Communicate project expectations to team members and stakeholders, liaising on an ongoing basis to manage expectations.
      • Plan, schedule and track project timelines, milestones and deliverables.
      • Determine the frequency and content of status reports from the project team, analyzing results and troubleshooting problem areas.
      • Report project status, including project Key Performance Indicators to Director and stakeholders when required.
      • Monitor and track project costs, schedules, resources, risks, issues and performance to ensure the optimal success.

    Provide strategic plan input and achieve your annual work plan:

    • Provide input to the Director of Business Development during annual strategic planning.
    • Work with the Director to establish the BAC objectives and programs as well as associated budgets.
    • Develop and get approval of your annual work plan according to corporate calendar timelines.
    • Work effectively and efficiently to achieve your annual work plan on budget and on time.  Proactively identify challenges and recommend solutions throughout the year.
    • Demonstrate work that lives the corporate values and follows Corporate Policies and Procedures.

    Customer service and relationship building: 

    • Provide business consultations and direction to start up and existing businesses such as development of business plans, financial plans and marketing plans (through individual consultations, group workshops or seminars).
    • Develop and provide education, networking and support services to entrepreneurs.
    • Build connections amongst the small business community.
    • Provide information on programs and government regulations relevant to business start-ups.
    • Act as an ambassador including formal presentation of BAC programs and capabilities as a keynote or invited speaker or panel member to relevant events while providing information on event statistics and outcomes.
    • Deliver exceptional customer service at every stage in the process.
    • Respond to requests for information in a timely manner.
    EXPECTED OUTCOMES
    • Development of an entrepreneurial culture within Peterborough & the Kawarthas.
    • Mutually beneficial relationships with other SBECs and community agencies.
    • Greater community awareness of the BAC and its services.
    • On-going relationships with BAC program graduates and clients.

    EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND EDUCATION

    Experience:
    • Proven experience and track record in small business development and/or economic development.
    • Knowledge of business planning, marketing, financials; experience in small business counseling. 
    • Knowledge of Peterborough City and County’s private and public sector.
    • Knowledge of financing programs an asset.
    • Ability to convert research and data into well written and/or public presentations.
    • Experience in outreach and partnership development with community-based organizations.
    • Proficiency in Growth Wheel, customer databases, Microsoft Office Suite.
    • Demonstrated ability to conduct online learning modules.
    • Extensive understanding of social media platforms.
    Skills fundamentally linked to corporate values:
    • Build team trust by showing confidence in others abilities, listening and communicating openly.
    • Demonstrate strong presentation and communication skills with multiple audiences.
    • Show respect for others and welcome diversity.
    • Give and receive constructive feedback.
    • Lead and contribute positively and productively to teamwork.
    • Engage in and encourage healthy debate that helps build stronger outcomes.
    • Demonstrate creativity and innovative thinking as well as taking calculated risks.
    • Think and work strategically; succeed by having focus. Keep an eye on the big picture as well as quality details of work.
    • Stay motivated at work by aligning it with your life and values. Develop sustainable ways to deliver on task and on time.
    • Reward others’ effort and celebrate successes.

    Education:

    • Post-secondary degree in business, economic development and/or equivalent.

    Please send your application (PDF or Word document) to Barbara van Vierzen, Director of Operations at bvanvierzen@peterboroughed.ca by 4:00 pm, October 9, 2020.

    Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development is an equal opportunity employer.

    Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance. Information is collected solely for the purpose of job selection under the provisions of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

    Thank-you to all applicants.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • 22 Sep 2020 12:14 PM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    In Whitby, we are dedicated to our work, our community, and each other. We work hard, we have fun, and we celebrate our successes.

    The Town of Whitby is a community in transformation that is located in the heart of Durham Region in the eastern Greater Toronto Area. Whitby is the second-largest municipality in the region and one of the fastest-growing communities in Canada. Located on Lake Ontario and only an hour east of Toronto, the population of Whitby is expected to grow from approximately 140,000 to almost 200,000 by 2031. Whitby’s Official Plan has been updated to establish new directions for Whitby’s planned growth and development; the protection of our natural and built environments; urban design intensification; sustainability; community improvement; and new employment within this time frame.

    The Town of Whitby combines a small-town atmosphere with the sophistication and amenities of a larger urban centre. Whitby boasts two beautiful heritage downtowns, one of the finest recreational harbours with an award-winning marina, year-round sports and recreation activities, parks, trails, and a robust arts and culture scene, all of which are part of the extraordinary amenities that Whitby residents enjoy every day.

    We are looking for a bold and dynamic leader for our Economic Development team. The future of economic growth at the Town of Whitby needs an enthusiastic, innovative and visionary leader and a team player that understands what it takes to build a vibrant and sustainable community. Having a University degree in Economic Development, Business or Planning, an ideal candidate needs to have a minimum of 7-years’ experience in the area of Economic Development within the municipal government or broader public sector. They need to possess a rare combination of problem solving and team building skills with the ability to motivate others and engage their commitment to meet the goals of the department and the corporation.

    We want to be the preferred employer for the most talented people who care about the Town of Whitby and are excited and proud to serve our vibrant community. Let’s grow together!

    To explore this opportunity further and to download a complete position profile, please visit our website at www.lesp.ca. If you could like to submit an application, please forward your cover letter, resume and related information online to Kartik Kumar, Legacy Executive Search Partners at whitbyedm@lesp.ca by Friday, October 30th, 2020.

    We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    At the Town of Whitby, our values guide everything that we do. We celebrate our differences, which is why we are committed to building an inclusive and barrier-free environment for our team. If you need a specific accommodation during the recruitment process, please let us know, and we will be happy to provide. Any information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially.

  • 22 Sep 2020 9:27 AM | Taylor Chamberlain (Administrator)

    The City of Greater Sudbury seeks a dynamic economic development professional to join its Executive Leadership Team to drive the strategy and implementation of the Corporation’s business development, tourism development, entrepreneurship and investment attraction efforts.

    Greater Sudbury is Canada’s Resourceful City, enjoying a global presence as a hub for mining technology and services innovation, a regional presence as the hub for tourism, education, health and retail for a catchment area of 550,000 people, and a local reputation for an outstanding quality of life that combines urban amenities and accessible wilderness.

    As Director of Economic Development, you will be an advocate and leader in development for this vibrant and exciting city.  Supported by an enthusiastic municipal council and assisted by an engaged development corporation board, community partners, and a dynamic City staff, you will pursue existing strategies and cultivate a business friendly environment both inside and outside city hall.  You will work to connect prospective companies with the decision makers, potential funders, partners, educational and training resources they need to launch, expand or diversify their business and to overcome barriers to business development

    This is a challenging and critical team leadership role.  Bring your diplomacy, negotiation, communication, team leadership skills and integrity to create a climate of support for investment and achieve results.  You will possess a track record in business recruitment and retention or project development, along with credibility and ability to orchestrate thriving alliances.  An entrepreneurial spirit combined with strong business acumen is essential.  You will understand how to engage community stakeholders, foster civic support, cultivate entrepreneurship and stimulate the on-going development of a dynamic and healthy city.

    Qualifications

    • University degree in a related discipline (e.g. Business Administration, Commerce and/or Economics) from a recognized University with Canadian accreditation.
    • Additional education initiatives to update and expand competencies.
    • Minimum of six (6) years of experience in a large, unionized, and highly diversified public or private sector organization, including four (4) years managing an economic development function as it pertains to tourism and convention development services.

    OR

    • College Diploma in a related discipline (e.g. Business Administration, Commerce and/or Economics) from a recognized Community College with Canadian accreditation.
      Additional education initiatives to update and expand competencies.
    • Minimum of eight (8) years of experience in a large, unionized, and highly diversified public or private sector organization, including four (4) years managing an economic development function as it pertains to tourism and convention development services.
    • Strong understanding of best practices in the field of economic development, including the role of tourism, culture and community vibrancy.
    • Current and emerging management and business issues within and outside CGS as they affect Economic Development and Planning Services.
    • Strong internal and external relationship management skills, including the ability to influence, engage and align multiple stakeholders in the development and implementation of strategies.
    • Strong mentoring, coaching and knowledge-sharing skills and ability to interact and work effectively with staff.
    • Ability to direct a wide range of activities from big picture strategies to detail-oriented projects.
    • Demonstrated ability to analyse emerging issues and develop strategic responses.
    • Proven project management skills including vendor management.
    • Highly motivated innovative and strategic thinker.

    Salary Range

    $122,262.84 to $143,985.87 per annum.

    How to Apply

    To learn more about this exciting opportunity, please visit our website at www.greatersudbury.ca/jobs.

    Qualified candidates should submit their résumé in confidence by Monday, October 19, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. by e-mail to: hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca or fax number: 705-688-3979.  Any application received after this deadline will not be considered.

    Please reference the Employment Opportunity number EX20-451 on your resume.

    The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment, and welcomes submissions from all qualified applicants.  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.

    All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If contacted, and you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, you must advise the Hiring Manager.

    About Greater Sudbury

    The City of Greater Sudbury is centrally located in Northeastern Ontario at the convergence of three major highways. It is situated on the Canadian Shield in the Great Lakes Basin and is composed of a rich mix of urban, suburban, rural and wilderness environments. Greater Sudbury is 3,627 square kilometres in area, making it geographically the largest municipality in Ontario and second largest in Canada. Greater Sudbury is considered a city of lakes, containing 330 lakes and the largest lake contained within a city, Lake Wanapitei.

    The City of Greater Sudbury is one of the largest employers in the city with approximately 3,000 employees. Our employees play a key role in providing essential services to residents across the community.  Our residents and employees have access to all of the services found in large, urban centres, coupled with untouched natural beauty and several provincial parks nearby.

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