Summer Camp Leaders are required for various summer camps including programs for preschool and school-aged children, and youth.There are two positions available.
Position One: Candidates must be able to lead a wide variety of programs and activities including sports, arts, and crafts, games, and out-trips. They are responsible for promoting a positive, healthy environment for campers and displaying leadership skills. Candidates should have a demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment and will be responsible for ensuring the safety of the children and quality of camp programs. Compensation:$18.58/hour + 12% in lieu of benefits.
Position Two: Candidates must be able to lead a wide variety of programs and activities including sports, arts, and crafts, games, and out-trips. They are responsible for creating detailed lesson plans and camp itineraries, working within a camp budget and making program bookings. Candidates must have strong organizational, supervisory and interpersonal skills, the ability to implement policies and procedures, as well as to supervise and mentor other day camp leaders and volunteers.
Compensation:$21.33/hour + 12% in lieu of benefits.
All applicants must be available for an interview on Monday, March 7/16. Successful candidates must have current Standard First Aid, CPR Level C, and High Five Certificates, OR must have obtained these by July 4/16.
Please submit your cover letter and resume online only, to www.nvrc.ca/employment by February 14, 2016. Quote competition #1637 for position 1, and #1638 for position 2.
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Green Bricks is very pleased to offer to grade 10-12 students FREE participation in the 3rd Annual Green Collar Futures Career Conference on Saturday February 13, 2016 at the Hilton Metrotown, Burnaby. Students will have the opportunity to meet and interact with amazing and successful people who will share their sustainability career paths in 5 breakout, roundtable sessions; learn about emerging sustainability career opportunities in BC and Internationally; listen to an inspirational keynote address from Dr. Nick Dulvy, SFU Professor in Marine Biodiversity & Conservation; and meet the engaging green entrepreneur – founder of Zero Waste Market, Brianne Miller
*Space is VERY LIMITED (and a school limit may apply) so students can register at http://www.greenbricks.ca/futures/register.php. Students MUST be registered by February 9, 2016 to attend this event but as it “sold out” last year we recommend registering as early as possible.
Student works painting is hiring door-to-door marketers for the spring time, who can choose to become painters or remain marketers once May rolls around. The pay is by commission, on average marketers will be making slightly more than minimum wage. The hours are 5pm to 8pm on weekdays (except Friday), and 12pm to 4pm on weekends. In the summer, any marketers that remain could choose to become painters, and receive a raise in pay.
If interested, please contact Kiernan Livingstone. I can be contacted at my email of firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 604-317-0664.
The North Vancouver Cactus Club is currently hiring! If you are interested in working with Cactus Club, please take your resume in and speak to a Manager today! North Vancouver Cactus Club: 1598 Pemberton Ave, North Van., V7P 2S2 OR visit: cactusclubcafe.com/careers