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Property Agent - Closing Applications: Jan 23, 2019

Employer: Government of Alberta
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Barrhead

Job Description:

Program Services 5

Alberta Transportation, Barrhead. Alberta Transportation is a Centre of Excellence for transportation in North America. We contribute to Alberta's prosperity and quality of life by providing and supporting a safe, innovative, and sustainable provincial transportation system. As an organization, we strive to provide our staff with a work-life balance including reasonable hours of work and flexible work options to ensure time with family. We believe in building careers and providing our employees with the tools and supports they need to excel.

To learn more about Alberta Transportation, follow the link to http://www.transportation.alberta.ca/ 

The Government of Alberta is committed to a diverse and inclusive public service that reflects the population we serve to best meet the needs of Albertans. Consider joining a team where diversity, inclusion and innovation are valued and supported. For more information on diversity and inclusion, please visit https://www.alberta.ca/diversity-inclusion-policy.aspx 

If you are seeking to establish or progress your career in the land acquisition and management sector and the public service, we have a rewarding opportunity available for you to apply your education and gain valuable experience and training. 

Working as a professional Property Agent and reporting to the Property Manager, you will be responsible for land acquisition and property management functions for provincial government purposes. A professional level of expertise is required in the application of advanced appraisal techniques and value judgments to determine property values for negotiations and/or expropriation purposes and to create and/or modify legal documents pertaining to real estate transactions. This position requires a use of excellent negotiation skills to acquire property and a strong understanding of real estate valuation principles, contracts, survey/construction plans, and Land Titles procedures. This position may manage the work of external groups as well as perform the following duties: facilitate land negotiations, identify and resolve issues arising from property acquisition for roadway projects, arrange appraisals and surveys and establish and maintain a strong network of contacts with private sector resources. Highly developed skills in verbal and written communication, judgment, and the organization of time and effort will enable you to successfully expedite negotiations and to provide real estate expertise to senior management and other government departments for policy and decision-making purposes. 

Don't hesitate! Take the next step in your career. Join a great team that is innovative, highly successful and committed to helping you realize your full potential.

Salary: $2,963.75 - $3,904.80 biweekly ($77,353 - $101,915 annually). Closing Date: January 23, 2019. Job ID #1052875

Qualifications: University graduation in a related field plus six years of directly related experience such as property acquisition or property/land management is required. The successful candidate must possess AACI or CRA designation with the Appraisal Institute of Canada or SR/WA designation with the International Right of Way Association.

The following would be considered assets for this role: experience in property acquisition, appraisals and valuation; sale of property; drafting a broad range of real estate agreements; linear acquisition; working with the Expropriation Act, Highway Development and Protection Act and contract law.
Experience with Microsoft Office Suite is required.

Equivalencies will be considered. 

Candidates with lesser experience, or without designations, may be considered at a lower classification and salary level.

Competencies are behaviors that are essential to reach our goals in serving Albertans. We encourage you to have an in depth understanding of the competencies that are required for this opportunity and to be prepared to demonstrate them during the recruitment process. 

The link below will assist you with understanding competencies: http://www.psc.alberta.ca/Practitioners/?file=learning/apscompetencies/titlepage&cf=9

Critical competencies for this role are: 

Develop Networks: As the Property Agent you will deal with individuals, corporations, utility companies, financial institutions, and other levels of governments and their legal and professional representatives. Your ability to proactively build networks, connect and build trust in relationships with these stakeholders will enable you to find the best solutions and solving complex problems through collaboration. 

Creative Problem Solving: Property acquisition projects range in complexity and include agricultural, irrigation, commercial, industrial, institutional and residential land plus improvements. The size of a land acquisition project can range from one parcel of land to a massive project such as the North South Trade Corridor consisting of hundreds or parcels of land. Your ability to assess options and implications and recommend innovative solutions will be crucial in this role. 

Drive for Results: Property acquisition is a prerequisite to the successful and timely completion of all Alberta Transportation projects. Success in this role requires the ability to set and accomplish and priorities, take accountability and deliver projects. 

Build Collaborative Environments: This position promotes sharing of expertise among wide-ranging teams to achieve broader outcomes within the organization.

Independent travel throughout the region is required; therefore, candidates must possess a valid driver's license. The ability to conduct site inspections is also required.

Independent travel throughout the region is required; therefore, candidates must possess a valid driver's license. The ability to conduct site inspections is also required.

This is position is based in the Town of Barrhead. For more information, please visit http://www.barrhead.ca.

This competition may be used to fill current or future vacancies at an equivalent or lower level in various locations throughout Alberta.

To learn more about working for the Government of Alberta, please follow the links:
What we offer:
• Comprehensive benefits plan: https://www.jobs.alberta.ca/offer/index.html 
• Pension plan: http://www.pspp.ca/ 
• Professional learning and development
• Positive workplace culture and work-life balance

Online applications are preferred . Applicants are advised to provide information that clearly and concisely demonstrates how their qualifications meet the advertised requirements, including education, experience and relevant examples of required competencies. 

Note: As only one file can be uploaded, please ensure your cover letter, resume and any other related documents are submitted in one file. Please ensure that this document is saved using the following naming convention (Last name, First name_Job ID Number). Applicants who apply online will be able to track the status of this competition.

If you are unable to apply online, please submit your cover letter and resume, quoting the Job ID, to: Rachel Skocilas, 4th Floor, Petroleum Plaza South Tower, 9915 - 108 Street, Edmonton, AB, T5K 2G8. Phone: 780-422-5887.

It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) - http://work.alberta.ca/immigration/international-qualifications-assessment-service.html
It is recommended that applicants include the assessment certificate from IQAS or any other educational assessment service as part of their application.

Position Profile
https://www.alberta.ca/jobs/pprofile/pp1052875.htm

We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to determine which candidates' qualifications most closely match the advertised requirements. Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.

www.jobs.alberta.ca 

Wage: 
Contact Email: Rachel.skocilas@gov.ab.ca

Farrier - Closing Applications: Feb 11, 2019

Employer: Banff Trail Riders
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Banff

Job Description:

This full-time seasonal position is ideal for those who want to work under experienced farriers to enhance and improve their shoeing skills and build their portfolio. All tools and supplies are provided by the company.

This position will require you to:
* Work within our team of farriers, tending to our herd of 325+ (horses, mules, drafts); including hot & cold shoeing, corrective shoeing and resets.
* Perform general barn duties and chores.

Qualifications:
* 2+ years horseback riding experience.
* 2+ years farrier experience.
* Knowledge of basic Equine First Aid an asset.
* Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
* Ability to work well with others and independently.
* Takes initiative.
* Valid first aid.

Staff Accommodation is available within in Banff town site at a subsidized rate.
Competitive wages for entry level farriers. Wages to be discussed during application process and interview.
For more information about Banff Trail Riders or this position, please visit www.horseback.com
*This position runs April- October*

Wage: 
Contact Email: alyson@horseback.com

Wrangler/Trail Guide - Closing Applications: Feb 11, 2019

Employer: Banff Trail Riders
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Banff

Job Description:

This position will require you to:

Guide narrative trail rides from 1 hour to 6 days length.
Perform general barn duties and chores.
Groom and saddle 15+ horses daily.
Help guests on and off horses.
Interact with guests in a fun professional manner.
Qualifications:

2+ years horseback riding experience.
Customer service experience.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to work well with others and independently.
Takes initiative.
An interest in the western lifestyle.
Valid first aid.
Staff accommodation is available within the Banff town site at a subsidized rate

For more information about Banff Trail Riders or this position, please visit www.horseback.com.

*This position runs from May-October*

Wage: 
Contact Email: alyson@horseback.com

Conservation Land Negotiator - Closing Applications: Jan 27, 2019

Employer: Ducks Unlimited Canada
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Red Deer or Camrose, Alberta

Job Description:

Conservation Land Negotiator (3-year term position)
Red Deer or Camrose, Alberta
The Opportunity
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC), one of Canada’s leading conservation organizations, is looking for a
confident, energetic and dedicated professional to join our team in Alberta.
As a Conservation Land Negotiator, you will be responsible for the planning, development, delivery
and negotiation of habitat programs which benefit waterfowl and other wildlife.
You need to be an enthusiastic team player and passionate about the outdoors – a self-starter who
can work with anyone, and capable of working alone in rural settings under minimal supervision and
recognize the importance of environmental stewardship within the agricultural production systems.
Your communication and negotiation skills enable you to deal effectively with various stakeholders,
including the general public, government,agribusiness and wildlife communities.
You are independent, resourceful and possess strong leadership, organizational and interpersonal skills and can manage numerous projects on tight deadlines.
You are a persuasive, goal-oriented individual. Your personal and professional experience and directly related knowledge make you the ideal candidate for this position.
The successful candidate will also have an affinity to the outdoors, conservation and the world of
waterfowl.
Requirements
• A post-secondary degree or diploma in wildlife management, biology, ecology or related discipline; a Land Agent or Agriculture diploma with relevant work experience will also be considered.
• Knowledge of waterfowl and other animal and plant biology • Knowledge of sustainable resource management would be considered an asset.
• Experience in planning and project management.
• Excellent organization, interpersonal communication skills, both oral and written.
• Strong computer and analytical skills – ArcMap an asset
• Previous sales or cold-calling experience would be an asset
• Knowledge of working farms and practices, annual crop and forage/grazing production systems.
• Experience with various outdoor equipment including GPS, ATV’s, Boats etc
• Familiarity with the non-profit and/or environmental conservation sectors would also be considered an asset
How to Apply
Working for DUC is a career highlight for many staff. Let us know if making a difference is important to you.
Please visit our online career center to submit your application for confidential consideration.
Closing deadline: January 27, 2019
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is the leader in wetland conservation. A registered charity, DUC partners with government, industry, non-profit
organizations and landowners to conserve wetlands that are critical to waterfowl, wildlife and the environment.
Learn more at ducks.ca.
While DUC would like to thank all applicants, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

Conservation Programs Specialist – Alberta Habitat Asset Management (HAM) Program - Closing Applications: Jan 27, 2019

Employer: Ducks Unlimited Canada
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Red Deer, AB

Job Description:

Conservation Programs Specialist – Red Deer, AB
Alberta Habitat Asset Management (HAM) Program
The Opportunity
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC), one of Canada’s leading conservation organizations, is looking for a confident, energetic and dedicated professional to join our team in Alberta.
As a member of the Alberta Operations Team, you will be responsible for managing all DUC assets in Central/West Alberta, including partner relations.
Practical experience with engineered water control structures, land management and administration, conservation projects and programs, agriculture, engineering and/or biology, would all be considered assets to this very diverse and challenging opportunity.
You need to be an enthusiastic team player and an effective communicator who is able to build positive working relationships with various staff of local governments, landowners, industry, agricultural producers, volunteers and other conservation agencies.
You possess strong leadership and interpersonal skills. You have demonstrated expertise in program planning and implementation and contract management and tendering. You are self-motivated, enjoy a complex, changing environment and can manage numerous projects on tight deadlines.
Your minimum 3 -5 years experience in conservation program delivery, natural resource management techniques and waterfowl habitat requirements, will make you the ideal candidate for this position.
Requirements
• A post-secondary degree or technologist diploma in a related discipline; equivalent practical field experience will also be considered
• Strong planning, reporting and project management skills
• Knowledge of sustainable and integrated resource management
• Basic mechanical aptitude
• Experience with GPS, ArcView, MS Office and airphoto interpretation
• Awareness of AB Occupational Health and Safety practices
• Knowledge of the AB Water Act, Dam Safety Regulations and the approvals process would be considered an asset
• Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
• Ability to work long/flexible hours in summer, with travel
• Experience managing contracts and contractors, supervising construction, strong administrative and budgeting skills
• A valid class 5 driver’s license
• An understanding of who Ducks Unlimited Canada is and what we do; an understanding of local agricultural, industry and conservation practices would be considered an asset
How to Apply
Working for DUC is a career highlight for many staff. Let us know if making a difference is important to you.
Please visit our online career center to submit your application for confidential consideration.
Closing deadline: January 27, 2019
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is the leader in wetland conservation. A registered charity, DUC partners with government, industry, non-profit organizations and landowners to conserve wetlands that are critical to waterfowl, wildlife and the environment.
Learn more at ducks.ca.
While DUC would like to thank all applicants, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.

Wage: 
Contact Email: resumes@ducks.ca

Summer Camp Leader - Closing Applications: Mar 31, 2019

Employer: Camp Tamarack Association
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Grande Prairie

Job Description:

The goals of a Camp Leader are to create a unique and fun experience for our campers. Camp Leaders work as a team to create opportunities for campers to improve their self-confidence and independence, in a supportive and positive environment. As the primary caregivers for our campers, you are responsible for ensuring their health and safety during their time at camp. 

Qualifications
• Ideally completed at least one year of post-secondary education. 
• Have valid Standard First Aid and CPR-C Certificates, or willing to obtain
• Clear Criminal Record Check with a Vulnerable Persons Search
• Clear Child Welfare Check
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Have a desire to work with children, youth and people of all abilities. 
• Be available to attend the entire week of Staff Orientation in Mid-June.

General Responsibilities
• To provide leadership and guidance to all campers. 
• Supervision and care of campers, at all times. 
• Be a positive role model that exemplifies the values of Camp Tamarack. 

Specific Duties
• Work as a member of the community and staff team. 
• Guide and adapt programs for campers to achieve rewarding benefits. 
• Providing emotional support and encouragement to campers.
• Be familiar with the special needs, medical conditions, dietary concerns, and/or behavioral problems of the campers and act according to directions provided. 
• Perform Night Duty as required on a rotational basis. 
• Ensure that safety standards and procedures are maintained at all times
• Report any accidents/incidents to the Camp Director and Camp Nurse/Medic.
• Provide personal care, feeding, toileting, dressing and bathing for campers as required.
• Assist in program planning based on pre-arranged educational/recreational themes.
• Assist in tidying up after activities. 
• Ensure the cleanliness of camp, by participating in the weekly clean up. 
• These are not the only duties to be performed. Some duties may be reassigned and other duties may be assigned as required.

Please apply using the link below.

Wage: 
Contact Email: office@camptamarack.ca

Student Job Opportunity - Closing Applications: Feb 03, 2019

Employer: Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Various locations in Western Canada

Job Description:

Plant Health Programs
Duties of the position may include:
• Conducting plant pest surveys (insect or disease). You may be using a Global Position Systems (GPS) 
• Crop inspection
• Asian Gypsy Moth vessel inspections
• Soil Sampling
• Interacting with producers and the public

Developmental Meat Inspector (Student Placement)
Duties of the position may include:
• perform post-mortem inspection of hog, beef, or poultry portions, internal organs and carcasses
• make routine disposition on portions and internal organs
• identify carcasses requiring further evaluation by a Veterinarian
• Standing for long periods of time and working in physically demanding environment

Food Safety Inspection (Student Placement)
Duties of the position may include:
• Collecting and conducting food sampling in support of food safety complaints and investigations.
• Creating food sample submissions to the laboratory for further analysis.
• Travelling to field locations and collecting basic information in support of food safety complaints and investigations.
• Verifying the effectiveness of recall activities at food retail locations.
• Working on CFIA electronic systems to report on and document work.


Veterinary Program (Student Placement – 2nd or 3rd year)
Duties of the position may include:
This is an educational opportunity involving exposure to the day-to-day responsibilities of veterinarians working for the CFIA. Building upon the candidate’s undergraduate training in regulatory medicine, the primary focus will be development of a clear understanding of the responsibilities of veterinarians working in the Federal Public Service. Duties and responsibilities in both Meat Hygiene and Animal Health will be emphasized. These responsibilities could include:
• Inspection of live animals at ports of entry (humane transport and Foreign Animal Disease (FAD) control);
• Inspection and testing of live animals for export
• Inspection and testing of imported animals
• Scrapie surveillance inspections
• Specified Risk Material (SRM) sampling 
• Inspection and monitoring of Artificial Insemination Units for the purpose of export to other countries;
• Humane Transport and Trace Inspections at sales barns to ensure compliance with humane transportation regulations and Livestock Identification program requirements;
• Inspection of meat and poultry abattoirs under different inspection methodologies, such as: Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP), Canadian Poultry Inspection Program (CPIP), Modern Poultry Inspection Program (MPIP), Compliance Verification System (CVS);
• Inspection of processing establishments 
• Aquatic inspection
• Veterinary students will also be required to produce and present a project related to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency activities.

Multi Commodity Inspector (Student Placement)
Duties of the position may include:
• Independently collect samples of food products both import and export including but not limited to Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Fish, Processed Products, Dairy, Eggs, Meat etc.
• Prepare sampling receipts as required for samples obtained
• Package, organize collected samples and prepare electronic reports for submission to the appropriate labs
• Organize and possibly prepare shipping documents electronically for courier services using CFIA accounts
• Interact with regulated parties in a professional manner when conducting sampling activities


Administrative Assistant
Duties of the position may include:
• Provide a variety of administrative, clerical and financial support
• Data entry into and maintenance of administrative and financial databases
• prepare reports, letters, presentations, agendas and minutes
• Maintain manual and electronic filing systems
• Collection of financial data from Managers
• Provide customer service to clients
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Outlook
• Working knowledge and accuracy in business mathematics
• Book travel and accommodations
• Work and function as part of a team

Student Laboratory Technician
Duties of the position may include:
• May assist in the preparation of samples for laboratory analysis.
• May assist in the development of testing procedures based on industry standards.
• May participate in method development and other projects.
• Performs assigned Quality Assurance (QA) duties under the supervision of the QA Supervisor.
• Uses laboratory tools and equipment to detect pathogens, toxins or chemical contaminants in samples. 
• Performs work in accordance with established work and safety standards. 
• Documents and communicates results.
• May perform minor maintenance on lab equipment under direction of a qualified staff member.

Wage: 12.93 -25.94 
Contact Email: cfia.hrwest-rhouest.acia@canada.ca

4-H Alberta Camp Staff - Closing Applications: Jan 27, 2019

Employer: 4-H Alberta
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Airdrie and travel across Alberta

Job Description:

Office location: Airdrie, Alberta
Camp Locations: The Alberta 4-H Centre (Main Camp Facility) and Regional Campsites (Throughout the province)
Hours per week: 40+
Salary Range: Office Day Rate: $115-$130; Camp Rate: $900-$1200 per camp; Paid staff training; Accommodation and food provided when at camp
Start date: May 6, 2019
Application Deadline: January 27, 2019 (Midnight)

The 4-H Alberta Camp Staff team will plan, coordinate and/or deliver 4-H Alberta summer camps. Our camps take place across Alberta and the camp sessions are five days in length. This is a job designed for those who have lots of energy, excellent leadership skills, and are able to have fun! Our team is dynamic and all of our staff members need to be dependable, mature and independent workers. 

We are hiring for two types of positions:

4-H Camp Staff - Four Month Position 
• May-June: Co-design camp program including session offerings, camp themes, activities, daily and rainy day schedules
• July-August: co-deliver and oversee the day-to-day running of the camp and ensure their delivery in a safe and quality manner
• Conduct counsellor evaluations, evaluate the camp program, maintain programming supplies inventory counts and control, and make recommendations for the following season.
• NLS certification is an asset

4-H Camp Staff - Two Month Position 
• You’ll be working for the months of July and August at our camps with our four-month 4-H Camp Directors.

Position Requirements:
• Completed one year of post-secondary education;
• Class 5 Alberta Drivers’ License (travel is required in this role);
• Standard First Aid and CPR or ability to obtain
• Obtain and maintain a clear Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check
• If you’re applying as a lifeguard, you must possess your NLS certification.
• Ability to work collaboratively with others 

Lack of camp experience is not an obstacle. We’d like to have someone who can think on their feet, and who is creative and innovative. We’d like for you to be able to work independently with limited supervision and have strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your must have the ability to supervise and evaluate volunteers and campers. Indicate in your cover letter which position you are applying for – the Four Month position or Two Month position or both. Applicants without a cover letter will not be considered. 

Submit your resume and cover letter in confidence to:

Katelyn Strang
4-H Specialist – Programs
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry
97 East Lake Ramp NE, Airdrie AB T4A 0C3
Email: katelyn.strang@gov.ab.ca

We thank all applicants in advance; however, only those invited to an interview will be contacted.

Wage: 
Contact Email: katelyn.strang@gov.ab.ca

Christian Summer Camp Staff - Closing Applications: Feb 05, 2019

Employer: Blue Bronna Wilderness Camp
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: LONGVIEW

Job Description:

Summer Camp Staff:
May 1 - Wrangler, Cook, Maintenance, Program Director, Youth Training Team Leader
June 1 or 15: Wrangler, Cook, Program Staff, Counselors. 
Qualifications/Responsibilities
1) Love God and have a desire to serve him and grow in your faith. 
2) Be responsible for your main job but also be involved in other areas of the camp when needed. 
3) Alternate between the two camps when needed. 
4) Not scared of hard work, long days, the dark, the cold, sleeping in tents or outside under the stars, food cooked over a fire, coyotes howling, or bugs.
5) Must like beautiful sunrises and sunsets, crisp mornings, starry nights, vast expanses, horses, and kids.

Wage: www.bluebronna.org 
Contact Email: office@bluebronna.org

Student Fitness Center Clerk - Closing Applications: May 30, 2019

Employer: CLC Fitness Center 
Job Type: Part-Time
Location: Olds Alberta

Job Description:

Greet customers, paper work, payments, answering questions

Wage: Minimum 13.60 
Contact Email: mackenziekunz543@gmail.com

Conservation Land Negotiator - Closing Applications: Jan 27, 2019

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