Laundry Attendant

Summer

Laundry Attendant

Prestige Radium Hot Springs Resort is looking for a seasonal full-time or part-time Laundry Attendant. A Laundry Attendant is responsible for a variety of laundry and housekeeping services to maintain the presentation of guest rooms and public areas of the property on a daily basis in accordance with standards set by Prestige Hotels & Resorts. The Laundry Attendant must ensure hotel quality and guest satisfaction at all times and assists guests whenever possible. Who are we? We are more than a hotel chain. We are B.C.’s finest family-owned chain of resorts, hotels, and inns. Delivering superior guest experiences with a personal touch, hard work, and kindness is at the forefront of our company values. Read our story at: https://www.prestigehotelsandresorts.com/about-us/our-story/ What is in it for you? – Be a part of a company that wants to make a difference in BC communities (visit our website to read about our love for JoeAnna’s House and our Go Green Program) – Competitive hourly wage ($18 per hour) – Restaurant and Hotel discounts What does an ideal candidate look like? – Must like to have fun at work! – A positive team player attitude and a strong willingness to learn – Prior experience is an asset, but is NOT required – Neat and tidy appearance as this position deals with the public – Must be legally entitled to work in Canada

Resposible Adult

Qualifications : – Must have Responsible Adult or an ECEA – Hold a valid First Aide Certificate – Complete a Criminal Record Check – Means of transportation and accommodations . Job Duties: This program is for children Kindergarten – Grade 3 who have been in school all day. Individualize the program and plan activities from observations of the children in your care. Create opportunities that use materials to expand play and encourage individual differences, such as ( sports opportunities, outdoor adventures, games, team building , individual activities, art , etc.) Daily work Load: – Follow schedules established to do your share of work. –  Ensure that cleaning , organizing, etc. is completed prior to leaving. – Familiarize yourself with booking policies and sign in books – Learn how to do tallies at the end of day encase Manager is absent for a day. – Report any problems to the manager. Hours of Work: – After  School times  Monday – Thursday – 2:30- 5:30    Friday – 12:30- 5:30 – Pro D Days  – 8:30-5:30 – Spring Break 2 weeks Full Days –  Summer 5 weeks total last 2 1/2 weeks in July and first couple of days of August plus 2 weeks.  August depends on the way the days fall each year. – Winter Break second week of the break only through winter break. Wage; Will be determined on amount of experience.              

Early Childcare Educator ( Certified ECEA , ECE , ECE I/T )

If you would like to work at a multi age Childcare Centre in beautiful Invermere, B.C. this place is for you! Join our team of caring professionals in one of our 3 unique programs. Infant/Toddler, 3-5 yrs. also After School Program with 5 to 10 year old’s. We are seeking full and part time employees for the following: Early childhood Educators :
  1. Needs Certificate for ECE License to Practice Certificate for ECEA /ECE /ECE I/T / ECE Special Needs with I/T
  2. Have documentation of a clear Criminal Check and a Child First Aid Certificate
  3. Develop and implement child-care program that support and promote the physical, cognitive, emotional and social development of children.
  4. Lead activities by telling or reading stories, teaching songs, taking children to local points of interest and providing opportunities to express creativity through the media of art, dramatic play and physical activity.
  5. Plan and maintain an environment that protects the health, security and well-being of all children.
  6. Assess the abilities, interests and needs of children and discuss process or problems with parents and other staff members.
  7. Guide and assist children in the development of proper eating, dressing and toilet habits.
  8. Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with co-workers and community.
 

Executive Director

We Are Hiring – Executive Director Are you a leader looking for a meaningful way to make a difference in our community? Windermere Valley Childcare Society is a not-for-profit organization committed to providing quality, inclusive and affordable childcare services in the Columbia Valley. We are located in Invermere, BC. WVCCS has been carefully designed to ensure it is a safe, comfortable environment to accommodate the abilities and needs of all children. We are looking for an Executive Director to lead our mission of providing the community safe and loving environments where children can play, learn and grow together. In this role, you’ll spearhead our strategic vision, oversee fiscal budgets, and provide dynamic leadership across our organization and centers. Join us in shaping the future of our society and centers while making a tangible difference in the lives of those we serve! KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will inspire, lead, and collaborate with the society’s highly dedicated and engaged staff to support the following responsibilities: Leadership and Strategic Planning ● Develop and Implement Strategies: Formulate and execute strategic plans to achieve organizational goals in collaboration with the board of directors. ● External Representation and Partnerships: Enhance the organization’s visibility and credibility by participating in external events and cultivating strategic partnerships to boost community awareness and program enhancement. ● Team Leadership and Alignment: Build and lead a committed team, ensuring all activities align with the organization’s mission and values through successful programs and community engagement. Operational Management ● Operations and Compliance: Oversee all aspects of the childcare facility’s operations, including program development, facility maintenance, and compliance with local and provincial regulations. Financial Management ● Budget Development and Management: Create and oversee the budget, ensuring fiscal responsibility and efficient resource allocation. ● Financial Reporting and Reviews: Prepare accurate financial reports for the board of directors and assist with annual financial reviews, audits, and regular financial updates. Staff Management ● Recruitment and Training: Recruit, hire, and manage staff, creating a positive and inclusive work environment. ● Retention and Development: Retain a diverse, highly qualified team by offering career coaching, personal development, performance evaluations, and professional growth opportunities. Community Engagement ● Liaison and Relationship Building: Act as a liaison between the center and the community, promoting services and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders, families, and community partners. Quality Assurance ● Standards and Improvement: Establish and monitor quality assurance measures and implement continuous improvement initiatives based on feedback and evaluation. Risk Management ● Risk Identification and Safety Protocols: Identify and address potential risks, and develop and implement safety protocols and emergency procedures. WHAT WE OFFER ● Salary: Competitive salary range of $75,000 – $90,000 CAD, tailored to match your expertise and achievements. ● Work Life Balance: Enjoy a healthy work-life balance with a 35-hour work week. ● Professional Development: Dedicated support for professional development, empowering you to grow and excel in your career. ● Healthcare Benefits: Extended healthcare benefits for you and your family, ensuring peace of mind. WHO YOU ARE ● Minimum of five (5) years of proven work experience in a senior leadership role within a daycare and/or social services setting. ● Experience in preparing and/or overseeing an annual operating budget, including responsibility for expenditures, fundraising and operational management. ● Experience leading, managing, mentoring, and developing staff. ● Demonstrated effective leadership skills in fiscal management, strategic planning and delivery, and program development. ● Experience reporting to a Board of Directors in a direct or acting capacity in a childcare or non-profit society preferred. ● Proven experience building relationships and working directly with childcare, education, government and public sector officials, partners and stakeholders. ● Knowledge of regulations and standards related to childcare facilities. ● Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. ● Ability to make sound decisions and problem-solve in a fast-paced environment. ● Exceptional verbal and written communication skills. ● Commitment to the well-being, growth and education of all Join us and engage in meaningful and impactful work with an organization that is truly making a difference in our community! We welcome all applicants regardless of race, gender, orientation, sexual orientation, economic class, ability, disability, age, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, or status. We believe that different perspectives and backgrounds are what make our company succeed. Please note only applicants chosen to move forward will be contacted. Submit letter of application and resume to: Pat Miller, Manager Windermere Valley Childcare Society 620B 4th St, Invermere BC 250-342-3168 wvccs@telus.net

English Language Instructor

English Language Instructor – Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy We are looking for an English language instructor with experience teaching multi-level classes. The ideal candidate will have strong communication, record-keeping, and computer skills, including proficiency in using Zoom. A willingness to take Portfolio-based Language Assessment training is essential. This position is 8 hours per week and involves teaching 2 multi-level, 2-hour classes per week, with 4 hours of prep time. Depending upon need and interest, more hours may be available. Training will be provided in August and language classes will begin in September. Email cover letter and resume to Misty Hawes, Community Literacy Outreach Coordinator Windermere Valley, at wvcoordinator@cbal.org by 4 pm, July 19, 2024. We thank you for your interest; however, only those shortlisted will be contacted for an interview. Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy is committed to promoting equal employment opportunities for all community members.

Packaging Technician

YOUR DAILY MISSION: Pack, inspect, and box the best coffee on the planet. WHO ARE YOU You’re the whole package. Pun intended. You go with the flow. You are flexible, adaptable and ready to tackle whatever the day brings. Change? Scary? Nah, you can handle it. You work best in a role where you can be on your feet, moving around quickly, and keeping busy with an upbeat environment and crew. You’re also curious. Curious about our coffee, our equipment, and all the processes in between. You are comfortable flying solo, but you’d rather work with a team. Because what’s better than one Packaging Technician? 20+ Packaging Technicians, obviously. WHAT WILL YOU DO? Not to brag, but our Packaging Line Technicians are the best baggers in the biz. Mainly due to their stealth ability to package, inspect, box, and prepare to ship the best coffee in the country, all while focusing on safety and efficiency. But it could also be due to their lightning-fast speed or their chameleon-like adaptability. In this role, you’ll learn and do all of the above while working closely with your team to perform daily clean-ups, room preparations, and relentless quality control. Being a Line Technician involves repetitive, physically demanding work in a team setting. But that’s not all. Our team exercise their minds, too. Over time, your leaders will train you on our equipment, helping you to become a master machine operator. RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Follow standard operating procedures to bag and box our beans!
  • Inspect all finished products to ensure quality control standards are being met.
  • Identify and communicate defects and process errors that compromise quality and standard operating procedures.
  • Operate packaging equipment using HMI touch screen.
  • Perform basic troubleshooting on some equipments.
  • Enter data into ERP software, allocating materials and maintaining inventory.
  • Perform daily clean-ups and room preparations.
  • Follow all health and safety policies and procedures in place.
  • Participate in Kaizen/Continuous Improvement or any new initiative as required.
  • Special project tasks as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Experience working in physically-demanding role, working on your feet 8 hours a day, lifting, bending, and twisting!
  • Previous work experience in a manufacturing or production setting, and operating production equipment or packaging machinery is considered an asset.
  • Basic computer skills and data entry experience is required. Experience using Microsoft Excel is an asset. Open to learning and developing new skills is a must!
  • Legally entitled to work in Canada.
PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
  • Genuine, professional, and fun disposition with a positive, “mug half full” outlook on life.
  • Change doesn’t scare you; you’ve got grit! Willingness to adapt, learn, and grow as you navigate change.
  • A strong curiosity and a desire to continuously learn and improve.
  • Superb manual dexterity and the ability to perform quick movements.
  • Physically able to stand for eight hours a day while lifting, bending, twisting, and sometimes even dancing. Ability to lift and pull up to 50 pounds.
  • Capable of remaining alert and attentive while monitoring a number of moving pieces.
  • Desire to annihilate mediocrity with strong attention to detail and high personal standards for quality.
PERKS TO PIQUE YOUR INTEREST When individuals thrive, communities thrive. And we are here to help that happen. The following perks and programs have been designed with intention, to ensure our people prosper.
  • The Dough: Living wages for all our roles, specifically this role starts at $20.40 per hour
  • Comprehensive Benefits: Designed to support employee wellness and mental health, our benefits program is as full as our mugs! In addition to our standard medical and dental coverage, we offer:
  • $700 wellness and recreation allowance annually.
  • $2,000 flexible paramedical services coverage per year.
  • Ten paid Health Days for your health and wellness.
  • A whole heck of a lot of time off including 4 weeks of paid vacation after one year of work.
  • Celebrate your birthday with a paid day off and a $100 gift certificate to your local business of choice.
  • Access to emergency or crisis support through our Employee & Family Assistance Program.
  • Mug Fillers: Damn good discounts on coffee beans, and have all the caffeine you will need to keep you fuelled onsite. These benefits include discounted beverages, food, and merchandise in the Café.
  • Environmental and Community Giving: Our Green Commuting program pays employees up to $3.00 per day for choosing a green commute to work. Our Dream Fund provides Kicking Horse Coffee dreamers with financial funding to put towards community projects.
  • Continued Education: All employees have access to world-class, online learning through our partnership with Harvard ManageMentor.
  • Exceptional Human Beans: Working with a kick-ass team? We think that is the best perk of all. Our crew of coffee lovers love what they do and are great at it too!
ADDITIONAL INFO
  • We work eight-hour days, Monday to Friday.
  • We are hiring for a full-time, permanent position on our PM Shift (2:30 pm – 10:30 pm or 3:00 pm – 11:00 pm) with the flexibility to work the AM Shift as needed (6:00 am – 2:00 pm or 6:30 am – 2:30 pm).
HOW TO APPLY Sound like your cuppa? You seem like a mover-and-a-shaker. You should probably apply. Create your account with our candidate portal (through Get Hired) and submit your resume and application form. Since you’re more than just a resume, please be prepared to answer a few questions about yourself including:
  1. Tell us one thing about yourself we would not find on your resume.
  2. Why do you want to work with us?
  3. What inspires you about small-town, mountain living?
This posting will remain open until the position is filled, with applications reviewed as they are received. So don’t delay, apply right away! SPIRIT OF LOVE Love means welcoming everyone to ensure an inclusive place for all. We seek team members from all walks of life, backgrounds, and cultures.

Accounting & Administrative Assistant

Columbia Valley Tourism Marketing Society & Tourism Radium is seeking a detailed-oriented and organized Accounting and Administration Assistant to join our dynamic team. This position plays a crucial role in supporting both the administrative functions and financial operations of our organization. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in accounting principles, excellent administrative skills, knowledge of QuickBooks  and a passion for supporting the tourism industry in the Columbia Valley. Key Responsibilities Accounting Support:
  • Assist with accounts payable and receivable functions
  • Prepare and process invoices, expense reports, and other financial documents
  • Complete cash outs and reconcile bank statements and credit card transactions
  • Maintain accurate records of financial transactions
  • Assist with payroll processing and related documentation
Administrative Support:
  • Support the organization and maintenance of office operations and procedures
  • Coordinate meetings, appointments and internal scheduling
  • Communicate effectively with vendors, members and other stakeholders regarding financial and administrative matters
  • Provide support during events and promotional activities organized by the society
  • Assist with special projects and other organizational related initiatives
Qualifications:
  • Proven experience as an Accounting Assistant or similar role
  • Knowledge of basic accounting principles and practices
  • Proficiency in QuickBooks (QBO) and MS Office
  • Attention to detail and accuracy in work
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize tasks
  • Diploma or degree in Accounting, Business Administration or relevant field is preferred.

Visitor Information Counsellor

Visitor Information Counsellor Looking for an exciting role in the Tourism Industry? Valley Visitor Services is currently looking for seasonal and year-round Visitor Information Counsellors to join our team. Tourism/Visitor Information Counsellors are an important link between the visitor and tourism industry product and service providers. The main activities of a Tourism/Visitor Information Counsellor includes identifying a visitor’s needs, offering information and selling tourism products and services. A Tourism/Visitor Information Counsellor is an ambassador to tourism in our province – an extremely important role. If you have a passion to share local knowledge and enjoy working in a fast paced environment, this could be the perfect opportunity for you! Locations: Radium Hot Springs (Year Round & Seasonal) & Fairmont Hot Springs (Seasonal) Skills and Abilities: – Excellent communication skills – Excellent customer service and organizational skills – Knowledge of attractions, events, tourism products/services – Team player who is able to work independently – Computer skills including MS Office – Outgoing, friendly and welcoming – Independent self starter who is able to work with little supervision Duties & Responsibilities: – Welcome visitors and determine their needs – Answer inquiries by phone, in person and email – Provide accurate information to visitors regarding destination, transportation, accommodations, etc. – Assist individuals or groups to plan itineraries and travel plans – Promote tourism products, events and services in the Columbia Valley – Gather and record statistical information related to each visitor party – Post and share current information of interest to visitors such as travel alerts, road and weather reports – Maintain brochure racks and ensure adequate inventory is always on hand – Review and support updating of visitor materials as necessary – Follow all Standard Operating Procedures as outlined for the Visitor Centre – Other tourism and administrative duties as assigned On-site training as well as Destination BC Visitor Services training will be provided. Please note your preferred location in your application. This is a seasonal position beginning in May and ending in September. Start and end dates may change based on the needs of the business or the individual/applicant. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Salary: $18 per hour

Program Coordinator

Program Coordinator The Columbia Lake Stewardship Society (CLSS) is looking for a Program Coordinator to serve as the key leader and visionary for the organization. The Program Coordinator will be responsible for driving the organization’s mission, strategic direction, and program delivery. Wage: $25/hr, 32 hours a week Term: 6 months, with the possibility to extend. Location: Columbia Valley, British Columbia Deadline to Apply: Accepting applications until the position is filled. Eligibility: In accordance with funding requirements, all applicants must be between the age of 15 to 30, a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or have Canadian refugee status and legally allowed to work in Canada.   Organization Background: The Columbia Lake Stewardship Society (CLSS) is a charitable organization dedicated to preserving the ecological health and water supply of Columbia Lake for present and future generations through scientific investigation, collaboration, and outreach. The organization works toward achieving this mission by researching the lake, advocating for its sustainability, engaging with local communities, disseminating our findings, and developing our organization. Our main activities include monitoring the water quality and quantity of Columbia Lake, its tributaries, and the upper reaches of the Columbia River; promoting habitat protection and restoration; conducting species surveys and monitoring; and facilitating education and outreach initiatives within the community. Through our scientific investigation, we gather data to assess the impacts of various factors influencing the lake’s ecological health and water balance. CLSS shares its findings with local communities, organizations, and governments, encouraging collective efforts to preserve the freshwater ecosystem and natural environment of Columbia Lake. Job Description: The Program Coordinator will work with the Board of Directors and citizen scientist volunteers and ensure the successful delivery of the organization’s programs. The Program Coordinator position is 32 hours per week, with some weekend shifts required. Responsibilities: Leadership and Strategy: Provide strategic leadership, vision, and direction to achieve the organization’s goals and objectives. Financial Management: Oversee budgeting, financial planning, and ensure sound fiscal management in alignment with program deliverables. Fundraising: Develop and implement comprehensive fundraising strategies, including grant writing and maintaining relationships with grantors, and aligning programs to various funding opportunities. Community Engagement: Cultivate and maintain relationships with stakeholders, including donors, funders, partners, local and provincial governments, and the community at large. Program Delivery: Ensure successful delivery of education, outreach, and science programs including conducting water quality and quantity field work, recruiting and training volunteers, and planning kids camp and outreach booths. Program Management: Develop programs and ensure successful delivery, implementation, and evaluation to ensure effectiveness and alignment with the organization’s mission. Board Relations: Work closely with the Board of Directors, providing regular updates and collaborating on strategic planning. Advocacy and Public Relations: Represent the organization, advocate for its mission, and serve as a spokesperson to promote public awareness, education and support. Staff Management: Recruit, lead, support, and oversee team members, fostering a collaborative and positive work environment. Required Qualifications and Experience: ·       Post-secondary education diploma, certificate, or degree in environmental science, environmental studies, biology, hydrology, environmental resource management, geography, or a closely related field. ·       Strong budget management skills: experience with QuickBooks is valued. ·       Experience in fundraising including grant writing is highly valued. ·       Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership abilities. ·       A strong interest and passion for science and/or the environment. ·       Ability to provide Vulnerable Sector Check at the start of the position (required for our programs involving engagement with children). ·       Self-motivated individual with a demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and complete them promptly. ·       Proficient in computer literacy, with familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel programs. ·       Strong communication and collaboration skills, with the ability to work independently. ·       Willingness to work outdoors in various weather conditions, including rain or shine. ·       Valid driver’s license and have access to an operating vehicle and able to commute to various locations around the lake. ·       Secured housing in the Columbia Valley at the start of the position. Additional Valued Qualifications: –        Pleasure Craft Operator Card. –        First aid certified.   To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: Nancy Wilson, Chair admin@columbialakess.ca We appreciate your interest in working for the Columbia Lake Stewardship Society.

Taxi Driver

We are professional, agile, customer-centric, and our goal is to Provide Reliable, Safe Transportation to our local and tourist population.   Our work environment includes: Relaxed atmosphere On-the-job training Flexible working hours Safe work environment   We’re seeking Class 4/2/1 Taxi Drivers with a safe driving history. If you’re eligible and willing to get a Class 4 license to work with us, we can provide training.   Responsibilities: Pick up local passengers and drive them to destinations around the area. Help passengers with luggage and assist passengers with special needs Collect taximeter fares Maintain travel logs and record cash and credit transactions Maintain contact with taxi dispatch unit Clean and make minor repairs to vehicle or take vehicle for servicing Job Types: Full-time, Part-time Pay: $700.00-$900.00 per week Expected hours: 24 – 48 per week   Benefits: Flexible schedule   Flexible Language Requirement: French not required   Schedule: 10 hour shift 8 hour shift Evening shift Holidays Morning shift Night shift On call Weekends as needed Supplemental pay types: Commission pay Tips   License/Certification: Class 4 License (required)   Expected start date: 2024-08-01