Shuttle Driver

Year Round

Shuttle Driver

Position Summary We are seeking a reliable and responsible individual to join our team as a Shuttle Driver. In this role, you will be responsible for providing transportation services to our staff, ensuring that they arrive to work safely and on time. You will transport staff from our various staff accommodation sites to the various worksites on a daily basis. You may also be required to provide transportation to guests of the resort for events such as weddings, festivals, etc. You are a safety conscious and organized person, with a friendly and calm nature. The pay for this position is $25.00 per hour. Major Duties & Responsibilities ·      Provide transportation services to our staff, ensuring that they arrive at work safely and on time.  Transport will be from various staff accommodation locations to the various work sites, including the resort and the ski hill.  Worksites may change depending on the season. ·      Contribute to the development of the staff shuttle roster, and keep this under review as seasons and needs change.  Monitor usage of the shuttle on a weekly basis. ·      Provide transportation services to guests, as required and booked, ensuring timely arrival and pick-ups. ·      Ensure that the resort’s passenger van is well-maintained and regularly serviced, in conjunction with the Maintenance Manager. ·      Follow all traffic laws and regulations while driving. ·      Ensure all Standard Operating Procedures are followed, in conjunction with the Manager, and the  resort’s Health and Safety Coordinator. ·      Maintain accurate records of transportation services provided. ·      Ensure the safety of all passengers during transportation. ·      Immediately communicate any issues or concerns with either passengers or the van to the Manager, and/or the Maintenance Manager as appropriate. ·      Provide other work-related transport services as required, including picking-up new staff from Cranbrook, Calgary, and any other location as agreed. Minimum Qualifications & Skills ·      Valid Class 4 Unrestricted driver’s license and clean driving record. ·      Proven experience as a driver, with a strong focus on safety. ·      Ability to maintain accurate records. ·      Excellent communication skills. ·      Ability to work in a team environment.

Community Nurse (Mat Leave Coverage)

Job Description: The Shuswap Band is seeking a Community Health Nurse to provide a 1-year maternity leave cover from January 2024 until January 2025. This role entails close collaboration with both the community and the health team, with the aim of enhancing the community’s overall well-being through a framework of population health and community development. The Community Health Nurse will promote traditional and cultural approaches to health practices. The chosen candidate will excel in evaluating, planning, implementing, and assessing community health and home care nursing programs. Their expertise should be grounded in local insights, considering elements like morbidity, mortality, population health, and the latest preferred practices relevant to community health and home care nursing. Responsibilities:
  • Utilizing nursing expertise and critical thinking to select strategies and to design, execute, and assess programs and interventions for addressing health concerns while considering relevant evidence, laws, regulations, and policies.
  • Collecting, assessing, analyzing, and applying information from various data sources to make evidence-informed decisions for nursing services, including program planning, development and priority setting with individuals, families, groups, and communities, as well as interpreting information for professional and community audiences.
  • Executing nursing programs set out in agreements: for IMMS, TB Control, Sexual Health, Maternal Child Health, Prenatal/Postnatal, Communicable Disease, Men’s Health, Youth, Mental Health/Wellness and Substance Misuse, Injury Prevention, Chronic Disease.
  • Overseeing the home and community care program process and documents, assessment, care plan, coordinating care and services, home visits, lead home care team, provide education for clients, family and team members, discharge plan, and follow-up.
  • Maintaining records, consent, charting, and protects the privacy and confidentiality of client information.
  • Involving individuals, families, groups, and communities as active partners to take action to address health inequities and foster a self-management care approach for chronic conditions.
  • Advocating for and using culturally relevant and appropriate approaches when building relationships and providing nursing services. Collaborating and sharing knowledge with colleagues, students, First Nations, and other members of the health team.
  • Collaborating with health care team as required by assigning responsibilities, monitoring activities, and providing support, guidance, education, and overall coordination of nursing programs.
  • Performing other related duties as assigned.
  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BScN) from a recognized university or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.  One (1) year of nursing experience.
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Certification in Immunization Competency, or willingness to be certified within 3 months of hire.
  • Possess a valid Class 5 British Columbia Driver’s License, able to submit current drivers abstract and have reliable transportation.
  • Complete and clear the Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening.
  • Experience applying First Nations cultural principles and protocols in work settings, as well as cultural safety, trauma, and healing practices in the community.
  • Knowledge and understanding of how culture impacts communication, attitudes, and health approaches.
  • Knowledge of population health, health inequalities, determinants of health, primary care, health promotion, disease prevention, and clinical care.
  • Application of the nursing process, conceptual frameworks of nursing, theories, and principles of nursing practice.
  • Implementing evidence-based primary care in community and home settings.
  • Some knowledge of wound care, foot care, diabetes, COPD, Asthma, and chronic conditions would be an asset.
  • Physical capability for the role.
We value diversity and welcome all qualified candidates to apply. Employment and promotion of an Indigenous person or Shuswap Band members will be administered in a fair and reasonable manner and is consistent with the Canadian Human Rights Commission Policy on “Aboriginal Employment Preference.”  

Shipping and Receiving

N orth Star Hardware is a proud RONA dealer and has been serving the Columbia Valley in various capacities since the early 70’s. We are family owned and operated offering qualify products with helpful advice and outstanding friendly service. We have been a family owned and operated business in this community for the last 45+ years. We could not operate without our amazing staff, excellent management, exceptional customers, and a community that we are proud to call home. Our management team is focused on the basics of exceptional customer service, outstanding products at fair prices, and a commitment to our local community and economy. We are seeking a full-time Shipping and Receiving within our Invermere store. Position Summary This position is responsible for shipping and receiving all outbound and in-bound product into the facility, as well as data entry. Duties and Responsibilities Under the supervision of the Floor manager, the duties and responsibilities of the Shipping and Receiving include, but are not limited to, the following: · Manage and track all incoming and outgoing shipments; · Pull stock from tiered shelving to prepare for shipping, including sorting, counting pieces, protecting and securing package content, etc.; · Prepare waybills and contact couriers services for pick-up; · Assembly of light hardware components for shipment; · Deliver or route materials within the office using work devices such as a dolly or wagon; · Use of work devices such as a tape machine, hand tools and occasionally power tools; · Order, stock and inventory products as required; · Ensure that orders and invoices match Other · Other duties as assigned. The position offers a competitive employment package and compensation commensurate with experience in a friendly and collaborative work environment. Kindly forward your resume and with cover letter via email North Star Hardware welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process. For more information, check us out online at


Server/Bartender Work, play, and live in beautiful Invermere, BC, with us at Eagle Ranch Resort. Our resort features world-class golf, rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest, a fine-dining experience in our Rustica Restaurant, and a luxury stay in our 20-Room Headwaters Lodge. Eagle Ranch Resort is perched atop a spectacular bluff overlooking the magnificent Columbia River and sparkling waters of Lake Windermere. Only a few kilometers from downtown Invermere, we are a short distance from beaches, shopping, and world-renowned outdoor activities. Owned by Stone Creek Resorts Inc., two world-class golf resorts in the most beautiful natural surroundings are Eagle Ranch Resort in British Columbia and Silvertip Resort in Alberta. Our resorts’ defining features have their foundation in the values; striving to provide an extraordinary experience to our guests is crucial. Our service commitment, SERVICE BEYOND, sets us apart from our competitors. Why Eagle Ranch Resort: Discounted: Golf Privileges, Staff Meals, Restaurant Meals, Golf Shop purchases at Eagle Ranch Resort & Silvertip Resort. Subsidized Staff Accommodation on site. Health and Wellness benefits available after 6-months. Our people experience working at a world-class Golf resort, a fine-dining restaurant & a luxury hotel. We offer a diverse and engaging work environment in a unique location. Close to many outdoor adventures – Kootenay National Park, Banff National Park, Panorama Mountain Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Lake Windermere, etc. Duties and Responsibilities: Reporting to the F&B Supervisor & Executive Chef – the Server/Bartender is responsible for all things front of house related to our restaurant, Rustica, at Eagle Ranch Resort. The right candidate is passionate about bartending & serving, a natural leader, highly organized, detail-oriented, excels in a fast-paced environment, and has a warm and welcoming presence. You are passionate about fantastic food, cocktails, wine, and spirits. This passion should show whenever you are communicating with guests and staff alike. A successful candidate must work according to the company values: caring, integrity, excellence, team spirit, and financial responsibility. You will be a specialist in the delivery and knowledge of our food & beverage products. Welcoming, seating, and taking food & beverage orders for guests. Creating and serving beverages. Serving food orders and ensuring all guests have everything they need. Maintaining a clean work and dining area by removing trash, cleaning tables, and washing glasses, utensils, and equipment. Ensure that all food health sanitation and standards are maintained, and all employees are working within the Occupational Health and Safety guidelines. Monitoring and inspecting all food items received for quality and condition Assisting in the training of new FOH team members. Make sure bills are entered correctly, credit cards are processed properly, and cash-out is done to specifications. Learn the full operation of the POS system. Take ownership of all inventory items under your control and recognize they are as important as cash. Communicate with FOH and Kitchen team leaders. Perform daily operational tasks and maintain daily and weekly cleaning duties. Ensure all patrons are of legal drinking age by requesting & inspecting identification. Other duties as assigned.

Long-term Care Attendant

Position Summary This position may be eligible for relocation allowance. Apply today and ask if you qualify! Interior Health is currently seeking a Long-term Care Attendant to join our team at DURAND MANOR in beautiful GOLDEN, B.C. Who We Are: Interior Health (IH) is committed to achieving a culturally diverse and inclusive workforce that is representative of the communities we serve, and where you are encouraged to bring your whole self to work. Well-being and work life balance is promoted within the IH team, and our commitment to environmental sustainability supports our primary goal of increasing the health and well-being of everybody in the Interior Health region from our employees to the population we serve. What We Offer: We offer a range of employee benefits and services to support you at every stage of your career: • Employee & Family Assistance Program • Employer paid training/education opportunities • Generous Vacation Entitlement • Employer Paid Health Benefits • Municipal Pension Plan • Shift Premiums • Competitive wages About the Job: As the Long-term Care Attendant (LTCA) you will work as an integral part of a dynamic, multi-disciplinary team, who provide care and support in a long-term care setting. Working under the direction of RN’s and LPN’s, LTCA’s have key responsibilities in the individual care plan for each patient, ensuring their physical, emotional and social needs are supported, while promoting maximum independence. Typical duties include: • Assisting with personal care and activities of daily living • Assisting with mobility, transfers and related equipment • Performing nursing procedures such as taking temperature, pulse and respiration • Housekeeping activities relating to maintaining a safe and healthy environment • Observing and reporting changes in patient behavior and condition • Accompanying clients on outings and during social activities • Performing clerical duties and delegated tasks This is a PERMANENT PART-TIME (0.70 FTE) OPPORTUNITY. Working rotating days, evening, nights; with shift times of 07:00 to 15:00, 15:00 to 23:00, 23:00 to 07:00 About this location/unit: Henry M. Durand Manor, located in Golden, embodies a resident-centered philosophy designed to support residents’ choices, help people function at their highest level, and provide the best quality of life possible. The facility is attached to Golden and District Hospital and houses 26 residential beds, 2 short term stay beds, 2 dining centres, resident lounge, bathing facilities, and an activity room. We have a washer and dryer on site for personal laundry as well as outdoor courtyards complete with flower gardens for our residents to enjoy. The activity department provides planned activities and outings for residents and we also have adult day programs offered 3 days per week. See why Interior Health is a Top 100 BC Employer! Interior Health is an organization where you have room to grow and where life outside of work is just as important to us as it is to you. Apply Today! Qualifications Grade 10 • Graduation from a recognized Nursing Assistant / Health Care Aide Program or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience • Registration with the BC Care Aide & Community Health Worker registry (please include your active number) *Along with a copy of your CV (or resume) please upload a copy of your health care certificate. Comments This posting is covered by the Provincial Health Officer’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination orders and selected applicant(s) must comply. Interior Health now offers assistance from an Aboriginal Employment Advisor. If you self-identify as Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) and if you would like assistance with internal career exploration, send your question via email to to be redirected to the Employment Advisor. We invite applicants to self-identify as First nations, Métis, or Inuit within cover letters and/or resumes.

Program Manager

Do you have a passion for the environment and are interested in working with a local,non-profit organization? The Wildsight Invermere Branch is accepting applications for a Program Manager. JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY: The Program Manager provides leadership and management to ensure Wildsight Invermere is achieving the organization’s mandate. This goal is achieved by working directly with the Wildsight Invermere Board of Directors, who set policy and strategic direction. The Program Manager will be responsible for program development and management, communications, outreach, fundraising, and administration.   JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Overview 1. Ensure financial stability and viability by leading fundraising efforts, securing grants, and establishing long term donor relationships. 2. Provide oversight and assume responsibility for all Branch activities. 3. Develop programming in a timely fashion with respect to funding deadlines. 4. Ensure fiscal accountability and stability. 5. Supervise other staff and consultants, as required. 6. Collaborate with the Board of Directors in developing plans, strategic direction and financial projections. 7. Act in a responsible and professional manner when representing Wildsight Invermere. 8. Act as spokesperson along with the President of the Board.   Programming 1. Create and Implement programming that engages Wildsight members and supporters in collaboration with the Board 2. Carry out duties associated with the branch’s ongoing strategic planning, projects and outreach activities in collaboration with the Board 3. Work to maintain Wildsight’s visibility in the community 4. Collaborate with other community groups, when appropriate 5. Identify volunteer opportunities, recruit and supervise volunteers, and provide appropriate acknowledgement. 6. Oversee Wildsight Invermere Spark (Electric Vehicle Share Program) contractors, providing support and oversight for project work and funding applications. Ensure all reports to funders and relevant agencies are completed as required. 7. Provide support for Wildsight Invermere Board of Directors, including the coordination of the Annual General Meeting. 8. Orientation and supervision of program and project staff or contractors, as required.   Financial 1. Maintain the organization’s financial viability by identifying and applying for grants and facilitating fundraising opportunities, being mindful of short and long term financial stability 2. Work in collaboration with the Treasurer in preparation of a yearly budget and monthly board reports. 3. Manage payments and donations and coordinate with bookkeeper monthly 4. Create and maintain budgeting goals for the organization as a whole and for specific projects.   Communications 1. Create communications materials including monthly newsletter to members, writing press releases, emails, and creating posters. 2. Update the branch web page with events, news, blogs as needed. 3. Create a social media presence on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn 4. Media contact with local papers 5. Manage the database with oversight from Wildsight Regional. Use the database effectively to manage event, donor, volunteer, and contact information. 6. Participate in information sharing and policy discussions with Wildsight Regional and other Wildsight Branches. 7. Represent Wildsight Invermere when appropriate at community meetings, events, and to local government and other organizations. Respond to inquiries from organizations and the public. 8. Network with other community organizations to better direct resources and collaborations.   Administration 1. Develop an annual organizational work plan in collaboration with the Board 2. Create specific monthly work plans 3. Ensure that the organization meets all legal requirements for a Society under the BC Societies Act. 4. Ensure that the organization completes all required reporting. 5. Maintain a log of hours, and provide a monthly report to the Board 6. Maintain the Wildsight Invermere office space and equipment.   What you bring: ● Self-motivation and independence, with a demonstrated ability to collaborate ● An ability to manage projects, set priorities and meet deadlines ● You are a good communicator and have a demonstrated ability to write clearly ● You are outgoing and want to engage with the community ● Commitment to Wildsight Invermere’s mission   It would be great if you had: ● Experience in the non-profit or advocacy sector ● Social media experience ● Knowledge of local environmental issues This position is flexible in hours 30-40 hours a week. The position will remain open until acandidate is hired. Successful applicant will be located in the Columbia Valley (Canal Flats – Edgewater) Please send a CV and cover letter to

Franchise Sales Consultant

Is this job for you?: Do you believe in putting the customer first? Do you love solving problems and finding solutions? Do you have an outgoing personality? Would you like an unlimited income potential? WELCOME HOME! We know what it means to put the customer first – our business is built on a tradition of exceptional, personalized customer service. Our employees experience the excitement and satisfaction that comes with working for a successful company where every team member makes a difference and hard work is valued and rewarded. We are a locally owned and independently operated Franchise location of Canada’s biggest Home Furnishings Retailer. We are actively seeking to expand our sales force with enthusiastic people that have a great customer focused attitude! The winning combination of team spirit and desire for career focused growth will ensure a rewarding, challenging, and profitable career. Why The Brick?: • Competitive pay • Paid training • Career progression program • Access to free personal development training • Employee discounts • Recognition, incentives, prizes and giveaways! Responsibilities: As a Sales Associate, you have a passion for customer service and thrive in a fast-paced environment This vital quality allows you to be a team oriented individual who enjoys: • Working with others to accomplish both common and personal goals • Assist customers with their purchases through relationship selling • Maintain knowledge of Brick products and services • Ability to quickly establish rapport with others that will unquestionably complement your desire to thrive in this commission sales environment Qualifications: • High school diploma or equivalent • Must be 18 years of age or older • Excellent communication skills • Proven ability to multitask and stay organized • Ability to learn new computer applications • Flexibility to work all shifts as required, including evenings and weekends • Criminal record check required Come join our community minded business! No sales experience required. We welcome all abilities to apply. We thank all those who apply; however, only those applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted.

Sales Associate

Village Arts is seeking a motivated individual to work part time at the store. Do you have an interest in the arts? If you enjoy being surrounded by beautiful art then this is a dream job! Please get in touch if this is you! Requirements: Be available to work up to 15 hours per week including some weekends. This can be a set schedule that works well with you! Possess outstanding people skills Have a keen desire to learn Be organized, energetic, positive and self motivated We offer you: $17.00/hour starting wage Apply with resume and cover letter to or visit us at the store!  

Wizards Assistant, AKA Sales clerk

This is a fast pace, fabulous place to work. Busy busy. Waiting on lovely cusotmers helping them find the perfect outfit for a wedding, or a bathing suit for hitting the lake. It is a posotion for a very social person. Everyone does everything in here. Filling clothing, taking cash, wrapping gifts. Never a dull moment in this boutique shop. Flexible full time or part time.

Communications and Member Events Coordinator

Located on the unceded shared traditional territory of the Ktunaxa and Secwepemc First Nations, the local communities of the Shuswap Band and the Akisqnuk First Nation, and the chosen home of the Columbia Valley Metis, the Columbia Valley is a great place to call home. The Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce (CVCC) started as the Windermere Board of Trade in 1911 and has been serving our region for over 100 years. Today, our Chamber supports over 350 business and non-profit members from Canal Flats, to Spillimacheen, to Panorama, and everything in between. We believe in and embrace the Community & Economic ecosystem that is needed for a well-balanced region. This position will bolster many existing initiatives that we already support while growing our ability to do even more for our region. The successful applicant will be a key member of our Chamber team, working with businesses and non-profit groups to find out what they need to be successful, and building supports around this. Our ideal candidate will need to be motivated, able to work independently, have exceptional people skills, and be comfortable engaging in-person, over the phone and through virtual tools. While the points below outline the expectations for the role, you will need to be versatile & open to potential changes as this role inevitably develops greater scope. DUTIES, DELIVERABLES & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT:
  • Lead and/or support our existing programs & create new ones relevant to the needs identified. o Recurring Events such as “Lunch & Learns”, “Business After Business”, and “Breakfast Networking”. Key Events such as”Business Best Ball” and the “Business Excellence Awards”.
  • General administrative services and tasks as needed.
  • Communications, social media support and tasks, including but not limited to:
  • Posting& sharing content on social media.
  • Developing e-newsletters, writing articles & blogposts, and distributing these.
  • Learn about and assist in delivering visitor information services.
  • Directing organizations to support programs throughout our region and beyond.
  • With the support of the CVCC Team, apply for and seek funding sources for our organization and others.
  • Attend and/or lead in-person and virtual community events with other organizations to learn more ways that we can support the community and our region, including but not limited to: Invermere Business Committee, Fairmont Business Committee, and the Radium Business Committee.
As needed, lead and/or support CVCC committees KEY QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
  • Valid BC driver’s license and insured vehicle that can handle highway driving.
  • Knowledge of services and resources available in our region.
  • Proven meeting facilitation experience, both in-person and virtual, with proficiency in meeting logistics, presentations, and group participation/engagement skills.
  • Experience in media, advertising, writing, and marketing preferable.
  • Self-motivated, confident, and able to work well independently.
  • Entrepreneurial mindset and ability to think creatively and “outside the box”.
  • Excellent communication skills – verbal, written and electronic.
  • Excellent customer care skills including cold calling and relationship management.
  • Strong organizational and time management abilities including proficiency multi-tasking and prioritizing tasks.
  • The ability to listen, understand and respond to the needs of organizations and operators.
  • Experience with office operations and programs such as QuickBooks and other CRM tools is considered a strong asset.
APPLICATION CRITERIA: The CVCC is an equal opportunity employer. While not required, we understand and recognize the importance of candidates with circumstances that may include one or more of the following: o Currently unemployed or under-employed. o Youth(up to age 30) o Individuals with disabilities (either Persons with Disabilities (PWD) designation through the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction.
  • You must be legally able to work in Canada.
  • No relocation costs will be offered to the successful candidate.
To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume via email to Pete Bourke, Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce, email • • • • To learn more about our organization and some of our key initiatives, please visit the following: Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce Invest Columbia Valley (Community Economic Development) Work Columbia Valley (Regionally focused recruitment site) Columbia Valley Housing Society We appreciate all applicants who will apply for these roles, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.