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Alberta Government Job Hiring Now For More Than 40 Locations


Alberta Government Job: The Government of Alberta is hiring now for the Ministry of Children’s Services for 5 regions across the Province:

North Region: Includes Edson, Hinton, Whitecourt, Athabasca, Westlock, Barrhead, Lac La Biche, St. Paul, Vegreville, Bonnyville, Cold Lake, Slave Lake, Grande Cache, Grande Prairie, Peace River, High Prairie, High Level, Fairview, Fort McMurray and Valleyview.

Edmonton Region: Includes Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Spruce Grove, St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Stony Plain, Leduc, Enoch, and Metis Settlements.

Central Region: Includes Lloydminster, Wainwright, Camrose, Wetaskiwin, Drayton Valley, Rocky Mountain House, Red Deer, Stettler, Drumheller, and Olds.

Calgary Region: Includes Calgary, High River, Airdrie, and Strathmore

South Region: Includes Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Blairmore, Taber, Brooks, and Fort MacLeod.

About the position 

Early intervention, child development, and providing support and services to children, youth, and families are all priorities for Children’s Services. It seeks to provide children in Alberta with the resources they require to flourish in healthy homes and communities. 

The CI Practitioner – Entry Level is a developmental role that will set you on a rewarding career path in Children’s Services. Working with a team of CI professionals, you will expand your knowledge and skills as you work toward being a fully licensed Child Intervention Practitioner.

You will build confidence in your capacity to work collaboratively with families and community partners to create safe environments and identify safety and risk issues within communities and households. 

The Ministry of Children’s Services has several Child Intervention Practitioner – Entry Level job openings around Alberta to fill existing and future vacancies.



Job Requirements

Education: A bachelor’s degree or diploma in social work, with no prior experience, or equivalency as specified below, is necessary.

  • A university degree related to:
    • BA Child Studies/Child & Youth Care
    • BA Education
    • Bachelor of Health Sciences
    • Bachelor of Human Services
    • BA/BSc Psychology
    • BA Sociology
    • Bachelor of Community Rehab
    • BSc. Family Studies/Human Ecology
    • BA Early Child Development
    • Law Degree
    • Any of the above degrees and one year of related experience
  • Or a diploma related to Addictions/Counseling, Child and Youth Care, Human Services, and Criminal Justice, with 2 years of related experience 
  • Or a certificate related and 3 years of related experience.

Related experience for equivalencies:

  • Case management and planning in a child intervention setting.
  • Crisis intervention and protection work.
  • Foster care.
  • Family preservation and family support.
  • Counselling youth.
  • Youth corrections work.
  • Child Care Program development (Teacher, Teacher Aide, Psychologist).
  • Experience and understanding Indigenous peoples, various cultures, community connections, and socially inclusive environments.

Other requirements include communicating effectively and concisely in writing and utilizing professional and inclusive vocabulary. 

Competencies

Creative Problem Solving: Ability to obtain information from many sources, analyze and interpret information to develop reports, and make decisions related to case planning.

Agility: Can prioritize competing for workload pressures while contributing to organizational goals.

Drive for Results: Demonstrates the ability to gather, integrate, and understand complex information sets, as well as achieve goals and priorities to produce results per departmental objectives and instructions: excellent analytical, evaluation, and critical thinking abilities.

Building Collaborative Environments: can work cooperatively and collaboratively with various teams within the business, community, and other Government ministries/agencies to fulfill client and ministry goals and objectives.

Developing Networks:  The ability to interact positively, build relationships and work effectively with others.

Develop Self and Others: The ability to invest in the long-term capabilities development of oneself and others.

Prerequisites for Employment

As part of the application process, you must complete and pass the following tests:

  • Written evaluation and assessment,
  • Professional and/or academic reference checks,
  • Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector,
  • Intervention Record Check,
  • Alberta College of Social Workers Registration (if applicable), and 
  • Provide a current 5 year Commercial Driver Abstract

The applicants are responsible for the initial costs of obtaining the above requirements.

Job Summary

Salary: $2,255.61 to $2,907.15 bi-weekly ($58,871 – $75,876/ year)

Work hours: Monday to Friday, 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (36.25 hours per week (full-time)). 

Closing Date: December 9, 2022

Travel Requirements: Because travel will be required in the CI Practitioner – Entry Level role, successful candidates will be required to provide a current five-year Commercial Driver Abstract. Additionally, when government fleet vehicles are unavailable, employees may be obliged to utilize their own automobiles.

How to apply? 

To apply, click here. You may need to create your profile and include your education and experience details. 

While completing your profile, ensure that you include information that clearly and concisely indicates how their qualifications fulfill the listed requirements, such as education, experience, and examples of required competencies.

Additionally, if you want to learn more about the position, you can join the information session on November 24, organized by the Government of Alberta. Below are the details to join the information session. 

Open House: November 24, 2022, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm MDT

Join conversation (microsoft.com)
Meeting ID: 213 327 203 822 
Passcode: pqFxE5 
Or call in (audio only) 
+1 587-415-7406,,517879574# Canada, Edmonton 
Phone Conference ID: 517 879 574# 


  • CBSA Administrative Jobs Hiring Now For Calgary & Edmonton Airport

    Canada Border Services Agency is hiring for various admin jobs in Central Alberta District, Calgary International Airport (Alberta) and Edmonton International Airport (Alberta). 

    The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), the second-largest law enforcement agency in Canada, employs over 15,000 individuals across the country and works around the clock to defend Canada’s borders by obstructing the entry of high-risk people and commodities while facilitating legal trade and travel.

    To apply for this position, all you need is a two years of secondary school. Learn about the position details, requirements and how to apply. 

    Employment conditions 

    • Must have a Reliability Status for security clearance
    • Hold a valid driver’s license or personal mobility 
    • Can operate a government vehicle.
    • Be able to take job-related travel with advance notice
    • Can work various shifts, such as evenings and weekends
    • Be able to work overtime and on weekends, including statutory holidays.
    • Have the ability to carry up to 25 kg


    Position Requirements

    Education: The applicant must have completed two years of secondary school “OR” other employer-approved alternatives as listed below. 

    The employer-approved alternative includes the following: 

    • A satisfactory result on the test given by the Public Service Commission, which is accepted as a substitute for two years of secondary education; or
    • An acceptable balance of experience, training, and education

    Candidates are considered to have completed the two years of secondary school if they satisfy one of the following requirements:

    • Candidates who passed the Public Service Commission exam, which is accepted as a substitute for two years of high school; or
    • Candidates who have been assigned or deployed to a position in the CR classification for an indefinite period

    Experience: Candidates must have experience providing administrative support in an office setting. For example, buying office supplies, receiving supplies, entering data, managing communications, preserving documents, etc. As well as have experience offering client service to both external and internal clients.

    Job Summary? 

    All you need is your résumé and two references to apply for these positions. You would have to create your candidate profile and fill out your details. Additionally, ensure that you demonstrate how you meet the position requirements in your application. 

    Who Can Apply:

    Anyone living in Calgary, Alberta, and surrounding locations, such as Standard, Cayley, Exshaw, and Didsbury, AB, is welcome to apply for the Calgary position.  

    Additionally, those residing in Leduc (AB) and close-by locations such as Legal (AB), Ryley (AB), Ponoka (AB), and Breton (AB) can apply for the Edmonton position. 

    • Salary: $50,821 to $54,857
    • Closing date: 31 December 2022 – 23:59, Pacific Time

    To apply for the Calagary position, click here. The reference number for this position is BSF22J-016272-003382. 

    If you would like to apply for the Edmonton position, click here. The reference number for this position is BSF22J-016272-003380. 


  • VIA Rail Jobs Hiring Now For Toronto And Montreal Locations

    VIA Rail Canada is hiring for On-Train Service Attendants for Toronto and Montreal Terminals. It is an excellent opportunity for people with experience in hospitality, food restaurants, or airline companies and looking for entry level jobs.

    The position requires customer service, such as greeting people on board, answering their needs and showing sincere appreciation for their business. The job pays $26.26 per hour. 

    What’s more? You even get paid training along with several benefits. Learn about the position details, requirements and how to apply below. 

    Position Summary for Toronto candidates

    • Job Title: On-Train Service Attendant 
    • Job Category: Customer Service 
    • Hourly Rate: $26.26
    • Number of positions to fill: 12
    • Application deadline: November 30, 2022

    Position Summary for Montreal candidates

    • Job Title: On-Train Service Attendant 
    • Job Category: Customer Service 
    • Hourly Rate: $26.26
    • Number of positions to fill: 12
    • Application deadline: December 2, 2022


    Benefits

    • Competitive $26.26 hourly rate
    • generous pay and benefits package
    • Paid training 
    • A supportive and close group of coworkers 
    • A workplace that promotes employee health and happiness
    • Employees and their families can take advantage of various health and wellness benefits, including complete telemedicine service.
    • An employer who values equity and offers possibilities for advancement
    • An opportunity to be a part of a sustainable transportation service that connects Canadian communities.

    The paid training sessions begin on January 16, 2023, and last approximately seven weeks. You must complete the training session successfully to obtain the position. 

    Travel requirements

    If you apply to work in Montreal Terminal as an On-Train Service Attendant, you may need to travel to Ottawa, Toronto, Quebec City, Jonquière and Senneterre.

    Similarly, if you apply to work in Toronto Terminal, you would have to travel from Toronto to Windsor, Niagara and Montreal. 

    Responsibilities and duties

    As an On-Train Service Attendant, some of your daily duties will include the following: 

    • Ensure that every traveller receives exceptional, professional service.
    • Provide safety instructions 
    • Escort passengers on their journey and help them with their luggage
    • Offer, provide and serve food and drinks, including meat and alcohol. 
    • Sell refreshments and snacks 
    • Maintain the cleanliness of the work areas and the restrooms.
    • During each journey, pay attention to the little things.

    Job schedule 

    The position requires you to travel, and below is how much you may need to travel:  

    • On-call schedules that are variable, including weekends and holidays (bonuses for statutory holidays)
    • Away from home travel for each trip where each trip may last for one to three days 
    • Long-distance trips include accommodation and meals.

    Job Requirements

    To be eligible for this position, you have to meet the following requirements: 

    • Greet customers and can communicate in English and French 
    • Hold a high school diploma. 
    • Possess the physical ability to repeatedly handle loads of up to 23 kg (50 lb.). 
    • Have at least one year of customer service experience, preferably in the food service industry, restaurant, or as a flight attendant for an airline

    How to apply? 

    To apply, you must create an account using your email if you are a new candidate. Then, fill out your details such as identification, contact information, educational background, experience, availability, language ability and position questionnaire. 


  • Here Are 10 Work From Home Jobs Hiring Now In Canada!

    Whether you are an experienced professional or trying to build up experience, there is plenty of work from home opportunities. You can make several extra bugs from the comfort of your home, and many even offer you the flexibility to choose your schedule. 

    Below are ten work-from-home opportunities, regardless of your experience levels. All you need is a reliable internet connection and your laptop. 

    Moreover, you can find positions that will probably pay you weekly due to the nature of these jobs. We have included the average base salary from Indeed data to help you calculate your estimated salary. 

    10 Work-from-home Jobs with Average Base Salaries  

    Translator

    Average Base Salary: $27.06/hr

    Main duties: Translators take a message written in one language and convert it into another. They translate while keeping the original message’s meaning intact.

    Proofreader

    Average Base Salary: $24.16/hr

    Main duties: Proofreaders examine written material and fix grammatical and spelling mistakes. Additionally, they look for good syntax, punctuation, and brand voice.

    Virtual Assistant

    Average base salary: $22.11/hr

    Main duties: Virtual assistants manage calendars for their clients, which could include scheduling meetings, calls, travel plans, etc. In addition, they frequently connect with their client through phone and email.



    Content writer

    Average base salary: 21.49/hr

    Main duties: Content writers create marketing copy to promote their client’s services or goods. In addition, they conduct research to learn more about their client’s services and goods and input their material into a content management system for evaluation. 

    Transcriptionist

    Average base salary: 21.34/hr

    Main duties: A transcriptionist listens to audio files and notes each word they hear. In addition to reviewing and organizing their transcriptions for later access, they frequently write shorthand notes. 

    Blogger

    Average base salary: 21.19/hr

    Main duties: Bloggers create online blog content and get paid for views. For example, they create blog posts, edit them for clarity and grammatical accuracy, and publish them. Or they help write content for other blogs. In addition, bloggers use social media to advertise their blog posts. 

    Interpreter

    Average Base Salary: 20.93/hr

    Main duties: An interpreter translates a message or document from one language into another. They translate these messages into other languages and frequently into sign language for hearing-impaired people. Written documents can be translated into another language by interpreters as well.

    Social media handler

    Average base salary: 19.95/hr

    Main duties: Social media experts create content for a company’s social media platforms. In addition, they may need to engage with customers to expand the company’s social media following. Social media experts may also review websites and social media stats to enhance their tactics.

    Customer service representative

    Average base salary: $18.45/hr 

    Main duties: Customer service representatives take customer calls and solve their problems. In addition, they respond to customer inquiries, provide product details, and handle exchanges and returns.

    Call center representative

    Average base salary: 18.23/hr

    Main duties: Call centre agents to speak with customers and utilize their familiarity with goods and services to serve them better. They pay attention to customers’ complaints and work to understand their needs better to offer the best solution.


  • Entry-Level Canada Government Jobs Hiring Now For 100 Positions

    The Public Service Commission of Canada is hiring for entry-level jobs for various locations. The department is looking to hire for AS-01, AS-02, CR-04, CR-05, PG-01, & PG-02 for 100 positions.

    These positions are part of Post Secondary recruitment calling for all college and university grand to join federal public service. Anyone in Canada with a valid status is welcome to apply, including Canadian citizens and Permanent residents abroad. 

    • Closing date: November 30, 2022 – 23:59, Pacific Time
    • Salary: $47,415 to $70,668

    Job duties and requirements

    The public Service Commission of Canada is looking to fill 100 positions under the following streams. Below are the duties under each stream. 

    STREAM 1: Procurement & Contracting

    Federal Procurement & Contracting is in charge of managing commercial ties with the world’s top enterprises. In addition, the Canadian government is one of the country’s major purchasers of everything from scientific services to high-tech equipment to military equipment and professional services.

    The responsibilities and duties include the following: 

    • Analyzes the needs, specifications, and requisition papers of regular and low to medium-complexity company owners;
    • In partnership with the business owners, verifies and analyses the overall performance of contracts for correctness, integrity, and compliance.
    • Provides procurement strategy guidance and recommendations that fulfil operational objectives while also delivering greater socioeconomic benefit;
    • Creates and distributes solicitation papers that include needs and delivery requirements, work descriptions and specifications, and assessment criteria.
    • Contract conditions and pricing are negotiated with the provider.
    • Manages supplier connections and their performance.

    STREAM 2: Material Management

    The federal Material Management Community is in charge of acquiring approximately $3.5 billion in machinery and equipment, over 28,000 vehicles, and $54 million in gross revenue from the sale of excess movable assets.

    • The following are some examples of duties and responsibilities.
    • Regulate the lifespan of moveable assets, products, and services.
    • Fleet management and assistance with the government’s transition to zero-emission automobiles;
    • Assesses and plans material and activity requirements;
    • Strategic guidance and analysis on material management policies, laws, regulations, and practises;
    • Surplus asset disposition;
    • Tracks inventory levels and equipment status.

    STREAM 3: Real Property

    Real estate enables the delivery of programmes and services to Canadians. Their portfolio consists of 20,000 properties with more than 41 million hectares of land and over 39,000 buildings totaling 29 million m2 of floor space, ranging from national parks to border crossings and military bases.

    Responsibilities and duties may include:

    • Management of assets;
    • Acquisition and disposal transactions;
    • Project delivery;
    • Governance and reporting;
    • Client consultation and liaison;
    • Contract management;
    • Financial management and analysis.


    Eligibility requirements 

    You must meet the following eligibility requirements for the entry-level positions mentioned above. Education: College diploma or university degree achieved or to be obtained by June 30, 2023 from a recognized post-secondary institution.

    The degree must be in a discipline linked to the employment, such as Logistics, Business Administration, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Law, Commerce, Materiel Management, Computer Sciences, Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Public Administration, or Technology (Avionics, Mechanical, Electronics, or Martial Arts).

    Experience requirements for all stream

    • Experience with software programmes (for example, Microsoft Office) and report preparation utilising spreadsheet software (e.g. Microsoft Excel)
    • Capability to gather, assemble, and analyse data or information from a variety of sources.
    • Can handle many priorities in a high-pressure, competing-demands situation.

    How to apply? 

    You only need your resume to apply. Then, fill out the online application and demonstrate how you meet the qualification requirements. 

    To submit your application, click here. Fill out all details asked in the candidate profile and ensure you upload your education documents. The reference number for this position is PSC22J-028082-000008.


  • Entry-Level CRA Jobs Hiring Now At Multiple Locations In Ontario!

    Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) jobs hiring now across Ontario without any prior experience paying up to $76,545 per year. It is best to apply as soon as possible because CRA will prioritize the first 500 people who apply and meet the staffing requirements. Then, as needed, other applicants may be considered. 

    • Location: various locations in Ontario 
    • Salary: $68,012 to $76,545
    • Closing date: November 21, 2022, 11:59 PM Eastern Time 

    About the position and offered benefits 

    The CRA provides some of the most sought-after benefit plans, career development opportunities, and attractive pay rates, among other things:

    • Flexible schedules to help you find the proper balance between work and personal life.
    • Generous vacation and other leave provisions (e.g., family-related, sick days, etc.);
    • healthcare plan that covers many of life’s events, such as medical, prescription drugs, vision care, dental care, out-of-province medical bills and hospitalizations, etc.
    • Access to a suitable pension plan;
    • A workplace that promotes workforce diversity and talent development.

    Who can apply? 

    Individuals living in Canada on a valid status, Canadian citizens and permanent residents living abroad are welcome to apply. The applicant must reside in Ontario region only. 

    However, preference will be given to veterans, Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Selected applicants will be notified in writing of the next step in the hiring process.



    Position duties and responsibilities 

    The CRA is looking for individuals to join the SP-05 and SP-06 teams. The employment responsibilities will differ depending on the role. Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

    Duties for SP-05 Salary Range – $62,858 to $70,749

    • Audit and examine taxpayers’ returns, books, records, taxpayer requests, and supporting documentation to ensure and enforce compliance with the CRA’s statutes.

    or

    • Examines objections, requests for appeal and assessment, fairness reviews, and takes decisions to confirm, vacate, or vary the notice of objection, request for appeal, or notice of assessment.

     Duties for SP-06 Salary Range – $68,012 to $76,545

    • Respond to raised issues and other dispute requests filed or received from the Ombudsman Liaison Office by taxpayers and their representatives.
    • Settle objection notices, discretionary requests for review, deadline extension requests, Fairness Program requests, and other requests made by taxpayers and their representatives.

    or

    • Enforce employer compliance about reporting taxable benefits and income from office or employment, including related withholding and remitting requirements.

    or

    • Audit and review returns and applications to ensure compliance with Canada Revenue Agency statutes (CRA).

    or

    • Performing taxpayer audits, regulatory reviews, licensing/registration, and giving technical advice to ensure compliance with CRA-administered excise duty and tax legislation.

    Job Requirements 

    Language requirements

    • English essential
    • Bilingual imperative CBC/CBC

    Essential Requirements 

    Education: A secondary school diploma AND completion of the following courses or fields of study from a recognized post-secondary institution or a recognized professional accounting association:

    • Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) Intermediate Financial Reporting 2; Or
    • FA3; Or
    • Intermediate Financial Accounting 2; Or
    • Intermediate Accounting 2.

    To learn more about CRA’s minimum education standard, visit  SP Group II – Intermediate Accounting

    Ensure you upload your educational credentials to your candidate profile’s Education Section and submit all required documentation with your application by the closing date. If you do not comply, your application may be rejected.

    Please keep in mind that all educational documents must be clear and legible. Your name and institution must be included on the proof. Accounting courses, course codes, course names, and grades must all be listed on transcripts. Additionally, CRA will not accept editable documents or mailed documents. 

    Experience: No prior experience is necessary 

    How to apply? 

    Candidates should submit their online application, educational qualifications, and other relevant documents as soon as possible. Moreover, there is no need to submit your CV and cover letter. 

    On an ongoing basis, candidates will be assessed against the prerequisite staffing requirements. You will be invited to an assessment if you meet the prerequisite staffing standards.

    To submit your application, click here. Fill out all details asked in the candidate profile and ensure you upload your education documents. The requisition number for this position is 58805698. 


  • More Than 4400 LMIA Approved Jobs In Canada – Here Is How To Find One

    Getting LMIA-approved jobs in Canada can often be difficult as the employer needs to apply for an LMIA and receive a positive response. Moreover, before hiring a Temporary Foreign Worker for a certain occupation, an employer must obtain a positive LMIA.

    In general, Service Canada will issue a positive LMIA if an assessment reveals that hiring a temporary foreign worker (TFW) will positively or neutrally impact the Canadian labour market. 

    However, to dodge the lengthy process of getting an LMIA, you can find LMIA-approved jobs using Canada Job Bank. In addition, you can refer to the list of employers who have applied and received a positive LMIA. 

    Below are the steps to help you find LMIA-approved jobs on Canada Job Bank and another option to find LMIA-positive employers. 



    Steps to find LMIA approved jobs using Canada Job Bank 

    Step 1: Visit the official Canada Job Bank Website, then scroll down to “Temporary Foreign Worker.”

    Step 2: Once you land on the Temporary Foreign Worker page, you will find a “search” button with the number of job postings. Click on this search button. 

    Step 3: After you hit the search button, you can view the number of jobs available and filter through the location, salary, language at work and LMIA status. 

    Step 4: Within the filter options (on the left), scroll down to “Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) status” and select the check box that says “LMIA approved.”

    After following these steps, you will find the list of available jobs that are also LMIA-approved. Then, you can apply online and reach out to employers directly to express your interest or clarify any position query. 

    How to find LMIA positive employers?

    As mentioned earlier, employers need to apply for an LMIA and receive a positive response to hire a foreign national. If they receive a negative response, they will not be able to hire a foreign national. 

    To avoid job fraud and for interested candidates to access information without paying any fee, Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) publishes a list of employers who requested an LMIA and received a positive response. 

    ESDC publishes the list of employers who received a positive LMIA each year. So whether you are a temporary foreign worker looking for another employer or someone looking to get a job offer, you can refer to ESDC’s list to find potential employers. 

    Additionally, this ESDC’s LMIA-positive employer list is divided into two quarters. To view the list, click here