Links to Out of Town Camp Jobs

As prepared by Career Link Counsellor Francene Ross

see also: http://www.jobsearchonline.bc.ca/LookingForWork/jobbanks.html 

 

Camp Services

First Aid

Oil Field Hauling/Trucking Companies

Site Preparation Companies

Site C Dam:  https://www.sitecproject.com/

General

Mining

Northern BC and Alberta Oil & Gas Companies

 

 

Join BladeRunners- Extended Deadline!

Please inquire as soon as possible. To discuss becoming a BladeRunner, please contact Sara Beauregard at sara@careerlinkbc.com or call at 604 485-7958.

The new program Start date is January 22 and will run until February 16, 2018

What is BladeRunners?

BladeRunners is one of the most successful youth employment programs in BC. It helps participants with multiple barriers to employment to successfully transition into the workplace. By providing essential certifications and personal guidance, BladeRunners helps to ensure participants have what it takes to get hired.

This session of BladeRunners is geared towards preparing participants for jobs in the service industry. Eligible youth who wish to become employed this summer are strongly encouraged to apply.

What will BladeRunners receive?

  • 4 weeks of classroom-based learning focusing on professional development, skills enhancement, and personal growth
  • WHMIS, Food Safe, World Host, Serving it Right, First Aid (OFA L1) and other workshops and training
  • Possibility of other certifications or necessary pieces of identification as needed
  • Weekly training stipend for attendance
  • Work clothes to help support the cost of entering the workplace
  • Possibility of participating in additional work experience

Who is Eligible?

Unemployed or underemployed youth ages 15-30 who are not students and have not received Employment Insurance in the past 5 years are eligible for BladeRunners. Good candidates for BladeRunners include youth with some of the following barriers and criteria:

o     Lack of experience or education (eg. Non-completion of High School, limited work experience or training)

o     At risk factors (eg. History of substance abuse, single parent issues, contact with justice, homeless or at risk of homelessness)

o     Aboriginal ancestry.

Details

  • The program runs for 4 weeks, The new program Start date is January 22 and will run until February 16, 2018
  • Sessions will be held at Career Link #103, 4511 Marine Avenue, Powell River  V8A 2K5
  • To discuss becoming a BladeRunner, please contact Sara Beauregard at sara@careerlinkbc.com or call at 604 485-7958.

Fast Track to Trades starts Feb 5, 2018

Are you interested in the Trades? We have the program for you!
FAST TRACK TO TRADES: 6-week funded programThis program will prepare At-Risk Youth, Indigenous Peoples and Women for success in entering a trade with employment opportunities locally and across BC. All areas of training are focused on trade-occupations preparation, which includes Essential Skills, Employability Skills and five industry certifications.

Financial assistance, such as funded training and child care & transportation subsidies may be available for eligible participants. Possible tuition funding in upcoming Trades Programs.

Start date Monday, February 5, 2018.  For more information, please contact us at 604-485-2878.

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Coastal Postings: Dec 2017 + Year End Stats by Career Link

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December Job Posting Statistics

Total # of jobs posted 77

Total # of positions offered: 88

Accommodations 4
Administration/business support 1
Agriculture/Animals/Agriculture 12
Arts 1
Construction 4
Education 4
Finance 3
Fishing/Processing 2
Food services 6
Health care 15
Other services non-gov’t 13
Public Administration 4
Recreation and Sports 2
Retail Trade 11
Social Assistance 3
Transportation 1
Warehousing 1
Waste Management/Remediation 1

2017 Year in Review: Powell River Job Offerings

Total # of Job Postings in 2017: 1537; Total # of Jobs Offered: 2088

Sector ———————————————-  # of positions offered

Accommodation Service Managers 34
Accounting and Related Clerks 30
Administration/business support 16
Agriculture/animals/aquaculture 28
Arts/Arts Management/Events 7
Automotive 12
Babysitters/Nannies 12
Bookkeepers/Secretarial 38
Cleaners/Laundry 77
Computers/Technicians/Data Entry 12
Construction/Carpentry/Roofing 54
Drivers 19
Education/Counsellors 50
Equipment Operators 22
Finance/Insurance 13
Fishing/hunting 36
Food services/Cooks/Kitchen 530
Forestry 26
Health care 210
Information/Culture 12
Trades/Labourers 86
Landscaping/Horticulture 53
Manufacturing 50
Material Handlers/Movers 37
Mechanics 14
Mining/Quarrying 12
Other services non-gov’t 37
Professional Services 76
Public Administration 14
Real Estate 3
Reception/Hotel Front Desk 32
Recreation and Sports 55
Retail Trade/Cashiers 250
Social Assistance 28
Teachers/Instructors 12
Transportation/Drivers/Taxi/Bus 61
Utilities 14
Warehousing 8
Waste Management/Remediation 8

Canada Summer Jobs Grants-Apply Now! (Deadline Feb 2, 2018)

Hire a Student for the Summer – WAGES COVERED.  Could you use another set of hands for the summer 2018?  Here is a Federal Grant to help pay their wages.

Canada Summer Jobs Grant (CSJ) provides funding to small businesses with 50 or fewer full-time employees, not-for-profit organizations, and public-sector employers to create summer job opportunities for young people aged 15 to 30 years who are full-time students intending to return to their studies in the next school year. 

Read more about eligibility and details HERE

APPLY NOW!  DEADLINE: Feb 2nd 2018

Key dates

  • The application deadline is Friday, February 2, 2018.
  • The earliest job start date is Monday, April 23, 2018.
  • The latest job start date is Sunday, July 22, 2018.
  • The latest job end date is Saturday, September 1, 2018.

Career Link’s 2018 Spring JOB FAIR 

Need help finding the student you got a grant to hire this summer? Call us about the Career Link 5th Annual Job Fair  coming this Spring.

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