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EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

September 27 - October 3, 2013

AlbertaEmploymentAndCareerFair.com

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94.8% of graduates earn $70K average after 3 weeks of training. (Government Audited)

Powerline Construction

3 Weeks of training for $5500

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Please visit: www.heavymetaltraining.com SEE BACK COVER FOR FULL DETAILS SEE PAGE 4


EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

Skilled Trades

September 27 - October 3, 2013

In This Issue: Skilled Trades Drivers/Transportation General Healthcare Warehouse Pet of the Week Working Wise ALBERTA EDITION

Phone: 780 -410 -WORK (Edmonton)

Toll Free: 1-888-410-9675 Fax: 780-417-4629

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Mortgage Advisor CIBC Mortgages provides financing to help customers realize their dreams of home ownership and home renovation. The Mortgage Advisor’s primary objective is to grow and cultivate his/her referral network.

Publishers: Donny and Shauna Lee Sales Manager: Mike Gress

Marketing: Vicky Jackson, Justin Quantz

The ideal candidate will have:

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• Proven verbal and written communication skills. • Previous successful experience working in a base salary + commission sales environment. • The self-motivation to be successful If you are interested please contact us personally via e-mail: susan.lindstrom@cibc.com and/or apply online at www.cibc.com/careers referencing job number 13003034.


EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

Skilled Trades

September 27 - October 3, 2013

NOW HIRING! DRILLERS • DERRICKHANDS • FLOORHANDS

PLEASE SEND RESUME TO: Email: cwoollam@globalwellservicing.com Fax: 1-780-621-3988

Must have H2S Alive Training Standard First Aid Training Must have valid drivers license

www.globalwellservicing.com

NEXT STOP,

ARBORISTS

TRIMMERS & FOREMEN

The Davey Tree Expert Co. of Canada, Ltd., Edmonton Region, AB. Seeking arborists, trimmers & foremen with forestry/arborist experience. Full Time, Excellent pay + overtime based on experience & qualifications, full benefits available. ISA Certification, DZ License, 2-3 years experience - desired but not required. Drug Screen required, EOE.

COLLEGE.

Academy of Learning Career College prepares students for a future full of opportunity.

TRAIN FOR A NEW CAREER IN ONE YEAR OR LESS! Health Care Aide Medical Office Assistant / Unit Clerk Legal Administrative Assistant Hotel and Tourism Management Marketing Coordinator Payroll Administrator Business Management Network Administrator Web Designer and more!

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“Employee Owned Company” with stock purchase programs for employees.

Kevin Cassells

Contact/Resume to: (780) 433-8733

kevin.cassells@davey.com

EDMONTON DOWNTOWN

(780) 424-1144

EDMONTON SOUTH

(780) 433-7284

WEST EDMONTON MALL

(780) 496-9428

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EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

Skilled Trades

September 27 - October 3, 2013

Email your resume to:

jobs@purolator.com

We’re making a difference. You can too.

Looking for an opportunity to learn and grow? And to be a part of a winning team where your contributions are recognized, respected and rewarded?

Purolator is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity. We would like to thank all applicants, however those selected will be contacted for an interview.

Warehouse, Sunday – Thursday (full time, 11:30 pm - 8:00 am) 17718 114 Ave, $15.86/hour Warehouse, Monday – Friday (full time, 12:30 am - 7:30 am) 3104 97 Street, $15.86/hour Warehouse, Monday – Friday (part time, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm) 17718 114 Ave, $15.86/hour Class 5 Courier, Monday – Friday (full time, varied shifts) 17718 114 Ave, $19.48/hour Warehouse / Vehicle Fueler, Monday – Friday (full time, 4 pm – midnight) 17718 114 Ave, $15.86/hour All applicants must be physically fit and able to lift up to 70 pounds. Courier and vehicle fueler applicants must have a valid Alberta driver’s license (non GDL) with no more than 3 demerit points.

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September 27 - October 3, 2013

EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

Skilled Trades

TREEHOUSE INDOOR PLAYGOUND

HIRING COOK $12 - $14 TREEHOUSE_EDMONTON@HOTMAIL.COM FAX:1-866-561-8740

Sushi Sugoi NOW HIRING ALL POSITIONS MANAGER SUPERVISOR COOK SERVER DISHWASHER

SUSHI_SUGOI@HOTMAIL.COM

RS LINE CONTR. CO., ONE OF THE LARGEST POWERLINE CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES IN CANADA IS HIRING FOR POWERLINE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS LOCATED THROUGHOUT ALBERTA!

RS LINE IS LOOKING FOR ENERGETIC; CAREER FOCUSED AND MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS. If you are interested in working for a very dynamic company where your input, your ideas and your participation is valued, read through our current career opportunities and apply today! Our Edmonton Corporate Office has immediate need for: • Accounts Payable & Accounts Receivable Administrators • Purchasing Manager & Buyer • Software Implementation Specialist • Project Managers • Estimators • Project Engineers (EIT's) • Material Coordinators • Project Quality Coordinators • Field Safety Advisors • Equipment/HSE Trainers • Project Environmental Specialists • Project Planner/Schedulers

Our NEW Office in Calgary has immediate need for:

• Receptionist/Administrative Assistant • Project Engineers (EIT's) • Project Planner/Schedulers RS Line pays top wages including time and a half overtime after forty hours per week, and double time on weekends on qualified projects. Only 4 months long

Government funding available for eligible students

Next class in Edmonton Jan 6 - May 14, 2014 Classes run Monday to Friday 5:00pm-9:00pm

Enroll Today. Space is limited. ● info@elevatedlearningacademy.com ● 1-888-5544-5573 www.elevatedlearningacademy.com

WE OFFER A FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE INCLUDING: • Disability • Dental • Prescription eyewear • Medical • Prescription drugs • Pension benefits

PLEASE EMAIL RESUMES TO WORK@RSLINE.CA QUOTING THE POSITION YOU ARE APPLYING FOR IN THE SUBJECT HEADING OR FAX TO 780.481.1373. For more career opportunities please check our website – www.rsline.ca. *Note that due to the high volume of resumes received only successful candidates will be contacted.

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EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

Skilled Trades

September 27 - October 3, 2013

JFSL is a total scope service provider for heavy industrial fabrication, construction, maintenance and turnarounds. JFSL is headquartered in Sherwood Park, Alberta, with a branch office located in Lamont and site offices in various locations. JFSL is always looking for skilled tradespersons for our Fabrication Shop, maintenance and construction sites. Some of the positions we often look for include: • PIPEFITTERS • WELDERS (B-PRESSURE AND CWB) • STRUCTURAL IRONWORKERS • ELECTRICIANS We are also occasionally in need of: • CRANE OPERATORS • SCAFFOLDERS • FOREMEN • GENERAL FOREMEN • SITE SUPERINTENDENTS

JFSL positions are either Merit or CLAC but building trades union

employees are also welcome to apply.please visit our website to view our current open positions at http://www.jfslprojects.com/index2/careers2.html or upload your resume to create your profile. 6 MY JOB FINDER ALBERTA JOB OPPORTUNITIES


September 27 - October 3, 2013

Drivers/Transportation

Fibonacci Construction Inc.

EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

CLASS 1 DELIVERY MATERIAL HANDLERS EARN $80,000+/YEAR!

Fibonacci Construction Inc. is looking to hire a working SITE SUPERVISOR for a project beginning mid-October. Applicant is to be skilled at cribbing, framing and coordination of trades and have good communication skills. The successful candidate must be capable of passing a drug screen and be willing to work out of town. Wages are dependent on capability and experience.

• Monthly Bonuses • Yearly Boot/Clothing Allowance • Full Time Employment • No Sundays • No shift work Consolidated Gypsum Supply Ltd. is an Alberta/Saskatchewan based company serving builders and contractors for over 35 years. Headquartered in Edmonton, Consolidated Gypsum Supply Ltd. has seven Branch locations located in Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary, and Saskatoon.

Visit our website at: www.consolidatedgypsum.ca SEND RESUME, DRIVER’S ABSTRACT TO: resumes@cgsupply.ca

Please forward resume to: cameron@fcinc.ca

Is travel in your blood? You know we’re talking to you! A love of travel courses through your veins. You’re seeking a rewarding career and you thrive in a challenging sales environment. If you think you’ve got it in you, then we’d love to hear about it. Apply online today!

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EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

September 27 - October 3, 2013

SRS Industrial

2333—91 Avenue Edmonton, AB Ph. 780.410.2709 Fax. 780.449.1377 www.srsindustrial.ca

Box 510, Elk Point, AB., T0A 1A0

Providing Great Career Opportunities Since 1984!

POSITIONS AVAILABLE • HEAVY DUTY MECHANICS • TRI VAC OPERATORS • FLUSHBY OPERATORS • BODY VAC OPERATORS

• COIL TUBING OPERATORS • PRESSURE TRUCK OPERATORS • SUBCONTRACTORS • FLUID TRUCK OPERATORS

• Camp Positions Available • Designated Schedules • Full Benefit Package • Employment Bonus • Transportation to camp (limited)

CURRENTLY HIRING:  IRONWORKERS  PIPEFITTERS  WELDERS  MILLWRIGHTS  MOBILE CRANE  SCAFFOLDERS LOCATIONS:  

CNRL Horizon (Fort McMurray Area) Edmonton Fab Shop & Module Yard www.srsindustrial.ca/careers.aspx

Interior Heavy Equipment Operator School

NO SIMULATORS START WEEKLY. YEAR ROUND.

NEVER SHARE MACHINES Fax Resume and 5 Year Driver’s abstract to:

780-724-4024 or email: ecanhr@e-can-oilfield.com www.e-can-oilfield.com 8 MY JOB FINDER ALBERTA JOB OPPORTUNITIES

GET TRAINED. GET WORKING.

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Toll Free: 1-866-399-3853


September 27 - October 3, 2013

EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

RIG MOVING

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EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

General

September 27 - October 3, 2013

We build strong careers. Join the DFI team as a professional driver. Discover the many opportunities that we offer in oilfield construction.

www.dfi.ca/jobs submit your resume email: myjobfinder@dfi.ca fax: 1.888.812.4254

Come for the job, stay for the experience!

Be part of the Action! with Delaware North Companies Sportservice at Rexall Place!

JOB FAIR

Saturday, October 5th from 10:00am – 5:00pm Rexall Place Toll Free: 1-877-553-3373 Superior Quality • Trusted Tradition

FAIRVIEW, AB DEALERSHIP REQUIRES SERVICE TECHNICIANS Are you looking to join a dynamic company where you are valued and appreciated? PrairieCoast Equipment is the place for you! As an ever growing John Deere Dealership, we have multiple opportunities for Service Techs in our Fairview location. PCE offers requires experienced Serviced Techs to perform basic diagnostics, service repairs and maintenance work on customer and/or dealer-owned ag equipment. John Deere agricultural equipment experience preferred.

Wayne Gretzky Drive

Now recruiting for part-time event based positions CONCESSIONS, CULINARY FINE DINING AND BAR

Contact our recruiting department

WE OFFER:  Team Environment  Employee Discounts  Extensive Benefit Package  Incentive Programs  Competitive Compensation  More Family Time

Phone: 780-471-8141

Email: rexalljobs@dncinc.com Online at: www.dss-edmonton.com

We invite you to come and experience the PCE family lifestyle where our employees are our greatest asset! SEND YOUR RESUME BY: E-mail: fjohnstone@pcequip.ca Fax: 604-557-7094 Quote reference no. STFVJF92713

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September 27 - October 3, 2013

EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

General

Work in Edmonton

NOW HIRING HEALTH CARE AIDES AND LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES

Provide personal care to clients living at home Competitive wages Flexible schedules & hours Specialty assignments in pediatrics 24 hour nursing support & backup HCA’s require certificate or previous experience Nursing students welcome for Aide level positions LPN’s require current registration with the CLPNA Reliable vehicle an asset

LOGAN STEVENS

is hiring Farm Equipment Mechanics and Journeyman Crane Operators Full Time Positions Attractive compensation and Benefit Packages Please foward your resume to: Human Resources Email: edmonton_hr@wecarecanada.com Fax: 780-462-8933 Drop off: #500, Capilano Centre 9945 - 50 Street, Edmonton, AB, T6A 0L4

Please apply by email to mtoth@loganstevens.ca or by fax at 306-782-2021

www.loganstevens.ca Join Our Team!

There’s no better time to start than today!

School Bus Drivers (Edmonton)

· Enjoy a fulfilling career · Avoid daycare costs · Still have time for other interests · Part-time with potential for more · Monday to Friday · Free training to obtain your class 2 Send Resume and Driver’s Abstract to apply:

Fax: 780-451-8690 Email: hr@gabuses.com We thank all those who apply but only those being considered will be contacted.

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EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

General

September 27 - October 3, 2013

MAKE GREAT MONEY TALKING ON THE PHONE $20/HR

We are a Fast Growing Downtown Publishing Company Looking for High Energy, Outgoing, Positive Individuals who are Motivated by Money. The Job is to Sell Advertising in our Canada-wide Publication over the Telephone. Good Communication Skills Required. No Experience? No Problem! We Guarantee $20 Per Hour to Start, Plus Commission on Sales Made. We offer Daily Cash Bonuses and a Variety of other Incentives. Signing Bonus Available for Experienced Reps!

Contact us Today! P 780-426-6020

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THESE KIDS NEED DRIVERS! Steady Part-time (just a few hours a day, Monday to Friday, on school days only) FREE TRAINING for qualified applicants. Help the community and help the kids.

Call: 1-877-914-KIDS

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General

September 27 - October 3, 2013

Calgary & Area Opportunities

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For Employment Details, FAQ’s and to Apply Online visit dtl.ca

Inquiries and Resumes | Email: work4dtl@dtl.ca | Telephone: 780-742-2561 | Fax: 780-743-4969

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TO APPLY: Fax resume to Human Resources at 403-845-5370 Or Email: hr@pidherneys.com www.pidherneys.com

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Allnite Trucking Ltd. Oilfield class 1 winch drivers required Bed truck, Winch tractor and Picker operators required. Class 1 with air, H2S, 1st aid. Full time work, camp jobs available. Excellent wages, benefits, flexible schedules. Pre-employment testing required.

Fax resumes to HR at 780-689-3950 or gene @ allnitetrucking. com

H igh Pressure Wash Service Technician R

elay Distributing, established in 1989, is a fast paced growing business and we are looking for dynamic people to grow with us! Now for a bit about our team… The assistant manager, Jennifer, is an expert handler; she will be your go-to person and have the answers and guidance that you need. She is our rock. Glenn, the owner, has a story for everything, understands the value of family time and having weekends off. The rest of the Relay group is a Motley crew that enjoys their time at work and believes that customer service is their first priority.

Required Experience, Skills and Abilities:

 Journeyman Electrician preferred or equivalent experience in the electrical field.

 Proficiency in other mechanical fields and demonstrating

the ability to perform quality work as well as troubleshooting and ingenuity TO APPLY, PLEASE CALL Raelynn Lake, Human Resources

1-800-565-7940

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EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

Marigold Animal ID: 64423 Name: Haley Age: 2 years Sex: spayed female Species: Cat Breed: domestic medium hair Color: silver/grey

September 27 - October 3, 2013

Included in the adoption fee:

- Spay/Neuter surgery (done before being placed up for adoption) - Microchipping - First set of vaccines - Complimentary post-adoption vet exam - And so much more!

Marigold (Animal ID: 64423) is a 2-year-old domestic medium hair mix. Her coat is a dashing silver grey, which she wears with sophisticated stoicism. And her eyes – one look and you’re lost in the dazzling gold set against her brilliant fur. Marigold loves to play with teaser toys and stuffies. During her sprightlier moments, a kick toy brings Marigold her greatest pleasure. Provide her with these things and she’ll want for little else. All in all, Marigold is a lovely cat who’ll complete her forever home with plenty of love and joy. Give her a pet, watch her purr, and feel the bond between the two of you strengthen immeasurably.

EDMONTON HUMANE SOCIETY (780) 471-1774 13620 - 163 Street NW, Edmonton, AB, T5V 0B2 [We’re located on the corner of 137 Avenue & 163 Street] www.edmontonhumanesociety.com

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Founded in 1907, the Edmonton Humane Society (EHS) is committed to helping homeless and abused companion animals, enlightening people and enriching lives. The Society’s Animal Protection Department enforces Alberta’s Animal Protection Act by responding to concerns within the City of Edmonton about animal neglect. The EHS also actively educates the public and provides tool to help them be responsible pet owners while at the same time, cares for approximately 13,000 homeless animals who come through its shelter doors each year. The Society greatly charitable organization is not a local chapter to any organization and does not receive any regular government funding.


EDMONTON | RED DEER EDITION

September 27 - October 3, 2013

Working Wise Dear Working Wise: Like many employers, I’m struggling to find good people who can do the job. I own a small retail shop, and so my employees don’t have to be highly trained, but they do need to have basic math and computer skills. Why are these simple skills so hard to find? Signed, Frustrated Dear Frustrated:

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Do you have a work-related question? Send your questions to Working Wise, at charles.strachey@gov.ab.ca. Charles Strachey is a manager with Alberta Human Services. This column is provided for general information.

A lack of what many people consider to be “basic” skills is an emerging workforce problem. An ABC Life Literacy Canada survey of employers last year found that 80 per cent of Canadian employers are having difficulty finding staff with the right skills and 76 per cent agreed that literacy is a major issue in Canada’s workforce. When most of us think of literacy, we think of reading and writing, but the definition of workplace literacy has been expanded to include the following essential skills: • numeracy (using numbers) • oral communication • reading • computer use • working with others • writing • critical thinking and problem solving • continuous learning • document use One in three working-age Albertans do not have the foundational literacy skills they need to succeed in today’s workplace. It’s a real problem. A friend told me a story this week about having a 15 per cent off coupon for a restaurant, but no one at the restaurant knew how to calculate the discount. Literacy and essential skills enable us to think critically, learn new skills, communicate effectively, solve problems, and manage change. They have also been found to impact family well-being and our ability to get and keep a job. Solid essential skills are critical especially with today’s rapidly changing technologies and work environments. Of course, we all have these abilities—it’s just a matter of how good they are. Essential skills can be taught and measured, but nearly half of Canadians would not high enough according to the Calgary-based Essential Skills Group. They have a short, interesting video on essential skills on their website at www.essentialskillsgroup.com. It pays to take essential skills seriously. Workers with good essential skills tend to be: healthier, safer on the job; more productive; adapt to change better; learn technical skills faster; make more money; and find work faster – 29 weeks faster. Studies show that a one per cent increase in essential skills translates into a two-and-a-half per cent increase in productivity. Current research shows that employers who invest in essential skills training experience a reduction in errors, absenteeism and workplace injuries, an increase in productivity, and build a more nimble, adaptable team. The Alberta Government produced Living Literacy: A Literacy Framework for Alberta’s Next Generation Economy to coordinate the efforts of the government and its many partners to improve the literacy levels of Albertans. The framework’s primary goal is to increase the literacy level of Albertans by 10 per cent or have 70 per cent of Albertans with literacy levels equivalent to high-school completion by 2020. You can learn more at http://eae.alberta.ca. September is Literacy Month and September 27 is Essential Skills Day. You can learn more about literacy and essential skills, and discover resources for both employers and employees, by visiting Literacy Alberta at www.literacyalberta.ca or calling their helpline 1-800-767-3231. Information is also available at: www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/jobs/les/index.shtml and www.awes.ca/why-essential-skills.html Good luck!

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94.8% of graduates earn $70K average after 3 weeks of training. (Government Audited)

I just completed the 12 week heavy equipment operator's program and am extremely impressed with everything I have learned. As a woman coming into the course not knowing a thing about cars, let alone heavy machinery, and now having learned to operate and maintain them in such a short time is very exciting. Shawn was a very knowledgeable instructor and great to learn from. Overall this course has been a great experience and I feel confident going into the field for work. Thanks for all the help High Velocity! – Erin B. I have worked for the city of Spruce Grove for over 2 years now. It was the training program I took with High Velocity that got me the job in the first place. I started out as a temporary labourer, then went on to work as a temporary maintenance worker; a position which allowed me to run the equipment I was trained on. I have now become a permanent operator. I feel it was being able to list the training I'd done with High Velocity on my resumÊ that attracted the city's interest in the first place. – Rick F., Employed with the City of Spruce Grove

3 Weeks of training for $5500 Please visit: www.heavymetaltraining.com


Edmonton sept27 2013