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QmunityWORKS qmunityworks.ethoscmg.com

QmunityWORKS is an online, government-funded employment program that supports participants in gaining secure employment.*Program will not affect those receiving Employment Insurance, Persons with Disabilities and/or Income Assistance*By providing a safe and inclusive environment, we focus on enhancing life skills, developing job readiness, providing community and work support, and achieving sustainable employment for every participant.QmunityWORKS includes 6 weeks of virtual classroom training (which can be accessed anywhere on Vancouver Island, BC) followed by 12 weeks of employment, self-employment, and/or education.QmunityWORKS has lessons in:Employment ReadinessInterview Skills and Resume BuildingJob Search StrategiesProviding Work SupportsAchieving Job SustainabilityInterpersonal Life SkillsIdentity in the WorkplaceOur team of educators, job developers, and career coaches are committed to working with participants in overcoming employment challenges, developing personal and work-related skill sets, and identifying and securing meaningful career opportunities.KEY POINTSJob supports available such as wage subsidy, transportation, disability support, short-term training (i.e. first aid, Food Safe), work gear etc. availablePaid allowance for attendanceOnline classroom, access anywhereContinuous support for up to 42 weeksInterested in finding secure employment while building your skill sets? Contact us today to join our December session!

Rise Up
Rise Up riseup.ethoscmg.com

Government-funded Women with Disabilities Employment Program looking for program participants who would benefit from assistance and support in their job search.Company descriptionRiseUP! is an online-based, FREE government-funded program that supports Women with Disabilities in achieving secure and sustainable employment on Vancouver Island.*Program will not affect those receiving Employment Insurance, CERB, Persons with Disabilities and/or Income Assistance*RiseUP! includes lessons in:Career ExplorationEmployment Readiness - Discover your most marketable skillsOnline Presence & Promoting Yourself on Social MediaInterview Skills & Resume BuildingSpecialized Topics such as how to disclose your disability in the workplace, self-advocacy and legal rightsRiseUP! consists of 6 weeks of a virtual classroom experience followed by 12 weeks of supported work experience, training opportunities, and self-employment development.Our team of facilitators, job developers, and employment counsellors are committed to working with participants in overcoming employment challenges, developing personal and work-related skill-sets, and identifying and securing meaningful career opportunities.KEY POINTSDisability resources such as assistive technologyJob supports available such as wage subsidy, transportation, barrier resources (i.e. housing, counselling), short- term training (i.e. first aid, FoodSafe), work gear etc. availableStipend for virtual classroom attendance and program participationOnline classroom, access it anywhereInterested in finding secure employment or self-employment while building your skill-sets?Contact us today to join our upcoming November 28, 2022 session!

Beadell Consulting on behalf of Hourigan's Flooring hourigans.com

Serving homeowners, insurance, builders, designers, property managers and commercial customers, Hourigan’s Flooring has been providing flooring and tile solutions in the Greater Victoria area for well over 70 years. With a wide selection of carpet, hardwood, laminate, linoleum, vinyl and ceramic tile from all major manufacturers and many specialty suppliers, Hourigan’s is proud of its strong reputation and established clientele. Its industry leading 4.7 out of 5.00 Google review rating with over 330 five-star reviews attests to its reputation of excellence and value and positive customer service experience.Due to an exponential growth rate Hourigan’s Flooring is expanding its accounting department and is seeking an experienced Accounting Manager to complement their team. This is a brand-new position which reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer.What we offer:Opportunity for career growth and advancementPositive and engaging work environmentOff-street parkingCompetitive compensation packageRecognition programFantastic employee discountsWhat you bring:Positive approach to all that you take onCollaborative, respectful management stylePersonable and fosters good relationshipsSystems and software acumenSophisticated user of Microsoft ExcelSample Responsibilities:Work with CFO and administrative staff to optimize processes for new ERP system.Manage accounting activities of the company and oversight of administrative staff.Perform accounting-related analyses, make monthly entries and complete account reconciliations.Coordination/oversight of monthly close process, generation of monthly financial statements and related activities.Provide vacation backup for key administrative staffEnsure redundant knowledge of all key processes and administrative/accounting job functions.Perform ad hoc analyses and other projects as directed by the CFO.Job Requirements:Strong people skills, flexibility, the ability to grow with the organization and a desire to positively contribute to a team-based culture.Demonstrated supervisory/leadership experience with administrative/bookkeeping staff.Detailed knowledge of, and experience with payroll administration, PST/GST reporting and other regulatory reporting.Experience with full-cycle accounting, financial statements, and account reconciliation.Proficient with Microsoft Excel.Experience with ERP systems and an aptitude for technology and applications.This position requires a two-year accounting diploma or relevant degree and a minimum of 6-8 years of appropriate accounting work experience.Beadell ConsultingSeriously Passionate About PeopleIdeally suited to a candidate who values an environment that allows its employees the autonomy to make good and timely decisions, has experience in an environment involving work orders, inventory, and job cost accounting. Experience in a commissioned sales environment would also be an asset but is not mandatory.Hourigan’s values the diversity of the people it hires and fosters a workplace that recognizes, appreciates, and respects individual talents and strengths.Please submit your resume and cover letter outlining your suitability to Sheenagh Beadell at sbeadell@telus.net by noon on Friday, November 18, 2022.

LetHub www.lethub.co

LetHub is an AI Leasing Platform that automates communication between prospective renters and property managers. LetHub's intelligent Leasing Assistant, River, responds to renter inquiries, pre-screens prospective tenants, and books tours - saving up to 70% of your leasing team’s time. At LetHub, we aim to help property managers reduce vacancy rates, grow their portfolio, and free up staff time by automating communication between prospective renters and leasing agents.

National Bank of Canada
National Bank of Canada www.bnc.ca

At National Bank, we believe in the potential of each individual, and that even the smallest gestures can make a big difference. When we help others accomplish their projects, we help empower them and the community at large. We try to make a difference through innovation, but above all, by putting people first. By taking the time to listen and letting our actions speak for themselves. By remaining bold and passionate. By developing lasting relationships as partners and allies. Together we can achieve great things and create a positive impact. 

EY www.ey.com

EY exists to build a better working world, helping create long-term value for clients, people and society and build trust in the capital markets.Enabled by data and technology, diverse EY teams in over 150 countries provide trust through assurance and help clients grow, transform and operate.Working across assurance, consulting, law, strategy, tax and transactions, EY teams ask better questions to find new answers for the complex issues facing our world today.

Alacrity Canada
Alacrity Canada www.alacritycanada.com

Alacrity Canada is about business with kindness - we’re West Coast through and through. We’re friendly and eager team players, who support one another. We’re collaborative and thrive on the team’s ideas and interests. At Alacrity Canada, we support and encourage each other to not only do our best inside the office but outside the office as well.

Claire's corporate.claires.com

For more than 60 years, Claire’s has opened the door to self-discovery for people of all ages. We’re dedicated to encouraging this through each experience and product discovery. As a global brand powerhouse for self-expression, we’re passionate about our purpose and our people. Trusted by consumers around the world, our Claire’s and Icing brands deliver immersive experiences through more than 2,600 company-operated Claire’s and Icing stores in North America and Europe, more than 275 Claire’s franchise stores primarily in the Middle East and South Africa, and over 13,000 concessions globally across 30 retail partners.Behind each consumer experience, is a team of truly inspirational people who show up as they are and encourage others to do the same every day. Supporting our team members as they grow, change and reinvent themselves is how we get stronger and more innovative as an organization, creating an inclusive and diverse culture that inspires us all to dream and achieve. 

First West Credit Union
First West Credit Union www.firstwestcu.ca

First West Credit Union is British Columbia’s third-largest credit union with nearly $15.5 billion in total assets and assets under administration, more than 250,000 members and approximately 1,250 employees. Our core business is traditional banking, the provision of personal and business daily banking services. We have the largest geographic reach of any credit union in the province with 46 business locations throughout the province. First West is headquartered in the Vancouver suburb of Langley and has regional administration centres in Duncan on Vancouver Island, and in Penticton in B.C.’s Southern Interior.First West was formed in 2010 through the merger of Envision Credit Union and Valley First Credit Union; however our roots date back to 1946. Led by Chief Executive Officer Launi Skinner, we've experienced considerable growth since our 2010 formation by marketing our products and services through four locally-known and trusted brand divisions: Island Savings, Envision Financial, Valley First, and Enderby & District Financial. 

BC Oil and Gas Commission
BC Oil and Gas Commission bcogc.ca

The Commission is the provincial agency responsible for regulating energy development in British Columbia, including exploration for oil and gas, renewable geothermal energy, pipeline transportation and reclamation. With experience built on more than two decades of service, the Commission offers expertise on all aspects of oil and gas, and geothermal activities – requiring regulatory compliance from the moment a company submits an application through to final reclamation. 

JMT Consultants
JMT Consultants www.jmtconsultants.com
Seastar Chemicals www.avantorsciences.com

SEASTAR CHEMICALS ULC is a manufacturer of high purity reagents used in the global research and laboratory markets. We are recognized as global experts in the manufacture of ultra pure chemicals as well as leaders in the area of Trace Metal Analysis. Based in Sidney, BC, Seastar has been recognized as a top employer on the Saanich Peninsula. We are proud to offer a full suite of group benefits, including medical, dental and extended health coverage. To encourage our team to save for the future, we offer a matching RRSP program. In support of a healthy work-life balance, we promote an active lifestyle with our wellness program activities, fitness subsidy and opportunities to engage and have some fun with your colleague​​

Legion Manor www.legionmanorvictoria.ca
Fake Town Ranch www.place.com
Victoria Arts Council
Victoria Arts Council vicartscouncil.ca

THE VICTORIA ARTS COUNCIL IS HIRINGOperating within the traditional territories of the the Lək̓ʷəŋən-speaking peoples and with respect given to the Songhees, Esquimalt, and W̱SÁNEĆ Nations whose historical relationships with this land and diverse cultural heritage continue to this day, the Victoria Arts Council (VAC) was established in 1968 and is among the most active visual arts organizations in our city. We are currently looking for a dynamic, skilled, and motivated individual to fill the role of Director, Community Programs as part of our small but dedicated team.The Director, Community Programs is responsible for liaising with existing and new VAC members towards facilitating the placement of their artwork throughout the year at VAC satellite galleries, and for coordinating community programs/publications and related administrative duties that take place within the CRD in fulfillment of the Victoria Arts Council mandate.Mandated to connect artists with audiences, VAC’s four primary programs include professional exhibitions in our Main Gallery, member showcases as part of our active Community Satellite Program, a monthly lecture series in concert with the international network Creative Mornings, and the publication of a quarterly digital magazine, UNTIL. Important annual events the VAC recognizes with dedicated community programming includes International Women’s Day and Day With(Out) Art. Across these platforms the VAC works directly with, and supports, upwards of 250 artists annually for an estimated audience of over one million visitors. The Victoria Arts Council is an equal-opportunity employer and committed to fair and accessible employment practices. We are committed to building and maintaining an inclusive work environment that reflects the diversity of the audiences we serve, that holds up the tenets of anti-racist and decolonial activities in the arts and society.We encourage applications from all qualified candidates. Applicants who identify as racialized persons, Indigenous persons (First Nations, Inuit, or Métis) and persons with disabilities, as well as individuals who are queer, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirit, gender-non-conforming, or * are especially encouraged to apply for this opportunity as a means of addressing systemic barriers to access or historical prejudice and in-keeping with the VAC Strategic Plan that outlines the need to provide more support for artists and arts professionals within equity-deserving communities.We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those being considered for interviews will be contacted.If you would like to join our team, please submit a Letter of Interest along with your résumé including full contact information, outlining how your skills and experience qualify you for the position of Director, Community Programs, no later than 5PM, Monday 7 November 2022.All applications are to be emailed to arts@vicartscouncil.ca in PDF format, attention: Kegan McFadden, Executive Director with the subject line: Director, Community Programs.VAC Director, Community Programs job description is as follows… Working in concert with the VAC Executive Director, the Director, Community Programs will be tasked with the following:PARTNERSHIPSResearch and connect with potential community partners, working to develop targeted programming such as workshops, lectures, and info sessions/clinics that support the vision and mandate of the VACDevelop and maintain strong and positive ties with VAC members and staff, the artistic and cultural communities in our city, as well as other cultural workers locallyPROGRAMSFacilitate the rotation of temporary artwork placement through our community satellite galleries with Greater Victoria Public Libraries, the McPherson Playhouse, the Victoria International Airport, theDock centre for social impact, and Studio 531. Co-lead Creative Mornings Victoria presentations (selection of speakers, bookings, promotion, etc)Participate in the articulation of the vision, strategies and priorities of all community programs, including audience development across disciplinesPlan the annual review and implementation of the Community Program policies and related documentsOrganize ongoing and singular special events that enhance and interpret exhibition program and/or community programmingPlay an active role in the implementation of International Women’s Day and Day With(Out) Art programs.Assist in the preparation of budgets related to Community ProgramsPROMOTIONKeep an active presence on behalf of the VAC across the Council’s social media platformsEnsure that community listings are up to date to reflect the programsUpdate VAC website as neededWork with the Executive Director to identify key promotional opportunities for VAC programsPUBLISHINGDesign / layout individual information panels and wall labels for all Community Satellite Program showcases throughout the yearDesign / layout VAC quarterly digital publication, UNTILDevelop written material for the monthly newsletter and annual brochures pertaining to Community Programs initiatives, including précis on all Satellite showcases, and key updates to Community partnershipsRESEARCHConnect with local artists towards the selection of their work for public display throughout the community satellites, and as potential guest lectures for Creative MorningsIntroduce new and exciting potential programs towards the betterment of the Community Programs portfolio within the capacity of the VAC_________________________________________________________REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION INCLUDE:BC Driver’s license Proficiency with social media, including Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterProficiency with design software, and digital interfaces including WordPress, Canva, InDesign, Google Drive, Photoshop, etcAbility to lift up to 25 lbsASSETS BENEFICIAL TO SUCCESS IN THIS POSITION INCLUDE:Applied understanding of community arts and artist-run cultureCultural competencyCritical thinking, creative problem solving, flexibility Excellent oral and written communication skillsFriendly dispositionHighly organized with demonstrated time managementConfidence______________________________________________________TERMSDeadline to Apply: 7 November 2022, 5PMInterviews:  9-10 November 2022Start Date: 22 November 2022, includes one week of paid job-shadowingReport:Director, Community Programs reports to the Executive DirectorSalary: $30,000 / year, incremental raises in accordance with cost of livingHours: Part-time/25 hours per week, ongoingLocation: Flexible. Some work-from-home possible with approval, community site work mandatory, in-office days requiredBenefits: The employee is eligible to join VAC benefits plan with Chambre of CommerceProbationary Period:3 months

FWSO harry.com


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Truffles Catering
Truffles Catering trufflescatering.net
Best Gutters
Best Gutters www.bestguttersvictoria.com
Health Data Coalition
Health Data Coalition hdcbc.ca

The Health Data Coalition (HDC) is a physician-led data sharing initiative funded by the General Practice Services Committee (GPSC). HDC was established as a federal not for profit organization in April 2016 and after the successful launch of its new platform, is currently focused on expanding its EMR vendor and contributor base.The HDC supports a learning health system and is designed to aggregate patient level data from individual physician practices, across disparate EMRs, and use it as a feedback mechanism to support self-reflective practice for the individual physician, evaluation of learning modules, small group peer learning, Division-led and provincial projects and BC Ministry of Health system planning and population metrics.More than a technical platform, the HDC is about and built on relationships. Our growing team seeks to embody the values of service, learning, accountability and innovation. Learn more about us at www.hdcbc.ca.

Atlas Junk Removal
Atlas Junk Removal atlasjunkremoval.ca

Atlas Junk Removal is a locally owned and operated junk disposal service in Victoria BC. We offer affordable Full-Service Removal and Bin Rental options for the disposal of furniture, appliances, electronics, construction material, yard waste, and much more. Owners Wes and Aaron launched Atlas Junk Removal in the Summer of 2012 as a way to help offset the cost of post-secondary education. What started as a part-time project quickly became a full-time, thriving business. Atlas now provides services for thousands of clients every year and boasts one of the best trades reputations in Victoria!

Overstory Media Group
Overstory Media Group www.omgmedia.com
The Avenue Gallery
The Avenue Gallery theavenuegallery.com
The Butchart Gardens www.butchartgardens.com

The Butchart Gardens is a 118-year-old internationally-renowned 55-acre display garden located in Brentwood Bay, British Columbia. Created by Jennie Butchart, and still privately owned and operated by the family, The Gardens was designated a National Historic Site of Canada, in 2004 for its one hundredth birthday.

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