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Apr. 8th, 2008 @ 02:45 pm Council of Canadians is hiring!
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
EXTERNAL/INTERNAL POSTING

Administrative Assistant
(Regional) ORGANIZING TEAM (Atlantic Region - Halifax)
CoC 2008-06: Part time / Permanent position
Closing on April 18, 2008

The Council of Canadians is a national public interest group opposed to deeper integration with the United States and increased corporate control, and committed to protecting and reclaiming Canadian sovereignty by promoting better democracy.

The Administrative Assistant (Regional) Organizing Team, under the direction of the Organizing Director, is responsible for providing administrative support to the Regional Organizer, collaborating with other members of the Organizing Team to ensure that work of the Team is effectively planned and implemented; and to ensure the effective and efficient functioning of the Regional and National offices.

The Administrative Assistant will:

* Provide administrative support to The Council’s office in Halifax;
* make travel & accommodation arrangements for the Regional Organizer;
* reply to information requests and straightforward correspondence;
* maintain databases;
* support the implementation of planned Regional organizing activities and Council activities in the region;
* input to the preparation of the annual Organizing Team operational plan, and monitor and ensure accuracy in assigned areas;
* participate in the development and maintenance of project files and of the Regional Office filing system, archiving and storage;
* maintain the provision of necessary office supplies and Council’s material;
* collaborate with other members of the Organizing team to ensure all work is effectively planned and implemented; and
* collaborate with other Council staff to ensure the effective and efficient functioning of the National Office.

The qualifications for this position are:

* Minimum of one year’s experience in administration/administrative systems, preferably in a campaigning environment;
* commitment to the Council’s values, vision and direction;
* knowledge and experience in assisting with constituency building (organizing, mobilizing, motivating individuals and groups) and in supporting event and actions;
* excellent computer skills including word processing, spreadsheet, Internet, communications and database software;
* basic knowledge of current national economic, social and political issues;
* ability to organize/prioritize a multi-task work load, take initiative and be flexible;
* strong interpersonal skills, including tact, discretion and judgement;
* excellent communications skills, both oral and written;
* capacity to work in a self-directed manner and demonstrated ability to work well within a team setting; and
* the ideal candidate will have fluency in both official languages of Canada.

The Council of Canadians is an equal opportunity employer. This is a part time permanent position of 12.25 hours per week, and is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. We offer a unionized environment a pay scale of $14,097 per annum and the chance to make a difference!

APPLICATIONS: Send your resume, in confidence, by 5:00 PM, (ADT) Friday April 18, 2008 to hr@canadians.org. Quote competition # CoC-2008-06 on application: Administrative Assistant Organizing Team (Atlantic Region).
Posted by:
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audrawilliams:
Jun. 11th, 2007 @ 11:10 am (no subject)
Job Posting

Job Title: REGIONAL BROADCAST CENTRE ASSISTANT VOLUNTEER/PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR

Location: Atlantic Office ( Halifax )

VoicePrint Canada , the flagship division of The National Broadcast Reading Service Inc. (NBRS) is seeks a skilled Volunteer/Programming Coordinator to assist with Atlantic Canada Local Broadcast Centre activities, including the direction of local volunteer readers and programming activities at our Halifax office. Hours are somewhat flexible, but generally will fall between Monday to Friday from noon to 5:00 p.m. and total 15 hours weekly.

At this date, we anticipate that this temporary position will extend from Monday June 25, 2007 to Friday August 31, 2007, with the possibility of an extension.

Reporting to the Regional Program Coordinator, the successful candidate would:

Recruit, audition, assess, train and schedule volunteer readers;
Manage volunteers for independent program packaging/production and processing programs recorded at remote locations;
Maintain an accessible web page for each location that provides information about the community and the VoicePrint volunteers in the community;
As assigned, produce selected national programs; a task that includes the selection of on-air material and working closely with volunteer broadcasters to ensure maintenance of on-air quality;
Maintain a database related to volunteer activities, including a monthly tally of individual volunteer hours for submission monthly to Toronto and community contact information for each LBC;
Assist in producing a twice-monthly Volunteer Newsletter;
Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Knowledge
Skills
Knowledge of volunteer and office management procedures
Proven track record in people and organizational skills

Knowledge of basic audio production
Some experience in audio production professionally or as a hobby

Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets and internet navigation
Previous position that required very good computer skills


Deadline for applications is Friday June 15, 2007.

Please forward a resume and cover letter to:
VoicePrint Canada – Halifax bureau
202, 6389 Coburg Road
Halifax, NS
B3H 2A5
ATTN: Russell Gragg, Atlantic Regional Program Manager

You may also fax your resume and cover letter to: (902) 444-7346 or email to: halifax@voiceprintcanada.com
Posted by:
caile:
May. 18th, 2007 @ 10:59 am (no subject)
Family Support Worker


Location: Woodside (Dartmouth)

Type: Regular full-time (37.5 hours/week)

Deadline for applications: Tuesday, May 22, 2007 (by midnight)

Supportive Housing for Young Mothers (SHYM) is a new apartment program for young single women (primarily ages 16 to 21) with children, who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. SHYM is now in an intense development phase and is scheduled to become operational in July 2007.

SHYM will be a two-year transitional program, in which a young mother will gain confidence in her independence from having learned valuable parenting and life skills, by participating in SHYM group programs, by living in a supportive environment consisting of both peers and SHYM staff, and by beginning to work toward her goals. She and her child(ren) will have a healthy, safe, and supportive place to begin their journey as a family, thereby helping to reduce the many risks that both mother and children may face (including homelessness, isolation, poverty, instability, violence, exploitation, chronic stress, developmental delays, and physical and mental health problems). The Family Support Worker will play a central role in helping vulnerable young families to thrive and, in the long-term, to experience greater safety, stability, support, and well-being.

Responsibilities:

* Screen potential residents and complete intake and orientation process for appropriate applicants.
* Develop positive relationships with referral and support agencies.
* Provide individual support, education, referrals, intervention, and advocacy to SHYM residents.
* Work with residents to develop and implement personal goals and objectives regarding parenting, education, employment, family stability, etc.
* Lead the creation of a nurturing environment within SHYM, emphasizing healthy and respectful relationships, peer support, appropriate boundaries, resident participation in decision-making, clear communication, responsive conflict resolution, and fun.
* Facilitate group discussion sessions and activities.
* Partner with community agencies to deliver relevant support services and programs.
* Assist the Executive Director in supervising and coordinating volunteers and student placements.
* Maintain records and prepare regular reports on activities and outcomes.
* Maintain a flexible 9-5 work schedule, with occasional evening and weekend work and occasional emergency/on call hours.

Minimum Qualifications:

Only those applicants who have prior experience working with youth or with vulnerable families and who have access to a reliable vehicle will be considered.

* College or university education in related field, plus a minimum three years experience in family support work with vulnerable families; or an equivalent combination of educational and employment experience.
* Skilled in supportive counselling, parenting education, intervention, advocacy, and facilitating the development and implementation of personal goals and objectives.
* Knowledgeable about infant and child development, healthy parent-child relationships, and breastfeeding.
* Experience working with homeless and/or at-risk youth
* Knowledgeable about adolescent development.
* Strong group facilitation skills required; previous experience designing, delivering, and evaluating programs preferred.
* Experience working with people from diverse cultural, economic and social backgrounds
* Able to work with young mothers in an understanding and non-judgmental way, and to nurture and facilitate the inclusion of residents in program and organizational decisions.
* Knowledgeable about a broad range of relevant community resources.
* Able to work independently and as part of a team.
* Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills.
* Experience in record keeping and reporting.
* Experience working with individuals with limited literacy.
* Experience with residential programs or other group living situations an asset.
* Certification in (or willingness to obtain): CPR, First Aid, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, Suicide Prevention.
* Driver's license and reliable access to a vehicle.

Posting Closing Date: May 22, 2007 by midnight

Position Start Date: June, 2007

Salary: $33,000 - $37, 000 per year

Reports to: Executive Director

Submit resume, quoting competition number FSW0508-CB, and cover letter to:

wfraser@shym.ca
or
Hiring Committee c/o Wendy Fraser
Supportive Housing for Young Mothers
735 Simpson Hall, 300 Pleasant St.
P.O. Box 1004
Dartmouth, NS B2Y 3Z9

No phone calls please. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those applicants who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
Posted by:
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audrawilliams:
May. 17th, 2007 @ 03:34 pm Un/Under-employed Halifaxpeople!
5 JOB OPPORTUNITIES at NSPIRG!

NSPIRG, the Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group, is now hiring for FIVE full-time summer positions for University students planning on returning to school in the Fall semester:

1. Research Project and Office Coordinator
2. Community Garden Coordinator
3. Alternative Orientation (RadFrosh) Coordinator
4. Fundraising Coordinator
5. Mi'kmaq and African Nova Scotian Legal & Advocacy Clinic Coordinator

(see descriptions below)

* * * * * *

DEADLINE: Application deadline is TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2007 at 4pm, SHARP.
Please send a cover letter and resume by email to resumes_at_nspirg.org
(Note: replace _at_ of email address with @ symbol)
No phone calls, please!

ABOUT NSPIRG

NSPIRG (the Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group) is a non-profit, non-partisan social and environmental justice research and resource centre. We are located in Room 314 of the Student Union Building on Dalhousie University. NSPIRG's mandate is to empower, educate, and inspire action on social justice issues in Nova Scotia. They are a student and volunteer-driven organization working within an anti-oppression framework. They engage in critical campaigns, public education, and offer radical resources to the campus and community. For more information about NSPIRG, our working groups and current campaigns, please visit our website at www.nspirg.org

JOB DESCRIPTIONS

1. Research Project and Office Coordinator
Responsibilities: Develop a publication on environmental racism in Nova Scotia. Tasks will include research and interviews, writing, layout of the publication and eventual promotion and publication. As office coordinator the employee will be responsible for keeping track of basic finances, answering phone and emails, and signing books out of the library. This position can be considered an interim position to the Resource Coordinator who returns in September.

The Ideal Candidate:
- must be comfortable using a computer to produce documents, send emails, and handle bookkeeping tasks
- must have well developed research and interview skills
- should have experience with publication production, from research to writing and layout
- should have knowledge of participatory research methodologies
- should have experience with cataloguing and maintaining resources
- must have experience with grassroots community action initiatives
- must be able to create and work in an atmosphere that provides inclusive services and maintain a non-judgmental approach when communicating with the NSPIRG membership and the wider community
- should have some understanding of consensus-based decision making
- should have some understanding of NSPIRG and it's role within the community

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2. Community Garden Coordinator
Responsibilities: The garden coordinator is responsible for overseeing the care and harvest of Seymour Green, NSPIRG's community garden. Primary duties will include working with the garden volunteers and members to plant crops for the upcoming season; recruit new garden members and prepare educational materials and public events. Also, the coordinator will network with other community gardens in the HRM and work to improve the on-site infrastructure.

The Ideal Candidate:
- must have experience with horticulture and public gardening
- should have some knowledge of local community gardens, permaculture, sustainable building design
- must have experience with grassroots community action initiatives
- should have prior experience coordinating volunteers and facilitating activities for participants
- must be able to create and work in an atmosphere that provides inclusive services and maintain a non-judgmental approach when communicating with the NSPIRG membership and the wider community
- should have some understanding of consensus-based decision making
- should have some understanding of NSPIRG and it's role within the community

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3. Alternative Orientation (RadFrosh) Coordinator
Responsibilities: The employee will be responsible for organizing an alternative orientation schedule to introduce new students to a range of social and environmental issues. This will include planning and booking speakers, activities and performances. It will also involve putting together information on community groups, environmental initiatives, etc, to be distributed to students participating in 'Frosh' activities during the summer and when they first arrive on campus in the fall. The coordinator will also network with other campus groups and individuals, recruit a RadFrosh volunteer team, and confirm attendance at events.

The Ideal Candidate:
- must have experience organizing public events (i.e. film screenings, workshops, concerts, etc)
- should have understanding of previous radical frosh
- should have prior experience coordinating volunteers and facilitating activities for participants
- should have experience soliciting donations and sponsorships for events/publications
- should have connections with community/campus-based social/environmental justice groups/initiatives
- must have experience with grassroots community action initiatives
- must be able to create and work in an atmosphere that provides inclusive services and maintain a non-judgmental approach when communicating with the NSPIRG membership and the wider community
- should have some understanding of consensus-based decision making
- should have some understanding of NSPIRG and it's role within the community

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4. Fundraising Coordinator
Responsibilities: Responsible for raising money for NSPIRG's new and continuing campaigns, working groups, events, etc. and for increasing membership amongst students and community members. Tasks will include holding fundraising events, writing funding proposals, and laying the groundwork for NSPIRG to expand from Dalhousie to other Halifax campuses.

The Ideal Candidate:
- must have previous experience with coordinating successful grassroots fundraising events/projects
- must have previous experience writing grants/proposals for funding
- must be able to prioritize grant opportunities and meet target deadlines for proposal submissions
- should have prior experience coordinating volunteers
- should have experience marketing non-profit organizations, their products and services
- must have experience with grassroots community action initiatives
- must be able to create and work in an atmosphere that provides inclusive services and maintain a non-judgmental approach when communicating with the NSPIRG membership and the wider community
- should have some understanding of consensus-based decision making
- should have some understanding of NSPIRG and it's role within the community

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5. Mi'kmaq and African Nova Scotian Legal & Advocacy Clinic Coordinator
Responsibilities: The coordinator will take responsibility for spearheading a project to create a Mi'kmaq and Black Nova Scotian legal and advocacy clinic. The project has been supported by NSPIRG, but further work needs to be done to make it a reality. The employee will be responsible for researching, facilitating focus groups, networking, establishing a board, fundraising, and generally laying the groundwork for the launch of a legal clinic.

The Ideal Candidate:
- should have strong connections to the Mi'kmaq and African Nova Scotian communities
- should have legal and/or advocacy background on issues affecting target communities
- should have some fundraising experience
- must have experience with grassroots community action initiatives
- must be able to create and work in an atmosphere that provides inclusive services and maintain a non-judgmental approach when communicating with the NSPIRG membership and the wider community
- should have some understanding of consensus-based decision making
- should have some understanding of NSPIRG and it's role within the community

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WAGE

Minimum: $304 per week for 14 weeks.

ELIGIBILITY

The terms of eligibility for applicants, as defined by the funder, are as follows. The applicant:
1. Must be a Canadian resident not currently employed elsewhere full-time.
2. Must be 15-30 years of age.
3. Must be a full-time University student in previous and coming year.
4. Must be a student "facing barriers to the labour market, such as those with disabilities, visible minorities and Aboriginal students".

NSPIRG has an affirmative action policy, which recognizes and welcomes the unique contributions that individuals from diverse communities bring to our organization, and invites individuals from these communities to apply. We encourage applicants to describe the unique contributions they, as individuals with diverse experiences would bring to the NSPIRG organization in their cover letter or resume.

TO APPLY

Applications may be dropped off at:
NSPIRG-Dal Hiring Committee
Room 314, 6136 University Ave
Halifax, NS B3K 4B8

Or emailed to: resumes_at_nspirg.org
(Note: replace _at_ of email address with @ symbol)
No phone calls, please!
Posted by:
overdrawn
audrawilliams:
Nov. 7th, 2006 @ 06:49 pm Jobs in Bedford
Current Location: Bedford
FRIENDLY PEOPLE .

Needed to schedule appointments for our busy office. In the HRM.
No selling. Must have a pleasant voice and be willing to learn.
Hours are from: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
We start our people at $8.00/hr. but can earn up to $15/hr.
With bonuses and other incentives.
Call between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Monday to Friday
(902) 832-6111
eaglewater@canada.com

Reference the job listing that you are applying for or inquiering about.
(If you come in for an interview  say that you got your listing from Live Journal)








Unique Opportunity
Water Analysts
(No Experience Needed)
Potential earnings in the
$40,000 - $60,000 range
Due to expansion of our water treatment
business we need good people with vehicles
to do home visits in the Halifax / Dartmouth
area and thoughtout NS.
We are looking for people that can do area's
such as Port Hawkesbury, Guysborough Antigonish
Sherbroooke, Cape George, New Glasgow
Canso, St. Peter's, Pictou
(or if you live near any
or all these places call we need new
Water Analysts in your area)

WE OFFER YOU:
  • Qualified Leads
  • Complete Training
  • Advancement Opportunities
  • Group Insurance
All you need is a positive attiude,
reliable vehicle, a strong work ethic,
and willing to work eveings and weekends.
We provide the rest.
Sounds good so Far?
Why haven't you called yet?
(902) 832- 6111
eaglewater@canada.com

Reference the job listing that you are applying for or inquiering about.
(If you come in for an interview  say that you got your listing from Live Journal)
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Cute kittie
sweeettfriday:
Oct. 28th, 2006 @ 09:32 pm (no subject)
ART DIRECTOR
The Coast is looking for an art director to handle all aspects of editorial design. Responsibilities include designing the cover, commissioning artwork for stories, laying out editorial pages and finding time for other design assignments unrelated to the week’s issue.
The ideal candidate has demonstrated interest in alternative journalism, can use standard design software and thrives in a collective work environment. We’d prefer someone with two years editorial design experience, but more important is having ideas, being well organized and an ability to work well under deadline pressure.
This full-time position starts in December.
Send your cover letter, resume, samples of your work and salary requirements by email to:
editor@thecoast.ca.
category: design
neighbourhood: North End

Reply to editor@thecoast.ca
Posted by:
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audrawilliams:
Oct. 12th, 2006 @ 07:43 pm (no subject)
MORNING NEWS CO-ANCHOR
Location: CA-NS-Nova Scotia Status: Full Time, Employee
Job Category: Arts, Entertainment, and Media
Job Description
Responsibilities:

Present news in an entertaining manner.
Ensure news is factual.
Execute all program activities according to station format, style, content and philosophy.
Re-write the news content as provided to the anchor by the Editor with creativity and flair.
Understand and represent the "News Vision".
Generate interesting news story ideas on a daily basis.
Be available for reporting duties as needed.
Be available to cover other shifts when necessary.
Efficiently operate the board to make sure the product is presented on cue.


Qualifications:

Minimum of 3 years experience in a similar capacity
Experience in Halifax radio a definite asset
Graduate of a community college broadcast journalism program
Good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment
Be a team player


How To Apply:

Please forward your resume and demo (mp3 format) in confidence to:

E-mail: markw.campbell@rci.rogers.com

Only those candidates who are qualified will be contacted.


Reports to:

News Director, Atlantic Canada Radio


Scope:

Live in Canada's Ocean playground. Explore one of Canada's oldest port-cities. Work in one of newest state of the art News/Talk radio stations in the country. If you think you have the right stuff, you might be the next Morning News Co- Anchor at News 95.7 in Halifax.
Posted by:
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audrawilliams:
Oct. 9th, 2006 @ 06:53 pm (no subject)
Muscular Dystrophy Canada-Atlantic Region



Events Coordinator-Atlantic Region
Position Type: Full Time Date Ad Posted: 9/25/2006
Job Region: Nova Scotia Application Deadline: 10/15/2006
Location(s): Halifax
Years Experience: Three (3) years, mininmum

Muscular Dystrophy Canada (MDC), one of Canada’s leading voluntary health charities since 1954, is: a nonprofit leader supporting people with neuromuscular disorders to gain independence; an advocate working for meaningful social change in the health and nonprofit community; and a contributor in the search for the cure for neuromuscular disorders.

The Position
Based in Halifax, you will be part of a 7-person Atlantic Regional team, reporting to the Executive Director of Atlantic Canada. The Event Coordinator is responsible for the planning and implementation of MDC’s annual national and local fundraising programs.

Responsibilities:
# Support existing annual special events and identify and organize new events
# Plan, implement and grow national fundraising programs
# Identify, solicit, and develop community based partners and/or fundraising opportunities
# Develop and monitor project revenue and expense budgets
# Support the research, development, writing, coordination and submission of funding applications to foundationsQualifications:
# Undergraduate degree or certificate with an emphasis on fundraising, communications, marketing, and/or volunteer management
# Minimum of 3 years experience in a charity or not-for-profit in a fundraising/development role
# Proven ability using Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/Outlook/Publisher)
# Experience with Raiser’s Edge 7 would be an asset
# Able to work independently, multi-task and respect deadlines
# Excellent communication and organizational skills
# Proven ability to recruit, train and motivate volunteers
# Understanding of financial, legal and ethical issues of philanthropy
# Awareness of health and disability issues is an assetThis is a full-time permanent position, 35 hours per week, with some evening and weekend work required, along with regular travel throughout the region. A car and valid Canadian driver’s license is mandatory for this position. Please send your resume with salary expectations by October 15, 2006 in confidence.
While we appreciate all responses, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Compensation Type: Salary Contact by: Email, Mail


Job Contact Information
Mr. Ken Thompson
Executive Director-Atlantic Region
Muscular Dystrophy Canada-Atlantic Region
1888 Brunswick Street, Suite 804
Halifax, Nova-Scotia B3J 3J8

Email: infoatlantic@muscle.ca
For more information visit: http://www.muscle.ca
Posted by:
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audrawilliams:
Sep. 20th, 2006 @ 01:13 pm (no subject)
Internet based TV show
Reply to: huwi3@hotmail.com
Date: 2006-09-18, 3:22PM ADT


We are trying the Internet medium as a TV show outlet. At this point we are casting 3-4 actors/actresses for our experimental production.

The show will be based around boring corporate jobs and it’s culture. (Reference: “The Office” airing on NBC)

We will explain further once we have reviewed your headshots and ask a few of you to audition. If you are interested in being part of something new and exciting please email me your headshots/resume: huwi3@hotmail.com


* Job location is Halifax, NS
* Compensation: $10 per hour
* This is a part-time job.
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audrawilliams:
Aug. 26th, 2006 @ 04:58 pm Job listing..... Halifax and HRM, parts of Nova Scotia.
Current Location: Sackville

FRIENDLY PEOPLE .

Needed to schedule appointments for our busy office. In the HRM.
No selling. Must have a pleasant voice and be willing to learn.
Hours are from: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.
We start our people at $8.00/hr. but can earn up to $15/hr.
With bonuses and other incentives.
Call between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Monday to Friday
(902) 832-6111
eaglewater@canada.com

Reference the job listing that you are applying for or inquiering about.
(If you come in for an interview  say that you got your listing from Live Journal)








Unique Opportunity
Water Analysts
(No Experience Needed)
Potential earnings in the
$40,000 - $60,000 range
Due to expansion of our water treatment
business we need good people with vehicles
to do home visits in the Halifax / Dartmouth
area and thoughtout NS.
We are looking for people that can do area's
such as Port Hawkesbury, Guysborough Antigonish
Sherbroooke, Cape George, New Glasgow
Canso, St. Peter's, Pictou
(or if you live near any
or all these places call we need new
Water Analysts in your area)

WE OFFER YOU:


  • Qualified Leads

  • Complete Training

  • Advancement Opportunities

  • Group Insurance


All you need is a positive attiude,
reliable vehicle, a strong work ethic,
and willing to work eveings and weekends.
We provide the rest.
Sounds good so Far?
Why haven't you called yet?
(902) 832- 6111
eaglewater@canada.com

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(If you come in for an interview  say that you got your listing from Live Journal)







FLY DISTRIBUTION
(No Experience Necessary)
Willing to work mornings
and early afternoons.
Monday - Friday
Part -  time.
Contract - basis.
832- 6111
eaglewater@canada.com

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