Community Involvement / Employment Opportunities

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 I manage a Real Estate office in Lindsay and Bobcaygeon. I am currently looking for a student that might be interested in part-time position for our Bobcaygeon office. Description is:

Wanted: Part Time Receptionist For Bobcaygeon Real Estate Office

Light duties include answering phones and directing calls to appropriate agents. May need to answer some general questions. Also some light document filing and paperwork involved. Could grow in the position and great way to learn the ropes for real estate. Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am-4pm. On Bolton Street in downtown Bobcaygeon. Must be reliable. If interested please call (905) 449-6858.

Please have someone contact me if there might be some interest. Would prefer someone in Grade 11 if possible so they might be around longer that 1 year. I have had great luck in past with hiring students from your school and look forward to doing so again.

My thanks
Shawn Lackie – Managing Salesperson
Coldwell Banker RMR Real Estate Brokerage
130 William Street North
Lindsay, Ontario
K9V 4A8
Office: (705) 324-3411

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We would like to share information about a new ‘Pathways to Prosperity’ program that supports youth who have dropped out of high school or 2022 graduates not yet enrolled in post-secondary education. 

The Pathways to Prosperity program includes 4-weeks of FREE training at Fleming College in one of four sectors — manufacturing, construction, agriculture, or food service — plus a 5-week paid work placement with a Peterborough County or City of Kawartha Lakes employer. Program participants will earn industry certifications and tickets before the work placement starts and have an opportunity to secure further employment when the program ends.

Program Streams

  1. Manufacturing: Learn how to use measurement systems and tools, learn CNC machine fundamentals, production line operations, troubleshooting and quality assurance concepts. Be introduced to welding and other manufacturing jobs. (Next cohort starts July 25)
  2. Construction: Learn how to operate hand and power tools, construct floor joists, frame walls, install and remove roof shingles, install vinyl siding, and learn about the demolition of residential construction projects. (Next cohort starts June 27)
  3. Agriculture: Learn how to use farming equipment using state-of-the-art simulators, learn to safely operate equipment, learn about heavy equipment maintenance, and gain agriculture work safety and awareness skills. (Next cohort starts June 27)
  4. Food Service: Gain foundational skills for the food service/restaurant industry, including the basics of food preparation and cooking, proper food cutting techniques, safe use of commercial kitchen tools and equipment, food allergens, and food safety training. (Next cohort starts July 11)

To qualify for this free training opportunity, participants must be currently unemployed or under-employed (less than 20/hrs a week) and not currently enrolled in other education or training.

For more information about ‘Pathways to Prosperity’, visit www.investptbo.ca/jobmatch/jobseeker or contact your local employment service provider.  A list of providers within the Muskoka-Kawarthas region is available on our Fleming Employment Hub at www.flemingemploymenthub.ca.

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Are you interested in a new Personal Support Worker Program that will be available in the area in the coming months. 

We have been consulting for MEDIX College as they have a unique PSW program they are offering which offers free tuition, books, and the 300 hours of practical placement are compensated through Government PSW Challenge Fund. A great incentive to develop more interest in becoming a caregiver in more remote areas in need. 

As the need for caregivers in Ontario continues to rise Medix College can now teach the course remotely as long as there are opportunities for local students to do practical placements in local facilities. We have one retirement home in Lindsay willing to host students, and 2 in Bobcaygeon. 

Wondering if this program is something that you can make students aware of as they explore post secondary options? I have copied Mike Parker on this email as well as he is the primary contact for anyone interested. [email protected]

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Health Promotion Division 

Position: Tobacco Student Test Shopper (4) 

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit (HKPRDHU) is recruiting for temporary, contract tobacco student test shoppers in our Health Promotion Division, Healthy  Communities Department, based in our Port Hope, Lindsay and Haliburton offices.  

Position Summary: 

The Tobacco Student Test Shopper is accountable to Health Promotion Division Management  for assisting the Tobacco Control Officers (TCO) during tobacco vendor enforcement  checks/inspections in accordance with the Tobacco, Vapour and Smoke Protocol (as current). 

Visit the Health Unit’s website (www.hkpr.on.ca) under ‘Careers’ for more information. The successful candidate will have: 

1. Education  
• Enrolled in secondary education.  

2. Other  
• Proof of immunizations required by HKPRDHU.  
• Age as determined by the Ministry of Health Smoke Free Ontario guidelines (15-17 years  of age).  
• At least one type of government issued photo-identification for use during court  appearances (e.g., Driver’s License, Health Card, etc.).  
• Parental consent and agreement to return to HKPRDHU for court appearances as  specified by written agreement with HKPRDHU.  
• Able to work after school and/or in the evening as requested.  
• Able to maintain confidentiality, as specified by written agreement with HKPRDHU.  • Demonstrated evidence of reliability and conflict resolution.  
• Demonstrated evidence of excellent oral and written communication skills.  • Demonstrated ability to observe and recall visual/factual information accurately.  • Demonstrated ability to take effective, accurate, concise notes. 

Location: Port Hope (2), Lindsay/Haliburton (2) 
FTE: Temporary, Contract 
Salary Range: $14.10/hr 
Start Date: TBD

Accommodations are available, upon request, to support the participation of persons with  disabilities in the recruitment process. All recruitment documents are available in alternative  format, upon request. 

Qualified applicants are invited to send a resume and cover letter by 4:30 p.m. on Monday,  June 13th, 2022. 

Human Resources 
Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit 
200 Rose Glen Road 
Port Hope ON L1A 3V6 
Tel: 1-866-888-4577 Fax: 905-885-9551 
E-mail: [email protected] 
We would like to thank all applicants in advance and advise that 
only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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City of Kawartha Lakes United Way is looking for a Communications Specialist —Summer Student Position

United Way for the City of Kawartha Lakes has been a consistent leader in providing training opportunities for students and volunteers. 

The Communications Specialist position is funded through Canada Summer Jobs-Service Canada. The successful candidate must sign and adhere to the United Way’s confidentiality agreement and act with best practices in regard to work ethics and procedures. They must exercise standard safety practices while on site and performing duties off-site for the United Way for the City of Kawartha Lakes.
This position pays $15.50/hour.

Start date is July 4th. Contract is 8 weeks long, with potential for a short-term extension (dependent upon funding).

General Responsibilities
The Communications Specialist will work with staff to:

  • Assist with organizing, preparation for and implementation of activities, events and programs.
  • Promote Edwin Binney’s Community Garden by sharing the story of this exciting and unique project with the community through written and video storytelling, including social media and digital or print newsletters.  
  • Create opportunities to enhance the experience of visitors while supporting local community celebrations.
  • Work with staff to develop and implement a campaign to increase awareness and engagement with United Way CKL in the community. 
  • Work with staff to enhance United Way CKL social media channels.
  • Create a video series for the United Way CKL YouTube channel highlighting donors, volunteers, staff, etc.
  • Assist with recruiting sponsors, developing media plans and networking with local organizations.
  • Assist with implementation of a social media marketing strategy for United Way CKL programs.
  • Assist with activities in Edwin Binney’s Community Garden such as watering, harvesting and preparing food bags for distribution to various food programs as needed.

Please Note:  Our hours during campaign event planning and meetings may require attendance outside of the traditional office hours of 8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. This position will be a combination of on-site and remote work as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the nature of the work, some weekend or evening work will be expected.

Skills

Well-developed interpersonal skills
Communication skills both verbal and written
Experience using multiple social media platforms               
Knowledge of Microsoft Office including Outlook

Core Competencies

Analytical Thinking:
Uses business knowledge and experience to solve routine problems. Asks questions to determine the sources of the problem; discusses possible solutions.

Communication Skills:
Communicates clearly and confidently both verbally and in writing to a variety of audiences. Demonstrates the ability to tailor information and delivery to suit the nature of the material, audience and situation.

Leadership and Customer Service Skills:
Takes leadership role in activities as requested. Strong focus on customer service. Regularly handles questions and provides friendly and courteous customer service.

Execution and Organizational Skills:
Organizes work and information in a well thought out manner to deliver on specific tasks to meet deadlines. Able to manage changing priorities effectively and adjust workflow accordingly.

Teamwork Skills:
Demonstrates an understanding of how the job contributes to the overall work of the United Way and helps other team members without being asked.

Criteria as laid out by the Canada Summer Jobs Agreement, “Participant” means an individual who:

  1. is between 15 and 30 years of age (inclusive) at the start of employment;
  2. is a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident, or person on whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and
  3. is legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial / territorial legislation and regulations.

Reports to:
The successful candidate will report to the Executive Director.
A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle are considered assets to this position.
Bilingualism is considered an asset.

Resumes must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., Friday, June 17, 2022. These must be e-mailed to: 

Attention: Shantal Ingram – Community Investment Coordinator, 50 Mary St. W. Lindsay, ON
Email: [email protected]
Cover letter should reference “Student Job Applicant – Communications Specialist”. 
We thank all candidates in advance and please note United Way will contact directly those selected for interviews.

United Way City of Kawartha Lakes
Change starts here.
50 Mary Street West, Lindsay, ON  K9V 2N6
705-878-5081 | fax : 705-878-0475
ckl-unitedway.ca | unitedway.ca

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TLDSB Summer Learning Program Student Assistant

In Anticipation of 1-2 Student Contracts at each of the following locations: Archie Stouffer ES, Gravenhurst PS, Langton PS, Leslie Frost PS, Monck PS, Spruce Glen PS, Stuart Baker ES

TLDSB is offering a Summer Learning Program (day camp) for primary students Gr 1-3, to support them with their literacy skills. Student Assistants will support all aspects of the program which is led by qualified Teachers. Student Assistants are fun, creative, caring and energetic. In this role, Student Assistants will support children with their learning and help to provide a safe, caring, and fun Summer Learning Program. 

Responsibilities

-be a role model through active and inclusive participation in all aspects of the program 
-support daily programming, such as playing  reading games, supervising children, organizing learning materials, leading activities, and assist with daily record keeping as needed
-take direction from Summer Learning Teachers
-mandatory TLDSB training

Qualifications and Skills

Must be:
-energetic and positive attitude towards children and learning 
-responsible with strong communication skills 

Dates/times: July 11 to July 29, 2022

Successful applicants will be required to make a commitment for the full 15 days of the program

Pay – $15.00 per hour 9-3pm daily 

Apply to: 

Interested current TLDSB Secondary Students send cover letter and resume to:
Jay MacJanet, Superintendent of Learning, Trillium Lakelands DSB℅ Cheryl Evans, Executive Assistant [email protected]
***State your preferred location in the cover letter ***
Closing date for applications: Thursday, June 2nd, 2022
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2022 Lindsay Milk Run
Volunteer Opportunities
Join our Volunteer team! The Kawartha Lakes Parks and Recreation Division is currently seeking volunteers to assist at the 2022 Lindsay Milk Run.   Volunteers are need to assist with the following positions:
Pre-Registration/Registration
Event set up/tear down
Course Marshals/Traffic Controllers/Route Assistants
Awards/Finish Line
Water Stations
Early Bib Pick up (Saturday July 16)  

Date: Sunday July 17, 2022  
Time: Approx. 6am to 11am. (Times may vary depending on role)  
Location: Lindsay Recreation Complex – 133 Adelaide Street South, Lindsay (Exact location may vary depending on role)  
For your valuable contribution, all volunteers will receive:
A certificate acknowledging their volunteer hour contributions;
A Milk Run volunteer t-shirt;
Refreshments;
An opportunity to take part in a fun community tradition.

Upon completion of the Volunteer Application Form: https://forms.kawarthalakes.ca/Community-Services/Lindsay-Milk-Run-Volunteer-Application-Form a representative from Kawartha Lakes Parks and Recreation Division will be in touch to discuss your Application and the event further.

For additional questions, please e-mail the Race Director ([email protected]) or call 705-324-9411 extension 1306.

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The Club House Restaurant –Looking for Summer help 2022

  • 24-32 hours per week
  • creating meals, food prep, light cooking, preparing for delivery, serving, loading, gathering dishes. $15.00/hr includes lunch/breaks/beverages plus tips.

No experience needed but must be dependable, able to help lift approximately up to 25 pounds to fill van for catering, willing to learn and able to work in a friendly team environment.

Please contact Charmin Eckertt – owner/operator of Charmin’s Wholesome Foods Catering, Meals and The Club House Restaurant. 
Restaurant Phone # 705-320-9828
Location: 153 Kent St, Lindsay

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My name is Lauren Gignac, and I am the Summer Activities Coordinator with the City of Kawartha Lakes Summer Day Camps program. I wanted to reach out to you with information regarding the wonderful employment and volunteer opportunities offered by the City of Kawartha Lakes for interested students at I.E. Weldon.

We are currently looking to hire Day Camp leaders for the months of July and August. This rewarding employment opportunity allows outgoing and responsible students, age 16 or older, the chance to make a positive impact in their community by helping coordinate fun and engaging summer programs for our local youth. We are also looking to recruit volunteers for our Summer Day Camps. Interested students, age 14 and older, have the opportunity to earn all of their required volunteer hours in just one week of day camp… and have fun while doing it!

You can find more information about these positions in the posters attached here. The poster titled “CKL Summer Camp Job and Volunteer Opportunity” also includes relevant links to the online application process for interested students.

I would sincerely appreciate the chance to pass along information about these opportunities to the students of I.E. Weldon. If you might be able to provide students with these posters, post information about this opportunity to any school social media accounts, and/or share this information with students seeking summer employment or volunteer opportunities, it would be greatly appreciated!

If you have any questions, or need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thank you very much!
Sincerely,
Lauren Gignac
Summer Activities Coordinator
Parks and Recreation, City of Kawartha Lakes
705-324-9411 ext. 1365
www.kawarthalakes.ca

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We would like to offer the opportunity for employment and those in need of hours at our home. Employment would be in our laundry on a paid 4 hour rotation. Those in need of hours would be working with me helping with maintenance and some housekeeping.

Please reach out to me with any questions and I look forward to helping the next generations get started in the work force

Ron Braithwaite
Environmental Services Manager 
114 McLaughlin Rd.
Lindsay, Ontario

(P) 705-324-0300, (C) 519-777-5137 (F) 705-324-6949

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Ops Minor Baseball

Is looking for coaches and wondering if any high school students looking to complete community service hours would be interested.  There are a couple of teams still looking

Contact: Melanie Babcock at [email protected] as the contact to reach out to for more details.

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My name is Mikayla Freeman & I’m part of a local club based out of Ponty Pool. 

Lake Ontario Hunting Retrieving Club is hosting a hunt test on June 4th & 5th & we’re looking for some high school students who are interested in completing some of their community hours. We are happy to sign off on! The more help the better.

It would be both days. Tests usually start at 7am & finish around 4-5pm (depends on how many dogs are entered). 

Some of the jobs include lunch/dinner help, clean up, loading a bird launcher for the actual test, etc. We’ll teach everything. 

Please let me know if you have anyone in mind or have any questions. 
Thanks!

Mikayla Freeman

Secretary
Lake Ontario Hunting Retriever Club
705-308-1751
[email protected]

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Due to Covid restrictions the Lindsay Optimist Club has been unable to run our soccer program for the last two years, but this year we are back.  However, during the pandemic we lost many of our volunteer coaches and we ask for your help in re-building the pool of high school student volunteer coaches.
The students helping us in the past volunteered for different reasons:
1. Some needed volunteer hours
2. Some wanted to “pad” their resume before applying to Colleges and Universities
3.  Others simply enjoyed helping out
Whatever their reasons, it was a mutually beneficial relationship and we would very much appreciate any help I.E. Weldon can give us in recruiting the next group of volunteers.
At this point we are asking specifically for coaches for our U11 age group  (Grade 3 & 4 students) but we will obviously welcome volunteer coaches for other age groups as well.
The U11 season runs on Monday nights 6:30-8:00 from May 9th until June 27th and there is a 3 hour tournament on June 4th.  The Optimist Club provides guidance before the start of the season, and support on the fields throughout.  Coaches also do not need to referee the games.
Please let me know if you can help and what, if anything, you need from our side.
Thank you in advance
Lindsay Optimist Club
Bjorn Alfredsson
Cell:  (705) 341-1420,   email: [email protected]

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Camp Northern Lights

Ways to Earn your Community Service hours:
Volunteer Counsellor, Experience for one week Mon- Fri = 40hrs
Tag Day Volunteer, Earn up to 20hrs

Apply Online @ www.campnorthernlights.com

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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

KAWARTHA TRANS CANADA TRAIL

LINDSAY, ONTARIO

POSITION:           Administrative Assistant
DURATION:        8 weeks- start June 27, end August 19th, 2022
30 hours per week
WAGES: $18.00 per hour
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: April 21, 2022
SEND APPLICATIONS TO: [email protected]

KEY ASPECT OF JOB
WORK- at home (most of the time) using your own computer and printer.
SKILL: must be proficient using Microsoft Office- e.g. word processing/spreadsheet applications and, email, social media

The Kawartha Trans Canada Trail requires a management Assistant to help Kawartha Trans Canada Trail to augment their planning and management of the trail (www.ktct.ca)by assisting in the development of plans, data input, and social media updates. Supervision will be provided by appointed KTCT Directors providing content for tasks.  Key Priorities for the Role:

•             Computer Skills: Essential- high proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet applications, sufficient to write reports as may be required.  This job depending upon the task will require assistance and supervision by a variety of Kawartha TCT volunteers.

•             Confident with your abilities to collect data (from volunteers) and know how to input into planning documents such as TCT Guidelines, Accessible Map Project, and development trail emergency plan.

  • Internet research skills- to develop plans such as emergency plan for KTCT

•             Prepare and send out social media news releases(Twitter, Face book, website)
• Be able to talk frequently on the telephone
•             Assist in the implementation of a new Trail Passport program
•             organize a KTCT trail photo album
•             Update lists of prospect contacts and key event data management
•             Responsible for recording accounting activities,
•             Help identify opportunities to grow financial support for Kawartha Trans Canada Trail

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Hello,

The Trent-Severn Waterway (TSW) has employment opportunities assisting at our Lock Stations this summer.

We are hoping you could share this positing with your students as we are still seeking youth to join us for the season. Typically the jobs start at the end of school and runs until Labour Day. Students can expect to work between 30-40 hours per week at our stations assisting the staff with operations and site maintenance. A more detailed job posting is attached.

We will be accepting emailed resumes to [email protected] and encourage students use a subject line of “TSW Summer Job” when submitting. We are actively doing interviews and encourage all students who are interested to apply as soon as possible.

If you or your students have any questions or concerns feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] or by phone at 705-750-4925.

We appreciate your assistance in sharing this information with your students.

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Caressant Care McLaughlin RD. is hiring reliable, organized, self reliant, eager and quick learning students for Dietary Department. Must be able to work afternoons and weekends, must have reliable transportation.
Must be willing to obtain Food Handler’s
Proof of Covid Vaccinations
Only serious applicants please
Please contact: [email protected]

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A message from the Mikey Network

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Trent-Severn Waterway – Lock Operations – Student

Reference number: CAP22J-014492-000073

Selection process number: 22-CAP-OWW-TSW-STD-RM-OC-012

Closing date: 30 June 2022 – 23:59, Pacific Time

To access a copy of the poster, click on the link below.

https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1715777&toggleLanguage=en

Human Resources, Ontario Waterways Unit
Trent-Severn Waterway
Parks Canada / Government of Canada
2155 Ashburnham Drive, Peterborough, Ontario, K9J 6Z6
[email protected]  / Tel: 705-750-4925 / Fax: 705-750-4942

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Click here for link: https://missionthriftstore.com/
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Employment Opportunities

Click here for link: http://stemcamp.ca

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A Quinte West company is relocating to a larger facility in Campbellford and will be increasing its workforce. Mirmil Products, which has been operating out of its current location in Quinte West since the 1960s, is moving to the 165,000 square foot former Dart Cup plant at the end of June. The move will allow the company, which is one of a handful of highly specialized architectural millwork companies in North America, to expand its current operations as well as the scope of work it performs. Mirmil currently employs about 70 people but CEO Travis Walker expects that number to grow to well over 100 when they are settled in their new home.

“We’ll be looking for cabinet makers, machine operators, production associates, as well as drafting and engineering personnel,” says Walker. “These are quality, full time jobs, with a full benefits package and excellent working conditions, in a spacious facility with state-of-the-art equipment.

Mirmil is one of a handful of highly specialized architectural millwork companies in North America. Its products are used in hospitals and universities, high end hotels, bars, casinos, stadiums and other public buildings across the United States and Canada.

Mirmil is fortunate to work on some of the highest profile, largest, commercial construction projects in the world. Clients include Disney, MGM Resorts, Hardrock Hotels, Yale & Harvard universities, MIT, The Borgata, Loew’s Hotels, and The Westin Maui.  Click link for more info: https://www.mirmil.ca/careers/

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