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/
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Trail Steward and Researcher
KAWARTHA TRANS CANADA TRAIL
LOCATION- based out of Fleming College, Lindsay Ontario
Employment Period: June 21 to August 13, 2021 (8 weeks)
30 hours per week
Rate of Pay: $14.25/hour
Must be returning to school (includes post secondary) and in Grade 11 and under the age of 30.
Need to be physically fit. You will require a bike and the ability to travel long distances to select work locations along the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail (www.ktct.ca). Person needs to have access to their own laptop computer for trail data collection and recording (storage).
- Computer applications such as word, excel
- Demonstrated public relation skills
- Ability to work independently with limited supervision in a field and office environment
- Physically able to ride bike on average 20 km and carry items in backpack to work site.
- Use of personal vehicle (at times) would be an asset
SUMMARY OF KEY TASKS
- Administer short form trail surveys
- Trail maintenance such as painting, litter pick up, sign installation
- Trail inspection, safety and repairs
- Grass removal from trail concrete barriers/gates
- Collections of data from nearby businesses
- Other duties as assigned
Most of the work will be done without any direct supervision allowing the person to gain organizational experience, self direction and interpersonal skills with other team members and the public. Aspects of trail operation and management will be learned from Trail supervisor and other long term trail volunteers/stewards
Finally whenever the steward is on the trail he/she will be properly identified to increase visibility of the trail. Have available safety information to distribute and maps to local businesses for services such as food, accommodation and services; as well as first aid and emergency water; also through observation and minor reports to assist in enforcement issues and maintenance.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS
MAY 7, 2021
SEND RESUME TO:
By MAIL only to:
Kawartha Trans Canada Trail
c/o Fleming College
200 Albert Street S
Att: Allen MacPherson