Midwest Pipelines Inc. currently has these positions available:
Midwest Pipelines Inc. is currently looking to add a Project Safety Lead. Interested applicants can submit their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions (Wood E&IS) will be completing numerous biophysical field Survey and environmental monitoring programs throughout the 2020-2021 season in support of the 2021 NGTL System Expansion Project. Wood is looking for 2 to 6 local field assistants to join the field teams and expand their interest and experience in environmental work. The field work area will be from Grande Prairie to Rocky Mountain House. Field assistants will be fully integrated into Wood’s field teams and will travel with the team working at the various survey locations along the Project.
Work would be commencing May 2020 and may continue through to winter of 2021. Field surveys and construction monitoring are typically one to two-week shifts with successful candidates having the opportunity to potentially work on several surveys or monitoring programs. Field surveys and monitoring programs will include work in archaeology, aquatics and wildlife. Please review the attached Field Assistant Guidelines document for more information and indicate interest and experience with your application.
Compensation will be based on experience and hiring arrangements. Wood is willing to consider agreements with Indigenous Environmental Consulting or Indigenous Business entities in filling these roles.
For further information, indication of interest, or submission of resumes please contact Wood directly at:
• Email: Katie.MacGregor@woodplc.com
• Telephone: (403) 387-1869
• Fax: (403) 248-2188
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Midwest Pipelines Inc. is Hiring!
Midwest is currently accepting resumes for their Pipeline Project in Edson AB.
Accepting resumes for Skilled and Non-Skilled Labourers, Skilled Equipment Operators, Office Staff and more.
6 days on 1 day off rotation, Living Out Allowance.
Resumes to be submitted to: HR-TMEP@midwestpipeline.com
Subject Line: Application for Midwest TMEP
*Michel First Nation members are to self-Identify as Michel First Nation members or Descendants to gain priority consideration.
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TC Energy is now accepting applications for the TC Energy Scholarship Program. Students can apply online at www.tcscholarships.com until May 15, 2020. The Program offers scholarships to students in three categories, including 77 scholarships specifically for Indigenous students:
If you have any questions about the Program or the application process please contact TCScholarships@tcenergy.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
There are multiple opportunities available through Indigenous Screen Office partnering with Netflix. Applications due February 6, 2020: https://iso-bea.ca/call-for-iso-netflix-applications-now-open-for-new-deadline-february-6-2020/
EPL & Google are recruiting for the 2020 Google IT Support Certificate (GISC) program at epl.ca/gisc! Applications close Jan 31, 2020!
EPL is offering the NEW Google IT Support Certificate (GISC). This 8 month training results in a qualification to work at an entry level IT helpdesk position (aka tech support), a starting point for a career in technology. Companies such as Google, Walmart, and City of Edmonton recognize this certificate as qualification for their entry level IT positions. Graduates can apply for jobs with these partners directly from the program (note: a job is not promised).
This training was designed by Google for its own employees. The program was so successful, Google made it available online via Coursera for anyone to take (for a $65/month fee). However, Google has funded EPL to offer GISC with in-person instructor support to increase the likelihood of success for participants. EPL’s second session runs March – November 2020, for FREE.
The EPL-led course includes 5 courses, with one in person class weekly to support online independent modules plus course materials, teacher instruction and support. Successful completion of the program requires a commitment of 8-10 hours per week for 8 months. Only 50 positions are available in 2020, so recruiting the right people is crucial to the success and continuation of the project.
We’ve had great interest in the program, but we’re still looking for those IDEAL candidates who would both benefit and succeed in the program. We’re reaching out to you, our community partners to identify those few individuals you know that would the perfect fit.
What IS an IDEAL candidate?
- Marginalized and Underrepresented in IT industry (Indigenous, LGTBQ+, Women, Minorities)
- Obstacles to careers and education (Newcomers, Can't Afford College, Career in Transition)
- Skills and Commitment to succeed (Fluent English, Tech Skills, Time, Motivation)
- Passionate about computers and teaching others
- Actually wants a career in IT help SPECIFICALLY
What IS NOT and ideal candidate?
- Already have successful career/education
- Desperate for ANY job/training
- Lack necessary skills or commitment to succeed
- Would rather study independently (pay or audit)
How does the public apply?
- Anyone can apply at epl.ca/gisc
- Public registration deadline Jan 31st 2020!
How do I nominate IDEAL candidates and make them stand out?
- Make sure they list you as a reference on the application form
- Optionally, write an email note to firstname.lastname@example.org if you really feel it's a perfect fit
For more info and background check out epl.ca/gisc (or google or coursera). Feel free to get in touch with any questions you may have, and thank you for being involved in GISC and our community!
Here are the Friends of Michel Society and Michel First Nation combined financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2019.