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Planer Superintendent
Hours Location Adams Lake, British Columbia
Wage Date Posted Sep 19,19
Interfor is currently recruiting for a Planer Superintendent for our sawmill in Adams Lake, BC. The Planer Superintendent will be responsible for the safe and effective management of the planer mill, production coordination and shipping operations.

- Maintain the highest standards for safety performance and lead with an impeccable personal example and a well communicated vision.
- Manage the planer mill, yard and shipping (safety, productivity, quality, costs and employee engagement).
- Liaise with the sales department to ensure product alignment.
- Lead the continuous improvement process by engaging and developing employees.
- Partner with process control leadership to drive superior results in value creation.
- Assist in maintenance prioritization and planning activities.
- Manage departmental forecasts, budgets and spending.
- Provide leadership and support for capital projects.
Skills and Requirements
- Post-secondary education is preferred.
- Thorough knowledge of lumber manufacturing including equipment and processes.
- Strong understanding of lumber products.
- Minimum 5 years of experience in sawmill or planer mill operations at the supervisor and/or superintendent level.
- Strong leadership and organizational skills.
- Strong analytical abilities and working knowledge of sawmill processes.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work effectively in a highly interactive team environment.
- Detail and results oriented.
- Ability to function under pressure.
- Strong business focus and the ability to think tactically and strategically.
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Hours Location Squilax BC
Wage Date Posted Aug 20,19
Quaaout Lodge is located in the beautiful, unique and natural setting of the “Land of the Great Spirit” just minutes from the Trans-Canada Highway 1 in south central British Columbia. The resort offers guests lakefront accommodations, 70 newly renovated guest rooms, 3 onsite dining options, award winning and world-renowned 18 hole golf course, cultural program showcasing traditional and local knowledge, Spa, event and meeting space – perfect venue for that romantic weekend, stunning wedding, exceptional meetings, golf getaway or that fun-filled family vacation.

If you are an ambitious, experienced leader with hotel/resort management background looking to make your mark and take the next step in your career, Quaaout Lodge is currently recruiting for a Resort Manager.

Reporting to the Board of Directors and Executive Director of Business Development, and working in collaboration with the senior leadership team, the Resort Manager, will be the principal driving force for all aspects of operations, financial performance and controls, as well as revenue generating and increasing efficiencies, This position is actively involved in the local community and builds strong relationships within the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band including Chief and Council, community members and external stakeholders.
Skills and Requirements
· Be driven to stay up to date on industry trends with a particular focus on highlighting the unique First Nation culture of the resort. Explore new business opportunities, develop strategic planning in order to maximize guest experiences, profitability and market share.
· Lead the planning, organization control and operation of the resort to meet and exceed budgetary targets and goals. Ability to read financial reports, draw conclusions, create action plans and drive the delivery of the approved initiatives and standards will be a key aspect of this role.
· Oversee the daily operations of the Resort establishing departmental responsibilities, coordinating functions and monitoring progress - taking corrective action where needed.
· Employee relations with hands on approach, fostering open door policy and communication, applying fair treatment policy, OH&S guidelines, and comply with federal and provincial regulations.
· Direct, plan and implement policies, objectives and activities of the Resort and Golf Course to ensure continuity in operations and increase business. Analyze operations to evaluate profit performance.

· Maintain all reporting and timelines as outlined by the Board of Directors including coordinating activities and resolving issues.

To succeed in this senior role, you should have a degree in Management, Business Administration or Hospitality and Tourism Management, or a minimum of 10 years of management experience that includes 5+ years of leading various hotel operations. You will have the business maturity to monitor the bottom line while exercising a strong level of integrity and proven business ethics. An excellent grasp of food and beverage operations, tourism marketing and hospitality functions are essential.
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Medical Office Assistant
Hours Part Time - CasualLocation Chase, BC
Wage $15 to $18 an hourDate Posted Sep 19,19
Chase Medical Clinic is looking for a Medical Office Assistant to join there team.
Skills and Requirements
- Schedule and confirm appointment
- Record and relay information
- Perform clerical duties, such as filing and sorting and distributing mail
- Obtain and process information required to provide services
- Greet people and direct them to contacts or service areas
- Answer telephone and relay telephone calls and messages
- Operate switchboard or telephone system
- Receive and issue payments
- Effective interpersonal skills
- Flexibility
- Team player
- Excellent oral communication
- Excellent written communication
- Reliability
- Organized
- Maintain work records and logs
- Must be able to work well on computers
- Other trades certificate or diploma or equivalent experience
- Must have a Criminal Record Check done

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Hours Full Time, PermanentLocation
Wage Date Posted Aug 8,19
The On-Reserve Lands Officer is responsible for the oversight of matters related to Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band lands, natural resources and environment within all five reserve lands in accordance with the Nation’s policies, procedures, and under the Reserve Land and Environment Management Program (RLEMP). This includes coordinating the Land and Resources Department GIS data, as well as providing technical and administrative support on issues concerning reserve land registration, land use planning, additions to reserve, land-use policy development, and enforcement. Direction is provided by the Lands Manager.

Key Deliverables:
• Conduct the accurate and timely preparation, facilitation and maintenance of all land transaction documents and systems (reports, lands registrations and transfers, parcel history/abstract reports);
• Maintain the structure and organization of the Land and Resource Department’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and associated databases;
• Coordinate the review, implementation and monitoring of Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band Law Policy and On-Reserve Land Use Plan;
• Ensure compliance with the Reserve Land and Environmental Management Program (RLEMP), regulations and enforceable provisions of the Indian Act, other federal legislation along with applicable Indigenous Services Canada policies;
• Provide guidance, advice and support on land management legislation regulations, leasing matters, policies and practices to Council, LSLIB staff, and others involved in land transactions on the Nation’s reserve land to ensure both policy and legislative compliance;
• Maintain confidentiality on Land Management issues;
• Liaise and consult with staff in other departments, community members, and government and professional agencies (including appraisers, professional biologists, surveyors, lawyers, etc.).
• Assist the team and leader with other deliverables as required
Skills and Requirements
• A certificate, diploma or degree in one or more of the following areas: Land Management, Natural or Renewable Resource Management, Environmental Studies, Human Geography, First Nations Studies and/or Aboriginal Law;
• ARC GIS 1: Introduction certification (minimum);
• Minimum 2 years of office administration experience. Previous experience working for First Nation’s an asset.
• Strong interpersonal skills – must have the ability to work effectively with LSLIB to implement land registrations;
• Advanced level computer skills and knowledge, including:
o Knowledge of digital mapping software, preferably ArcGIS;
o Knowledge of and experience using Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Access & Excel); and
o Proficient data management skills.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills including a strong ability in report writing and proposal writing;
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail;
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as be a cooperative and contributing member of a team;
• Must be capable of working flexible hours inclusive of evenings when required;
• A valid BC Driver’s License is an asset; and
• Knowledge and understanding of the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band culture, history, reserve lands and traditional territory an asset.
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