Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - December 15 issue

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Kootenay Business has selected 10 career opportunities from leading companies throughout the region to feature as our Top Jobs of the week. Want to give your employment opportunities a boost? List them on the Kootenays #1 Career newsletter.  We really promote your jobs! For more info contact [email protected]

Tow Truck Driver—Creston

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Class 3 and Class 1 with Air Brakes necessary. Towing experience not necessary. Clean drivers abstract. Must pass drug screening. Mechanically inclined. Apply via email: [email protected]

Class 2 Bus Driver—Elkford

Large passenger bus.

Must have a class 5 driver’s license and work well with others. Must have excellent customer skills and a grade 12 equivalent. Must be able to handle high stress situations (road conditions). Must be punctual and enthusiastic. May be required to relocate. Would be willing to train qualified individual. Email: [email protected]

Level 2 Building Official—Creston

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The RDCK is now accepting applications for a Level 2 Building Official to work in Creston, BC. This is a permanent full-time position, created in recognition of the increased demand for skilled services due to economic growth within our communities. Building Officials work a full-time schedule that flexes to meet seasonal demand (35 hrs/wk in winter, 40hrs/wk in summer); however they are paid on a fixed 37.5 hour week year round. Email: [email protected]

Ethnic Indian Cook—Cranbrook

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  • Prepare and cook full course Indian meals.
  • Prepare Tandoori and Mughlai dishes in large quantities.
  • Determine size portions ensuring least wastage.
  • Supervise staff in naan, roti preparation.
  • Prepare Indian desserts.
  • Inspect kitchen and food service areas.
  • Follow sanitation procedures and ensure cleanliness of food preparation areas

Apply via email: [email protected]

Natural Resource Officer—Castlegar/Revelstoke/Cranbrook

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The responsibility of the Natural Resource Officer - Investigations is to perform inspections, compliance testing, and investigations to identify non-compliance with legislation and/or regulations, license conditions or decisions, impose fines and/or recommend other sanctions against non-compliant parties. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a collaborative, energetic team environment and to gain valuable experience with diverse land-based ecosystems.

Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic—Revelstoke

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Heavy duty repairs on equipment from small skid steers to track dozers and forestry machinery. Must have minimum third year apprenticeship completed in a recognized Canadian Red Seal program for Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic.  Work will include the ability to work shift work - no weekend work. Shifts are 8.0 hours per day. Apply via email: [email protected]

Client Service Professional—Cranbrook

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Koocanusa Publications Incorporated (KPI) Media is looking for an energetic individual who is an excellent communicator and strong team player. This Client Service Professional position involves working directly with a client base of small and large business owners, agents, and marketing managers who are located throughout  the East and West Kootenay region—helping them maximize their print and Internet advertising, marketing, and promotion. Apply to: [email protected]

Nanny Wanted – Nanny-In-The Canadian Rockies—Invermere

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We are looking for a Nanny to live with us from March 2018 until October 2018. We live in Windermere, BC which is the southeast corner of BC. We own and operate a greenhouse and nursery, along with 4 acres of certified organic vegetables and a cafe. We live on the farm and have lots of outdoor space that our kids love to explore and be a part of. Our kids are 5 years and 3 years old. Please visit to view full details and to apply.

Carpentry Supervisor—Fernie

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Supervise workers and projects; Set up equipment; Requisition or order materials, equipment and supplies; Recommend personnel actions; Establish methods to meet work schedules; Ensure health and safety regulations are followed; Co-ordinate and schedule activities; Requisition materials and supplies; Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve productivity; Read blueprints and drawings. Apply via email: [email protected]

Manufacturing Assistant—Creston

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Seeking an individual with a highly developed mechanical aptitude to assist in, small run, manufacturing and prototyping. Working closely with the project manager the successful candidate would interpret and provide feedback on plans and design specifications while developing manufacturing procedures. Apply via email: [email protected]

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