Looking for a summer job? Or year round? 
Greenwater Cabin Rentals is looking for staff for this summer, with potential to move into the fall and winter if needed.  Summer Hours are 8am-4:30p.m.  Duties will include helping in the office, taking reservations, answering phones, and checking guests in and out.
 Starting wage $15 per hour (negotiable) 
Call Tania at 306-278-3033 or email taniamcmartin@hotmail.com

Cook/Cleaning Person Needed

The Fringe Outfitters is looking for someone to cook/clean at bird camp near Porcupine during September & October.  For more info or to apply, contact Devon at 1-519-564-0902.  Leave a voicemail.

Mobile Early Learning Program: Program Coordinator

Mobile Early Learning Program Job Description: Program Coordinator
June 2024

The “Mobile Early Learning” program will provide support for children 0-5 and their families to help strengthen knowledge and build skills to support family health and wellbeing. The project will promote the value of play, family time and the importance of early childhood development in the first 5 years. The programs will offer an opportunity to socially connect with others while building skills through play.

The “Mobile Early Learning” Program Coordinator will:
• Demonstrate skills and experience in working with, engaging and supporting a wide variety of families and parents or caregivers in respectful, welcoming and non-stigmatizing ways.
• Demonstrate a passion for working with children.
• Have detailed knowledge about child development, including how children acquire language, problem solve and develop physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally.
• Create and maintain collaborative working relationships so that community partners can integrate their professional expertise into the programming offered through the “Mobile Early Learning” program.
• Have experience in developing and facilitating programming with children and adults.
• Demonstrate strong cultural competence and awareness and respect for family diversity.

Overview of responsibilities
The supervision and direction for this position is provided by the Tisdale and Area Community Action Cooperative Ltd (TACACL). The coordinator will have responsibility for the following areas:

  1. Programming
    1. Develop and deliver programming, with support by TACACL. Programming will occur in smaller rural communities in NE Sask (which may include Hudson Bay, Porcupine Plain,
      Star City, Arborfield etc.)
    2. Plan, organize and facilitate age-appropriate play based learning and sessions for children and parents that will enhance opportunities for children to experience playbased, holistic programming that supports skill development in the social-emotional, physical, cognitive, language, and spiritual domains
    3. Develop opportunities to support parent-child engagement and attachment and enhance parent knowledge about the sequence of child development including how
      they can support this development at home.
    4. Provide parents and caregivers with high quality information and resources to help
      them support their young children’s development across all developmental domains.
  2. Partnerships – Establish relationship with partnering agencies and their representatives.
    1. Work with partners to develop and deliver innovative programming.
    2. Build relationship with partners in order to promote “Mobile Early Learning” programs to other agency’s clients and to remain familiar with their services to facilitate referrals
      to outside agencies.
  3. Family engagement – Engage parents, caregivers and young children.
    1. Actively engage and welcome families in strength-based ways.
    2. Actively seek out new families to attend the programs, including through other community agencies or face to face contact.
    3. Seek out parent, caregiver and child voice, including through parent surveys, parent feedback forms and face to face engagement.
    4. Provide families with information and linkages or referrals to outside agencies when required.
  4. Administration
    1. Promote the program in a variety of ways, including social media, through partners and word of mouth, etc.
    2. Establish program registration processes, track and report on attendance.
    3. Track and manage financial expenditures in cooperation with TACACL

Qualifications
The successful applicant will have a combination of the following experience and training:
• Experience and training in the planning and delivery of programs and services to adults and children, both one-on-one and in groups.
• Knowledge of quality early learning environments
• Experience working in a collaborative environment with partners.
• Valid first aid / CPR.
• Valid Driver’s license and ability to commute to communities.
• Valid criminal record check and vulnerable sector check.
• The ability to work flexible hours, including regular business hours and occasional early evening and weekends.
• Experience using technology to facilitate reporting and parent and community engagement.

This is a contract position (Term August 1, 2024-Mar 31, 2025) with possibility to extend.
Wage dependent on experience.
Hours per week will be flexible, 10-20 hours per week.
Mileage will be paid for travel to rural communities.

To apply, please send resume to: heather.turcotte@saskhealthauthority.ca by 4:00pm June 19, 2024
If you have any questions, feel free to call or email.
Heather.turcotte@saskhealthauthority or 306-873-8278

Kitchen Staff

Greenwater Beach Cafe is looking for Kitchen Staff for the summer season.  Phone 306-278-3225 for more information.

Larwood Shaw Memorial Swimming Pool

The Larwood Shaw Memorial Pool, located in Porcupine Plain, is currently recruiting Senior Lifeguards/Swimming Lesson Instructors and Assistant Lifeguards for the 2024 season (June-August). The application deadline for these postings is March 30th, 2024.

Senior Lifeguards/Swimming Lesson Instructors

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise swimming and other pool-related activities
  • Teach swimming lessons (if certified)
  • Enforce pool rules and guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone
  • Monitor the pool and deck for safety hazards. Put away equipment when necessary.
  • Regularly assess the safety of the equipment and water
  • Administer first-aid and life-saving actions in the event of an emergency.
  • Cashier duties: operating the cash register, documenting memberships
  • General cleaning and upkeep of the facility

Education, Experience and Certification(s):

  • 15 + years old
  • Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross certification
  • National Lifeguard-Pool certification
  • Lifesaving Standard First Aid CPR C & AED training (preferred, not required)
  • Lifesaving and Swim for Life Instructor (preferred, not required)
  • Proof of certification and Criminal Record Check
  • If you do not currently possess these certifications but have plans to do so, please still apply.

Salary:

  • Hourly rate will be contingent on experience and qualifications.

Assistant Lifeguards

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise swimming and other pool-related activities
  • Enforce pool rules and guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone
  • Monitor the pool and deck for safety hazards. Put away equipment when necessary.
  • Regularly assess the safety of the equipment and water
  • Administer first-aid and life-saving actions in the event of an emergency
  • Cashier duties: operating the cash register, documenting memberships
  • General cleaning and upkeep of the facility

Education, Experience and Certification(s)

  • 15 + years old
  • Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross certification
  • Emergency First Aid certification
  • Proof of certification and Criminal Record Check
  • If you do not currently possess these certifications but have plans to do so, please still apply.

Salary:

  • Hourly rate will be contingent on experience and qualifications.

 

 

 

Contact Name:  Ben Hamelin
Contact Phone:  306-813-8140
Contact Email:  larwoodshaw@gmail.com

 

SaskJobs.ca

There are a number of opportunities listed on SaskJobs.ca — click HERE to check them out!

Housekeeping Helper

Porcupine Motel is looking to hire Housekeeping Helper
Resumes can be delivered to the Porcupine Motel
Please phone 306-278-2244 for more information

Direct Support Professional

Description

Porcupine Opportunities Program, a non-profit organization that supports adults with intellectual and physical disabilities, is seeking Direct Support Professional Staff for their residents in Porcupine Plain, SK.
The Direct Support Professional Staff Member(s) will provide a home-like atmosphere with a high quality of care to residents of the POP.  This is accomplished by allowing for maximum independence and a high quality of life. Residential Program Staff ensures all residents are given the opportunity for as much community integration possible.

Responsibilities:
– Developing, prioritizing, and implementing daily activity plans for residents in concert with others
– Assisting all residents with their daily routines including hygiene needs
– Planning and providing well-balanced, nutritional meals with residents needs in mind
– Ensuring that cleaning and laundry is done as required and that participants are included in daily chores whenever it is possible and appropriate.
– Work in partnership with other staff to ensure the needs of residents are met.
Qualifications
– Ability to work with multiple program participants while remaining focused on individuals needing individual attention and care.    
– Ability to both follow instructions and to think and act independently when needed.  
– Willingness to do duties as assigned in a safe and timely manner.
– Effectively communicate with supervisors, co-workers, and clients.
– Help lift and support participants, if needed.
– Preference will be given to individuals with post-secondary training and/or experience in a profession related to working with individuals with disabilities and/or health care.
– Possess a valid drivers license.
Assets (not mandatory)
– Experience working with people with disabilities
– Training in CPR, TLR and First Aid

Applicants are asked to submit a cover letter that explains their fit with the position as well as a current resume. The successful candidate must also be willing to submit to a police records check. Applications should be submitted by email to Judy Senderak, Program Manager:
Porcupine Opportunities Program Inc.
PO BOX 697,
PORCUPINE PLAIN, SK  CANADA  S0E 1H0
Attention:  Judy Senderak

Farm Labour

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Full-Time Automotive Mechanic

Full time Automotive Mechanic needed.  
Apprentice or papers preferred, but not mandatory; 
1-2 years experience minimum in a licensed mechanic shop or dealership. 
Willing to learn, work independently, and the possibility of Tow Truck work.  
Wage dependent on experience.  Monday to Friday 8-5.
Please deliver resumes to Tumax Service & Towing or email to ktumak@sasktel.net.
Position to be filled ASAP!