Let Us Help You Find A Job
Education and Training is often in touch with employers: partnering and helping to identify the right people for jobs that need to be filled. With such a large membership, our skilled work force is a valuable asset. In particular, our labour force database, ginu, is an important tool for quickly identifying members’ skills, education and availability for work. Have you completed your profile?
If you need help, your first point of contact is Vickie Macdonald, Employment Coordinator. Vickie has been hired to assist members with completing their profiles in the ginu database, to provide employers with a means to getting their job ads in front our membership, to maintain a list of members looking for work opportunities, and to assist members with registration on the necessary job banks for the various energy sector projects underway in our province.
In the next year, ginu will become even more useful. It will be enhanced to allow members to apply directly through ginu for employment, training, postsecondary funding, wage subsidies and a host of other current and future programs and services.
For information please feel free to contact Vickie at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at (709) 634-6893
Maritime Link Job Watch
We are on the lookout for job openings with the Maritime Link that may be of interest to our members. Did you know there are more than a dozen listings currently posted online? Once a week we will share a spreadsheet of these openings but, it will be up to you to visit the website to create a profile, upload your resume, and apply.
Attached here is a spreadsheet of current employment opportunities and a presentation that will walk you through the step-by-step process that you will need to be eligible for these jobs. It is important to note that the only way to apply is online.
March 9 – The Canadian Armed Forces Aboriginal Training Programs
February 19 – Personal Care Attendant, St. John’s, NL
February 15 – Youth Internship