Commercial Litigation Associate Impact Recruitment has the pleasure of working with a leading firm in the Fraser Valley seeking an intermediate commercial litigation associate to join their team. ABOUT OUR CLIENT With nearly 90 years of operational history, this firm has developed into one of the largest firms outside of Vancouver and becoming a strong presence in the Fraser Valley area. They are a mid-sized full-service firm operating in areas such as corporate commercial, real estate, personal injury, estate litigation, commercial litigation, and more. They have an excellent range of clientele that they work with and have formed long-lasting working relationships with. They maintain and emphasize a close knit and inclusive working environment with large potential for professional growth with direct mentorship provided. ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY Due to their successes and the amount of work that they have available with their growing client base, an opportunity has become available for an intermediate litigation associate to join their team. The incoming lawyer would work on a variety of files, including partnership and shareholder disputes, breaches of contract, and debt recovery. A real asset would be experience or an interest in construction disputes; builder's liens claims and breaches of trust. You would be working alongside a highly seasoned team of associates and partners while still maintaining independent file management and direct client contact. THE REQUIREMENTS 3 - 6 year call to the BC Bar Experience with commercial litigation. Construction law experience would be a strong asset Have excellent verbal and written communication skills COMPENSATION Highly competitive base salary with base + bonus for more senior lawyers (excellent opportunities for bonuses) Comprehensive benefits package 3 - 4 weeks vacation HOW TO APPLY Please apply directly to this posting with the most recent version of your resume. If you would like to speak with us regarding this position, please contact Darryl Keong at: 604 689 8687 ext. 296 or email [email protected] To learn more about our open positions, visit us at impactrecruitment.ca. ABOUT IMPACT RECRUITMENT Specializing in a wide variety of industries and recruitment verticals, Impact Recruitment is passionate about matching exceptional talent with exciting new opportunities across Canada. For job seekers, we offer a dedicated approach to finding the right opportunity for your career growth. The Certified Candidate® system by Impact Recruitment is designed to ensure your next career move is the right one. We take the time to thoroughly understand your technical abilities, your career goals, and you. Become a Certified Candidate® and enjoy a better recruitment experience with Impact. Learn more at impactrecruitment.ca. Privacy and confidentiality are important to us; as such all applications are kept strictly confidential. We will not share your information with anyone without your prior approval. While we will only be considering qualified applicants for this position, if you are interested in pursuing an alternate career path, we would certainly be happy to speak with you about opportunities that fit your profile.
Pet Groomer Trainee PET GROOMER TRAINEE YOUR GROOMING CAREER: Start your career in grooming as a Groomer Trainee! As a Groomer Trainee in our Grooming Salon, you'll have the opportunity to build personal relationships with your clients each time they visit and truly become a part of their family. You'll get to know their pets' styles and personalities to create a customized, stylish experience just for them! From that first shampoo to that final strut home, you'll take pride in the services you provide! GROOMED FOR GREATNESS: You bring the passion and we'll bring the training. Petsmart offers paid training program that will set you up for success. Stage 1-- Pet Stylist Apprentice: Jump start your education by getting hands-on experience with our pets. These pets become our own pets while they are in our care, so our number one priority is to get safety certified. Under the guidance of the salon leader, you'll begin your training as a bather and learn about different dog breeds and styling. You'll help to get the dogs comfortable in our salon and spend time bathing them, trimming their nails and providing support to groomers throughout the pet's stay. Stage 2-- Grooming Academy: After getting some experience under your belt (well, smock!), you'll attend our Grooming Academy! You'll have 4 weeks in a classroom environment, gaining insights from our experienced Academy Trainers. You'll dive in deeper into breed styling, caring for different dog breeds, and get comfortable with tools and clippers. As an added bonus, at graduation, you'll receive a free tool kit worth over $600! Stage 3- Groomer Trainee: You'll put your brand-new education and fancy new tool kit to work when you head back to our salon. With the leadership and oversight of experienced groomers, you'll begin to groom all different breeds and sizes of dogs. We have a target of 200 dogs to ensure you get the experience and diversity you need. Stage 4- Pet Stylist in Training: Now it's time for you to really hone your skill set. You'll build relationships with your own clients, advise on styles, suggest new services and share in the joy that comes with a client picking up their freshly coiffed pet. It's the best thing in the world, well, that free tool kit is pretty great, too! THE WARM AND FUZZIES: We've highlighted job responsibilities and programs as best as we could above-but the best parts of working at PetSmart can't be fully described in the job description. It's the pride of the giving Mickey a makeover in our salons watching him strut his stuff on the way out. Paws off, ladies, he's taken! It's the excitement of Walter's wagging tail during his bath or Sadie's smile after her teeth are cleaned. It's the gussying up of Gizmo for this year's holiday photoshoot. (Fun fact: many of our groomers receive holiday cards from their clients!) It's the little things we do that add up to really big things that pets need. Working at PetSmart is not a job, it's a community of those who work together for the love of pets. Apply now to experience a career that loves you back. This job summary is intended to describe the general nature and level of work associates/leaders assigned to this job perform. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. You will be provided a copy of a job description for the actual position you are hired in to. PetSmart is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We offer reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout our application process, upon request and as required by law
Informatics Lead, MEDITECH Expanse Supporting the Vision, Values, Purpose and Commitments of Fraser Health including service delivery that is centered around patients/clients/residents and families: Reporting to Manager, Health Informatics and Clinical Solutions, the Informatics Lead plays a critical leadership role in planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of sustainable clinical information systems transformation related to MEDITECH Expanse. Works in collaboration with the Clinical Engagement Lead and clinical partners of the designated functional areas, the Informatics Lead provides informatics expertise to promote and lead the integration of computer and communications technologies with clinical change initiatives to enhance evidence-based clinical practices. This position collaborates with project stakeholders to design, build, and implement new technology, equipment, and systems; contributes to and implements education, training, support, and change strategies to facilitate adoption, and use of MEDITECH Expanse. Provides informatics expertise and leadership to relevant operational leaders, physicians, and stakeholder groups to ensure information technology design and future state workflows provide the best opportunities to support and transform clinical practice, education, administration and research across the continuum of care and across specified programs/network/diagnostics/support services. Drives best practice and informatics outcomes by collaborating with stakeholders across FHA to lead design based on best evidence and professional standards, meets organizational requirements, and evaluates and monitors success to ensure effective implementation of quality and system improvements. Leads and coordinates design activities associated with workflow standardization, system design and informatics work stream activities including alignment and integration with the other design teams. Liaises with, guides, and provides consultative direction within the area of responsibility to ensure informatics processes for future state design are aligned with FHA organizational requirements. Provides leadership, guidance and support to designated operational leaders, physicians, project consultants/staff as required. Leads broad groups of stakeholders to identify system and business requirements. Facilitates consensus, consults and shares information in order to achieve a common, comprehensive, enhanced and standardized future-state electronic health record that addresses the needs and strategic directions of the overall program(s)/ service line(s)/ portfolio(s). Problem-solves and addresses potential barriers to success. Facilitates team members in validating the required data elements for measurement of process and outcomes, and ensures they are incorporated into system design and used to transform clinical practices. Participates in the development of future state clinical content (e.g. order sets, care pathways, etc.), workflows and all necessary linkages to recommend appropriate system configuration and future state workflows. Collaborates on the development of relevant design standards, nomenclature, decision support, quality assurance and testing activities. Recommends prioritization for intake processes. Joins with the programs/network/diagnostics/support services and site leadership to lead the facilitation, localization and implementation of program/specialty level workflow changes pertaining to system changes in support of clinical and business outcomes, and the implementation of new or revised policies, procedures, protocols and processes impacted by the new clinical information system (for the specified programs/network/diagnostics/support services). Leads collaboratively with the programs/network/diagnostics/support services and unit leadership the process to ensure readiness for implementation and supports change management and learning strategies. Applies and provides expertise to the development and operationalization of a framework to manage, govern, and sustain clinical information systems. Leads the ongoing assessment post-implementation to enhance clinical adoption to maximize the benefits, both clinical and business, related to the design and usage of the information system by monitoring system reports and by sharing and escalating these as appropriate. Contributes to the development, implementation and communication of healthcare information system related policies, procedures and workflow changes with health organization stakeholders. Identifies risks and provides detailed analysis of situation; and escalates following established issues/risks escalation process. Provides direction, leadership, guidance and support to designated project staff/consultants as required. Accountable for working independently and collaboratively with teams to ensure assigned project deliverables are met. Provides regular status updates, project deliverables, and outcomes. Performs other duties as required. Bachelor's Degree in Health Information Science, Computer Science, or other relevant discipline, plus seven (7) years' recent related experience including business and systems analysis, and project leadership within a medium to large sized organization, with a minimum two (2) years in a clinical informatics role, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Experience with an electronic clinical information system, such as the MEDITECH, Paris, and/or Intraheath Profile is preferred. Valid BC Driver's License and access to personal vehicle for business related purposes. Demonstrates the LEADS capabilities of Leads Self, Engages Others, Achieves Results, Develops Coalitions and supports Systems Transformation. Professional/Technical Capabilities Thorough knowledge of clinical technologies and equipment. Thorough knowledge of health informatics, business processes, technologies, tools and concepts. Ability to provide leadership to a variety of project teams and stakeholder groups in an environment that is constantly changing and has fluctuating priorities. Demonstrated superior skills in data research gathering and modeling and business, clinical, and systems analysis. Demonstrated knowledge of the project management process and the systems development life cycle. Demonstrated leadership skills with proven ability to bring about change in a proactive manner. Demonstrated ability to provide progressive and innovative approaches to service delivery and program issues. Demonstrated knowledge of research methodology, practices and techniques. Excellent investigative, analytical and problem solving skills. Proficiency in the use of a personal computer (PC) and applicable software applications. Excellent facilitation skills when working with an interdisciplinary team Physical ability to perform the duties of the position.
Dietitian, Home Health/Primary and Community Care/ Urgent Primary Care Centre The Dietitian, provides consultation and nutrition education to Home Health and/or Primary & Community Care, and/or Urgent Primary Care Centre clients and staff; researches, prepares and provides related resource materials for staff and clients; works collaboratively with all members of the Home Health and/or Primary & Community Care and/or Urgent Primary Care Centre team to ensure that staff and clients have access to the most current, research-based nutrition programs and information. Provides nutritional assessment and education to Home Health and/or Primary & Community Care clients/families. This may include home visits to housebound clients and in-reach and/or outreach services. Provides consultation to staff regarding clients who have high risk nutritional needs. Develops a comprehensive shared patient/client plan, in collaboration with the interprofessional team, primary care provided, client and/or family, other healthcare providers and/or referring clinics; facilitates and supports the transition of the client care plan to the referring source, primary/community care provider and/or community agencies. Discusses clinical findings with client/family, in collaboration with the interprofessional team to develop action plans and set goals directed at clinical needs, self-management, self-care and improved health related quality of life; accesses system information and resources to review client data such as medical history, progress notes, consultation reports, lab reports, and incorporates findings into the care plan; plans, organizes and establishes priorities by using resources effectively and efficiently; responds to unanticipated events and/or changing client or service assignment needs, as needed. Assesses learning needs and plans, implements and evaluates nutrition education programs which will address needs of Home Health and/or Primary & Community Care staff and clients. Provides health counseling to clients/families including education, self-management, self-monitoring and wellness/health promotion/prevention through a combination of clinic, telephone or home visits; collaborates with the other healthcare professionals in the clinics, community programs and services to facilitate the follow of information through a variety of settings within the primary & community care network. Maintains clinical records such as intake screens, patient/client assessments, clinical interventions, treatment formulations, care plans and progress notes; maintains statistical information on patient/client in accordance with established policies, standards, and procedures. Maintains nutrition resources for staff by reviewing, interpreting and evaluating professional literature and a variety of media publications. Develops innovative methods of disseminating nutrition information to staff in a variety of settings. Liaises with nutrition staff from other agencies to ensure that complex nutrition needs of clients are appropriate and can be safely carried out by Home Health and/or Primary & Community Care staff or caregivers in community settings. Liaises and refers clients/families and staff to appropriate community resources. Collaborates with other members of the Home Health and/or Primary & Community Care team to provide orientation and information to new staff. Participates in research activities regarding nutrition and nutrition-related issues in the community setting as required. Maintains professional practice growth, knowledge and expertise to reflect current standards of practice by reviewing relevant literature, attending educational workshops and in-services, consulting and networking with other health care professionals. Performs other related job duties as required. Bachelor's Degree in Dietetics plus completion of a community nutrition or dietetics internship in an accredited program or one year graduate study in nutrition and dietetics. Two years of recent related experience in a community or related setting. Current membership with the College of Dietitions of BC and eligibility for membership with the College of Dietitions of Canada. Valid BC Driver's Licence. Demonstrated ability to complete initial and ongoing client assessments and provide care through therapeutic interventions. Demonstrated ability to integrate and evaluate pertinent data from multiple sources to problem-solve effectively. Knowledge of clinical practice specific to community-based nutrition care for adults. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Ability to deal with others effectively. Ability to promote client-focused care including sensitivity to diverse cultures and preferences. Ability to independently manage and prioritize clients with diverse cultures and preferences. Ability to operate related equipment. Ability to conduct needs assessment and to plan, implement and evaluate nutrition education programs.
Retail Store Manager RETAIL STORE MANAGER ABOUT OUR STORES: PetSmart is a retailer unlike any other; we don't just sell products, we provide solutions that foster happy and healthy homes for pets and pet parents. Our Store Managers lead the operations of our stores through that lens and are passionate about creating a unique, customer-focused environment. As a Retail Store Manager with PetSmart, you'll oversee all aspects of our retail store-from head to tail. From hiring & training knowledgeable associates to executing on strategic merchandising initiatives, you'll set the standard of success within our stores. It's no easy feat, but every day you come in to work you'll take pride in knowing that you're making a real difference for your associates, our pet parents, and pets in our care. ABOUT OUR TEAMS: In a store as big as ours, we need all hands (and paws, wings and fins!) on deck to ensure we are operating efficiently. You'll lead an Assistant Manager, Service Managers and Department Managers to success in the following areas: Customer Engagement: With extensive knowledge of our products and a passion for animals, our Customer Engagement team ensure that our customers have the right solutions for their pet. In addition to supporting store initiatives, they also lead a team of Pet Care Associates to maintain a safe and clean environment for all pets in our care. Merchandising & Inventory: With a heavy emphasis on store presentation, our Merchandise and Inventory teams play an integral role in helping our pet parents find exactly what they need, right when they need it. This team leads the execution plan-o-grams, organize promotional and sale price changes, and oversee fulfillment of our In-Store Pick Up Orders. Associate Leadership: With an emphasis on training and development, our Associate Lead ensures that our teams have the education they need to advise pet parents, complete pet safety inspections and support the Store Manager on company initiatives. Services : There's more to our stores than just the merchandise-it's the services that we offer that are fast growing areas of our business. Although our Grooming Salon and our Pets Hotel do have their own leaders, it is in partnership with the Store Manager that they are successful business units. Overall Retail Initiatives: You and your teams will also drive sales and traffic targets, execute on strategic merchandising initiatives and set standards of success within our retail store. ABOUT YOUR CAREER: Just like we're there for pets at every stage of their lives, we'll be with you at every stage of your career, too. With PetSmart, you will have opportunities to: Develop your leadership skills with on-going development Tackle the challenge of a new store opening or turning around a struggling store Transfer to any one of our 1600 stores nationwide Grow to become a District Leader and then a Regional Director THE WARM AND FUZZIES: We've highlighted job responsibilities as best as we could above-but the best parts of working at PetSmart can't be fully described in the job description. It's the excitement you feel when you help a little one pick out his very first fish. And not just any goldfish, but that one, right there, no not that one, this one, yea! It's the relief Rosie feels when you help her mom select the best food for her upset tummy and her delight when it turns out to be chicken flavored!! It's the pride of the giving Mickey a makeover in our salons watching him strut his stuff on the way out. Paws off, ladies, he's taken! It's the joy of reuniting Frankie with her family after a fun stay in our Pets Hotel. It's the celebration of Bella's birthday, Gizmo's graduation from puppy classes or Ace's adoption. It's the little things we do that add up to really big things that pets need. Working at PetSmart is not a job, it's a community of those who work together for the love of pets. Apply now to experience a career that loves you back. This job summary is intended to describe the general nature and level of work associates/leaders assigned to this job perform. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities. You will be provided a copy of a job description for the actual position you are hired in to. PetSmart is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We offer reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout our application process, upon request and as required by law
Future Opportunities - Occupational Therapist Job postings: Allied Health Apply for position Future Opportunities - Occupational Therapist Toronto, ON, CA Posted: 4/17/2014 12:36:22 PM If you are interested in being considered for future openings for external candidates, and would like to submit your resume, please apply to this posting, and we will keep your resume on file for 6 months. However, we strongly encourage you to look for and apply to specific opportunities that you are qualified for. The Occupational Therapist will provide: Patient assessment and intervention, including recommendations for follow-up care. Collaborate with patients, families and the interprofessional team members to identify and support the patient's occupational goals for care and facilitate a safe and effective discharge process. Participate in profession-specific activities of Occupational Therapy, including the supervision of Occupational Therapy students, ongoing involvement in education and research activities and professional development. Qualifications/Skills Successful completion of a post-secondary program in Occupational Therapy. Current registration in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario. Minimum one year of related clinical experience is preferred Excellent professional judgement and interpersonal communication skills with clients, families, team members and community partners. Competence in the practice of evidence based occupational therapy, with the application of appropriate practice models and outcome measures. Demonstrated commitment to Person-Centred Care concept and principles Ability to demonstrate reflective practice. Good time management and organizational skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. To apply please follow the below instructions carefully: Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resumes and cover letters, in one document, to: Human Resources Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre In the Cover Letter/Comments section on the Application page, please indicate what area or unit you are interested in, and what type of position (Full Time, Part Time, Casual, or Temporary) you are interested in. To apply, please click ''Apply for Position'' near the top right corner of this page. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you require accommodation for disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please indicate this in your cover letter. Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is strongly committed to inclusion and diversity within its community and welcomes all applicants including but not limited to: visible minorities, all religions and ethnicities, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and all others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. Please be advised that in order to be eligible for employment at Sunnybrook, all new hires must have received the full series of a COVID-19 vaccine or combination of COVID-19 vaccines approved by Health Canada (e.g., two doses of a two-dose vaccine series, or one dose of a single-dose vaccine series); AND have received the final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days ago. Medical exemptions or any other kind of requested exemption based upon the Hospital's obligations pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Apply for position « Back to Allied Health
ADM Intake and Admin Agent (Bilingual) Build a meaningful career At LifeWorks, we offer more than career opportunities, we provide career opportunities to make meaningful contributions to people's lives. The extraordinary expertise of a more than 7,000-strong workforce is harnessed to support the employees and families of the organizations we serve. Our innovative programs have a lasting impact on the health, financial security and productivity of 24,000 workplaces. Our people come with a wide variety of backgrounds: from call centres, retail, food service industry, social services, and/or office environments. We hire people who go above and beyond to provide solutions to our clients. The ADM Intake and Admin Agents are responsible for opening ADM referrals as well as responding to inbound questions regarding the Disability Management Services and referral process. Responsibilities: Answers incoming calls: assisting employees by providing information regarding their Disability Management Services. Processes incoming referrals, opening and assigning new claims as they come into the system. Working with the team to ensure that all responsibilities are completed according to service level agreements. Meeting established productivity and qualitative objectives. Adhering to scheduled shift times Assisting other HPS teams as required Providing empathy and support to all callers and referring callers to other resources as appropriate Qualifications: Bilingualism in French and English is mandatory. Applicant must be able to converse and write in both French and English in a professional capacity. Part of the interview process will include a language test. Experience in a customer service position where you gained exemplary customer service skills. The ideal candidate will have 2 years of call centre customer service experience High School Diploma Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment Ability to work on a team and be able to help others at a moment's notice Ability to problem solve using your own experience and the available resources Excellent computer skills and the ability to work primarily online in a paperless environment Where permitted by law, LifeWorks employees must be fully immunized to access a LifeWorks office or customer premises. Persons with disabilities who need accommodation in the application process or those needing job postings in an alternative format may e-mail a request to [email protected] Fulfilling work that matters LifeWorks is in the business of helping organizations help their people and in the process, we strive to elevate ours. We're always looking for talented professionals and strategic leaders looking to make a difference in the lives of the people we serve. We appreciate the interest of every applicant; however, we contact only those selected for an interview. At LifeWorks, we are committed to putting our people first. Our priority is to optimize the health and productivity of our people. In light of COVID-19, our company continues to monitor the global situation and following local guidance in each of our communities to ensure the health and wellbeing of our employees. Safety is our highest priority, and while the goal is to ultimately return to the office, we are currently working remotely and are connecting with candidates through virtual interviews, recruitment events, and information sessions. We are excited to connect with you virtually, and look forward to receiving your application.
Auditeur de nuit Poste : Auditeur de nuit Classification: Poste de service Département: Réception Secteur: Hébergement Entreprise: Hôtel & Spa Le Germain Charlevoix Superviseur immédiat: Superviseur du service à la clientèle Gestion Colimat est à la recherche d'un Auditeur de nuit pour son client l'Hôtel & Spa Le Germain Charlevoix. Chacun des membres de notre équipe est choisi pour son aptitude innée à prendre soin de nos invités, pour son énergie et son enthousiasme. Comme notre entreprise est en pleine expansion nationale, nous sommes fiers d'offrir à nos employés de réelles possibilités d'avancement, et ce, dans tous les volets de nos activités SOMMAIRE DU POSTE Sous l'autorité du superviseur du service à la clientèle, le/la titulaire de ce poste s'occupe principalement de la supervision de la réception durant la nuit ainsi que de la comptabilité de l'hôtel. TÂCHES ET RESPONSABILITÉS Assure le bon service aux clients à la réception de l'hôtel pendant la nuit; Veille à la qualité du service offert aux clients et répond aux demandes spéciales de ceux-ci; Assure la comptabilité de la réception, du spa et des restaurants (la validation des factures, l'encaissement des règlements, l'établissement du rapport comptable de la journée pour la direction); Garanti le calme et la sécurité de l'hôtel pendant la nuit Prend toutes les décisions importantes en cas d'urgence (procédure d'incendie, etc.) Fait un compte-rendu de la nuit pour les préposés à la réception de jour; Transmet les demandes spéciales des clients au préposé à la réception qui prend sa relève; FORMATION Études en comptabilité EXPÉRIENCES Expérience pertinente requise QUALIFICATIONS Maîtrise le français et l'anglais Connaissance en comptabilité Habileté avec le logiciel Excel Maîtrise du logiciel Maître D Maîtrise du logiciel Hotello APTITUDES Travailler seul Travailler de nuit Savoir prendre les bonnes décisions en cas de problème Service à la clientèle Excellent sens de l'organisation Excellent sens des responsabilités Soucis du détail Calme Digne de confiance Polyvalent Autonome Serviable
Préposé(e) aux bénéficiaires -temps partiel FORMATIONS, EXPÉRIENCES ET COMPÉTENCES DEP en assistance à la personne en établissement de santé ou formation AP-RPA; Formations PDSB et RCR obligatoires; Formation Loi 90 obligatoire.
Conseiller(ère) en transport nolisé Expérience en service à la clientèle (minimum 3 ans d'expérience de travail) Rigueur Souci du détail Fort sens de l'organisation Capacité à la résolution rapide et efficaces de problèmes
Mécanicien d'équipement lourd/moteur diesel Nous recherchons des candidats d'expérience qui sont: Disponibles, débrouillards, polyvalents, autonomes et qui aimeront travailler en équipe. Compétences en mécanique diesel. Devront savoir gérer les priorités et les entretiens réguliers.