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Digital Media and E-Commerce Program


FREE 8 WEEK PROGRAM
GRAPHIC DESIGN
PHOTOSHOP/ILLUSTRATOR
WEB DESIGN
VIDEO PRODUCTION
PRE-EMPLOYMENT SKILLS

Monday to Friday from 9:30AM to 12:30PM
(Starting July 23rd, 2018)
Springboard Services

For more information, please contact Lina Zakaria
lzakaria@springboardservices.ca
416-849-4421 Ext 235

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AMAZON INTERVIEW EVENT


Join Amazon’s Canadian Team!
• Immediate openings for full-time warehouse associates in receiving, picking and packing
• Weekly paycheques + refer a friend bonus program
• Looking for candidates 18 and over

Thursday, July 19, 2018
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Register Today by Calling: 416-741-8714 Or by Email: patrick.brown@ymcagta.org, maryam.nehrir@ymcagta.org

Albion Road YMCA Employment Centre
1530 Albion Rd, Unit 83
Etobicoke, ON

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FREE COMPUTER CLASSES


STARTING
 Monday August 13th 2018
 8 Week Program (Monday Only)
 1pm – 3pm
LEARN TO USE
-Microsoft Windows 10
-Microsoft Office
 Word
 PowerPoint
 Excel
-Internet
REQUIREMENTS
 Age 19+
 English Fluency
 Basic Computer Knowledge

Program Coordinator
Rosita Bacchus
416-923-3591 ext. 360
rbacchus@frontiercollege.ca

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Office Assistant (Full time) required immediately


Location: Mississauga, ON

Number of openings  : 02

Qualification and experience: 0-5 years of experience. High school diploma / College or University  graduate preferred.

General Job responsibilities

1. Register incoming RFQ’s
2. Data Entry on the basis of priority.
3. Review RFQ status report, check incoming offers and update in system.
4. Preparation of  quotes and upload online.
5. Review and reply clarification received from customers
6. Review and reply clarification received from vendors.
7. Other related office work.

Required skills:

  1. Organization skills
  2. Good typing skills.
  3. Written and verbal communication skills in English.
  4. Team player

Please apply ASAP to jobs@veraciousinc.ca


Job Opening – Sewing Machine Operator


Job Start Date: Asap

Job Title: Sewing Machine Operator

Nature of Business: Manufacturer

Wage: $14 / hr

# of Positions Available: 4. Four single needle or double needle operators.

Location: Toronto near Dufferin and 401

Accessible by Public Transit: Yes

Job Duration: Ongoing with the possibility to become permanent.

Schedule: Mon – Fri 7:30am – 4:00pm. Overtime and work on Saturdays may be required.

Job Description:

    – Sew flags and banners.
    – Responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of individual sewing machine
    – Maintain a clutter and clean space
Qualifications:

    – Must be able to operate a single or double needle industrial sewing machine.
Application Instructions: Submit resume to hr@lastminutestaffing.ca and quote job reference # 236-1.


Exterior Structural Fabricator


The Deck Store Inc is Canada’s largest decking design, build and supply company with 30 years of experience in
building custom one-of- a-kind decks. We have 8 locations in Ontario, Canada and offer employees fast-growing,
friendly and safe working environment with competitive packages and opportunities for personal and professional
development.

We are looking for a candidate to join our team of professionals in the role of Exterior Structural Fabricator. The
work is on- and off-company’s sites. You will be reporting directly to the Project Manager and responsible for deck
construction planning, drafting and visualization processes, developing of the bill of materials, execution of work
with lumber and other specialty materials (measuring, cutting, shaping, etc.), installation of fittings and fasteners and
other duties.

Youth and newcomers are encouraged to apply.

As Exterior Structural Fabricator, you will be working full-time (40 hours/week) at our office in Ottawa, ON
and on clients’ sites. Possible travels to other locations of the company. Your key responsibilities will include, but
not limited to:

  • Reading blueprints, sketches and assembling plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and
    materials required as related to a given application

  • Measuring, shaping and cutting materials to specified measurements using different tools, machines and
    equipment

  • Positioning and securing posts, beams, joints, ledgers, plywood, balusters, rails and other deck elements
  • Assembling and joining materials to build deck frame and structures as designed and outlined in blueprints
  • Following established safety rules and regulations and maintaining a safe and clean environment
  • Other duties as required

 Qualifications:

  • Education: post-secondary diploma/degree or equivalent
  • Work experience: 2-4 years of work experience with wood, different types of tools and machines

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

  • Ability to communicate in English: working proficiency
  • Skills to comprehend diagrams, blueprints, sketches, plans and specifications before assembling wood
    elements to determine the scope of work, locations, quantities, sizes of materials and tools required

  • Understanding of different types of wood properties (strengths, durability, flexibility, etc.)
  • Experience with mechanical and electric wood processing tools and equipment, skills to identify tools
    required for the tasks

  • Work experience in companies engaged in design, processing and construction of wood structures
  • Proficiency in Microsoft applications
  • Possession of strong organizational, time management and project management skills with a demonstrated
    ability to work both independently and within a fast-paced team environment

  • Ability to meet deadlines without compromising accuracy, excellent product quality and attention to details
  • Strong relationship-building abilities, proactive, results-oriented nature
  • Ability to work after hours and/or on weekends when required by the needs of the business
    Job Assets

  • Ability to draft schemes, prints and diagrams, building multidimensional models of deck structures and
    elements in line with project requirements and customer requests

  • Skills in technical design and experience in computer-aided design software: AutoCAD, 3D Max, V-Ray,
    CNC-programming or other

  • Ability to program computer numerically controlled machine tools using basic programming codes and
    computer aided manufacturing software

  • Good vision of what a product will look like by interpreting concept designs
  • Mechanical background in general, understanding of basic mechanisms and principals
  • Architectural or construction experience

Salary: 20 $/hour
Job type: Full-time
Job location: Ottawa, ON

Contact information:

    Email: info@deckstore.ca
    Company’s business address: 454 South Service Road West, Oakville, ON, L6K 2H4.

Metal framer-Carpentry


The Deck Store Inc is Canada’s largest decking design, build and supply company with 30 years of experience in

building custom one-of- a-kind decks. We have 8 locations in Ontario, Canada and offer employees fast-growing,
friendly and safe working environment with competitive packages and opportunities for personal and professional
development.
We are looking for a candidate to join our team of professionals in the role of Metal Framer-Carpenter. You will
be reporting directly to the Project Manager and responsible for installing aluminum frames and decking.
Youth and newcomers are encouraged to apply.
As Metal Framer-Carpenter, you will be working full-time (40 hours/week) at our office in Ottawa, ON.
Possible travels to other locations of the company. Your key responsibilities will include, but not limited to:

  •  Reading blueprints, sketches and assembling plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and
    materials required
  • Positioning and securing steel and aluminum frames and deck structures
  • Assembling and fastening materials to make steel and aluminum frameworks and roofs
  • Removing damaged or defective parts or sections of steel and aluminum structures and repair or replace
  • Shaping or cutting materials to specified measurements using different tools, machines and equipment
  • Following established safety rules and regulations and maintaining a safe and clean environment
  • Connecting steel and aluminum columns, beams, girders and other frame elements with bolts following
    blueprints
  • Cutting and bending iron/steel pieces, using metal shears and vice equipment
  • Other duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Education: post-secondary diploma/degree or equivalent
  • Work experience: 3-5 years of work experience with metals, different types of tools and machines

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

  • Ability to communicate in English: working proficiency
  • Computer literacy (MS Office applications)
  • Ability to comprehend diagrams, blueprints, sketches, plans and specifications before framework erection
    to determine the scope of work, locations, quantities, sizes of materials and tools required
  • Understanding of different types of metals properties, strengths of various materials
  • Knowledge of mechanical, electric and pneumatic tools, skills to identify tools required for the tasks
  • Experienced with metal processing equipment such as: marking tools, dial calipers, metal shears, drills,
    saws, laser levels and other
  • Experienced in work on companies engaged in metal working/processing, departments/workshops
    specialized on erecting/dismantling and repair of metal frames
  • Possession of strong organizational, time management and project management skills with a demonstrated
    ability to work both independently and within a fast-paced team environment
  • Ability to meet deadlines without compromising accuracy, excellent product quality and attention to details
  • Strong relationship-building abilities, proactive, results-oriented nature
  • Ability to work after hours and/or on weekends when required by the needs of the business

Salary: 20 $/hour
Job type: Full-time
Job’s location: Ottawa, ON

Contact information:

Email:

    • info@deckstore.ca

 

Business address:

    454 South Service Road West, Oakville, ON, L6K 2H4.

Jobs of the Future Youth Summit


The Government of Ontario in partnership with the Jr. Economic Club of Canada are delivering a “Jobs of the Future Youth Summit” that will provide youth with opportunities to learn about, and engage with, key growing sectors of the economy.

Email jrec@economicclub.ca with the subject line “Jobs of the Future Youth Summit” to RSVP by November 13th

Join us for a day of exposure to the jobs of the future!

  • Network with Toronto-based organizations
  • Get the inside-scoop from industry experts
  • Take part in a group hackathon

Remarks by the Honourable Michael Coteau, Minister of Children & Youth Services
Guest Speaker: DIVINE, CEO & Founder of Blak Group – Entrepreneur & HipHop Recording Artist

Attendees must be between the ages of 15 – 27.

Location: 145 Richmond St. West
Date: November 18th 2017
Time: 8:30am – 4:00pm
RSVP: November 13th

We see this as an important step in ensuring that all youth are aware of the jobs and careers of the future.
The event is taking place in Toronto on November 18th, 2017 and is fully free.


Changes to age of dependent children


As of October 24, 2017, regulations have changed to raise the age of dependent children from “under 19” to “under 22”.

These instructions are specific to new applications received by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on or after October 24, 2017.

To enhance family unity and reunification, and in recognition that many young adults remain with their parents longer , the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) have been amended to introduce a new definition of “dependent child”.

The only change in this new definition is that the maximum age of a dependent child has increased from 18 to 21. The definition retains the requirement for a dependent child to be unmarried and not in a common-law relationship and for overage children with a physical or mental condition to have been continually unable to financially support themselves since before turning 22.

The new definition applies to applications received on or after October 24, 2017. Applications received between August 1, 2014, and October 23, 2017, will be processed based on the previous definitions.

Previous definition: From August 1, 2014, to October 23, 2017, a dependent child was defined as a child under 19 who was not a spouse or common-law partner or a child 19 or older who was dependent on a parent due to a physical or mental condition.

Lock-in dates: The regulatory amendments related to the new definition of dependent child do not include any changes to regulations regarding when the age of a child of the principal applicant is locked in.

Transitional provisions: In addition, an amendment has been made to correct an inadvertent omission in the transitional provisions for the August 1, 2014, amendment, to include a dependent child who made an application as a principal applicant as a member of the family class on or before July 31, 2014.

The transitional provisions allowed the applications of certain children whose ages were locked in before August 1, 2014, to be processed based on the pre-amendment definition. It is important to note that for some permanent resident programs, IRCC will continue to receive some applications, which include those of children who are 22 or older, who are full-time students and who qualify as dependants based on the 2014 transitional provisions because their ages were locked in before August 1, 2014. These transitional provisions may apply regardless of the date IRCC receives the permanent residence application.

The transitional provision relating to overage full-time students will become obsolete in the future as older cases are finalized. For more information on the transitional provisions of the August 1, 2014, amendment, consult OB 588, “Change in the definition of a dependent child”, to determine if a child is eligible for their application to be processed for permanent residence based on a transitional provision.

Fees: The new definition of a dependent child has not resulted in any changes to the fee structure. The range of permanent resident fees for dependent children that apply on and after October 24, 2017, are based on the dependant type.

The only temporary resident fees that are affected by the new definition of a dependent child are the family rates for an application for a t emporary r esident v isa and the accompanying biometric fee.