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Full time
Halton ON
2018.09.17
2018.09.28
Job Opportunity at The Centre for Skills Development & Training
Job Number:  308
Job Title:  Newcomer Support Coach
Department:  EIS
Location:  Halton
Start Date:  October 2018
Schedule:  35 hours per week
Pay Rate:  $36.42 per hour
Reports To:  Settlement & Integration Program Coordinator
Text Box: Embark on a Bright Future with The Centre for Skills Development & Training 
Are you entrepreneurial, client-focused and committed to team work and excellence?  Do you enjoy working with clients from diverse backgrounds? If you want to work for a recognized leader in career and workforce development, then consider a career with The Centre for Skills Development & Training!
Headquartered in Burlington, Ontario, with locations in Oakville, Milton and Clarkson, The Centre delivers high calibre employment services, ESL & immigrant services, skilled trades training and literacy upgrading. Providing people with opportunities to build a better future and making a positive impact on peoples’ lives is integral to the business of The Centre.
For more information, visit: thecentre.on.ca
 
The Opportunity
These are your responsibilities:
  1. Provide itinerant support and brief supportive counselling to newcomers in North and South Halton
  2. Provide needs assessment of newcomer clients, identify their needs and provide a working plan to assist in proper referral and settlement
  3. Develop a plan of support and goals that is client centred
  4. Provide timely counseling and referrals based on identified needs (life skills, crisis intervention, in-person / email / telephone / text support)
  5. Develop supportive alliance with clients by providing supportive counselling in the areas of mental health, substance abuse, suicide risk, grief, crisis intervention, trauma, and other issues
  6. Provide crisis intervention and exercises good judgment in emergency and or/crisis situations, and follow up post crisis
  7. Using client-centered approach, advocate on behalf of clients in association with their community support network
  8. Facilitate referrals to appropriate internal and external resources
  9. Develop and facilitate workshops, presentations and information sessions
  10. Participate in community outreach to promote The Centre’s immigrant services developed through partnerships with health and community support systems
  11. Maintain close collaborative working relationships with other health care professionals
  12. Work as a member of the team to ensure that the program operates efficiently and effectively
  13. Must meet program funding targets
  14. Provide accurate and timely reporting and statistics
  15. Perform other related duties as required
What you need to bring to this job:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty listed above satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Employees who do not possess the requirements for a job at the time of hire are expected to attain the skills, knowledge and abilities required within a specified period of time as agreed upon, in writing, with the hiring Manager. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Experience in working with adults from culturally and socio-economically diverse backgrounds and awareness of issues and challenges facing newcomers
  • Sensitivity and understanding of persons of diverse cultural backgrounds demonstrating extensive experience in working with Newcomers in a multicultural environment.
  • Knowledge of major mental illnesses including signs and symptoms
  • Knowledge of case management including, local resources and access to services
  • Excellent assessment skills and crisis intervention skills
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong time management skills aand ability to work under pressure
  • Create a safe, comfortable environment for clients
  • Ability to engage and build rapport with clients from various cultures, generations and social-economic backgrounds
  • Strong client advocacy skills
  • Strong presentation and facilitation skills
  • Familiar with Halton resources / community providers and ability to build strong partnerships
  • Actively engage with internal and program staff and with community health care providers to ensure best course of action for client support
  • Ability to assist in complex, client life circumstances and maintain healthy boundaries
  • Demonstrate ability to work effectively within a team and independently with minimal supervision
  • Knowledge of mental health policies, legislation, (ie. Occupational Health & Safety Act, Mental Health Act) and other relevant legislation
  • Fluency in a second language is an asset
  • Access to a reliable vehicle, possession of a valid driver’s license, and willingness to travel extensively throughout Halton, Peel and surrounding areas as required
  • Availability to work occasional evening and/or weekend shifts as required
Educational Requirements:
  • Degree in Counselling, Social Services, Health Services, Psychology or related field
  • Certificate in Mental Health and Addictions
  • Suitable educational equivalents may be considered for individuals with 5 years of highly related experience with newcomers
Work Experience Requirements:
  •  Minimum 3-5 years’ experience working with case management, mental health counselling/coaching, addictions and crisis intervention 
Technical Requirements:
 
Equipment:      Computer, Fax Machine, Printer, Photocopier, Projector, Telephone, Smart Phone
Software:        Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint
Other:              Internet, Social Media Platforms
 
Please e-mail or fax your resume and cover letter to:
 
Human Resources
The Centre for Skills Development & Training
E-mail: resumes@thecentre.on.ca
Fax: 905-634-2775
 
Application Deadline:   Friday, September 28, 2018 by 4 p.m.
In order to be considered, all applications must include the job number and title in the email subject line or on the cover sheet if faxing. 
We thank all applicants for their interest in The Centre, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  If contacted for an interview, please inform us should accommodation be required.
In the spirit of the Human Rights Code, we ask that resumes not include personal data such as age, health, marital and family status.
 

Post ID: 308
Hours: Full time
How to apply: See instructions in body of job description above NOTE DEADLINE TO APPLY is Sept 28th, 4pm
Full time
Hamilton, ON
2018.09.14
2018.10.06
Orlick is a benchmark supplier to the automotive industry, serving OEM and Tier 1 customers globally. Orlick specializes in high quality, just in time delivery, and an unsurpassed level of customer service, recognized through numerous awards.
Orlick is an integrated company, with a core competence in high pressure aluminum die-casting and precision machining and assembly. We offer customers our expertise through all stages of product development: from prototype concept to finished part. This allows our customers to realize globally cost competitive, light weight, high quality products.

Are you interested in working for a company that offers:
  • Competitive Wage
  • Employee Benefit Plan
  • Company Pension Plan
  • Employee training and development
  • Education tuition assistance
  • Social Activities for employees and their families
POSITION SUMMARY
 
The Trim Press Operator is responsible for safely operating a trim press machine to trim high quality aluminum parts from a die cast machine according to the defined process.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
 
The specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: 
  • Maintain continuous operation of the trim press machine.
  • Perform quality gauging, SPC etc. as determined by the job specific control plan.
  • Perform a full Statistical Process Control check.  Log inspection data into the computer according to control plan.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork (ie. pre-start safety checks, scrap, good parts produced, downtime, production sheets, bin tags, In-process sheets, etc.)
  • Effectively communicate to the next operator at shift change, of any visual or dimensional defects.
  • Understand trim inspection procedures, and make checks as necessary per control plan. Notify Team Leader or Supervisor of any visual or dimensional defects.
  • Complete a pre-start safety check prior to shift commencement.  Equipment must be thoroughly checked by the operator (ie. guard protection, blow-off hose, hydraulics) to ensure proper function, including the safety ratchet. Safety checks and initials must be documented on the production sheet.
  • Use a hand tool where necessary to improve a finish on a part.
  • Report hydraulic/coolant leaks to Shift Supervisor.
  • Ensure that all unacceptable parts be counted and disposed of into scrap bin located at the trim press.
  • Meet production targets.
  • General housekeeping around the work area, such as sweeping and shoveling aluminum debris off the machine, gauging tables and floor.
 
ESSENTIAL SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
  • Completion of high school diploma or equivalent work experience.
  • Detail oriented.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Ability to prioritize and multi task in a fast-paced environment.
  • Team player and able to work well with others.
ASSETS
  • Previous factory/plant work experience.
 How to apply:

Please apply to vanderbeekj@thecentre.on.ca and indicate the title of the job and the POST ID# JV678 when you apply
Post ID: JV678
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See details in posting informatin above.
Full time
Hamilton, ON
2018.09.14
2018.10.10
Orlick is a benchmark supplier to the automotive industry, serving OEM and Tier 1 customers globally. Orlick specializes in high quality, just in time delivery, and an unsurpassed level of customer service, recognized through numerous awards.

Orlick is an integrated company, with a core competence in high pressure aluminum die-casting and precision machining and assembly. We offer customers our expertise through all stages of product development: from prototype concept to finished part. This allows our customers to realize globally cost competitive, light weight, high quality products.

Are you interested in working for a company that offers:
  • Competitive Wage
  • Employee Benefit Plan
  • Company Pension Plan
  • Employee training and development
  • Education tuition assistance
  • Social Activities for employees and their families
Orlick is an integrated company, with a core competence in high pressure aluminum die-casting and precision machining and assembly. Due to company growth, we are currently looking to hire a Junior Engineer
 
Major Responsibilities:
  • Conduct assessments of manufacturing operations to identify improvement opportunities to eliminate waste.
  • Communicate with Operators; Team Leaders on work assignments to develop improvement strategies that will drive operational excellence and help reduce costs.
  • Develop site specific process improvement goals and targets.
  • Compiles reports as needed and assists with distribution of reports to others for analysis and corrective action
  • Assisting as required for all internal engineering and project launches within Orlick
  • Develop benchmarks and tracking progress of all projects as assigned
  • Provide technical support to all production related departments (Production, Quality, Maintenance)
  • Coordinate project status and timelines between departments, contractors , suppliers and management
  • Update mechanical and process drawings and process flows for each facility, label mechanical room piping accordingly and prepare operating and maintenance procedures manual.
  • Develop and communicate project plans with cross functional team
  • Troubleshoot production, quality and equipment issues
  • Specify, procure equipment, review design, test and oversee installation of new equipment
  • Develop timely and cost effective solutions for customer related engineering issues where applicable.
  • Prepare project outlines, and support approved proposals with the tooling, manufacturing and QA groups to ensure maximum project contribution.
  • Support, understand and comply with the Health & Safety requirements within Orlick.
  • All other duties as assigned.
 
REQUIREMENTS:
  • Demonstrated mechanical aptitude with shop floor tools and processes is a must
  • Mechanical Engineering degree  or Technologist diploma
  • General Understanding of Lean principles and how it applies to our environment
  • Minimum 2 years in the manufacturing sector
  • Previous Exposure and understanding of budgeting and or project management
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, above average communication ability
  • Strong report writing ability
  • Autocad knowledge a definite asset
How to apply:
Please apply to vanderbeekj@thecentre.on.ca and indicate the title of the job and the POST ID# JV678-3 when you apply.
Post ID: JV678-3
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See instructions in posting details above.
Full time
Hamilton, ON
2018.09.14
2018.10.16
Orlick is a benchmark supplier to the automotive industry, serving OEM and Tier 1 customers globally. Orlick specializes in high quality, just in time delivery, and an unsurpassed level of customer service, recognized through numerous awards.
Orlick is an integrated company, with a core competence in high pressure aluminum die-casting and precision machining and assembly. We offer customers our expertise through all stages of product development: from prototype concept to finished part. This allows our customers to realize globally cost competitive, light weight, high quality products.

Are you interested in working for a company that offers:
  • Competitive Wage
  • Employee Benefit Plan
  • Company Pension Plan
  • Employee training and development
  • Education tuition assistance
  • Social Activities for employees and their families
Industrial Millwright
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Industrial Millwright is responsible for safely installing and maintaining machinery and supporting structures according to manufacturer’s specifications.
 
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

•Safely use hand and power tools, as well as, safely install machinery, supporting equipment and structures on all machinery and equipment. The Millwright will have an in-depth knowledge and understanding of machine set up and programming controls.
•Must be able to read and understand blue prints, diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures.
•Must be familiar with and be able to perform the erection of scaffolds, simple rigging to erect or dismantle machines. Dismantle machines, using hammers, wrenches, crowbars and other necessary hand tools.
•Move machinery and equipment using hoists, dollies, rollers and trucks.
•Align machines and equipment, using hoists, jacks, hand tools, squares, rules, micrometers, levels and plumb line.
•Test reassembled equipment and make necessary adjustments or repairs as required. This would include a wide variety of machining processing/production systems.
•Rebuild mechanical equipment required for operations and on all other plant machinery and equipment as required.
•Repairs or replaces parts, tooling changes.
•Carry out the preventative and predictive maintenance program and all necessary documentation.
•Track and document monthly PM reports and daily work orders in a timely fashion, identify equipment breakdown causes and minimize equipment downtime.
•Work with or without an electrical technician to troubleshoot equipment.
•Use equipment, materials and machinery only as authorized, and operate equipment in a manner that does not endanger themselves or other workers.
•Communicate and work effectively with work-team members and other members of the company
 
How to apply:
Please apply to vanderbeekj@thecentre.on.ca and indicate the title of the job and the POST ID#JV678-4
when you apply
Post ID: JV678-4
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See details on how to apply in the posting information above.

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