Thursday, November 29, 2012

Ottawa Job of the Day: Orchestra Operations Assistant Personnel Manager



Under the supervision of the Operations Manager, the incumbent is responsible for creating and maintaining the NAC facilities scheduling in Artifax and OPAS for the NAC Orchestra. He or she also maintains the NACO musicians’ calendar, monthly bulletin and mailing list.He or she will also manage multiple choirs. The incumbent acts as the Pops operations and Production liaison for props, lighting, costumes and rehearsals. He or she also provides support to the Orchestra Manager as well as the Managing Director on special projects only. In addition, the incumbent will also provide support in the Personnel Office, and will engage musicians for Pops concerts. Travel may be required with the Orchestra on Tours and/on Run-outs. Work schedule for this position may vary from time to time.


More info: http://www4.nac-cna.ca/en/about/careers/jobdetails.cfm?ID=1016

Friday, November 23, 2012

Ottawa Job of the Day: Referee and Beach Volleyball Event Coordinator


Volleyball Canada

Application Deadline: November 30, 2012 Starting Date: January 21, 2013

Position: Referee and Beach Volleyball Event Coordinator

Job Description:
Referee Management:


- Office resource person relating to the National Officials Committee (NOC) programs including any meetings, reporting and evaluation that may be needed for the NOC.
- Assist in the annual budget development process as they relate to the NOC programs and subsequent budget reporting for the program.
- National and International referee database, compilation of all reports and activity forms.
- Preparation of the ROC meeting, National Clinic, National championships.
- Manage the indoor and beach referees’ database.
- Keep close liaison with FIVB and NORCECA technical department.
- Manage logistics for international traveling referees (flights, visas, accommodation)
- Responsible for ongoing communication to all hosts regarding upcoming deadlines, changes or pertinent host/event information/ requirements for referees at domestic events.
- Keep liaison with Rules of the Game Chair and Domestic Development Director to implement new rules, as well as modify existing ones.
- Administer and insure proper translation of the yearly rulebook.
- Ensure rulebook is printed in sufficient quantities, in both official languages, and respects any partner agreements that have the right to a feature in the publication.


Beach Volleyball Events Management:


Beach National Championships


- Manage, in conjunction with the National Championships Committee (NCC) and hosts, logistics, operations, human resources, timelines, budget, staging, and program reporting of the Beach National Championships.
- Office resource person relating to the Beach Volleyball NCC (BVNCC) sub-committee programs including any meetings, reporting and evaluation that may be needed for the BVNCC.
- Assist with the Communication, Marketing and Sponsorship Servicing of the Beach Volleyball National Championships.
- Assist in the annual budget development process as they relate to the BVNCC/NCC programs and subsequent budget reporting for the program.
- Manage registration process for the Beach Volleyball National Championships.
- Assist with the bid and selection process of hosts.
- Liaison to the Provincial/Territorial Associations for the program.
- Manage the National Point System.


Other Beach Volleyball Events
- Assist in the planning and delivery of any beach volleyball events hosted by Volleyball Canada as assigned.



Monday, November 19, 2012

Ottawa Job of the Day: Exec Director, Judo Canada

The Executive Director will provide leadership in executing Judo Canada’s strategic priorities and will be responsible for overseeing all Judo Canada programs. Organizational Structure The Executive Director (ED) reports to the President.

Main responsibilities
• Develop and implement annual operational plans consistent with Judo Canada’s Strategic priorities.
• Develop policies, planning documents and recommendations for review and approval and present them to the Board of Directors.
• Ensure that Judo Canada’s actions are consistent with nationally accepted standards and practices.
• Prepares annual budgets and financial documentation as required by sponsors, partners and for other monitoring purpose.
• Monitor agreed on by the association key performance objectives and indicators.
• Evaluate program effectiveness and generate reports on findings with appropriate recommendations.
• Manage and evaluate staff under his direct jurisdiction.
• Maintain strong partnerships with the primary funding partners of sport in Canada, including Sport Canada, Own the Podium, Canadian Olympic Committee, Canadian Sport for Life, and other key agencies.
• Maintain strong partnership with Provincial/Territorial Judo Associations and their funding partners in an effort to align all plans into a Strategic plan of Judo development in Canada.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated success as an executive leader with excellent management, administrative, communication and financial skills, experience while leading sport organizations at the domestic and international levels. Strong consultative, facilitation and decision-making skills are required. Knowledge of the amateur sporting system of Canada is preferred. Knowledge of the Canadian judo community and the ability to communicate in both official languages are key assets.

More info: http://www.sirc.ca/careers/jobs_view.cfm?id=6323&show=&search=&intJobType=0&intJobTypeStatus=0&start_row=1

Monday, November 12, 2012

Ottawa Job of the Day: Tree Climber



Experienced arborist tree climber needed
I am a tree service estimator that's looking for a tree service partner with the proper tools. such as harness, chainsaw's, climbing rope, spur's vehicle and liability insurance, who is experienced in the tree service industry. I have a contract now that need's to be taken care of as well as pending contracts. The person I am looking for must be friendly, hard working, punctual, and a multitasker. This is a potential opportunity to supplement your income and be a team player. My speciality is selling a chop and drop special where we go in on the site do a chop and drop and leave. There will be work in the Cornwall and Surrounding area and sometime's Ottawa.

More info: http://ottawa.kijiji.ca/c-jobs-other-Experienced-arborist-tree-climber-needed-W0QQAdIdZ428960458

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Ottawa Job of the Day: Banknote Designer

Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited produces banknotes and payment systems, passports and passport issuing systems, lottery tickets and electronic lottery games, postage stamps, securities certificates, shareholder communications, and other high security documents and related issuing systems. The Company markets its products to government agencies and authorities, as well as to institutional and other customers in more than 40 countries.

To use exceptional creative abilities to prepare conceptual designs, develop final, secure linework, illustrations and digital files for the production of a wide range of security documents.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Ottawa Job of the Day: Nuclear Operator (Trainee)



Under supervision, to perform routine functions and other duties with specific instructions, in respect to the operation of the NRU Nuclear Research Reactor. The operator will train on an operating shift, carrying out tasks of increasing complexity under the guidance of experienced supervision and Nuclear Operators 1. Short classroom training courses and some self-directed computer-based training will complement the on-the-job training in the workplace.

To qualify as a Nuclear Operator 2, the NO Trainee would have to go through an eight-stage progression period of on-the-job training. Progression through the eight Trainee stages will occur at six-month intervals, provided the employee meets the training and skill requirements at each level. For a continuing full-time employee, progression to the Nuclear Operator 2 rate will normally occur after four years in the Trainee classification, subject to meeting the training and skill requirements.

Qualifications

An Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with credits in Mathematics (MCB4U), Chemistry (SCH3U), Physics (SPH3U), and English (ENG4U)

OR

A minimum of Ontario Grade 12 advanced level plus four Ontario Academic Credits (OAC) in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and English

OR

The equivalent in education to one of the above requirements.

Mechanical or hands-on operational experience would be an asset.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Ottawa Job of the Day: Head Coach, U of Ottawa Football

Heading into our 132nd year of the Men’s Football Program, the University of Ottawa has a history of success in winning both provincial and national championships. We are committed to continuing this long tradition of excellence and are seeking a dynamic head coach with proven leadership skills and a history of success. The University has identified football as one of its national recognition programs and has committed to investing significantly into the program over the coming years.

The Head Coach and Program Manager will have access to a new, year-round, multi-sport domed stadium, centralized football operations as well as a strong support structure that encompasses academics, marketing and communications and long-term athlete development services. The University of Ottawa is a leader in the OUA and the CIS in student-athlete support, including scholarships, academic support, and medical and paramedical services. 

The Head Coach is responsible for coaching and long-term program development. The incumbent manages the program with the resources provided to ensure the academic success and athletic development of the student-athletes. The Head Coach helps the University build community support for the football program and contributes to resource development initiatives to enhance the student-athlete experience.