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Monday, June 29th, 2015
8:32 am
[dewline]
PSC Website Query
Anyone else having trouble accessing the site this morning?

I think they announced some sort of maintenance downtime, but I can't remember with certainty.
Tuesday, September 4th, 2012
2:27 pm
[dewline]
RESOLVED: Adecco in Ottawa
Wondering if anyone can confirm/debunk the suspicion I have that Adecco's no longer maintaining an office in Ottawa...?

Turns out they're in the ByWard Market area nowadays.

Current Mood: curious
Monday, August 22nd, 2011
2:21 pm
[canadianstudies]
Position: Sales Associate
Lilac Lingerie Boutique is a small business owned by the Kutrovsky family. It opened its doors in August 2010 and has quickly attracted the attention of many Ottawa residents with its personable one-on-one client service, reasonable pricing and quality of brands from around the world. Located in the trendy Westboro Village, the Lilac boutique proudly offers a variety of products and services for Ottawa fashionistas, moms and brides.

We are looking to hire one part time sales associates to fill immediate openings. The positions are from 12 to 20 hours per week with an opportunity for extra hours. The salary range is starting at $12 per hour.
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How to apply:


Please send your resume and a short cover letter to info@lilaclingerie.ca.

We will make our best effort to contact all who apply.
Wednesday, March 10th, 2010
8:46 pm
[neetka]
IARD with Treasury Board
Hello everyone!

I'm wondering, if anyone here knows anything about IARD (Internal Auditor Recruitment and Development) program with Treasury Board? Maybe someone was hired through this program?
I'm having an iterview with them soon, was just wondering, what to expect exept from usual "interview questions". Or maybe where to search for additional information, exept one that's on their web-site?

any help is greatly appreciated!


Wednesday, January 13th, 2010
10:03 am
[petrosoap]
helloo..

anyone know any places downtown that are hiring cooks presently?

any help is appreciated :)

Current Mood: hopeful
Friday, June 19th, 2009
1:42 pm
[sapphosdaughter]
Resume Question - Security Clearance and Police Record check
 Hi.

I'm preparing my resume and I have hit something I'm not sure about.

I have a security clearance and in a couple weeks I will have been checked for a police record with the Gatineau police. 

I am wondering if it is a good idea to say that I have a security clearance, and that I have been checked by the cops. ;)

If so, how do I handle that in terms of a "section name"?

Thanks


Current Mood: curious
Saturday, April 18th, 2009
6:13 pm
[dr_karma]
Waitress/Servers?
Hey everyone I am also looking for a job now too!
Has anyone seen any signs or heard anything about a waitress needed??
I have exp. and really want to wait this summer for extra cash!
If anyone sees anything post and it will help!!
THANKS!!!
Friday, April 10th, 2009
12:35 am
[sharpblonde]
I know a fair number of people are looking for jobs right now, so hopefully this will help someone.  The following places have help wanted signs up:

Brixton's on Sparks for a cook
Cafe Paradiso (I think that's its name) on Bank
Tim Horton's on Bank (all positions)
Hermosa Fashion on Bank
Royal Oak on Bank for a assistant management position
Booster Juice and about a gazillion other places in the Rideau Centre

All the shops on Bank are between Laurier and Somerset.

I'm job hunting also, so I'd appreciate it if people posted the help wanted signs they see here, even if they feel they have enough competition and mostly post for places they won't be applying like me ;)
Saturday, March 21st, 2009
12:00 am
[sharpblonde]
I'm job hunting again.  I'm actually getting fairly frustrated at this point since I've been looking since OcTranspo went off strike after quitting the last job because of the strike.  So anyway, any help is appreciated.  Where do you know is hiring?  I'm looking primarily for retail, clerical, or landscaping work.  I have over 3 years retail experience.  I'm pretty much an Anglophone.  I am not fit enough for the heavy lifting landscaping work, more stuff like racking, cleaning up, and planting.

Thanks!

Current Mood: aggravated
Friday, August 22nd, 2008
1:11 pm
[sharpblonde]
Job hunting and posting
The Hunt:

Hi there,

I'm looking for a job right now and thought maybe people could help. If you 1) know of a good temp agency or two in Ottawa and could give me the name(s) and other any other info I'd need to contact the company(ies) please let me know, 2) know of a good job opportunity, please give what info you have. Thank you, a small amount about my qualifications and what I'm looking for can be found below. Thank you!

I'm thinking that at the moment I'd like a administrative assistant, data entry position, or government position, but I'm not restricting my hunt to only those things. I prefer downtown core or easy access by transit. I'm a decent typist, I have a diploma in business from Algonquin College, I have three years of retail experience and a small amount of experience answering phones, doing data entry, and filing in an office. I, unfortunately, only speak an insignificant amount of French.

The Opportunities:

If anyone is looking for general retail type jobs here are some possibilities I know of: Empire Theatres, World Exchange Plaza may be hiring. This is good part time work for students. I've worked for them in the past and it is a good place to work. Decent breaks, a decent amount off concession combos, and if you aren't working you can get yourself and one other person into movies that aren't pass restricted for free. Also, I'd recommend just looking around the Rideau Centre for help wanted signs. In the west end, Tim Hortons on Baseline is hiring.
Thursday, August 14th, 2008
6:15 pm
[innoxia]
Debunking myths re: overtime
The Ottawa Business Journal posted an interesting article on debunking myths re: overtime. I thought it was pretty informative - know your rights!

http://www.ottawabusinessjournal.com/298007999509528.php
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
12:50 pm
[earlessoswick]
Day Camp Counsellors - French
Hello! I come bearing a lead for camp counsellors for a French day camp out by Carleton University. This has been posted on HRDC, the Carleton job posting site, and a few other places around the internet, but just in case someone is still looking and missed it...

Where: Westboro Academy, 200 Brewer Way
When: ASAP until August 1st, 2008
Salary: $10.00/hour
Hours: 12:00 to 4:00 Monday-Friday

Qualifications:
- MUST be able to speak French; you do not need to be a native speaker of French, but you do need to have a knowledge of the language!
- experience with children an asset;
- CPR/First Aid training an asset;
- must not be afraid to get a little dirty or a little wet.

If you are (or someone you know is) interested in the position, drop an e-mail to jobs @ westboroacademy . com with a cover letter and resume.

Current Mood: busy
Monday, June 23rd, 2008
4:46 pm
[petrosoap]
Mongolian Village (East) Seeking BOH Staff ASAP
My name is Katie, part of the BOH management team at the Mongolian Village (Gloucester Centre).

We're presently in great need of FT and PT kitchen staff, capable of multitasking and working quickly and efficiently both individually and with others. We're looking for people who promote a friendly, fun environment and aren't afraid to interact with customers.

We offer flexible schedules, gratuities, full training, and opportunity for advancement within the kitchen.

As always, relative experience is a bonus, as is Food Handler's certification (which is later required for cooks anyway).

Pay is $8.75 to start (tip cheques are also issued once a month).

Drop off a resume at our restaurant, located at 1980 Ogilvie. Ask to speak to Katie, or Matt (the kitchen manager). You can also send a fax to 613-824-2356.

The Mongolian Village is an equal opportunity employer. Everyone's encouraged to apply :).

Feel free to comment if you have any further questions.. :)
Thursday, June 19th, 2008
2:14 pm
[gojobs]

Hmm, quite a little niche community you have going here! Hi, my name is Bill, and I work for an Internet job board called GOJobs.com.  We have specialty pages set up for different states and also for provinces in Canada, and I think I can help with your Ottawa job search.  Check out this page right here:

 

http://www.gojobs.com/ontario-jobs.html

 

Thank you so much for reading, and please feel free to contact me or leave feedback here, telling me what you think about the site.  I’m especially interested to hear all of your success stories!

 

Thanks again, and good luck in your job search.

Friday, May 16th, 2008
1:47 pm
[the_arachne]
A public service/servant announcement
Want a day job, but don't like the idea of working in the government where you don't see the point of what you're doing? How would you like to make $18-22 an hour? There are loads of entry-level positions in the government for Access to Information and Privacy! You deal directly with the public, and are helping make sure everyone can access government records. Biligualism is useful, but most departments are ok with English-only. And ATIP is very transferrable, so if you don't like the people at one department, you can go to another department and basically do the same job (not all ATIP shops are created equal). There are also loads of opportunities for career advancement (you can hop departments for a promotion, too; I sure did).

I feel so bad; I'm going to ditch not one but two great ATIP shops for better jobs this month! And they both need good people for entry level positions!

I personally think this sort of work is ideal for people who've worked at call centres, partly because I used to be one, but also because the sort of data management you did there will lend itself well here, you don't get abused by clients, you make a LOT more money, and you're (usually) smart and fast enough to do the work. Not to mention you'll never work another holiday as long as you live. Students very welcome!

Now: how to get these jobs?
1.) You can offer to do casual (maxiumum 90 working days per calendar year, basically 4 months per department, and you can hop around when you're done your term), which just requires contacting the department you'd like to work for and giving them a resume and some references.

2.)You can also go through a temp agency (personally, I like Excel, 'cause they pay me a decent amount, but The Associates Group specializes in ATIP; they pay $16/hr for an AS-01 position, though, and you'd get at least $20/hr for that position if you worked casual), and tell them you're interested in doing ATIP. They can often be useful in matching employees to jobs, and you don't have the 4-month limit if you go through an agency. They'll want a resume and references, too.

3.)Term and permanent positions have to be earned through competitions open to the public. They can be found here. You can even set up an automatic alert that will send any relevant opportunities to you via email.

ATIP needs good people...they need YOU!
Thursday, April 17th, 2008
2:26 pm
[the_arachne]
AAAH!
Fight...aggravation
Fight...upgrade bugs
Fight...our ATIP system!

My work is losing its systems analyst. Systems analsysts with ATIPflow/Accesspro experience are essentially non-existant. We are very seriously considering an analyst-less contingency. I'm not sure I'm authorised to disclose my department, but it's government. Biligualism preferred. Work hours flexible, may need to work overtime on short notice etc... PLEASE respond if you have ANY experience with these systems, not necessarily in an administrator's role (details welcome).
Thursday, February 28th, 2008
11:11 pm
[barcodegurl]
Job Opportunity
Employment Opportunity
Artistically Inclined?

The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra is seeking to hire an articulate and bilingual arts lover as Ticket/Box Office Manager, to replace our current Manager during her maternity leave. The work schedule is (20) hours per week during regular business hours. The salary range for this position is up to $16,000/yearly. Working knowledge of TicketMaster software as well as Ticket/Box Office management experience would be an asset. 

For more information call Bryan Croft @ 613-231-7802.
To apply, e-mail your resume to oso@on.aibn.com,
or fax it to 613-231-3610. 
Apply today!

More details here: http://www.ottawasymphony.com/about/employment.php?lang=en
Wednesday, October 17th, 2007
1:01 pm
[jailhostel]
Front Desk Clerks Needed
We are looking for full and part-time clerks to join our front desk team at the HI-Ottawa Jail Hostel. The Hostel is a hub for young, international travellers as they experience Ottawa on a budget. Duties include making reservations (phone, fax, email), checking guests in/out, processing payments and dispensing tourist information.

The ideal candidate will be bilingual, have cash experience and a love of travel. Diplomacy and a sense of humour a must! Previous experience in the tourism/hospitality industry is an asset.

Immediate start. Shift work - days, evenings and weekends.

Contact Robin Webster
robin.webster@hihostels.ca

www.carletoncounygaol.com
www.hihostels.ca/ottawa
Tuesday, October 9th, 2007
3:43 pm
[iceowl]
Temp agencies
Can anyone recommend some good temp agencies to work for? I've had some pretty awful luck with the ones I've worked with in the past, and I don't really know where else to look.
Friday, September 7th, 2007
6:40 pm
[canadianstudies]
Both Carlton Cards and Subway in the Merivale Mall are now hiring, as is Home Outfitters on Merivale Road.
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