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Home Care Attendant

LOCATION: Thompson, MB FACILITY: NRHA Services Building

As a member of the Home Care team, the certified Home Care Attendant (HCA) performs and assists with duties related to meeting client personal needs in accordance with the established policies and procedures. Must be able to function effectively in a dynamic and demanding environment.

Receives direction for daily activities from the Resource Coordinator with a formal reporting relationship to the Home Care Supervisor.

  • ?  Health Care Aide Certificate from a recognized educational Institute

  • ?  Valid Manitoba Class V driver’s license, access to a vehicle, and willingness to travel year round

  • ?  Food Safe Certification

  • ?  Working knowledge of Windows based programs (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Internet

  • ?  Demonstrates understanding of the role of the HCA within the client’s home

  • ?  Knowledge of safe patient handling techniques

  • ?  Knowledge of the infinite value of human life, respecting the rights of individuals to live and die

    with dignity

  • ?  Knowledge of the techniques and procedures of client care related to activities of daily living




Home Care


Permanent / 1.0 FTE


8 hours/day, rotation below

TERM (if applicable)



$19.371 - $21.075


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Northern RHA strives to have a diverse workforce in an inclusive and accessible workplace, which provides opportunity for reasonable accommodation.
Indigenous applicants are encouraged to self-declare when submitting applications & resumes.
We thank all candidates for applying. Only those selected for interview will be contacted.

For more information or to apply, please contact: Lori Rasmussen, Recruitment Officer
867 Thompson Drive South, Thompson, MB, R8N 1Z4 Fax: 204-778-1477 Email:

Local: 204-679-3181 or Toll Free: 1-866-758-7871


CLOSING DATE: Until Filled

Thompson is currently looking for:

 Advertising Sales Consultant


Must enjoy meeting new people and getting to know them. 

Enjoy an opportunity for you to meet and network with people in a variety of fields and backgrounds and develop new contacts.


In working with an experienced team, you’ll learn the ins and outs of the radio industry, develop your creative skills – even the ones you didn’t know you had – and in turn, provide winning advice to clients regarding their advertising needs.


The successful candidate will:


*   be committed to building a solid working relationship with their clients and coworkers.

*    help our clients develop and maintain advertising strategies

*   enjoy the energy that comes from a fast-paced work environment and the challenge  of meeting deadlines

*   consider nothing to be impossible with the right tools and support

*   have the conviction that radio advertising plays a vital role in any business’ success


They will also:


*          have a minimum of 1 year experience in sales

*          be pro-active and self-driven by a need for personal success  

*          stay on top of the latest marketing trends and translate that into sales

*          know how to problem solve in a creative manner

*         be thorough, be accurate and have excellence in mind with  everything they do for the station and our clients

             *         have a valid driver’s licence and a vehicle at their disposal


If you feel you have these qualities, send us your resume.


Forward it to our Station Manager, Sue O’Brien at


Only qualified candidates will be called for an interview.    Deadline is

May 15, 2021.


                       The Thompson Crisis Centre


­The Thompson Crisis Centre is seeking an Executive Director


The Thompson Crisis Centre is a non-profit agency, providing shelter and related services to anyone in Northern Manitoba who is experiencing family and intimate partner violence. The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of the Shelter in keeping with established principles, standards and goals. This individual should be an innovative leader who is passionate about improving the lives of people impacted by family and intimate partner violence. They must be motivated for social change and the prevention of violence within families, intimate relationships, and communities.



The Hiring Committee is looking for a candidate who is energetic and innovative; someone who sees the potential in every situation to improve the lives of people impacted by intimate partner or family violence. The ideal candidate will have a background in Human Resource Administration or Business Administration particularly within non-profits. A minimum of 3 years experience in providing direct services to clients is preferred and 2 – 3 years’ experience in a management position within the field of human services would be an asset.



Demonstrated skills and ability in;

  • Team Leadership
  • Facilitation
  • Mediation
  • Negotiation
  • Problem solving
  • Networking


With knowledge in areas of;

  • Family and intimate partner violence
  • Indigenous cultures and Northern region
  • Intersectional frameworks
  • Union negotiation
  • Collective Bargaining Agreement


Duties and Responsibilities:


In consultation with the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for agency reporting requirements including the annual budget. The position involves;

  • Outreach, advocacy, and relationship building within the community
  • Identifying the varied operation and program needs of the shelter as it evolves, and developing strategies, including proposals to meet those needs
  • The monitoring of program needs and service delivery in relation to shelter objectives and goals

Salary and Benefits:

  • Starting salary of $50,000 (negotiable)
  • Benefits package
  • Pension contribution

To Apply:

Submit a letter of application, resume and the names and contact information of three references;

  • By email -
  • By mail - Selection Committee, c/o Thompson Crisis Centre, Box 1226, Thompson, MB, R8N 1P1


Deadline for applications: May 14, 2021


We thank all those who apply, but only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

Class 1 City P&D Great new Pay Package $28.00 an hour - The Pas

Company Description

Manitoulin Transport has one of the highest pay packages in the industry as they strive to keep their current and future drivers happy. Sustained by its 60 years of experience, Manitoulin developed the transportation knowledge that is relied on and trusted by clients in various industries.

Job Description

They are looking to hire a Class 1 City Pickup & Delivery that has knowledge of  The Pas, Flin Flon, and Snow Lake, MB  areas.

  • Responsible for the pickup and delivery of freight within this Northern Manitoba area, while adhering to company policies and procedures
  • Must prioritize all shipments in order to make all-time critical commitments
  • Working as a team with dispatcher and dock personnel to ensure all freight is delivered on time


  • Class 1 license
  • 1 year of experience
  • Reliable and dependable
  • TDG, WHMIS, Forklift experience is an asset
  • Must be able to provide a criminal record check, driver's abstract, 3 work-related references.

Additional information

What do they offer to you? 

  • Competitive Wages (Hourly $28.00 an hr)
  • Comprehensive Benefits Program
  • Profit-Sharing Opportunities
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement

To apply, contact either Rickey or Martin:

Rickey Pagan Driver Recruitment -

Martin Monette Driver Coordinator -

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