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5 October, 2010

Jobs at Innovatia

Filed under: careers — monado @ 12:06
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Innovatia is a knowledge-management consulting company in St. John, New Brunswick. They do documentation, training, knowledge consulting, and various kinds of support.  They are expanding and there are many opportunities for knowledge workers:

  • Technical writers at all levels. There are openings for junior, intermediate, and senior writers. The ideal candidate has experience creating technical documents and a technical background with experience in telecommunications, data networking, and Internet applica­tions.
  • Instructional designers. Experienced IDs will design and develop courseware for an eLearning environment.
  • Senior Information Architect. Consult with customers to understand their business needs and develop information strategies that meet the needs of the business, their customers, and employees. Required five or more years’ experience as an Information Architect, Business Analyst, or Information designer for a Technical Documentation or Training Group.

29 August, 2010

Instructional Designers wanted in New Brunswick

Filed under: careers — monado @ 13:49

Innovatia of St. John, NB, is looking for Instructional Designers.

24 June, 2009

Jobs in science and technology

Filed under: careers — monado @ 12:41

Here are a few links for career opportunities or contracts in science and technology:

  • Hydro One in Brampton is looking for…

    • Manager of Engineering, responsible to lead a team of technical staff in the Engineering Design, Planning and Standards, Projects, and Technical Services Departments. This position reports to the Vice President of Engineering & Operations and has 5 management level direct reports. The successful candidate will be an Electrical Engineer with extensive distribution utility experience and excellent organizational, communications and supervisory skills.
    • Drafting & Records Supervisor, who will be responsible for the GIS Records System, including the creation, accuracy and maintenance and development of many supporting corporate databases; be responsible for the creation, maintenance and accuracy of all Engineering & Construction Drawings, Schematics and Miscellaneous Drawing Products; and who will supervise and monitor the activities of the Drafting & Records staff.

7 April, 2009

Government of Canada job bank

Filed under: online resources,work — monado @ 14:15
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This is the site for finding jobs listed with the government by Canadian employers: Service Canada Job Bank, search page.


Go here if you want the Service Canada title page with the choice of English or French and a link to Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

4 March, 2009

Jobs on Craigslist

Filed under: online resources,Resources,work — monado @ 22:16
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It never occurred to me to look for writing jobs on Craigslist until my son sent me a link for one, but there they are! Craigslist is cheaper, gets more page views, and says that they get more responses than the large job boards.


27 December, 2008

Loaded the job bank

Filed under: online resources,work — monado @ 15:15
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The STC Toronto job bank has been getting low lately, so I searched out some job openings online and added several. I’ve marked them as being added by the job bank manager so you don’t take them as a sign of sudden prosperity in the job market.

Most of the jobs are permanent. I’ve added one contract and one volunteer position that gets you nothing but experience.

Most of the jobs are in Toronto. One is in Waterloo. I skipped over jobs in places like Fort Saskatchewan, Montreal, and Ottawa. You can find them if you look around. I also left off some jobs that some technical communicators could probably do—business analysis or web design opportunities that need other areas of expertise. Look around for writing or content or design: under different job titles you may find a place to put your communication skills to work.

There are more jobs out there but the job bank gives you a start. You can check it at the STC Toronto site by logging in with your STC ID and password. Good luck!

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