Inventa is looking for Presenters to join WorkBC’s Find Your Fit Career Education Tour.
The WorkBC Find Your Fit Tour is an interactive event where students have an opportunity to try their hand at skills they'll need for different in-demand careers. The team on this leg of the tour will be based in the Greater Vancouver Regional District area and travel locally, visiting communities and events of all sizes.
What you’re good at:
What we're good at:
Compensation: $20/hr when working onsite.
(per diem, accommodations, performance bonus will be discussed with selected applicants).
Note: Paid Accommodation will not be covered when you are scheduled within 32 kms of Inventa’s Vancouver office.The majority of this tour is local and will not provide paid accomodation or per diem.
Hours: Approximately 33 hours per week on average (including OT and DBL OT).
TBD-Last week of March or first week of April.
Start: April 6
End: May 16
(All dates may be subject to change)
April 6 Vancouver East
April 7 Vancouver East
April 9 Vancouver East
April 14 Vancouver South
April 16 Vancouver South
April 21 North Vancouver
April 23 North Vancouver
April 24 North Vancouver
April 28 Delta
April 30 White Rock
May 5 Langley
May 7 Maple Ridge
May 11 Mission (TBC)
May 13 Abbotsford
May 14 Abbotsford
For more information about this program: https://www.workbc.ca/Jobs-Careers/Find-Your-Fit-Tour.aspx
Think you'd be a great fit and want to join our team?
Select 'apply for this job online' in the upper right hand corner of this page and please ensure you complete your profile, include a current resume and provide an answer for all the pre-screening application questions.
Due to the high volume of responses we receive from our applicants we can only follow up with selected candidates. We tend to give preference to Inventa Alumni who are in good standing with the agency as well as those who have applicable experience and meet the program requirements. We value the diversity of the communities we serve and are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce that is representative of the population and meets the needs of British Columbian students. Pursuant to section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference may be given to qualified applicants who self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Métis or Inuit).