Category: Job Opportunities
Expression of Interest – Construction Manager – Bralorne Mines Office Rehabilitation
The BRVCA is seeking expressions of interest from qualified construction managers for the Bralorne Mines Office Rehabilitation. The scope of project work involves structural upgrades to wood framing and new concrete and wood frames stairs/ramps, HVAC/plumbing replacement, electrical system and lighting upgrades, new sprinkler system and fire alarm system, new partitions and interior finishes, and exterior grading and drainage works. The scope of CM services include site supervision, work by own forces, and management of specific trade contracts made directly with BRVCA.
A CCDC 5 Construction Management Standard Contract with Supplemental Conditions tailored to this project will be the form of agreement.
Please forward a CV outlining your residential and heritage rehabilitation expertise and project history, as well as local availability for this approximately 18 month duration project in Bralorne to email@example.com by September 13.
Expression of Interest – Project Coordinator – Bralorne Pioneer Mine Office Building Conservation and Adaptive Reuse Project
The Bridge River Valley Community Association is seeking a part time project coordinator to extend through December 2022.
Project duties will include interfacing between the Owner/Project and the building users.
This involves bringing input from the museum and residential users to inform the rehabilitation design, clearing out redundant items, organizing artifacts for future display, and will likely be informing the museum and other stakeholders on design and impacts.
The selected consultant will need to work with the team of professionals and construction manager on completing the conservation and adaptive reuse of the building.
The successful consultant will have a strong understanding of the project and the Bralorne Pioneer Museum.
Skills and Experience must include:
A combination of education and experience in the field of heritage conservation with 10 years experience
Excellent understanding the the upper Bridge River Valley, its history and heritage, in particular the Bralorne Pioneer Museum
Demonstrated successful experience working with a team of professionals and community and non-profit participants
Please forward a detailed summary of the requested skills and experience along with expected rate of pay and overall availability by Friday, September 10 at 4 pm to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAJOIE LAKE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
A COMMITTEE OF THE BRIDGE RIVER VALLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The Lajoie Lake Residents Association (LLRA), a Committee of the Bridge River Valley Community Association (BRVCA), is seeking a qualified contractor to undertake the acquisition of permits from British Columbia government ministries to carry out an aeration project in Lajoie Lake.
RFP Bid Submission Opens: August 16, 2021 RFP Bid Submission Ends: September 3, 2021
Start date of the contract: September 20, 2021
BACKGROUND / HISTORY
Lajoie Lake is a part of the Bridge River and Gun Lake Watershed and is believed to be suffering from a lack of oxygen. Intermittent mechanical aeration of Lajoie Lake has been recommended for a span of five years. Air will be pumped into Lajoie Lake for approximately five weeks in the spring and five weeks in the autumn. Permits are required prior to commencement of aeration project activities.
PROPONENT ORGANIZATION / PROFILE / TECHNICAL SKILLS / EXPERIENCE
Please provide a signed Proposal or Quote including:
Proof of your qualifications and two references.
Must have a successful track-record and experience working with appropriate BC government environmental ministries and related agencies associated with the scope of this work.
A description of your agenda, timeline, and anticipated scope of work.
The fixed price you will charge for the work.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
Contractor proposals must be submitted via email to email@example.com Deadline for proposal submissions is 4:00 pm on September 3, 2021.
Please contact Norman Gladstone, Chair, Lajoie Lake Residents Association at firstname.lastname@example.org if further details are required in preparing your proposal submission.
The Haylmore Heritage Site is seeking a contractor or volunteer to assist with the restoration of the centre island at the Haylmore site. The project can also be completed by a contractor with sub contractors, or volunteers in a combined manner. Contractors that do not carry Worksafe or commercial liability will fall under that of BRVCA.
The centre island is approximately 30-foot-by-30-foot and tasks include:
- Levelling the top of the centre Island
- Clearing and preparing for establishing a lawn on top of the island
- Preparing a hole for a new flagpole – approximately 4’ deep and 16” diameter (maybe bigger?)
- Concrete work and installation of flagpole
- Seeding grass on top of the Island once the flagpole is in place
The project can be started once the ground is ready to work, but the timing of some tasks will depend on the coordination of the flagpole order and delivery.
This project is managed by the BRVCA Heritage Committee.
Please, contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in this project.
The Bralorne Pioneer Museum has applied for Young Canada Works for a summer position that extends 15 weeks at 30 hours/week.
The position will pay $15/hr or higher depending on experience. The Museum is in Bralorne BC which is 106 kms. west of Lillooet.
At this time, the funding for the position is yet to be confirmed.
To be eligible for Young Canada Works position:
-you need to be 16 – 30 yrs
-have been a full time high school, college, CEGEP or university student in the semester preceding the YCW work position
-intend to return to full-time studies in the semester following the YCW work assignment
-are willing to commit to the full duration of the YCW work assignment
-be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident, or have refugee status in Canada and be legally entitled to work in Canada
The Bralorne Pioneer Museum Society has three focus areas, in addition to museum and heritage site tours, that would add substantial value to the career path of a student in museum, heritage or historical studies, with an interest in arts, culture, and tourism.
These include digital preservation of historical photographs, documentation of collections and archival, and design and development of exhibitions.
The digital preservation of historic photographs involves digitizing up to ‘1,000 catalogued photographs of historical significance
leading to the design and development of a digital exhibition for the purpose of engaging and educating the public of the area’s rich history and heritage through online accessibility.
Documentation of collections and archival is an ongoing activity of any museum. The Bralorne Pioneer Museum Society currently has many uncatalogued historical photographs containing images of community life in Bralorne, Pioneer, Gold Bridge and Minto in the 1930’s to 1970’s including mining, ranching, forestry, tourism, and the development of the Bridge River Power Projects of the ‘l 950’s.
The student will support this process by scanning the historical images and storing the originals in archival housing. During the process, the student will work to design and develop an on-site structured exhibit for public engagement.
Therefore, the main objectives are to advance the digital preservation project, support ongoing documentation efforts, and empower new talent through creativity of exhibition design and development.
This experience will not only support the Bralorne Pioneer Museum Society in their efforts, but also advance the student’s studies and make the student more prominent to potential employers.
Please connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to provide your resume.
Canada Summer Jobs
To be eligible for the Canada Summer Jobs program:
- be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment (you do NOT need to be a student)
- be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment**; and,
- have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations
These positions are with the Bridge River Valley Community Association and are subject to funding at this time.
Tourism Recovery Assistant
This student will aid in tourism recovery and will be responsible for the weekly delivery of visitors’ surveys, as well as distribution of tourist information such as maps, bylaw information, directions and general information about accommodations and the area. The student will aid in the design and delivery of community surveys to be used as an important tool in gauging community values and attitudes to visitors and tourism in the Bridge River Valley. Good communication skills will ensure clear messaging of COVID-19 health and safety regulations as the student provides support for recovery and the careful return to special events and celebrations in a rural community, including summer arts and cultural camps for children and families. Other responsibilities include maintaining records of survey counts, ensuring the tourism facilities are clean and safe, and assisting as needed with tourism related activities.
15 weeks, 30 hours per week, wage $15/hr and up dependent on experience.
The student in this position will provide excellent customer service to local and visiting populations. Distribute tourist information such as maps, bylaw information, directions and general information about accommodations and the area. The student will help with heritage and geological interpretation, conduct energy and gold placer mine tours, and engage visitors with gold panning activities. The student will be required to research and interpret information about local heritage sites such as the Gold Bridge Cemetery, Haylmore Heritage Site, Bralorne Church, and the Bralorne Pioneer Museum to create a tour-like session of the historical and heritage attractions available to the public. Provide support to special events and virtual celebrations in a rural community, including Summerfest, Gold Bridge Days, and Canada Day. Other responsibilities include maintaining records of all activities on the site, ensuring the
facility is clean and safe, selling ice cream and other seasonal goodies, as well as liaising and working with local artisans on-site.
15 weeks, 30 hours per week, wage $15/hr and up dependent on experience.
Expression of Interest – Facilitator/Workplan Developer – Respect for the Bridge River Valley Program
The BRVCA Board of Directors is looking for a Facilitator and Workplan Developer. The BRVCA Directors approved in principle a Respect for the Bridge River Valley program. Link:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BEQTr_UhbF0-e2ox4C6oeXSNhadTdDe7/view?usp=sharing
The timeline is tight as we anticipate an influx of visitors similar to 2020 perhaps greater so we need to try and get some of the action items in place by the late spring. Deliverables include:
- Facilitate a stakeholder meeting (Online) (2 -3 hrs) to determine action items, partners for each action item, potential funding source and any suggestion as to costing
– Please note BRVCA staff will support sending invitations to the session, setting up online meeting etc.
– Objective is not to debate the need for these action items but rather to focus on the action
– Additional ideas may surface and can be added
- Put together a workplan in as much detail as possible which can be used for advocacy and funding applications. Deliverables include:
- Complete by February 24, 2021
Please provide an expression of interest with fee and any relevant details/background etc. as soon as possible to email@example.com
The Bralorne Pioneer Museum is seeking an experienced woodworker to restore/rebuild the Red Ore Car.
It has really deteriorated just in the last couple of years and we need to restore it before it completely collapses.
This can be a contract or volunteer position, either way it is going to be a labor of love.
The ore car can be removed to do this.
The Heritage will provide advice and direction from a Heritage standpoint to the project.
Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or PM us on Facebook.
The Bridge River Valley Community Association has several locations that will require snow clearing:
*Historic Bralorne Pioneer Mines Office Building*
This will involve some snow clearing where a quad/truck on the alley on the back side. is needed as well as shoveling stairs in heavy snow conditions.
The modified stairs (1/2) will require hand shoveling in snow conditions.
*Temporary Museum Location – Bralorne*
This will require mostly shovelling a path from road to door. If quad/truck is available plowing the berm away that IRL leaves.
This is mostly shovelling on an as needed basis (we will usually advise) to keep pathway to stair, stairs and side door clear. We don’t anticipate this due to events not being able to be held due to COVID19 but it may become possible.
Suitable for quad with plow, truck with plow or full equipment.
Please let us know if you are interested and what you would charge. Email email@example.com
Minor Painting Jobs
There are a variety of minor painting jobs that are suitable for someone who likes to paint.
They can be done by a volunteer (supplies paid) or a contract.
The current list include (but there are more):
-small washroom with new drywall
-outside door needs sanding and small amount of painting
-small wood sign needs sanding and repainting
-outdoor wooden walkway needs sanding and potentially repaint/stain
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.