Category: Job Opportunities

Painting Job

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 worktodo@bridgerivervalley.ca if you are interested.

Cleaning Opportunity

Cleaning Opportunity – Museum and Church – Expressions of Interest    

Interested parties can submit and email outlining experience and hourly rate.  Please submit by Friday, June 26. Send us an email at worktodo@bridgerivervalley.ca if you are interested.

Also indicated is whether they have Worksafe coverage in which case this can be a contract, if they do not have Worksafe coverage they will need to be an employee of BRVCA.

Church– The first clean will need a  thorough dusting/vacuuming in the Church itself with washing of inside windows carefully as per Heritage Guidelines laid out in the Bralorne Church Operational Plan.

-Thorough cleaning of the downstairs, it will likely be pretty “construction” dusty. This was also need to be done to a COVID standard at this time.

-Thereafter once/month – end of July /end of Aug /end of Sept. unless there are  bookings at which point  it will be COVID strength of 
cleaning for floors/washroom/counters in the downstairs but Church remains same as per Heritage Guidelines.

Museum – Window Washing

Wash the 3767 Lillooet Pioneer Rd. (Musseum) windows inside and out.

Wash Window Frames inside and out.

Wash Door Windows Inside and Out.

Museum – Monthly Cleaning June – October

Clean floors, washrooms, work areas to COVID standard (disinfect) (list to be supplied)

Clean exhibit areas using Heritage Guidelines (to be supplied).

Carpenter Job

Looking for a carpenter to do a small job at Gun Lake, approx 2-3 days of framing work.

Contact Ed Nightingale at enight@telus.net

Lajoie Lake Watershed Project Research Assistant

Lajoie Lake Watershed Project Research Assistant – Partnership between LaJoie Lake Residents and the Bridge River Valley Community Association

This job will appeal to students with academic studies related to Master of Science, Environmental Sciences, Fish, Wildlife and Recreation, Environmental Engineering. This position will directly focus on research and interpretation of environmental data collected from watersheds within the Lajoie Lake area.

Tasks and Responsibilities

* Review historical data collections and related information.

* Analyze research data, interpret results, and coordinate study activities.

* Conduct interviews of area residents and government officials regarding historical changes to Lajoie Lake.

* Collect water chemistry, phytoplankton and zooplankton depth stratified samples from the lake and major inlet and outlets at two-week intervals from ice-off to late August.

* Communicate with stakeholders and project collaborators.

* Review human activities in the watershed over the past century (logging, mining, road construction and residential development) and determine if/how these activities may relate to perceived changes in water quality (i.e. identify stressors).

* Develop a restoration plan in the form of a Master of Science report to BC Institute of Technology and Simon Fraser University.

The start for this position is preferably in May, however a later start time can be considered as long you work 8 weeks before the end of August.

The position is 30 hours per week and some weekend/weekend day work part of the position.

Hourly rate will be well above minimum wage and will depend on skills and experience.

To be eligible, youth must:

  •  be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment*;
  •  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.

*The youth must be 15 years of age at the beginning of the employment period. The youth may be more than 30 years of age at the end of the employment period as long as the youth was 30 at the beginning of the employment period.

Please contact worktodo@bridgerivervalley.ca for more details or to submit your resume.

Expression of Interest – Accountant

Expression of Interest  – Accountant for two year period 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 Fiscal Years:

Bridge River Valley Community Association is seeking to retain an accountant;

– to prepare Notice to Reader financial statements (and periodically  Review Engagement level) for a incorporated Non-profit society that  has a decentralized, umbrella type operating structure

-provides consulting assistance to our Board Treasurer and Financial  Administrator on proper use of Quick Books

-works with Board Treasurer and Financial Administrator to prepare financial statements which  reflect the operating Structure in a way that follows Accounting  Principles but that also communicates with membership in an  understandable (and therefore transparent) way

-undertakes adjusting  entries in Quickbooks Non Profits -assist in reviewing financial policies and practices

Please provide us estimates of cost to prepare financial statements and also hourly consulting rate.  We can provide trial balance type information.

Please contact us at info@bridgerivervalley.ca