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Posted Date 4 days ago(9/16/2021 2:10 PM)
Labourer Public Works - Waste Management3 Positions AvailableTemporary Part Time - 12 MonthsCUPE LOCAL 966- Public Works Under general supervision, performs a variety of manual duties and operates miscellaneous equipment in performing various Public Works functions Responsibilities:- Directs activities and customers to ensure vehicles and materials are dumped in an orderly and safe manner at Community Recycling Centres, Tranfer Stations and/or Compost Facilities- Maintains cleanliness and appearance of site and buildings- Loads and unloads supplies and equipment from trucks- Maintains and cleans heavy equipment- Provides prompt and efficient customer service- Performs winter maintenance including snow clearing and landscaping duties as required- Maintains a neat appearance and performs duties in a way that conveys a "positive image" of the Region of PeelQualifications:- Minimum Grade 12 education or equivalent with six (6) months job related experience- Able to operate and maintain a variety of manual and power equipment- Able to read, write, speak and understand English- Capable of accurately completing required forms and reports- Possess a Class “G” license in good standing- A valid "DZ" license in good standing would be considered an asset- Job testing may be required- Mechanical apptitude with willingness to work outside, hands on in all types of weather conditions and within compost facilityPlease note preference will be given to current members of the bargaining unit Location: 395 Chrysler Drive, Brampton ON. We have put measures in place to protect the health, safety and wellness of our employees. Hours of Work:Up to 30 hours per week; Saturday and Sunday 8:30am - 5:00pm and Friday and Monday 9:30am-5:00pmInterview:Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology. If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out.New employees who commence employment on or after October 1, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Region of Peel reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification. The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are not fully vaccinated, a documented medical reason provided by a physician or registered nurse and time period for the medical reason may be accepted.
System ID
2021-10952
Post Close Date
9/23/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 3 days ago(9/17/2021 8:00 AM)
SCADA SpecialistPublic Works – WastewaterContract Full-Time, Duration: Twenty Four (24) Months The Role…..Reporting to the Manager Automation and Controls of the Public Works Division the SCADA Specialist Automation and Controls, you will be responsible for SCADA expertise contributing towards the programming for automation of equipment controls and graphical design interface and implementation, reviewing of engineering design specifications and construction compliance with design and standards, development and enforcement of Regional (PAIDS) SCADA standards, Ministry of the Environment data change control/validation and reporting. What you will do:- Work closely with SCADA Project Managers providing technical assistance of defined projects in which you’ll be required to meet short and long term project schedules- SCADA implementation for Water/Wastewater/Energy/Security operations and capital works initiatives- Responsible for support of SCADA Services responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting of the SCADA systems hardware (including Server, industrial computers, desktop and Thin Client hardware) and software- Field experience diagnosing wiring and instrumentation issues, low voltage motor starters and VFD operations and troubleshooting, UPS functions/troubleshooting, BAS and HVAC industrial communications, field documentation and operations manuals and specifications- Resolves break/fix scenarios, working with broader teams as necessary and partners/leads vendors and regions to achieve continuous improvement. Provide planned and unplanned (after business hours on-call support) maintenance/troubleshooting of SCADA system hardware and software for all water/wastewater and landfill regional sites- Provide feedback identifying and suggesting mitigation strategies of security risks, data integrity risks and opportunities for implementation of current industry best practices- Coordinate, develop and participate in SCADA training plans and implementation for internal clients and Operations staff as required by projects or departmental initiatives- Provide technical support to other capital works project managers and operations staff.  Responsibilities will include, liaising with vendors and contractors to validate testing of software in conjunction with Regional standards- Thoroughly review test plans and participate in various factory and site acceptance testing (FAT and SAT).  You will contribute to the development of long-range SCADA planning and departmental project implementationWhat we require:- Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Computer Science Engineering or Technology Diploma in Computer Science and/or Process Automation (CET) or equivalent.- Minimum of four (4) years of related experience- Practical knowledge of Server hardware, desktop computers, thin clients, MS Windows Server OS, VMWare Esxi and MS Terminal Services and of security standards AWWA/NERC/DHS/CRRIRC- Polished communicator displaying through oral and written communication- Sound understanding of design and specifications of SCADA systems and process control equipment- Knowledge of municipal water and wastewater processes and equipment- Experienced in Allen-Bradley Ladder Logic Programming language, Ignition SCADA, Wonderware SCADA, InSQL, Active Factory, MySQL, MSSQL, OSI Pi- Familiarity of all relevant legislation related to municipal water/wastewater operations and health and safety- ‘G’ Class Driver’s License in good standingLocation: Due to Covid-19, most of our offices are currently closed to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once our offices re-open you will report to 2307 Lakeshore Rd W, Mississauga, ONHours: 35 hours per weekInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology. If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online. As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out.New employees who commence employment on or after October 1, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Region of Peel reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification. The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are not fully vaccinated, a documented medical reason provided by a physician or registered nurse and time period for the medical reason may be accepted.
System ID
2021-10951
Post Close Date
10/1/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 5 days ago(9/15/2021 12:48 PM)
Senior Security Analyst IT OperationsPermanent Full-TimePay Band: $82,885 - $103,604 per annum  Reporting to the IT Security Advisor, the Senior Security Analyst is responsible for introducing new security technology products into the environment and ensuring that the infrastructure is built to established quality standards in order to meet the functional needs of regional business.  This position provides expert knowledge for securing the production environment against unauthorized access and integrity violations of the production network, of the business applications and their associated databases, and of the data under the IT custodianship, in strict compliance with the enterprise and business security policies. The security technology includes firewalls, virtual private networks, endpoint protection discovery and response, intrusion prevention, cloud access security broker, Microsoft Active Directory and Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Office 365, as well as other associated components.  In this role you will:- Provide technical leadership, advice, and guidance to Security Analysts on new or complex technical solutions or problems. - Research and recommend new products or services to improve service delivery to their supervisor. - Provide expert advice in the selection of new security products or services. - Provide in-depth senior level technical knowledge (workaround, root cause analysis, and permanent resolution) to resolve complex problems in the security environment. These problems may include complexity in migration, interoperability (multiple support organizations, manufacturers or software), or have not been encountered before. - Participate in projects to research, evaluate, test and implement changes/enhancements to the security technology. - Review and approve technical documentation prepared by Security Analysts.- Perform quality assurance on new product builds by Security Analysts prior to deployment. - Analyze patches recommended by manufacturers and determine the severity of vulnerabilities and the stability of the patch prior to patch deployment. - Identify opportunities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Section and/or the Division Works as part of a multidisciplinary team, including other IT staff and departmental staff, contributing requirements and costs to IT project plans, operating plans, implementation plans, and ongoing support of IT services delivery.- Work in partnership with project teams to provide input on new service delivery offerings. - Maintain and upgrade skills in relation to new technologies - Perform all duties in accordance with IT standards and procedures. Qualifications: - University or college graduate in computer science or related discipline with minimum 5 years’ experience in a similar technology infrastructure environment or an equivalent combination of education and experience.- Expert knowledge of networking systems (DNS, Active Directory and Azure Active Directory), protocols, and standards such as Ethernet, LAN, WAN, VoIP, xDSL, TCP/IP, 802.1x and fibre optics. - Proficiency with security/authority systems in use at the Region of Peel (e.g. firewalls, virtual private networks, endpoint protection discovery and response, intrusion prevention, cloud access security broker, Microsoft Active Directory and Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Office 365), as well as other associated components. - Demonstrated knowledge of firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention system and protocols, penetration and vulnerability testing, advanced threat protection, mail & web filters, security information and event management, network protocols and packet analysis tools. - Progressive technical knowledge and knowledge of best practices in Information Technology service delivery such as SDLC, PMBOK, COBIT and ITIL. - Able to travel to various regional locations; and able to work evenings, weekends and holidays, on-call rotation and/or shift work. - Certification in PMBOK, COBIT and ITIL an asset Knowledge of following products like Check Point, Microsoft cloud security technologies and services, Cisco security technologies will be considered an asset Certification in Information Security (e.g. CISSP, CISM. GIAC) is a requirement for this positionIf this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line. Location: Due to Covid-19, some of our offices are working at limited capacity to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once working onsite, you will report to 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton.   We are committed to supporting community recovery from COVID-19. This plan will follow a phased approach that is guided by Public Health and Ontario's Framework for reopening. Get detailsHours: 8:30am-4:30pm; Monday-FridayInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. New employees who commence employment on or after October 1, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Region of Peel reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification.
System ID
2021-10947
Post Close Date
9/29/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 6 days ago(9/14/2021 9:00 AM)
Specialist, Early Years and Child Care Services1 (One) Contract Full-timeDuration: Up to Twenty-four (24) Months Human Services – Early Years and Child Care Services Reporting to an Advisor within Early Years and Child Care (EYCC) Services, a Specialist position is required to support Child Care System Planning. The Specialist will be responsible for providing policy and program development, as well as implementation and evaluation support for child care programs and initiatives to support Peel’s role as Service System Manager. Responsibilities:- Develops, implements and evaluates new and existing EYCC program policies/processes and accountability mechanisms to support evolving provincial and local direction, and enhanced service manager accountabilities/responsibilities- Conducts EYCC program research, analysis, evaluations to inform evidenced based policy development and decision making and ensure accountability for funds- Gathers and analyzes program outcomes and associated performance measures, as well as information, trends, issues, gaps and statistics for planning and reporting purposes. This includes the preparation of accountability mechanisms and outcome measures, complex and specialized documentation, reports and statistical analysis- Assists in the development of strategic outcomes, policy objectives, and accountability measures/key performance indicators for all funding programs under EYCC Funding and supports the ongoing integration of EYCC funds into technology systems- Assists in the preparation of plans that anticipate and respond to evolving provincial direction and Council, corporate and community priorities- Provides subject matter expertise on projects with internal and external partners, participate on working groups/committees and liaise with other service managers, community and provincial partners as required- Develops and /or contributes to Council Reports, and internal/community partner reports, communications, briefing notes, program guidelines and service provider resources to support system partners in implementing system transformation and delivering on shared priorities and outcomes- Develops and/or contributes to responses to proposed EYCC legislative, regulatory, guidelines, and policy changes as well as recommendations and analysis of local policy development in consultation with internal and external partners- Supports the service delivery requirements and complies with regulatory requirements as identified but not limited to the following acts; the Child Care and Early Years Act, the Early Childhood Educators Act, the Education Act, Child and Family Services Act, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and the Ministry of Community and Social Services Act- Develops communication materials for project and program roll-outs as well as regularly measures and monitors status- Collaborates with both internal and external partners to support transformation within the early years and child care system- Develops and maintains cooperative, collaborative and strategic relationships with internal and external partners Qualifications:- University Degree in human services or related field, such as social sciences, business/public administration, and early years and child care, with at least 5 years’ job related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience- Strong foundation in research and data analysis, program planning and evaluation, policy development and implementation, and strategic and project planning- Knowledge of performance measurement to ensure evaluation and continuous improvement is built into the implementation framework. Experience directly applying quality control and assurance best practices such as Six Sigma, LEAN, SWOT analysis, process mapping, process re-engineering is an asset- Knowledge of Project Management Principles and Practices, with the ability to execute complex and multi-year policies and plans- Highly-developed communication skills, both oral and written; proven ability to present to and facilitate discussions with various audiences both internal and external- Knowledge of Early Years and Child Care funding programs, as well as related provincial legislation and policies would be an asset- Demonstrates sound judgment and political acuity in communications and recommendations- Experience in applying change management principles and methodologies and the ability to lead as well as manage and support change- Effective interpersonal and relationship building skills to work collaboratively with internal and external partners/stakeholders- Ability to lead, manage, influence and motivate internal and external stakeholders and teams- Ability to work independently and as part of internal and external teams- Proven ability to problem solve and resolve conflict responding with tact and diplomacy- Ability to manage time and priorities within a context of multiple competing priorities- Knowledge of technology and software systems used to support the delivery of Human Services programs and services such as all Microsoft Office programs- Demonstrated experience working in partnership with community partners- Strong knowledge of community resources/services available to residents of Peel Region Location: Due to Covid-19, some of our offices are working at limited capacity to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once working onsite, you will report to 10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite B, Brampton.We are committed to supporting community recovery from COVID-19. This plan will follow a phased approach that is guided by Public Health and Ontario's Framework for reopening. Get detailsHours: 8:30am-4:30pm; Monday-FridayInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. New employees who commence employment on or after October 1, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Region of Peel reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification. The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are not fully vaccinated, a documented medical reason provided by a physician or registered nurse and time period for the medical reason may be accepted.
System ID
2021-10942
Post Close Date
9/28/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 7 days ago(9/13/2021 1:38 PM)
Regional SolicitorCorporate Services, Legal Services, Permanent full-time positionThe Region of Peel is the second-largest Ontario municipality and has undergone a major transformation during the past few decades as a dynamic, urban community with a vibrant economic base. Planning for and supporting the changing and aging demographic of our community to thrive over the next 25 years will be an immense task and opportunity. Our goal is to build a Community for Life that ensures our “future Peel” is a healthy, safe, and connected community, based on the cornerstones of collaboration, innovation, and environmental sustainability.We are looking for a Regional Solicitor to provide strategic leadership, direction, and legal advice to support the organization in the delivery of our strategic plan and outcomes.   Reporting to the CFO and Commissioner of Corporate Services, the successful candidate will provide professional consultation and legal advice to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Executive Leadership Team (ELT), Regional Council, and the Legal Services team.  The Regional Solicitor will provide leadership to the Legal Services team ensuring the delivery of quality legal advice to all Region of Peel departments and adherence to all Region of Peel policies and procedures. The Regional Solicitor will also provide strategic oversight and leadership to the Procurement team.  Are you an inspirational leader who promotes a culture of inclusion, high performance, and collaboration and is committed to developing relationships and partnerships to support the delivery of value to our residents and community?Are you passionate about what you do and looking to make a positive impact?Are you customer focused with the ability to respond and adapt to the evolving needs of business and the community? Are you results-focused and committed to building strategic relationships across all departments, with the Region’s Executive Leadership Team and Regional Council to deliver legal and procurement services aligned to meet the Region’s strategic outcomes?If yes, this opportunity may be for you!The role…Reporting to the CFO and Commissioner, Corporate Services and with the authority to report to the Chief Administrative Officer and to Regional Council on legal matters the Regional Solicitor will be a critical member of the Corporate Services Leadership Team (CSLT) and will ensure that legal and procurement services are strategically aligned with the overall strategic outcomes of the organization and meets the needs of the Region.  The Regional Solicitor provides strategic legal advice on major legal matters including direct service provision predominantly to Council and Senior Staff and external service provision to the Police Services Board and Peel Housing Corporation.  In addition, the Regional Solicitor will provide oversight to the Procurement team, which is responsible for the centralized purchasing function for all Regional departments, Peel Regional Police and Peel Housing Corporation.  You will be accountable for...- Providing advice and briefings the Regional Chair, Chief Administration Officer (CAO), Executive Leadership Team (ELT), and Regional Council to proactively protect the Region’s interests and manage exposure to legal risks.- Leading and developing high performing legal and procurement teams through timely feedback, ongoing coaching, and mentorship.- Providing support and expertise to the Procurement team with the coordination, development and implementation of strategic programs, projects, and services. - Leading specific large and complex legal cases and participate in select special projects or initiatives as the key legal expert for the Region of Peel. Negotiate on behalf of the Region, with external agencies, private sector and municipal partners, provincial and federal governments, and agencies.- Developing, implementing, and managing the execution of the annual legal services team and procurement team workplans to ensure efforts are focused on key areas to meet the organizations needs.- Building strong relationships with Regional Councillors, Provincial and Federal government bodies, and the Peel community in conjunction with the conduct of the Regional Corporation’s legal affairs.You will have...- Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience providing a broad range of legal services with advisory responsibility related to specialized portfolio assignments on complex legal matters, in a senior management or executive role, preferably in a municipal setting. - Successful completion of a University degree in law (L.L.B.) or a Juris Doctor degree.- Called to the Bar in Ontario with membership in good standing as a lawyer in the Law Society of Upper Canada.- Minimum 8 years’ progressive change and people leadership experience with a proven ability to mentor, coach, engage, motivate, and influence diverse team.- Knowledge in procurement, contractual law, Sales of Goods Act, federal and provincial taxes and other procedures and practices applicable to the procurement function.- Demonstrated knowledge of a broad range of regulations, guidelines, procedures, standards, and legislation with a thorough understanding of Regional governmental structure. Must be aware of multiple Acts, Regulations, Laws and Agreements to be proactive and bring findings or changes to the attention of others. Key items include Municipal Act, Freedom of Information Act, data privacy laws, Human Resources and employment laws, IT compliance requirements, and audits.- Proven analytical and decision-making skills and a demonstrated ability to exercise appropriate judgement and discretion in dealing with privileged or controversial matters.- Commitment to strengthening organizational capacity, championing leadership development, and creating a work environment that supports staff in building competencies.- Strong knowledge of government roles, structures, policies and procedures, statutes, and regulations as well as an awareness of the political environment in which the Region of Peel operates.- Ability to apply risk assessment lens in a major public or private organization including several years of direct senior managerial experience that includes program, financial, budget administration and human resource management.- Exceptional interpersonal, collaboration, relationship building, consulting, negotiation, conflict resolution skills and political and business acumen to identify and respond appropriately to varying situations.- Proven senior level negotiation and conflict resolution skills.- Superior communications skills both verbal and written including a proven ability to develop and deliver strong and effective presentations to staff, Council and other stakeholders in plain language and format for a variety of audiences.- Political awareness, advocacy, tact, and diplomacy skills.- Demonstrated media experience and able to represent Council and the Corporation with confidence.- Highly developed critical and strategic thinking, problem solving and judgement skills.- Ability to synthesize, analyzes and clarifies complex ideas and material, and formulates them into clear, plain language and format for a variety of audiences.  If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line by end of day September 29, 2021.  Location: Due to Covid-19, some of our offices are working at limited capacity to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients, and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once working on-site, you will report to 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton, Ontario.We are committed to supporting community recovery from COVID-19. This plan will follow a phased approach that is guided by Public Health and Ontario's Framework for reopening. Get detailsHours: Regular full-time - 35 hours/week. Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g., masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. New employees who commence employment on or after October 1, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Region of Peel reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification. The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are not fully vaccinated, a documented medical reason provided by a physician or registered nurse and time period for the medical reason may be accepted.  
System ID
2021-10941
Post Close Date
9/29/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 4 days ago(9/16/2021 3:51 PM)
Mechanic - 3 positionsPublic Works – Operations SupportContract Full-Time - Six (6) MonthsCUPE Local 966 Reporting to the Foreperson Fleet Services you will perform repairs and maintenance of Regional cars, dump trucks, snow clearing and construction equipment, and small engines and ambulances. Responsibilities:- Plan and schedule duties according to work priorities and requirements as directed- Diagnose and repair vehicles and equipment- Perform scheduled preventative maintenance and annual safety inspections as required- Ensure work is performed safely, efficiently within the time allotted and in accordance with legislated standards- Install and repair specialized vehicle accessories and safety equipment- Order and receive replacement or repair parts as directed and keep stock area in neat and tidy condition- Supply and use own hand tools to carry out maintenance and repair duties- Accurately complete forms, reports and input/retrieve information into Fleet Management System- Execute duties in a tactful manner and maintain a neat appearance to portray a positive image of the Region of Peel- Will be required to perform emergency roadside repairs- Attend training courses as requiredQualifications:- Must hold a current Province of Ontario Motor Vehicle License 310T and 310S preferably with Propane Fuel Tech (P) via TSSA- Must hold Ontario Vehicle Operator’s Permit Class “G” in good standing- Minimum grade 12 education or equivalent- Must be able to read, write and understand English- Must be able to complete various work forms and prepare simple written reports- Experience, preferably in Fleet Maintenance environment dealing with a variety of light and heavy vehicles and up to date on automotive electronics- Experience with diagnostic equipment, ie: scanners, digital meters, tire balancers, brake lathes, and AC filling and testing equipment Preference will be given to qualified applicants who are currently in the bargaining unit Location: Two (2) positions at 2 Copper Road, Brampton, ON and One (1) position at Victoria Yard, Caledon, ON.  We’ve put measures in place to protect the health, safety and wellness of our employees.Hours of Work: 9:00am - 6:00pmInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  New employees who commence employment on or after October 1, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Region of Peel reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification.  The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are not fully vaccinated, a documented medical reason provided by a physician or registered nurse and time period for the medical reason may be accepted. As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online.
System ID
2021-10940
Post Close Date
9/23/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/8/2021 1:26 PM)
Local System SupportContract Full-time- up to 18 monthsHuman Services- Integrated Business SupportsCUPE Local 966  Role: This position provides provides technical support and user administration to Provincial and local applications. Major Responsibilities:- Prioritizing workload to ensure job responsibilities are completed in a prompt and accurate manner- Communicating with Regional and Provincial contacts to maintain system integrity- Acts as liaison for Ontario Works program delivery staff with Provincial contacts- Investigates problems with local applications to identify issues and appropriate course of action- Referral to external resources may be necessary - Informs staff of local application related problems- Maintains and co-ordinates user access rights to Provincial and local applications- Maintains, through tracking software, details of issues and outcomes Qualifications:- Completion of a college diploma in an information systems program- A minimum of two years’ experience in a related field- Thorough knowledge of Microsoft applications including Windows, Excel, Word and Access- Time management and organizational skills to prioritize workload, ensuring job responsibilities are completed in a prompt and accurate manner- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to provide user support and liaise with appropriate contacts- Analytical and problem-solving skills to determine appropriate course of action and solutions to system related issuesPreference will be given to qualified applicants who are currently in the bargaining unit. This position is a bargaining unit position represented by CUPE Local 966.  Continuous employment is not guaranteed and may be subject to layoffs as outlined in the Collective Agreement Article 15. Location: Due to Covid-19, some of our offices are working at limited capacity to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once working onsite, you will report to 7120 Hurontario Street, Mississauga. We are committed to supporting community recovery from COVID-19. This plan will follow a phased approach that is guided by Public Health and Ontario's Framework for reopening. Get detailsHours: 8:30am-4:30pm; Monday-FridayInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line.
System ID
2021-10925
Post Close Date
9/21/2021 11:55 PM
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/3/2021 11:27 AM)
Care. Compassion. Love. Respect.Pretty much sums up the needs of those who live and work in our long-term care centres. Our Long Term Care Services Plan will guide our work over the next 4 years and plays a key role in the Region of Peel’s vision of Community for Life. Are  you looking to deliver integrated, person-centred care in an engaged workplace?  Come join our family as a Registered Practical Nurse and make a positive difference in people’s lives!  We are looking for candidates for future opportunities who are available and willing to take on a variety of shifts throughout the week and every other weekend Registered Practical Nurse As a participating member of the multidisciplinary health care team you will assess the health needs of residents and provide quality, resident-centered care.   Responsibilities:- Provides nursing care in accordance with the College of Nurses of Ontario’s Standards of Practice, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Standards, Regional Values, policies and procedures, and best practice guidelines- Provides leadership to the Personal Care Attendants on his/her team- Assesses residents and develops, implements and evaluates care plans of less complex residents- Consults with the Registered Nurse on the management of residents with complex care needs- Respects and promotes customer service to ensure the comfort, safety and dignity of all residents- Administers and records medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician- Responsible for the safekeeping of drugs and narcotic keys- Observes, assesses, evaluates, records, and reports pertinent information regarding the resident’s condition to physician, DOC and/or Designate- Completes residents’ incident reports, identifies, analyzes and implements corrective actions in consultation with the Registered Nurse- Provides supervision and assistance in the dining room to ensure that all residents receive the appropriate diet and experience a quality dining service- Provides personal care as assignedand advocates on behalf of the residents- Responsible for ensuring prompt response to call bells and alarm systems- Maintains good relationships with the residents, staff, volunteers and visitors- Attends in-service education sessions, staff meetings, workshops, etc. as directed by the Director of Care and/or Designate - Assists in the orientation of new nursing staff as directed- Participates in relevant aspects of the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program to evaluate and improve client servicesQualifications:- Current certificate of competence as a Registered Practical Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario- If graduation was prior to 1985 must have successfully completed an approved medication administration course for the R.P.N. - Experience in long-term care is preferred- Must have effective oral and written communication skills and a good understanding of customer service concepts- Must be able to communicate appropriately with residents, staff, visitors, volunteers and medical professionals- Proficiency in basic computer skills is a requirement- Must be physically able to perform all delegated dutiesOur recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology. Location: To be determined - Peel Manor, Tall Pines, Malton Village, Sheridan Villa (CUPE 966) Vera Davis (UFCW)Hours of work: No guarantee of hours. Various shifts, including days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays Compensation: As per the Collective AgreementPlease note: Successful candidates hired to work within any of The Region of Peel’s Long Term Care Homes are required to provide the following information prior to hire - Costs for these tests are the candidates responsibility- Vulnerable Sector Police Check- TB Skin Testing- COVID-19 Testing  If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online  
System ID
2021-10921
Post Close Date
9/30/2021 11:55 PM
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/1/2021 4:58 PM)
Care. Compassion. Love. Respect. Pretty much sums up the needs of those who live and work in our long-term care centres. Our Long Term Care Services Plan will guide our work over the next 4 years and plays a key role in the Region of Peel’s vision of Community for Life. We are looking for an exceptional Cook that brings passion and care to the work they do. What drives us?  Providing excellent customer service to our residents and families - it’s in the heart of what we do! We have the unique ability to touch and make a positive difference in people's lives. If you thrive on a career built on rewarding experiences this may be the opportunity for you. What's an Absolute Requirement? Availability - We have a variety of different work shifts that are appealing to those looking for part-time work or balancing between another part-time job  CookHealth Services – Long Term Care What you'll be doing:- Prepare, cook and/or plan menu items as per posted menu and food production schedules- Directs Dietary Aides in the absence of the supervisor- Assists in the purchasing, receiving and storage of food and supplies and maintains food records as required- Understands basic nutrition, special diets and food safety- Follows Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) principles- Reports Health and Safety hazards- Maintains good relationships with the residents, staff, volunteers and visitorsWhat we're looking for:- High school diploma or equivalent- Graduate of a recognized cooking program from an accredited college or trade school- Red Seal (Cook 2) Certificate of Qualification provided by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities as outlined in The Apprenticeship and Certification Act would be considered an asset- Must be willing to complete the Food Safety Certification course, as offered by the Public Health Division- Minimum two (2) years’ experience in quantity/batch cooking as well as fine plating presentation in an institutional or commercial kitchen- Must have effective oral and written communication skills - Must be able to communicate appropriately with residents, staff, volunteers and visitors- Must be able to direct staff in the absence of the Dietary Services Supervisor- Must be able to participate in the preparation and implementation of a cyclical menu- Working knowledge of computers applications such as MS Office is required- Must be physically able to perform all delegated dutiesLocation: To Be Determined - Malton Village, Sheridan Villa, Peel Manor, Tall Pines (CUPE 966) and Vera Davis (UFCW) Hours of Work: Various shifts including days, evenings, weekends and holidaysCompensation: As per collective agreement  If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please apply online.Please note: Successful candidates hired to work within any of The Region of Peel’s Long Term Care Homes are required to provide the following information prior to hire:- Vulnerable Sector Police Check- TB Skin Testing- COVID19 testing It is the responsibility of the successful candidate to pay for any associated costs of the above noted checks
System ID
2021-10920
Post Close Date
9/30/2021 11:56 PM
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(8/24/2021 4:37 PM)
Advisor, Early Years SystemEarly Years & Child Care Services-Human Services   Contract Duration: 24 Months  Are you looking for an opportunity to make a positive difference in the early years and child care community in Peel? Are you a systems thinker? Do you feel passionate about improving outcomes for families? Do you have a background in Early Years & Child Care? We require an innovative advisor who can think strategically to achieve desired outcomes on a systems & operational level. The Role: The Advisor, Early Year System supports the Child Care Subsidy program. The Child Care Subsidy program assists low-income families to pay for licensed childcare for children aged 0-12. The Advisor is responsible to consider legislative requirements and local Service System Manager discretion to put forward program and procedure recommendations that are responsive to local needs. The Advisor uses strategic thinking, critical analysis, problem solving and data analyticskills to provide systems and operational level advice and guidance to the Early Years and Child Care Services Division and programs. The Advisor will devise strategies and implement recommendations that will ensure the successful implementation of Child Care and Early Years programs.  What you will do:- Supports the operations and delivery of the Child Care Subsidy program and is responsible for creating and implementing program and procedural recommendations to improve the delivery of services and the client/service provider experience- Supports strategic oversight of the $150M+ budget for numerous Early Years and Child Care (EYCC) funding programs and system accountabilities- Collaborates with local and provincial partners and leads service system manager responsibilities to help ensure provincial and local priorities are being met- Supports the ability to make evidence-informed decisions that are aligned with evolving EYCC system priorities- Ensures the development and updating of existing EYCC policies and procedures and accountability frameworks as they relate to SSM responsibilities in alignment with changing provincial and local direction, EYCCS service outcomes, service plan and priorities - Provides strategic policy, analytical, evaluation, data gathering and planning support and establishes metrics and business intelligence mechanisms to support service system manager responsibilities as they relate to assessing the economic viability of Peel’s EYCC system and the impact of public funding- Informs ongoing policy development and system level analysis to ensure funding is being used to maximize system outcomes, meet evolving local need and align with provincial and local direction- Provides guidance, expertise, analysis and advice to support service system management responsibilities and accountabilities within a period of rapid system change- Oversees a team of staff responsible for supporting oversight of Peel’s EYCC system by moving forward ongoing system change through various initiatives and projects- Develops new policy approaches for Peel’s EYCC system with the ability to identify and assess implications as they relate to different service delivery models and policies and their corresponding impacts on system partners and families- Responsible for staying current on rapidly evolving provincial direction to identify the need for new local policies and updating of existing policies and accountability frameworks as they relate to broadened service system manager responsibilities/accountabilities. This involves regular communication with provincial and local partners, internal colleagues with shared service system manager responsibilities, undertaking research, analysis and being able to quickly interpret new policies/legislation - Staffing responsibilities include a variety of activities such as hiring, coaching, motivating, developing job objectives, managing performance, assigning and delegating work and ensuring quality and service standards are met; develops and empowers staff by providing regular feedback, strategic direction and ensuring involvement in key decision-making processes where appropriateWhat we require: - Post-secondary education in Human Services or related field with at least five (5) years of related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience- Proven leadership skills in order to guide, mentor and support staff along with the ability to manage through a changing environment and culture- Demonstrated knowledge of project management concepts and techniques and the ability to plan, organize and manage multiple projects- Lean Six Sigma certification is considered a strong asset for this role- Superior report writing, presentation and facilitation skills for a wide array of audiences, including departmental senior leadership and system partners - Specialization in development and implementation of transformational policies and service delivery models - Strong knowledge and understanding of EYCC system including evolving provincial policies and legislative/regulatory changes - Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills to support evolving service system manager responsibilities with a focus on assessing overall viability of Peel's EYCC system and impact of public funding - Demonstrated ability to assess and interpret policies and relevant legislation/regulations - Senior level policy analysis, research, evaluation, data gathering and planning skills - Strong financial acumen at a systems and operational level - Superior advisory skills to support strategic oversight of numerous EYCC programs and ensuring system outcomes are met and risks managed - Strong system level strategic and innovative thinking - Skilled in developing community engagement strategies and processes to ensure stakeholders are engaged and issues and relationships are managed Location: Due to Covid-19, some of our offices are working at limited capacity to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once working onsite, you will report to 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton, ON.We are committed to supporting community recovery from COVID-19. This plan will follow a phased approach that is guided by Public Health and Ontario's Framework for reopening. Get detailsHours: 35 Hours per week; Monday-FridayInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  If this position matches your qualifications and interest, please apply directly online. As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out.
System ID
2021-10895
Post Close Date
9/27/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 7 days ago(9/13/2021 4:50 PM)
Business Intelligence Analyst One (1) Regular Full-timeHuman Services – Strategic Initiatives Reporting to the Manager, Research and Business Intelligence you play an integral role in the business requirements gathering and BI project execution stages of the various strategic initiatives projects. You will be responsible for research, interpreting and analyzing information in order to provide recommendations for improvements to projects, processes, or performance management tools, frameworks, and methodologies. Responsibilities:- Evaluate, analyze and identify issues regarding current thinking, technologies, business practices, and programs as it related to Human Services (HS) programs - Process Analysis (understand how current processes work and define the problem)- Develop BI recommendations for process changes and improvements- Conduct Gap Analysis (compare current state versus future state) - Analyze information and provides recommendations to support HS improvements- Determine user requirements and develops a customized solution utilizing advanced BI methodologies- Develop designs for the business tools and processes required in HS- Develop/update processes and methodologies such as the Project Management Methodology for use by the organization- Prepare complex correspondence, reports, letters and other documents as required- Respond to information requests on behalf of the team - Facilitate focus groups and other sessions as required- May assist the manager or project managers by providing advice, training and/or guidance to staff- Promote and model the Regional Values and principles of the Common Purpose- Build relationships with internal and external stakeholders Qualifications:- College diploma or university degree, with a focus on computer science, statistics, research, business and/or equivalent experience- A minimum of three years work experience in research and BI, Power BI, SQL, Phyton/R- Well developed analytical, problem solving, research and data analysis skills- Familiarity with public sector issues and challenges - Understanding of Business Analysis industry best practices and applications- Experience with requirements gathering and documentation - Familiarity with business case development- Knowledge of project management principles, practices, techniques, and tools - Knowledge of Organizational Change Management principles- Written skills to prepare reports and information papers for a variety of audiences and verbal skills to exchange and provide information as necessary- Ability to provide specialized guidance and advice for the achievement of department’s goals and objectives- Experience with process analysis and documentation, tools and techniques - Strong communication, negotiation, consultation, facilitation and conflict resolution skills- Interpersonal skills for effective liaison with other staff, divisions, departments, and the public - Effective time management skills, ability to work independently with minimal direction and the ability to meet strict deadlines- Proficiency in all MS Office applications (Visio, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)- Committed customer service focus- Demonstrated critical thinking skills  Location: Due to Covid-19, some of our offices are working at limited capacity to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period. Once working onsite, you will report to 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton.We are committed to supporting community recovery from COVID-19. This plan will follow a phased approach that is guided by Public Health and Ontario's Framework for reopening. Get detailsHours: 35 Hours; Monday-FridayInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. New employees who commence employment on or after October 1, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Region of Peel reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification. The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are not fully vaccinated, a documented medical reason provided by a physician or registered nurse and time period for the medical reason may be accepted.
System ID
2021-10810
Post Close Date
9/28/2021 11:59 PM
Posted Date 7 months ago(3/1/2021 11:56 PM)
The Region of Peel is looking for qualified Registered Nurses, New Grad's are Welcome!  Care. Compassion. Love. Respect.  Pretty much sums up the needs of those who live and work in our long-term care centres. Our Long Term Care Services Plan will guide our work over the next 4 years and plays a key role in the Region of Peel’s vision of Community for Life. What drives us?  Providing excellent customer service to our residents and families - it’s in the heart of what we do! Are  you looking to deliver integrated, person-centred care in an engaged workplace?  Are you CNO Certified and bring passion and care to the work you do?  Come join our family as Registered Nurse and make a positive difference in people’s lives!  What's an Absolute Requirement?  Availability!  We are looking for candidates who are available and willing to take on a variety of shifts   Registered Nurse Health Services – Long Term CareReporting to the Director of Care (or designate) you will provide nursing care in accordance with the College of Nurses Standards of Practice, administrative policies and procedures of the centre, and other applicable legislation. Responsibilities:- Apply the Nursing Process in the provision of individualized care to residents- Responsible for the completion and updating, as required, of the Resident Plan of Care with input from the multidisciplinary team as required- Communicate pertinent resident information to members of the nursing team and documents nursing care provided for each resident- Responsible for the administration of medications and treatment as prescribed by the physician and in accordance with the College of Nurses of Ontario- Responsible for the safekeeping of drug and narcotic keys- Confer with physician on issues regarding residents’ health and carries out physician’s orders with follow-up documentation, as required- Function effectively as a team member and leader in co-coordinating nursing assignment according to priorities established on her/his shift- Communicate effectively and liaises with residents, families, visitors, Director of Care and other members of the multidisciplinary team- Provide supervision and assistance in the dining room to ensure that all residents receive the appropriate diet and experience quality dining service- Responsible for ensuring prompt response to nurse call and alarm systems- Provide leadership, oversee and evaluate nursing care provided by nursing personnel on his/her team in accordance with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care standards and policies and procedures- Participate in the evaluation of staff members on the unit, as part of a team process- Complete and analyze resident incident/accident reports, and implement corrective action as appropriate- Maintain a safe working environment by adhering to proper procedures and prompt reporting of unsafe conditions- Complete staff incident/accident reports and forwards to DOC and/or designate- Provide health teaching to residents and family and acts as an advocate- Maintain good relationships with the residents, staff, volunteers and visitors- Attend in-service education sessions, staff meetings, workshops, etc., as directed by the DOC to maintain competency in long-term care- Assist in the orientation of new nursing staff as required- Participate in relevant aspects of the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program to evaluate and improve client services- Monitor CQI indicators and reports on a monthly basis to the DOC- Participate in committees as required- Present and assists in developing approved in-service education programs within the centre- Co-ordinate and attend resident care conferences- Monitor and control the usage of medical and personal care supplies- Report health and safety hazards, actively participates in eliminating causes of accidents, and performs emergency and occupational health and safety measures as required (WHMIS, Infection Control, Fire)- Perform other delegated duties as assigned Qualifications:- Current certificate of competence as a Registered Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario- Certificate in Gerontology is an asset- Experience in geriatric or long-term care, rehabilitation, medical/surgical, and psychiatric nursing is preferred- Strong leadership, interpersonal and teamwork abilities- Must have effective oral and written communication skills- Must be able to communicate appropriately with residents, staff, professionals, visitors and volunteers- Must be able to work independently and within a team structure- Proficiency in basic computer skills is a requirement- Must be physically able to perform all delegated dutiesInterview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  Compensation: As per the Collective Agreement (ONA)Location: Tall Pines, Peel Manor, Sheridan Villa, Vera Davis and/or Malton VillageHours of work: Regular Part time opportunities - Various shifts, including days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please apply online  Please note: Successful candidates hired to work within any of The Region of Peel’s Long Term Care Homes are required to provide the following information prior to hire: Vulnerable Sector Police CheckTB Skin TestingCOVID-19 Testing It is the responsibility of the successful candidate to pay for any associated costs of the above noted checks  
System ID
2021-10516
Post Close Date
10/31/2021 11:56 PM