February 2016

Job Posting from Hutton House

Hutton House has posted for the position of Finance Manager. Click here for details.  Applications should be submitted to jobs@huttonhouse.com, attention Sherri Clifford (Human Resources Generalist), or fax (519) 472-1051.

LMIEC Seeking Mentors and Mentees

The London Middlesex Immigrant Employment Council is looking for mentors and mentees for its mentorship program. Click here for details about the program. Click here for a list of the backgrounds of people looking for mentors.

Student 2 Business Conference Coming Soon

London's annual Student 2 Business Conference, where post-secondary graduates can network with many top employers, is scheduled for March 2 at the London Convention Centre. For details, including registration, click here.

New Job Posted by YOU

YOU has posted for a full-time Housing Stability Worker. The application deadline is March 9. Click here for details.

Truck & Coach Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program at Fanshawe

Fanshawe College's London Campus offers the Truck and Coach Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program starting in July.  This full-time, 38-week program is free to qualified applicants.  For more information, click here.

New Job Posted by ATN Access Inc.

ATN has posted for an Employment Specialist/Job Developer.  The application deadline is March 4.  Click here for details.

Job Postings from Regional HIV/AIDS Connection

RHAC is looking for a Harm Reduction Case Manager and a Harm Reduction Support Worker. Click here and here for details.

Mayor's Advisory Panel on Poverty Seeking Feedback

The Mayor's Advisory Panel on Poverty is seeking feedback to its recent draft recommendations. The Panel is holding a public conversation on Tuesday, February 23 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm at the Kiwanis Seniors Community Centre. Click here for more information. The list of draft recommendations is available here.

New Courses from Accessibility Ontario

Accessibility Ontario is offering the following courses:

How to Make Accessible Word Documents & PDF's

AODA Train-the-Trainer

Overview of Document Accessibility

How to Maker Accessible InDesign Documents and PDF's

Online AODA Training

For more information, click here.

Samer Abboud to Speak About Syria at King's

Samer Abboud, an associate professor of Historical and Political Studies at Arcadia University in Glenside, Pennsylvania, will present his new book, "Syria", on March 11 at noon at the Kenny Theatre at King's College.  The event is presented by the Political Science Students Association.  

OCASI Begins Campaign for Prevention of Xenophobia, Islamophobia and Racism

The Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants, marking the arrival of Syrian refugees in Canada, has started a campaign for the prevention of xenophobia, Islamophobia and racism.  Click here for details.

New Jobs Posted by the City of London

Here is a list of the most recent jobs posted by the City of London.  

Personal Support Worker

Registered Practical Nurse

Corporate Energy Management Engineer

Specialist I, Talent Development

Motor Vehicle Mechanic

The full list is available here.

Webinar Opportunity

The Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board and Literacy Link South Central invite you to attend an informative webinar about Your NEW Local Employment Planning Council.

As part of their work to modernize employment and training programs and services, the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) has launched 8 pilots for Local Employment Planning Councils (LEPCs).

The London Economic Region (Elgin, Middlesex, Oxford and the City of London) was selected for one of the pilots, and work on the LEPC has begun.

Please join us for a short webinar introducing our local LEPC, its goals and strategies, and how you can be involved!

Tuesday February 16 from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Rally to End Poverty

The Multi-Faith Social Action Coalition of London has scheduled a Rally To End Poverty for Monday, February 22 at 7:00 pm at Wolfe Performance Hall. Click here for details.

Find Your Future At Fanshawe College

Fanshawe College is offering a free day-long seminar on Tuesday, March 8 to help prospective students consider possible career options and learn about Fanshawe programs.  Click here for details.

Career Development Webinar

The BC Career Development Association and the Canadian Education & Research Institute for Counselling are offering a webinar about "Strengthening the Skills of Career Development Leaders".  The webinar will be offered from 12 to 1:00 pm on March 1, March 22, April 5 and April 19.  Click here for details.

2016 EmployerOne Survey Results

The Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board will present the results of the 2016 EmployerOne survey at the Sheraton Four Points on March 23 from 7:30 to 9:30 am.  Breakfast will be provided.  Click here for details.

Worktrends.ca Looking for Survey Respondents

Worktrends.ca is still looking for people to complete its survey about the site. Click here to complete the survey.

Help United Way London-Middlesex "Share the Love"

The "Share The Love" campaign for United Way London-Middlesex is ending soon.  To donate and help United Way reach its goal of raising $9.1 million, click here.

Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples

NoKee Kwe is offering "Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples", a seminar to help participants with financial literacy.  The seminar will be held in four parts on March 21, 23, 30 and 31 from 9:30 to 11:30 am.  Click here for details.

Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples

NoKee Kwe is offering "Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples", a seminar to help participants with financial literacy.  The seminar will be held in four parts on March 21, 23, 30 and 31 from 9:30 to 11:30 am.  Click here for details.

Community Vitality grants from LCF

The deadline for applying for Community Vitality grants from the London Community Foundation is March 15.  Click here for details.

"Do You See What I See?" Photovoice Project for Refugee and Immigrant Women

Barathi Sethi, a professor at the School of Social Work at King's University College, will present "Do You See What I See?", a community-based participatory research project that uses Photovoice, a visual arts-based research methodology, to examine employment and health for refugee and immigrant women. The presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, March 8 from 9:30 to 4:00 at King's.

Upcoming Events at the South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre

The South London Neighbourhood Resource Centre is holding a International Women's Day event on Saturday, March 5 from 6 to 10 pm.  Click here for details.

Job Opening at LEADS

LEADS Employment Services is hiring Employment Specialists and Employment Support Workers.  Click here for details.

City of London Job Openings

Here are some of the recent job openings posted by the City of London.

  • Specialist 1, Labour Relations & Intake Administrator
  • Student -- Municipal Law Enforcement
  • Student -- Development Planning
  • Student -- Development Engineering
  • Water and Wastewater Control Systems Coordinator

The full list is available here.

New Centre for Syrian Refugees at TVDSB

A special reception centre has been created to help Syrian refugee families access a full range of education services across the Thames Valley District School Board.  Click here for details.

Employment Help for Syrian Refugees from LMIEC

The London Middlesex Immigrant Employment Council (LMIEC) Job Match Network is working with its regional partners to find employment opportunities for newcomers, including Syrian refugees.  Click here for details.

Canada Revenue Agency Ends Political Activities Audit for Charities

The CRA has announced a winding down of the political activities audit program for charities.  Click here for details.

Bridges Out Of Poverty

The community workshop scheduled for February 25 has been moved to YFC, 254 Adelaide Street South.  Click here for details.

Programs at Pathways

New programs are starting soon at Pathways Skill Development, including Administrative & Clerical (February 22), Construction Technologies (March 7), Light Industrial (March 28) and Property Maintenance (February 15).  Click here for details.

Libro Career Fair


Libro is holding a career fair on February 23 at the London Convention Centre.  Click here for details.

Job with CCLC

The Cross Cultural Learner Center is hiring a Youth Recreation & Community Developer (until August 2017).  Click here and here for details.

Jobs with the Ministry of Transportation

The Ministry is hiring Engineering Trainees for the West Region Operations Office.  Click here for details.

Jobs with the City of London


These are some of the jobs recently posted by the City of London:

Plan Building Inspector

Financial Systems Analyst

Co-op Student – Roadway Lighting and Traffic Control (School Crossing Guard)

Client Service Representative

Supervisor I, Aquatics

Student – Field Survey

Co-op Student – Laboratory Technician

A full list is available at www.london.ca/mycareer.