You are here:Home > LIST OF EXHIBITORS > Whitehorse Job Fair - July 30th, 2019
WHITEHORSE JOB FAIR
LIST OF EXHIBITORS
Tuesday, July 30th, 2019. From 1pm - 3pm.
Westmark Hotel. 201 Wood St, Whitehorse, YT. Y1A 2E4.
The List of Exhibitors will be updated on daily basis until the day of the Job Fair. Check this page regular for any updates.

MDMM MDDM MDDM



Northern Window & Door Mfg. is currently seeking full time positions for lead window and door installers as well as factory positions. Installation candidates should possess carpentry skills, and experience in this field. Candidates should show leadership, organizational skills, be polite, courteous and be able to work as a team. Knowledge of power and hand tools, ladders and scaffolding is required. Company offers a competitive rate based on experience. Eligibilty for benefits after 3 month probationary period. Everything we manufacture in our Hardisty Street plant is made to each customer's specifications; we don't just manufacture stock sizes. We manufacture our windows complete from raw stock to finished product. Meet us to know more about the Jobs at the Westmark Hotel from 1-3 PM ! See you at the Job Fair!



From the shores of Kluane Lake to the far reaches of the St.Elias and Ruby mountain ranges, is A sì Keyi, (My Grandfather’s Country). The Kluane Lake area is the traditional territory of the Lhù’ààn Mân Ku Dań, the Kluane Lake People. Kluane First Nation has several Committees that Citizens can get involved in. Council makes appointments or recommendations for committees depending on what the nature of the committee is. Citizens who are interested in participating in a committee can submit their interest when there is a call out for new members or they can contact the Executive Manager for more information.




Our mission statement is “To exceed customer expectation by employing talented people who share in the dedication of a company committed to safety and service”. We attribute our success to the people that we employ and to the values which are engrained as part of our culture. We strive not only to be the service provider of choice, but also to be the employer of choice. Transporting people is what we do and we do it well! Standard Bus Contracting endeavors to remain a leader in the people transportation industry as it relates to safety, reliability, the comfort of our passengers, and overall customer service. We ensure that all our work reflects the highest standards in Safety and Operational performance.



There is no other police force in Canada that provides the levels of services and variety offered by the RCMP. With over 150 specializations a career with the RCMP is full of opportunity for continued learning and growth. If you want to make a difference in your community and your country, explore what we have to offer.By enforcing the law and investigating crime, police officers play an important role in ensuring the safety and security of those in the community they serve. A uniform with your name on it is waiting for you.From administrative support to scientists in the laboratories to telecommunications officers answering 911 calls, civilian employees play a critical role in delivering services to our communities.Through engaging their home communities in active crime prevention/reduction activities, Community Constables play a key role building positive relationships between their community and the RCMP.



Here at Sirius Security we need individuals with these assets to help contribute to the growth and structure of our company. Have you been searching for a company that believes that its employee’s needs/goals are just as important as its clients? Do you appreciate the concept of the more the company makes the more you make? Do you believe that loyalty, commitment and time invested into a company as an employee should be rewarded? Would you like to join a company and work not as an employee but as a partner? How would you like to actually enjoy your job? Do you think that working with a group of like minded individuals towards a common goal would be motivating? If you took the time and answered yes to the questions above, you share our belief as an employer and Sirius Security Wants You! If you’re looking for a rewarding long-term career with a family owned and operated business, located right here in Whitehorse, submit a resume using the link below. Please include a detailed cover letter about yourself. Make sure it includes your personal goals your expectations from our company and what skills you feel would contribute to our growth and development.



Barry Arndt began his journey with Boston Pizza in 1978 when he submitted a paper proposing a BP restaurant in Fort McMurray Today Barry is recognized as one of the most senior and successful franchisees within the Boston Pizza system. He has twice been presented with the prestigious Franchisee of the Year award and is a current member of the Boston Pizza's President's Club. He is also acknowledged as a leader in the restaurant industry with past positions including Director of Restaurants Canada (formally The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association); Director of the Alberta Gaming Association; Chairman of The Labour Shortage Taskforce Committee for CRFA; as well as a respected spokesperson to Government for various initiatives at the Municipal, Provincial, and Federal levels.




Skookum Asphalt Ltd. has been operating in the Yukon Territory since 1983 and is located in the City of Whitehorse, the Territorial capital. The City of Whitehorse is accessible by daily commercial airline flights and via the historic Alaska Highway which was built in 1942 to serve as a supply line between Dawson Creek, BC and Fairbanks, Alaska for the US Military during World War II. It now serves as the main route for receiving and transporting goods, as well as supplying our thriving summer tourism industry. It remains one of the most beautiful driving adventures with spectacular views of mountain ranges, flowing rivers, immense forests and incredible wildlife habitats.




Grow with Joy, Limited is a licensed child care facility here in Whitehorse, Yukon. It is our mission to bring out the best in every child through quality child care by providing lots of love, activities, and learning experiences that helps children grow socially, emotionally, and cognitively; while offering child care services that will accommodate almost any parent's work schedule.



Computers for Schools Yukon (CFSY) is a national, federal government-led program that operates in cooperation with all provinces and territories, the private and volunteer sectors. The program collects, repairs and refurbishes donated surplus computers from government and private sector sources and distributes them free to schools, non-profit organizations and libraries throughout Canada. CFS was co-founded in 1993 by Industry Canada and the Telephone Pioneers the largest industry-related volunteer organization in the world. Computers for Schools contributes to the government’s Connecting Canadians initiative.



Join Our Team! At Air North, Yukon's Airline, we're always looking for highly motivated, energetic and talented individuals to join our team. The Air North team enjoys a sense of pride because our passengers are delighted with our personable, knowledgeable and highly professional staff. We recognize that our employees are our most valuable assets and the success of Air North is a direct testimonial to their contribution and interaction every day. We are a strong, unified team, working toward a common goal of corporate and personal success. We demonstrate a commitment to excellence while maintaining a highly professional environment. Air North strives to provide exceptional services to our customers and an enjoyable place to work where team members are given opportunities to learn and grow.



Welcome to the Yukon Arts Centre (YAC), the Yukon’s creative home. YAC was founded to be a resource for Northern artists and to reflect and support the artistic ambition and aesthetic of local and regional community organizations. YAC’s programming directions span the visual arts, performing arts, presenting, training, residencies, and community outreach. Our facilities are unique and versatile and can accommodate a rich array of exhibition, creation, and production activity. Our team prioritizes collaborations and partnerships within the Territory and across the North. We also strongly value education through outreach models that create meaningful interaction with curated and/or visiting artists and our community. Our programming continues to be responsive and aspires to have an inclusive approach that welcomes and encourages connection with First Nations, LGBTQC, Differently-Abled, and Cultural Diverse artists and audiences.