Jobs  Calgary – Encuentre Trabajos en Calgary

Jobs Calgary – Encuentre Trabajos en Calgary

Jobs in Calgary Full Time and Part-Time Trabajos y Empleos

Various Retail Associate Positions Available. Youth interested in this opportunity visit http://YouthEmploymentCentre.ca to book your free employment session today.

#youth #employment #yycjobs

Check your local municipality for playground availability. Keep your family safe from #COVID19AB:
🙂 ↔️ 🙂 Maintain physical distancing
👏 Wash hands before & after playing on any structure & when you get home
🎠 🏞️ Limit contact with others by visiting playgrounds close to home

Make the most of summer and help prevent the spread of #COVID19 when outdoors by following these tips. Don’t forget to:
✔️ Check provincial/national parks for restrictions
✔️ Follow all public health orders and guidelines
Guidance for outdoor recreation: https://www.alberta.ca/guidance-on-outdoor-activities.aspx

Limited sessions available - Youth 15 - 24 visit http://YouthEmploymentCentre.ca to book your free appointment with a YEC Employment Counsellor

#youth #employment #yycjobs

To protect yourself and others: stay home if you’re sick, wash hands often, avoid touching your face & get information from reliable sources. Get daily COVID-19 updates at http://alberta.ca/covid19

Calgary and Brooks begin stage one relaunch starting May 25. The Alberta Biz Connect page provides business owners with info on health and safety guidelines for general workplaces. There is a template businesses/locations can use for planning: https://www.alberta.ca/biz-connect.aspx

Starting May 25, some Albertans will have more access to health services including voluntary testing for asymptomatic staff/residents in long-term care and some designated supportive living facilities. Non urgent surgeries that require hospital stays will also resume.

Deaths total 135. There are 74 active cases and 630 recovered cases at continuing care facilities. 101 facility residents have died.

There are 18 new cases, bringing total active cases to 814. 612 cases have unknown exposure. So far, 212,724 Albertans have been tested and labs have performed 232,774 tests with 3,981 tests completed in the last 24hrs.

May 23 update on #COVID19AB:
Alberta’s hospitalization rates remain low with 48 in hospital, six in intensive care. In total, 5,869 Albertans have recovered. One more Albertan has died.

Wildfires, floods and other emergency situations can evolve quickly. No matter where you live, take steps to prepare you and your family:
+ Download the Alberta Emergency Alert app
+ Build an emergency kit
+ Make a plan
More tips: https://www.alberta.ca/emergency-preparedness.aspx

Interested in working for a seniors community? Various Housekeeping and Food Service Aide positions available. Visit http://YouthEmploymentCentre.ca to book a free session today.

#youth #employment #yycjobs

Travellers arriving at the Edmonton or Calgary airport from outside Canada must isolate for 14 days and share your isolation plan with provincial officials:
☑️ Where you will isolate
☑️ How you will travel to your isolation location

Learn more at https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-travel-advice.aspx

Be prepared for spring flooding – download the Alberta Rivers app or visit http://rivers.alberta.ca for more information about areas near you, have at least 72h worth of supplies in your emergency kit and make a family plan. Learn more: https://www.alberta.ca/floods.aspx

Book your free employment session if you're a youth ages 15-24. Visit http://www.YouthEmploymentCentre.ca to schedule your appointment today!

#youth #yycjobs #employment #jobs

To protect yourself and others: stay home if you’re sick, wash hands often, avoid touching your face & get information from reliable sources.

The next media availability with @CMOH_Alberta will be held on May 25. Get daily COVID-19 updates at http://alberta.ca/covid19.

Non-urgent surgeries that require hospital stays will also resume. Maternity services will resume at South Calgary Campus and High River Hospital on June 3.

Starting May 25, some Albertans will have access to more health services, including voluntary testing for asymptomatic staff and residents in long-term care and some designated supportive living facilities.

Today we announced that because of a significant decline in the number of actives cases of COVID-19 in Calgary and Brooks, both cities can reopen more businesses starting May 25.

32 new cases reported, bringing the total active cases to 865.
611 cases to date with an unknown exposure.
There have been 209,412 people tested for COVID-19 and a total of 228,793 tests performed by the lab.
In the last 24 hours, 3,205 tests have been completed.

May 22 update on #COVID19AB:
Alberta’s COVID-19 hospitalization rates remain low with 54 people in hospital, six in intensive care. In total, 5,801 Albertans have recovered from COVID-19. Two more Albertans have died.

On May 25 voluntary testing will be available in long-term care & designated supportive living facilities. Non-urgent surgeries requiring hospital stay will also resume. Maternity services will resume at South Calgary Campus & High River Hospital on Jun 3.
https://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=71415671C0F0F-09D5-D29B-90D4D50D2FD8CA1B

A significant decline in active #COVID19AB cases in Calgary and Brooks means both cities can reopen hairstylists, barbershops, cafés, restaurants, pubs and bars starting May 25.

Businesses getting ready to reopen can find guidelines to relaunch safely at: http://alberta.ca/bizconnect

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