Friday, 28 June 2013

Job positing available at Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services -Executive Director

        

  Executive Director         

The Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Inc. (SDHHS) is looking for an Executive Director to be located in Saskatoon. With offices in Saskatoon and Regina, SDHHS is a bi-lingual, bi-cultural non-profit, provincial organization, whose mission is to support the independence of Deaf, Deafened and Hard of Hearing persons by providing services which enhance their quality of life.

Reporting to a volunteer Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for supervising and managing all functions of SDHHS and for planning, developing and implementing policies and programs to provide services to Saskatchewan persons who are deaf, deafened and hard of hearing and to increase awareness through effective marketing.

The ideal candidate will have an appropriate educational background supplemented with administrative and management experience, strong communication, marketing, writing, and leadership skills, and will be able to effectively work with staff, board, funders and the community.  Experience with and understanding of Deaf and Hard of Hearing issues along with fluency in American Sign Language would be a definite asset.
 
Expected start date is October 15, 2013. Salary and benefits are negotiable.

Persons who are Deaf, deafened or hard of hearing are encouraged to apply.

Applications that do not meet the above requirements will not be responded to.

Please submit your resume by July 26, 2013 to:

Dale Birley, President
Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Inc.
2341 Broad Street
Regina, SK S4P 1Y9
Ph: (306) 352-3323
Toll-free: 1-800-565-3323
Fax: (306) 757-3252
TTY: (306) 522-0750
Toll-free TTY: 1-888-272-9116



Need your feedback for Winnipeg Association of the Deaf (WAD) 100th Celebration!

Hi There,

We have to make a decision in early September 2013 if we will go ahead with the 100th Celebration of the Winnipeg Association of the Deaf. Please give us your feedback by filling out our online survey. To see the survey please click on the link below:


To confirm your response and submit your survey please make sure to click on the “SUBMIT” icon at the bottom of the page. After filling out the form, if you have changed your mind and do not wish to submit your responses, simply close the page.

The deadline for the survey is Thursday, August 15, 2013.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact our board at: winnipegdeaf@gmail.com.

Your support in helping us out is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,


Winnipeg Association of the Deaf Board

Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Camp Kakepitay News- Chicken & Corn Supper

Camp Kakepitay

CHICKEN & CORN SUPPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2013
5:30 – 6:15 P.M.
at Deaf Centre Manitoba
Advance Tickets:     $13.00 per person
(by Sept 6th)             $11.00 per child (17 & under)
                                  $11.00 per senior (55 & over)
                                  $45.00 per family (with children)
After Sept 6th                   $15.00 per person
                                        $13.00 per child (17 & under)
                                        $13.00 per senior (55 & over)
                                        $50.00 per family (with children)

Advance Tickets are only available until September 6th from:
David Burke, Mar Koskie, Bruce Koskie, Jaclyn Demianyk, Cynthia Duboff, Donna Johnson, Rod Nickerson, Donald Demianyk, Ron Muir, Gordon Dash or DCM front desk.
NOTE: Limited number of tickets available.

Proceeds will help with kitchen renovation work at Deaf Camp.

ASL FUN NIGHT


Hi

ASL FUN
NIGHT
WHERE: Tavern Polo Park
1405 St.Matthews
WHEN: Thursday,
July 18,2013
Starts at 7:00
No entrance fee. One food or
drink(coffee, tea, pop)


alcoholic beverage) purchase
minimum.

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf (MCSD) News!

Hello Deaf community!

The MCSD (Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf) is now open for business!
You can now become members.  The application form is attached.  Hearing members are welcome!

There is also another announcement about Manitoba Deaf Visual Art Show. The form is attached.
To view a youtube video, go to this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkGWx1QFT3Q&feature=em-upload_owner 

Should you have any further questions, feel free to e-mail me at director.mcsd@gmail.com

Sincerely,

Joanna Hawkins

MCSD Executive Director

Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf
Membership Form


Date:__________________

Name:___________________________________________________________
Address:_________________________________________________________
City:_______________________ Province:______________________
Postal Code:__________________
Phone:____________________ Fax:_____________________
Website:________________________________________
Email:__________________________________________

Full year membership options:

□ Member (voting) - $25.00
    *Members must be Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

□ Associate member (non-voting) - $25.00
    *Anyone who wants to support the organization.

□ Organizations (non-voting) - $100.00


□ Youth 14 to 18 years old (non-voting) - $15.00


June 1st – fiscal year for memberships each year.


Payment Method:

□ Cheque                                                          □ Cash        

Make a cheque payable to:

Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf
285 Pembina Hwy
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2E1



Why would you like to join Manitoba Cultural Society of the Deaf?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Are you a member of an arts organization? If yes, please indicate which organization you are a member of.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

If you have an arts practice, please describe it.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What goals do you have for your arts practice that we can help you with?
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 Manitoba Deaf Visual Art Show
CHRYSALIS 2013
Transformation and Growth
Opening Event
Friday, Oct 25, 2013
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Hosted by Alice Crawford (Deaf Artist for children’s book “Splish, Splat!”) and Gallery Lacosse at Gallery Lacosse, 169 Lilac St., Winnipeg, Manitoba
Selected Prairie Deaf Art will be shown at Gallery Lacosse
from Oct 25, 2013 to Nov 8, 2013 and will be for sale with artists’ permission
NOTE: Selected artists will receive $120.00 for each piece in the show.
(Example: one piece picked by the jury is 1 x $120.00 = $120.00, 3 pieces - 3 x $120.00 = $360.00, etc.)
Cheques will be given out on opening night, October 25, 2013 or mailed out the next day, October 26, 2013.

Who can Enter?
• All Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta Visual Artists.
• Artists must be 16 years of age or older. Under 18 must have a parent/guardian sign for them.
• Artwork must be original.
• All visual arts – painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, printmaking, design, crafts, textiles, and photography. The theme is open.
• Art will be chosen by a panel of professional artists and Gallery Lacosse
Gallery Lacosse decides what art is to go into the show
NO POLITICAL OR SOCIAL POLICY MESSAGES.
• ALL FRAMING for the show MUST BE DONE by GALLERY LACOSSE.
Selected Artists will receive a 40% discount

Entry Forms – print or type
• Please fill it out and send it back to Alice as soon as you can. This will help keep you up to date with what is happening with the show
Information needed: Artist’s name, address, contact information and artist biography (max 100 words) in a Word or PDF document sent via email acrawford@mmelec.com or
mail to Alice Crawford, 71 Rose Hill Way, Winnipeg, MB R2R 1Z7.
When the Entry Form is received, you will be contacted that it has been received. If you do not hear anything within a week of sending it, contact Alice Crawford at: acrawford@mmelec.com
Submission Deadline
• All information and images (digital photographs or scans) must be received in full by
Friday, August 8, 2013.
• Fill out for each image: artist’s name, title, date, media, and dimensions of work, as well as any special instructions that is needed.
• A maximum of five (5) art works may be sent by each artist for the panel. NO POLITICAL OR SOCIAL POLICY MESSAGES.
• Send art images in a high resolution 300 dpi digital photographs or scans as PDF or JPG for 1 – 5 artworks and either email or burn to a DVD and mail.
• A short artist statement (maximum 100 words) with the artwork in a Word or PDF document.

Please send entries to:
Alice Crawford’s email: acrawford@mmelec.com
Subject: Chrysalis 2013, Manitoba Visual Deaf Art Show
or a DVD to
Chrysalis 2013, Manitoba Visual Deaf Art Show
Alice Crawford
71 Rose Hill Way
Winnipeg, MB R2R 1Z7

Notification Deadline
• Artists meeting the submission deadline will be notified of acceptance by Friday, August 25th, 2013.
Delivery Deadline
Tuesday, September 3, 2013 to Gallery Lacosse, 169 Lilac St., Winnipeg, R3M 2S1
Selected art pieces are to be delivered to the gallery for framing
• ALL FRAMING for the show MUST BE DONE by GALLERY LACOSSE.
Selected Artists will receive a 40% discount
Gallery Lacosse will provide:
• E-Mail marketing
• Opening night: Food and Wine
Commission on art sold will be 50% to Gallery Lacosse
Selected Artwork
• All decisions made by the jury panel are final
• The jurors have the right to remove any original work mislead by the digital files.
• No artwork may be taken out from the show until after November 8, 2013.
• Gallery Lacosse has the final say to what art is to go into the show
• The manager of the show has permission to photograph and/or share images of accepted work for publicity, educational and reference purposes.

Entry Checklist
• Completed Entry Form (attached)
• DVD or PDF/Word file containing digital file of Artist Biography (100 words)
Submission Checklist
• Completed Submission Form (attached) as PDF
• 300 dpi PDF or JPG formats digital images labeled with artist’s name/art titles sent in email or mailed on a DVD
• Artist Statement as PDF or Word Document
Art Shipping
• Shipping arrangements and costs for accepted art is the responsibility of the artist. Insurance
• Artists are responsible for paying their own insurance coverage for accepted works while in transit.
•Gallery Lacosse will be responsible for insurance while on display at the gallery.
• Every reasonable precaution will be taken by Gallery Lacosse to handle artwork according to standard professional public exhibition practice.
• Artists have to say how much their art is worth on the Submissions Form

CHRYSALIS 2013
Manitoba Deaf Visual Art Show
ENTRY APPLICATION FORM
Please complete all sections and sign the entry form below.
Entries will be date stamped & must be received in full by the submissions deadline to be considered.
Name _________________________________________________________________________________
Address _______________________________________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________ Postal Code _____________________________
Cell Text __________________________________
Email _________________________________________________________________________________
I have read the conditions of entry and agree to submit my application under these terms.
Signature __________________________________________ Date ___________________


CHRYSALIS 2013
Manitoba Deaf Visual Art Show
SUBMISSIONS FORM
Submissions Deadline: Friday, August 8, 2013
Please fill out all sections and sign the submission form below. Submit your form along with all the digital images. Entries will be date stamped and must be received in full by the August 8th deadline to be considered.
Name _________________________________________________________________________________
Address _______________________________________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________ Postal Code _____________________________
Cell Text __________________________________
Email _________________________________________________________________________________
Entry 1 Title _______________________________________________________________________________
Medium _______________________________________________________________________________
Framed 2-D and/or 3-D Dimensions _________________________________________________________
Date Work Completed ____________________________________________________________________
Insurance Value _________________________________________________________________________
Special Installation Instructions ____________________________________________________________
For Sale Yes ___ No ___
Entry 2 Title _______________________________________________________________________________
Medium _______________________________________________________________________________
Framed 2-D and/or 3-D Dimensions _________________________________________________________
Date Work Completed ____________________________________________________________________
Insurance Value _________________________________________________________________________
Special Installation Instructions ____________________________________________________________
For Sale Yes ___ No ___
Entry 3 Title _______________________________________________________________________________
Medium _______________________________________________________________________________
Framed 2-D and/or 3-D Dimensions _________________________________________________________
Date Work Completed ____________________________________________________________________
Insurance Value _________________________________________________________________________
Special Installation Instructions ____________________________________________________________
For Sale Yes ___ No ___
Entry 4
Title _______________________________________________________________________________
Medium _______________________________________________________________________________
Framed 2-D and/or 3-D Dimensions _________________________________________________________
Date Work Completed ____________________________________________________________________
Insurance Value _________________________________________________________________________
Special Installation Instructions ____________________________________________________________
For Sale Yes ___ No ___
Entry 5 Title _______________________________________________________________________________
Medium _______________________________________________________________________________
Framed 2-D and/or 3-D Dimensions _________________________________________________________
Date Work Completed ____________________________________________________________________
Insurance Value _________________________________________________________________________
Special Installation Instructions ____________________________________________________________
For Sale Yes ___ No ___

I have read the conditions of entry submissions and agree to submit my work under these terms.Signature __________________________________________ Date ______________________________

Monday, 24 June 2013

Pawsite Pooch Dog Information!

Hello -

For anyone who have pet- dog. You can look up at - www.pawsitivepooch.ca and https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pawsitive-Pooch-Dog-Training/212353978812410  

For more information or questions please contact Jillian as her contact information is below:)

Jillian Enright
Pawsitive Pooch Dog Training
204-688-9804
Jillian@PawsitivePooch.ca
http://pawsitivepooch.ca 

Thursday, 20 June 2013

News from Reaching E-Quality Employment Services (REES)




Employment Manitoba in partnership with Hugh Munro Construction Ltd. will provide training for 12 participants in the Flagperson and Flagperson Coordinator  training pilot project.

The program is designed for participants who require essential skills and workplace readiness training to gain employment in an entry level position in the Heavy Construction Industry.

Please see attached document.




                        EXTERNAL NOTICE –  June 11, 2013                                                  



EMPLOYMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM

Flagpersons and Flagpersons Coordinator Training Pilot Project


OBJECTIVE:    Employment Manitoba in partnership with Hugh Munro Construction Ltd.    will provide training for 12 participants in the Flagperson and Flagperson Coordinator  training pilot project.

The program is designed for participants who require essential skills and workplace readiness training to gain employment in an entry level position in the Heavy Construction Industry.



BRIEF DESCRIPTION: 

There are two  phases to this training initiative, they are:
1)    Workplace Education Manitoba (WEM) for the delivery of the essential skills assessments and training. The essential skills training will include: document use, writing/reading, basic numeracy, working with others and critical thinking (problem solving).
2)    Hugh Munro Construction will deliver the technical training and certification.

All participants must complete all the steps of the program

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
  • Applicants should be unemployed and presently in receipt of; Employment & Income Assistance or Employment Insurance (EI) benefits or have received EI in the past 3 years or have been on EI maternity/parental benefits in the last 5 years.
  • Are committed to participating in all aspects of the training program.
  • Previous construction related skills an asset.
  • Carpentry skills an asset.
  • Must be willing to go out of town for work.
  • Good physical condition and able to lift 25 kg.
  • Able to obtain a drivers license.

Supports for eligible individual participants may be available.

EXPECTED START DATE:    

Ø  Within the four 3 weeks of July   – August, 2013

 Training will include Essential Skills upgrading, Workplace Readiness, Flagperson Training & Certification/Flagperson Coordinator Training                 


APPLICATION PROCESS:  
All applicants must attend the following information session to be considered for participation.

Information Sessions:     July 3, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 (Noon)

Location:  Hugh Munro Construction, Highway 207

To register CONTACT:  Eddie Calisto-Tavares, Options for Success Inc.
at  204-989-0141  or email: admin@options4success.com



Supports for eligible individual participants may be available.

If you are interested please contact Sue Tebow (stebow@re-es.org) or Usha Speer (uspeer@re-es.org) and we will book interpreters for the training.


Thank you,
Usha Speer
Employment Counsellor Deaf Services

Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Reminder:

There will be a Manitoba Deaf Sports Association Annual General Meeting (MDSA AGM)  held on Sunday June 23, 2013 at 2 pm .
The meeting will take place at Deaf Centre Manitoba in the AFFLECK ROOM. 

Beverages and refreshments will be provided. 


Thank you,
Brenda Stanley

MDSA Secretary 
This is a reminder that you are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of Reaching E-Quality Employment Services (REES),
on Thursday June 20, 2013 at 5:00pm – 6:30pm 
The Meeting will be held at Mediation Services 302-1200 Portage Ave.
Refreshments will follow. ASL Interpreter provided.

RSVP: 204-832-REES (7337)
            Manitoba Relay 1-800-855-0511
            TTY: 947-3480
            info@re-es.org


Annual General Meeting
Thursday, June 20, 2013
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
(Refreshments to follow)
Mediation Services
302 – 1200 Portage Ave
RSVP: 204-832-REES (7337)
Manitoba Relay 1-800-855-0511
TTY: 947-3480
info@re-es.org
American Sign Language Interpretation Provided
Please Contact REES for Accommodations
Raffle Tickets - $2.00
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Regular Season Football Game (at the new stadium!)
Draw will take place at approximately 6:30


Monday, 17 June 2013

DEAF ARTISTS!
Enter in the Manitoba Deaf Visual Art Show
Chrysalis 2013
Transformation and Growth
Opening Event
Friday, Oct 25, 2013
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Hosted by Alice Crawford (Deaf Artist for children’s book “Splish, Splat!”) and Gallery Lacosse at Gallery Lacosse, 169 Lilac St., Winnipeg, Manitoba
Selected Prairie Deaf Art will be shown at Gallery Lacosse from Oct 25, 2013 to Nov 8, 2013 and will be for sale with artists’ permission

NOTE: Selected artists will receive $120.00 for each piece in the show.
(Example: one piece picked by the jury is 1 x $120.00 = $120.00, 3 pieces - 3 x $120.00 = $360.00, etc.)
Cheques will be given out on opening night, October 25, 2013 or mailed out the next day, October 26, 2013.

Submission Deadline
• All information and images must be received in full by Friday, August 8, 2013.
Who can Enter?
• All Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta Visual Artists.
• Artists must be 16 years of age or older. Under 18 must have a parent/guardian sign for them.
• Artwork must be original.
• All visual arts – painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, printmaking, design, crafts,
textiles, and photography. The theme is open.
• Art will be chosen by a panel of professional artists and Gallery Lacosse
Gallery Lacosse has the final say to what art is to go into the show

NO POLITICAL OR SOCIAL POLICY MESSAGES.
• ALL FRAMING for the show MUST BE DONE by GALLERY LACOSSE.
Selected Artists will receive a 40% discount
Entry Forms

• Contact Alice at acrawford@mmelec.com or mail with postage paid (enough for 6 pages),
self-addressed envelope to 71 Rose Hill Way, Winnipeg, MB R2R 1Z7 and one will be emailed/mailed
out to you.

Manitoba Arts Council's announcement

INFORMATION FROM INVESTORS GROUP FIELD: YOUR GUIDE TO INVESTORS GROUP FIELD

(page 6)
BRAG POINTS:
• 33,500 seats expandable to 40,000
for major events
• About 50% more leg room
and a cupholder, too
• Two NFL-sized giant video boards
• 29' sunken bowl effect with great sightlines
• Largest clear span canopy in Canada
• Canopy designed to keep
13th player noise on field
• Overhead coverage for 80% of fans
• 50% more washrooms to improve wait times
• 50% more concessions with
wide range of choices
• Over 250 TV monitors
• Expanded Bud Zone and Rum Hut
• Enhanced game-day experience
with entertainment planned
both inside and outside
• Accessible washrooms
• Six elevators
• Huge, year-round Bomber Store
• Wi-Fi access in private suites and Pinnacle Club
• Boosted cellphone coverage throughout
• Closed captioning

FUN FACTS:

• 9,000 tons of steel
• 28,000 cubic metres of concrete
• 88,000 bolts, some as heavy as 90 pounds each
• Arch trusses support four acres of roof
• Trusses largest and highest in Canada spanning
190 metres about 200 feet up
• Many sections of the arch truss weigh over
200 tons and required two 300-ton cranes
pushed to 98% of their capacity to lift into place

DID YOU KNOW:

• The field uses about 27,000 recycled tires which
make up the performance infill layer for the
FieldTurf Revolution playing surface
• The east side plaza features Grey Cup
commemorative markers
• Half the stadium is a basement containing
football operations, locker rooms for Blue Bombers,
Bisons, visiting teams, and amateur athletes
plus a commissary kitchen

(page 36):
LEADING WAY WITH THE CLOSED CAPTIONING

For hearing-impaired Blue Bomber fans, technology will help ensure they don’t miss a thing at Investors Group Field this season.

Gunars Butkans, vice-president of the Manitoba Deaf Association, said fans who are deaf or hard of
hearing often don’t know what’s been announced during games. “With the introduction of closed
captioning, they can share the excitement,” he said. “We’re very appreciative of this additional service
since it provides an equal opportunity for all.”

Investors Group Field will stand out as one of the leaders across the country by offering closed captioning on its two massive video boards, something that older stadiums have a hard time doing due to older technology.
“We are thrilled to offer closed captioning and are very pleased that Polo Park Hearing has come on board to sponsor this service for our hearing-impaired fans,” said Fin Paterson, vice-president and director of
sales for the Winnipeg Football Club.

As owner of Polo Park Hearing Centre, Leslie Holden feels it’s important to give back to the community.

“What a perfect opportunity to be able to help people by having closed captioning,” she said. “The fact that it’s one of the first in Canada makes it really, really exciting.”

Friday, 14 June 2013

REES Reaching E-Quality Employment Services AGM

REES
Reaching E-Quality Employment Services
 
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
 
Thursday, June 20, 2013
5:00pm -6:30pm
(Refreshments to follow)
Mediation Services
302-1200 Portage Avenue
 
RSVP: 204-832-7337
Manitoba Relay 1-800-855-0511
TTY: 947-3480
 
American Sign Language Interpretation Provided
Please contact REES for Accommodations
 
Raffle Tickets-$2.00
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Regular Season Football Game (at the new stadium)
Draw will take place at approximately 6:30 pm

Thursday, 13 June 2013

REMINDER:





NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

OF

DEAF CENTRE MANITOBA, INC.


Thursday, June 13, 2013

7:00 p.m.

Deaf Centre Manitoba

Affleck Room

285 Pembina Highway


                                    1. To receive and approve the Annual Report of DCM

                                    2. Election of the Board of Directors

                                    3. Other Business


ASL/ENGLISH INTERPRETATION PROVIDED. REFRESHMENTS ALSO PROVIDED AFTER THE MEETING IN THE AFFLECK ROOM.


All Tenants living at 285 Pembina Highway and Manitoba Deaf Association Members are automatically members of Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc. For further information, contact DCM Board Inc Chairperson- Liette Gervais by email liette98@shaw.ca.


Nomination for Directors – 1 year term, please contact DCM Inc Chairperson.

Directors must be members in good standing with the Manitoba Deaf Association.

Monday, 10 June 2013

We would like to thank all of those who supported the Garbonzo's Pizza AVLIC 2014 fundraiser on Friday, June 7. We had a blast and it looked like you did too. Thanks to the donors for prizes, to all the volunteers who helped us out, and to the fabulous staff at Garbonzo's. We made a profit of approximately $1,200.00. The support shown by the Deaf Community was amazing and the interpreting community was thrilled and inspired.

With gratitude,

Tessa and Suzanne
Fundraising Chairs

AVLIC 2014

Thursday, 6 June 2013

Various casual positions - Manitoba School for the Deaf

LS1-3 Educational Assistant 1-3; TF1-3 Teacher of the Deaf 1-3 
Casual

Manitoba Education
Manitoba School for the Deaf/Program and Student Services
Winnipeg MB
Advertisement Number:  27357
Salary(s):   LS1-3 $19.31 - $27.02 per hour; TF1-3 $30.37 - $41.07 per hour Salaries are various, dependent on classification.

Closing Date:   June 10, 2013

An eligibility list may be created for similar positions and will remain in effect for 12 months.

A satisfactory Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse Registry Check are conditions of employment.

Fluency in American Sign Language and English required for all positions. Valid Manitoba driver's license required. Candidates are requested to indicate in their covering letter for which position they are applying.

Qualifications:
Teacher of the Deaf:  Requires Bachelor of Education with preference given for specialized training as a certified Teacher of the Deaf.

Educational Assistant:  Requires experience working with multi-disabled children who are Deaf or hard of hearing.

American Sign Language/English Interpreter:   Graduate from an accredited post-secondary Interpreter Training Program; member in good standing with the Association of Visual Language Interpreters of Canada (AVLIC); interpreting experience in educational and community settings.
 

Duties:
Teacher of the Deaf:  Instructs students who are Deaf and hard of hearing at a variety of learning levels in a K-12 school setting according to curricula as established by Manitoba Education.

Educational Assistant:  Works with individual students with behaviour, medical or other special needs, including the supervision of students in settings outside the classroom.

American Sign Language/English Interpreter:  Facilitates communication between Deaf and hearing people in a variety of settings for administrators, staff, parents, students and the public.
 

Apply to:

Advertisement # 27357
Civil Service Commission
Human Resource Services
300 - 305 Broadway
Winnipeg, MB, R3C 3J7
Phone:  204-948-4160
Fax:  204-948-2193

Please include advertisement number and position title in subject line of your e-mail.


Employment Equity is a factor in selection. Applicants are requested to indicate in their covering letter or resumé if they are from any of the following groups: women, Aboriginal people, visible minorities and persons with a disability.

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
Your cover letter, resumé and/or application must clearly indicate how you meet the qualifications.
MINI GOLF FAMILY EVENT

COME OUT AND SUPPORT Canadian Deaf Golf Championships

WHEN: JULY 7th @ 3pm-5pm
COST: $10.00

INCLUDES: One round, And Two Choices of Food
- Hotdog, Drink and Chips
- 2 slices of pizza and Drink

WHERE: GOLF DOME 1205 Wilkes Ave
WHO INTERESTED IN HAVING A PRO to GIVE POINTERS
FOR YOUR GOLF GAME:
WHEN: JULY 7th @ 230pm (DEADLINE JULY 2nd)
COST: $ 15 dollars
Includes: one hour of PRO in giving pointers. (Minimum of 10 people)
: Food Choices above
WHERE: GOLF DOME (Toonie for Mini Golf if want to play)

For Tickets: Contact: CDGAMANITOBA@gmail.com or Joe Comte,
Kenneth Anderson and Sheila Montney at Deaf Centre Manitoba Inc.