Tim Hortons Squamish Whistler

Tim Hortons Squamish/Whistler

Website: www.timhortons.ca

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Sector: Accommodation and Food Services

Organization Description

Why Join The Team?

New opportunities and challenges every day are just a few of the reasons you’ll be happy you came on board.

When you work at a Tim Hortons Restaurant, you’ll feel right at home. It’s a fun environment where Guests are your neighbours, where co-workers are your friends, and where simple acts can make someone’s day for a lasting impression.

It’s because it’s the people that make Tims, Tims. You can become part of the team!

 

Discover Whistler

Discover What You’re Made Of

Just two hours north of Vancouver by road lies Whistler, where the natural beauty and unique mountain lifestyle offer an escape like nowhere else. Visit any season of the year and you’ll be welcomed like family, swept up by the unique energy in the Village and have opportunities to go on adventures that inspire and challenge you – or simply relax and soak up the stunning scenery. However you decide to spend your time in Whistler, when you find yourself in the mountains, breathing in the wild air, you will realize there is as much to be discovered inside of you, as outside.

https://www.whistler.com/discover/

 

About Squamish

Located at the northern tip of a glacially etched fjord on the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by a spectacular mountain backdrop and nestled within a temperate rainforest, Squamish is recognized worldwide for its culture, recreation and incredible mountain lifestyle.

Squamish is ideally situated on the scenic Sea to Sky Highway between the two host venues of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games: Vancouver, British Columbia’s largest city and Whistler, a four-season mountain resort consistently ranked the number one ski resort in North America.

A strong, vibrant and healthy community, Squamish is envied for its wide range of recreational activities. World-class trails, rock climbing parks, consistent wind patterns, a relatively mild year-round climate, a healthy wildlife population, and proximity to ocean, mountains and rivers make Squamish a sought-after destination for mountain bikers, hikers, rock climbers, kite and wind surfers, kayakers, ski tourers, wildlife viewers and backcountry enthusiasts alike. Add to that a long list of organized sport associations such as soccer, ice hockey, figure skating, horseback riding, bmx, gymnastics, lacrosse and football, to name a few, and Squamish is second-to-none when it comes to both recreation and physical fitness.

But recreation isn’t the only thing residents are passionate about. A diverse arts and culture scene is growing here as Squamish is home to many photographers, filmmakers and artisans of every genre, and local theatre groups, dance companies, musicians and singers entertain on a regular basis. A dedicated and passionate environmental movement is also at work in Squamish, striving to protect and enhance the fragile ecosystem that is at the heart of what characterizes our beautiful surroundings. A committed group of social organizations provides support through programming and services with the goal to ensure that every resident of Squamish has somewhere to turn in their time of need.

A range of education options are available to Squamish families including a strong public school system with six elementary schools, a French school, a French immersion program, a junior high school and a high school. Independent preschools and schools offer Montessori and Waldorf-inspired education, and Squamish is home to two universities – Quest University Canada and Capilano University, Squamish Campus.

A breathtaking location, combined with a population of 19,893 highly productive people, has resulted in a centre of activity that embraces continual evolution and development. As more people strive for a healthy, safe and affordable lifestyle, Squamish saw an almost 15% population increase between 2006 and 2011. Squamish hosts a variety of annual events such as Squamish Days Loggers Sports, Test of Metal, the Brackendale Fall Fair, the Farmer’s Market and the GranFondo cycling event, which runs through the community.  The district also boasts the largest gathering of bald eagles in North America and hosts an annual eagle count each January that draws international attention.

https://squamish.ca/discover-squamish/about-squamish/

https://www.exploresquamish.com/

 

Job Listings

 

Food service supervisor (15 vacancies)
1019118 BC Ltd o/a Tim Hortons

Job details
Salary: $14.65/hour                                             Start date: As soon as possible
Terms of employment: Permanent, Full time, Part Time Available
Employment conditions: Early morning, Morning, Day, Evening, Shift, Weekend, Night
Benefits: Medical benefits, Dental benefits (Benefits are Employer/Employee co-pay), 100% of MSP after 3 months full time)
Work locations:
2010 London Lane, Whistler BC V0N 1B2 (5 vacancies)
4330 Northlands Blvd, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4 (5 vacancies)
4230 Gateway Drive, Whistler BC V0N 1B7 (5 vacancies)

Job requirements
Languages:
English                                                 Education: No degree, certificate or diploma
Experience:
1 year to less than 2 years      Ability to Supervise: 16-20 people
Security and Safety:
Bondable
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities:
Fast-paced environment, Work under pressure, Tight deadlines, Combination of sitting, standing, walking, Standing for extended periods, Bending, crouching, kneeling, Walking, Physically demanding
Work Location Information:
On-site customer service
Personal Suitability:
Effective interpersonal skills, Team player, Excellent oral communication, Flexibility, Client focus
Additional Skills:
Establish methods to meet work schedules, Train staff in job duties, sanitation and safety procedures, Hire food service staff, Prepare budget and cost estimates, Address customers’ complaints or concerns
Specific Skills:
Supervise and co-ordinate activities of staff who prepare and portion food, Estimate and order ingredients and supplies, Ensure food service and quality control, Maintain records of stock, repairs, sales and wastage, Prepare and submit reports, Establish work schedules
Work Setting:
Food service establishment, Coffee shop, Fast food outlet or concession, Restaurant
Workers Supervised:
Food service counter attendants and food preparers

Employment groups: Indigenous peoples , Newcomers to Canada, Persons with disabilities, Seniors, Students, Veterans, Youth, Visible Minorities

This employer has indicated an interest in hiring employees from these groups. If you are a member of these groups, you are encouraged to indicate it in your application

All interested applicants are encouraged to apply

How to apply
By email: send your resume through the contact form
In person (09:00 to 21:00):
At any location

 

 

Food Service Supervisor  (NOC 6311)
DEGA Holdings Ltd. o/a Tim Hortons  (12 vacancies)

Job details
Salary: $14.65/Hour
Benefits: Medical Benefits/Dental Benefits (Benefits are Employer/Employee co-pay), 100% of MSP after 3 months full time
Start date: As soon as possible
Terms of employment: Permanent, Full time, Part Time available, Early morning, Morning, Day, Evening, Shift, Weekend, Night
Employment groups: Students, Youth, Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, Visible minorities, Persons with disabilities, Indigenous peoples , Newcomers to Canada, Seniors
This employer has indicated an interest in hiring employees from these groups. If you are a member of these groups, you are encouraged to indicate it in your application.
All interested applicants are encouraged to apply

Work locations:
38930 Progress Way, Squamish, BC (6 vacancies)
1811 Garibaldi Way, Squamish, BC (6 vacancies)

Job requirements
Languages: English                                                              Education: No degree, certificate or diploma
Experience: 1 year to less than 2 years                   Ability to Supervise: 16-20 people
Security and Safety: Bondable
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, Work under pressure, Tight deadlines, Combination of sitting, standing, walking, Standing for extended periods, Bending, crouching, kneeling, Walking, Physically demanding
Work Location Information: On-site customer service
Personal Suitability: Effective interpersonal skills, Team player, Excellent oral communication, Flexibility, Client focus
Additional Skills: Establish methods to meet work schedules, Train staff in job duties, sanitation and safety procedures, Hire food service staff, Prepare budget and cost estimates, Address customers’ complaints or concerns
Specific Skills: Supervise and co-ordinate activities of staff who prepare and portion food, Estimate and order ingredients and supplies, Ensure food service and quality control, Maintain records of stock, repairs, sales and wastage, Prepare and submit reports, Establish work schedules
Work Setting: Food service establishment, Coffee shop, Fast food outlet or concession, Restaurant
Workers Supervised: Food service counter attendants and food preparers

How to apply
By email: send your resume through the contact form
By mail or in person (9:00am to 9:00pm):
38930 Progress Way, Squamish, BC or 1811 Garibaldi Way, Squamish, BC


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