Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
32 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, March 23, 1974 COUNSELLOR Social work and vocational counselling exper- ience; Work primarily with women: salary com- mensurate with experience and qualifications, Apply Box 35, Lethbridge Herald CAREERS PRINCIPAL Olds Junior-Senior High School Mountain View County Applications from qualified teachers and school ad- ministrators are invited for the position of Principal of the Olds Junior-Senior High School, appointment to be effective at the opening of the 1974-1975 school year. The Olds School currently has a staff of 35 teachers and an enrolment of 630 students. Applicants are requested to submit a complete resume of experience and training, as well as the names and addresses of at least two professional referees. Applications will be accepted up to and including April 5, 1974, and should be addressed to: HAROLD JEPSON, Superintendent of Schools Mountain View County P.O. Box 100 Didtbury, Alberta Got Something to sell? FOR FAST RESULTS Use Herald ClissiM Phont 328-4411 JOB OPPORTUNITIES STANDARD GENERAL CONSTRUCTION LIMITED has Job openings in Calgary for Personnel experienced in Sewer and Water installation, Sidewalk and Curb and Gutter Con- struction and Street Paving. Mr. Ratushny, Personnel Manager, will be at the El Rancho Motor Hotel on Tuesday April 2, 1974 from 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. to interview persons interested in applying for the position of: Foremen, Concrete Finishers, Formsetters, Pipe Layers and Rakers for Sidewalk, Asphalt, and Sewer and Water Construction. Equipment Operators for Cable and Hydraulic Backhoes, Pavers, Asphalt Rollers, Motor Scrapers and Graders. The positions applied for will be filled between April 10th and May 15th. Please send Name, Phone number and work experience to: J. G. Ratushny, Standard General Construction Limited, P.O. Box 5900, Station Calgary, Alberta OR: Phone Mr. Ratushny at El Rancho Motor Hotel 327-5701 on Tuesday April 2, 1974 to arrange for interview. REAL ESTATE CAREER7I ut THE REWARDS THE INCOME scale varies according lo your own part- icipation YourndrAnumgoaiitSII.OOOperyear FREEDOM.... benefits of independence and still have me association of wen organized firm DEVELOPMENT.... out of the routine rut Expand your own fields of interest Develop your own personal capacities 2. N.R.S. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE------- Catatouge offers maximum exposure to the market throughout 8C. Alberta and alt across Canada 2SOO printed each week VCPlVICE.... Advertised promotion Block Bros spend! over one rrwnon ooTlers per year to pjonuyie properties 55 Stock Bros offices m BC and Afbena More (nan 1000 Realtors ISO MRS oTftoes throughout Canada anC O5.A 4. TRAINING... Company training free or Real Estate procedures programs off appraisal training program 5. TRADING... The only way to move-Block Bros simple 1-2-3 trade plan There is absolutely no charge for the trade plan service 0. FIRST STEP.... Contact one of the Bros service centres in Alberta Talk over the career m Real Eswe with the Branch Manager Experience fin necessary, but is a great asset FRANK TINORDI327-3470 TIM QRISAK S2S-22SS !K BROS. REALTY LTD. 370-23561 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for THE REHABILITATION SOCIETY OF SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA DUTIES Management of the Rehabilitation Society whose role Is "a complete service to the The primary role being rehabilitation to industry wherever possible. QUALIFICATIONS' Background in business management and demon- strated ability in managing people and products High public profile and strong capability in the area of public relations. A knowledge and appreciation of program needs for the handicapped is also preferred. SALARY RANGE- annually Applicants forward complete resume with no less than three references by April 15, 1974 to PERSONNEL COMMITTEE REHABILITATION SOCIETY OF SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA 1201 2nd Avenue 'A' North ____________LETHBRIDQE. ALBERTA YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Of Assistant Public Trustee, Calgary This career opportunity requires a Legal Admin- istrator to manage the Office of the Public Trustee in Calgary. This position will be of interest to an individual who has experience in the field of Civil Law relating to Wills, Trusts and similar fields; and a desire to apply managerial skills and ability. Applicants must be members of the Alberta Bar or able to immediately qualify for membership. Individuals having at least five years legal experience will be given preference. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and will appeal to individuals currently earning in the range. Competition No. M942-C-1. Information and application forma from: Government of Alberta Personnel Administration Office Room 1101, John J. Bowlen Building 620 7th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2POY8_____________ FARM CREDIT CORPORATION REQUIRES CREDIT ADVISORS This is a field position located at various agri- cultural centres in Alberta. It involves interviewing farm clients, considering applications for credit, conducting an analysis of farm investment proposals, provision of financial advice to borrowers and other related duties. Training is provided in Farm Appraisal, Farm Management and CANFARM. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have a Degree in Agriculture. A farm background is desirable as is related experience in Agricultural Credit or Agri-Business. Salary will be .commensurate with experience and qualifications. Applicants are requested to submit a resume of their experience and qualifications to: Mr. G. M. JOTIM Assistant Branch Manager, Lending Farm Credit Corporation 400 Chancery Hall Edmonton r, BAKER I IOVICK GROWING AD AGENCY CREATES SPACE FOR THREE MORE OF THE RIGHT PEOPLE At the Calgary Office of Baker Lovick adver- tising, we're going through the most exciting growth phase in our 26-year history. We are looking for three more of the right people who are qualified for the challenge of growing with us. ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE: The A.E. we're looking for has a proven track record in servicing ac- counts while recognizing and developing new business potential. Knows how to relate a marketing objective to an advertising goal. Can define a client's problem and interpret it to a creative group. Is equally adept at guiding a brainstorm session or presenting a media plat- form. If the shoe fits you can buiid a successful career with our growing agency. COPYWRITER: The writer we want knows what selling the sizzle is all about is strong concep- tually and able to handle varied assignments from campaigns to collateral material. An innovative self-starter with an energetic streak that doesn't fizzle out at five p.m. Must be capable of handling a big work load (yes, proofing is included) on an interesting spectrum of consumer, industrial and agri ac- counts. When you apply be prepared to demonstrate sound creative judgment, with samples to back it up. SECRETARY: The secretary we need is adap- table, versatile and used to working for several busy people. Has good shorthand, accurate typ- ing, the ability to handle a variety of secretarial duties and to keep cool under pressure. The right person to fit into our busy (but has at least three years' experience and a plea- sant personality. Apply (in writing only) with resume: Bob Rartwn. Vtea Prmldent Mcnager BAKER LOVICK LIMITED 629- 7to Avenue SW.Caflgary T2P OY9 Required Immediately for Lethbridge Centre Superintendents Carpenter Foreman Labor Foreman APPLY MR. LEN TETREAULT POOLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. 4th Ave. A 2nd St. S., Uthbridgt MECHANIC WANTED Capable of doing all phases of general light duty mechanical repairs with a large volume of this being power train work. Will consider 3rd or 4th year apprentice. Offering above average benefits such as 5.00 per hour and no Saturday work. CONTACT THE SERVICE MANAGER DUNLQP FORD 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-8861 Communications Consultant Opportunities exist in our Calgary and Edmonton offices for qualified applicants, preferably with edu- cational background, or experience in business management and marketing. Must have a high interest in the sales field, be able to deal with management personnel, express themselves fluently, and supply own vehicle. Training is provided. SALARY RANGE per month PIMM submit lull rmunw by rtMll to... ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 119-eth S.W. (Box 6000) Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2R2 PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICE DIRECTOR PINCHER CREEK AND AREA A Director is required to carry out Preventive Social Services programs in Pincher Creek, Cowley and M.D.9. Duties will include community organization, service coordination, public relations, interpretation of philosphy and administration of the over-all program Applicants must have experience and skill in com- munity work and a dedicated interest in people. The successful candidate may have a professional degree in any of the social sciences or an equivalent in a combination of education and experience, and must have demonstrated a good level of maturity and history of involvement of achievement in com- munity affairs. Applications will be received up to Friday, April 5, at PREVENTIVE SOCIAL SERVICES Box 1513, Pincher Creek, Alberta STAFF NURSES REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY BY THE FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL FOR POSITIONS IN ALL AREAS THROUGHOUT THE HOSPITAL. APPLICANTS MUST BE A GRADUATE FROM AN APPROVED SCHOOL OF NURSING. A FULL RANGE OF FRINGE BENEFITS ARE AVAILABLE. Apply in writing to: PERSONNEL OFFICE FOOTHILLS HOSPITAL CALGARY, ALBERTA GARDENER I The Port Albemi Parks and Recreation Comm- ission requires the services of a fully qualified gardener. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITY The incumbant in this position reports directly to the Parks Chargehand and is responsible for all horticultural and landscape planting and design related to the operations of the Parks and Recreation Commission. A limited amount of park planning and design is also involved in this position DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Senior Matriculation supplemented by Uni- versity or Technical education in horticulture, forestry or landscape design plus several years re- lated experience. Applicants holding B.C. Trades Qualification and those with ability and experience in park design and planning win be given priority. REMUNERATION As per C.U.P.E. 1974 rates. Gardener with T.Q. per hour Gardener per hour APPLICATIONS Completed applications detailing qualifications and experience for this position should be submitted to: Larry R. Beret, SHpemrtemleiil end RocnMnon Echo Centre 1001 Weflece Street Port Albeml, B.C. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS Friday, April Women accepted WINDSOR, Ont. (CP) A national conference on women and the law heard that one woman graduate of the University of British Columbia law school was told by a Vancouver law firm: "I'm sorry, we have already hired our woman." Louise Mandall of the UBC law school said she received the reported comment during a check of women graduates. However, she said most of the graduates did not feel discriminated against in the practice of law after their clients realized they were "not the secretary." Eileen Mitchell Thomas, a lawyer with the federal jus- tice department, agreed that acceptance within the profession is good, but she said there are no women members of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Women were "very, very negligent" for not going into politics where they can actively do something about discrimination, she said. Filmmaker Judy Steed told the conference that discrimination also is found in universities. At Toronto's York University, she said there are women who handle all the day-to-day work, but the administrative hierarchy is male. When a man becomes an administrative assistant he is given a woman to do his clerical work, said Miss Steed. But if a woman is appointed to a similar post she is expected to do her own typing and filing. Driver training level eyed EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta highways department is preparing a province-wide driver training course that will become the minimum standard for every driver education program in the province, a department official said Thursday. The course is designed to fill the gaps left by the assortment of training programs currently available, the official said. The program will meet the requirement for driver training set forth by the automobile insurance board for new drivers. New drivers who complete the course would be eligible for reductions in insurance premiums after a three-year safe driving period. The reduction can be as high as 40 per cent.' The highways department spokesman said the course would probably be available to adult drivers as well as first- time drivers, and that the reduction in insurance rates will probably apply to experienced drivers taking the course. West's lottery spelled out VICTORIA (CP) Provincial Secretary Ernie Hall spelled out the details Thursday of a Western Canada lottery which he said will have a top prize of with British Columbia earning million a year. He also said Thursday the lottery will begin June 1 and the first draw will be held Oct. H- The prices will be, First prize; second prize: third prize: followed by five prizes at each and at each, for a total prize fund each time of There will be four draws a year. Music teachers lo meet The Registered Music Teachers' Association will hold its annual convention April 15-17 in Banff. Guest speakers will be Prof. Leonard Isaacs of Winnipeg, who will lecture on Mozart and Debussy and Connie Foss More of Victoria, who will speak on the Kodaly method of teaching music Among delegates will be A. K PuUand of Lethbridge, a life member of the association Both membeis and non-members are invited to attend.