Become part of something bigger at Sport Chek. Share your passion and experience and help inspire others to be their best. Explore and learn, become your personal best and feel the satisfaction of making a difference. Become connected, to a community of people all working towards the same goal.
Bring us your enthusiasm, your energy, and your commitment. Become an ambassador of your sport, and work side by side with like-minded people dedicated to inspiring and helping your community lead more active, healthy lives.
As a Cashier, you are the first and last point of contact for our customers. You are the first person that customers see when entering the store and the last person customers will remember when exiting. It’s your responsibility to leave a lasting positive impression.
Who you are.
Well, for starters, you live an active, healthy life. You’re friendly, energetic, and enjoy talking to people. Whether you’re handling a return or making a sale, you demonstrate a “no problem” attitude when dealing with customers and do everything possible to make sure the customer shopping experience is a positive one. You are responsible for delivering excellent service to every customer.
What you’ll get.
At Sport Chek, we pride ourselves on having our jobs be an extension of people’s lifestyles, with a flexible schedule of work and play. Sport Chek is Canada’s only national big box sporting goods retailers, with over 400 stores from coast-to-coast.
Inspiring Canadians to live healthy, active lives. The inspiration begins with you.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.
Sport Chek is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all. We recognize that our future success depends on the perspectives and contributions of all our employees - their diverse backgrounds, abilities and experiences make our business stronger. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, if you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodations needed to ensure fair and equitable access throughout the recruitment and selection process. All accommodation information provided will be treated as confidential and used only for the purpose of providing an accessible candidate experience.
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Canadian Tire at Broadmead is gearing up for the Christmas season and is hiring for 6-8 part-time cashier and all floor department positions! Store support role positions also available which involve helping customers with large/bulky items, collecting carts, price checking, and more.
Interested students can email their resume to email@example.com or drop it off in-store and ask to speak with one of the managers.
This year's event is in need of volunteers.
Sunday Sept 30th @ UVic
4 hrs of your time ( can be used for Grad transitions)
apply here to volunteer
If you like technology this might be the perfect volunteering opportunity for you.
Cyber Seniors Student Schedule 2018-2019:
** NEW: Cyber Seniors Student Schedule 2018-2019 (All at Cridge):
· Orientation: Tues October 23rd 3:45-5:00 (1.25hrs)
· Volunteering Tuesday’s 3:45-4:45pm Oct 30th – Dec 18th (8 Sessions, 8hrs total)
· Volunteering Tuesday’s 3:45-4:45pm Feb 5th – March 12th (6 Sessions, 6hrs total)
· Volunteering Tuesday’s 3:45-4:45pm April 2nd – May 21st (8 Sessions, 8hrs total)
· Finale Party: Tues May 28th 3:45-4:45pm (1hr)
Location: 1307 Hillside Avenue, The Cridge Village Seniors Centre, big brick building at the top of the property, access off of Kings St as well. Contact Alison Chamberlain at 250-220-2303 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beyond the value in mentoring for the students and gaining skills for the seniors over the past school year both students and seniors benefited from an hour of “technology guiding” and “relationship development”. Students assisted seniors with barriers to technology, helped navigate questions, interests and cyber security, explaining their natural knowledge of the wired world. In turn students gained experience developing a relationship with a person often seven or eight decades older than themselves and a new perspective on what someone in their eighties or nineties is interested in and can do, and the challenges they may face!
We run highly supported sports and recreation activities for children, teens and young adults with autism. It is a great opportunity for students to see how different each of our participants on the autism spectrum are and the support strategies we use. Volunteer roles include: set up/take down of equipment, support using visuals, support staff with participants and enthusiastic participants. We have online training that teaches about Autism Spectrum Disorder and we also have an onsite supervisor at every session to help with hands on learning. Moreover, our programs are really fun and interactive and take place outside of school hours. We have the following positions open in Victoria:
I Can Swim Saturdays 4-5:45, September 29th to November 24th at Juan Du Fuca Recreation Centre
I Can Play Sports and Be Active Saturdays 1:15-3, October 10th to November 28th at Royal Oak Middle School
I Can Skate 4:30-5:30, September 29th to December 8th at Juan Du Fuca Recreation Centre
Miscellaneous family and community events throughout the year
Would you like to volunteer and be a part of the action at the Giant Vintage Expo on Friday and Saturday, September 21-22? They desperately need help with set-up, decorating, ticketing, greeting and welcoming guests, taking pics and videos, helping vendors and guests around the venue, info booth, moving and more.
Please fill out this quick form asap!
As a thank you, volunteers enjoy a full weekend pass to the event for themselves and a guest, free coffee from our generous sponsors at Capital City Café and a special gift from us.
Thank you! We truly appreciate your help in supporting our event and our vibrant vintage community.