Carpenter Trainee - BEEP Program

We are a construction and training program that fosters learning through hands on job site training.

Carpenter Trainee (6-month term with possibility of extension).

BEEP Director of Construction Operations and Beep Supervisor.

  • Hands on carpentry including concrete, framing, exterior finishing, drywall, painting and other tasks as assigned.
  • Maintain a safe and clean job site.
  • Willingness to learn.
  • Be on time everyday.
  • Must currently be unemployed.
  • Interest in the construction industry.
  • Help work towards educational goals.
  • Obtain, maintain, or work towards a learners or drivers license.
  • Use support systems to address barriers to employment.
  • Develop skills and attitudes to help find employment.

BEEP currently has a waiting list for carpentry employment training opportunities.

For more information please contact us at (204)729-2490 ext. 102.

Wage starts at $14.15 per hour.

To apply, please contact us at 204-729-2490 ext. 102 or via email at

The Brandon Energy Efficiency Program, through the Brandon Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation, is funded by:

The Manitoba Government

The Government of Canada

Brandon local immigration partnership coordinator

To enhance collaboration and strategic planning at the community level in order to foster more welcoming and inclusive communities and improve settlement and integration outcomes.

This position is based at the Brandon Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation (BNRC) in Brandon Manitoba and reports directly to the Executive Director. This program does not provide direct service to newcomers but provides a framework to facilitate the development and implementation of sustainable solutions for the successful integration of newcomers to Brandon.

Coordinate and facilitate meetings of partners and stakeholders.

Draft meeting agenda and minutes.

Facilitate meetings of an inclusive Partnership Council and Immigrant Advisory Table.

Organize, facilitate and participate in Immigration oriented events.

Support community level research and strategic planning.

Research on current trends and gaps and implement innovative ideas based on strategic planning.

Plan, organized and coordinate conferences geared towards improving newcomer settlement experiences.

Conduct surveys to gather information on the needs of newcomers to Brandon.

Partner with various organization in carrying out research projects amongst the newcomer communities in Brandon.

Systemize local engagement of service providers and other institutions in the newcomers? integration process.

Develop welcome guides and workshops to sensitize newcomers about services available to them in Brandon.

Partner with ethnic groups in Brandon and attend their meetings and cultural gatherings in an effort to solicit information based on their needs.

Partner with organizations to carry out activities/Action Plan derived from the Strategic Plan.

Improve coordination of effective services that facilitate immigrant-settlement and integration.

Post-secondary education in a related field.

Experience working in a community development role.

Excellent public speaking and presentation skills.

Experience working in multi-cultural settings

Proven track record of working with multiple stakeholders and community partners to catalyze collaboration.

Knowledge of community resources.

Strong organizational skills.

Ability to work in a high traffic environment with frequent distractions.

Excellent time-management, computer and communication skills.

Ability to construct forms and documents for public use.

Ability to make reasonable decisions.

Ability to sit for long periods of time.

To apply, please contact us at 204-729-2490 or via email at


Volunteer as a Board Member

If you are interested in joining the BNRC Board of Directors:
Pick up an application at the BNRC Office at 440 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, or download this form Board Member Application and email the completed form to