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Carpenter Trainee - BEEP Program

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

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

Who We Are:

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).

Reports to:

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.

What we do for you:

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.

Wage starts at $13.50 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




Ask Auntie Administrative Assistant.


The Ask Auntie Administrative Assistant supports the Ask Auntie Program with the goal of providing pathfinding services in the unique indigenous context of Manitoba to individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness.


The Ask Auntie Administrative Assistant reports to the Ask Auntie Coordinator and is responsible for supporting the Ask Auntie program. This includes financial planning and reporting, application writing, office work and project delivery. Positions at the BNRC are subject to ongoing funding.


Post-secondary education in Sociology, Social Work, Indigenous Issues and/or Activism or a related field; and

Experience working in an administrative role

Experience working in social services or related field; and

Experience with writing funding applications

Or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience

Preference will be given to those with lived experiences of indigeneity and/or precarious housing.


The Ask Auntie Assistant is a 37.5 hours of work per week position. All leave and benefits shall be paid in accordance with the BNRC Personnel Policy Manual.


Provide Administrative Support for the Ask Auntie Program

Manage and maintain client ID bank

Ensuring that client files are updated and regularly maintained.

Keeping track of the Ask Auntie budget and funding limits. Ensuring that budget line spending is adhered to.

Filing credit card receipts, invoices and presenting them to the Finance Department on a weekly basis.

Preparing reporting tools and keeping track of reporting deadlines.

Act as scribe and advisor for reporting processes.

Maintain timecards and submit hours to the Finance Department for payroll purposes.

Perform Financial and Activity monitor /reporting for the Blue Door and Ask Auntie Program.

Work with the Coordinator to develop pathfinding documentation including but not limited to flow charts, infographics etc. that support Ask Auntie?s mandate to provide supports to the precariously housed population of Manitoba and the community entities that serve this population

Work with the Coordinator to identify and liaise with partners to develop funding applications of benefit to the community

Support educational and anti-racist initiatives in the community

Engage in iterative internal and external development processes to support effective program delivery

Keep track of Ask Auntie deliverables

Working Conditions

The Ask Auntie Administrative Assistant will work a standard work week of 37.5hours, but will occasionally work evening, weekends, and overtime hours to accommodate activities such as meetings, ceremonies and public events.

Interested individuals please send resumes to



The Government of Canada

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 2022 and email the completed form to

Volunteer Opportunities