News Release Archive

  Tourism Nova Scotia is looking for the 120 best qualified
  seasonal/casual employees with which to staff its visitor
  information centres around the province between May and
  October next year.
  Michele McKenzie, director of Tourism Nova Scotia, said the
  provincial agency is seeking the "most competent candidates,
  capable of providing the highest levels of quality service
  necessary to maintain and improve our position in a very
  competitive tourism marketplace. In other words, we are
  looking for the very best Nova Scotia has to offer so they,
  in turn, can help us present ourselves at our very best",
  she said.
  Tourism Nova Scotia is looking for candidates with
  leadership, effective communication and supervisory skills.
  Candidates will also need tourism-related experience,
  languages and first-aid.
  Notices are appearing this week in the province's weekly
  newspapers, in local Canada Employment Centres across the
  province, universities, community colleges, Economic Renewal
  Agency Business Service Centres and Access Nova Scotia
  Centres. In addition, tourism association newsletters will
  also be announcing the competition for the varied positions
  which include supervisors, travel counsellors,
  maintenance/caretakers, pipers and, at Peggy's Cove, rock
  The deadline for applications is Jan. 15, 1996.
  Job descriptions and application forms are available at
  Human Resources Development Canada, the Economic Renewal
  Agency, Access Nova Scotia Centres, Business Service Centres
  and from Human Resources, Nova Scotia Economic Renewal
  Contact: Joe Cottreau  902-424-3970
  trp                   Nov. 20, 1995