[ensu] 1)summer jobs and 2) IES seminar

  • From: matt.niedzielski@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: ensu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 14:22:08 -0500

1) Summer jobs in Quebec

2) Institute for Environmental Studies Seminar

WED FEBRUARY 25, 2004, 4:00 p.m.
ONTARIO'S NEW DRINKING WATER LEGISLATION: ITS IMPACT ON LABORATORY
TESTING

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1)

Work opportunities for your students...

Here is a great summer work opportunity for the Quebec government.  There
are 75 positions available and it cuts across many disciplines. Applicant's 
must be able to speak
french.

The complete job description and application information is available on our
website www.careers.utoronto.ca . Students should call the Career Centre
information desk at 978-8000 for assistance with the website.

Please note that students do NOT apply directly to the Career Centre, but
rather, must consult the posting for application instructions.

POSITION TITLE: Ont-Qec Summer Student Job Exchange Prgm

ORGANIZATION: MANAGEMENT BOARD SECRETARIAT

POSITION DURATION: Full Time / Summer

HOW TO APPLY: Mail, fax or e-mail - resume, cover letter, application form
etc.

For the complete job description, including the Method of Application,
please visit the University of Toronto Career Centre's website at
www.careers.utoronto.ca.

If you are a first time user, you will need to register on the website
before you can access the job listing. For assistance with the website
please call (416) 978-8000.

To find the job posting on the Career Centre website, use the following job
order number:

JOB ORDER NUMBER: 2004.SE.0469


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2)

WED FEBRUARY 25, 2004, 4:00 p.m.
Room 2093, Earth Sciences Centre
(Huron & Bancroft; Geology section of building) 
(north of College St., east of Spadina Ave.)

"ONTARIO'S NEW DRINKING WATER LEGISLATION: ITS IMPACT ON LABORATORY
TESTING"
(abstract below)

DAN TONER
Acting Director, Laboratory Services Branch, Ontario Ministry of the
Environment 
(new speaker, to replace original speaker, CAMMY MACK, also of the
Ontario Ministry of the Environment)

No registration required; all are welcome.
For more information, please contact  
Mona El-Haddad, Series Coordinator (416-978-6526;
m.elhaddad@xxxxxxxxxxx) 
Please check www.utoronto.ca/env/seminars.htm for abstracts and updates.

ABSTRACT:
The recommendations set out in the Report of the Walkerton Inquiry
provided a clear path for ensuring the safety of drinking water across
the province.  A number of recommendations were targeted to ensuring
prompt and reliable reporting of drinking-water test results by
laboratories.
    This presentation will describe the elements deemed essential for
the delivery of high quality drinking water testing services; from the
integration of existing accreditation processes to the development of
protocols for standardized sample collection, transport, custody
labeling, testing and reporting of drinking water samples.
    Lastly, the design and development of a laboratory licensing and
inspection program will be described and linked back to the need, as
described by Chief Justice O'Connor, for provincial oversight of
drinking-water testing laboratories, to review and verify the individual
laboratories knowledge of and compliance with regulatory standards.


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