Work is the refuge of people who have nothing better to do. : Oscar Wilde

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Jobs List for CDPs and Related Personnel

As some of you may have noticed my little system is not working these days. I've decided that this would be a good time, especially as it's summer when there might be less hiring activity, to move it to scraperwiki.com. I will try to keep you up-to-date.

If you find it useful, and if there are features that would make it more valuable, then this would be a good time to tell me. Of course I can't promise to incorporate all or any requested changes.

11 comments:

Rose said...

I refer to your site on a daily basis. I like it just the way it is.
Rose

lewis said...

I agree with Rose. I find it quite user friendly and check it regularly.

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TKO said...

This page has been very helpful to me in my own search I think it was great having this Thank you Mr. Bell

Anonymous said...

It's a great site. No changes required! Thank you for all the hard work.

Anonymous said...

I am so grateful for your site and really miss it! It would be useful if the job postings could be simultaneously organized by both city/regioin and the date in which it was posted. Do you have any idea when the site will be up again?

Bill Bell said...

The jobs list is available now, albeit with postings from fewer jobs sites: just the Job Bank, Charity Village, Contact Point and indeed.ca so far.

The link is available in the right-hand column of the blog page. I just changed it.

Thanks for the suggestion. I will certainly take it into consideration.

Kathy Pupek said...

Thanks so much Bill for compiling these positions. I really appreciate being able to go to one site to find employment opportunities related to my field.
Best,
Kathy Pupek

Bill Bell said...

You're more than welcome, Kathy. I know that you do a superb job.

Bill

Andrew Bassingthwaighte said...

Hi Bill,

Just to let you know for the past few days I've been unable to access the list on several different computers and instead get a NoSuchTableSqliteError message.

Andrew Bassingthwaighte

Bill Bell said...

Thanks very much for informing me, Andrew. I have rerun the script that failed and led to that fault. However, there must still be something wrong with the system and I will have to watch it more closely over the next few days to determine what is going awry.