Campground Groundsperson

Full Job Description

Work Site Environment
Outdoors
Noisy
Dusty
Hot

Work Setting
Park and recreation sites: Pittock Conservation Area

Tasks
Weed, prune and trim trees and plants
Cut grass
Rake and collect refuse
Remove litter and garbage
Cart and spread topsoil and other materials
Operate and maintain landscape maintenance equipment
Equipment and Machinery Experience
Pick-up truck
Tractor
Tractor mower
Weed trimmer/edger

Security and Safety
Criminal record check
Driver’s validity licence check
Transportation/Travel Information
Valid driver’s licence
Public transportation is not available
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
Repetitive tasks
Physically demanding
Manual dexterity
Attention to detail
Combination of sitting, standing, walking
Bending, crouching, kneeling
Own Tools/Equipment
Steel-toed safety boots
Personal Suitability
Dependability
Effective interpersonal skills
Flexibility
Organized
Reliability
Team player

Seasonal Pipestone Creek Campground Labourer

The County of Grande Prairie builds on its natural environment and the entrepreneurial spirit of its citizens to provide an unmatched quality of life and opportunity for all. We offer a collaborative and dynamic workplace where our values of Trustworthy, Transparent, Respectful, and Collaborative guide our conduct and contribute to a healthy culture.

The Parks & Recreation department is looking for a seasonal labourer to work for the summer at Pipestone Creek Campground. Assisting the Campground Park Host, this position is responsible to clean and maintain washrooms, mowing, campsite maintenance and other outdoor labour work, as required.

Qualifications:

Valid Class 5 Driver’s License and acceptable driver’s abstract;
Experience operating lawn maintenance equipment;
Physically capable for general labour duties;
Ability to deal with members of the public in a professional manner;
Willingness to undertake training in order to meet operational requirements.
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
Ability to work efficiently and still meet County safety standards

The successful applicant will be a team player with good interpersonal, organizational and communication skills. You will be a self-starter who can contribute positively to the team environment.

This position is seasonal until October 15th, 2022. The hours are 40 hours/week, Monday – Friday from 8:00 am 4:30 pm, with some flexibility to work weekends as required.

The County of Grande Prairie recognizes and values the principles of fair hiring practices. We are committed to a respectful and inclusive workplace and welcome applications from all qualified individuals. Should you require accommodation through any stage of the recruitment process, please contact hr@countygp.ab.ca and we will work with you to meet your needs.

This posting may be used for future vacancies or to fill more than one position
This posting may be open until a suitable candidate(s) is/are found.
Please note that once your application is complete, you will receive a confirmation email. If we require any additional information we will contact you. We thank everyone for their application, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Due to the volume of applications received we can only answer questions at the interview stage.

Park Operator, Kikomun Creek Provincial Park

Full Job Description
Would you like to work for the best place on earth? Are you looking to pursue a career in Parks & Recreation? Come and join the team at EK Parks and work in some of British Columbia’s Beautiful Provincial Parks here in the Kootenay’s.

EK Parks is hiring Park Operators for full time seasonal work to join our team in Kikomun Creek Provincial Park located in the beautiful area of Baynes Lake B.C. The position will commence in Mid May- Early June and run through till mid- late September. This is a set days position.

SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES

Clean and maintain park facilities
Garbage and Recyling
Paint/Stain structures and facilities when required
Collection of park fees
Provide site security and enforcement of park policies/ Report incidences and occurences efficiently to Supervisor and/or Manager
Respond to Campers inquiries and provide assistance when needed
Represent EK Parks in a professional manner
Maintain communication with other staff members
Daily completion of paperwork, reservations and cash outs
Beach patrols
Available to work flexible hours
Experience handling cash and record keeping
Drivers license or N driver
Criminal records check for working with youth and the vulnerable
Experience with landscaping and power tools for park maintenance
Fluent in English
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT

Seasonal employment starting immediately.

Hourly Wage

Uniform Provided (Top & Jacket/Vest)

COMPANY INFORMATION

EK Parks is about offering reliable employment for good people by means of managing Provincial Parks in the Kootenay’s in a way that provides a quality recreation experience for all the park users while reflecting the values of BC Parks.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: From $16.00 per hour

Schedule:

10 hour shift
Application deadline: 2022-07-31

https://www.ekparks.com/employment

Parks & Trails Enhancement & Maintenance Worker

Full Job Description
Job Summary

Parks & Trails Enhancement and Maintenance Worker will be responsible for the maintenance and enhancement of Annapolis County owned parks and trails within the County of Annapolis.

Duties and Responsibilities

Scheduled duties assigned by the Lead /hand
Keep parks and trails free of weeds and other vegetation.
Rake pathways as needed.
Greet the public while respecting social distancing.
Prune and brush out area of trails and parks. Mow, weed whip the trails to avoid long grasses within pathway zone.
Redirect any water on trails with training methods – Define pathways along section of the wilderness trails and line with rock.
Clear any culverts of debris to prevent water flow.
Pick up any litter on site and pack out
Tend to garbage and recycling where and when necessary and dispose within protocols.
Drag beaches with gator where and when necessary.
Check on washroom and supply any supplies as necessary. Clean park and trail washroom or areas as per COVID 19 protocols.
Maintain park trail signs and structures such as – stain picnic tables and or benches, paint sign posts and or stain structures, install or reposition signs where necessary and mow lawns.
Assist with recreational programming/events site readiness (lawn care/waste management, set-up & tear down)
To attend all training sessions as required and to adhere to standard operating procedures (SOP’s).
To transport needed tools for the job and to sign out equipment, track and clean.
To wear personal safety equipment as required and part of municipal training safety protocols (for Trail Maintenance tasks includes: first aid kit, sturdy work gloves, and sturdy leather work boots. Tick kits, cell phone.)
To transport aggregate for trail and park improvement.
Other reasonably related duties
Qualifications & Experience:

Completion of Grade 12 or Equivalent; post-secondary in landscaping/horticulture design
Current WHMIS & First Aid
Experience in lawn care, janitorial and facilities maintenance;
Demonstrated ability to operate related equipment safely and efficiently;
Good physical condition and able to perform heavy manual labour;
Experience with and knowledge of the safe operation of lawn mowers, push mowers and whipper snipers
Good working knowledge of Nova Scotia OHS Regulations, as relates to the work involved
Ability to work independently and to accomplish tasks and assignments;
Ability to deal effectively with co-workers and the public;
Good verbal and written communication skills
Have and maintain a valid Class 5 Nova Scotia Driver’s License
Must by fully Vaccinated against Covid-19
Working Conditions

Standard hours of work is Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm, however due to the nature of the operation and assisting with our recreation programming services, availability to work designated weekends and or evenings as required from time to time.
This position may be physically and emotionally demanding and requires an individual who is able to multi-task on a daily basis. It may require lifting heavy objects and repetitive tasks.
Mileage for use of own vehicle is paid according to the municipal rate.
*

Job Type: Seasonal
Contract length: 10 weeks

Salary: $16.85 per hour

Schedule:

8 hour shift
Monday to Friday
Weekend availability

Parks Labourer

One of BC’s Top Employers, the City of Coquitlam offers meaningful career opportunities to make a difference within the local community.  As the sixth largest city in BC, we are home to more than 150,000 residents. Our diverse municipality is a great place to work as it continues to grow through innovative urban design, inspiring arts, culture and recreation programs, and state-of-the-art transportation systems. Our brand is built on managing our resources in a responsible and sustainable manner, while supporting a vibrant, growing regional urban centre.  We envision a bright future in Coquitlam that we hope includes you!

 

We are currently recruiting for self-motivated and responsible team players who are passionate about Coquitlam’s Parks to join our Landscape Division on a Temporary Full Time basis until November 2022!

 

Our 2022 Labourer 2’s must enjoy working outdoors performing regular physical activity that is often repetitive in nature in all types of weather.  Cutting and maintaining lawns and grounds, planting and maintaining perennials and annuals, assisting in the maintenance of various landscaped, horticultural and turf areas in parks and along road boulevards and medians will be expected.

 

Preferred candidates will have relevant work experience involving general labour with landscaping.  Education and training in Horticulture as well as experience with driving a 3-ton truck, operating rotary mowers, line trimmers, chainsaws, and other equipment used in landscaping would be an asset.

 

Requirements include a valid BC Driver’s License (with satisfactory driving record) and completion of a Police Information Check (with no adverse reports).

 

A CUPE hourly rate of $30.30 (2022 rates) is offered.  Temporary full time opportunities provide an additional 6% in lieu of benefits as well as some health and wellness benefits and ability to participate in an earned day off program.  The City has a vaccination policy that is currently suspended.  However, should the policy be reinstated, it will be a requirement for all current and future employees.

 

Good people make Coquitlam great, sign up for career alerts through our recruitment portal to stay up to date about opportunities within our team, or follow us on LinkedIn to learn more about how #YouCouldWorkHere too!

 

Please apply online at www.coquitlam.ca/careers by 11:55 pm on May 18, 2022.

BVPP Trails Supervisor

About Us
The Government of Alberta is committed to a diverse and inclusive public service that reflects the population we serve to best meet the needs of Albertans. Consider joining a team where diversity, inclusion and innovation are valued and supported. For more information on diversity and inclusion, please visit: https://www.alberta.ca/diversity-inclusion-policy.aspx.

 

We support Albertans in being proud stewards of air, land, water, and biodiversity by leading the work required for the desired environmental outcomes and sustainable development of natural resources.

 

For more information about the Ministry of Environment and Parks, please visit our website at: https://www.alberta.ca/environment-and-parks.aspx
Role
Are you an experienced supervisor with a desire to be part of a dynamic team?

This is the position for you!

 

This job is accountable for the planning, supervision and safe implementation of trails and backcountry projects and maintenance in the Evan-Thomas Provincial Recreation Area, Bow Valley, Bow Valley Wildland and portions of Spray Valley Provincial Parks. To be effective, the position must ensure open and effective communication with colleagues and stakeholders, train and mentor permanent and wage staff in the use of high consequence equipment with a focus on OH&S safe work practices, maintain buildings, equipment and vehicles in their program area, have a good understanding of federal and provincial policies and legislation that influence their program area and complete myriad administrative duties including staff recruitment, performance management, contract management and stakeholder meetings. This ensures that clients in the busiest Park Region in Alberta have an exceptional and safe recreation experience.

As a Bow Valley Trails Supervisor you will:

Identifies, designs, implements and/or supervises construction of new or replacement trails and backcountry infrastructure including trails, bridges, walkways, retaining walls and backcountry campgrounds facilities.
Planning, ordering and implementation of trails and backcountry signage systems.
Planning, coordination and supervision backcountry helicopter operations related to maintenance and development.
Coordination, supervision, transportation and use of machinery and equipment such as snowcats, skid steers, track hoes, back hoes, front-end loaders, tractor, snowmobiles and other hand tools, in delivery of summer and winter trial operations, including 60 km of Nordic and fat bike grooming and tracksetting.
Recruitment, training, development and scheduling of program staff including seasonal wage employees with a focus on adherence and development of OH&S safe work practices.
Coordination of vehicle, building and equipment maintenance in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications.
Liaising with commercial industry, volunteer and interest groups on projects, including inspection or supervision of contracted services for trails and backcountry campgrounds.
Assisting Provincial GIS and Ecology colleagues with maintaining accurate inventory of trails and backcountry assets and public engagement with asset conditions through web and social media.
Be responsible for trails information reporting both internally and publically through the AlbertaParks.ca website
Daily contact with direct reports in regards to program supervision and training, and weekly interaction with colleagues in regards to coordination of operations. Monthly interaction with direct-to-crown and agency volunteers and semi-annual interaction with Canadian Birkebeiner Society in regards to program coordination
Qualifications
Education:

Two-year technical diploma in a related field plus 1 years experience

 

Equivalency: Directly related education or experience considered on the basis of:

1 year of education for 1 year of experience; or
1 year of experience for 1 year of education.
Requirements:

Class 3 Driver’s License
Skilled trades training
Additional assets:

Preference will also be considered for candidates that have:

Expertise with relevant tools, equipment and machinery, excellent knowledge of snow science, construction systems, OH&S and supervisory training, and understanding of project management and excellent written and oral skills.
APS Competencies
Competencies are behaviors that are essential to reach our goals in serving Albertans. We encourage you to have an in depth understanding of the competencies that are required for this opportunity and to be prepared to demonstrate them during the recruitment process. The link below will assist you with understanding competencies: https://www.alberta.ca/assets/documents/psc-alberta-public-service-competency-model.pdf

 

How Competencies will apply to this role:
Systems Thinking – You will have an understanding of how your role impacts working with others to see the larger picture of overseeing the environmental well-being in Alberta.

 

Build Collaborative Environments – You will use effective negotiation and facilitation skills to bring resolution to complex issues among diverse group/individuals.

 

Drive for Results – Using your strong communication, leadership and interpersonal skills, you will develop and deliver understandable scientific information to key stakeholders, the scientific community, public audiences, and senior executives in government.
Salary
$2,191.49 – $2,830.64 bi-weekly ($57,197.88 to $73,879.70 Per Year)
Notes
This is a full-time permanent position
40 hours per week.

Links and information on what the GoA has to offer to prospective employees.

 

Working for the Alberta Public Service – https://www.alberta.ca/advantages-working-for-alberta-public-service.aspx
Pension plans: Public Service Pension Plan (PSPP) – https://www.pspp.ca
Management Employees Pension Plan (MEPP) – https://www.mepp.ca
Leadership and mentorship programs
Professional learning and development
Positive workplace culture and work-life balance
How To Apply
Click on the “Apply Now” button.

 

Candidates are required to apply for a job online. Please visit https://www.alberta.ca/navigating-online-jobs-application.aspx to learn more about creating a candidate profile and other tips for the Government of Alberta’s online application system.

 

If you are not currently an employee with the Government of Alberta, the first step in applying for a job is creating your candidate profile within our online application system, click here to access the main log in page where you are able to ‘Create an account’, reset your password (‘Forgot your password’) or ‘Sign  In’ should you already have an account.

 

Existing employees should access the Career tile in 1GX to submit their application in order to be recognized as an internal applicant.

 

Once you have created your candidate profile, visit the Alberta Public Service job site to apply for jobs at https://www.alberta.ca/alberta-public-service-jobs.aspx

 

Tips for applicants: https://www.alberta.ca/alberta-public-service-hiring-process.aspx

 

Resources for applicants:

 

https://www.alberta.ca/apply-for-jobs-with-the-alberta-public-service.aspx
https://www.alberta.ca/alberta-public-service-hiring-process.aspx
https://alis.alberta.ca/look-for-work/
It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) https://www.alberta.ca/iqas-overview.aspx. Applicants are encouraged to include the assessment certificate from IQAS or any other educational assessment service as part of their application.
Closing Statement
This competition may be used to fill future vacancies, across the Government of Alberta, at the same or lower classification level.

 

We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to determine which candidates’ qualifications most closely match the advertised requirements. Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

If you require any further information on this job posting or a copy of the role profile, and/or require a disability related accommodation during the recruitment process, please contact Samantha Kith at Samantha.Kith@gov.ab.ca.

 

If this competition is closed as per the closing date noted above, please continue to check http://www.jobs.alberta.ca for a listing of current career opportunities with the Government of Alberta.

Park Works Supervisor

PK2 Park Works Supervisor 2

Departmental

 

Department of Environment, Climate and Parks

Park Operations, Parks & Trails

Turtle Mountain MB

Advertisement Number: 39074

Salary(s):   PK2 $1,617.60 – $1,904.80 bi-weekly

Closing Date:   May 5, 2022

The Manitoba government recognizes the importance of building an exemplary public service reflective of the citizens it serves, where diverse abilities, backgrounds, cultures, identities, languages and perspectives drives a high standard of service and innovation. The Manitoba government supports equitable employment practices and promotes representation of designated groups (women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities).

Employment Equity is a factor in selection for this competition. Consideration will be given to women, Indigenous people, visible minorities and persons with disabilities.

An eligibility list may be created for 6 months for similar positions with Parks in the Turtle Mountain Park District.

Manitoba Parks is seeking a qualified individual to fill a Park Works Supervisor 2 (PK2) position based out of Turtle Mountain Provincial Park , located south of Boissevain, Manitoba.

Conditions of Employment:

Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
Must possess and maintain a valid Manitoba Class 5 driver’s licence
Must have a Class 2 Water Treatment , Class 1 Water Distribution and Wastewater Certification or be willing and able to acquitre and maintain within 3 years of the employment start date Must have Grade 12 or GED diploma as it is pre-requisite for obtaining certification
Must be able to wear personnel protective equipment as/when required.
Must be physically able to perform the duties and responsibilities of this position which may require some moderate lifting, bending, walking and working in various types of outdoor conditions
Must be ready, willing and able to work extended hours and/or be called out evenings/weekends/ statutory holidays as well as work in other outlying areas in the region
Qualifications:
Essential:

Experience coordinating and supervising the maintenance and operations of facilities and/or grounds
Experience supervising staff
Strong Interpersonal skills for developing and maintaining positive working relationships with the public and staff
Strong organizational and time management skills including the ability to plan and prioritize complex and changing workloads to meet strict deadlines.
Ability to work independently and effectively under minimal supervision
Experience in the operation and maintenance of equipment (such as trucks, trailers, ride on mowers and small hand held equipment)
Experience with cost estimates and inventory
Experience with Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulations
Desired:Experience in the operation and maintenance of public water and wastewater systems
Duties:
Reporting to the Park Work Supervisor 3 (PK3), the incumbent is responsible assisting in the planning, coordination, implementation and supervision of maintenance, operations and construction activities within Turtle Mountain, William Lake and occasionally other Provincial Parks/North American Game Warden Museum/Wildlife Management areas within the Region. The incumbent’s responsibilities will include: operation and/or maintenance of 145 transient and seasonal campsites found within 3 campgrounds and 2 cottage sub-divisions comprised of over 38 cottages; maintenance and/or operation of water and sewer systems, garbage/recycling program, buildings, roads, a mechanical shop, a carpentry shop, winter and summer recreation areas.

Recreation and Parks Operator

The Town of Coaldale is an emerging community located in the heart of southern Alberta. With a variety of recreational facilities and a diversity of amenities and tourist attractions, our municipality combines the benefits of small-town living with the service provision of larger urban centers.

 

POSITION SUMMARY 

The Recreation and Parks Operator carries out maintenance duties for all recreation facilities, parks and green spaces associated with the Town.  Some interdepartmental overlap is necessary. The working hours of this position will vary depending on the season.  Shift work is a requirement of this position. Starting wage for this position will be $25.06/hr-$28.86/hr depending on skills/experience.

 

JOB DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Assist in the operation and maintenance of Town recreation and parks facilities on a regular basis.
  • This position will reside mostly in the arena from October to March of each year and will be tasked with recreation-related work.  During the months of April to September, this position will be in parks and tasked with parks-related work.
  • Carry out maintenance responsibilities for park facilities, green spaces and equipment, including, but not limited to: turf maintenance, filling gopher holes, maintaining irrigation and other parks infrastructure.
  • Make and maintain ice for the arena and maintain arena facilities.
  • Assist in making regular checks, and assist in undertaking minor repairs and standard maintenance procedures to, Town recreation facilities and related equipment.
  • Ensure recreation facilities and grounds are cleaned on a regular basis.
  • Operate assigned equipment such as but not limited to lawnmowers, weed whips, light tractors, snow blowers, single-axle trucks, Zamboni, etc.
  • Install, maintain, operate and repair irrigation systems at Town parks and green spaces.
  • Water, fertilize and seed boulevards, parks, flower beds, lawns, shrubs and trees.
  • Preparation, planting and maintenance of flowerbeds, shrubs and trees at various Town parks, green areas and grounds.
  • Adhere to Town safety regulations and procedures.
  • Identify and report safety concerns or hazards that are encountered in Town facilities or on Town properties.
  • Perform other duties as required.

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • High School Diploma or G.E.D.
  • Minimum one year experience in similar setting.
  • Valid Class 5 Operator’s License.
  • Ability to work independently as well as within a team.

 

Considered assets but willing to train the right applicant:

  • Arena Operator 1 Certification.
  • Pool Operator 1 Certification.
  •  Parks & Sports Field 1 Certification.
  • WHMIS

 

 

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Interested applicants can submit their resume kiana@upsourcedhr.com indicating they are applying for the Recreation/Parks Operator position.

Park Maintenance Worker

The Park Maintenance Worker 2 carries out a number of general and specialized laboring tasks as well as ongoing maintenance.  This position also provides routine information to visitors and patrols park areas to assist with ensuring the safety and security of park visitors and the protection of natural park environments and park facilities.

This position requires an acceptable criminal record check. The applicant/incumbent will be required to undergo a criminal record check in order to work in this position and to report to their supervisor if any criminal charges are laid against them that may be related to their employment in this position.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Performs day to day maintenance components and regular operational work.
  • Continually identifies, assesses and makes recommendations to mitigate potential park and trail risks and concerns.
  • Responsible for routine clean-up of all park facilities and grounds.
  • Assists with developing priorities by planning, organizing and implementing daily, weekly and seasonal work tasks and schedules.
  • Patrols and inspects park areas for cleanliness, hazards, repairs, security and park protection.
  • Picks up and disposes of garbage, litter and debris and cleans and removes graffiti.
  • Cleans and opens washrooms and facilities and re-stocks as required.
  • Assists in construction and maintenance of park facilities and grounds, ensuring all work is performed in a safe manner in accordance with WorkSafe BC and safety regulations.
  • Monitors parks and trail conditions and conducts necessary repairs and maintenance as required.
  • Performs routine vegetation management and routine re-vegetation.
  • Provides information to park visitors and enforces park regulations as required in a positive, courteous and professional manner.
  • Assists with bylaw enforcement by investigating and reporting bylaw infractions, and issuing warning tickets and Municipal Ticket Information tickets.
  • Liaises with CRD Bylaw Enforcement Officers to exchange bylaw information.
  • Ensures accurate and timely completion of various recording and reporting forms.
  • Assists park user groups with special event set-up requirements and conducts site inspections.
  • Assists other staff and works cooperatively with volunteers and partners.
  • Operates a variety of CRD vehicles, trailers and equipment.
  • Performs routine pool water tests and records daily readings.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

Qualifications

  • Completion of Grade 12, plus a minimum of one year of directly related experience.
  • Pool Operator Level 1 and 2 or willing to obtain.
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written), interpersonal and customer service skills are required.
  • Knowledge of the methods, techniques, materials, tools and equipment commonly used in such parks work as construction, horticulture, landscaping and general maintenance and development activities.
  • Good knowledge of safety precautions required in the use of service vehicles, power driven horticultural equipment, chain saws, and other potentially hazardous hand tools.
  • Basic knowledge of recreation activities common to community and regional park areas.
  • Ability to perform a variety of skilled manual tasks requiring the use of independent judgement and action in the construction and maintenance of community and regional parks.
  • Ability to operate and maintain service vehicles as well as other power driven machinery and equipment commonly found in community and regional parks operations.
  • The ability to work with some independence as well as part of a team while demonstrating initiative to provide practical solutions to operational problems that arise.
  • Ability to maintain routine records and log book entries related to work activities.
  • Knowledge and understanding of WorkSafeBC practices/protocols, Workers’ Compensation Act and OH&S Regulations and other relevant safety statutes.
  • Training in S-100 Basic Fire Suppression and Safety, Bylaw Enforcement and Chainsaw Safety and Use is required.
  • The selected candidate will also be required to provide a driver’s abstract.
  • Physically fit and able to perform heavy manual outdoor work in all types of weather conditions.
  • Must possess a valid BC Driver’s Licence.

To keep our employees, customers, and the communities we serve safe, the CRD has introduced an employee mandatory vaccination policy intended to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.  As such, the CRD requires proof of being fully vaccinated as a condition of employment.

To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and covering letter online at www.crd.bc.ca under “Careers”.

The CRD thanks you for your interest, only those candidates under active consideration will be contacted.

Park Works Supervisor 2

Park Works Supervisor 2

PK2 Park Works Supervisor 2

Departmental

50 Weeks

Department of Conservation and Climate

Manitoba Parks, Parks and Resource Protection

Spruce Woods Provincial Park MB

Advertisement Number: 38607

Salary(s):   PK2 $1,617.60 – $1,904.80 bi-weekly

Closing Date:   February 4, 2022

The Manitoba government recognizes the importance of building an exemplary public service reflective of the citizens it serves, where diverse abilities, backgrounds, cultures, identities, languages and perspectives drives a high standard of service and innovation. The Manitoba government supports equitable employment practices and promotes representation of designated groups (women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities).

Employment Equity is a factor in selection for this competition. Consideration will be given to women, Indigenous people, visible minorities and persons with disabilities.

An eligibility list may be created for similar positions and will remain in effect for 6 months.

Manitoba Parks is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Park Works Supervisor 2 (PK2) based out of Spruce Woods Provincial Park. The incumbent will be required to travel within the park as well as to Criddle Vane and Seton Provincial Park and to Holland wayside.  Occassionally required to travel to other provincial parks or wayside areas within the region.

Conditions of Employment:

Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
Must possess and maintain a valid Full Stage Manitoba Class 5 driver’s license and be willing and able to acquire and maintain a valid full stage Manitoba Class 3 driver’s license with air brake endorsement within one (1) year.
Must have Class 1 Water Distribution and Class 1 Wastewater Treatment  and Collection Certification or be willing and able to acquire and maintain certification within three (3) years of the employment start date. In order to register for courses to obtain certification Grade 12 education, GED diploma or approved apprenticeship completion is a pre-requisite.
Must be able to work with paints, solvents and chemicals as/when required.
Must be physically able to perform the duties of this position which may include lifting light and heavy items, bending, reaching, and standing for long periods of time, work in outdoor conditions.
Must be able to wear personal protective equipment as/when required.
Must be ready, willing and able to work extended hours and/or be called out evenings/weekends/statutory holidays as well as travel and work in other outlying areas in the Region.

Qualifications:
Essential:

Experience in the supervision and coordination of maintenance, operation and/or construction activities of facilities
Experience supervising staff including providing training, guidance and direction
Strong Interpersonal skills with the ability to deal effectively with staff, the general public and stakeholders
Experience organizing, planning and prioritizing a complex and changing workload
Ability to solve problems and make sound decisions
Experience in project management including cost estimating, financial control, purchasing and inventory management
Experience operating, maintaining and repairing maintenance equipment (such as trucks, trailers, tractors, loaders, mowers, ATV/UTV and other heavy equipment
Strong verbal communication skills
Strong written communication skills
Desired:Knowledge of Workplace Health Safety Acts and Regulations
Experience in the maintenance and operation of water and wastewater distribution and collection systems
Duties:
Reporting to the Park Works Supervisor 3 ( PK3), the incumbent is responsible for the planning, coordination, implementation and supervision of maintenance, operations and construction activities within the Spruce Woods District made up of Spruce Woods, Criddle Vane and Seton Provincial Parks and Holland wayside.  Occassionally other provincial parks or wayside areas within the region. The incumbent responsibilities may include: operation and/or maintenance of approximately 275 campsites, operation and/or maintenance of yurts, water and wastewater systems, garbage/recycling program, buildings, roads, a shop for minor mechanical repairs and carpentry projects, winter and summer recreation areas which includes snowmobile, x-country ski and ATV/UTV trails, hiking trails, canoe routes, beaches, day/group use areas, boat launches, backcountry and cultural and historic sites.

Apply to:
Advertisement # 38607
Service Centre 2
Human Resource Services
360-1395 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, MB , R3G 3P2
Phone:  204-945-7182
Fax: 204-948-2841
Email: govjobs@gov.mb.ca

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Applicants may request reasonable accommodation related to the materials or activities used throughout the selection process. When applying to this position, please indicate the advertisement number and position title in the subject line and/or body of your email. Your cover letter, resumé and/or application must clearly indicate how you meet the qualifications.

Please be advised that job competitions may be grieved and appealed by internal applicants. Should a selection grievance be filed, information from the competition file will be provided to the grievor’s representative or the grievor, if unrepresented. Personal information irrelevant to the grievance and other information protected under legislation will be redacted.

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.