Coordinator, Vegetation Maintenance

We’re BC Hydro and we have a big job to do.

Keeping the lights on for over 4 million people across the province takes a lot of talented people doing
many different jobs. From working deep in a generating station, atop a power pole, or behind a desk,
whatever it is that makes you tick we offer challenging careers to help you reach your potential.
We’re investing more than $2 billion per year in major capital infrastructure projects to help meet the
growing demand for safe, reliable power. We’re upgrading transmission lines, building new substations, and investing in our hydroelectric generation facilities.

We aim to provide meaningful and challenging work, opportunities for growth and a healthy work/life balance. We’ve been recognized for excellence and been named one of B.C.’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers.

It’s our vision to be the most trusted, innovative utility company in North America by being smart about power in all we do.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Duties:

Performs a variety of technical, planning and administrative functions related to integrated
vegetation management by collecting and analyzing data, drafting and implementing work plans
and prescriptions, developing annual and long term management plans and site specific
prescriptions based on inventories, species, species diversification, growth rates and
environmental sensitivities; provides technical guidance and administers a variety of special
vegetation management programs; investigates tree related incidents and analyzes tree failure;
assists in the evaluation of vegetation risk in relation to circuit priority, public safety, etc. and
establishes action thresholds.

Performs a variety of complex contract administration functions by estimating costs, preparing
comprehensive specifications and tender documents, evaluating tenders, preparing purchase
requisitions, conducting pre-job meetings, approving progress payments; ensures the optimum
use of contractor crews and equipment; assesses and evaluates contractor performance for future
reference.

Directs, monitors and inspects contractor crews to ensure that work is in compliance with
specifications, proper arboriculture standards and current best practices; ensures contracts meet
all safety and environmental compliance needs.

Responds to a variety of customer inquiries and complaints to vegetation management activities;
liaises with a variety of First Nations, internal/external groups and agencies related to vegetation
management work and issues; participates in community and outreach programs to ensure BC
Hydro information is distributed within the community; negotiates tree removal and related issues
with the public; resolves claims related to vegetation management work.

Performs related activities such as surveying, tendering and contract administration of road
access installations and improvements and other non-vegetation activities.
Provides technical assistance on and assesses and administers a variety of special projects and
programs associated with the maintenance of transmission and distribution line R/W’s and
corridors.

Establishes and maintains a variety of records such as work inventories, specifications, historical
records, etc.

Assists the Manager in the preparation of operating budgets by preparing annual work plan,
assessing costs of planned projects and programs and analyzing monthly variance statements;
prepares maintenance activity summary reports.

Utilizes a variety of computer programs to develop, implement and monitor integrated vegetation
management programs.

Provides technical advice and guidance to management related to resolving vegetation and
operational and maintenance related problems; directs and coordinates activities of vegetation
process resources during major weather events.

May provide technical advice, guidance and direction to contractors’ crews engaged in non-
vegetation related activities; may operate a variety of small vegetation control equipment.

Performs duties of a minor nature related to the above duties which do not affect the rating of the
job.

Qualifications:

Successful completion a Diploma in Forestry, Horticulture or Environmental studies from an
institute of technology or equivalent.

Must be eligible for registration with the International Society of Arboriculture as a Certified
Arborist and as a Certified Utility Specialist. Completion of a variety of internal BC Hydro courses
related to contract administration and environmental issues. Training on BC Hydro computer
applications including MS Office, MS Word, Excel, Access, TSO, FSO, BMS, CICS.

Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in utility vegetation management is a requirement.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

This position is affiliated with the Movement of United Professionals union (MoveUP/COPE).
http://moveuptogether.ca

This is a Full-Time Regular (FTR) opportunity on the team and is headquartered in Terrace.

The role is based out of Terrace and the service territory area extends west to Prince Rupert,
east to Topley, north to Tatogga Lake and south to Kitimat.

This location is eligible for a Remote Incentive of 6%. Remote Incentives are paid bi-weekly to
Full-Time Regular employees working in eligible remote locations.

This location is eligible for Extended Health Care Medical Travel Benefit. The Extended Health
Care Medical Travel Benefit is extended to Full-Time Regular, Part-Time Regular and Full-Time
Temporary employees who are permanenty working in eligible remote locations.

A condition of employment in this role is that you maintain your Class 5 Driver’s License in good standing.

In reference to the BC Hydro courses we would also be willing to look at equivalent courses
completed at another organization.

As part of the selection process, applicants may be required to take a written test/assessment
during the interview.

Frequent exposure to field work. Up to 80% of time spent in the field in urban, rural and
wilderness areas. Exposed to all weather conditions, works in construction areas and walks over
rough terrain in wilderness areas on a regular basis. May use helicopters in inspection work.
Some exposure to wild animals and dogs. Drives a 4X4 on back roads as well as ATV and
snowmobile in a right of way wilderness setting. Will require physical exertion such as hiking and
snowshoeing.

May be required to spend up to 50 nights a year away from home. Occasional exposure to irate
customers. Some exposure to hazardous materials.

Experience with Veg-Net, Collector, Field Maps would be preferred.

Will require work away from main office and reporting location. Will include nights away from
home base. Will require physical exertion such as hiking, snowshoeing & ATV usage. Field data
collection done through use of tablets so knowledge and experience performing these tasks will
be a benefit.

BC Hydro conducts pre-placement medical checks of applicants entering certain positions to
help safeguard BC Hydro’s workplace. As part of the selection process, you may be required to
demonstrate successful completion of a pre-placement medical check.

Please be advised that this role has been assessed as safety sensitive and pre-qualification
alcohol and drug testing will be required as a pre-condition to employment.

We’re always looking for exceptional people to bring new ideas, fresh thinking and the motivation
to help shape the electricity system in B.C. It’s an exciting time to be a part of our team as we
invest in our system and prepare to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

Our values guide our work. Want to join us?

We are safe.
We are here for our customers.
We are one team.
We include everyone.
We act with integrity and respect.
We are forward thinking.

BC Hydro is an equal opportunity employer.

We include everyone. We welcome applications from anyone, including members of visible
minorities, women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual
orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively
engage with diverse communities.

We are also happy to provide reasonable accommodations throughout the selection process and
while working at BC Hydro. If you require support applying online because you are a person with a
disability, please contact us at Recruitmenthelp@
HOW TO APPLY

Don’t forget to update your Candidate Profile with your current resume and copies of your
certifications. If applicable, include your Trades Qualification. This will ensure we have all the
necessary information to assess your application without any delays.

Mountain Operations Manager

Why join us?

We work and play in Canada’s most beautiful playground, Banff National Park, and you can too. Sunshine Village is the premier ski resort in Western Canada. If you want to be part of making our guests’ ski experience unforgettable and think a winter season skiing and riding on the best powder in the Rockies would be great too, then read on for more information…

The Perks: 

FREE – Your staff pass is your ticket to ride Sunshine!
Ski & Ride – Free days & discounts at resorts across Canada
Staff Events – Staff parties, BBQs, spring night skiing, dog sledding, ice climbing & more
Career – Recognition programs & Career development opportunities

Wellness – discounted fitness passes, yoga, onsite support & professional support
Onsite discounts – Food & beverage, retail, & hotel stays
Exclusive deals – Brand-named gear & local businesses

And much, much more!

Description

The Mountain Operations Manager is in a visible leadership role and maintains a high-functioning work environment, providing an outstanding experience for guests by directing the safe reliable, and efficient actions of the on-mountain operations departments: Ski Patrol, Snow Safety, Slopes (Snowmaking, Slope Grooming, Trail Crew), Terrain Parks, Dispatch, Security. This role oversees public risk management programming at the Resort, primarily within the Ski Area boundary, and in compliance with industry standards and legal requirements. The Mountain Operations Manager reports to the VP of Mountain Operations and Maintenance, and liaises frequently with all resort departments, Parks Canada, vendors, legal and insurance representatives, and other contracted personnel.

Job Functions

  • Undertaking and ensuring planned, organized, and timely scheduled inspections of all slopes are carried out, including performing urgent/spot inspections and corrective actions, where required.
  • Taking an active role when required for urgent work, participating in work performed by responsible departments, along with overseeing and managing actions of employees in those departments.
  • Attention to detail in critical aspects of operations and risk management using the key result areas is required.
  • Managing budgets, inventory, supplies, staffing, project work, and implementing cost controls.

Administrative and Reporting Responsibilities:
– Ensuring adequate documentation is completed in a timely manner e.g., daily reports, explosives logs, employee training, preventative maintenance records, incident reports, certifications, permits.
– Policy and procedure development, aligned with guidance from experience at the Resort, best practices in the resort management industry, and legal and insurance requirements.
– Maintain effective schedules to meet business needs and alter staffing levels accordingly.
– Ensure tasks and assignments are properly allocated to primary reporting departments, and others.
– Be involved, where required, in payroll, department performance appraisals, hiring, corrective action, terminations incident investigation, worksite inspections and guest recovery.
– Effectively communicate, support, and adhere to all initiatives, policy/procedures, regulations, and certifications e.g., Building, Fire, Electrical Codes, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Regulations and Code, National Parks Act and Regulations, Alpine Responsibility Code.
– Other duties may be requested and assigned from time to time.
Experience/Requirements

  • Previous leadership role in mountain resort operations and in a senior leadership role (5-8 years preferred).
  • Current, advanced Wilderness First Aid (80 hrs), or equivalent, and CPR level C or HCP required.
  • Avalanche skills Training Level 1 (minimum) from the Canadian Avalanche Association.
  • Proven ability to lead a team, be self-motivated, and work effectively individually or in a team.
  • Valid Alberta vehicle operator’s license.
  • Able to operate snowmobile, highway vehicle/other industrial equipment, basic hand tools and equipment e.g., drills, saws, wrenches
  • Ability to utilize computers and Microsoft Office suite of products e.g., Sharepoint, Excel, Word, Outlook.
  • Professional radio communication skills and etiquette required at all times.
  • Prepared to work flexible schedules e.g., weekends, holidays, nights, extended hours
  • Prepared to work outdoors in all weather conditions e.g., appropriate footwear, layers, gloves
  • Approachable and courteous while being calm under pressure and patient.
  • Communicate effectively in English, both written and verbally.
  • Able to work in a confidential capacity.
  • Maintain professional conduct on or off-duty, and when knowingly acting as a company representative.
  • Effectively provide training, support, and assistance to responsible departments, and others.
  • Conduct, attend and actively participate in meetings and training inside and outside of departments.
  • Must be neat, alert, punctual and dependable.

Additional Considerations

  • Employees must always be of sound mind, exhibit good judgment, and report to work fit for duty.
  • This position requires the ability to stand for long periods of time, constant trunk rotation, frequent lifting, pushing/pulling, and tools (up to 45 kg). Frequent climbing of ladders or inclined stairs up to 5m, occasionally up to 40m. Must be able to hike and move around easily in a remote, alpine environment.
  • Ability to ski at an advanced level is required. Skiing or snowboarding for work requires completion of a competency test, skiing and riding professionally, and is restricted to designated runs.
  • Skiing or snowboarding equipment used for work must be in good operating condition, meet
  • Sunshine Village Equipment requirements, and will be tested throughout the season.
  • Snowmobile, UTV, and vehicle operation for work requires completion of a training program and competency assessment.
  • Working at heights is required.
  • This role operates and works around machinery, moving equipment, pressurized electrical systems, and explosives.
  • This role handles sensitive, confidential Company information, and the ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality is required at all times.
  • Uniform pieces (liner, outer jacket, outer pants, toque, collared shirt) are provided.
  • Candidates are required to provide CSA approved safety footwear.
  • This role has some exposure to industrial chemicals e.g., solvents, oils, grease.

Regional Coordinator: Parks Planning & Operations

Community:
Clyde River
Reference number:
13-506821
Type of employment:
Indeterminate
Type of Employment 2:
(If there is no successful Nunavut Inuit, this position will be offered as a 3 year term.)
Union Status:
This position is included in the Nunavut Employees Union
Salary:
$95,882.00
Northern Allowance:
$22,978.00
No staff housing available
This employment opportunity is open to all applicants.

Reporting to the Manager, Parks Planning and Establishment, working with The Parks & Special Places Division, is the lead Territorial agency responsible for the protection of natural and cultural heritage landscapes and recreation opportunities in Nunavut. The Division contributes to the conservation and sustainable management of natural and cultural heritage through land use planning, development review, community engagement programs and policy development while recognizing the importance for conservation, recreation, tourism, economic development and heritage appreciation and ensuring these benefits are maximized for Inuit.

The Regional Coordinator Park Planning & Operations will organize, conduct and consolidate research to plan and manage parks and special places; Coordinates the Capital Planning Program and manages its implementation; Coordinates Regional operations of Nunavut Parks and Special Places; Supports the Manager and Division with development and implementation of programs. Travel is required throughout the Territory.

An in-depth knowledge and appreciation of Nunavut’s economic, social, cultural and political, in relation to parks, tourism and the Nunavut Agreement is beneficial to be successful in this position. The incumbent must be able to take the lead with project management to initiate, manage, lead and complete projects. Proficiency in software products such as word processing, spreadsheets and communications. The ability to possess a valid Firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL) and Wilderness First Aid certificate.

The knowledge, skills, and abilities required for this job are obtained through an Undergraduate Degree in landscape architecture, environmental planning and design, environmental studies or geography, with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience coordinating and organizing one or more natural resource management or environmental planning agencies including park management planning and related tourism initiatives in individual and committee settings.

The Official Languages of Nunavut are Inuktut, English and French.

Fluency in more than one of Nunavut’s official language is an asset.

Equivalencies that consist of an acceptable combination of education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.

Community awareness, fluency in Inuktitut, knowledge of environmental characteristics of the Nunavut Settlement Area, relevant northern experience and knowledge of the Inuit Impacts and Benefits Agreement (IIBA) and Nunavut Agreement (NA) will be considered assets.

Knowledge of Inuit language, communities, culture, land and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit is an asset.

An eligibility list will be created to fill future vacancies.

If you are interested in applying for this job, please email your cover letter and resume to Igloolik_hr@gov.nu.ca Please include the REFERENCE # in the subject line of your email.

The Government of Nunavut is committed to creating a more representative workforce so it can better understand and serve the needs of Nunavummiut. Priority will be given to Nunavut Inuit.
Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Nunavut Priority Hiring Policy.
Employment in some positions requires an acceptable criminal record check. Possession of a criminal record will not necessarily disqualify candidates from further consideration.
Eligibility list may be created to fill future vacancies.
Job descriptions may be obtained by fax, email or on the website.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Contact:
Department of Human Resources (Igloolik)
Government of Nunavut
P.O. Box 239
Igloolik, Nunavut X0A 0L0
Phone: 867-934-2025
Toll free: 1-800-682-9033
Fax: 867-934-2027
Email: Igloolik_hr@gov.nu.ca
www.gov.nu.ca/human-resources

Expeditor

Blachford Lake Lodge is an upscale Northern fly-in wilderness resort, located 100km east of Yellowknife in Canada’s Northwest Territories. In the heart of the Canadian wilderness, the lodge is comprised of 5 lodge rooms and 5 guest cabins. While at the lodge, guests can enjoy a variety of seasonal activities as well as the best Northern Lights viewing in the world. Winter guest activities include, but are not limited to cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, hiking, skating, ice fishing, hockey, handicrafts, wildlife tracks, aurora viewing and other winter activities. In the summer guest activities include, but are not limited to fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, shore lunches, fall aurora viewing, and hiking.

As the Expediter, it is your responsibility to provide expediting services to ensure the timely purchase and supply of goods to a remote wilderness lodge. You will be responsible for the planning, booking and coordination of air charters to the lodge and assist in many aspects of services in Yellowknife to ensure the continued operations for the lodge. You will provide guest services at departures and arrivals at air charters. You will assist in related special projects as requested by the Lodge Owner.

It is your attention to details and commitment to first-class service and hospitality that will provide all guests with a superior Blachford Lake Lodge experience. You are passionate about Canada’s North, backcountry wilderness, eco-friendly and sustainable living practices, and you enjoy sharing experiences with guests. You make each guest feel welcome and strive to make them each feel special, comfortable, relaxed, safe, taken care of, and right at home. You recognize that each guest is an individual and has unique needs, values, and behavior styles. It is your mission to understand and learn about each guest on the site so that you can find ways to add value to their individual experience at Blachford Lake Lodge. You recognize that some guests may appear “high maintenance,” but you see these people as an opportunity for you to practice your patience and understanding so that you can contribute positively to their vacation.

You will work closely, in partnership with the Lodge Manager, Chef, Expediting team, and Office Staff to complete your job.

To be provided prior to starting the position: Criminal Record Check, Drivers Abstract, and Class 5 license, proof of covid vaccine

Your job responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Expediting: Receive orders from the Lodge Manager

o Purchase, order, package, and label goods for the Lodge

· Liaise with a wide variety of vendors in Yellowknife and elsewhere

· Liaise with the Chef on grocery orders to provide delivery instructions to the vendor, confirm receipt and if needed purchase some grocery items

· Provide information to the Lodge Manager on delays in supply of goods requested

· Receive and deal with goods from the Lodge such as garbage, recycling, items for repair, water samples

· Assist in determining fuel needs in cooperation with the Lodge Owner and Lodge Manager
Order fuels (propane, gas, diesel and pellets) in liaison with the Lodge Owner and Lodge Manager

· Maintain inventory of fuels for space available on air charters if financial flow allows

o Fuel orders all done by Lodge Manager

Logistics: Monitor Excel Booking and Additional Notes spreadsheets from the Office to determine aircraft needs

· Plan and book air charters based on information from the Office Manager, Lodge Manager and Lodge Owner

· Prepare passenger and freight manifests for aircraft to send to Air Charter Companies and designated Lodge staff. Manifests to be done 48 hours prior to departure

· Provide the BLL team with weekly air charter status emails especially for freight space available

· Ensure efficient use of all air charters

· Receive weather report from the Lodge Manager for the pilots

· Provide Lodge Manager with actual departure time via phone call as per BLL protocol

· Provide advice to the BLL Team on air charters such as choice of aircraft, freeze up and breakup, aircraft capacity, aircraft prices.

Guest Services:

· Manage and maintain the inventory of winter clothing for guests traveling to the lodge in the winter

· Maintain order and cleaning in the winter clothing room

· Provide winter clothing at departure to guests or deliver to the guests’ hotel based on advance information on rental requests from the Office.

· Receive returned clothing and dry, maintain and clean including regular laundering of the small items (mitts, hats and neck warmers).

· Greet guests at aircraft base and provide interpretive and informational comments to guests.

· Tag departing guest bags with Lodge room luggage tags

· Liaise with air charter staff, pilots and ramp staff for final manifests of passengers and freight.

· Assist guests to board the aircraft

· Greet returning guests’ aircraft, provide local information, receive luggage and call taxis or liaise with other transportation services. On occasion, provide transportation for guests.

· Assist with booking additional touring and accommodation, when necessary (such as result from aircraft delays due to weather)

Contractor, Volunteer and Staff Services:

· Liaise with incoming volunteers and staff to provide winter gear and information on aircraft departures when needed

· Liaise with the Lodge Owner, Volunteer Coordinator, Lodge Manager and Office Manager on space on aircraft for contractors, volunteers and staff for departures, returns and breaks in Yellowknife

Financial responsibilities:

· Purchase or order goods as requested

· Provide invoicing and payment requirements to vendors

Risk Management:

· Reflect at all times a commitment to risk management and safety

· Report any unsafe conditions to the Systems/Operations Manager and follow up to ensure that they are taken care of

· Always air on the side of caution

· Demonstrate good skill and safe practice when operating all company equipment

Team Work/Communication:

· Communicate with all staff on a daily basis about upcoming guests, and groups

· Resolve team conflict respectfully and effectively

Hospitality:

· Genuine Care

o Demonstrate high levels of energy and enthusiasm at all times

o Take time to understand things from a guest’s point of view

o Interact with every guest in a friendly, professional, caring manner

· Anticipatory Service

o Ensure that you are well prepared for the needs of each guest and group

o Understand that each guest, and group has come to Blachford Lake Lodge for a different purpose. Ensure that you do your best to be prepared for these specifics and do your utmost to deliver on guest needs and wishes.

· Professionalism

o Provide friendly, personal and efficient service that exceeds expectations

o Be ready and anticipate any guest questions and requests that may arise

o Be accurate with all information you provide

o Be well-groomed at all times

§ Blachford Lake Lodge attire is required for working hours

· Accountability

o Take responsibility for following through and ensuring that all requests are met with a viable solution that exceeds guest expectations

· Staying Connected

o Keep in tune with community and lodge activities and express personal interest in the lives and experiences of each guest

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: From $20.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
All staff and guests must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Application question(s):

Do you currently reside in the Northwest Territories?
Work remotely: No

Silviculture Worker (Multiple Positions)

SILVICULTURE WORKER (Full Time / Seasonal)

Multiple vacancies

Company: J.D. Irving Limited – Woodlands Division

Business Information: At J.D. Irving, Limited, you are part of an energetic team of professionals who lead with integrity and are passionate about achieving results.  Our culture nurtures talent and creates an inclusive workplace.

Founded in 1882, J.D. Irving, Limited (JDI) has operations in Canada (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador), and the United States. We are a team of 18,000 dedicated employees.

Business Address: J.D. Irving, Limited – Woodlands Division is currently seeking candidates for temporary seasonal Silviculture Worker positions for three (3) locations with the workers going to these locations interchangeably depending on production schedule.

5120 Route 107, Deersdale, NB, E7L 1W5

48 Chemin Grande Riviere, Saint-Leonard, NB, E7E 2M7

290 Main Street, Chipman, NB E4A 2M7

 

Location of work: Same as stated above

Type of employment: Full Time-Seasonal

Estimated Start Date: May 2nd, 2022. This is a seasonal position from May 2nd, 2022 to October 28th, 2022

 

Job Duties:

Plant trees using manual planting tools in reforestation areas
Operate power thinning saw to thin and space trees in reforestation areas
Perform other silviculture duties such as collecting seed cones, pruning trees
Manual forest fire fighting under direction of J.D. Irving, Limited staff
Care and maintenance of equipment required for job

Requirements:

Previous experience as a labourer or other position with high physical demands is required
No education requirement
Hardworking with a strong work ethic
Willing to work in a production-based environment where you are paid by piecework
Willing to live in remote camp-based accommodation, with peers for the entire work season
Interest in working outdoors
Ability to work alone and in a team environment with a variety of people
Ability to learn and retain information quickly
Must have hard hat, ear/eye protection, planting tool and harness, and thinning saw – company will offer rentals if necessary – details on fees below
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities:

Fit to work in repetitive manual labour job
Handling heavy loads
Physically demanding
Outdoor work all day
Temperatures can vary from 0 to 30 degrees Celsius
Rough terrain, uneven ground
Exposure to insects (mosquitoes, bees, wasps)
JDI staff will be available to help ensure workers understand the job and that safety procedures are followed

Salary: Targeted earnings of $20.85 per hour or greater, based on associated piece-work rates and required production levels – Minimum 2200 trees planted per day; 0.5 Ha thinned per day.

 

Hours: 30 to 60 hours per week (excluding travel).

 

Work Schedule:   Job hours require flexibility on a daily basis, typically 6:00 am- 3:00 pm, including breaks, Monday-Friday. Weekend work may be required, depending on production levels.

 

Benefits:

Accommodations provided, if necessary, for a fee – details on fee below
Meals provided for remote accommodation living
Transportation to and from job site is provided at no cost
Travel Expenses provided if candidates are willing to relocate to remote site work-camps
Production bonus available for exceeding production targets.
Gear such as harnesses, tools and thinning saws available for rent if necessary
Safety equipment such as hard hats, ear and eye protection and first aid kits available for rent if necessary

Fees:

$100/week    Camp fee (accommodation and meals)
$25/week      Equipment rental fee (Purchase options available)Safety gear: Hard hat, ear/eye protection and First Aid kit
Planting:      Tool and harness
Thinning:     Saw, tools and fuel
Language of Work: English or French

If you have additional questions, please email Corbett.Dave@jdirving.com

We appreciate your interest in our company! Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Driver/Operator – Road Maintenance II

Duties
Conducts highway/road/street clearing and snow removal using medium and heavy vehicles and equipment (big plows) requiring a Class 3 license with air brake endorsement; operates/controls multiple blades and salting mechanisms; and, performs ancillary road maintenance and labour services for the Parks Canada Agency.

Work environment
The Parks Canada Agency is a federal government agency responsible for the protection and presentation of Canada’s outstanding natural and cultural resources through a system of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites in all regions of Canada.

Intent of the process
The current need is for various term positions in Banff AB, Lake Louise AB, Radium Hot Springs BC, and Rogers Pass, BC; however, a qualified list may be established to fill current and future vacancies of various tenures – term, indeterminate year-round, seasonal – throughout the Highway Operations Unit as well as similar positions in various locations.

Positions to be filled: Number to be determined

Information you must provide
Your résumé.

Contact information for 2 references.

In order to be considered, your application must clearly explain how you meet the following (essential qualifications)

OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATION:
Class 3 driver’s license with air brake endorsement

EXPERIENCE:
Experience driving heavy trucks.
Experience operating heavy equipment

The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job)
English essential

Information on language requirements

KNOWLEDGE:
Knowledge of highway maintenance and traffic control procedures.
Knowledge of safety measures and regulations common to highway maintenance.

ABILITIES:
Ability to operate heavy trucks up to GVW 60,000 pounds.
Ability to visually inspect equipment and perform pre- and post-trip maintenance.
Ability to assess and report on road, visibility and weather conditions and make recommendations on necessary interventions.

PERSONAL SUITABILITY:
Effective interpersonal skills
Sound Judgement
Dependability
Communicates Effectively

The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job)

ASSET QUALIFICATIONS – EDUCATION:
Secondary School diploma

Degree equivalency

ASSET QUALIFICATIONS – OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATION:
Class 1 driver’s license

ASSET QUALIFICATIONS – EXPERIENCE:
Experience with highway road maintenance
Experience with snow removal

ASSET QUALIFICATIONS – ABILITIES:
Ability to operate standard transmission trucks (10 – 18 speed) up to GVW 60,000 pounds.
Ability to use computer systems, including email, Word, and internet

OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Required to wear identifier clothing and required safety equipment.
Required to travel over roads closed to the general public and to work under avalanche hazard conditions.
Required to travel and/or work in a variety of weather conditions and terrain for extended periods of time.
Required to work shift work – during day – and nighttime hours, overtime, weekends, and/or statutory holidays, provincial/territorial holidays, and call back or standby duty.
Candidates will be required to undergo and meet the requirements for a medical examination/pre-employment medical examinations and/or periodic medical checks,

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Reliability status security clearance
Maintenance of a valid Class 3 license with Air Brake endorsement
Willing and able to lift up to 23 kg without the use of lifting aids

Other information
The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve. We promote employment equity and encourage you to indicate if you belong to one of the designated groups when you apply.

Information on employment equity

For tips to navigate the application process step by step, refer to the following site: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GW7P3g9hhI.

Tips for applicants:
• Please provide complete and thorough details of your education and experience.
• Do not assume that the screening board has any previous knowledge of your background, qualifications, or work history. You must be specific and provide concrete examples/details for each Experience element, as applications will be screened only on the information provided.
• Failure to provide sufficient information may result in your application being screened out of the competition.

Parks Canada is committed to the principles of diversity and employment equity under the Employment Equity Act, and strives to ensure that our workforce reflects the diverse nature of Canadian society. We encourage women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of a visible minority group to self-identify in their application.

Please submit your completed application, including all of the above-mentioned documentation. Failure to do so may result in your application being rejected.

The Parks Canada Agency is established as a separate employer in the Federal Public Service under the Financial Administration Act. Persons appointed to the Agency continue to be part of the Public Service. The Parks Canada Agency operates under its own human resources framework outside of the Public Service Employment Act and in line with values of fairness, competence and respect, and its operating principles.

In accordance with paragraph 8(2)(a) of the Privacy Act, information or material, whether provided directly by the candidate or otherwise obtained by the selection board, used during the selection process for the purpose of assessing a candidate may be used as part of the selection review and recourse processes. Such relevant information may be provided to third parties, such as other candidates or their representatives, who have a legitimate reason to be aware of that information.

You must meet all essential qualifications in order to be appointed to the position. Other qualifications may be a deciding factor in choosing the person to be appointed. Some essential and other qualifications will be assessed through your application. It is your responsibility to provide appropriate examples that illustrate how you meet each qualification. Failing to do so could result in your application being rejected.

Persons are entitled to participate in the appointment process in the official language of their choice.

Travel cost for individuals who are not Federal Public Servants will not be covered.

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted

Preference
Preference will be given to any veteran who was honourably released from the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) after at least three years of service and is not already an indeterminate public servant. This preference applies for five years following release from the CAF.

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Contact information
Human Resources – Mount Revelstoke & Glacier National Park / Highway Operations Unit
rhugmrg-mrgfuhr@pc.gc.ca

Dispatcher

Duties
Parks Canada is seeking motivated individuals, fluent in Canada’s both official languages, who enjoy the challenges of a fast-paced work environment. The dispatch coverage area includes Banff, Kootenay, Yoho and Waterton Lakes national parks as well as several national parks in Quebec where French is the language of work and play. We are looking for individuals with the ability to work calmly and effectively under the pressures of competing demands, to deal with emergencies and to work day, night, and weekend shifts. Dispatching requires a high degree of precision and accuracy to record and relay information to and from a variety of sources. Given the nature and scope of this work, strong oral and written communication in both English and French are essential. For emergency radiotelephone communication, the ability to speak in a calm, clear, regular and understandable manner is imperative.

Work environment
Are you ready to play a leading role in protecting Canada’s natural and cultural heritage?
Do you want to ensure that Canadians enjoying national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas enjoy a safe visit filled with memorable moments?
Do you enjoy working with a dynamic team of law enforcement, visitor safety and wildlife protection specialists?
Are you completely fluent–able to switch back and forth with ease–in Canada’s two official languages?
If so, you are the ideal candidate to be hired as a Parks Canada Emergency Dispatcher.
Known as the ‘first’ first responders, emergency dispatchers are the crucial communications link between our visitors and the professionals who keep people safe and protect the animals and environment for future generations.
After two months of intensive training, your job will be to gather critical information about emergencies, then relay it to the personnel you have dispatched to the scene. You will be expected to follow procedures and protocols to get the right people, to the right place, at the right time. You will also play a key role in ensuring occupational health and safety for park wardens, mountain rescue specialists, wildlife officers, highway equipment operators, researchers, and other Parks Canada team members. Additionally, you will help our guests by directing their queries, questions, and comments to the appropriate experts.

Intent of the process
This process will be used to create a list of qualified candidates to staff similar positions with various tenures, security levels or linguistic profiles in same or other parts of the country.

A list of qualified candidates will be established, and may be used to fill similar positions of various tenures (temporary/indeterminate, full-time/part-time/as & when required) in other work locations.

Positions to be filled: 2

Information you must provide
Your résumé.

Contact information for 3 references.

In order to be considered, your application must clearly explain how you meet the following (essential qualifications)

EDUCATION:

Successful completion of secondary school or an acceptable combination of education, training, and experience.

* Copies of current certification (awards) will be required at time of screening.

Degree equivalency

EXPERIENCE IN:
EX1: Working effectively alone and within a team
EX2: Adhering strictly to protocols, procedure, and policies
EX3: Dealing with the public and providing accurate advice and information
EX4: Working with computers and various software
EX5: General administrative tasks, such as updating and maintaining operational manuals, communication logs, databases, and reports

If you possess any of the following, your application must also clearly explain how you meet it (other qualifications)

Asset Qualifications:
The following qualifications may be applied and/or assessed because they are beneficial in carrying out the duties of the position. They may be used in screening, assessment or determining right fit for this selection process, so please describe how you meet any of the following criteria.

• Previous radio operator, emergency services, or public safety answering service experience
• Emergency Medical, Fire and/or Police Dispatch Certification
• Restricted Operator Certificate – Aeronautical

* Copies of current certification will be required at time of interview.

The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job)
Bilingual – Imperative (CCC/CCC)

Information on language requirements

KNOWLEDGE OF:
K1: Parks Canada Mandate, corporate objectives and policies, and the Canada National Parks Act and regulations.
K2: Visitor safety, wildlife conflict, law enforcement, and other emergency procedures
K3: Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks geography

ABILITIES:
A1: Adaptability – Adapting to work effectively in dynamic situations, and with diverse individuals and groups. To work calmly and effectively in a fast paced, protocol-driven work environment
A2: Analytical Thinking – Analyzing and synthesizing information, to understand issues, identify options and to efficiently and accurately record information, prepare logs, records and reports using word processing and spreadsheet software
A3: Client Focus – Providing service excellence to internal and/or external clients information in high-stress situations
A4: Initiative – Dealing with situations and issues proactively and persistently, seizing opportunities that arise while managing competing demands
A5: Teamwork – Working collaboratively with others in a team environment

PERSONAL SUITABILITY
PS1: Exercises sound judgment
PS2: Strives for excellence
PS3: Makes things happen
PS4: Takes responsibility
PS5: Communicates effectively orally
PS6: Communicates effectively in writing

The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job)

OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
• Willing and able to wear a uniform as per the Parks Canada uniform policy
• Willing and able to work 12-hour shifts, a rotating schedule, night shifts, holidays, and weekends
• Willing and able to obtain a Restricted Operator Certificate – Aeronautical
• Willing and able to obtain an Emergency Medical, Fire and/or Police Dispatch Certification and other training upgrades as necessary

Conditions of employment
Secret security clearance – CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: (* Must be met prior to employment)
• Obtain and maintain a ‘secret’ security clearance with fingerprints
• Possession and maintenance of a valid driver’s license
• Required to undergo and pass a pre-employment and periodic medical examinations and audiograms
• Successful completion of a keyboarding test (30 wpm with less than a 5% error rate)

Other information
The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve. We promote employment equity and encourage you to indicate if you belong to one of the designated groups when you apply.

Information on employment equity

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Contact information
Mark Merchant, Manager, Banff Emergency Dispatch Centre
mark.merchant@canada.ca
403-762-1404

Visitor Safety Technician

Duties
The incumbent will work as a member of the Resource Conservation team and report to the Resource Conservation Manager. They will be called upon to participate in, and/or lead technical visitor safety incident responses and non-technical cross-functional incident response activities. They will be asked to provide technical visitor safety advice and training to other park staff. They may be asked to participate in the development of program standards and/or techniques and to participate in technical responses to significant occurrences in other field units. They may be required to support other resource conversation functions such as the human wildlife conflict program. Duty/stand by shifts will be required.

Work environment
Parks Canada is a federal government agency responsible for the protection and presentation of Canada’s outstanding natural and cultural resources through a system of national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites in all regions of Canada.

Intent of the process
A list of qualified candidates will be established, and may be used to fill similar positions of various tenures (temporary, indeterminate, full-time, part-time) and work locations.

Positions to be filled: Number to be determined

Information you must provide
Your résumé.

A covering letter in 2,000 words (maximum) “Applicants must clearly demonstrate in their cover letter how they meet the Education and Experience criteria listed in the Statement of Qualifications (see below). Applicants must list both of these factors in their cover letter, and then write one or two paragraphs for each demonstrating how they meet these factors by providing concrete examples. Please note that it is not sufficient to only state that these factors are met or to provide a listing of current or past responsibilities. Resumes will be used as a secondary source to validate the experience described in the cover letter. Failure to clearly demonstrate in your cover letter how you meet the Education and Experience factors found on the Statement of Qualifications (see below), may result in the rejection of your application. Normally, applicants will not be solicited for incomplete or possible missing information.”

Contact information for 2 references.

In order to be considered, your application must clearly explain how you meet the following (essential qualifications)

Education:
Secondary School diploma and Apprentice Alpine and Apprentice Ski certification courses from the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG).

If there are an insufficient candidates with Apprentice Alpine and Apprentice Ski certification, consideration may be given to individuals who possess Apprentice Ski guide certification and Apprentice Rock certification and who are enrolled the Apprentice Alpine certification or individuals who possess Apprentice Alpine certification and who are enrolled in the Apprentice Ski guide certification.

After submitting your application through the GC Jobs platform, proof of education must be submitted to jasperhr@canada.ca.

Degree equivalency

Occupational Certification:
• Valid advanced first aid certification (minimum 80 hour course);
• Canadian Avalanche Association Level 2 and eligible for CAA Professional membership.

Experience:
• Mountain search and rescue operations;
• Avalanche forecasting and control;
• Analyzing, assessing and providing advice on issues relating to visitor safety;
• Maintaining specialized safety related equipment;
• Providing first aid assistance.

The following will be applied / assessed at a later date (essential for the job)
English essential

Information on language requirements

Knowledge:
• Knowledge of Parks Canada’s vision, mandate and corporate objectives, especially as they relate to visitor safety;
• Thorough knowledge of principles, standards, techniques and procedures involved in search and rescue operations;
• Knowledge of helicopter rescue techniques and high angle techniques;
• Knowledge of mountaineering and ski touring, and avalanche control procedures and forecasting techniques.

Abilities:
• Ability to follow established practices and procedures as well as to adapt them to changing circumstances and conditions;
• Ability to make climatologic observations and maintain information on a computer database;
• Ability to research and provide input into the development or revision of visitor safety program standards, requirements and/or techniques;
• Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment;
• Ability to conduct search and rescue operations;
• Ability to collect, analyze, prepare and present detailed incident information to assist in understanding causal factors.

Personal Suitability:
• Exercises sound judgment;
• Personally connects with people;
• Makes things happen;
• Communicates effectively;
• Takes responsibility;
• Knows oneself;
• Strives for excellence.

The following may be applied / assessed at a later date (may be needed for the job)

Operational Requirements:
• Willingness to wear a Parks Canada uniform and prescribed protective equipment;
• Willingness to work and/or travel in varied terrain, weather conditions, isolated locations and by various means of transportation;
• Willingness to work irregular hours, overtime, weekends and/or statutory holidays and provincial/territorial holidays, when required;
• Willingness to obtain certification in the operation of various forms of ground (e.g. all-terrain vehicles) and marine (motorized and non-motorized vessels) as required.

Conditions of employment
Reliability Status security clearance – Reliability Status security clearance – All employees of the Federal Government are required to meet Reliability Status; details of the screening process and applications will be provided at the time of interviews

Maintenance of a valid Driver’s License
Will be required to undergo and pass pre-placement and periodic medical checks
Valid Wilderness First Aid and CPR certification
Possession and maintenance of Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) membership

Other information
The Public Service of Canada is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve. We promote employment equity and encourage you to indicate if you belong to one of the designated groups when you apply.

Information on employment equity

For tips to navigate the application process step by step, refer to the following site: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0GW7P3g9hhI.

Parks Canada is committed to the principles of diversity and employment equity under the Employment Equity Act, and strives to ensure that our workforce reflects the diverse nature of Canadian society. We encourage women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of a visible minority group to self-identify in their application.

Please submit your completed application, including all of the above-mentioned documentation. Failure to do so may result in your application being rejected.

The Parks Canada Agency is established as a separate employer in the Federal Public Service under the Financial Administration Act. Persons appointed to the Agency continue to be part of the Public Service. The Parks Canada Agency operates under its own human resources framework outside of the Public Service Employment Act and in line with values of fairness, competence and respect, and its operating principles.

In accordance with paragraph 8(2)(a) of the Privacy Act, information or material, whether provided directly by the candidate or otherwise obtained by the selection board, used during the selection process for the purpose of assessing a candidate may be used as part of the selection review and recourse processes. Such relevant information may be provided to third parties, such as other candidates or their representatives, who have a legitimate reason to be aware of that information.

Tips for applicants:
• Please provide complete and thorough details of your education and experience.
• Do not assume that the screening board has any previous knowledge of your background, qualifications, or work history. You must be specific and provide concrete examples/details for each Experience element, as applications will be screened only on the information provided.
• Failure to provide sufficient information may result in your application being screened out of the competition.

Persons are entitled to participate in the appointment process in the official language of their choice.

Travel cost for individuals who are not Federal Public Servants will not be covered.

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Contact information
David Argument
david.argument@canada.ca
780-852-6186

Seasonal Parks Operator

Competition TOS2021-43

Full Time – Term (6 Months)

Strathmore is a vibrant, welcoming community that is recognized as a regional hub for business and recreation. Continued investment in recreation facilities, parks projects, commercial revitalization, and community programming provides an exceptional quality of life for our residents and visitors. Strathmore is in southern Alberta on the traditional lands of the Siksika Nation, surrounded by Wheatland County and a short distance east of Calgary.

The Town of Strathmore strives to be a leader in municipal administration and operations. Our team of experienced, engaged professionals deliver a diverse range of services and programs that continue to help us set new milestones for quality of life.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Parks Supervisor, the Seasonal Parks Operator is responsible for operating a variety of light equipment in completing tasks related to, but not limited to, parks operations. We are looking for an optimistic, self-driven and highly motivated individual to join the Operations team for our 2021-22 season.

Key Responsibilities Include:

· Operate a variety of light duty equipment (hand tools, mowers, weed trimmers, backpack blowers, rototillers, snow removal equipment, etc.)

· Maintain outdoor parks amenities for public use and assist in community and civic events

· Maintain parks, pathways, green spaces, flower beds, planters, trees and horticultural displays

· Maintain sidewalks, curbs, gutters and asphalt pavement

· Coordinate as part of a team to keep pathways, sidewalks, roads and facilities clear during winter snow events according to priority routes

· Respond to and investigate service requests and help resolve operational concerns

· Ensure administrative duties of the position are performed (work orders, checklists, FLHAs and purchase orders)

· Assist in the repair of Town Infrastructure, as required

· Assist other departments with operating duties, as required

Competencies & Behaviours:

· Must be willing to take direction from others and follow through with designated tasks

· Have the willingness to follow standards and guidelines

· Ability to represent the Town of Strathmore in a professional manner

· Can work independently and also cooperatively in a team environment

· Strong communication and interpersonal skills

Working Conditions:

· Capable of lifting up to 50 lbs and physically able to perform required duties

· Capable of walking, sitting, lifting and standing for extended periods of time

· Required to work outside in all weather conditions

· Successful candidates will be required to provide their own CSA approved steel toed boots

Required Education & Experience:

· High School Diploma, GED or equivalent

· Minimum Class 5 Alberta Driver’s Licence

· Ability to operate various maintenance equipment and tools

· Training in First Aid, WHMIS, and Flag Person Safety are all considered assets

· Experience in landscaping and horticulture will also be considered an asset

· Consent to disclosure of a Criminal Record Check and provision of a satisfactory Driver’s Abstract

· References from recent employers will be required as part of the recruitment process

The Town of Strathmore has implemented a Mandatory Vaccination Policy requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Exemptions are available for those who cannot be fully vaccinated on the basis of a protected legal ground (i.e., medical, religious). The successful candidate will be asked to provide proof of vaccination or request an exemption as part of the recruitment process.

Hours:

The work week is typically Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week which will include weekend and statutory holiday coverage shifts on a rotational basis, as required.

Compensation:

The Town of Strathmore total compensation package includes a competitive salary, based on qualifications and experience.

Application:

Please submit a cover letter and complete resume of experience and qualifications, quoting Competition TOS2021-43.

This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

The Town of Strathmore thanks all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from all qualified individuals. We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive work environment where every employee feels valued and respected. We will consider accessibility accommodations to applicants upon request.

This posting is intended as a summary of the primary responsibilities and qualifications for this position. The job ad is not intended as inclusive of all duties an individual in this position might be asked to perform or of all qualifications that may be required either now or in the future.

Reference ID: TOS2021-43

Contract length: 6 months

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Benefits:

Company events
Employee assistance program
On-site parking
Paid time off

Schedule:

8 hour shift
Day shift
Holidays
Monday to Friday
Weekend availability

Application question(s):

Are you located in Strathmore, AB?

Experience:

Parks: 1 year (preferred)
Licence/Certification:

Class 5 Licence (required)
Work remotely: No

Parks Operator

Competition TOS2021-42

Strathmore is a vibrant, welcoming community that is recognized as a regional hub for business and recreation. Continued investment in recreation facilities, parks projects, commercial revitalization, and community programming provides an exceptional quality of life for our residents and visitors. Strathmore is in southern Alberta on the traditional lands of the Siksika Nation, surrounded by Wheatland County and a short distance east of Calgary.

The Town of Strathmore strives to be a leader in municipal administration and operations. Our team of experienced, engaged professionals deliver a diverse range of services and programs that continue to help us set new milestones for quality of life.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Parks Supervisor, the Parks Operator position is both a strategic and hands-on role that provides an array of support around the Strathmore community. We are looking for a self-driven and highly motivated individual to join the Operations team.

Key Responsibilities Include:

Operate a variety of light and heavy-duty equipment (mowers, weed trimmers, backpack blowers, rototillers, skid steer, tractor, etc.)
Maintain various maintenance equipment and tools
Maintain outdoor parks amenities for public use and assist in community and civic events
Maintain parks, pathways, green spaces, flower beds, planters, trees and horticultural displays
Maintain sidewalks, curbs, gutters and asphalt pavement
Coordinate as a team to keep pathways, sidewalks, roads and facilities clear during winter snow events according to priority routes
Respond to and investigate service requests and help resolve operational concerns
Ensure administrative duties of the position are performed (work orders, checklists, FLHA’s and purchase orders)
Assist in the repair of Town Infrastructure, as required
Assist in training of Seasonal Parks Staff, leading by example while providing them with day-to-day coaching of duties and organizational policies
Assist other departments with operating duties, as required

Competencies & Behaviours:

Must be willing to take direction from others and follow through with designated tasks
Have the willingness to follow standards and guidelines
Ability to represent the Town of Strathmore in a professional manner
Can work independently and also cooperatively in a team environment
Strong communication and interpersonal skills

Working Conditions:

Capable of lifting up to 50 lbs and physically able to perform required duties
Capable of walking, sitting, lifting and standing for extended periods of time
Required to work outside in all weather conditions
Successful candidates will be required to provide their own CSA approved steel toed boots
Required Education & Experience:

High School Diploma, GED or equivalent
Class 3Q must be obtained within the 3 month probationary period
1 – 2 years of experience in a parks environment, with municipal experience considered an asset
Degrees and/or experience in Horticulture, Arboriculture, Sports field, Irrigation, Cemetery and Landscaping is an asset
Consent to disclosure of a Criminal Record Check and provision of a satisfactory Driver’s Abstract
References from recent employers will be required as part of the recruitment process

 

The Town of Strathmore has implemented a Mandatory Vaccination Policy requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Exemptions are available for those who cannot be fully vaccinated on the basis of a protected legal ground (i.e., medical, religious). The successful candidate will be asked to provide proof of vaccination or request an exemption as part of the recruitment process.

Hours:

The work week is typically Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week which will include weekend and statutory holiday coverage shifts on a rotational basis, as required.

Compensation:

The Town of Strathmore total compensation package includes a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package, and LAPP pension eligibility.

Application:

Please submit a cover letter and complete resume of experience and qualifications, quoting Competition TOS2021-42 to: careers@strathmore.ca

This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

The Town of Strathmore thanks all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from all qualified individuals. We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive work environment where every employee feels valued and respected. We will consider accessibility accommodations to applicants upon request.

This posting is intended as a summary of the primary responsibilities and qualifications for this position. The job ad is not intended as inclusive of all duties an individual in this position might be asked to perform or of all qualifications that may be required either now or in the future.