The Town of Morinville is a growing community on the doorstep of Metro Edmonton. Developed on a foundation of rich heritage and culture spanning 100+ years, it offers an excellent quality of life with convenient access to all nearby big city amenities while retaining the characteristics of a vibrant and flourishing centre for the surrounding rural community.
The Administration of the Town of Morinville prides itself on building on the rich heritage in creating a lasting legacy for Morinville, and does so with service, integrity, and commitment at the heart of our work. We are seeking a full time Infrastructure Projects Coordinator who will deliver on such a legacy through their work as we enter an exciting time of transformation and change. As a member of the Community and Infrastructure Services team, the successful candidate will spend the majority of their time developing, coordinating, maintaining and monitoring the Town’s individual, annual, and recurring infrastructure projects and programs. They will also work closely with the Planning and Economic Development Department and Financial Services to maintain the asset management program.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Responsible for creating the infrastructure project management framework in collaboration with senior management.
Provides coaching, assistance, and advice on project management best practices to Council, management, and staff.
Provides project management expertise and advice in the development, implementation, monitoring, and continuous improvement of project management across the Administration.
Assists with the administration of the Town’s asset management program, related activities, operations, and support.
Provides coaching, assistance, and advice on infrastructure management best practices to management and staff.
Work in coordination with Planning and Economic Development GIS to map out all Town assets.
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Commerce, Economics, Engineering, Public Administration, Geographic Information Systems, Information Systems or other related discipline with 4 years of progressive and related experience related to municipal infrastructure management, OR a technical diploma in a related discipline with 5 years of progressive and related experience related to public/private sector infrastructure asset management
4+ years of proven project management experience with the intent to become PMP certified OR PMP certified (preferred).
Proficiency in ArcGIS and SQL relational databases will be considered an asset.
Experience in a small urban or rural municipality setting and asset/project management would be an asset.
Excellent time management and organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently to meet deadlines.
Strong written and interpersonal communication skills.
Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.
Please submit resumes by the above noted deadline; however, resumes will be accepted until the position has been filled.
The Town of Morinville thanks all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please submit applications quoting “COMP #202101—IPC” to:
Human Resources, Town of Morinville
10125-100 Avenue, Morinville, AB T8R 1L6
Email: email@example.com | Fax: 780-939-5633 | Web: www.morinville.ca
Salary Range: Salary Range of $76,900—91,823 (7 Step Grid), based on a 35 hour work week. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including Pension, Professional Development opportunities along with a supportive work environment.
Posted Date: Jan 14, 2021
Closing Date: 20210129
Job ID: Competition # 202101
Providing leadership, management, and direction to four rural fire departments, the health & safety function, as well as patrol services contractor.
This technical role also fulfills the duties of Municipal Director of Emergency Management (DEM) and prepares, maintains, and administers the Municipal Emergency Plan.
Being highly collaborative and results-oriented, this role brings innovation and effective leadership to the department and grows, develops, and empowers its team.
The position is responsible for:
Supervise the planning, coordination, and scheduling of training, activities, and duties of the four fire departments
Prepare and implement fire department policies
Approve and maintain fire department standard operating guidelines
Engage, evaluate, and manage station chiefs in accordance with Woodlands County policies
Respond to emergency situations, as required
Develop and manage operating and capital budgets
Provide department operational reports to the CAO and Council
Demonstrate experience of firefighting and emergency response, applicable legislative/ regulatory standards, budget formulation, local government functions, and employee relation practices
Highly collaborative and skilled with considerable technical and managerial experience
Experience with ICS and emergency management models
Strong leadership skills and ability to manage change and conflict
Post-secondary degree or diploma in Emergency Services Management
5+ years experience in an emergency services position, in a municipal environment
Fire chief/ senior officer experience considered an asset
High level of emergency management training as per Local Authorities Emergency Management Regulations (LAEMR)
NFPA 1001, Level 2 Firefighter, considered an asset
Class 3 driver's license with air brake endorsement, considered an asset
Apply by visiting: woodlands.ab.ca/careers
Completion of assessment testing is required to apply for this position. You are required to upload your resume as part of this process. Please allow 45minutes to complete testing. Questions can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in west central Alberta, Clearwater County is 18,000 square kilometres of diverse and breathtaking landscapes. From oil and gas to farming to forestry, industry and economic development abounds in the region. Living here, you will experience adventure right in your own backyard with countless lakes and rivers, mountains, forests, and prairies offering a year-round outdoor playground for all.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Reporting to the Deputy Fire Chief – Support Services and Prevention, the Assistant Fire Chief, Training and Logistics will help ensure the delivery of excellent fire rescue services and will be accountable by assisting with; coordination of fire rescue response; medical first response; fire prevention; staffing, training and coaching of firefighting crews; inspections; and, awareness activities within Clearwater County and its partner communities of Town of Rocky Mountain House and Village of Caroline, who are part of an intermunicipal fire agreement.
The successful candidate will see approximately a 90-10 split of responsibilities between administration and operational fire service duties, including on call evenings and weekends, on a rotational weekly basis with the other Chief Officers.
Clearwater County’s staff values are accountability, integrity, service, community and communications. The County provides a comprehensive group benefits program, pension plan, professional development and vacation leave.
Along with detailed resume with credentials supporting your qualifications and cover letter outlining your leadership style, please state your starting salary requirements and availability.
Clean Criminal Record Check including Vulnerable Sector.
Physically capable for firefighting service.
Residency within Clearwater County is a permanent job requirement.
Post-secondary certificate or diploma with fire services specialty and 5 years at Fire Officer level
NFPA 1021 – Fire Officer, Level 2
NFPA 1041 – Fire Service Instructor, Level 2
NFPA 1051 – Wildland Firefighter
NFPA 472 – HAZMAT, Technician level
Alberta Safety Codes Officer (SCO) or the ability to acquire certification within 1 year of hiring
Ability and interest to achieve additional certifications and qualifications as required.
Valid Class 3-Q (with air brake endorsement) Drivers’ License or equivalent
Demonstrated leadership in an ‘on-call’ firefighter environment, with proven ability to lead and empower firefighters, combined with ability to build teamwork and collaboration.
Exceptional interpersonal, communication (oral and written), problem-solving, decision-making, organizational, public relations, conflict management, mediation, investigative, planning, and customer service skills and ability to interact in a manner which builds trust, credibility, and rapport with volunteer firefighters, municipal council and administration and most importantly citizens.
Ability to prepare budgets, maintain training and service records and work in a computerized environment including use of FirePro2, Aladtec, Active911 and Microsoft Office Suite.
Join a vibrant outdoor centric community filled with trails and breathtaking nature along the winding river valley of Red Deer, in Central Alberta. Red Deer is an economically dynamic region of Alberta situated directly between Edmonton and Calgary along the vital QE 2 corridor. It is a perfect blend of small town friendliness and big city conveniences. Host to the 2016 Memorial Cup and the 2019 Canada Winter Games, Red Deer continues to welcome all of Canada with open arms.
Due to the recent retirement of our Information & Technology Services Manager, we are currently recruiting for the right person to fill the position of Chief Information Technology Officer / Information & Technology Services Manager. This position is the senior information and technology official and is responsible for providing leadership and alignment of business and information technology strategies to achieve the City’s strategic and organizational objectives.
Key Responsibilities Include:
This position oversees digital transformation through the investment, delivery and sustainment of citizen-centric digital information and technology services systems and business applications. Guided by the Corporate Information and Technology Master Plan, the Information & Technology Services department enables all City services and the employees who provide them through evolving use of data, information and technology. The CIO provides inspiration and vision to lead the Information & Technology Services department in creating sustainable plans for digital and mobile government, communication and technology infrastructure, analytics, and the introduction of evolving technologies. They accomplish this by working collaboratively with staff, colleagues, Council, business partners, external providers and other stakeholders, and by applying effective management practices and business processes.
Ideally to fill this role you will be a proven performer with a 4 year degree in a related field (e.g. computer science, software engineering, information systems) and at least 10 years’ experience in senior level ITS roles.
In addition, you will have:
knowledge of managing Microsoft operating systems, network products and desktop products;
knowledge of managing enterprise class information management, application, database, and GIS systems;
experience in working with all levels of management in a mid-sized organization. Public sector experience in municipal government is preferred;
experience in working in an environment that uses both wide area and local area networks;
experience preparing and tracking operational and capital budgets;
experience in recruitment and performance management in innovative, high productivity environments;
an ability to assess and mitigate cyber-security risk;
an ability to make decisions quickly and handle problems as they occur;
an ability to use consultative process to develop solutions or strategies;
strong verbal and written communication skills including report writing and presentation skills.
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 experienced and engaged workforce delivers a diverse range of services and programs that continue to help us set new milestones for quality of life. Our recently completed Strathmore Municipal Building will bring all Administrative functions under one roof, providing new opportunities for collaboration across the organization.
The Marketing Coordinator is a key contributor of the newly created Communications, Marketing and Economic Development Team. This role provides the opportunity to achieve marketing goals through coordinating community events, social media management, and targeted promotional campaigns. Reporting to the Manager, Communications, Marketing and Economic Development, the position will be a critical member of our small but strong team.
As the successful candidate you bring experience as part of a marketing, communications or event planning team. You are ambitious, creative and innovative with social media. You welcome the opportunity to be part of a municipal organization focused on continuing the development of our community.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Duties will generally include:
Support the development of strategic, multi-faceted marketing campaigns that support the objectives set out in Town of Strathmore strategic plans
Prepare communications and marketing materials including print and digital advertising and promotional collateral, media releases, speaking notes/scripts, presentations, and content for corporate communication channels including Strathmore.ca webpages and social media
Optimize content for a web user experience through the arranging, editing, and styling of multimedia content that reflects and meets brand standards
Create and/or curate interesting images, photos, and videos for highly visual social media platforms
Monitor Town of Strathmore social media accounts and other digital media; respond promptly and appropriately to comments, fostering engagement and promoting productive and thought-provoking discussion
Identify and escalate social community feedback, issues, and trends for the purpose of improving our followers’ overall brand experience
Provides input on new opportunities to grow our online audiences, demonstrating a strong understanding of the competitive landscape
Coordinate Town of Strathmore organized, sponsored, partnered, or supported events
Act as the event lead for signature community events, including Canada Day, Strathmore Stampede Parade, and the Spirit of Christmas Festival
Ensure that events achieve multiple objectives of Community Engagement, Economic Development, Market Awareness, and Employee Morale
Coordinate event-related services and general event logistics, including marketing and publicity, facilities/amenities, signage, special needs requests and requirements, event-related marketing collateral
Complete reports and evaluations of marketing campaigns, events, and social media channels to determine if objectives were met and what improvements could be made in the future
Education and Experience: The successful candidate will have completed post-secondary education in marketing, social media management, communications, and/or event planning. Membership and pursuit of accreditation with a relevant professional association is an asset. Two to five years of experience in a professional marketing, events, or communications role is required.
Compensation: The Town of Strathmore total compensation package includes a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefit package and participation in LAPP pension.
Application: Please submit a cover letter and complete resume of experience and qualifications, quoting Competition TOS2021-02 to: email@example.com.
This competition will close on Monday, January 25th, 2021 at 12:00 p.m.
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.
Foothills County is a vibrant and thriving municipality south of Calgary with its administrative office located in High River, AB. We are currently seeking a permanent, full-time Health & Safety Supervisor to join our team.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Reporting to the Human Resources Manager, the Health & Safety Supervisor will provide a hands-on approach to provide proactive occupational health and safety support to Foothills County.
This position is responsible for the supervision of the Safety Department, working with and supporting the team with the continual improvement, development and implementation of all areas of the County’s health and safety program.
To be successful in this position, you will require a minimum five (5) years of occupational health and safety supervisory experience. You will also need to hold a current and valid Health & Safety designation as well be a Certified Health & Safety Auditor.
You will possess strong communication, problem solving, organizational and computer skills. You will require a solid understanding of the Alberta Occupational Health & Safety legislation, Commercial Vehicle Safety Compliance and any applicable Environmental legislation. Your ability to build and maintain productive working relationships is an essential part of being successful in this position.
To view the complete job description and more information about this opportunity, please visit our website at www.foothillscountyab.ca
Qualified candidates are invited to forward their cover letter and resume to:
Are you an intermediate to senior-level planner looking for a high-level of professional responsibility to develop and implement planning strategies, statutory documents and municipal policy in a growing municipality?
Are you looking for opportunity to grow professionally while supported with paid training opportunities, a competitive salary, benefits after 30 days, 27 paid days off in first year + general holidays, pension plan, paid sick time and more?
What we need:
Rocky View County is looking for you to draw on your expertise acquired from extensive, varied and progressively more responsible levels of professional planning experience
This position will often have you taking a lead role in the review of planning and development applications, development of planning strategies, statutory documents and municipal policy. You will also be expected to handle a wide range of duties related to all manner and size of projects, policies, applications and operations of each of the Planning Sections.
As one of our Planners, you will work independently or in teams as the situation dictates. Presentations to Council, Boards and Committees are an integral component of the scope of duties. The more experienced Planners will act as a resource and mentor for more junior colleagues as well as other department employees.
You will need to nurture and maintain working relationships dealing with inter-municipal planning while advancing the interests of Rocky View County.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Interact on a continuous basis with the general public through front counter, telephone, and written inquiries and referrals as may be required to convey planning related information to citizens and other individuals and groups.
Generally review, process and manage more complex redesignation, files for compliance to policy, regulations, and technical requirements
Assist in identifying municipal, community or intermunicipal issues and opportunities that could be mitigated through better community planning.
Review and respond to referrals from internal departments and government agencies.
Conduct extensive research in specific or general project areas.
Assist in the preparation of municipal policy plans, including Intermunicipal Development Plans, Municipal Development Plans, and Area Structure Plans.
Participate in the interpretation of relevant Municipal or Provincial Planning Policy and Regulations and formulation of employee positions.
Monitor and review Municipal and Intermunicipal Planning Legislation, policy, processes, plans, and initiatives.
Prepare and presents reports, materials, and opinions as a representative of Rocky View to various bodies, including Council, Appeal Boards, Committees and Public groups and organizations.
Manage assigned projects including the overseeing of planning work, technical and clerical support personnel involved in a project. However, supervision of employees is the responsibility of the Manager and Supervisor
Manage and/or participate in complicated consultation processes, consultant contracts, including the preparation of Terms of Reference, and multi-disciplinary teams/projects.
Provide/promote Municipal Planning Goals/Objectives to landowners and applicants.
Effectively represent the County in public and landowner/applicant meetings.
Perform other related duties – as may be assigned by the Supervisor, Manager, Executive Director or the CAO.
Completion of Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree in Planning (or related field) along with a minimum of four years of progressively responsible and diversified experience in Municipal Planning environment.
Demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication and judgment; organizational and time management; facilitation, negotiation and mediation; and presentation and written skills.
Thorough understanding of rural, urban and regional planning, their interrelationships and the environment, related regulatory environment, implementation techniques and consultation processes.
Ability to relate strategic planning initiatives to policy implementation.
Demonstrate excellent project management skills, particularly within complex, high profile, large-scale, or time-sensitive projects.
Awareness and sensitivity towards the current economic and political environment and its impact on the planning environment.
Able to deal with co-workers and the public in a positive, facilitative, and pleasant manner.
Able to mentor and train other Planning employees.
Able to meet frequent deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
Consistently deliver high quality work and professional advice.
Possess a successful record of management of increasingly more complex planning projects, meeting deadlines and a demonstrated ability to provide leadership within a team setting.
Possess experience presenting to small and large groups in both casual and formal settings.
Candidates not meeting all qualifications required, may be considered for Planner 1 position.
Interested applicants are invited to apply direct to https://www.rockyview.ca/careers.
Applications are due by 10 pm MST on the closing date.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Additional Job Information:
Salary Range: $81,021 - $108,730
Position Type: Permanent Full-time
Posted Date: Jan 07, 2021
Closing Date: 20210124
Job ID: J0121-0195