MVC09 - 2019 – Noon Friday March 29, 2019 – or until suitable candidate is chosen
Manager Operational Services
2019 Pay Band - $107,133/annum
This position will manage resources (e.g. human resource and financial management) within the Infrastructure Maintenance section; supervises the daily operations; participates in the development and implementation of business plans, delivery of service levels and operational budgets. Coordinates, analyses and prepares recommendations relative to all road maintenance activities for the County; participates in the development and implementation of program goals, objectives, measures outcomes and prepares related reports. Recommends and implements measures for service delivery standards and long-range road maintenance initiatives and fleet purchases. In addition, develops, maintains, and monitors customer service standards and makes recommendations as required. Consults with and informs the public, community user group and other stakeholders. Maintains a master schedule for all infrastructure maintenance projects, fleet replacement and operational field staff; oversees County’s snow removal programs and ensures that department staff and contractors follow safe work practices and County Health and Safety procedures.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Assigns, plans, directs, coaches, supervises and otherwise coordinates the day-to-day management and administration of the County’s Operational Services’ Foremen, equipment operators, trades personnel, contracted services, unskilled and semi-skilled casual labour for the Infrastructure Maintenance services section and the interaction of the department with other County sections and services.
Controls budget expenditures, seeking advice from staff and senior management as appropriate; approval of invoices which directly relate to the functional area; ensures pre-authorized spending limits are followed; approves purchase order in advance and in accordance to County policy.
Directs and manages the efficient management and maintenance of all County owned infrastructure maintenance facilities and equipment (within functional area) by developing and supporting a preventative maintenance/repair or replacement schedule. Develops, maintains and schedules work programs to maintain a year-round traffic flow, including snow removal and winter sanding, road maintenance, signage, etc. Assesses and recommends long and short- term maintenance requirements.
Plans and directs preventative maintenance, repairs and custom work pertaining to culverts, dust control and other County infrastructure maintenance requirements. Continually updates research, develops and has updated Infrastructure Maintenance practices and procedures, job descriptions and service standards to improve employee safety, productivity and public efficiency.
Minimum Grade 12 or equivalent, combined with a Diploma in Civil Engineering, possesses or be eligible for CET designation; or combination of certification and extensive experience in a related field; knowledge in Emergency Management would be an asset;
Progressive responsibility in municipal operational services (public works) along with three (3) to five (5) years in a senior supervisory capacity directing personnel in the delivery of municipal operational services (public works);
Requires a thorough knowledge of road construction and maintenance, including the ability to identify problems and ensure the necessary repairs to infrastructure; thorough knowledge of the operation and capabilities of heavy equipment such as loaders, excavators, graders, dump trucks, asphalt patching machines;
Proven ability to prepare accurate cost estimates, budget related data, and infrastructure maintenance project management; and a valid Alberta Class 5 operating license (6 demerit points or below).
Submissions will be received until Noon Friday March 29, 2019 (or until suitable candidate is chosen). All applications are to be marked “confidential” and will be received in confidence. Submit resumes, Attention Human Resources, in one of the following ways:
Mail/drop off to Mountain View County. Attention Human Resources, PO Bag 100, Didsbury, AB T0M 0W0
Note: For a detailed Position Description please contact Human Resources directly at 403-335-3311 ext 194 or email your request to email@example.com - We appreciate the interest of all candidates; however only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
• Answering questions from residents about the municipal census
• Printing and preparing census worker supplies, including maps and ID cards
• Supporting the Manager, Legislative Services in hiring and training census workers
• Providing daily support to census workers, including troubleshooting technology issues or route navigation
• Collecting census information from residents by telephone if required
• Undertaking quality assurance activities as required by legislation, including contacting residents to confirm the accuracy of census data collected
• Providing regular reports and updates to the Manager, Legislative Services
• Responsible for using confidential information appropriately, and maintaining the confidentiality and security of all information related to the County
• Other duties as assigned by the Manager, Legislative Services
• High School Diploma
• Project management experience
• Experience in census projects with thorough knowledge of census work
• Previous experience in a municipal environment is an asset
• Demonstrated ability to use an iPad and the census software
• Must complete a satisfactory criminal record check
• Knowledge and understanding of privacy legislation
• Proven ability to deal with sensitive situations
• Familiarity with Sturgeon County and the ability to read maps
• Knowledge of computer applications and Microsoft Office
• Must have a valid Class 5 license, regular access and use of a vehicle and a cell phone
• Ability to work flexible hours including days, evenings and weekends
The Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87 invites applications for a full time permanent Records Technician. This position is responsible for the implementation, promotion, and maintenance of a comprehensive records and information management program. In addition, this position includes the coordination of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP).
Key Responsibilities Include:
-Play an integral role in developing and assisting in meeting the requirements of the municipal records management program and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
-Update the municipal records management program documentation.
-Review and update records management processes.
-Update the municipality’s Personal Information Directories in accordance to legislation and Provincial Government Standards.
-Complete special information and records management projects as required.
-Diploma/Certificate in Records/Information Management program or equivalent combination of education and experience.
-Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a lead role in Records Management and FOIP responsibilities.
-3 years’ experience with Laserfiche, including Laserfiche workflow would be an asset.
-Thorough knowledge of the FOIP Act.
-Knowledge of the decisions of the last 3 years of the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta.
-3 years’ experience designing, implementing and managing a municipal records management program.
-Knowledge and understanding of the Municipal Government Act is an Asset.
-Proficient in Microsoft Office suite.
-Strong organizational skills and keen attention to detail.
-Communicate effectively verbally and in written form.
-Work independently and within a team environment.
-Ability to deal with confidential and sensitive information.
-Manage time and priorities effectively.
-Certificates in project management, change management would be an asset.
Please visit http://www.md.bonnyville.ab.ca/jobs.aspx for a full job description.
All interested applicants are invited to submit their resume, in confidence to:
Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87
Attn: Human Resources
Postal Bag 1010 Bonnyville, Alberta T9N 2J7
Fax: (780) 826-4524
Closing Date: Open until a suitable candidate is found
The City of Leduc is currently recruiting for a temporary, full-time Graphic Design Associate for the dynamic Leduc Recreation Centre (LRC)!
Key Responsibilities Include:
Reporting to the Manager, Business Services, this position will support in the development and design of digital media materials, ensuring professional and consistency to the overall marketing plan and campaigns for Recreation Services. They will coordinate and administer content on the Leduc Recreation Centre social media platforms, website, LRC app, internal/external digital screens, and all print materials to optimize and actively support the Leduc Recreation Services departmental operations and services. This position will work closely with the Marketing and Communications Specialist along with other City departments, and other stakeholders for the creation and distribution of communication materials, web design and marketing strategies to reflect the various recreation programs, facility operations and services of the City of Leduc.
The successful candidate will have a diploma in graphic or web design, or in a related field such as marketing or communications, and minimum 2 years’ experience in a graphic design role. Experience working in a recreation and/or municipal environment and familiarity with facility operations/events planning is an asset. High proficiency in computer literacy with experience in adobe creative suite, web content management systems, social media, Google AdWords, and MS Office. Excellent communication skills both verbal and written. Creative ability with knowledge of layout, graphic design and application to web-based material. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work cooperatively. Knowledge of graphic design and digital media industry trends, developments and opportunities. The successful candidate will also provide a current Criminal Record Check as part of the hiring process.
If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you! To apply for this position, please visit our website at: www.leduc.ca/jobs
Competition closes at 12:00 noon (MT) on March 25, 2019. This competition may be used to fill future vacancies at the same or lower classification level. Due to the high volume of resumes received, we are not able to respond to individual phone calls. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Additional Job Information:
Salary Range: $60,824.40 - $76,076.00/annum
Position Type: Temporary, Full-time - 35 hours per week; Term: May 2019 to May 2021
Posted Date: Mar 11, 2019
Closing Date: 20190325
Job ID: 19-38
The primary responsibilities of this position will be to provide administrative assistance to the Human Resources Department. As well, provides assistance to County employees in all areas of Human Resources and Health and Safety.
•Assist with the recruitment, selection and onboarding process. This will entail drafting job postings, posting to various recruitment websites, screening resumes, scheduling interviews, conducting reference checks.
•Coordinate the annual seasonal onboarding process. Arranging training facilitators, venues, and training equipment. Preparation of required sign on paperwork. Creation and tracking of employee onboarding spreadsheet. Participate in orientation sessions.
•Manage and promote the employee recognition program.
•Create records as per Records Management guidelines electronically or hard copy.
•Review, revise or input Employee data into the Human Resources Information System (HRIS) data base.
•Responsible for the HR departments invoicing practices. Ensure proper coding and collecting authorized signatures.
•Update job descriptions and organizational charts as needed.
•Assist with the preparation for career fair attendance such as ordering promotional material, booking sites, coordinating attendees, etc.
•Responsible for the tracking and collection for employee’s drivers abstracts. Ensure that abstracts are in good standing.
•Assist with the annual coordination of the Health & Safety BBQ, Audiometric Testing, and Health & Safety Audits.
•Act as the Joint Health and Safety Committee secretary.
• Post-Secondary degree/diploma in Human Resources and minimum 2 years relevant experience in a similar role.
• Previous experience with a HRIS
• Familiarity with Employment Standards, Human Right, Alberta OH&S and FOIP is an asset
• Excellent organizational and time management skills along with highly developed problem solving and analytical skills.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality when dealing with sensitive situations and/or information.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office
Please submit your resume and cover letter by email quoting the competition number in the subject line to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note this position is 0.5 FTE representing 17.5 hours per week
Thank you to all applicants for their interest, however only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.
The County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 is seeking a Seasonal Light Equipment Operator.
Regular hours of work are ten (10) hours per day Monday to Friday commencing at 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This Seasonal position will be for a term of seven (7) months, April 1 to October 31, 2019 inclusive.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Based at the Wetaskiwin Shop and reporting to the Utilities and Shop Foremen, the successful candidate will assist with the daily operation and maintenance of the Winfield and Wetaskiwin Shops and nine solid waste transfer stations. Work will involve maintenance and light repairs to site facilities, assisting with equipment maintenance in the field, and the operation of a skid steer and small dozer at the transfer stations.
• Hold a Class 1 or 3 driver’s license with a clean abstract.
• Experience in the operation of a skid steer and dozer. Operation of other types of construction equipment will be considered an asset.
• Able to load an equipment trailer and transport light equipment from site to site (e.g. skid steer).
• Experience in basic mechanical repair and maintenance of various equipment and facilities.
• Demonstrated an ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
• Have a demonstrated ability for being self motivated, organized, safety conscious, mechanical aptitude, and good analytical and problem solving skills; and
• Be physically fit and able to work in an outside environment.
Salary is in accordance with the International Union of Operating Engineers Collective Agreement with a starting amount of $27.06 to $30.07 per hour depending on experience.
Please submit your resume to the address below or you may submit on our website at www.county.wetaskiwin.ab.ca by 12:00 noon on March 26, 2019:
County of Wetaskiwin No. 10
Wetaskiwin, AB, T9A 2G5
(780) 352-3486 (fax) / (780) 352-3321 (phone)
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those scheduled for interviews will be contacted.
Starland County is seeking individuals to join our recreation crew who will be responsible for the maintenance and overall appearance of campgrounds, hamlets, cemeteries, truck fills and other spaces as required. The successful applicants will ensure the cleanliness of Starland County and address maintenance issues as required. Working on the recreation crew offers students an excellent opportunity to develop skills while saving money for school.
Starland County offers employees a 40-hour work week, Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A successful clean drug and alcohol test will be required prior to commencement of employment.
If this opportunity is of interest to you, please forward your resume to the address below no later than Friday March 22, 2019.
Located in the heart of Central Alberta, Red Deer County provides a wonderful mix of rural and urban amenities. Over 97% of County residents report high satisfaction with their quality of life, making Red Deer County a great destination for both living and working.
Red Deer County is a great place to work! It is much more than just a job to go to. It is a place where everyone plays an important role. At Red Deer County, we believe that mutual trust and respect, shared responsibility, and open communication are essential characteristics for creating personal success within a first class working environment.
Red Deer County has a permanent, full-time position for a dynamic and highly motivated ASSESSOR to supplement our ongoing focus in the delivery of customer service excellence.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Reporting to the Assessment Services Manager, the Assessor will provide assistance to the Assessment Services Department in establishing and maintaining an equitable assessment. The Assessor is required to assist in the establishment of quality standards, the organization of workloads, and all aspects of property assessments for residential and non-residential properties within the municipality.
Detailed duties of the Assessor position include, but are not limited to:
Assist the Assessment Services Department in the delivery, administration, and valuation process for all of the properties within Red Deer County on an annual basis.
Assist in implementing and maintaining uniform property assessments for residential, commercial, industrial, and oil & gas properties within the municipality.
Conduct property inspections and use/apply the cost, income, and direct sales comparison approach to value on a mass appraisal basis.
Respond promptly to public enquiries, explaining and interpreting valuations through various means of communication.
Prepare and defend assessments as Assessment Review Board and Municipal Government Board hearings.
Assist the Assessment Services Manager in land management duties and responsibilities.
Ensure availability to the public and to other departments within the organization for any and all questions concerning the operation of the Assessment Department.
Organize and coordinate daily duties and activities to accomplish responsibilities and duties within the appropriate time frame(s).
Maintain a professional level and the appropriate educational requirements to perform duties effectively.
Undertake other tasks and responsibilities as required within the scope of the position.
A diploma in Urban Land Economics or post-secondary degree or diploma in a related discipline, majoring in Real Estate Appraisal & Assessment.
Accredited Municipal Assessor of Alberta (AMAA) designation or equivalent.
A minimum of four (4) years’ experience in assessment valuations, with experience in all approaches to value.
**An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.**
In depth knowledge, interpretation, and application of the Municipal Government Act and associated regulations.
Ability to work independently, with strong organizational and time management skills.
Excellent communication skills, along with collaborative, responsive, and supportive relationship skills.
Ability to successfully communicate with various levels within the organization, as well as outside agencies.
Experience with all aspects of rural assessment, including oil & gas properties.
Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and computer assisted mass appraisal systems.
Valid Class 5 drivers’ license with acceptable drivers’ abstract.
Acceptable Criminal Records Check.
Experience within a local government setting is considered an asset.
Additional Information This is a permanent, full-time position. Red Deer County offers a competitive compensation package, learning opportunities, and work hours that enable a superior work-life balance.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Qualified parties are requested to submit a detailed resume and cover letter to the Human Resources Department. This posting will remain open until a suitable candidate it found.
Jennifer Dennis - Human Resources Coordinator
Red Deer County Centre
38106 Range Road 275
Red Deer County, AB T4S 2L9
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.