Casual (up to 44 hours / week)
This position has been deemed safety sensitive by the employer and as such
is subject to reasonable cause and post-incident drug and alcohol testing
At the City of Leduc, our mission is People. Building. Community. We offer a collaborative and dynamic workplace where our values of Teamwork, Service, Respect and Leadership guide our conduct and contribute to a healthy culture. We strive to offer the best aquatic experience, including the best lessons, safest swims, and cleanest facilities. If you would like to work as part of a progressive organization and enjoy a fast-paced environment, then this may be the opportunity for you.
We are currently recruiting for a casual Junior Instructor at our Leduc Recreation Centre.
About the Opportunity
Reporting to the Lead Instructor on duty, this position is responsible for providing high quality instruction for a variety of aquatic programs and promoting a safe, enjoyable aquatic experience for facility users.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Instruct aquatic lessons for children, youth and/or adults, schools and other community-based groups
Greet participants and ensure any required information is shared
Prevent injuries by providing public education, enforcing safety rules and regulations and recognizing and responding appropriately in the event of an emergency
Recognize and respond to incidents requiring first aid or other safety-related concerns
Maintain a clean and safe environment in and around the water for users
Work with your team and supervisors to remain current on operational procedures, first aid and rescue skills
Provide users with the highest quality of customer service and create a valuable and positive experience
Maintain a positive attitude and always portray a professional image when dealing with the public
You are an ideal candidate if you have the following:
At least 15 years of age
A positive and energetic personality who is hard working and team-oriented
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively within a team
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a proven commitment to customer service
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment by multi-tasking and efficiently prioritizing workload
A commitment to ongoing learning and skill development, including the ability to complete monthly fitness and knowledge skills tests, attend all required training and in-service sessions and complete additional courses or certifications as required
Ability to work evenings and weekends, as required
Must be flexible to attend training sessions outside of typical work week hours, as required
Must be fully immunized against COVID-19 and be willing to provide proof of immunization, or provide written approved exemption on the basis of a protected ground under the AB Human Rights Act
Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI)
Standard First Aid or Aquatic Emergency Care (AEC)
Specialty certifications such as First Aid Instructor are considered assets
Junior Instructors are needed to fill a variety of shifts and must be available to work a flexible schedule, including a variety of morning, mid-day, evening and weekend shifts
Must commit availability to work at least one evening shift and one weekend shift per week
The number of hours of work per week may vary based on operational need and cannot always be projected
Preference will be given to candidates with open availability
An additional $1.00/hr shift premium for hours worked before 7:00 a.m. and after 6:00 p.m. daily
Annual deck footwear allowance and instructor rashguard provided
Free annual LRC membership
Paid training and recertification (time and course fees)
Opportunities to learn and grow within the organization
A dynamic, fun, fast paced work environment
Join our Team!
Come and be a part of an energetic team where we work together to have fun and provide the best aquatic experience for our patrons. If you are a positive, customer focused individual, we would love to hear from you!
To apply, please visit our website at www.leduc.ca/careers
Competition will remain open until suitable candidates are found. This competition may be used to fill future vacancies. 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.
Mackenzie County is currently inviting applications for a Finance Officer position. The location for this position will be in Fort Vermilion. This is a full-time unionized position with a 40 hour work week (8 hours per day) Monday to Friday.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Reporting to the Finance Controller, the successful applicant will be responsible for:
Preparing internal operating and capital budget reports for operating departments;
Reconciling bank accounts, including investment and credit card accounts;
Monitor the chequing account balance and outstanding cheque balances;
Prepare and submit investment fund transfer request to the Director of Finance;
Collect and review recoding requests from all departments, and submit to the Finance Controller for approval;
Regularly enter invoices and other project data in the project costing spreadsheet and regularly reconcile it to the general ledger. Verify all documentation required as received;
Prepare the year-end audit leadsheet for bank and investments;
Collect and maintain asset addition and disposal files in Diamond;
Assist in preparation of the project reports to granting agencies as required;
Prepare GST return quarterly for review and submission by the Finance Controller;
Other duties as required.
Requirements for this position are:
Post-secondary education in Business Administration or Accounting is an asset;
Minimum of 3 years experience in accounting or finance field;
Municipal and/or government accounting experience is an asset;
Working knowledge of Great Plains Dynamics software is an asset;
Attention to detail, strong numeracy skills and a high level of accuracy is essential;
Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs;
Effective interpersonal, time management and organizational skills;
Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
Ability to work with minimal supervision;
Ability to manage conflicting priorities under tight deadlines;
A valid class 5 driver's licence;
Evidence of successfully passing a police Criminal Record Check.
Competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Facilities Operator I (Recreation) Community Services Fulltime- 1 Year Term (Potential Permanent after term commences) Internal/External Comp # MS-22-30 $23.13-$28.45 hourly
Are you an individual that values health and safety that wants to gain experience in arena, pool, and recreation operations? Do you enjoy working in a variety of settings, with equipment and being physically active throughout the day? If so, we’d like to introduce you to our Term Facilities Operator l opening!
Reporting to the Team Leader, the Recreation Facilities Operator I is responsible for performing a variety of daily tasks maintaining and upkeeping the maintenance of City and community recreation buildings and facilities including indoor pools, pool operations, sports arenas, sports fields, and grounds. Some landscaping, snow removal, repairs, and operations of small equipment according to safety practices and standards will be required.
You are the ideal candidate if…
You value a safe environment and will practice and enforce all health and safety policies and procedures.
You are mechanically inclined and enjoy the physical aspects of work.
You love variety and working in a fast-paced environment.
You have excellent customer service skills.
You have high standards for your work.
You are strongly motivated to learn, eager to meet (or exceed) basic requirements, have good tolerance to stress/pressure.
You love to engage and work with a team.
You enjoy working outdoors in all weather.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Provide excellent customer service
Perform daily building and equipment maintenance and small repairs for community center building, aquatic center, sports fields, parking lots and driveways
Operate tractors, grass cutting equipment, ice-surfaces, small loaders, skid-steer, and other machinery
Perform other ground maintenance and snow clearing
Operate City vehicles.
Lift up to 50lbs, work at varied heights from ladders, scaffolding boom trucks and load and unload vehicles.
Complete daily or weekly maintenance logs or reports and attend team meetings
Knowledge and compliance of Alberta OHS and the City of Wetaskiwin safety programs
This position requires shift work including evening and weekends
This position must be on the on-call rotation and respond to work within 30 minutes of call-out
Education and Minimum Qualifications
High School Diploma
Experience in building maintenance an asset with preference given to candidates who have any of the following certificates: Arena Operator Level 1; Building Maintenance Level 1; Pool Operator Level 1; and Alberta health Services Pool Operator Level 1.
Experience with operating small equipment and machinery.
Safety tickets such as, First Aid, WHIMIS confined space an asset
Conditions of Employment
Physically capable of lifting and moving objects up to fifty (50) pounds, work at varied heights and move small equipment throughout City facilities. Must be able to stand and move on feet for most of the day.
Must have a valid Alberta driver’s license and provide a police record check including vulnerable sector check.
Must be available to work shift work including evening and weekends.
Must be able to participate in the on-call rotation and arrive to the call out location within 30 minutes (City of Wetaskiwin Manluk Centre, Drill Hall, Ice Area, etc.)
The City of Wetaskiwin is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.
The personal information submitted pursuant to this advertisement will be utilized for this Employment Opportunity only and is subject to compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Applicants are thanked in advance for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Bow Island is a quiet town in the middle of a very diverse agricultural area. The town is surrounded by irrigated farming which encompasses a variety of different crops such as beans, potatoes, sugar beets, dill, spearmint, and a very progressive dry land farming economy. Visit bowisland.com to check out our community and our lifestyle.
Water/Wastewater Operator Level 2
Key Responsibilities Include:
Operation of the Water Distribution System and the Wastewater Collection & Treatment System
Supervision of One Staff Member
On-Call Responsibilities with overtime required
Certification: Level 2 Water Distribution (or able to obtain), Level 1 Wastewater Collection, Level 1 Wastewater Treatment
Full understanding of Water and Sewer Systems
Competency with Microsoft Office and Excel considered an asset
Must reside within 60 kilometers of the Town of Bow Island for On-Call duties
An Exciting Opportunity to work with a Progressive-Minded Employer
A Team-based, Supportive Environment
Fulfilling and Challenging position
Medical / Dental Benefits & Pension
Family-orientated, Safe Community with a Low Cost of Living
Please apply online at hire-standard.com or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank all applicants for their interest, however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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