The Town of Morinville is a vibrant, growing community located in the Edmonton Metro region. With a resident population of approximately 10,500, Morinville has a healthy business and residential community that offers an excellent quality of life in a smaller urban setting.
Town of Morinville is currently seeking a Temporary Full-Time Facility Operator II position with the Community Services Department. Reporting to the Facilities Team Lead, the Facility Operator II will be involved in the day to day operation, maintenance, and custodial duties of Morinville-owned facilities with the primary location at the Morinville Leisure Centre. This position has an end date of on or before March 31, 2023, based on operational requirements.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Operate municipal equipment, such as Zamboni, snow blower/sweeper, lift, hand tools and sundry equipment, and perform assigned work in a safe and responsible manner.
Apply equipment specific operation skills, techniques and procedures in the performance of assigned maintenance activities on Town owned facilities.
Perform custodial duties, daily maintenance checks, and weekly servicing of all equipment operated to ensure equipment is maintained as outlined in the work procedures. Wash and clean equipment as required and report any malfunctions and/or repairs required to the Team Lead.
Assist patrons in the set up and tear down of equipment that is approved for use, and assisting guests/clients of the facilities with any questions or concerns in a prompt and courteous manner.
May be assigned other duties within the Community Services Department.
High School Diploma (equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered).
A valid Class 5 Alberta Operator’s License.
Arena Level I.
RFP Custodial Course.
Relevant training and certifications required to operate municipal equipment.
First Aid/CPR certification.
Related experience in operation of equipment in a recreation facility.
Physical ability and dexterity to perform a variety of manual tasks (lifting, squatting, bending, twisting, and climbing). Work may be performed with exposure to outdoor elements.
Excellent customer service and communication skills, with the ability to deal courteously and effectively with the public, internal & external customers.
The successful candidate is required to provide a satisfactory Criminal Record Check and Driver’s Abstract.
Please submit resume and cover letter quoting “COMP #202240 –FOII” to:
Salary Range: This position is included within the scope of the Town’s unionized setting (CUPE Local 2426) and is based on a 40 hour work week, with a starting wage of $26.02 per hour, applied in accordance to the Collective Agreement. This position shift schedule includes evenings and/or weekends due to operational requirements.
Posted Date: Aug 03, 2022
Closing Date: Aug 16, 2022
Job ID: COMP #202240 –FOII