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CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS

Communications Coordinator

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND EVENTS

Crew Leader
Events Coordinator
Events Set-Up

ENGINEERING

Facilities Inspector
Forestry / Silviculture Worker
Inspector
Survey Assistant
Traffic Analyst
Traffic Team Leader
Traffic Surveyor

MAGNETIC HILL ZOO

Admissions/Gift Shop Host/Hostess
Animal Care
Ground Maintenance Worker
Pony Ride Attendant
Pony Ride Supervisor
Program Leader
Program Supervisor

PARKS & LEISURE SERVICES

Athletic Field Maintenance
Crew Leader
Gardening Crew
Ground Worker – Tree Crew
Ground Maintenance Worker - Centennial Park
Lawn Mowing
Night Watering Crew – Parks
Painter
Playground Leader
Program Supervisor - Recreation

PUBLIC WORKS

Asphalt Patching Inspector
Concrete Finisher
Concrete Inspector
Crew Leader
Labourer
Mechanical
Sign Installation / Street Line Painting

TOURISM & CULTURE

Admissions and Gift Shop Host/Hostess-Resurgo Place

Collections Assistant - Resurgo
Program Leader - Resurgo Place
Education Coordinator - Resurgo Place
Program Leader - Thomas Williams House
Education Coordinator - Thomas Williams House
Magnetic Hill Traffic Staff
On-Site Supervisor - Magnetic Hill Traffic Staff
Visitor Information Counsellor

UTILITIES

Water & Sewer Labourer
Water & Sewer Operator
Water Quality Monitoring/Testing

VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS

Clerical/Administration

 

 

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS


COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR

Student will assist with many writing assignments including the citizen newsletter, brochure copy, press releases, public information notices, advertisements, speeches and remarks.  Information gathering, background research and dealing with internal and external customers to obtain the necessary information are also a key part of the position. 
 
Other activities include helping co-ordinate special events (ex. press conferences) or initiatives as well as supporting the City’s online presence (website, social media)
 
The incumbent must be a well-organized, confident, self-starter who enjoys teamwork but is capable of working independently.  The ability to deal with changing priorities and workloads is also important.  The position interacts with all levels of the corporation including the Mayor and members of council as well as department heads.  As such, he/she must possess good judgement, be mature and able to effectively deal with a variety of work relationships. 
 
Excellent oral and written skills in both English and French are required.
 
Education:
University or community college student enrolled in communications, public relations or related field.
 
Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset.
 
Supervision/Training:
Reports to the Manager, Communications and Bilingual Services with day-to-day responsibilities and direction  is also provided by the department’s Communication Officers.  Training will be provided.
 
Hours of Work:
Work hours are mainly 8:30 – 4:30 PM, Monday to Friday.  Some weekend and overtime may be required for special projects.

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & EVENTS
 

CREW LEADER
To supervise and assist the crew in the repair and maintenance of various exhibits.  Must be physically fit as a lot of heavy lifting is required (up to 60 lbs.)

Education:
High School, University or College student.  Minimum of two (2) years experience with the City of Moncton as a student.  Must possess a valid driver‘s license in good standing.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
In charge of the crew.  Reporting directly to the foreman and insuring the daily work schedule and work orders are completed.

Hours of work:
Forty (40) hours per week.  Variable shifts and weekend work.

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EVENTS COORDINATOR
This position would include being a team leader with respect to events happening throughout the summer months.

The position would function in pre-planning meetings with the organizing committee, implementing event logistics, providing marketing services, conducting surveys with participants and spectators, providing Visitor Information Services, being on-site during the event, preparing event reports.

The position would be involved in all levels of events from major festivals to community projects.

Education:
University Student with interest in event planning, marketing and public relations.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision / Training
Students must be self-starters, motivated and able to work with little supervision.  They must also possess decision-making and crisis management skills.

Hours of work:
Students will be required to work varied hours throughout the event season depending on event schedules.  These hours may be weekends / evenings.

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EVENTS SET-UP
Labour work.  Must be physically fit as a lot of heavy lifting is required.

Education:
High School, College or University Student.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
No supervisory duties.  Training will be provided.  Supervision will be under the guidance of City Staff.

Hours of work:
Forty (40) hours per week.  Variable shifts.

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ENGINEERING
 

FACILITIES INSPECTOR
Monitors Contractors on Facilities construction projects on a daily basis;
• supports Facilities Technologists with daily site inspections and reporting of activities on construction sites
• assists in maintaining quality control for various projects
• assists in ensuring that all specifications and plans are followed
• monitors construction practices and procedures
• backs up all site visits with project photos; ensures proper maintenance and updates of construction files (digital and hard copy)
• attends construction site meetings
• actively monitors and assists in evaluating work site safety, to the extent of relative training received from Supervisors and Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator
• with the guidance of Facilities Technologists and city Tradesmen, gathers and processes information relative to city-owned facilities with respect to asset management and life-cycle costing

Construction projects involve facility construction, repairs and renovations, life safety upgrades to buildings, CCTV, Access Control systems, etc.  Asset management project is an information and fact-gathering process, along with data co-ordination of the information found.

Work is performed both in the office and on construction sites.  This could include some exposure to inclement weather, vehicular traffic and occupational hazards relative to construction sites.  Proper safety training is provided by the Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator.
Must possess a valid Class 5 driver’s license (may require a vehicle available for work purposes during work hours)

This position requires a fair amount of initiative and the ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion when working with Consultants and Contractors on construction sites, in the resolution of day-to-day problems.  Effective and concise communication and interpersonal skills are important, as this position requires frequent contact with staff in city-owned facilities as well as contractors, consultants, and members of the general public at times.

Education: 
Ideally, hired students shall be first year university in the Mechanical Engineering or Architectural option, planning to continue with Buildings services or the architectural field of study.  Community College students may be considered if previous experience is relative to the position. 

Student must have good working knowledge of computers, have worked in AutoCad, have a good understanding of Windows-based programs and a strong ability to learn new software, with guidance provided.

Fluency in English speaking and writing is a prerequisite; a good speaking knowledge in French would be considered an asset. 

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Hours of Work – 35 per week, but additional hours could occur based on work schedules of the various contractors.

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FORESTRY / SILVICULTURE WORKER
Summer duties will include forestry- silviculture work in watershed areas such as pre-commercial thinning, tree planting, butt pruning plantations, signage installation in managed forests, sugar bush thinning and maintenance, forest pest identification, plantation clean up, mapping and laying out new areas for planting in community forest, boundary line GPS identification, flagging, painting and other forestry duties as outlined by the Natural Resource Program Coordinator.

Watershed management duties may be assigned - water quality samples may be required to be taken during the summer and these forestry positions would be required to assist, manage large data sets and develop graphs and charts to showcase stand and water data as requested.

This position is technical and specific to forestry and forest management experience and willingness to work outside daily is a necessity. Ability to work in the field with a Trimble GPS and gather stand data with mapping skills is a requirement.

Experience working with bush cutters, spacing saws, whipper snippers, butt pruners would be an asset.

Outdoor forestry experience is a requirement as this position is technical and physical in nature, specific to forest management.

Education:
University student in the field of forestry, environmental science, biology or chemistry.  Community College students may be considered if previous experience is relative to the position

Workplace Standard First Aid and experience working with a variety of forestry equipment is a requirement.

Supervision/Training:
Training will be provided on all equipment.

Hours of work:
Forty (40) hours/week, with a few weekends if required for tree planting.

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INSPECTOR
Monitors all construction progress on a daily basis; reports on all activities and maintains quantity and quality control for various projects; ensures that the City of Moncton Standard Specifications are followed, as well as approved construction and safety practices and procedures; actively monitors and evaluates work site safety, to the extent of relative training received from Supervisors and Loss Prevention Coordinator.

Projects involve asphalt paving, street reconstruction, concrete curb and sidewalk construction, watermain installation and storm and sanitary installations.

Work is performed outside with exposure to inclement weather, vehicular traffic and occupational hazards on construction sites.  Proper safety training is provided.

This position requires a fair amount of initiative and the ability to exercise sound judgement and discretion in the resolution of day-to-day problems. Communication skills are important, as this position requires frequent contact with members of the general public, contractors, consultants, surveyors, etc.

Education:
Initially hired students shall be first or second year university completed in Engineering, preferably in the Civil option.  Community College students may be considered if previous experience is relative to the position. Returning students will have increasingly responsible duties as they gain experience, including supervision of junior students.

Fluency in English speaking and writing is a prerequisite; good speaking knowledge in French would be considered an asset to the position.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Provided by Engineering Department staff, Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator and other personnel hired or designated for specific technical training.

Hours of work:
Based on a 40-hour workweek, however many weeks during construction season are in excess of fifty (50) hours.  Some weekend and holiday work is required, depending on work schedules.

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SURVEY ASSISTANT
Works as part of a survey team and applies basic survey skills as learned from survey and engineering courses; assists in the pick-up of data and the layout of work for proposed construction and final measurements of completed projects.  Assists the Crew Chief in carrying out of all assigned projects.

Education:
Minimum 1st year university completed in Engineering; preference will be given to those in the Survey or Civil options.  Community College students may be considered if previous experience is relative to the position.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Supervision will be provided by the team leader (Crew Chief) and full-time Survey staff.  Training provided by Engineering Department Staff, team leader and the Loss Prevention Officer.

Hours of work:
Based on a 40-hour workweek with the possibility of some overtime, weekend and holiday work.

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TRAFFIC ANALYST
Work comprises of placing mechanical counters in the field; retrieving and analyzing data from the counts; creating reports.  In addition, he/she is responsible for relieving the traffic surveyors during their break. A good knowledge of computers is required.

Education:
Initially hired students shall be first or second year (maximum) University completed in Engineering, preferably in the Civil option.  Community College students may be considered if previous experience is relative to the position.  Returning students will have increasingly responsible duties as they gain experience, including supervision of junior students.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Provided by Engineering Department Staff, Loss Prevention Coordinator and other personnel hired or designated for specific technical training.

Hours of work:
Eight (8) hours per day for a total of forty (40) hours per week.

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TRAFFIC TEAM LEADER
Works as a team leader with traffic crew. Responsible for creating work schedules for the traffic surveyors and weekly reports on activities.  In addition, he/she is responsible to create transportation reports with the aid of Engineering staff. A good knowledge of computers is required.

Education:
Initially hired students shall be first or second year (maximum) University completed in Engineering, preferably in the Civil option.  Community College students may be considered if previous experience is relative to the position.  Returning students will have increasingly responsible duties as they gain experience, including supervision of junior students.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Provided by Engineering Department Staff, Loss Prevention Coordinator and other personnel hired or designated for specific technical training.

Hours of work:
Eight (8) hours per day for a total of forty (40) hours per week.

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TRAFFIC SURVEYOR
May and June:  Work comprises of counting vehicular and pedestrian traffic.  July and August, the individual performs various analyses in the field of transportation. Computer experience would be an asset.

Education:
Initially hired students shall be first or second year (maximum) University completed in Engineering, preferably in the Civil option.  Community College students may be considered if previous experience is relative to the position.  Returning students will have increasingly responsible duties as they gain experience, including supervision of junior students.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Provided by Engineering Department Staff, Loss Prevention Coordinator and other personnel hired or designated for specific technical training.

Hours of work:
In May and June, twelve (12) hours per day, three (3) days per week.  In July and August, eight (8) hours per day, five (5) days per week.


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MAGNETIC HILL ZOO

 

ADMISSIONS / GIFT SHOP HOST/HOSTESS
Must be bilingual and bondable. Working with the general public sometimes in a stressful and busy environment.

Education:
University or college student as start date is in May.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Under the supervision of the Admissions/Gift Shop Supervisor.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Various shifts, including weekends.  Generally 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.

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ANIMAL CARE
To assist the keeper in the care, cleaning and/or food preparation for the animals at the zoo.

Must be able to work with the public and assist with public presentations.

Must be physically able to perform the duties assigned.

Moderate to heavy lifting will be required up to and including sixty (60) lbs., such as animal feed, shovelling and water buckets.

Must be able to perform the duties in inclement weather.

Education:
University student enrolled in an animal science related field (i.e. biology, zoology etc…)

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset.

Must have and maintain a valid Class 5 driver’s licence.

Supervision/Training:
Supervision will be provided by the Zookeepers.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Must work weekends.  Generally hours are 8:00am to 4:00pm.

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GROUND MAINTENANCE WORKER
Assists the maintenance crew in maintaining the Magnetic Hill Park and the Magnetic Hill Zoo to a high standard of cleanliness and presentation.

Types of positions available are maintenance student, horticulture student or janitorial student.

Must be physically able to perform the duties assigned.

Must be able to interact positively with public.

Moderate to heavy lifting will be required up to and including sixty (60) lbs., such as construction, shovelling and lifting boxes.

Must be able to perform the duties in inclement weather.

Education:
College or University student enrolled in a respective field of study would be an asset.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset.

A valid class 5 driver’s licence would be an asset.

Supervision/Training:
Supervision will be under the guidance of City Staff.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Varied hours during the week – five (5) days a week.  Must work weekends.

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PONY RIDE ATTENDANT
Students will be responsible for giving pony rides to children and properly maintaining, cleaning, and feeding the horses at the zoo and the workstation.

Must be physically able to perform the duties assigned.

Moderate to heavy lifting will be required up to and including sixty (60) lbs., such as animal feed, shovelling and assisting children onto ponies.

Must be able to perform the duties in inclement weather.

Experience working with horses is essential.

Customer service experience is a requirement. 

Experience with children would be an asset.

Education:
Student enrolled in an animal science related field (i.e. biology, zoology etc…) would be considered an asset.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Supervision will be provided by the Pony Ride Supervisor or Working Foreman-Animal Care.  Training will be provided for routines and other tasks.

Hours of work:
Must work weekends.  Generally hours are 9:30am to 5:30pm.

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PONY RIDE SUPERVISOR
Students will be responsible for giving pony rides to children and properly maintaining, cleaning, and feeding the horses at the zoo and the workstation.

Must be physically able to perform the duties assigned.

Moderate to heavy lifting will be required up to and including sixty (60) lbs., such as animal feed, shovelling and assisting children onto ponies.

Must be able to perform the duties in inclement weather.

Experience working with horses is essential.

Customer service experience is a requirement. 

Experience with children would be an asset.

Education:
Student enrolled in an animal science related field (i.e. biology, zoology etc…) would be considered an asset.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Will supervise Pony Ride Attendants.  Supervision will be provided by the Working Foreman-Animal Care.  Training will be provided for routines and other tasks.

Hours of work:
Must work weekends.  Generally hours are 9:30am to 5:30pm.

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PROGRAM LEADER
Education Department staff should have an interest in working with children and an interest in animals/wildlife.

This is a high pace environment that requires enthusiastic, energetic staff.

The successful candidate must have at least one year of experience working with children in day or overnight camp setting, enjoy working with children, have strong leadership and organizational skills, be able to work in a group and alone and be willing to handle live exotic animals.

Education:
University or College. Preference will be given to students presently enrolled in Education programs.

Must be fluently bilingual.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision / Training:
Involves a high level of responsibility and supervision of children aged 5 years through 17 years of age.  Training in Zoo Emergency and Animal Handling Procedures will be provided.

Hours of work:
Monday to Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm.

In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program. The YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

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PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
Education Department staff should have an interest in working with children and an interest in animals/wildlife.

This is a high pace environment that requires enthusiastic, energetic staff.

The Successful candidate must have several years of experience working with children in day or overnight camp settings, enjoy working with children, have strong leadership and organizational skills, be able to work in a group and alone, have previous experience supervising other staff and be willing to handle live exotic animals.

Education:
University or College students.  Preference will be given to students presently enrolled in Education programs.

Must be fluently bilingual.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision / Training:
Involves a high level of responsibility and supervision of children aged 5 years through 17 years of age.  Training in Zoo Emergency and Animal Handing Procedures will be provided.

Hours of work:
Monday to Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm.

In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program.  The YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

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PARKS & LEISURE SERVICES

 

ATHLETIC FIELD MAINTENANCE
The work entails basic labour for grounds maintenance on athletic fields and facilities.  Must be physically able to perform duties like pushing a lawn mower, line and drag fields, rake, shovel and collect litter and perform janitorial duties.  Moderate lifting will be required such as bags of lining powder and fertilizer up to fifty (50) lbs.

Education:
High School, College or University student.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Will be trained on safety and the operation of field equipment.  Safety footwear is required.  Supervision will be under the guidance of City Staff.

Hours of work:
Sunday to Saturday.  Variable Hours.  Must be able to work evenings and weekends.

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CREW LEADER
To supervise small crews in the maintenance of parks and leisure services facilities.  Related-related duties include, such things as lawn mowing, athletic field maintenance horticultural  maintenance, etc…  Must be physically fit heavy lifting is required (up to 60 lbs.) and have the ability to supervise fellow employees.  Will be responsible for on-site health and safety, productivity and reporting directly to the appropriate foreman.

Education:
High School, University or College student.  Minimum of two (2) years experience with the City of Moncton as a student.  Must possess a valid driver ‘s license in good standing. Experience in the specific related field is a requirement.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
In charge of the crew.  Reporting directly to the foreman and insuring the daily work schedule and work orders are completed.

Hours of work:
Forty (40) hours per week.  Variable shifts.  There are three (3) different shifts:  12:00am to 8:00am, 8:00am to 4:00pm or 4:00pm to 12:00am.  Possibility of weekend work.

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GARDENING CREW
Will be working in all aspects of parks maintenance, planting and maintaining annual floral displays and shrub beds in the City’s major parks.  This work may include but is not limited to mulching, edging, litter control, pruning, transplanting and weeding, as well as maintaining the City’s linear trails systems.

Experience with gardening tools such as string trimmers, power edgers, tillers and leaf-blowers are an asset.  Knowledge of irrigation systems and their operation is also and asset.

Education:
Post-secondary education in horticulture is preferred, but not required.  Valid driver’s license.

Workplace Standard First Aid and WHMIS would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Must be able to work with minimal supervision.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Commencing in early May (as weather permits) until Labour Day.
Monday to Friday shift - 8:00am-4:00pm

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GROUND WORKER – TREE CREW
Will be required to assist the tree crew in pruning and removal operations throughout the City of Moncton.  Most work will be in parks and on street side locations.  Will be required to pile and chip brush, secure work area and direct pedestrian traffic, small tree and shrub pruning as required.  Must be physically fit and able to perform the work, heavy lifting is required.

Education:
Post-secondary education in horticulture or arboriculture is preferred, but not required. 

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Valid Class 5 driver’s license is required.

Supervision/Training:
Must be able to work with minimal supervision.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Commencing in early May (as weather permits) until Labour Day.
Monday to Friday shift - 8:00am - 4:00pm

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GROUND MAINTENANCE WORKER – CENTENNIAL PARK
To assist the maintenance crew in the repair and maintenance of various facilities within Centennial park. A position that involves labour related duties, such as lawn mowing, horticultural maintenance, garbage collection, trail maintenance, janitorial duties etc…  Must be physically fit, heavy lifting is required (up to 60 lbs.)

Education:
High School, University or College student.

Workplace Standard First Aid and WHMIS would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
No supervisory duties.  Training will be provided.  Supervision will be under the guidance of City Staff.

Hours of work:
Forty (40) hours per week.  Variable shifts.  Evenings and weekends will be required.

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LAWN MOWING
Labour work involving all aspects of lawn maintenance such as litter collection, operations of mowing equipment such as push, walk behind and ride on commercial mowers, string trimmers and blowers.  Duties may vary depending on work load, may be required to perform various other labour related tasks such as event set up or general grounds maintenance.  Must be physically fit, heavy lifting is required.

Education:
High School, College or University student.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset.

Supervision/Training:
Will be trained on safety and the operation of equipment.  Safety footwear required.  Supervision will be under the guidance of City Staff.

Hours of work:
Sunday to Saturday.  Variable Hours.  Must be able to work evenings and weekends.

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NIGHT WATERING CREW – PARKS
Primary duties will be responsible for watering and fertilizing the flowers in the parks system.  Other duties will be assigned as required.

Must be physically fit and able to lift water tanks on and off the truck.

Education:
Post-secondary education is preferred, but not required.

Workplace Standard First Aid and WHMIS is a required.

Valid Class 5 driver’s license is required.

Supervision/Training:
Must be responsible and able to work with minimal supervision.  Training will be provided.

Hours of Work:
Work commencing June 1st until Labour Day.
Sunday night to Thursday evening shift – 3:30pm – 11:30pm

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PAINTER
Labour work.  Must be physically fit as lifting is required. Painting experience will be considered an asset.

Education:
High School, University or College Student.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset.

Supervision/Training:
No supervisory duties.  Training will be provided.  Supervision will be under the guidance of City Staff.

Hours of work:
Forty (40) hours per week.  Variable shifts.

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PLAYGROUND LEADER
To be responsible for the implementation of a Neighbourhood Playground Program, which includes facilitating activities for children of various age groups and the co-ordination of events along with adult neighbourhood volunteers.

Education:
High School, College or University student preferably enrolled in Recreation studies or Early Childhood Education.  Bilingualism would be an asset.  CPR and First Aid Training is a requirement.

Supervision/Training:
Playground leaders are supervised by the Neighbourhood Parent Committee and training is provided by staff of Moncton Parks & Leisure Services.

Hours of work:
Varies depending upon requirements of Neighbourhood groups. Work schedule is flexible but may involve daytime, evening and weekend work.

Please note that Playground Leaders are not City of Moncton employees but are hired and supervised by individual Neighbourhood Committees.  Applications submitted to the City of Moncton are forwarded to the Neighbourhood Committees if required.

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PROGRAM SUPERVISOR – RECREATION
Responsible for coordination of various leisure/recreation programs.  Duties may include staff scheduling, development of programs, working with advisory groups, development of corporate programs, marketing and promotion, staff evaluations and program evaluations.

Education:
Grade 12 plus second or third year University completed in Recreation.  Must have good organizational skills.  Background in Recreation Administration / Physical Education is an asset.

Must be bilingual (English & French)

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Training and supervision will be provided by Parks & Leisure Services.

Hours of work:
Thirty-five (35) hours per week

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PUBLIC WORKS

 

ASPHALT PATCHING INSPECTOR
Inspects asphalt patching of utility cuts and asphalt in general patching, reports of other cuts, quality control.

Education:
Attending University or completion of Grade 12 with plans to attend a recognized College or University in the Fall. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the Engineering field.

Workplace Standard First Aid is an asset.

Supervision/Training:
The student will be required to supervise patching contracts. This involves providing inspection of the work and guidance of the contractor carrying out this work. Report writing, quality and quantity control, work site safety and minimizing public inconvenience are important aspects of this job.  Training will be provided.  Will be required to perform cost analysis reports, create and modify spreadsheets, as well as update Forman and Supervisors on status of contracts and completion dates.

Hours of work:
Will vary depending upon the number of hours worked by the contactor.

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CONCRETE FINISHER
The work will consist of finishing concrete for curb and sidewalk jobs. This job requires intensive effort when a concrete pour is taking place; therefore good physical condition is a requirement for this job.

Education:
Attending University, College or completion of Grade 12 with plans to attend a recognized educational institution in the Fall will be considered an asset.

Workplace Standard First Aid is an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Student will work under the direction of City Staff.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm, but may vary depending on work demands.

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CONCRETE INSPECTOR
Preliminary inspection and site survey; daily reports including quantities; progress payments; ensure quality work; co-ordinate material testing; ensure work meets City of Moncton Standard specifications.  Knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Office (Excel) is a definite asset.

Education:
Applicant must be enrolled in a full time university program or have completed Grade 12 and plan to attend a recognized University or College in the Fall.  Preference will be given to those enrolled in the Engineering field.

Workplace Standard First Aid is an asset.

Supervision/Training:
Applicant will be in charge of supervising concrete work crews.  These crews may consist of either city employees or a contractor. Work will involve good record keeping, quality control, and contact with the public.  Updating of budget, spreadsheets and payment records will be required.

Hours of work:
May vary.  8:00am to 4:00pm depending on weather and contractor hours.  The shifts may dictate longer days.

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CREW LEADER
To supervise and assist the crew in the repair and maintenance of curb, sidewalk or street repairs.  Related duties are directing crews as a lead hand when required, tracking hours and measurements of work.

Education:
High School, University or College student.  Minimum of two (2) years experience with the City of Moncton as a student.  Must possess a valid driver‘s license in good standing. Previous experience in repair of municipal structures either with the City of Moncton or other municipality is a requirement

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
In charge of the crew.  Reporting directly to the foreman and insuring the daily work schedule and work orders are completed.

Hours of work:
Forty (40) hours per week. 8am to 4:00 pm (hours of work may vary depending on weather and work load)

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LABOURER
General labourer, landscaper, catch basin cleaning, concrete work, sanitation collection, miscellaneous painting, grass cutting, winter plough damage repair.

Education:
High School, College or University.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
The student will work under the guidance of city staff.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
May vary.  There are three (3) different shifts:  12:00am to 8am; 8:00am to 4:00pm; and 4:00pm to 12:00pm.  The shift may vary or overlap depending on workloads.

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MECHANICAL
Technical:  This individual assists the Warehouse Person/Parts Issuer.  This person should have Computer skills with a business and mechanical aptitude.

Labourers:  These jobs require someone for general cleaning of shop, scrapping and painting of equipment, possibly assist with mechanical duties such as changing out sweeper brushes, greasing, oil changes, etc.

Education:
High School, College or University.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
No supervisory duties.  Will work under the supervision of City Staff.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
May vary.  There are three (3) different shifts:  12:00am to 8:00am; 8:00am to 4:00pm or 4:00pm to 12:00am.

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SIGN INSTALLATION / STREET LINE PAINTING
Sign repair, sign installation, line painting of street traffic lines, and maintenance of crosswalks.

Education:
Attending University or completion of Grade 12 with plans to attend a recognized College or University in the Fall.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Supervision will be under the guidance of City Staff.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
May vary depending on demand. Historically, the work involves a large percentage of night shifts.

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TOURISM, CULTURE AND HERITAGE

RESURGO PLACE
20 Mountain Road
Moncton NB

ADMISSIONS / GIFT SHOP HOST / HOSTESS
This position requires strong customer service skills as incumbent will be working with the general public alternating in both the Gift Shop and Admissions locations. Retail and tourism experience would be an asset.  Position provides tourism information to visitors in person and over the phone. Duties would include but are not limited to: working with cash, using a POS System, admission and store purchases; end of day paperwork and deposits; inventory, stocking, pricing and merchandising and all other duties related to a retail gift / souvenir store and admissions desk.  Duties would also include the use of a security system as students will be assisting in opening and closing of the building.

Education
University, College or High School
Must be Bilingual (English and French)
Bondable
Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset
 
Supervision / Training
Reports directly to the Gift Shop Coordinator or Visitor Services Representative
Training will be provided
 
Hours of Work

Various shifts including days, evenings and weekends.

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COLLECTIONS ASSISTANT
Under the direction of the Collections and Research Library Coordinator, the candidate will accession, arrange, describe and digitize artefact, photograph and archival collections relating to the history of Moncton that are held by Resurgo Place.

Must have good research skills and experience working with historical collections.  Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.  Must be fluently bilingual. The student must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel and familiar with computerized record databases.  Experience with the digitization of collections or archival records is an asset. The position requires self-motivation, customer service skills, good organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work in a team environment. Knowledge of history, geography and culture of Greater Moncton would be an asset.

The candidate may periodically act as the receptionist for Resurgo Place.

Specific Responsibilities

Assist and report to the Collections and Research Library Coordinator.
Use and maintain the collections database system for Virtual Collections
Work directly with objects and records. Duties include handling, measuring, describing and cataloguing objects from the Resurgo Place collection.
Utilize the Virtual Collections database to retrieve data for incoming researchers and provide general assistance in the research room.

Education:
The student must have completed one year of University majoring in Archival Studies, History or a related discipline.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Reports directly to the Collections and Research Library Coordinator.

Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Thirty-five (35) to forty (40) hours per week, rotating schedule, seven (7) days per week.

In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the SEED (Student Employment and Experience Development) provincial program and the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program. The SEED forms can be picked up at any Service New Brunswick office (see www.gnb.ca for more details), while the YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

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HERITAGE CONSERVATION ASSISTANT
To photograph, research and create a computerized database of information on various heritage properties within the City of Moncton.  The database must include the following:

Historical and contemporary photographs of the exterior of each property.

Research and historical information on each property.

Must have good research skills and experience working with a digital camera and scanner.  Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.   Must be fluently bi-lingual. The student must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.  The position requires self-motivation, customer service skills, good organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work in a team environment.  Knowledge of history, geography and culture of Greater Moncton would be an asset.

Education:
The student must have completed one year of University majoring in Archival Studies, History or a related discipline.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Reports directly to the Heritage and Culture Coordinator.

Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Thirty-five (35) to forty (40) hours per week, rotating schedule, seven (7) days per week.

In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the SEED (Student Employment and Experience Development) provincial program and the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program. The SEED forms can be picked up at any Service New Brunswick office (see www.gnb.ca for more details), while the YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

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EDUCATION COORDINATOR
The Program Coordinator’s role is to assist the Heritage Development Officer-Programming with the conceptualization, development, delivery and evaluation of Resurgo Place’s summer activities and workshops in correlation with industry standards in educational and cultural tourism planning. The Education Coordinator also supervises the summer students at Resurgo Place who are doing outreach programming (Special Event activities, Bore Park presentations, etc…)

The candidate must have excellent oral communication skills in both official languages with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with sponsors and community groups with a variety of internal and external contacts as well. The position requires self-motivation, good organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work in a team environment. Knowledge of history, geography and culture of Greater Moncton would be an asset.  Experience with cultural animation, interpretation, theatre or as a tour guide would also be an asset.

Specific Responsibilities
Summer program development at Resurgo Place.  This includes conceptualisation, research, implementation and execution of educational and cultural action programming for children and families and the general public.

The successful candidate would begin planning the summer’s workshops and activities in May.

Conceptualizing, researching and implementing education and cultural products in correlation with temporary exhibitions.

Assist with the hiring and training of Program Leaders.

Supervising and evaluating the Program Leaders.

Maintaining complete and accurate records of finances, research, visitor statistics, etc. over the course of the summer.

Compiling and writing reports at the end of the season.

Marketing and promotions.

Education:
The student must have completed one (1) year of university majoring in Education, History, Science, Theater, Tourism, Recreation or another related field.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Reports directly to the Heritage Development Officer-Programming.

Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Thirty-five (35) to forty (40) hours per week, rotating schedule, seven (7) days per week.

In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the SEED (Student Employment and Experience Development) provincial program and the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program. The SEED forms can be picked up at any Service New Brunswick office (see www.gnb.ca for more details), while the YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

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PROGRAM LEADER
The Program Leader provides guided tours of the Resurgo Place, as well as assisting in the preparation of other programs pertaining to permanent and temporary exhibitions. In addition, this staff member would assist the Education Coordinator with the organization of special events and outreach programming including Bore Park presentations, and all other outreach programming. Responsibilities also include planning workshops for children, families and the general public and submitting proposals to the Education Coordinator for activities and entertainment.  Special events include, but are not limited to: Canada and New-Brunswick Day celebrations, Acadian festival programming, family and community group workshops.

Requires self-motivation, good organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work in a team environment. Must be bilingual. Knowledge of history, geography and culture of Greater Moncton would be an asset.


Specific responsibilities
Delivery of various programs and events.

Assist with research and implementation of Programming.

Conduct guided tours and interpretation.

Prepare materials for workshops.

Ensuring supplies for workshops are stocked and available.

All other duties as assigned

Education:
The student must have completed one (1) year of university majoring in Education, History, Science, Theatre, Tourism, Recreation, or another related field.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Reports directly to the Heritage Development Officer-Programming.

Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Thirty-five (35) to forty (40) hours per week, rotating schedule, seven (7) days per week.

In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the SEED (Student Employment and Experience Development) provincial program and the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program. The SEED forms can be picked up at any Service New Brunswick office (see www.gnb.ca for more details), while the YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

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THOMAS WILLIAMS HOUSE
103 Park Street
Moncton NB

EDUCATION COORDINATOR
The Education Coordinator’s role is to assist the Heritage Development Officer-Programming with the conceptualization, development, delivery and evaluation of the TWH summer activities in correlation with industry standards in educational and tourism planning. The Education Coordinator also supervises the summer students at the TWH.

The candidate must have excellent oral communication skills in both official languages with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with sponsors and community groups with a variety of internal and external contacts as well. The position requires self-motivation, good organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work in a team environment.

Knowledge of history, geography and culture of Greater Moncton would be an asset.  Experience in service is an asset. Experience with cultural animation, interpretation, theatre or as a tour guide would also be an asset.

Specific responsibilities
Identify education and tourism program planning opportunities with respect to trends and industry standards.

The successful candidate will be responsible for conceptualizing, researching, planning and conducting summer programs and workshops for children, families and the general public.

The candidate will also be responsible for planning special events such as the Strawberry Tea Social, Victorian Day and New Brunswick Day activities.

The candidate will also be responsible for house supplies, staff scheduling and training.

Assist with the hiring and training of Program Leaders.  Supervising and evaluating the Program Leaders.

The successful candidate will conduct guided tours, as well as, occasional food preparation and customer service for the Veranda Tearoom.

The successful candidate will conduct guided tours and heritage walking tours as well as occasional food preparation and customer service for the Veranda Tearoom.

Maintaining complete and accurate records of finances, research and visitor statistics.
Marketing and promotions

Education:
The student must have completed one (1) year of university majoring in Education, History, Science, Theater, Tourism, Recreation or another related field.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Reports directly to the Heritage Development Officer-Programming.

Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Thirty-five (35) to forty (40) hours per week, rotating schedule, seven (7) days per week.
In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the SEED (Student Employment and Experience Development) provincial program and the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program. The SEED forms can be picked up at any Service New Brunswick office (see www.gnb.ca for more details), while the YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

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PROGRAM LEADER
The Program Leader provides guided tours of the Thomas Williams House, as well as assisting in preparing and serving food in the tearoom. In addition, responsibilities also include organizing special events at the TW House, soliciting donations, planning decorations and crafts in regards to special events, and submitting proposals to the Education Coordinator for activities and entertainment.  Special Events include, but are not limited to: Canada Day, Strawberry Tea Social, New Brunswick Day, and Victorian Day.

Requires self-motivation, good organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to work in a team environment. Must be bilingual. Knowledge of history, geography and culture of Greater Moncton would be an asset. Knowledge of cooking basics as well as restaurant service and hospitality are an asset.

Specific responsibilities
Assist with research and implementation of programming.

Delivery of various programs and events.

Conduct guided tours and interpretation.

Prepare materials for workshops.

Assist with food preparation and serving.

Assist with serving and preparation of tea and snacks.

All other duties as assigned.

Education:
Must have completed one (1) year of university majoring in Education, History, Science, Theatre, Recreation, Tourism or another related field.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Reports directly to the Heritage Development Officer-Programming.

Training will be provided.
Hours of work:
Thirty-five (35) to forty (40) hours per week, rotating schedule, seven (7) days per week.

In order to improve the chances of being a chosen candidate, it is recommended that the student apply to the SEED (Student Employment and Experience Development) provincial program and the YCW (Young Canada Works) federal program. The SEED forms can be picked up at any Service New Brunswick office (see www.gnb.ca for more details), while the YCW forms can be filled out online at www.youngcanadaworks.ca

 


MAGNETIC HILL
Mountain Road
Moncton NB

MAGNETIC HILL TRAFFIC STAFF
Staff will report to onsite supervisor.
Provide welcoming information to visitors to the Magnetic Hill Complex.
Give clear and concise instructions to visitors on safely accessing Magnetic Hill.
Keep informed on events happening in the Magnetic Hill Park and Greater Moncton in general.
Maintain environment and staff areas clean at all times.
Complete statistics sheets in a clear and comprehensive manner.
Staff must be outgoing and eager to help visitors.
Staff must wear uniform and traffic safety vest at all times.
Contribute to a team approach.

Education:
High School, College or University student.  Must be bilingual (English and French).  Must have excellent verbal communication skills.

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Staff will be trained on site.  Supervision under the guidance of City Staff.

Uniforms will be supplied by the City of Moncton and must be worn.  Associated costs of this uniform will be reimbursed by the student should he/she not complete their term of employment ($200).

Hours of work:
Staff will be required to work four (4) days on and four (4) days off.
During peak summer months, shifts will be eleven hours per day.

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ON-SITE SUPERVISOR - MAGNETIC HILL TRAFFIC STAFF
Reporting to the Tourism Officer, the requirements for this position include the following:

A high level of organizational, interpersonal and leadership skills.  Ability to maintain cooperative working relationships.  Ability to coordinate staffing.  Ability to monitor visitation.  Be an effective, empathetic listener.  Have a committed approach to teamwork principles.  Demonstrated leadership abilities.  Ability to implement coaching techniques.  Excellent customer service skills.

Daily on-site supervision of Magnetic Hill Traffic Staff.
Responsible for the preparation of staff schedules and time sheets.
Coordination of purchase of staff uniforms.
Coordination of daily bank deposits.
Review performance of Magnetic Hill Traffic Staff.
Other duties as it relates to the supervision of staff.
Responsible for daily statistics along with the preparation of a weekly/monthly statistical report .

Education:
Grade 12, plus a minimum of two (2) years College or University or equivalent practical experience.

Must be bilingual (English & French)

Must possess a valid minimum Class 5 driver’s license.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Direct supervision of staff at the Magnetic Hill Traffic Booth.

Hours of Work:
Forty (40)-hours per week.

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VISITOR INFORMATION COUNSELLOR
Serve as the tourism product knowledge expert and be able to encourage extended length of stay.
Provide impartial and objective information and advice on the City of Moncton and the region in person and on the phone.
Respond to visitor inquiries, problems & complaints on the phone and in person.
Keep accurate statistics regarding visitors.
Keep VIC well-stocked with information pertaining to the tourism industry.
Must be well informed on events happening in the region.
Provide assistance with accommodation reservations.
Maintain a “peak period” accommodation vacancy registry.  i.e. Concert weekend.
Must ensure that all visitors to the VIC are serviced with pride, professionalism and efficiency.
Must participate in regular familiarizations tours of City and regional destinations and products.

Education:
High School Diploma, College or University student – preference will be given to students taking or entering a tourism-public relation related field.

Must be bilingual (English & French).

Workplace Standard First Aid is a requirement. 

Supervision/Training:
Successful candidates must be available in early May for training for this position.  This training will involve up to 8 days and will consist of classroom style training as well as extensive site visits in Moncton and southeast New Brunswick. It will be understood by the applicant that the cost of training will be reimbursed by the student should he/she not complete their term of employment ($300).

Uniforms will be supplied by the City of Moncton and must be worn at all times.  Please note, associated costs of this uniform will be reimbursed by the student should he/she not complete their term of employment ($200).  Name badges will be supplied and must be worn at all times.

Hours of work:
Average of thirty-five (35) hours per week.  Staff will be required to work four (4) days on and four (4) days off.

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UTILITIES

 

WATER & SEWER LABOURER
The work involves manual, physical and skilled work in the construction, repairs and maintenance of Utilities facilities and in the delivery of services managed by the Utilities Division of the Engineering Department. Work may involve trench backfilling, trench compaction, traffic control and general Labour work. Vehicle operation up to 1 ton.

Education:
Minimum one (1) year College or University.  Must have previous experience dealing with the public.  Needs to have good communication skills, bilingual would be an asset.  Must have a good sense of responsibility and independence. Possession of a valid Class 5 driver’s license would be a good asset. Experience with machinery would be a plus.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Will work under direct supervision. Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Eight (8) hour day for a total of forty (40)-hours per week. Shifts may vary.  There are two (2) different shifts:  8:00am to 4:00pm or 4:00pm to 12:00am.  There is no possibility of overtime work.

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WATER & SEWER OPERATOR
Job involves tasks as a lead-hand or assistant in various Utility based Operation and Maintenance activities such as Hydrant Maintenance, Valve Maintenance, Temporary Water Servicing and numerous Sewer Inspection activities. Inspection and maintenance reporting may be required.  Vehicle operation up to 1 ton.

Education:
Minimum one (1) year College or University.  Must have previous experience dealing with the public.  Needs to have good communication skills, bilingual would be an asset.  Must have a good sense of responsibility and independence. Must have a valid Class 5 driver’s license. Experience with machinery would be a plus.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Works without direct supervision Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Eight (8) hour day for a total of forty (40) hours per week. Shifts may vary.  There are two (2) different shifts:  8:00am to 4:00pm or 4:00pm to 12:00am. There is no possibility of overtime work.

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WATER QUALITY MONITORING / TESTING
To collect water samples; check chlorine content; turbidity, etc… and transport to the lab.  When not collecting samples, student would be involved with inspection of Capital Works.

Education:
University or College student with a background in chemistry or biology.

Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
No supervision required.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
Forty (40)-hours per week.

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VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS

 

CLERICAL / ADMINISTRATION
Must have demonstrated communication skills, keyboarding and computer skills and preferably bilingual.

To act as a general receptionist including receiving visitors, answering telephones, receiving and distributing incoming mail, etc…

Education:
University or College student.
Workplace Standard First Aid would be considered an asset. 

Supervision/Training:
Will work under the supervision of City staff.  Training will be provided.

Hours of work:
These positions are usually based on a total of thirty-five (35) hour per week, Monday to Friday.

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