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  • 07 Nov 2022 2:00 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)
    MUNICIPALITY OF NORFOLK TREHERNE
    215 Broadway Street, Box 30
    Treherne, MB   R0G 2V0

    (204) 723-2044

    JOB POSTING

    POSITION:                   Utility Operator – Permanent Full Time

    RATE OF PAY:             $25.50 to $29.60 per hour

    This is a unionized position and rate of pay is subject to current collective agreement.

    POSTING DATE:          November 7, 2022

    CLOSING DATE:          November 25th, 2022 @ 12:00 noon.

    DESCRIPTION:

    • Reporting to the Public Works Foreman, the Utility Operator position will be required to perform a variety of tasks and duties related to the operation of the utility systems in the Municipality. 
    • The successful applicant will demonstrate skill, knowledge and experience in the functions and operations of water treatment, water distribution, wastewater collection and wastewater treatment systems.
    • The successful applicant must be a team player possessing effective communication skills and must be courteous and respectful to Council, supervisors, co-workers and the general public.

    PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Operate and maintain equipment for the utility systems as well as performing the required tests, checks and sampling and maintaining and updating the daily records of operations.
    • Assist outside contractors when performing repairs, replacements or upgrades of utility infrastructure.
    • Assist in the maintenance and repair of utility and municipal infrastructure.
    • Operate, maintain and perform minor maintenance & servicing of utility facilities.
    • Follow safety protocols and ensure that work is completed in accordance to policies, procedures and other regulations or requirements.
    • Participate in training and upgrading of skills necessary to perform duties.
    • Perform routine duties and manual tasks.
    • Assist other personnel and other departments as required.
    • Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time.
    • On-call and overtime work will be required.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent.
    • Valid Manitoba Class 5 driver’s license.
    • Certification in Level II Water Treatment, Level I Water Distribution, Level I Wastewater Collection and Level I Wastewater Treatment.  Consideration may be given to applicants with partial or no certification who are willing to complete the necessary certifications.

    RESUMES SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO:

    Roger Rheault, PW Foreman

    pw@norfolktreherne.ca


  • 07 Nov 2022 11:01 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

    Applications to include:

    Resume of experience, qualifications, and three (3) work-related references.

    Deadline NOON November 14, 2022

    Submit to: 

    Cartwright-Roblin Municipality - Employment
    Box 9 Cartwright, MB R0K0L0
    Fax (204) 529-2288

    Email colleen.mullin@cartwrightroblin.ca

    Public Works-Utility Operator: Full-time & start ASAP
    (45 hr week summer & 40 hr week winter)

    Details:

    • Grade 12 education or equivalent
    • Operate/ maintain equipment, buildings & properties including utility (Small System Class II Water Treatment, Class I Water Collection/ Distribution & Wastewater system
    • Valid Class 5 driver’s license required (minimum)
    • Valid Utility Operator’s Certificates or willing to obtain, along with other training as it arises
    • Possess electrical, mechanical working aptitudes and basic computer skills
    • Confirm related experience and willingness to work flexible hours and weekends, as required for on-call coverage and emergencies
    • Current Criminal Records check and Driver’s Abstract required of the successful candidate, along with a Medical Exam report (if required by license)
    • Rate of pay dependent upon experience & qualifications
    • Excellent benefits package offered

    Direct inquiries to:

    CAO Colleen Mullin (colleen.mullin@cartwrightroblin.ca)

    We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.


  • 03 Nov 2022 11:10 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    TOWN OF ARBORG EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FULL-TIME, PERMANENT

    PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEE / WATER TREATMENT I

    The Town of Arborg is seeking a highly motivated individual with strong organizational and problem-solving skills to fill the full-time, permanent position of Public Works Employee. Under the direction of the Public Works Supervisor, a Public Works Employee assists in the construction and maintenance of roads and sidewalks, maintenance of sewer and water installations, operation of public works equipment and other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Ability to operate various vehicles and heavy equipment. Prior experience in the operation of grader and excavator would be considered an asset;

    • Possess basic electrical, plumbing and mechanical knowledge;

    • Ability to attend necessary training in variety of topics, eg: Confined Spaces, CPR, WHIMIS, etc.;

    • Familiarity with Manitoba Workplace Health & Safety requirements and procedures;

    • Minimum Grade 12 Education, or equivalent;

    • Valid Drivers License;

    • Physically capable of performing all work tasks;

    • Good communication and interpersonal skills;

    • Ability to work independently or in a team environment;

    • Province of Manitoba Sustainable Development Certification in

      • Class 1 Water Treatment & Distribution

      • Class 1 Wastewater Treatment & Collection

    OR willingness to obtain within 1 year of employment date.

    This position requires standby and on call duties with responses after hours when necessary.

    The Town of Arborg will be offering competitive salary compensation with experience and qualifications as well as a comprehensive benefits package.

    Qualified candidates are asked to submit a detailed resume marked Public Works Employee, with salary expectations, as soon as possible.

    Town of Arborg CAO
    PO Box 159
    Arborg MB
    R0C 0A0 
    caoarborg@mymts.net

    Fax 204-376-5379

    The Town of Arborg thanks all who apply, however only those selected for interview will be contacted.

  • 28 Oct 2022 9:00 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    The Town of Minnedosa
     invites applications for a permanent position for a

    Water Treatment Plant Operator

    The Town of Minnedosa maintains and operates two Water Treatment Plants and a continuous discharge Lagoon Waste Water Treatment System. Water Treatment Plant I is a Class 1 Water Treatment Facility and Water Treatment Plant II is a Class 2 Facility. The Water Distribution System is a Class II. The Wastewater Collection System is a Class II and the Waste Water Treatment is a Class I.

    The successful candidate will:

    • possess a Grade 12 education or equivalent,
    • either be a graduate of, enrolled in or be willing to enroll in the Manitoba Water & Wastewater Association's Certificate Courses in Potable Water and Waste Water Treatment; if not enrolled the successful applicant will do so within 30 days of commencement of duties;
    • be willing to participate in any other additional training related to the position that the Town directs;
    • possess electrical and mechanical working aptitudes;
    • possess at least a current valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver's License;
    • as part of the Utilities Team; be able to work evenings and weekends as required on an on-call rotation and for any call out emergencies that may arise from time to time;
    • be knowledgeable and willing to learn and work with related computer programs and be able to maintain accurate operating reports;
    • be a team player, maintain high standards of conduct, be respectful to the public we serve, be able to demonstrate sound work ethics;

    Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The Town offers an attractive benefits package.

    Further information on the required qualifications and detailed duties can be requested by contacting the office.

    Please submit your resume, cover letter and a copy of related education transcripts to:

    Stacy Andrews, Assistant CAO
    Town of Minnedosa
    Box 426, Minnedosa, MB    R0J 1E0

    Email: admin@minnedosa.com

    Resumes will be accepted until 4:00pm on Friday, November 18th, 2022.

    Thank you to all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

  • 25 Oct 2022 2:00 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Utility Distribution Operator

    Permanent, Full Time

    The Whitehead Elton Regional Water Co-op (WERWC) invites applications for the position of a Utility Distribution Operator.

    The successful candidate will help support the water treatment, distribution operations and wastewater systems within the boundaries of the R.M. of Whitehead and the R.M. of Elton, until they are certified to manage the systems on their own. The Utility Operator must be well organized, be detail oriented, and be able to work on tasks on a priority basis.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to:

    • Providing support to other Distribution Operators and the Utility Manager
    • Perform general maintenance on a regular basis
    • Do daily checks on the booster stations (distribution systems) and Water Treatment Plant (WTP)
    • Read, and record data from the booster stations, WTP and supply wells
    • Complete reports
    • Operate flush outs on distribution system

    Qualifications:

    The successful candidate must:

      • Possess a Grade 12 Diploma
      • Have a valid Class 5 Driver’s License
      • Have experience with Microsoft Word and Excel
      • Have strong written and verbal communication skills
      • Be physically capable of walking through rough terrain
      • Be able to work shifts and on call weekends (rotation)
      • Complete the courses and certification necessary to work on the water system through the Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship, certification program
      • Have a strong sense of self-motivation & attention to detail
    • A Class One or Two Certification in one or all the Water and Wastewater Facility Operators Certification Program from the Province of Manitoba is an Asset
    • Experience with GPS equipment, and Google Earth is an Asset
    • Any mechanical trades experience or mechanical work experience would be considered an Asset

    Wages will be based on qualifications.  Benefits will be as outlined in the WERWC Employee Manual.

    Individuals interested in this position must send resume with three references via email to werwc.inc@gmail.com or deliver to the Rural Municipality of Elton Administration Office, 107129 Road 65N, Forrest, Manitoba.

    Resumes will be reviewed on Monday November 10, 2022, although resumes will continue to be received until the position is filled. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    Ralph Berg, Utility Manager
    Whitehead Elton Regional Water Co-op
    107129 Road 65N (Elton Road)
    Forrest, Manitoba   R0K 0W0
    Ph: 204-729-6116

    Email: werwc.inc@gmail.com

  • 13 Oct 2022 10:31 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
    UTILITIES SUPPORT PERSON
    UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

    Job Type: Full-time, Permanent

    Hours of Work – This is a seven-day a week operation.  Employees work eighty (80) hours within a two-week period (including rotating weekends) as per the Collective Agreement.  *The ability and willingness to accept Standby Time and/or respond to emergency call back or call out is also a requirement.  The ability to work weekends and holidays as required

    Work Location – RM of East St. Paul, Utilities buildings & locations

    Compensation: $20.82 – $32.00 (conditional upon qualifications/credentials) with pension & benefits upon successful completion of 6-months of employment

    Opening – Wednesday, October 12, 2022

    Closing – This job will remain open until a suitable candidate is located.  However, screening may begin as early as Friday, October 21, 2022.

    Job Summary:  

    Reporting to the Utilities Supervisor, the Utilities Support Staff person; supports the general operation of the department, monitors, and reports on department performance, performs basic equipment maintenance, conducts general building maintenance and performs other duties as assigned.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Support the general operations of the department by;
      • Providing routine inspections on equipment; motors, pumps, analyzers, wells and supply lines as required,
      • Investigating and correcting, and or seek support to correct operational issues,
      • Maintaining and updating procedural manuals,
      • Receiving transporting and managing chemicals,
      • Monitoring and responding to emergency alarms/calls,
      • Responding to resident/customer inquiries,
      • Adhering to Workplace Safety & Health Standards and operational policies, procedures and processes.
    • Monitor and report on department performance by;
      • Performing, or have performed by a third-party, lab tests on water and waste water samples,
      • Testing and recording daily chlorination residuals,
      • Ensuring test results and other pertinent data is recorded as per department procedures and protocols,
      • Creating reports (daily, weekly, monthly, annually, and/or as required).
    • Perform basic equipment maintenance by;
      • Conducting routine visual inspections prior to use,
      • Cleaning, lubricating, and replacing basic parts as required,
      • Ordering, or requesting the ordering of required replacement parts,
      • Performing basic equipment repairs,
      • Recommending to the supervisor the need to replace and or upgrade equipment.
    • Conducts general building maintenance by;
      • Conducting routine cleaning as per procedures,
      • Responding to building issues that arise in a timely manner and with a concern for safety,
      • Ordering, or ensuring the ordering of necessary cleaning supplies.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Special Requirements

    Ability and willingness to accept Standby Time as required and/or respond to emergency call back or call out as required. The ability to work weekend and holidays as required.

    Core Skills Knowledge and Abilities:

    • Knowledge in the safe use, operation and preventative maintenance of  equipment associated with waste water, and water services,
    • Demonstrated ability to adhere to Workplace Safety and Health legislation and regulations.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with residents/customers in a respectful manner.
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as an effective member of a team; establishing and maintain positive working relationships.
    • Ability to read and interpret mechanical diagrams and or building plans.
    • Strong verbal communication skills.
    Credentials and Experience:
    • Completed Grade 12, GED, or the equivalent.
    • One or more of the following certificates would be considered an asset;
      • Water Treatment I
      • Waste Treatment III
      • Waste Collection II
      • Water Distribution II
    • Post-secondary education in a mechanical, engineering, applied science or related field considered an asset.
    • Post-secondary education in a mechanical, engineering, applied science or related field considered an asset.
    • Valid Province of Manitoba driver’s class five (5) license,
    • Experience in basic maintenance of equipment (motors, pumps, analyzers and other technical instruments).
    • WHMIS Certification, or the ability to attain.
    • Experience in in sewer and water installation and maintenance, and or experience in municipal government considered an asset.

    Working Conditions and Physical Demands:

    • Work requiring the exertion of up to 50 pounds of force constantly to move objects,
    • Work requires climbing, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pulling, lifting, and grasping,
    • Work in confined spaces, at depths of 25 feet,
    • Vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word,
    • Hearing is required for operation of machines, and operation of motor vehicles or equipment,
    • Ability to work inside and outside regardless of environmental conditions, extreme cold, extreme heat, rain/snow and noise.

    Submit resume and cover letter in confidence;

    • By email to: human.resources@eaststpaul.com
    • Or, IF UNABLE TO EMAIL - By mail or in person in a sealed envelope marked APPLICATION – UTILITIES SUPPORT STAFF - OPERATIONS, Attention Human Resources, R.M. of East St. Paul, Unit #1 – 3021 Bird’s Hill Road, East St. Paul, Mb. R2E-1A7

    For more information, please contact;

     human.resources@eaststpaul.com

    The R.M of East St. Paul wishes to thank all candidates for their interest in this position, however, only those individuals considered for an interview will be contacted.


  • 03 Oct 2022 3:00 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    City of Portage La Prairie
    Class 4 Water Pollution Control Facility Operator
    Posting # 2021-12

    Under the direction of the Water Pollution Control Facility Supervisor, the operator ensures the safe and effective monitoring and operation of the wastewater treatment processes and equipment and acts as Operator in Charge as required. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:  The City of Portage la Prairie is a Class IV facility and a Class 4 Certificate in Wastewater Treatment is required, in addition to a Class 2 Certificate in Wastewater Collections.  Each level of certification requires a specific exam, level of education, operating experience and DRC time. The successful candidate must hold and maintain a Class 5 Province of Manitoba driver’s license.  This position requires operators to work at heights and in confined spaces.

    Criteria needed to obtain a Class 4 Certificate in Wastewater Treatment:

    * Grade 12
    * 4 years post-secondary education in a science related field
    * 4 years operating experience with 2 year of DRC time (Direct responsible charge)

    * Passed all certification exams (Class 1 to Class 4)

    Applicants with a minimum 2 years post-secondary education or 90 CEU in a related field may be considered on an under-fill basis.  Required Certifications to be obtained within specific time frame as per the guidelines outlined in the collective agreement.

    For more information on the requirements needed to achieve a Province of MB Class 4 Certification please visit https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/eal/certification/info_cert.pdf

    HOURS OF WORK: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, 1 hour for lunch, Monday to Friday.  Required to work one weekend per month and be on standby one week a month. (Shifts may be changed due to operational requirements). Employees on standby duties are required to carry a pager must be able to report to work within thirty minutes period.

    SALARY: The rate of pay for this position ranges from $26.13 to $35.60 per hour dependant on education, experience and qualifications. 

    Please forward applications attention to the Human Resources Office, City of Portage la Prairie, 97 Saskatchewan Ave East, Portage la Prairie, MB, R1N 0L8, FAX (204) 239-1532.

    Email Address: hr@city-plap.com.          Website: www.city-plap.com

    The selection committee intends to review applications as early as Friday October 14, 2022; however, applications may continue to be accepted until the right candidate is found.

    We thank all applicants for applying; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.


  • 27 Sep 2022 12:00 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Water Plant Supervisor

    The CITY of MORDEN invites applications for the position of Water Plant Supervisor to manage and oversee operations for all functions of the Water Treatment Division.  This is a full-time position with a requirement to work on-call and after regular hours, as necessary.

    Reporting to the Director of Operations, this person will be responsible to:

    • Produce safe, potable water, meeting all regulatory requirements of the Province of Manitoba and the City’s Operating Permit. 
    • Supervise and perform operational duties, lab tests, maintenance of facilities for the Water Treatment Division (encompassing all areas of the treatment facility, reservoirs and pump stations) and has the Operator in Charge responsibility. 
    • Conduct daily water testing and analysis to ensure strict water quality guidelines are met and that mandatory reports, logs and maintenance records are up to date.
    • Supervise staff and assign work as required to ensure the efficient operation of the Department
    • Ensure all plant personnel are adequately trained in water treatment and all aspects of plant operations.
    • Assist with assessment and development of maintenance plans for the Water Treatment Plant infrastructure and equipment
    • Ensure that the Water Treatment Plant adheres to and practices provincial and Workplace Safety and Health rules and regulations in its operations
    • Promote and ensure the responsible and efficient use of City resources including fiscal, human, equipment and supplies.

    The preferred candidate will have the following qualifications:         

    • Four years work experience in a Lime-Soda Water Softening Plant
    • Two years work experience supervising Lime-Soda Water Treatment Plant

    certification programs

    • Certified as an operator in good standing under the MWWA
    • Certified through Manitoba Sustainable Development Water and Wastewater Certification program:  Province of Manitoba Level III Certificate in Water Treatment; willing and able to be certified as Province of Manitoba Level IV in Water Treatment if required
    • Minimum of two (2) years proven supervisory/leadership experience, preferably in a municipal setting.  An equivalent combination of related education and supervisory experience may be considered
    • Good working knowledge of computer systems to facilitate proper plant and lab operations   
    • High School diploma and two (2) years post-secondary diploma in an engineering, science or related field OR High School diploma and 90 CEU’s in water operations, engineering, science or a related field
    • Knowledgeable of the Workplace Safety and Health Act
    • Proficient in English terminology (oral and written)
    • Valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s license

    The successful candidate will have successfully demonstrated a high level of initiative and enthusiasm in their approach toward assuming responsibilities in previous roles. 

    The City of Morden offers a comprehensive salary and benefits package.

    Interested applicants are invited to submit a detailed resume complete with three references by sending applications to:

    Human Resources Officer
    CITY OF MORDEN
    100-195 Stephen Street
    Morden, Manitoba R6M 1V3
    mneufeld@mymorden.ca

    We thank all for applying and advise that only those considered for an interview will be contacted.  A condition of employment is agreement by the applicant to disclose criminal record information to the City of Morden.


  • 15 Sep 2022 4:30 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Supervisor, Utilities

    Cochrane is located in the breathtaking Bow Valley corridor in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta. With a population of over 34,000 people, and growing steadily every year, Cochrane is a thriving municipality, surrounded by world-famous ranch country. Our western heritage is reflected in Cochrane’s architecture and our friendly people. Cochrane welcomes innovative and skilled individuals to join our team of over 250 employees.

    Did you know that 14 full-time staff work around the clock to make sure Cochrane’s water tastes delicious and exceeds provincial & federal requirements for safety?  They also oversee Cochrane’s water distribution and wastewater collection systems.

    Reporting to the Manager, Water and Wastewater, the Supervisor, Utilities is expected to lead their team by fostering an environment that reinforces Cochrane’s cultural and organizational values. The Supervisor, Utilities is responsible for the day-to-day operation of all functions within the wastewater collection, water distribution and water treatment areas. The incumbent is responsible for the supervision of staff and assets including but not limited to performance management, risk management, scheduling, and asset management. Additionally, this position will be expected to maintain budgets, comply with legislated requirements, all while ensuring Cochrane is keeping with current engineering practices and safe work procedures.

    Why should you consider working for us?

    Our employees enjoy many benefits including competitive public sector pay, comprehensive health and dental benefits package, professional learning and development opportunities and the opportunity to work with other talented municipal professionals.

    As an organization, the Cochrane has a focus on investing in people.  This is not a boring municipality.  We are growing into an organization with a focus on transparency, critical thinking, curiosity, reflection and innovation.  We support experimentation as part of the growth process and strive for continuous improvement.  We are municipal employees and we are accountable to all the residents of Cochrane.  Want to be a part of this exciting time?

    As the Supervisor, Utilities you will:

    • Provide day-to-day supervision, training, leadership, and coaching for Water & Wastewater staff. Responsible for subordinate employee performance management and recruitment. Reviews and approves staff Dayforce entries and time exception requests.
    • Oversee maintenance and monitors the water treatment plant physical processes. Ensures onsite samples are collected, analyzed, and interpreted for regulatory compliance and plant optimization. Ensures that all physical processes, control, and feedback systems including online instruments, PLC, and SCADA are verified and maintained. Oversees the plant QA/QC program, and chemical inventory.
    • Develop and implement short/long term plans for the effective and sustainable operations of the Water & Wastewater infrastructure while ensuring alignment with the Cochrane Sustainability Plan, Water & Wastewater Master Plan and Strategic Plan.
    • The incumbent is responsible for the water distribution system and all satellite distribution facilities, networks, and related equipment. The Supervisor must ensure the systems are operated, maintained, and monitored as per manufacturer’s recommendations, legislated requirements, and whenever feasible, best practices.
    • The Supervisor is responsible for the wastewater collection system including all satellite facilities, networks, and related equipment. The Supervisor must ensure the systems are operated, maintained, and monitored as per manufacturer’s recommendations, legislated requirements, and whenever feasible, best practices.
    • Manage the Town’s underground infrastructure locates program according to our ‘Utility Safety Partners’ agreement, thorough use of GIS, engineering drawings and proactive/planned public engagement. Solicits feedback from the Water and Wastewater team to assist with improvements to the Town’s GIS system.
    • Ensure the Cochrane delivers an effective Water & Wastewater after-hours service that ensures emergency assistance is provided according to the Town’s service levels.
    • The incumbent must ensure customer inquiries/requests are responded to according to  Cochrane’s service levels; must ensure staff are documenting results/findings appropriately.
    • Liaise with Cochrane’s Fleet Coordinator to schedule the regular maintenance of Water and Wastewater fleet assets. Identify Water and Wastewater fleet requirements and collect supporting information to justify fleet asset additions or modifications.
    • Ensures all work is performed in accordance with workplace health and safety standards. The Supervisor manages staff adherence to all policies, procedures, and legislated requirements set out for Cochrane by the Province and Federal Government.
    • Assists Manager with the preparation of the annual operational and capital budget for the Water & Wastewater Section. Responsible for expense review and invoice/Purchase Card approvals.
    • Fill in for Manager in their absence. The duties include but are not limited to, meeting representation, budget support, project management and performance management. Liaise with internal and external customers and suppliers to ensure project and maintenance continuity.

    If many of the following characteristics and skills describe you, we want to meet you!

    • Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or related field with focus on municipal engineering or the completion of a municipally focused water and wastewater technical program at an accredited institution.
    • Valid AE&P Level III Operator Certificates in two of the three following disciplines; Water Treatment, Wastewater Collection and Water Distribution. Alternate combinations of education, designations, and certifications may be considered.
    • Minimum five (5) to seven (7) years’ experience in system operation and maintenance at a level III water treatment, water distribution or wastewater collection facility. Includes, a minimum of two years of Direct Responsible Charge (DRC) experience preferably in a municipal environment.
    • Good working knowledge of MS Office suite.
    • Awareness of safe heavy equipment operation.
    • Physically able to perform required duties.
    • Provide guidance in fundamental equipment maintenance.
    • Strong understanding of basic sciences related to water and wastewater systems operation.
    • Solid applied math skills.
    • Strong data interpretation abilities.
    • Self-motivated with the ability to work with limited supervision.
    • Awareness of basic plumbing and pipe fitting skills.
    • Proven supervisory skills to positively coach, mentor and appraise employees.

    Cochrane is committed to providing a healthy and safe work environment for all of its employees.  As a Cochrane employee you must take reasonable care to protect your health and safety and that of others present at Town worksites, perform work safely, follow all relevant health and safety legislation, Town directives and procedures and attend all identified orientations and training.

    Still interested?  Here’s how to apply:

    • Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit your resume, and a letter stating how your experience match the required qualifications, skills and abilities for this position
    • All qualified candidates will be requested to complete an online suitability survey
    • Applications for this position will be accepted until 9pm MST September 29th, 2022 at www.cochrane.ca/jobs

    We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  All applicants must be legally entitled to live and work in Canada.

    Land Acknowledgement         

    In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, Piikani), the Tsuut’ina, the Îyâxe Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta. 


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