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Solid Waste Services - Operator ( Seasonal)

 

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Solid Waste Services - Operator 

Full-Time, Seasonal (6 months)
April-October

 

Why work for the Town of Canmore? In our workplace, we are proud to employ a talented team of professional and dedicated individuals who are passionate about their work, our community, and the enjoyment of our mountain environment! Our purpose as an organization is to serve the community and visitors to Canmore by providing a high level of customer service, supporting a sustainable future for all and ensuring the most efficient and effective use of taxpayer dollars.

Position Overview: Reporting to the Supervisor of Solid Waste Services, the Solid Waste Services Operator plays a key role in creating a clean, vibrant and sustainable community for all in Canmore. In this role you are responsible for servicing and maintaining our “ beyond curbside” residential waste and recycling containers, pedestrian waste containers as well as collecting and transferring recyclable materials from depots to the new Materials Recycling Facility.  If you are looking for an active, outdoor role that allows you to physically contribute to a sustainable Canmore, this is the role for you! This is a 40 hour per week, 10 hour per day position (4 days on , 3 days off rotation) which affords great work life balance ! For a full position description, please click here. 

Attributes:  To be successful in this role, the ideal candidate will be energetic, outgoing, physically fit and enjoy working in a strong team environment. You have at minimum a high school Diploma (or GED Equivalent) and must possess a clean Class 3 Alberta Driver’s License with Q endorsement. If you have at least 1 year of experience with manual and outdoor work, have a proven mechanical aptitude and are physically fit and capable of heavy lifting, we’d like to hear from you!

Closing Date for Applications: February 26, 2016

Please submit your resume and cover to:
Amanda Coon Sorfleet, Human Resources Coordinator
Town of Canmore 
E‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web: Apply online at www.canmore.ca/Work-With-Us

Prior to beginning work, the successful candidate will be required to submit all required certifications and documentation, including driver`s abstract and records checks.  The Town of Canmore wishes to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Development Planner

 

  

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Development Planner

Full-Time, Permanent ( 1 Vacancy)
OR Term to the end of 2016

Why work for the Town of Canmore? For one thing, you’ll be working with amazing people who perform outstanding work.  Our team is professional, fun, dedicated and passionate about this work, our community, and the endless opportunities for play in our magnificent Rocky Mountain environment.  Our planning landscape includes a unique variety of issues and considerations that fill our work with rewarding challenges, and an opportunity to apply concepts that aren’t used in many other places around the world.  As an organization, the Town of Canmore exists to serve the community and visitors to Canmore, to support a sustainable future for all, and to ensure the most efficient and effective use of taxpayer dollars.

Position Overview:  The Development Planner is responsible for delivering a variety of municipal planning services.   You will play a critical role in community engagement, and communication on significant planning issues and projects.  Duties include the full range of planning activities such as; research, the provision of planning advice, workshops facilitation, presentations to Council, responding to citizen concerns, liaising with other agencies, assessing development and building permit applications, and long range policy planning.  You will work within the context of a progressive municipal government with clear values and a distinct culture. We have a workplace that is committed to leadership development, collaboration and holistic thinking, as well as sustainability, affordability, and the preservation of our mountain environment. A full position description can be viewed by clicking  here. 

Attributes: The perfect person for this job is someone who loves Canmore, wants to be here, is dedicated to the success of our community and is excited about their career in planning.  You will need to have a collaborative work style, strong organizational skills and critical thinking abilities for the successful resolution of issues.  A sense of humor and broad perspective are also necessary characteristics in a challenging environment. In addition, you must also have:  a post-secondary degree in urban, regional or municipal planning; 3 to 5 years’ experience in statutory planning, preparation and review, subdivision and development permitting, and development agreement processing; and a membership in the Association of Professional Community Planners or the Canadian Institute of Planners.

Closing Date for Applications: February 22nd, 2016

If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please submit your resume and cover to:

Johanna Sauvé, HR Advisor
E‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web: Apply online at www.canmore.ca/Work-With-Us

Prior to beginning work, the successful candidate will be required to complete a clear RCMP Security Check. The Town of Canmore wishes to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Facilities Project Manager

 

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Facilities Project Manager

Full-time, Permanent

 

Why work for the Town of Canmore? For starters, you can take great pride in our organization, its work culture and our exceptional team of talented professionals who accomplish outstanding work each and every day for its citizens.  You will have the opportunity to join a team that is professional, fun, dedicated and passionate about the work, our community, and the endless opportunities for adventure in our magnificent rocky mountain environment.  As facilities Project Manager you will have the opportunity to impact the community by taking the lead on the development and renovation of critical community facilities such as the Canmore Recreation Center. In doing so, you will be ensuring the quality and integrity of our infrastructure for future generations to continue to live, work and thrive in our beautiful mountain community. 

Position Overview: This is the ideal career opportunity for someone who is seeking to make meaningful and direct impacts in the community through the use of their project management, planning and building Construction skills. You will have the opportunity to further develop your strong relationship building and leadership skills as you collaborate with many talented people. This position will provide you with autonomy, as you will be required to take the lead on a diversity of projects with minimal supervision. This role will be assigned many high priority projects, so the successful applicant will have the opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the organization and lead projects through to completion.  As you seek to tackle this diverse portfolio of challenging projects, you will have the opportunity to build upon your project management skills in many areas of asset management such as; building maintenance, sustainable construction, capital planning and analysis,  procurement, managing consulting/contractor services, overseeing the asset management registry and inventory databases, managing budgets and grant  In addition, you will be able to cultivate your leadership skills as you consult, advise and seek to build strong partnerships with outside stakeholders and internal business units to ensure the right people are involved in seeing these important projects through to successful completion.   pdf Click Here (104 KB) to review the full position description on our website. 

Attributes:  You are a confident, personable and approachable self-starter, who takes initiative, but can work successfully in a strong team environment. You are a positive, effective communicator, who listens actively and has the ability to cultivate collaborative, effective relationships with a diversity of internal and external stakeholders. This is a fantastic opportunity for a creative problem solver and strategic thinker who thrives on managing a diverse portfolio of technical and detailed projects.  To be the best fit for this position, you have a genuine interest and extensive experience with project management, building construction, life cycling and maintenance, budgets and grant administration. With 5+ years of related experience, you have developed excellent detail orientation and administration skills, you are not afraid to tackle challenging and complex technical projects, provide advice, and complete reports and recommendations to senior management. You will have the opportunity to further develop your exceptional analytical, organizational and written communication skills with the diverse projects you will lead. Post-secondary education in a related field such as project management, architectural technology or engineering, (PMP) Project Management Professional Certification, WHMIS and First Aid Certifications are also required.  Exceptional organizational habits, the ability to set and meet realistic deadlines and strong analytical and problem solving skills will help you to be successful in this role.

Perks and Benefits: In addition to being a great place to work, the Town of Canmore offers an opportunity for work-life balance, a full benefits package, a Health Spending Account and a generous retirement savings program. The Salary range for this position is $ 73,509.80- $86, 486.40 per annum commensurate with skills, experience and education related to the role.  

Closing Date for Applications: Monday, February 15, 2016
Please submit your resume and cover to:
Amanda Coon Sorfleet, Human Resources Coordinator
Town of Canmore 
E‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web: Apply online at www.canmore.ca/Work-With-Us

Planning and Development Supervisor

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Planning and Development Supervisor

Full-time, Permanent

 

Why work for the Town of Canmore? For one thing, you’ll be working with amazing people who perform outstanding work.  Our team is professional, fun, dedicated and passionate about this work, our community, and the endless opportunities for play in our magnificent Rocky Mountain environment.  Our planning landscape includes a unique variety of issues and considerations that fill our work with rewarding challenges, and an opportunity to apply concepts that aren’t used in many other places around the world.  As an organization, the Town of Canmore exists to serve the community and visitors to Canmore, to support a sustainable future for all, and to ensure the most efficient and effective use of taxpayer dollars.

Position Overview:  The Planning & Development Supervisor acts as both a Development Planner and the Supervisor responsible for leading and managing the team of front line staff delivering Development services.  As a Development Planner, you will find that Canmore provides a planning landscape like no other, with challenges that are legislative, geographical, natural, human, and animal.  You will play a critical role in community engagement and communication on significant Planning issues and projects, and in the end you’ll be proud to be a leader in your industry.  As a Supervisor, you will lead a team within our unique culture that is oriented around personal and professional growth, collaboration, openness, and service to the community.  A full position description can be viewed by  pdf clicking here.  (140 KB)

Attributes: The perfect person for this job is a natural leader with a collaborative work style.  You will need to be comfortable engaging others in decision-making, and making decisions with overall organizational priorities and strategies in mind.  You must create a rewarding and motivating work environment for your team, and ensure that all team members are involved and engaged in the Town’s workplace culture of development.  In addition, you must also have:  experience leading a team, a post-secondary degree in Urban, regional or municipal Planning; 3 to 5 years’ experience in statutory planning, preparation and review, subdivision and development permitting, and development agreement processing; and a membership in the Association of Professional Community Planners or the Canadian Institute of Planners.

Compensation: The hiring salary range for this full‐time and permanent position is $84,830 - $89,835 per annum commensurate with skills and experience.  Full time benefits are included.

Closing Date for Applications: February 12th, 2016
If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please submit your resume and cover to:
Johanna Sauvé, HR Advisor
E‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web: Apply online at www.canmore.ca/Work-With-Us

Prior to beginning work, the successful candidate will be required to complete a clear RCMPSecurity Check. The Town of Canmore wishes to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

Engineering Project Coordinator

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Engineering Project Coordinator

Full-time, Term ( 10 months)

 

Why work for the Town of Canmore? You’ll be working with amazing people who perform outstanding work.  Our team of professionals is dedicated and passionate about their work, their community, and playing in the magnificent Canadian Rockies.  

Position Overview:  The Town of Canmore is looking for an Engineering Project Coordinator who can take on diverse challenges as a member of our Engineering Services team for 2016 to deliver civil municipal infrastructure projects. The successful candidate will assist the department in the areas of:

•Project chartering/visioning
•Stakeholder engagement
•Capital project management and resident inspection
•Permit review and approvals
•Asset management reporting

Attributes: We are looking for a candidate with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a strong commitment to detail, and the proven ability to work well both independently and in a team environment. The successful candidate must meet the following minimum requirements:

•post-secondary education in a related discipline
•membership with ASET, APEGA, or similar association
•familiarity with AutoCAD, GPS and GIS are an asset
•a valid vehicle operator’s license, class 5 or higher,
•the ability to work independently, in the field, in variable terrain and weather conditions

A minimum of two years relevant experience working in municipal engineering or land development related projects, familiarity with environmental “green” municipal infrastructure and sustainable transportation principles and design would be an asset. For a full position description, please click here. 

Compensation: The annual rate of pay for this term position is $73,500 - $78,000 commensurate with experience. The position works 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday, with some flexibility required.

Closing Date for Applications: February 12th, 2016

If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please submit your resume and covering letter to:

Johanna Sauvé, HR Advisor
E‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Web: Apply online at www.canmore.ca/Work-With-Us

Prior to beginning work, the successful candidate will be required to complete a clear RCMP Security Check. The Town of Canmore wishes to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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