Career Opportunities

Volunteer - Municipal Planning Commission (MPC)

#7076 - Volunteer
Drumheller, AB

Would you like to take on a fulfilling role that leaves a lasting positive influence on your community? Becoming a Member-at-Large on the Municipal Planning Commission is that opportunity!

The mandate of the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) is to advise and decide on land use, planning, development and subdivision issues. As well, the MPC advises Council on achieving orderly, economical and beneficial development of land; and maintaining and improving the quality of the physical environment. The Commission may be assigned to investigate planning matters or provide input on reports as directed by Council.

The MPC is made up of five members from the public and two members of Council. Meetings are held in Council Chambers every second Thursday of each month and are usually 1/2 hour to an hour in length. Meetings are open to the public.

Responsibilities:

Board members hear subdivision and development applications and make decisions on applications and appeals in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, statutory plans (Municipal Development Plan, Area Structure Plans and Land Use Bylaw), and Provincial and Council Policies.

Eligibility:

  • Must be 18 years of age;
  • Must be a resident of the Town of Drumheller;
  • Must not be an Employee of the Town of Drumheller;
  • Must not be a Development or Subdivision Authority for the Town of Drumheller;
  • Must not be a member of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB).

Please submit a completed Town of Drumheller Board/Committee Application Form in the RESUME field. You cannot proceed to submit without this attachment. 

Volunteer - Drumheller Public Library Board of Trustees

#7129 - Volunteer
Drumheller, AB

The Board of Trustees meet with the Library Director (employee of the Board) to discuss issues related to the library. The library is part of the Marigold System and is governed by the Alberta Libraries Act and Libraries Regulation.

the Board currently consists of one (1) Town Councillor and nine (9) Board Trustees. The board meets every second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM, or as needed. 

Please submit a completed Town of Drumheller Board/Committee Application Form in the RESUME field. You cannot proceed to submit without this attachment. 

Casual Lifeguard or Instructor

#7173 - Recreation
Drumheller, AB

Position Summary:  Reporting to the Shift Supervisor 1, this position is responsible for life guarding supervision to the public and providing a safe, clean, professional and friendly environment to ensure that pool patrons have a positive aquatic experience as well as providing aquatic programs and lessons to the public. 

Education and Experience:  Depending on the level of experience, all applicants must have their National Lifeguard or Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate as well as First Aid/CPR Certificates. Water Safety Instructor course would be an asset, but is not a requirement. Candidates with excellent communication and positive interpersonal skills; time management and computer skills and knowledge of aquatics programming principles are encouraged to apply. 

Hours per Week: On an as needed basis.  Shifts vary between morning, days, evenings and weekends.

Pay Scale: $16.46 - $19.10

Benefits: As per the Town’s HR Policy and CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement

Employment Category: Casual Lifeguard

The Town of Drumheller is an equal opportunity employer and strongly supports diversity in the workplace; all candidates who are authorized to work in Canada are welcome to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Volunteer - Drumheller Policing Advisory Committee (DPAC) Board Member

#7486 - Volunteer
Drumheller, AB

The Drumheller Policing Advisory Committee (DPAC) is a committee established by the Council of the Town of Drumheller for the purpose of providing a forum to receive input from the community with respect to public safety matters, objectives and priorities. The underlying philosophy of the Committee is to provide safe, effective and fair policing through community input. 

Please submit a completed Town of Drumheller Board/Committee Application Form in the RESUME field. You cannot proceed to submit without this attachment. 

Review the full description of DPAC.

Casual Cashier/Waterslide Attendant

#7793 - Recreation
Drumheller Aquaplex

Position Summary:  Responsible for providing assistance to the public at the front counter.  Respond to inquiries and answer the telephone at the Aquaplex.  Responsible for cashiering services as well as supervision to the public in the waterslide area and perform maintenance and janitorial duties throughout the Aquaplex.

Education and Experience:  Must be bondable, perform all duties with a minimum of supervision and work effectively with variable work loads and produce timely and accurate documentation.  Strong verbal and written communication skills.  Valid Bronze Cross and Bronze Medallion certifications.  Standard First Aid award or Assistant Water Safety Instructor award an asset.

Hours per Week: On an as needed basis.  Shifts vary between morning, days, evenings and weekends.

Pay Scale:  $16.39

Benefits:  As per the Town’s HR Policy and CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement

The Town of Drumheller is an equal opportunity employer and strongly supports diversity in the workplace; all candidates who are authorized to work in Canada are welcome to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Senior Shift Supervisor

#8735 - Recreation
Drumheller, AB

Position Summary: This position is responsible for providing shift supervision, direction and technical guidance to aquatic staff. They will also provide advice to the Aquatic Supervisor regarding the operations of the Aquaplex, including input into the annual budget and capital plan for the Aquaplex. Also responsible for both lifeguarding supervision and providing aquatic programs and lessons to the public as well as performs maintenance and janitorial duties throughout the Aquaplex. Responsible for maintaining pool water quality as well as provide instructions in advanced courses including Aquatic Fitness classes.

The ideal candidate combines a strong background in Aquatics programming and administration with a fun approach that focuses on the safety and enjoyment of all our patrons.

Employment Category: Permanent Full Time

Hours Per Week: 40 hrs/week. Shift work includes nights and weekends – based on a compressed work week, and conforming to the Town Policy and CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Pay Scale: $26.37- $30.64 per hour

Benefits: As per the Town’s HR Policy and CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Education and Experience: Bondable, Completion of grade 12 or equivalent must possess Standard/Intermediate First Aid, National Lifeguard, Swim & Lifesaving Instructor, Advanced Pool Operator certificate – Level 2 or equivalent.

Must be 18 years of age or older. Three to five (3-5) years’ experience as a lifeguard and/or instructor including experience in a supervisory role. Asset: Aquatic Fitness instructor certification (CALA, AFLCA, Water Art, etc); Swim Trainer, National Lifeguard Instructor, First Aid Instructor.

Must be able to provide a current satisfactory Criminal Record Check as well as a Vulnerable Sector Check before start date.

Complete job description available upon request.

Deadline for Application:  Until suitable candidate is found

Applicants must clearly demonstrate how they meet minimum qualifications and requirements in their resume.

The Town of Drumheller is an equal opportunity employer and strongly supports diversity in the workplace; all candidates who are authorized to work in Canada are welcome to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Volunteer - Drumheller Housing Authority (DHA) Board Member

#8845 - Volunteer
Drumheller, AB

The Drumheller Housing Authority (DHA) is a management body established by the Alberta Housing Act and governed by the Social Housing Accommodation Regulation (SHAR). The DHA is responsible for the governance and operation of affordable housing on behalf of the Town of Drumheller. 

For more information, please see their website here

if you interested in applying to become a board member, please submit a completed Town of Drumheller Board/Committee Application Form in the RESUME field. You cannot proceed to submit without this attachment. 

 

 

Volunteer - Good Food Box

#8899 - Volunteer
Drumheller, AB

The Good Food Box is looking for volunteers! 

What is the Good Food Box?

The Good Food Box started in 2014 as a partnership between the AHS Health Promotion Facilitator, AHS Dietician in Public Health, the Church of Nazarene and FCSS Drumheller. The program sourced food from Sysco and required members to volunteer at least twice a year for packing and distribution days. 

The Good Food Box provides monthly subscriptions of healthy fresh fruits and vegetables to members. Boxes are available in small and large sizes. 

Volunteer Roles

Back Up Ordering Lead

  • Sources fresh, quality produce for the program at a bulk pricing rate within monthly budgeted amounts. 
  • Uses information from member order sheets to determine the number of boxes required and prepares estimates of the number of items required for each box from historical order information. 
  • Places an order with the food supplier while meeting any applicable deadlines.
  • Delivers or ensures delivery of the product to the distribution site by 12:15pm on distribution day. 
  • Provides paper or digital order sheet for use on pick up day. 
  • Records the monthly Good Food Box order in the shared digital files. 
  • Maintains good relationships with the food supplier(s). 
  • Provides an invoice for the purchased produce to the Treasurer for reimbursement. 
  • Ensures at least one alternate is trained for produce ordering/purchasing. 

General Volunteers

  • Sorts fruit and vegetables in preparation for the Good Food Box. 
  • This position requires the candidate to be on site in Drumheller, Alberta, once a month on the second Thursday between the hours of 12:00pm and 5:15pm. 
  • Performs light cleaning on site. 
  • Volunteers are not required to stay the whole time and can come when they are able. 

For more information, please contact the Town of Drumheller Community Development Coordinator by emailing jadahill@drumheller.ca

Inmate Program Supervisor

#9059
Drumheller, AB

Position Summary: Responsible for planning and prioritizing work, and the custodial supervision of a small inmate crew to perform construction and maintenance work on the Town’s trail system and parks, along with other locations as identified by the Town. The Supervisor will be responsible for providing orientation, direction and guidance while maintaining a safe, secure and respectful work environment.

Required qualifications include:
• Minimum Grade 12 or equivalent.
• 2+ years of experience in policing or correction services/programs
• Inmate Supervisor course required or ability to complete before hire
• 3-5 years of progressively responsible supervision experience
• Ability to provide a current and clear Criminal Records check
• Ability to work with a minimum level of supervision
• Excellent organization and project management skills
• Strong interpersonal skills with strong oral and written communication skills
• Valid Class 5 Driver’s licence
• Valid First Aid and CPR Certificate
• Experience and/or a background in policing or correction services preferred
• Additional training in human behaviours and/or leadership techniques an asset

Hours per week: 40 hours – Monday to Friday

Pay Scale: Out of Scope

Benefits: As per the Town’s HR Policy - which includes extended health, dental, life insurance, AD&D, sick leave, short term and long-term disability leave, three weeks vacation, 13 statutory holidays, personal leave days, $500 annual Wellness Spending Account and more!

Pensions: Eligible to participate in LAPP effective day one of employment!

The Town of Drumheller is an equal opportunity employer and strongly supports diversity in the workplace; all candidates who are authorized to work in Canada are welcome to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Community Development Coordinator - Full Time Temporary

#9162 - Community Development and Social Planning
Drumheller, AB

The Town of Drumheller is seeking an enthusiastic and industrious individual for the position of Temporary Full Time Community Development Coordinator.  This is a temporary full-time position for approximately 6 months, with the possibility of extension.

Position Summary: Working within a dynamic team, the Community Development Coordinator will provide leadership, advocacy and support to our community and social development initiatives.  Primary areas of focus will include community capacity building, enabling volunteerism, providing information and referral, conducting social research and analysis, and Welcoming & Inclusive Communities initiatives.  This position will also write and execute grant proposals that contribute to existing programs and address emerging needs and trends within the community.  Where applicable, the position is responsible for adhering to the Family and Community Support Services Act and Regulation.

Hours Per Week: 37.50 hours (Monday – Friday) May work some overtime

Pay Scale: Program Coordinator ll ($24.58 - $28.77)

Benefits: As per the Town’s HR policy and CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Required Qualifications: Grade 12 or equivalent as well as Diploma or degree in Community Development, Social Sciences or other human service disciplines. Minimum 3 years of community development and program coordination experience.

Desirable Qualifications: Knowledge of existing community organizations, groups and volunteer activities.  Valid First Aid/CPR Certification. Certified in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. IAP2 training in planning and facilitating community public participation. Able to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends, and some general holidays.

Successful Candidate must be:

  • Bondable
  • Able to perform all duties with a minimum of supervision and work effectively with variable work loads, producing timely and accurate documentation
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to participate in Interagency meetings to ensure awareness of current services and programs within the community, reduce duplication of services and assist in the identification of service gaps
  • Demonstrated experience in program development, research and report writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills including superior tact, judgment, problem-solving skills and the ability to work cooperatively with others
  • Proven ability to garner funding through grants, sponsorship and/or funding partnerships would be an asset
  • Ensure effective monitoring and reporting of funds from all sources within assigned budget
  • Support the development of the annual department operating and capital budgets.
  • Collaborate with key stakeholders to develop and deliver strategies that enhance current programs, build capacity, meet emergent needs and achieve department objectives
  • Represent the Town of Drumheller at assigned community committees e.g. Strengthening Families Coalition (Family Fun), the Good Food Box etc.
  • Collect program data and outcomes for quarterly and annual reports
  • Utilize traditional and social media to promote programs and services
  • Perform other related duties as required by supervisor
  • Valid Driver’s license
  • Ability to provide a current Police Information Check and Vulnerable Sector Check

Deadline for Applications: Friday, March 1, 2024 at 4:30pm.

The Town of Drumheller is an equal opportunity employer and strongly supports diversity in the workplace; all candidates who are authorized to work in Canada are welcome to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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