Career Opportunities

Shift Supervisor 1 - Aquaplex

#7050
Drumheller, AB
Position Summary:  This position is responsible for supervising staff, assisting with maintenance and operations of the Aquaplex, including maintaining Water Quality, Lifeguarding, Janitorial duties, Public Relations, daily cash balancing and deposits, ensuring all rules and regulations regarding safety are complied with, assisting with program development.
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 of our clients. 
 
Employment Category:   Permanent, Full Time  (Two positions available)
 
Hours Per Week:   37.5 - 44 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:  Shift Supervisor l – $22.68 - $26.62
 
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 a current Standard First Aid/Aquatic Emergency Care and National Lifeguard. Must be 18 years of age or older.
 
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
 
Must be able to provide a current satisfactory Criminal Record Check
 
Deadline for Application: Open until suitable candidates found

Volunteer - General

#7068
Drumheller, AB

Please submit your contact information if you are interested in joining our volunteer database! Volunteer opportunities will be shared as they become available.

Upon applying for a volunteer position, a cover letter and resume is not required. 

Casual Lifeguard/Instructor

#7075
Drumheller, AB

Position Summary

Reporting to the Supervisor of Aquatic Operations and Recreation Programs, all staff are responsible for providing a safe, clean, professional and friendly environment to ensure that pool patrons have a positive aquatic experience.  Staff paid training in return for a long term commitment to the organization.  Further involvement in facility scheduling, programming, pool operations and maintenance are coordinated in collaboration with other town departments. 

Hours per Week: Up to 37.5 - 40 hrs/week. Shift work includes morning, days, evenings and weekends – conforming to the Town Policy and CUPE 4604 Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Pay Scale

$18.78 - $21.81 per hour

Education and Experience 

Depending on the level of experience, all applicants must have their National Lifeguard or Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate &/or Water Safety Instructor or Lifesaving Instructor; Standard First Aid and Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross.  Candidates with excellent communication and positive interpersonal skills; time management and computer skills and knowledge of aquatics programming principles are encouraged to apply.  An effective customer approach and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment are essential.

Seasonal Labourer 1

#7091
Drumheller, AB

Position Summary: Performs manual work involving the use of common labouring tools (i.e. shovels, rakes, push brooms, push mower, wheelbarrows, etc).  Involves the use of light duty trucks and light motorized equipment.

Hours per Week:  40hrs Sunday - Saturday 

Pay Scale:  $19.83 per hr

Benefits: As per the Town’s HR policy and CUPE 135 Collective Bargaining Agreement

Qualifications: 

  • Perform all duties with a minimum of supervision and works effectively with variable work loads
  • Must be able to document events and generate basic reports
  • Able to use light hand tools
  • Able to perform heavy manual labour in all types of conditions (i.e. wind, rain, cold, etc).
  • Minimum Class 5 Driver's License
  • Perform other duties as required

Deadline for Applications: Friday, March 12, 2021 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.

Temporary Full Time Hoodoo Parking Attendant

#7092
Drumheller, AB

Position Summary: Responsible for greeting guests to the area.  Explain parking charges, collect fees from customers and respond to customer complaints.  Perform cash handling tasks, such as making change, balancing and recording cash receipts.  Maintain parking lot and roadway by ensuring a clean condition, free from litter, rocks, weeds, debris, garbage and other foreign material. 

Hours per Week: (Full Time) Shifts will be 10:00am to 6:00pm and 12:00pm to 8:00pm

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

Successful candidates must be:

  • Grade 10 or equivalent
  • Minimum Class 5 Driver’s License with clean driving record
  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Able to provide a satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Deadline for Applications: Friday, March 12, 2021 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.

Temporary Full Time Poverty Reductions Coordinator

#7093
Drumheller, AB

Position Summary:

The  Town  is committed  to  developing  and  implementing  a  municipal Poverty Reduction Strategy that both

  •  identifies and addresses the underlying causes of poverty and
  • introduces appropriate support for those currently living in poverty. Working within a dynamic team, the Poverty Reduction Coordinator will provide  leadership,  advocacy  and support in relation to achieving these goals in Poverty Reduction.

The Poverty Reduction Coordinator will facilitate the Drumheller Poverty Reduction Alliance (DPRA). Our collaborative approach brought public, private and third sector organizations together with community members to establish the Drumheller Poverty Reduction Alliance (DPRA). The DPRA will support the development and implementation of the Municipal Poverty Reduction Strategy as we seek to realize our vision that:

Drumheller is a community in which all people have equitable opportunity to thrive, free from poverty, living with a sense of dignity and embracing opportunities to actively participate in society. 

Specific Accountabilities:

  • Lead the development and, where appropriate, the implementation of a Municipal Poverty Reduction Strategy in collaboration with the Drumheller Poverty Reduction Alliance (DPRA). This will include a variety of initiatives addressing the systemic causes of poverty (prevention/reduction) and supporting those currently experiencing poverty (alleviation).
  • Collaborate with key stakeholders to develop and deliver strategies that enhance current programs, build capacity, meet emergent needs and achieve department
  • Facilitate community led poverty reduction initiatives and provide opportunities for the community to engage in and influence the decisions that impact their lives (Community Empowerment).
  • Consider regional opportunities to reduce poverty in collaboration with neighbouring
  • Represent the Town of Drumheller at assigned community committees meetings,
  • Participate in Drumheller lnteragency meetings to ensure awareness of Poverty Reduction strategy and related initiatives, reduce duplication of services and assist in the identification of service
  • Serve as a resource to the DPRA, CDSP Manager and Council so that they can make informed policy
  • Research, prepare and present reports on relevant community issues and initiatives to the DPRA, Management and potentially to
  • Develop systems and processes to conduct Poverty Impact Assessments
  • Promote volunteer opportunities within the department's programs and in the wider Support efforts to celebrate and recognize volunteers.
  • Conduct research initiatives that provide direction, inform strategic priorities and a 'best practice' approach for the delivery of poverty reduction/alleviation programs and
  • Garner funding opportunities for poverty reduction initiatives, inclusive of grant writing, sourcing sponsorship or funding partnerships
  • In collaboration with the Communications Officer, develop a communication plan for poverty reduction

Education, Skills and Experience Required:

  • Diploma/Degree in Community Development, Social Sciences, or other related human service
  • Minimum three years experience in a community leadership/comprehensive project management position, including report and proposal
  • Demonstrated leadership in multi-stakeholder efforts including public, private and third party sector and community stakeholders with lived/living experience of poverty.
  • Demonstrated success in coordinating a strategic and complex initiative to its successful
  • An understanding of complex social and economic issues and a passion for continuous learning and engagement in the
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to think outside the box and deliver innovative
  • Broad non-partisan understanding of political and social issues influencing the public policy
  • Demonstrated experience in program development, research and report
  • Strong interpersonal skills including superior tact, judgment, and the ability to work cooperatively with
  • Proven ability to garner funding through grants, sponsorship and/or funding
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Performs duties with minimum supervision, works effectively with variable work loads and produces timely and accurate
  • Valid Class 5 Drivers License, and
  • Valid First Aid/CPR Certification, or willing to attain upon

 

Pay Scale: This position is classified as a Program Coordinator II within the current CUPE 4604 Collective Agreement. The starting hourly wage for this role is $22.66.

Additional Information:

The general hours of work are Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, however there may be a requirement to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends and some General Holidays.

This position is grant funded and temporary in nature. While the desire is to employ the successful candidate on a 6-month full time schedule, the Town will consider  a part-time schedule of 3-4 days per week for a longer duration if necessary.

The successful candidate will be required  to obtain a clear vulnerable  sector police information check and a Child Intervention Check. Knowledge of existing community organizations, groups and volunteer activities is an asset.

The Town of Drumheller values diversity of expertise, talent and opinion which creates an innovative and collaborative environment. We are committed to a respectful and inclusive workplace and welcome applications from all qualified individuals. If you are interested in this challenging and rewarding career opportunity and want to be a leader amongst our professionals in this worldwide destination area, considering making the Town of Drumheller your community and your team!

Posting closes Friday, March 12th, 2021.

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