PUBLIC WORKS SUPERVISOR (click here for job description)
Reporting to the Manager of Operations, the Public Works Supervisor is responsible for the provision of services and active management of the Public Works Department, including Parks and Cemetery.
Focusing on strategic long-term asset management, the Public Works Supervisor will focus on the design and implementation of asset management related duties and work prioritization activities. Implementation and creation of asset management databases and tracking will characterize work priorities with consideration to budget constraints and progressive planning.
Qualifications & Experience
Grade 12, GED or Mature High School Diploma, post-secondary education in civil engineering and business management desired, or equivalent combination of education/experience in a related field.
- Minimum 3 – 5 years progressive experience in management and supervision of staff preferably in a municipal or unionized environment with experience in plumbing and utility construction maintenance and asset management is desirable.
- Valid certification required – Operator 2 Licensing in Wastewater Collection & Water Distribution.
- Mechanical aptitude, excellent communication skills.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, e-mail and internet with the ability to learn new technology.
- Use of AutoCAD, ArcMap and ArcGIS desktop and online tools is desirable.
- Knowledge in predictive maintenance programs and conditions monitoring for above and below ground asset management programs is desirable.
- Cartographic technology and GIS applications; computerized data compilation and conversion techniques; computer aided mapping and graphic technics.
- Strong leadership skills with the ability to direct, supervise, mentor and reprimand staff.
- Physically capable to preform duties as assigned.
- Must have a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License.
This is a permanent, non-union, full-time management opportunity (40 hours per week Monday to Friday), with duties performed in office and/or at various outdoor locations in the Town of Neepawa.
Please contact the Town Office @ 204-476-7655 for position details.
Range of Pay: $27.54 to $31.16 dependent upon qualifications and experience.
Applications, including Resume’, will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. Friday, February 15, 2019 at:
Town of Neepawa, P.O. Box 339, 275 Hamilton Street, Neepawa, MB, R0J 1H0
Fax: 204-476-7624, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all applicants for their interest, however only those under consideration will be contacted.
Neepawa Swimming Pool Seasonal Employment
Duties: Standard lifeguarding functions; pool program instruction and standard building, grounds and pool maintenance.
Mandatory Qualifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Level C Certification; Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI); Lifesaving Society National Lifeguard (NLS) or Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate.
Rate of Pay: Starting @ $14.06 per hour.
Duties: As per Lifeguard/Instructor above, with specific attention to functioning on-site in a supervisory capacity as the senior staff member to ensure efficient program and pool operations.
Mandatory Qualifications: Lifesaving and First Aid Instructor/Examiner (LFAI/E0) Award, Lifesaving Service Instructor Award or Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor Award, Water Safety Instructor Trainer Status from Canadian Red Cross, experience working in a supervisory capacity.
Rate of pay: Starting @ 16.98 per hour.
Incumbents will work a variety of shifts during days, evenings and weekends, which may include split shifts. Other duties may be assigned, including assisting pre-season in other program areas. For all positions, enrollment in the proper courses certifications needed to meet the mandatory requirements will be taken into consideration.
To apply, please forward cover letter, resume and copies of current certifications to the below address:
c/o Lindsay McLaughlin, Director of Recreational Services
Deadline: April 12th, 2019 or until all positions are filled.
We thank you for your interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Box 339, 275 Hamilton Street
Neepawa, MB R0J 1H0
Ph. (204) 476-7614 Fax (204) 476-7624
Parks & Cemetery Seasonal & Student Employment
The Town of Neepawa is accepting applications for Seasonal and Summer Student Employment to work as labourers within parks, cemetery and the campground between the months of May and September.
Hourly rates start at $13.50/hour.
Job descriptions are available at the Town Office, 275 Hamilton St, by clicking here.
Applications should be marked: ” Summer Employment” and will be accepted at the Administration Office until 4:00 p.m. on Monday, March 4, 2019.
For further information please contact:
Denis Saquet, Manager of Operations
Phone (204) 476-7655 or email: email@example.com
We thank you for your interest in these positions; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Town of Neepawa is an equal opportunity employer, however, all applicants must read and speak fluent English.
Lion’s Riverbend Campground Hosts
Are you friendly, outgoing and hospitable? Do you have a keen interest in promoting the Town of Neepawa and surrounding area? Are you detail oriented, organized, reliable and have great communications skills?
The Town of Neepawa is seeking applicants wishing to become Campground Hosts for the 2019 season. (2 to 3 positions)
Duties include (but are not limited to – a complete job description is available by clicking here):
- Greeting and welcoming campers upon arrival
- Campground administration (accepting reservations, accepting and reconciling payments)
- Organizing check-ins for after office hours
- Providing information about
- The facility, rules and regulations and the community
- things to see and do in the surrounding area
- Assisting visitors to obtain help in emergency situations
- Light maintenance duties (moving fire pits, picnic tables, firewood, mowing of sites and general cleanup)
- Ensuring the washrooms remain stocked and cleaned to an acceptable standard
- Ensuring the sites are ready to welcome new campers
- Dealing with camper concerns and complaints
- Ensuring that the rules and regulations are followed
To be eligible, hosts should be willing to work varied hours/days between April 30 and October 1 (8 to 10 hour days, to a maximum of 80 hours bi-weekly; alternating weekends and statutory holidays):
- Hold a valid class 5 driver’s license
- Must be able to read, write and speak fluent English
- Be friendly and courteous
- Be punctual, reliable and detail oriented
- Be able to work independently and be a self starter
- Have excellent communication skills (person, phone and email)
- Computer skills (including general database skills and word processing)
- Experience dealing with cash and POS terminals
- The ability to lift 30 to 50 lbs.
- The ability to do light-medium duties such as weed flower beds, paint and mow grass.
To support our Hosts, the Town of Neepawa will provide:
- Orientation and training
- Introductions to other staff and supervisors.
- A site tour to familiarize volunteers with site services, facilities and equipment
- A complete job description outlining duties, responsibilities and expectations
- Information about rules, emergency procedures and emergency contacts
- Publications to distribute to visitors
- Town of Neepawa identification
Opportunity Application Period
- The application period for the 2019 Campground Host positions will remain open until all positions are filled.
Resumés, including three (3) references, can be submitted to:
Denis Saquet, C.E.T.
Manager of Operations
Town of Neepawa
Box 339, 275 Hamilton Street
Neepawa, MB R0J 1H0
The Town of Neepawa is an equal opportunity employer, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. For more information (including a detailed job description) please click here.
This position is not limited to students. Mature applicants are welcome.