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4th Class Firefighter - Casual

 

 

     

  4th Class Firefighter

       Career Casual 



Position Overview: Reporting to the Fire Chief, the 4th Class Firefighter is responsible for coordination of emergency operations as well as providing on scene coordination of personnel during an emergency response when required. This position protects life and property through suppression, rescue, and prevention of fires and other emergencies. 

  • Respond to fire and rescue emergencies in accordance with operating guidelines. 
  • Carry out station routines including tool, apparatus, and equipment maintenance and general maintenance of the fire hall. 
  • Ensure operational readiness of all equipment and apparatus. 
  • Conduct daily training and drill evolutions to maintain the skills of all personnel at a level of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001 standard and Pre-hospital Care best practices
  • Maintain scope of practice in accordance with Alberta College of Paramedics
  • Perform related duties as prescribed from time to time by the Fire Chief or designate.
  • Complete collects, examines and/or submit fire reports and special reports as required.
  • Assist in the instruction and implementation of new firefighting and emergency response techniques.
  • Assist with the implementation of public relations programs.
  • Notify Fire Chief or designate of any station maintenance required.
  • Inventory and control of apparatus, equipment and stores as required.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Compensation: as outlined in the IAFF Local 4705 Collective Agreement, based on relevant training and experience.

Education, Skills, and Experience:

  • Valid Alberta Class 3 Driver’s License
  • Q Endorsement
  • S200-400 and 472 Awareness
  • Basic Pump Operations
  • Paramedic or EMT designation
  • ICS 100 (Incident Command System)
  • A minimum of 3-5 years progressively responsible fire-rescue experience preferred. 
  • High school diploma
  • Excellent customer service and time management skills
  • Well-developed conceptual and problem solving skills with the ability to exercise sound judgment
  • Strong written, verbal, conflict resolution, and presentation skills combined with the ability to work under pressure
  • Work well independently and with teams
  • Deal effectively with the public and other stakeholders

Deadline for Applications is 12 Noon (MT) May 13, 2016 to

Town of Canmore

Therese Rogers, Manager of Human Resources

Applications may be submitted by: Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We will be interviewing applicants throughout the posting period and may select strong candidates prior to the closing date. Interested applicants should therefore submit  their application as soon as possible. 

 

“Serving the Community to Enhance Our Quality of Life”

Accounts Receivable Representative

     

 Accounts Receivables Representative

Full-Time, Permanent
     

Why work for the Town of Canmore? For starters, you can take great pride in our organization, its positive 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 finance 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 our Accounts Receivables Representative, you will play a crucial part in achieving our fiscal responsibility to provide the community with the best value and responsible use of their taxpayer’s dollars.

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 mathematical, analytical, research and investigation skills. You will have the opportunity to further develop your strong relationship building, leadership and customer service skills as you collaborate with many diverse people within our organization, external business clients and residents to better manage accounts and resolve discrepancies efficiently and effectively. This position will provide you with autonomy, as you will be required to take the lead on a diversity of daily tasks and projects such as ; invoicing, adjustments, collections and reconciliations with minimal supervision. As you seek to tackle this diverse portfolio of clients and transactions, you will have the opportunity to utilize your exceptional customer service and conflict resolution skills as you coordinate delinquent accounts. In addition, you will be able to cultivate your leadership skills as you consult, advise and seek to build strong partnerships with both clients and internal business units to administer and maintain key accounts and receivables transactions such as the business and animal registry.  Click Here 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 clients. This is a fantastic opportunity for a creative problem solver and analytical thinker who thrives on problem solving, conflict resolution and quality customer service.  To be the best fit for this position, you have a genuine interest and demonstrated aptitude for numbers and mathematical tasks, the ability to analyze, investigate and solve problems systematically. With 2+ years of related experience in finance, accounting or office administration, you have developed excellent detail orientation and administration skills, you are not afraid to tackle, communicate and solve accounting problems. Strong computer proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite with the ability to create documents and manipulate data using Excel, Word and detailed accounting software will enable you to be successful in this role. Post-secondary education in a related field such as; finance, accounting or public administration, office administration and /or equivalent experience of 2+ years in a similar role is required. Additional finance courses or certifications in accounting, excel, computer upgrading or familiarity with accounting software is considered as strong asset. 

Perks and Benefits: In addition to being a great place to work, the Town of Canmore offers a competitive salary, a full benefits package, a Health Spending Account and a generous retirement savings program. 

Closing Date for Applications: Monday, March 28, 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

2015 Bow Valley Parent Link- Program Assistant ( Term)

 

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    Bow Valley Parent Link - Program Assistant

    Full-Time, 1 year Term  ( Maternity Leave)

 

Why work for the Town of Canmore? For starters, you can take great pride in our collaborative organization, its positive work culture and our amazing group of talented people who genuinely care about our community and accomplish outstanding work each and every day. You will have the opportunity to join a team that is professional, fun, dedicated and passionate about working with kids, our community, and the endless opportunities for adventure in our magnificent Rocky Mountain environment. You will get to be part of a vital service for local families that supports caregivers and children with invaluable programs, resources and meaningful opportunities to connect, play and fully integrate into our vibrant community. 

Position Overview:  This is the perfect job for someone who strives to make meaningful and direct impacts in the community through the use of their teamwork, organization and relationship building skills. You will have the opportunity to work with a talented and energetic team of ECD professionals to support programs and services that enhance families quality of life, contributing to a healthy, sustainable and inclusive community. This position will provide you with both teamwork opportunities and autonomy, as you will be required to take the lead on the day-to-day cleanliness, sanitization and safety of the BVPL facilities in Canmore, ensuring a welcoming and enjoyable place for caregivers with children 0-6 in our community.  In this role you will also have the opportunity to contribute your energy and organization skills to support various areas of BVPL programming such as; Parent link in the park, Saturday Family Connections Stay and Play, prepping snacks, providing childcare and some administrative support duties . 

This is full-time position that offers a balanced 31.5 hour work week, generally scheduled over 5 days (including Saturday morning) and offers the opportunity to work primarily in our Canmore location. To review the full position description on our website! Click Here!

Attributes: This role is perfect for someone who is genuinely caring, confident and a warm welcoming person with a proven love of working with children and families. This position will offer you with the opportunity to utilize your keen attention to detail, organization skills and clean freak habits to maintain and improve our facilities and programs. You will have the opportunity to further challenge and develop your excellent customer service skills as you build meaningful and collaborative relationships with both co-workers and clients. Bringing people together to make meaningful connections is what we are all about; families, communities and teams. You will love working here, if you work best in collaborative, team-oriented environments and thrive in routine and predictable schedules. We offer ongoing direction and feedback so you can grow as a person and in your career. To be successful in this role, you will need a minimum of a Secondary School diploma, however additional education and/or experience in Early Childhood Development, or related human services field is a great asset.  A class 5 driver’s license and a genuine interest in our unique mountain town, its community and people are also required! 

Salary:  The pay rate for this position is $19.35/hour (based on provincial funding). In addition to being a great place to work, we also offer a discounted membership to Elevation Place and numerous opportunities for learning and personal growth! 

Closing Date for Applications: This posting will remain open until December 18th, 2015.

How to Apply: If this position is aligned with your skills, interests and experience, we would love to hear from you!  Please submit your detailed resume and cover letter to:

Amanda Coon Sorfleet, HR Coordinator
902-7th Avenue, Canmore AB T1W 3K1
E‐mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Prior to beginning work, the successful candidate will be required to submit a satisfactory RCMP Criminal Records Check, along with other required certifications. 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.

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