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Instructor I (Skate) - Competition No. 167.14

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Date posted: December 30, 2014
Attachment: Job Description 12KB

Parks and Recreation Department
G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre


Three Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $19.11/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

The District of Saanich is seeking Instructors who will provide instruction of recreation skating programs at G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre. Instructors may also participate in the activity or perform hosting duties.   Instructors ensure that participants are acting in accordance to the facility rules and that the facility and equipment are in safe, working condition. Requirements include completion of Grade 10; three months experience in the area of skate instruction; satisfactory police information check; Emergency First-Aid and CPR-C as required. The successful candidates will be required to work varying shifts (hours and shifts are subject to change).

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.


Skate Attendant - Competition No. 168.14

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Date posted: January 07, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 11KB

Parks and Recreation Department
G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre


Three Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $15.82/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre is seeking Skate Attendants to facilitate recreational skating activities and ensure the safety and enjoyment of participants in recreation skating.  Attendants ensure that participants are acting in accordance to the facility rules and that the facility and equipment are in safe, working condition. Requirements include completion of Grade 10; one month experience in related activity; satisfactory police information check; Emergency First-Aid and CPR-C, as required. The successful candidates will be required to work varying shifts (hours and shifts are subject to change).

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.


Instructor I, Seniors Programs - Competition No. 23.15

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Date posted: February 06, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 12KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Community Services Section

Three Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $19.11/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

The District of Saanich is currently recruiting for auxiliary relief Instructors to coordinate Seniors Programs in the Community Services Section.  The successful candidates will lead a variety of recreation programs such as, but not limited to, leading Community Kitchens, guided walks and facilitating Conversation Cafes or social drop-in times.   Requirements include completion of Grade 10; three months experience in related area of instruction; satisfactory police information check; Emergency First-Aid and CPR-C as required. Program planning, preparation and coordinatation will also be expected.

Please note:  These positions require a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.


Aquatic Instructor II - Competition No. 15.15

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Date posted: February 03, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 21KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre


Multiple Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and nights (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $21.04/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

Gordon Head Recreation Centre is seeking certified Aquatic Instructors II who will be responsible for lesson management for Canadian Red Cross Water Safety programs.  This includes planning and preparing assigned programs; instructing assigned classes; evaluating participants; record keeping and public relations. The successful candidates will also ensure participants are taught according to safety and skill standards outlined by Saanich and Aquatic agencies.  Requirements include completion of Grade 10; current Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Award; over three months, up to and including six months experience and a satisfactory police information check. 

Please note:  These positions require a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Lifeguard - Competition No. 58.15

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Date posted: February 24, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 10KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Saanich Commonwealth Place

Aquatics Section

Multiple Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $21.04/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

Saanich Commonwealth Place is seeking certified Lifeguards who will be responsible for ensuring the safety and enjoyment of participants in aquatic activities. This includes leading activities, games and events of interest and performing hosting duties.  Lifeguards also ensure that participants are acting in accordance to facility rules and the facility and equipment are in safe, working condition. Requirements include completion of Grade 10; current National Lifeguard Service certification (Waterpark Option); current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation certification – Level C with AED certification; current Standard First Aid Level 1 certification; over one month, up to and including three months experience and a satisfactory police information check.

Please note:  These positions require a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Building Service Worker II Pool - Competition No. 34.14

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Date posted: February 27, 2014
Attachment: Job Description 12KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre

Saanich Commonwealth Place

Auxiliary Relief Positions
Relief, on-call work involving various shifts including evenings, weekends and nights (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $26.80/hour

Work available immediately
The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Building Service Worker I - Competition No. 33.14

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Date posted: November 25, 2014
Attachment: Job Description 11KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Cedar Hill Recreation Centre


Auxiliary Relief Positions
Relief, on-call work involving various shifts including evenings, weekends and nights (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $25.52/hour

Work available immediately
The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Building Service Worker II Arena - Competition No. 35.14

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Date posted: February 27, 2014
Attachment: Job Description 10KB

Parks and Recreation Department
G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre


Auxiliary Relief Positions
Relief, on-call work involving various shifts including evenings, weekends and nights (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $26.80/hour

Work available immediately
The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Aquatic Instructor II - Competition No. 59.15

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Date posted: February 25, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 21KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Saanich Commonwealth Place


Multiple Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $21.04/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

Saanich Commonwealth Place is seeking certified Aquatic Instructors II who will be responsible for lesson management for Canadian Red Cross Water Safety programs.  This includes planning and preparing assigned programs; instructing assigned classes; evaluating participants; record keeping and public relations. The successful candidates will also ensure participants are taught according to safety and skill standards outlined by Saanich and Aquatic agencies.  Requirements include completion of Grade 10; current Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Award; over three months, up to and including six months experience and a satisfactory police information check. 

Please note:  These positions require a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Court Liaison Officer - Competition No. 45.15

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Date posted: February 18, 2015
Closing date: March 02, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 21KB

Police Department
Administration Division
Records Section


Regular Full Time Position
Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.; 7 hour work days (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $30.17/hour (under review)

The Saanich Police Department is seeking a motivated, qualified and experienced individual to perform specialized duties within the Records Section of the Administration Division.  The primary responsibility for this position is to ensure that all documents designated for the Court System are properly and uniformly prepared and processed according to the required standard.  Other responsibilities include the reading, classifying and management of case files; statistical recording; liaison with Provincial Courts, Crown Counsel and Witness Management Offices; the preparation and maintenance of training manuals and guides for the completion of court documents.  Requirements include: completion of Grade 12; 5 years experience in a police environment with investigative experience including 6 months clerical experience in a computerized environment; completion of RMS and JUSTIN training and any other in-service courses as required; obtain Special Municipal Constable status; take and adhere to Oath of Allegiance and Oath of Office as provided in the Police Act of B.C.; possess a valid Class 5 B.C. Driver’s Licence; pass and maintain the required enhanced reliability security clearance and provide fingerprint samples to be hired.  Please note: the job description is currently under review and the pay grade is subject to change.

*Testing will be conducted*


Engineering Technician III - Competition No. 29.15

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Date posted: February 11, 2015
Closing date: March 02, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 16KB

Engineering Department
Transportation Division
Design Section


Regular Full Time Position
Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $33.34/hour

Working under the direction of a senior technician, the Engineering Technician III will be responsible for developing conceptual and detailed designs for primarily transportation projects. Some of these may include water, sewer and / or storm drainage components in the design.  Requirements include completion of an accredited post-secondary program in Civil and Structural Engineering Technology or an equivalent combination of education and experience; three years directly related experience in civil engineering design or public works inspection, installation and approval procedures in both drafting/surveying; eligible for membership in ASTT of BC; conversant with computer based engineering applications and a valid B.C. Class 5 driver’s license.


Program Technician (Aquatics) - Competition No. 48.15

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Date posted: February 20, 2015
Closing date: March 04, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 19KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre
Aquatics Section


Regular Full Time Position
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends, 35 hours per week (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $28.77/hour

Applicants must possess the following:

  • Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent
  • Current National Lifeguard Service Certification - Pool Option
  • Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification
  • Standard First Aid
  • CPR-Level C with AED
  • Minimum one year experience in supervision and leadership in an aquatic setting
  • Valid B.C. Driver's Licence
  • Satisfactory police information check

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Supervisor, Public Works - Competition No. 47.15

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Date posted: February 20, 2015
Closing date: March 04, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 123KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Engineering Department
Public Works Division
Street Operations Section


2 Temporary Full Time Positions - Approximately 6 months
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $39.35/hour

*Testing will be conducted*


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Aquatic Instructor II/Lifeguard - Competition No. 49.15

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Date posted: February 20, 2015
Closing date: March 04, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 12KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre


Regular Part Time Position
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends, up to 24 hours per week (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $21.04/hour

*Testing will be conducted*


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Team Leader (Aquatics) - Competition No. 50.15

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Date posted: February 20, 2015
Closing date: March 04, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 83KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre


Regular Part Time Position
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends, up to 24 hours per week (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $23.16/hour

*Testing will be conducted*


Program Assistant (Skateboard Instructor) - Competition No. 53.15

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Date posted: February 23, 2015
Closing date: March 05, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 10KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre

Temporary Full Time Position (July 6 - August 28, 2015)
Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., up to 40 hours per week (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $16.15/hour

Under the general direction of a Recreation Programmer, the Program Assistant (Skateboard Instructor) will provide supervision to participants in an instructional program specifically for skateboarders.    This summer program will teach participants how to safely land tricks and learn general skateboard maintenance. The successful candidate will ensure the safety and well being of participants and communicate and work cooperatively with participants, parents, and supervisors. Applicants must have a strong background in skateboarding as well as a strong belief in practicing safe skateboarding habits.  Requirements include completion of Grade 10, three months experience in a recreation day-camp environment, satisfactory police information check, Emergency First-Aid and CPR Level C.

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired.  We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases.  All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Youth Leader I (Skateboard Instructor) - Competition No. 52.15

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Date posted: February 23, 2015
Closing date: March 05, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 11KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre

Temporary Full Time Position (July 6 - August 28, 2015)
Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., up to 40 hours per week (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $19.35/hour

Under the general direction of a Recreation Programmer, the Youth Leader (Skateboard Instructor) will provide direct supervision to participants in an instructional program specifically for skateboarders.  This summer program will teach participants how to safely land tricks and learn general skateboard maintenance. The successful candidate will be responsible for: planning and supervising relevant activities; ensuring the safety and well-being of participants; and communicating and working cooperatively with participants, parents, coordinators and supervisors.  Applicants must have a strong background in skateboarding as well as a strong belief in practicing safe skateboarding habits.  Requirements include completion of Grade 10, three months experience in a recreation day-camp environment, satisfactory police information check, Emergency First-Aid and CPR Level C, and a valid BC Class 4 Driver’s Licence, as required.

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired.  We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases.  All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Utility Locator - Competition No. 54.15

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Date posted: February 23, 2015
Closing date: March 05, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 11KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Engineering Department
Public Works Division

1-2 Auxiliary Relief Positions
Monday to Friday, up to 40 hours per week
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $30.17/hour

*Testing will be conducted*


Natural Areas Practitioner - Competition No. 34.15

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Date posted: February 12, 2015
Closing date: March 06, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 43KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Parks Division

Natural Areas Section

Regular Full Time Position
Schedule: 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (Summer); 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (Winter)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $29.47/hour

The Parks Division is seeking a Natural Areas Practitioner to assist in the coordination of and participate in the maintenance, conservation and restoration of park natural areas. The work will focus on: invasive species management coupled with the corresponding natural areas restoration; trail vegetation management; and assisting with the coordination and implementation of the boulevard and park tree planting program. The successful candidate will make recommendations on various park natural resource management initiatives and programs; undertake projects, habitat enhancements and liaise with various internal and external staff and stakeholders. Requirements include: Grade 12 plus one year certificate in environmental studies, environmental sciences, resource management or related discipline and one year of natural areas management experience preferably in a municipal setting; An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. In addition, all candidates must possess a valid B.C. Pesticide Applicator’s Certificate, a valid Class 5 BC Driver’s Licence and a satisfactory police information check.  The successful candidate may be required to work evenings and weekends.

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Team Leader, Aquatics - Competition No. 57.15

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Date posted: February 24, 2015
Closing date: March 09, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 83KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Parks and Recreation Department
Saanich Commonwealth Place
Aquatics Section


2-3 Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $23.16/hour


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Recreation Receptionist - Competition No. 60.15

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Date posted: February 25, 2015
Closing date: March 09, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 10KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Parks and Recreation Department
G.R. Pearkes Recreation Centre

Regular Full Time Position
Varying shifts and may include evenings and weekends (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $26.62/hour

*Testing will be conducted*


Program Manager, Strategic Facilities Planning - Competition No. 51.15

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Date posted: February 23, 2015
Closing date: March 10, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 242KB

Engineering Department
Development & Municipal Facilities Division
Facility Operations Section


Temporary Full Time Position - 2 year term
Exempt Position
Wage: $9,251-$10,819/month (under review and is subject to change)

The Engineering Department is seeking an experienced and qualified Program Manager, Strategic Facilities Planning for a two year term with the District of Saanich.   The successful candidate will be responsible for setting the vision of the District’s facility needs over the next 20 years.  This position serves as the program leader in developing a Facilities Master Plan that consists of over 80 different community and recreation buildings and 160 million dollars in facility assets with primary focus on the 11 critical facility structures currently in place.  The successful candidate will guide the project team, senior management and the organization in developing a 20 year plan that considers a facility replacement strategy, critical facility seismic upgrades, facility expansion and growth, and major building component repairs.

Qualified candidates will have a university degree in Engineering, Architecture, Business Administration, Public Administration or another related field; eligibility for registration as a Professional Engineer or Architect; Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred, or at minimum, proficiency to pursue certification; 10 years experience in a combination of facility program, project and operational management including experience/responsibility managing diverse/complex projects and teams; possession of  a valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s License and a personal vehicle for use as and when required.  In addition, candidates must also have demonstrated ability to develop, communicate, and implement successful strategic initiatives, lead and supervise employees in a unionized environment and possess significant hands on leadership in budgeting and accounting within the public sector environment.

*Testing will be conducted*


Planner I - Competition No. 62.15

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Date posted: February 26, 2015
Closing date: March 10, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 13KB

Planning Department
Current Planning Division


Regular Full Time Position
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $39.35/hour

Saanich is seeking an experienced Planner I to join our Planning team. The successful candidate will be a Planner who is innovative and self-motivated, with a focus on customer service. Skill sets will include thorough knowledge of planning principles and legislation, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills. The individual will be team focused, working with a diverse group of professionals to implement our Official Community Plan. The successful candidate will be called upon to undertake a wide variety of municipal planning work including: managing development applications; implementing principles of good urban design, writing planning reports and correspondence, planning research; Zoning Bylaw interpretation and community consultation. 

Requirements include a Masters Degree in Planning, four years experience in public planning, eligibility for membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners and a valid BC Class 5 Drivers Licence.  Consideration may be given to candidates who hold an equivalent combination of education and experience.

*Testing will be conducted*


Manager, Project / Quality Management - Competition No. 56.15

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Date posted: February 24, 2015
Closing date: March 11, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 244KB

Engineering Department

Regular Full Time Position
Exempt Position
Wage: $7,683-$8,986/month (under review and is subject to change)

Reporting to the Director of Engineering, the Manager, Project/Quality Management oversees all aspects of ongoing project management, quality management and capital coordination programs, including planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling program activities.  Responsible for the structure and staffing of the Engineering Project Management Office (PMO), the successful candidate will guide the project teams, senior management team and the organization in developing process maturity and organizational integrity with respect to Project and Quality Management.  This position will be required to provide oversight, direction and/or supervision on delivering projects on time, on budget with appropriate quality, monitor the programs for compliance through peer audits/reviews and implement new processes to improve performance.

Qualified candidates will have a university degree in Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration or another related field; eligibility for registration as a Professional Engineer; Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is preferred, or at minimum, proficiency to pursue certification; 10 years experience in a combination of program, project and operational management including experience/responsibility managing diverse/complex projects and teams; possession of a valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s License and a personal vehicle for use as and when required.  In addition, candidates must also have demonstrated initiative and ability to develop, communicate, and implement successful strategic initiatives for multiple constituents with sometimes conflicting/competing objectives and goals; proven track record of innovative and strategic decision making and experience in implementing change with new procedures and practices; lead and supervise employees in a unionized environment and possess significant hands on leadership in budgeting and accounting within the public sector environment.

*Testing will be conducted*


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Chargehand II - Competition No. 64.15

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Date posted: February 27, 2015
Closing date: March 11, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 32KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Engineering Department
Public Works Division
Storm and Wastewater Section

Regular Full Time Position
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $33.34/hour

*Testing will be conducted*


[EMPLOYEES ONLY] Compost Attendant - Competition No. 61.15

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Date posted: February 25, 2015
Closing date: March 12, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 101KB

**EMPLOYEES ONLY COMPETITION:  You must be a current employee of the District of Saanich to be considered as an internal applicant**

Engineering Department
Public Works Division

Solid Waste Services Section

Temporary Full Time Position for approximately 12 months
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $25.46/hour

*Testing will be conducted*


Systems Analyst II (Application Support) - Competition No. 55.15

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Date posted: February 24, 2015
Closing date: March 13, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 168KB

Corporate Services Department
Information Technology Division
Business Systems Section


Temporary Full Time Position - Approximately 18-24 months
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $38.30/hour

The District of Saanich is seeking a temporary Systems Analyst II to join our innovative IT team. As a Systems Analyst II - Application Support, your role is to customize, maintain and support enterprise software primarily for JDEdwards.  This may include writing application interfaces, customizing vendor software and writing custom reports using Crystal Reports. In your role as a Systems Analyst you will also work directly with end users and Vendors. You are experienced with modern Java technologies, SQL, web development, databases (Oracle experience is preferred), and have application integration experience.  You are able to configure off-the-shelf software, or develop it yourself, based on our client’s needs.  Requirements include:  University Degree in the field of Computer Science or Information Technology with four years experience in related roles consistent with the area of applications or equivalent combined education and experience; and a valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s License. ITIL Foundations certification would be an asset.

*Testing will be conducted*


Ceramics Studio Technician - Competition No. 63.15

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Date posted: February 26, 2015
Closing date: March 18, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 17KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Cedar Hill Recreation Centre


Temporary Full Time Position - Approximately 13 months
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $23.16/hour

The Arts Centre at Cedar Hill is seeking a creative and team oriented Ceramics Studio Technician to be responsible for the day to day operation of the ceramics and art studios and to provide direction and support to all volunteers and instructional staff.  Under the supervision of the Arts Programmers, the Ceramics Studio Technician may assist in the provision of programs, services and events.  The successful candidate will supervise the delivery of ceramics programs and services, monitor the general maintenance and safety of the ceramics studio and associated areas, art studios and conduct studio orientations for instructional staff, volunteers and patrons. Requirements include completion of Grade 12; 2 years experience working in a technical capacity in a ceramics studio and teaching; equivalent combination of education and experience; First Aid, CPR and AED Certification; and satisfactory police information check.

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.

*Testing will be conducted*


Instructor III Fitness - Competition No. 46.15

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Date posted: February 19, 2015
Closing date: August 28, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 10KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Recreation Services Division


Multiple Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including days, evenings and weekends, depending on program registration (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $23.41/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

The District of Saanich is seeking multiple Certified Group Fitness Instructors who will provide direct instruction, leadership and program management for recreation programs at our four recreation centers.  The successful candidates will also ensure that participants are acting in accordance to the facility rules and that the facility and equipment are in safe, working condition.  Requirements include completion of Grade 10; three months experience in the area of fitness instruction; satisfactory police information check; Emergency First-Aid and CPR-C as required. In addition, candidates must also possess one of the following: BCRPA Certification, Can-Fit Pro Certification, National Strength Training Association Certification or Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology. 

Please note:  This position requires a satisfactory Police Information Check (PIC) with vulnerable sector check prior to being hired. We encourage all applicants to begin this process as early as possible as PIC searches can take up to 30 days to complete in some cases. All costs associated with the PIC search are the responsibility of the applicant.


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