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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*


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*


Program Attendant II Weight Room - Competition No. 133.14

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Date posted: October 02, 2014
Attachment: Job Description 11KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre


Two Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $22.95/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

Requirements include completion of Grade 10; one month experience in in related activity; satisfactory police information check; Emergency First-Aid and CPR-C as required. In addition, candidates must possess a BCRPA Certification in theory and weight training. 

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. 132.14

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Date posted: October 02, 2014
Attachment: Job Description 10KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Gordon Head Recreation Centre


Two Auxiliary Relief Positions
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends, depending on program registration (hours/shifts are subject to change)
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $22.95/hour

The competition will remain open until successful candidates are hired.

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 possess a BCRPA Certification in theory, plus any of the following:  BCRPA Certification in group fitness or personal training, Can-Fit Pro, National Strength Training Association 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.

*Testing will be conducted*


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 (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.


Manager, Facility Operations - Competition No. 10.15

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Date posted: January 22, 2015
Closing date: February 06, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 203KB

Engineering Department
Development & Municipal Facilities Division

Facility Operations Section

Regular Full Time Position
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Exempt Position
Wage: $6,978-$8,160/month

Leading the Facility Operations Section, the Manager is an experienced collaborative, positive leader with proven success in progressive, sustainable facility management.  

Reporting to the Director of Engineering, the Manager provides leadership, advice and support on facility operations matters. Specific responsibilities include the provision of sustainable and energy efficient operation, maintenance, repair, construction and renovation of municipal buildings; facility asset management planning and specialized equipment maintenance. Qualified candidates will have a diploma in a related field, seven years facility operations management experience, demonstrated ability to lead and supervise employees in a unionized environment and possess a balance of consensus, team building and technical skills. LEED and PMP certification is preferred.

*Testing will be conducted*


Clerk, Tax - Competition No. 08.15

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Date posted: January 16, 2015
Closing date: February 06, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 20KB

Finance Department
Revenue Services Division
Property Tax Section


Up to 6 Temporary Full Time Positions
Approximately 2 to 4 months with an anticipated start date of mid May 2015
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $26.03/hour

The position of Clerk-Tax involves routine keyboarding and clerical work in the Revenue Services Division where considerable contact with the public is required.  The primary responsibilities are the performance of detailed assignments in accordance with well-established work methods and procedures and responding to enquiries from the public, legal firms and lending institutions. Major duties include routing visitors and calls, securing and providing basic information related to property tax and obtaining missing information from clients relating to home owner grants, property tax payments and medical certificates.  The successful candidates will use simple arithmetic calculations to compute late payment penalties, prepare batches of tax payments for data entry and type articles, forms, letters and other routine correspondence.  Requirements include Grade 12 or equivalent, experience in dealing with the public, minimum of one year’s experience in an office environment and basic keyboarding skills of 40 wpm.

*Testing will be conducted*


Senior Committee Clerk (Area 4, Public Hearings) - Competition No. 12.15

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Date posted: January 27, 2015
Closing date: February 10, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 23KB

Legislative Services Department
Legislative Division


Regular Part Time Position
Monday to Friday, 28 hours per week
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. with occasional varying shifts for evening meeting support
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $35.10/hour

The District of Saanich is seeking a Senior Committee Clerk with experience in coordinating the Public Hearing process which includes preparing legal notices and bylaws, attending meetings, taking minutes and providing accurate procedural advice in a public setting. The successful candidate will provide a full range of legislative and administrative services to Council and assigned committee(s), respond to a variety of enquiries regarding bylaws/policies and Council/committee decisions.  He/she will undertake special projects to identify issues, conduct research, analyse options, and recommend solutions.  He/She will also maintain the Web pages for the Division and Council keeping the information current and updated.

The ideal candidate thrives in an environment where accuracy is essential, deadlines are met and much of the work follows legal/legislative mandates.  Essential requirements include a considerable knowledge of local government and the role of Council, rules and procedures used in meetings, and legislation related to the public hearing process.  Excellent written and verbal skills with a strong knowledge of business English – including sentence structure, grammar, punctuation and the ability to listen and summarize key points is essential.  You will have a proven track record with problem-solving, building positive relationships and demonstrating political acumen.  A strong customer focus and the ability to be flexible in a changing work environment are equally important. The incumbent must possess a solid understanding of records management systems and best practices.  Demonstrated experience with research and/or project management is ideal.  Also required is a certificate in local government administration, public administration or related discipline; a minimum of four years of related administrative experience and a minimum of two years experience acting as a Council or formal committee secretary in a local government setting; proficiency in keyboarding, advanced word processing and shorthand or other form of speedwriting. The successful candidate will be required to attend meetings outside regular working hours.

*Testing will be conducted*


Youth Leader II Supervisor - Competition No. 11.15

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Date posted: January 27, 2015
Closing date: February 12, 2015
Attachment: Job Description 11KB

Parks and Recreation Department
Community Services Section

Up to 3 Temporary  Full Time Positions - Approximately 3.5 months (June to September 2015)
Varying shifts including evenings and weekends, up to 40 hours per week
Bargaining Unit Position
Wage: $21.85/hour

Under the general direction of a Recreation Programmer, the Youth Leader II will provide leadership in planning, supervision and evaluation of specific programs such as day camps, community playground programs or teen activities.  Successful candidates will be responsible for the overall operation of a specific program including staffing, equipment and supplies, program planning, special events, facility scheduling and other details to ensure a high quality program.  Requirements include completion of Grade 12; enrolment in post- secondary recreation, leisure studies or related fields; experience in administration of recreational programs; six months experience working in a recreation day-camp setting; demonstrated program planning experience; supervisory experience in related field; Emergency First-Aid and CPR-Level C; a satisfactory police information check and a valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s License. 

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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Last modified: July 18, 2014