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Download [ Painters - Temporary position - pdf ]

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 43 (COQUITLAM)
Invites Applications for:
Painters
40 hours a week – Temporary Full Time (June to October 2019)

An exciting opportunity exists within the Maintenance Department for temporary painters. As the third largest school district in B.C. and located in the Tri-Cities of Metro Vancouver, the school district has a population of 32,000 students with approximately 4,300 teaching, administrative, managerial and support staff.

This position reports to the Manager of Maintenance and the Lead hand Painter and completes painting tasks with a minimum of supervision.

Duties include:

  • Inside and outside painting tasks under minimum supervision.
  • Operates and maintains painting equipment such as airless and conventional spray equipment, power washer, computer, brushes, rollers, etc.

Qualifications include:

  • Painting Trades Qualification Ticket (TQ)
  • Recent related experience
  • Proven ability to work with minimal supervision
  • A valid BC class 5 driver’s license

The successful candidate works 40 hours per week (7:00am to 3:30pm) – $33.39 per hour + 16% in lieu of benefits.

Applicants are advised they must successfully complete a criminal record check prior to hiring.

To apply, please forward your resume to Carmen Ferguson, Manager of Human Resources, at cferguson [AT] sd43 [DOT] bc [DOT] ca no later than Tuesday June 24, 2019

All applicants are advised that they must sign a release to permit a criminal record check prior to confirmation of hiring. We appreciate your interest but regret that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


 

Download [ Manager Facility Operations position - pdf ]

COMPETITION NO: E 19 OPS 004 REG

As the largest employer within the City of Abbotsford, the District employs over 2,200 full and part time teaching and support staff who are committed to preparing and inspiring over 19,000 students for a lifetime of success.

At the Abbotsford School District, our employees are our most valuable asset in preparing students for a lifetime of success through respect, opportunity and innovation. We continue to be a progressive employer in our community and are committed to fostering creativity, inspiring excellence, and continually challenging everyone to grow.

We are currently seeking a Manager, Facility Operations to join our team. Reporting to the Director of Facilities and Transportation, the Manager will be responsible for monitoring, resource conservation, work order system including preventive maintenance scheduling, emergency planning, facilities office administration, budgeting, planning and scheduling of seasonal/annual plans, human resources and project management of minor and major capital works. The Manager will prepare tenders, create and maintain condition inventories, update monthly budging and sit on various committees representing the Abbotsford School District. The Manager will also be assigned human resources related duties such as: recruitment and selection, coaching and discipline, and determining training requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS
The incumbent will have a professional designation or will have completed post-secondary studies in one of the areas of responsibility. In addition, the incumbent should have five years' direct experience, with knowledge and understanding of facilities operations and facilities budgeting/office administration and have a minimum 3 years supervisory experience. The incumbent should have excellent computer skills and a class 5 driver's license. The incumbent must have:

  • A passion for energy conservation and a willingness to engage and educate others on the vision of sustainability energy management
  • Successful completion of a supervisory or management skills credit course
  • A passion for strategic development, analyzing key data and business case analysis
  • Experience with estimating, tenders, office administration
  • A proven ability to express ideas effectively both orally and in writing; experience in the preparation of formal reports, oral/written presentations, statistical analyses
  • Extensive knowledge of building computer systems/database systems
  • Wide knowledge of global sustainability issues
  • Experience in strategic planning, developing goals, measurable objectives and actions to achieve goals
  • Strong understanding of educational change, adult learning, behavioral change and building system capacity

If this position sounds like your ideal match, please submit a detailed resume outlining qualifications and experience no later than 4:30 pm on Sunday, June 30, 2019 to makeafuture.ca

Individuals not currently employed by School District No. 34 (Abbotsford), are required to sign an "Authorization for Criminal Record Search" to permit a criminal record review.

The interest of all applicants is appreciated; however, acknowledgements will only be made to those selected for an interview.


 

Download [ Temporary Carpenters position - pdf ]

The Burnaby School District is looking to hire TEMPORARY Carpenters to work throughout the District. These positions are responsible for a full range of carpentry work throughout the district including new construction, renovation/alteration and maintenance of School District buildings and structures.

Applicants must have:

  • Grade 12 diploma (or equivalent)
  • Successful completion of the B.C. Apprenticeship Program and a valid BC or Interprovincial Journeyman Carpenter Trades Qualification (TQ) is required
  • Four years related work experience as a Journeyman (post TQ)
  • Demonstrated training and work experience in current BC construction/maintenance safety requirements
  • Valid B.C. Driver’s License (Class 5)

Applicants are expected to:

  • Have thorough knowledge of construction and construction safety practices
  • Possess the physical condition and health to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job (including climbing ladders/scaffolds, and lifting and carrying heavy materials/objects)
  • Maintain good interpersonal skills and have good verbal and written communication skills

Applicants must be:

  • Knowledgeable of safety procedures and materials, methods and equipment related to carpentry
  •  A self-starter with an ability to organize daily tasks, work independently and as a member of a team

This position works 40-hours/week and pays $33.64 per hour. This position includes a benefits package that includes extended health, dental, provincial medical coverage, and vacation pay.

All applications with relevant documentation (a cover letter, detailed resume, and proof of TQ/ certifications) can be made through Make a Future (www.makeafuture.ca/burnaby) for consideration for this position.

Human Resources Burnaby School District 5325 Kincaid Street Burnaby BC V5G 1W2 applications [AT] burnabyschools [DOT] ca

Successful completion of a criminal record search is a legislated requirement and will be completed upon hire. We thank all applicants for this position, however, only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.


 

Download [ HVAC Technician position - pdf ]

The Burnaby School District is looking to hire a FULL-TIME HVAC Technician. This position services, upgrades, installs, repairs and inspects heating and ventilation equipment.
A variety of pipefitting duties, including inspecting and cleaning boilers, roof top ventilation units, forced air units, cooling plants and associated equipment as well as calibrate and repair pneumatic and electronic controls and thermostats, including DDC systems are also pivotal functions of this position. This position works with computer software (programming and scheduling) for automated heating and ventilating systems as required.

Required Qualifications and Experience:

  • Completion of Grade 12 plus Steamfitting/Pipefitting Trades Qualification (TQ) Certificate or a TQ in a relevant trade, and Gasfitter’s Certificate (Class B) [Class A is preferred].
  • Restricted electrical ticket is an asset.
  • Four years related work experience as a Journeyman in HVAC service coupled with boiler maintenance and DDC/building automation experience is required.
  • Valid B.C. Driver’s License (Class 5).
  • Extensive knowledge of current techniques, methods, procedures and equipment applicable to the HVAC trade, plus knowledge of computerized control software and equipment is required.

We are looking for a self-starter with an ability to organize daily tasks, work independently and as a member of a team. Demonstrated ability to work at the level of independence and with the degree of initiative appropriate to the position is also required.

This position is 40-hours/week, 12-months/year and comes complete with a wage of $34.54/hour and a benefits package including paid vacation/sick days, provincial medical, dental, extended health benefits, life insurance and pension.

All applications with relevant documentation (a cover letter, detailed resume, and proof of TQ/ certifications) can be made through Make a Future (www.makeafuture.ca/burnaby) for consideration for this position.
Human Resources Burnaby School District 5325 Kincaid Street Burnaby BC V5G 1W2 applications [AT] burnabyschools [DOT] ca

Successful completion of a criminal record search is a legislated requirement and will be completed upon hire. We thank all applicants for this position, however, only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.


 

Download [ Painter postition - pdf ]

The Burnaby School District is looking to hire a full-time Painter to work throughout the District.
This position applies protective coatings to the interior and exterior surfaces of structures and equipment and prepares surfaces for painting by using a variety of methods. This position is also responsible for laying out parking lots according to by-laws, code requirements and specifications; reading and interpreting plans, drawings and specifications of district buildings.

Applicants must have:

  • Grade 12 diploma (or equivalent)
  • BC or Interprovincial TQ in Painting and Decorating
  • Four years related work experience as a Journeyman
  • Valid B.C. Driver’s License (Class 5)

We are looking for a self-starter with an ability to organize daily tasks, work independently and as a member of a team. Demonstrated ability to work at the level of independence and with the degree of initiative appropriate to the position is also required.

This position is 40-hours/week, 12-months/year and comes complete with a wage of $32.50/hour (plus a shift premium of $0.50/hour) and a benefits package including paid vacation/sick days, provincial medical, dental, extended health benefits, life insurance and pension.

Hours of work will be 2:30 – 10:30 p.m., but may be adjusted due to operational requirements.

All applications with relevant documentation (a cover letter, detailed resume, and proof of TQ/ certifications) can be made through Make a Future (www.makeafuture.ca/burnaby) for consideration for this position.
Human Resources Burnaby School District 5325 Kincaid Street Burnaby BC V5G 1W2 applications [AT] burnabyschools [DOT] ca

Successful completion of a criminal record search is a legislated requirement and will be completed upon hire. We thank all applicants for this position, however, only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.


 

Download [ Temporary Electricians position - pdf ]

The Burnaby School District is looking to hire Temporary Electricians to work throughout the District. Primarily focusing on lighting upgrades, these positions may also be required to install, maintain, repair and test a variety of electrical/electronic systems and equipment to ensure the safety and operation of district buildings and facilities.

Applicants must have:

  • Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent
  • Electrical Trades Qualification (TQ)
  • Four years related work experience post-TQ
  • Valid B.C. Driver’s License (Class 5)

Applicants are expected to:

  • Have thorough knowledge of construction and construction safety practices
  • Must have experience in reading blueprints and recent BC Electrical Code training/refresher
  • Possess the physical condition and health to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job (including climbing ladders/scaffolds, working in crawl/confined spaces, and lifting and carrying heavy materials/ objects)
  • Maintain good interpersonal skills and have good verbal and written communication skills

Applicants must be:

  • A self-starter with an ability to organize daily tasks, work independently and as a member of a team

This position pays $33.64 per hour and includes a benefits package that includes extended health, dental, provincial medical coverage, and vacation pay.

All applications with relevant documentation (a cover letter, detailed resume, and proof of TQ/ certifications) can be made through Make a Future (www.makeafuture.ca/burnaby) for consideration for this position.
Human Resources Burnaby School District 5325 Kincaid Street Burnaby BC V5G 1W2 applications [AT] burnabyschools [DOT] ca

Successful completion of a criminal record search is a legislated requirement and will be completed upon hire. We thank all applicants for this position, however, only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.


 

Download [ Temporary Electricians position - pdf ]

The Burnaby School District is looking to hire Temporary Electricians to work throughout the District. Primarily focusing on lighting upgrades, these positions may also be required to install, maintain, repair and test a variety of electrical/electronic systems and equipment to ensure the safety and operation of district buildings and facilities.

Applicants must have:

  • Completion of Grade 12 or equivalent
  • Electrical Trades Qualification (TQ)
  • Four years related work experience post-TQ
  • Valid B.C. Driver’s License (Class 5)

Applicants are expected to:

  • Have thorough knowledge of construction and construction safety practices
  • Must have experience in reading blueprints and recent BC Electrical Code training/refresher
  • Possess the physical condition and health to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job (including climbing ladders/scaffolds, working in crawl/confined spaces, and lifting and carrying heavy materials/ objects)
  • Maintain good interpersonal skills and have good verbal and written communication skills

Applicants must be:

  • A self-starter with an ability to organize daily tasks, work independently and as a member of a team

This position pays $33.64 per hour and includes a benefits package that includes extended health, dental, provincial medical coverage, and vacation pay.

All applications with relevant documentation (a cover letter, detailed resume, and proof of TQ/ certifications) can be made through Make a Future (www.makeafuture.ca/burnaby) for consideration for this position.
Human Resources Burnaby School District 5325 Kincaid Street Burnaby BC V5G 1W2 applications [AT] burnabyschools [DOT] ca

Successful completion of a criminal record search is a legislated requirement and will be completed upon hire. We thank all applicants for this position, however, only those individuals under consideration will be contacted.


 

Download [ Carpenter position - pdf ]

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 43 (COQUITLAM)
Invites Applications for:
Carpenter
Temporary Full Time
Various Shifts (Monday to Friday)
40 hours a week

Coquitlam School District invites applications from individuals for the position of temporary carpenter. As the third largest school district in the province we are located within a 40 minute drive from downtown Vancouver. The school district has a population of 32,000 students with approximately 4300 teaching, administrative, managerial and support staff.

This positon reports to the Manager of Maintenance and the Trades Supervisor and is responsible for completing carpentry tasks with minimum supervision.

Required Knowledge and Skills

  • Red Seal Ticket as a carpenter or cabinet maker (Joiner) including a certificate of apprenticeship
  • A valid B.C. class 5 driver’s license.

This is a unionized position which offers $33.39 per hour plus 16% in lieu of benefits.
Interested individuals may apply with a résumé, and a copy of your Red Seal Ticket to:
Carmen Ferguson, Manager of Human Resources,
Email: cferguson [AT] sd43 [DOT] bc [DOT] ca
no later than Friday June 19, 2019 - 4:00 pm

We appreciate your interest but regret that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

All applicants are advised that they must sign a release to permit a criminal record check prior to confirmation of hiring. We appreciate your interest but regret that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


 

Download [ Health and Safety Manager position - pdf ]

An exciting opportunity for an exceptional educational leader to join our dynamic team.

Situated in the beautiful Cowichan Valley on southern Vancouver Island, the Cowichan Valley School District serves a population of almost 8,000 students of which 1,400 identify as Indigenous. We are honoured to be learning on the ancestral and unceded territories of the Quw’utsun, Malahat, Stz’uminus, Penelakut, Halalt, Lake Cowichan and Lyakson peoples. Our district extends north to Saltair, south to Spectacle Lake on the Malahat, and west to the Lake Cowichan region. The school district has approximately 1,300 employees, 22 schools, and over $100 million annual budget.

Reporting to the Secretary-Treasurer, this excluded position is responsible for the development, implementation, and management of comprehensive health and safety programs to ensure a healthy and safe work environment for employees, students and volunteers in School District No. 79 and to ensure that facilities, equipment and work procedures comply with applicable statutory requirements.

Our ideal candidate:

  • Ensures that site emergency preparedness plans are current, accurate and clearly understood.
  • Provides leadership for School Principals in all aspects of school safety and emergency preparedness.
  • Liaises with municipal and provincial emergency planners to update plans, organize exercises and evaluate procedures.
  • Provides the Health and Safety orientation for new hires and assists HR with other parts of the new employee orientation.
  • Advises and assists senior management and other persons involved in planning, controlling and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for work and learning.
  • Develops and maintains a clear understanding of District objectives and overall strategies in order to effectively plan, prioritize and integrate Health and Safety resources.
  • Ensures that appropriate mechanisms and committees are in place to enable the District to provide healthy and safe work places for all workers, students and volunteers.
  • Analyzes work environments and designs programs to control, eliminate, and prevent disease or injury.
  • Represents the Board and acts as a resource to the District Health and Safety Committee.
  • Assists in the preparation of the annual budget to cover operating expenses for health and safety.
  • Monitors the budget and approves authorizations of expenditures in this regard.
  • Receives safety suggestions from employees and/or appropriate site safety committees to determine the feasibility and desirability of suggestions.
  • Ensures immediate and appropriate accident and incident reporting, investigations and risk assessments occur as required, exercising discretion and adherence to WorkSafe BC legislation and regulation, providing assistance as required and follow up as necessary.
  • Acts in the capacity of the Employer’s representative in connection with worksite inspections, hearings and responses to WorkSafe BC Inspection reports and orders.
  • Processes and monitors all WorkSafe BC claims at the District level and liaises with SD 23 by providing the required information regarding claims, appeals, relief of costs, employer representation at hearings, etc.
  • Arranges for health and safety testing and/or evaluations of the workplace by external agencies/ consultants as may be necessary.
  • Ensures that adequate First Aid coverage is in place and that designated First Aid attendants are properly trained and certified.
  • Organizes and oversees health clinics, such as influenza immunizations for staff.
  • Attends grievance meetings as the Employer’s advisor in connection with bargaining, grievances and complaints related to alleged health and safety violations and responds to union inquires related to health and safety matters.
  • Conducts, or makes arrangements for, ergonomic assessments for district employees as required.
  • Works proactively with the medical community in regard to Return to Work and Stay at Work programs for injured employees.
  • Coordinates any health and safety training as required by the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and Workers Compensation Act.
  • Develops courses, prepares materials, schedules and conducts employee and student training presentations which heighten employee and student awareness of a healthy, sanitary, and safe environment.
  • Work closely with the HR department to assist in projects as required
  • Will on occasion be required to perform other related duties as assigned.

Please send us a cover letter and resume clearly highlighting how you meet the following education and experience qualifications:

  • A post-secondary diploma in Health and Safety supplemented by a minimum five (5) years’ experience in Health and Safety including hands on experience in designing/implementing safety initiatives preferably in a public sector environment (K-12 public education experience would be an asset).
  • Thorough knowledge of Workers Compensation Act, Worksafe BC OH&S regulations and claims management.
  • Demonstrated track record of managing occupational disability claims, return to work initiatives, accident investigations and worksite inspections.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide advice and support to principals, managers, supervisors, employees and Health & Safety committee representatives.
  • Advanced skill level in MSOffice programs and OH&S related databases; ability to retrieve and analyze data; develop reports and identify trends with safety programs and claims management activities.
  • Knowledge and experience in human resources would be an asset.

For further information about this exciting career opportunity, please contact the Secretary-Treasurer Jason Sandquist at 250-748-0321, Ext. 201.

Please apply in confidence, including three references, in one (1) attachment only, to:
Jason Sandquist, Secretary-Treasurer
Cowichan Valley School District #79
2557 Beverly Street, Duncan, BC V9L 2X3
Email: execasst_st [AT] sd79 [DOT] bc [DOT] ca

The deadline for applications is 12:00 p.m., June 14, 2019. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected to proceed in the recruitment process will be contacted.


 

 

 

Updated June 5, 201

Download [ Director, Facilities Management position - pdf ]

VANCOUVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

ORGANIZATION

VCC is a dynamic organization known for its forward-thinking and responsive approach to education and training. For more than 50 years, VCC has played a key role in helping industry in some of BC's most important sectors meet its needs for highly skilled employees; our graduate placement rates are among the highest in the province. We invite you to be part of that success. We offer a progressive work environment, a collaborative culture and a competitive compensation and benefits package.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Director of Facilities represents VCC’s Facility Department in all aspects of facilities management. The position is responsible for providing leadership, management and operational oversight of all aspects of Facilities operations at VCC’s three campuses including facilities maintenance operations, custodial services, energy and utility management, capital project planning, construction contract management, budgeting, financial reporting and staff development.

The Director works collaboratively with a wide range of internal and external constituents to develop long and short range plans to integrate VCC facilities with VCC academic programming. Prioritizes maintenance projects and campus infrastructure upgrades to ensure a safe, efficient environment for students, faculty and administrators.

The Director must exercise a wide latitude of independent judgement to perform work described above. The position requires skills and experience in asset management, business management, technical building systems, construction management, safety, security and risk management.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY:

https://careers.vcc.ca/postings/2372


 

Download [ Tradesperson - Plumber position - pdf ]

Structural Maintenance Department
Four Temporary, Full-time AFG* CUPE positions available

*Annual Facilities Grant term positions are effective July 1st to June 30th with the potential for annual renewal and the opportunity to apply for a continuing, full-time plumbing position. The start date for these AFG positions is July 1, 2019.

Spread across one of the largest and fastest-growing cities in British Columbia, Surrey Schools is the city's biggest employer. Located on Canada's spectacular West Coast and nestled in the southwest corner of Green Timbers Urban Forest, we are just 30 minutes southeast of the city of Vancouver. Surrey Schools is the largest and fastest growing public school district in BC, and with 140 sites across 316km2, most of our staff are able to work close to home. The Surrey School District team of approximately 10,000 employees works tirelessly every day to ensure that children are getting the best start they can, providing the preparation to be our leaders of tomorrow.

Due to growth the Surrey School District is seeking to fill new positions with our Plumbing team!

Reporting to the Manager of Structural Maintenance within the Facilities Division, the Plumber Tradesperson is responsible for a variety of projects including renovations, repairs and new installations in over 140 school district sites and offices. The successful applicant must be a team-player ready to be part of a cohesive, effective team of professionals in this busy department requires applicants to be prepared to work effectively in a small team as well as independently to complete top quality work in various District facilities. Experience and training institutional facilities is a bonus!

The Surrey School District prides itself on providing our facilities staff with excellent work-life balance. These plumbing positions work afternoon shifts 3pm-10:30pm, Monday to Friday only.

The successful applicant will have access to top-quality tools and equipment, a well-maintained fleet of vehicles and the beautiful District Facilities Centre located in the heart of Surrey.

Applicants must have:

  • A valid Class 5 BC Driver’s license;
  • Interprovincial trades qualification (TQ) in plumbing with a Red Seal endorsement;
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a variety of plumbing work;
  • Sufficient physical strength and health to perform the duties of the position are required;

These are unionized positions that offer an hourly wage rate of $31.91 plus a liberal benefit package including pension, health, vacation and sick benefits.

Interested and qualified applicants should apply on-line at www.makeafuture.ca. This competition will remain open until positions are filled.

The successful applicant is required to consent to a Criminal Record Search prior to employment. Only applicants selected for interviews are contacted


 

Download [ Tradesperson - Plumber position - pdf ]

Structural Maintenance Department

Four Temporary, Full-time AFG* CUPE positions available

*Annual Facilities Grant term positions are effective July 1st to June 30th with the potential for annual renewal and the opportunity to apply for a continuing, full-time electrical position. The start date for these AFG positions is July 1, 2019.

Spread across one of the largest and fastest-growing cities in British Columbia, Surrey Schools is the city's biggest employer. Located on Canada's spectacular West Coast and nestled in the southwest corner of Green Timbers Urban Forest, we are just 30 minutes southeast of the city of Vancouver. Surrey Schools is the largest and fastest growing public school district in BC, and with 140 sites across 316km2, most of our staff are able to work close to home. The Surrey School District team of approximately 10,000 employees works tirelessly every day to ensure that children are getting the best start they can, providing the preparation to be our leaders of tomorrow.

Due to growth the Surrey School District is seeking to fill new positions with our Plumbing team!

Reporting to the Manager of Structural Maintenance within the Facilities Division, the Plumber Tradesperson is responsible for a variety of projects including renovations, repairs and new installations in over 140 school district sites and offices. The successful applicant must be a team-player ready to be part of a cohesive, effective team of professionals in this busy department of roofers, plumbers and carpenters who hold great pride in their work. The department requires applicants to be prepared to work effectively in a small team as well as independently to complete top quality work in various District facilities. Experience and training institutional facilities is a bonus!

The Surrey School District prides itself on providing our facilities staff with excellent work-life balance. These plumbing positions work afternoon shifts 3:00 pm-10:30 pm, Monday to Friday only. The successful applicant will have access to top-quality tools and equipment, a wellmaintained fleet of vehicles and the beautiful District Facilities Centre located in the heart of Surrey.

  • Applicants must have: A valid Class 5 BC Driver’s license;
  • Interprovincial trades qualification (TQ) in plumbing with a Red Seal endorsement;
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a variety of plumbing work;
  • Sufficient physical strength and health to perform the duties of the position are required;
  • Class B Gasfitter License
  • Sprinkler Fitter Journeyman Certificate an asset
  • Cross Connection Control Certificate an asset

These are unionized positions that offer an hourly wage rate of $31.91 plus a liberal benefit package including pension, health, vacation and sick benefits.

Interested and qualified applicants should apply on-line at http://bit.ly/2V9reZB.

Please quote competition #1028-19. This competition will remain open until positions are filled.

Note: The successful applicant is required to consent to a Criminal Record Search prior to employment. Only applicants selected for interviews are contacted.


 

Download [ Labourer position - pdf ]

We are currently accepting applications for a Labourer II (Temp)

Job Summary
Under the general supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor or Designate, performs a variety of manual duties, some requiring specific skills and/or expertise, related to the construction, alteration
and maintenance of grounds, buildings and equipment.

Duties

  1. Performs manual grounds maintenance duties such as raking and cutting grass (may use a small riding mower), digging and backfilling and shoveling and levelling earth, sand, gravel, blacktop, concrete and snow.
  2. Performs manual duties associated with framing, sheeting, roofing and other building maintenance procedures.
  3. Assists other employees as required.
  4. Ensures necessary equipment and materials are available for projects that are to be carried out.
  5. Operates and services light duty equipment and/or tools including an assortment of basic hand tools.
  6. May on occasion be required to perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Grade 10 education or the equivalent
  • A minimum of one-year related experience
  • Must possess and maintain a valid B.C. Class 5 Driver's License
  •  Physical capability to perform the job duties

Ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions
Competent in the use and care of tools and equipment common to this work

How to apply
Applications should include a cover letter, a detailed personal résumé including related training and experience, contact information for three references from supervisors and any other relevant supporting documentation. Please apply on line at http://bit.ly/2UT5gLl

Please create a profile on “Make a Future.ca” and submit your application to the job posting by clicking the “APPLY” button.

Please note: Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools thanks all applicants for their interest in working with us, however, only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.

If you have questions or require assistance with this application process, please contact the Customer care department at MakeAFuture at 1 866 806 6851 or applicant [AT] makeafuture [DOT] ca


 

 

Download [ Director of Facilities & Ancillary Services position - pdf ]

Coast Mountain College
Location: Terrace, BC

Coast Mountain College (previously Northwest Community College (NWCC)) is an accredited post-secondary institution that serves the rich and diverse communities and learners of BC’s beautiful northwest region. It aims to be the college of choice for experiential, place-based learning allowing students to learn both in the classroom and in the spectacular outdoor spaces that are so unique to this part of Canada.

Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate Services, the Director of Facilities & Ancillary Services will lead the short- and long-term planning and development for facilities while actively seeking business development opportunities to address changes in enrollment, physical plant inventory requirements, preventative maintenance programs, and energy efficiency initiatives. While providing direction to management to ensure the efficient and effective operation and maintenance of facilities, grounds and equipment, as the leader of the Facilities and Ancillary Services department, they will promote on-going professional development and transition planning within the department.

The ideal candidate brings senior management experience from a unionized, public sector organization with a large, operational component, and a portfolio that includes building and grounds maintenance, renovations, inventory control and facilities planning. They will be able to think strategically and conceptualize the nature and evolution of the College’s physical assets. A strong, positive, motivating team leader who has the ability to lead a team in the achievement of project goals.

This position is based in Terrace, BC, with some travel required to Coast Mountain College’s other main campuses in Prince Rupert, Smithers, and Hazelton.

To explore this exciting opportunity further, please respond to Nancy Payne at 604-602-2560 or npayne [AT] boyden [DOT] com