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Download [ Capital Projects Coordinator position - pdf ]

Under the direction of the Director of Facilities, or designate, coordinates the planning, design, tendering, construction supervision, commissioning, and warranty of assigned
capital construction projects, and liaises with the Ministry and the various regulatory agencies regarding assigned projects.

Job Duties

The Capital Projects Coordinator provides a coordinated and integrated array of support services that include:

Acts as Owner's Representative for the purpose of inspecting/approving work to ensure contract compliance and workmanship quality, monitoring the ongoing appropriateness of contact documents and issuing contemplated change orders, reviewing change orders for appropriateness of content and cost/credit, etc.

  • Coordinates School Based Building Committees and attends District Building Committee meetings regarding the planning, design, and construction of assigned projects, and advises committees regarding budget, scope of work, and Ministry and District policies and standards.
  • Liaises with architects, consultants, and district staff regarding the design and construction of assigned projects.
  • Monitors, maintains records of, and assures accuracy of all financial transactions regarding assigned projects.
  • Liaises with the Ministry and regulatory agencies, and prepares and submits required documents/reports regarding assigned projects.
  • Administers contracts and agreements arising out of assigned projects.
  • Prepares monthly reports for the Building Committee and the Business Committee regarding assigned projects.
  • Prepares and makes presentations to the Board of Trustees as required.
  • Liaises with maintenance staff and coordinates district work and/or Board managed projects related to assigned projects.
  • Reviews contract documents and makes recommendations to the Director.
  • Assists the Director in the preparation of the Capital Plan.
  • Attends community, school and district meetings as required.
  • May on occasion be required to perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • High school graduation or equivalent.
  • Technologist or Technician certification in a related field, with a minimum of five (5) years experience in construction, and a minimum of three (3) years experience in project management - or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Good analytical and logical problem solving ability.
  • Good computer skills - (word processor, spreadsheet, etc.)
  • Valid BC driver's license.

How to apply:

Please apply via www.makeafuture.ca/nanaimo-ladysmith

Please note to submit your application to the actual job posting you must click onto the job posting, then click the “APPLY” button.


 

Download [ Tradesperson Class B Gas Fitter/HVAC Technician position - pdf ]

Mechanical Maintenance Department

Reporting to the Foreman of the Mechanical Department, the successful applicant will be responsible for the repair and scheduled maintenance of building heating and ventilating
equipment.

The successful candidate will possess the following minimum requirements:

  • Class “B” Gas Ticket with electrical endorsement (EE)
  • Valid BC Driver’s License

Assets to the position include an “A” Gas Ticket, Plumbing TQ and/or trade qualification [BCTQ] as a Refrigeration Mechanic.

Applicants will have demonstrable computer skills and familiarity working with direct digital controls and computerized maintenance management systems. Individuals must list those
systems with which they have worked on in their letter of application.

This is a union position that offers an hourly wage rate $31.06/hr, plus a liberal benefit package that includes a pension plan, health, vacation and sick benefits.

Qualified and interested applicants can apply online at www.makeafuture.ca/surrey or forward their application, cover letter, resume and references, quoting competition number, no later than 4:00pm on July 28, 2017 to:

Competition #: HVAC:880:17
Human Resources Department
School District No. 36 (Surrey)
14033 92nd Avenue
Surrey, BC V3V 0B7

NOTE: The successful applicant will be required to consent to a Criminal Record Search prior to employment. Only those applicants selected for interviews are contacted.


 

Download [ Tradesperson Class “A” Gas Fitter position - pdf ]

Reporting to the Foreman of the HVAC/Mechanical group, working out of the District Facilities Centre, the successful applicant will be responsible for the repair and scheduled maintenance of building heating and ventilating equipment.

The ideal applicant will have demonstrable computer skills and familiarity working with direct digital controls and computerized maintenance management systems. Individuals
should list those systems with which they have worked in their letter of application.

Qualifications:

Certification as a Class “A” Gasfitter, valid BC Driver’s License, 5 years related experience. Familiarity or a specific qualification with respect to refrigeration systems is
desirable.

This is a union position that offers an hourly wage rate of $31.06/hr, plus a liberal benefit package that includes health, vacation and sick benefits.

Qualified and interested applicants can apply online at www.makeafuture.ca/surrey or forward their application, cover letter, resume, references and supporting documentation, quoting competition number, no later than 4:00pm on July 28, 2017 to:

Competition #:GAS:881:17
Human Resources Department
School District No. 36 (Surrey)
14225 56th Avenue
Surrey, BC V3X 3A3

NOTE: Faxed résumés will not be accepted. The successful applicant will be required to consent to a Criminal Record Search prior to employment. Only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. To all others, thank you for your interest.


 

Download [ Carpenter position - pdf ]

Posting #: C1718 033
Location: Physical Plant
Hours per Week: 40
Status: Continuing
Start Date: As soon as possible
Deadline for applications: August 25, 2017@ 4:00pm
Pay Rate: $28.40 per hour

District Overview
Driven by our desire to help students thrive in their academic and personal lives, the Saanich School District provides quality educational programs and a safe and nurturing learning environment for the over 7,000 culturally diverse students within its 18 schools. Serving the Saanich Peninsula located just north of Victoria, BC, the district has one of the highest graduation rates in the province and a student body that consistently scores well on annual assessment tests, thanks in large part to the dedication and efforts of our 900 teaching and support staff.

Job Description

CLASSIFICATION: Physical Plant
POSITION: Trades Maintenance (Carpentry, Electronics and Painting)

SUMMARY
Under direction of the Maintenance Supervisor, performs skilled work in accordance with the appropriate designation as specified below involving the maintenance, repair, installation, and construction of structures, fixtures and equipment throughout the school district.
Saanich School District has a limited maintenance compliment and it will be required that Trades Maintenance employees perform work in cross-classification assignments as directed.

DUTIES
General

  • Plans projects, designs and determines material requirements
  • Operates computer based systems
  • Reads and interprets drawings and specifications
  • Provides estimates and advice on projects and keep records to track costs; orders material and equipment required for projects
  • Researches, orders, receives and inventories related supplies and equipment
  • Maintains tools and equipment in a safe and serviceable manner
  • Operates and is responsible for school district vehicles and power tools
  • Reports on work in progress
  • Performs emergency call-in maintenance duties outside of assigned hours as required
  • Supervises General Maintenance employees on a periodic basis
  • Liaises with employees, contractors, regulatory agencies and other trades as required

* Performs other assigned duties that are within the area of knowledge and skills required by the job description.

Carpentry

  • Designs, constructs, repairs, modifies, installs, services, maintains and dismantles structures, furnishings and equipment
  • Performs other duties as related to concrete laying, dry walling and floor covering, locksmithing, glass replacement and millwork
  • Maintains detailed records for Locksmithing
  • Performs layout, assembly and installation of woodwork projects
  • Inspects gym equipment regularly
  • Responds to emergency situations
  • Performs locker maintenance such as straightening or replacing doors

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Grade 12
  • Relevant trades ticket
  • Four years’ experience in a related trade
  • Valid B.C. Class 5 Driver’s License
  • Thorough knowledge of applicable codes and regulations (e.g. Building, WCB, WHMIS regulations)
  • Valid licence(s) or ticket(s) required for trades designation (e.g. Gas Ticket, Oil Burner certification, Contractor's Licence, Vehicle Inspector Card, etc.)
  • Knowledge of computer hardware and software

* Or equivalent combination of training and experience

DESIRABLE SKILLS

Demonstrated effective, interpersonal and communication skills

To Apply

To apply, please submit an your resume to We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.


 

Download [ Industrial Education Millwright / Industrial Mechanic position - pdf ]

The Greater Victoria School District provides public educational services to over 20,000 students in the Greater Victoria Area, encompassing six municipalities. To provide this service, the District
has a current operating budget of $184 million and employs approximately 3,000 staff; which includes, teachers, principals and vice-principals, support staff, psychologists, speech and language pathologists and exempt managerial staff.

The Industrial Education Millwright / Industrial Mechanic is responsible for inspecting, maintaining and repairing all power tools and equipment used in the delivery of educational programs throughout the Greater Victoria School District.

The successful candidate must:

  • possess a valid BC driver’s license and be able to drive School Board vehicles as assigned
  • hold a Millwright (Industrial Mechanic) Red Seal Trade Certification or a recognized trade certification in a related field as issued or recognized by the province of BC that requires proficiency working according to very precise specifications, operating and maintaining precision metal cutting and grinding machines such as lathes, planers, milling machines, saws, drills, shapers, shop ventilation systems, boring mills and grinders
  • have demonstrated ability to read and interpret engineered drawings, blueprints, maintenance instructions and procedure manuals
  • have working knowledge of digital technology, including email, online databases and facilities management software used by School District #61
  • maintain a cooperative working relationship with other workers, administrators, supervisors, teaching staff, students and the public
  • be physically able to perform all duties as noted in the Job Description

This position falls within the CUPE Local 382 bargaining unit at a salary of $29.97 per hour. For a detailed job description, please click here.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, proof of Trades qualification and reference to:
Human Resource Services
Greater Victoria School District No. 61
556 Boleskine Road, Victoria, BC V8Z 1E8
or
Fax: 250-475-4113 / Email:

Deadline for submissions: 4:00 pm, Monday, July 31, 2017

Please note: The District thanks all applicants but only those selected for interview will be contacted.


 

Download [ Access and Security Technician - Locksmith position - pdf ]

The Greater Victoria School District provides public educational services to over 20,000 students in the Greater Victoria Area, encompassing six municipalities. To provide this service, the District has a current operating budget of $184 million and employs approximately 3,000 staff; which includes, teachers, principals and vice-principals, support staff, psychologists, speech and language pathologists and exempt managerial staff.

The Technician maintains, repairs and replaces keyed security systems and locking devises for doors, cabinets, safes, vehicles and District padlocks.

The successful candidate must:

  • possess a valid BC driver’s license and be able to drive School Board vehicles as assigned;
  • possess a valid Red Seal Locksmith or Security System Technician Certificate or equivalent trade qualification as issued or recognized by the Province of BC
  • attain a Low Voltage Electrical Certification within one year of being awarded the position
  • have a minimum of four (4) years locksmith experience
  • have working knowledge of digital technology, including email, online databases and facilities management software used by School District #61
  • maintain a cooperative working relationship with other workers, administrators, supervisors, teaching staff, students and the public
  • be physically able to perform all duties as noted in the Job Description.

This position falls within the CUPE Local 382 bargaining unit at a salary of $29.13 per hour. For a detailed job description, please click here.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, proof of Trades qualification and reference to:
Human Resource Services
Greater Victoria School District No. 61
556 Boleskine Road, Victoria, BC V8Z 1E8
or
Fax: 250-475-4113 / Email:

Deadline for submissions: 4:00 pm, Monday, July 31, 2017

Please note: The District thanks all applicants but only those selected for interview will be contacted.


 

Download [ Roofer position - pdf ]

The Greater Victoria School District provides public educational services to over 20,000 students in the Greater Victoria Area, encompassing six municipalities. To provide this service, the District
has a current operating budget of $184 million and employs approximately 3,000 staff; which includes, teachers, principals and vice-principals, support staff, psychologists, speech and
language pathologists and exempt managerial staff.

The Roofer maintains School District roofs, drains, gutters, downspouts to a level and in a manner required by the School District.

The successful candidate must:

  • have grade 12 certificate of an equivalent combination or education, training and experience
  • possess a valid BC driver’s license and be able to drive School Board vehicles as assigned
  • possess a Red Seal trade qualification as a Roofer as issued or recognized by the Province of BC
  • have demonstrated ability to read and interpret engineered drawings, blueprints, maintenance instructions and procedure manuals
  • have a minimum of four (4) years demonstrated work experience in a related field, including installation, repair, maintenance and condition assessment/reporting of commercial/institutional roofing systems
  • be able to use aerial lifting devices such as genie lifts, scissor lifts and bucket trucks
  • have working knowledge of digital technology, including email, online databases and facilities management software used by School District #61
  • maintain a cooperative working relationship with other workers, administrators, supervisors, teaching staff, students and the public
  • be physically able to perform all duties as noted in the Job Description, including the ability to work at heights.

This position falls within the CUPE Local 382 bargaining unit at a salary of $29.97 per hour. For a detailed job description, please click here.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, proof of Trades qualification and reference to:
Human Resource Services
Greater Victoria School District No. 61
556 Boleskine Road, Victoria, BC V8Z 1E8
or
Fax: 250-475-4113 / Email:

Deadline for submissions: 4:00 pm, Monday, July 31, 2017

Please note: The District thanks all applicants but only those selected for interview will be contacted.

For more jobs with SD61, please visit www.makeafuture.ca/greater-victoria


 

Download [ Painters (Temporary) position - pdf ]

We are currently accepting resumes for Trade Qualified Painters. Successful applicants will have proven initiative, ability to work independently and good interpersonal skills required to interact with students, teaching staff, co-workers and the general public.

Salary: $29.13 per hour plus allowances and 11% in lieu of benefits.

Hours: 7:00 am to 3:30 pm, Monday to Friday.

Term: 6 months, with the possibility of extension.

This position falls within the CUPE 382 bargaining unit. For a detailed job description, please click here.

Please submit letter of introduction, résumé, and proof of Trade Qualification and references to:

Human Resource Services
Greater Victoria School District #61
556 Boleskine Road
Victoria, B.C. V8Z 1E8

or

or

250-475-4113 (fax)

School District 61 thanks all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for interview will be contacted.