Home Job Board Recreation Facilities Foreman
Posted Date: January 12, 2023
Closing Date: January 30, 2023
|Contact||Town of Inuvik, Paul Watters, Human Resources Officer|
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
The Recreation Facilities Foreman is responsible for the management and maintenance of all Town building and facility assets to ensure that residents receive effective and appropriate services.
Reporting to the Director of Community Services, the Recreation Facilities Foreman will oversee all day-to-day maintenance and custodial operations of the Midnight Sun Complex (MSC), the Library, the Town Hall, outdoor parks, playgrounds, sports fields, tennis courts, the summer maintenance program for trails, and the cemetery. The Recreation Facilities Foreman will ensure that all operations and maintenance are conducted in a respectful and responsible way, ensuring that all decisions and actions comply with the relevant legislation, policies, and procedures.
The Recreation Facilities Foreman supervises and leads maintenance staff in an effective and sensitive manner and ensure the level of morale is maintained and that the facility is maintained in a safe and secure manner.
The delivery of recreational services is vital to the safety and health of the community. Providing adequate services will enhance the safety, health, and well-being of the community.
1. Manage the day-to-day maintenance, cleaning and plant operation of the Midnight Sun Complex, the Town Hall, the Centennial Library, trails, and all outdoor Parks and Playgrounds in addition to the Town Cemetery by:
2. Supervise Municipal Services Staff to ensure a positive and healthy work environment by:
3. Assist in the general administration of the Midnight Sun Complex by:
4. Maintain all facilities, vehicles, and equipment by:
5. Perform other duties as required that are directly related to major job functions
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
The Facilities Foreman must have detailed knowledge of the following areas:
The Facilities Foreman should have demonstrated skill in the following areas:
The incumbent must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:
The incumbent must:
The Recreation Facilities Foreman would normally attain the required knowledge, skills, and abilities through completion of the Recreation Facility Operator Program combined with related experience. Equivalencies will be considered.
The Recreation Facilities Foreman has a physically strenuous and demanding job. He/she will be lifting, pulling, and managing heavy equipment and objects. The Supervisor will have to work in all weather and must be prepared for both extreme heat and cold. As the Supervisor is handling potentially dangerous materials, he/she must ensure that all activities are completed in a safe and efficient way to eliminate the possibility of contamination and infection of themselves or others.
The Recreation Facilities Foreman must work outside in all different weather conditions including extreme cold and extreme heat. The Recreation Facilities Foreman is constantly exposed to unpleasant sights and smells. He/she may at times be exposed to dangerous and/or toxic substances and must take necessary precautions to protect eyes, nose and skin from irritation and infection. He/she may have to work odd or long hours at a time to complete special requests or projects or to participate in or coordinate evening and off-hour activities
The situations and programs may be noisy and busy making it difficult for the Operator to concentrate. The Recreation Facilities Foreman will be expected to use cleaning materials and be in contact with chemicals that may cause irritation to the skin.
The Recreation Facilities Foreman must work independently and is expected to maintain a schedule of operation for the facility users. Any problems or inconveniences may result in increased stress to complete tasks in a limited time. Stress is caused by the requirement to supervise and direct others. The Supervisor must be sensitive to the culture of employees and residents.
The successful candidate will be required to:
Preference will be given to those candidates that have:
Although not a requirement, possession of Pool Operator l or II Certificates is an asset.
Equivalencies recognizing related education and experience may be considered.
The current salary range is $ 36.56 to $48.11 per hour (approx. $76,048 to $100,076 per annum) with a Northern Allowance of $7.34 per hour (approximately $ 15,279 per annum).
Please refer to the position description for more details regarding expectations and responsibilities. A job description is available at the Town Office upon request. For more information, contact Paul Watters, Human Resources Officer.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to:
Paul Watters, Human Resources Officer
Phone: (867) 777-8603 Fax: (867) 777-8601 E-mail: email@example.com
Town of Inuvik • PO Box 1160 • 2 Firth Street • Inuvik, Northwest Territories • X0E 0T0
Phone: (867) 777-8600 • Fax: (867) 777-8601 •
The Alberta Recreation & Parks Association would like to acknowledge the First Nations, the Métis, and all of the people across Alberta who share a history and a deep connection with this land. We dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.