Job: Recreation Arena/Parks Operator 1 - Town of Rocky Mountain House
Town of Rocky Mountain House
Recreation Arena/Parks Operator 1
Open the door to opportunities with this new full-time position working for a stable employer in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
Recreation Arena/Parks Operator performs a wide variety of tasks working at the arena during the winter and outside with parks for the remainder of the year. Duties include customer service, safety, maintenance and custodial tasks while at the arena and parks area maintenance in the summer.
Working 40 hours per week the Arena/Parks Operator interacts closely with their customers while providing a professional service to the surrounding community. The successful applicant will be expected to have a positive attitude, be versatile in their knowledge and skills and enjoy working with the public. Maintaining the outdoor areas and operation at a professional level, the successful applicant will be on the leading edge of growing career opportunities.
Wage range for this full-time position is $26.10 – $30.21. Benefits are included along with shift differential, paid vacation and training. Hours of work include night shifts, weekends and some holidays during the winter and weekdays during the summer.
- A valid Alberta class 5 driver’s license, and a driver’s abstract are required.
- Criminal Record Check with a “Vulnerable Sector Check” is a condition of employment.
- “Criminal Check” is a condition of employment.
- 3 Work related references must be provided on request and are a condition of employment.
- Previous arena experience is preferred.
- Alberta Recreation Facility Personal Association courses such as Arena Operator 1 would be an asset.
$26.10 – $30.21/hr
May 31, 2019
Forward your resume, including qualifications, experience and references to:
Director Recreation and Community Services
Rocky Mountain House
AB. T4T 1B2
This posting will remain open until May 31,2019
Please note that only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Completeness and accuracy of submissions is important.