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Community Recreation & Events Centre (Curling Rink Build)

Employment Opportunities


BYLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
 
Qualifications/Skills Required:
 
·         Grade 12 or equivalent, or a 2-year diploma program from a post-secondary learning institution in Law Enforcement or a combination of education and experience
 
·         Valid Class 5 Alberta Driver’s license (drivers abstract to be submitted prior to employment)
 
·         Strong interpersonal skills
 
·         Articulate written and oral communication skills including public speaking
 
·         Willing to take additional training as required
 
·         Well organized and capable of working independently
 
·         Knowledge of municipal Bylaws and Alberta Statutes, Acts and Regulations including traffic enforcement
 
·         Maintain security clearance at the level of “Verifiable Reliability”
 
·         Basic Emergency Management and Incident Command System 100 certifications
 
·         Computer skills in MS-Office, Word, Excel are an asset.
 
Wage:  In accordance with CUPE, Local 927 Contract
 
Hours of Work: full time (40-hour week).  Occasional evenings and week-ends required.
 
For additional information or a copy of the job description please contact the Town Office at 403-627-3156.
 
Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume with a cover letter and references to legislative@pinchercreek.ca
 
This competition will remain open until the position is filled. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


 


BYLAW AND SAFETY COORDINATOR
 
Qualifications/Skills Required:
 
·         Grade 12 or equivalent, or a 2-year diploma program from a post-secondary learning institution in Law Enforcement or a combination of education and experience
 
·         Valid Class 5 Alberta Driver’s license (drivers abstract to be submitted prior to employment)
 
·         Strong interpersonal skills
 
·         Articulate written and oral communication skills including public speaking
 
·         Willing to take additional training as required
 
·         Well organized and capable of working independently
 
·         Knowledge of municipal Bylaws and Alberta Statutes, Acts and Regulations including traffic enforcement
 
·         Maintain security clearance at the level of “Verifiable Reliability”
 
·         AHMSA Certification in Leadership for Safety Excellence 
 
·         Municipal Health and Safety training and certification
 
·         Basic Emergency Management and Incident Command System 100 certifications
 
·         Ability to establish a pro-active community response program
 
·         Computer skills in MS-Office, Word, Excel are an asset.
 
Wage:  In accordance with CUPE, Local 927 Contract
 
Hours of Work: full time (35-hour week).  Occasional evenings and week-ends required.
 
For additional information or a copy of the job description please contact the Town Office at 403-627-3156.
 
Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume with a cover letter and references to
legislative@pinchercreek.ca
 
This competition will remain open until the position is filled and will be advertised at the completion of five (5) days if required. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
 

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Lifeguards/Instructors

Pincher Creek Swimming Pool
Casual, Part-time, Full-time 
 

The Town of Pincher Creek will accept applications for Lifeguard/Instructors for work at the Pincher Creek Swimming Pool on a casual, part-time and full-time basis. Hours of employment will vary depending on availability and schedule requirements; there will be daytime, evening and weekend shifts available. Employees will follow the guidelines set out in the Collective Agreement between the Town of Pincher Creek and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (C.U.P.E.) Local 927. Benefits are offered for part-time and full-time positions.
 
Minimum qualifications:
 
Current NLS, First Aid and CPR C, WHIMIS (or willingness to obtain).LSI and AWSI/WSI is an asset as well as related aquatic, safety or coaching courses. 
 
For more information or to apply contact:
 
Adam Grose, Recreation Manager
Town of Pincher Creek

Box 159
Pincher Creek, Alberta TOK 1WO
E-mail: recmanager@pinchercreek.ca
Phone: 403-627-4322 
 
Deadline: Competition will remain open until suitable candidates are found.  We would like to thank all candidates who submitted their resume, however,  only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

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2023 Property Assessment Notices
March 23, 2023
New Process for Property Assessments
In the past, the Town of Pincher Creek has issued a “Combined Property Assessment and Tax Notice.” This meant that the property owner was notified of their assessment for the year at the same time they were notified of the amount of taxes owed. The new process for 2023 will be that the property owner will receive a Property Assessment Notice separate from the Property Tax Notice.
Community Recreation & Events Centre (Curling Rink Build)
March 22, 2023
At the February 13th Council Meeting the following four motions were passed in relation to a curling rink build. 
Public Open House
February 1, 2023
Council will be sharing some updates with our community. All are welcome to attend.
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