St. Clements Heritage Interpreter Summer Student Job
Application code: 0006617-2018-ÉPHO-NTC-1
Program: Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations
Delivery organization: National Trust for Canada
Location: Grand Marais, Manitoba
Hourly wage: $14.00
Heritage Interpreter for East Beaches Heritage Exhibit located in the Grand Marais Community Central Building at Grand Marais, Manitoba. Please see the website at: rmofstclements.com
Summer position from May 7th – September 1st, 2018.
Hourly wage: $14.00 per hour
Employer: RM of St. Clements and the Grand Marais Heritage Committee
Duties: To provide an interpretative explanation of the East Beaches Heritage Exhibit to visitors during the summer period. This would require becoming familiar with the content of the exhibit and the creative technology used to display the heritage information. The student would be required to ensure cleanliness and efficient operation of the exhibit and to be able to work effectively with the local committee and other team members.
Shift work may be required as the facility is open seven days per week.
In addition, one day per week to be at the RM of St Clements office working on Heritage Web site upgrades.
Student must be 16-30 years of age, full time student during the preceding academic semester and intends on returning to school next semester. Be knowledgeable of most common computer software and some web site experience
Applications can be made to: RM of St. Clements Heritage Committee, Box 2 Grp 35 RR 1, East Selkirk, Manitoba R0E 0M0 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org..
Application can also be sent to: Luise Avery, Grand Marais Heritage Committee at email@example.com. For further information phone – (204) 754-8109
Application deadline: April 27th, 2018.
Director of Protective Services
The R.M. of St. Clements is seeking a half time permanent Director of Protective Services to take on the challenge of overseeing and coordinating all aspects of Fire, Emergency, By-Law and Animal Control service delivery provided by the Municipality.
The Director oversees the coordination and administration of the department on an ongoing basis including planning, organizing, staffing, leading, controlling, and reporting on all departmental activities.
As the Director of Protective Services you will;
|· Oversee the operations of three Fire Halls with 75 on-call fire fighters|
|· Liaise between the public and various contractors that provide the municipality services pertaining to by-law enforcement and animal control
· Draft by-laws and policies as required
|· Manage departmental activities through the planning, approval, execution, and review stages|
|· Prepare information for CAO, Council, and Committees as requested|
|· Procure goods and services as required according to purchasing policy and internal control procedures|
|· Identify and recommend opportunities, and strategies for department and service development|
|· Remain current on other municipal models and provincial/federal, or other sources of potential funding, development strategies, legislation, regulations, programs or impacts|
As the ideal candidate you offer;
- Leadership experience in emergency response, fire, or police protective services
- Certification in Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, or First Responder fields would be an asset
- 3 to 5 years supervisory experience in a professional field
- A post-secondary education or an equivalent combination of applied skills and experience
- Competence in Microsoft Office, email, and internet applications
- A ‘can do’ attitude with excellent time management and team leadership skills
A complete job description can be obtained upon request. For more information please contact the undersigned directly via email. Interested applicants are to provide a professional resume to D.J. Sigmundson, Chief Administrative Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions will be reviewed as early as May 11, 2018, however, the posting will remain open until a suitable candidate is located.
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