Employment Opportunities

Early Learning and Care Director/Centre Director 
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Community Peace Officer

Qualifications/Skills Required:

• A minimum of the requirements and qualifications as outlined in the Alberta Public Security Peace Officer Program for a Community Peace Officer Level 1.
• A valid Class 5 Alberta driver’s license.
• 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.
• Successfully completed grade 12 or an equivalent qualification, or a 2-year diploma program from a post-secondary learning institution in Law Enforcement or a combination of education and experience.
• Full mobility, the completion of the PARE physical abilities testing (or equivalent) good physical fitness level.
• Knowledge of municipal bylaws and Alberta Statutes, Acts and Regulations including traffic enforcement.
• Computer skills in MS-Office, Word and Excel are an asset.
• Interpret, investigate and enforce Alberta Statutes and regulations where designated to do so and establish a pro-active community response program.
• Interpret and enforce all Town of Pincher Creek bylaws.
• Conduct patrols within Town limits and take enforcement or required action on complaints and or traffic control.
• Other duties as assigned including but not limited to; occupational health and safety audits and inspection coordination between departments and management of Town health safety program as required.
• 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:
Town of Pincher Creek Box 159, Pincher Creek, Alberta T0K 1W0 or via E-mail: 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.

Community Services Director

The Town of Pincher Creek has an exciting opportunity for a highly qualified individual to take on a leadership role for Community Services. This position reports directly to the Town’s Chief Administrative Officer and will assume complete responsibility for policies, procedures and operational objectives of the Community Services Department. This individual is responsible for the operational and capital budgets of all department functions.
The ideal candidate will be a dedicated recreational professional with a successful track record in a municipal management role. He or she will possess excellent management skills including communication skills, human resource skills, report writing and working with volunteers and community groups. A high level of political and corporate knowledge is required, with the ability to relate to employees, government including Town Council, and the public. The candidate must be conscious of public opinion within the community and be able to respond appropriately to controversial issues.
The candidate will have a degree in Recreation or related to Public Administration and Community Development. Preference will be given to someone with municipal experience in a management capacity. The Town of Pincher Creek fosters a team environment, recognizing the strengths of others.
Compensation is based on a 35 hour work week, including benefits and pension plan.  Evening and weekend work is required. Salary range, based on experience and education: $80,000 - $97,000
A detailed job description including specific qualifications can be viewed here. Resumes will be received until July 15th, 2018 or until our ideal candidate has been selected.
Submit resumes to: Chief Administrative Officer
                                P.O. Box 159
                                Pincher Creek, Alberta
                                T0K 1W0
                                Email: cao@pinchercreek.ca


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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Public Notices

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Children's Festival
August 17, 2018
Children's Festival | August 17 | 6 p.m. | Central Park 
Voluntary Water Restriction Now in Effect
August 10, 2018
A voluntary water restriction is now in effect for the Town of Pincher Creek 
Fire Update MD of Pincher Creek
August 2, 2018
There are currently no active forest fires in the Town of Pincher Creek, please refer to MD of Pincher Creek for information. 
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