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Career Opportunities

Recreation & Parks Operator (F/T)

The Town of Innisfail is seeking an energetic and reliable individual for the position of Facility Operator. This is a full-time permanent position with the Recreation & Parks operations of the Community Services Department.   

Functions: 

  • Operate and maintain indoor recreation facilities (including custodial duties) – primarily Arena.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance in town parks/green spaces, and walking trails
  • Operate mechanized equipment of moderate complexity.
  • Liaise with members of the public and organizations.
  • Perform and support event/program set-up and teardown in various facilities.
  • Complete other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License is required.
  • First Aid/CPR/AED certification would be an asset
  • AARFP Arena Operator Level 1 and Sports Field Operator Level 1 certificates would be beneficial.
  • Reliable with a strong work ethic and a willingness to make a difference.
  • Ability to communicate tactfully with facility patrons and general public.
  • Ability to work in a team setting or independently unsupervised.
  • Previous work experience and/or formal training in a municipal recreation & parks environment (including custodial services), and customer service would be an asset.

Hours of Work:  Hours of work are generally 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, however during the ice skating season (mid-September through March), hours of work will involve rotating shift work (including early mornings, late evenings, weekends, and statutory holidays) up to a total of 80 hours every two week pay period.   

Hourly Wage:  $19.60 - $22.28 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications, in accordance with the Town of Innisfail Personnel Policy

Applications:  Individuals interested in this position are invited to submit a cover letter and resume to the address below on or before 4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 26th, 2016. 

Town of Innisfail
Attention:  Director of Community Services
4943–53 Street
Innisfail, Alberta T4G 1A1
                 

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Municipal Planning Commission

Community Members Needed!

Do you have an interest in planning and development and how your community will look in the future? If so, you might consider joining the Town Innisfail's Municipal Planning Commission (MPC). Consisting of three members of Town Council, and two members of the community, MPC considers all development permit applications for discretionary uses and any other development applications referred to it by the Development Officer.  The MPC meets as required, typically on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of month, at 3:00 p.m. 

Applicants must reside in the Town of Innisfail.

Application forms are available on the Town’s website www.innisfail.ca  Please submit a letter of interest detailing reasons for interest on the board and what qualities you bring to the position.  Experience and contributions in the community as well as an understanding of the delivery of municipal planning will be considered. 

For more information contact:
Town of Innisfail
4943 – 53 Street
Innisfail, AB  T4G 1A1

Phone:  403.227.3376
Email:  townhall@innisfail.ca

FCSS Advisory Board - Volunteer Opportunity

Do you have an interest in preventative social services which enhance the quality of life for Innisfail residents? If so, you might consider joining the FCSS (Family Community Support Services) Advisory Board.  Consisting of one member of Town Council, and five citizens-at-large, the FCSS Advisory Board meets four times per year.

Duties and responsibilities of the Board are as follows:

  1. Submit annually to Council for approval a program plan and budget for Provincial FCSS Grant monies and municipal contributions and administer the applications as approved.
  2. Advise and make recommendations to Council on the allocation of grants and funds in accordance with the Alberta Provincial FCSS Act and Regulation to eligible non-profit organizations providing preventative social programs and services.
  3. Promote a co-operative spirit throughout the Town to encourage the sharing of all available resources towards the provision of preventative social services opportunities for everyone in the Town.
  4. Monitor and review operating policies and procedures and make recommendations to Council regarding the creation and implementation of bylaws, policies and procedures relating to preventative social services matters.
  5. Advise and make recommendations to Council regarding the completion of a Community Social Needs Assessment outlining development of FCSS programs and resources.
  6. Work together with Council annually to set priorities for services and projects that fall within the mandate of FCSS.
  7. Support Council and/or designate in preparing an Annual Report to Council for the preceding year based upon the Financial Statement for the year.

Applicants must reside in the Town of Innisfail.

Please submit a letter of interest detailing reasons for interest on the board and what qualities you bring to the position.  Experience and contributions in the community as well as an understanding of the delivery of preventative social services will be considered.

Deadline for applications is Friday, October 14, 2016.

For more information contact:

Karen Bradbury
Community & Social Development Coordinator
Town of Innisfail
4943 – 53 Street
Innisfail, AB  T4G 1A1
                                                           
Phone:  403.227.3376

Nomination Committee Members - Volunteer Opportunity

Committee Opportunity

The purpose of the Awards Nomination & Selection Committee, reporting to the Community Awards Committee, is to direct the submission, collection and selection of the awards nominations.  The sub-committee members will be responsible to inspire community organizations/individuals to submit nominations, ensure nominations are collected, and select three finalists in each of the nine (9) categories. The sub-committee members will also assist the Community Awards Committee in selecting the final award recipients. The annual Awards Gala, held this year on Friday, Oct 16 at the Innisfail Legion, is the event where these high achievers are honored and presented with an award.

Qualifications

The sub-committee will consist of five to seven members-at-large who should be outgoing, well connection in the community, and ideally come from multi-sectors of the community that relate to the following awards categories:

Duties

  • Approach and encourage local individuals and/or community groups to submit nominations.
  • Collect and review all nominations.
  • Gather additional information as required by the nomination process, i.e. bios, pictures, etc.
  • Select the top three (3) contenders in each category.
  • Assist the Community Awards Committee in selecting the final award recipient from each category.
  • Participate in post-event debriefing and evaluation process.

If this opportunity is of interest to you please contact:

Karen Bradbury
Community & Social Development Coordinator
Town of Innisfail
4943 53 Street
Innisfail, AB   T4G 1A1
karen.bradbury@innisfail.ca

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