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We are looking for people committed to public service who will enjoy delivering the services, programs and operating the facilities that make a difference in our community. 

Our staff are united in core values of:

  • Accountability
  • Communication 
  • Empathy
  • Professionalism 
  • Respect 
  • Teamwork

 We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to live and work.

Find current job openings below and apply to join our team!


       

ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGER

            

The Energy & Environment Manager (EEM) is focused on examining and adjusting municipal services to ensure they are providing the expected environmental benefits. The position leads energy management planning, tracking, and conservation and transition projects for the municipal organization. The EEM will also lead the municipality’s environmental efforts related to climate change adaptation and mitigation. 

Primary duties of this position are focused on energy management, Environment & Climate Change.      

Reporting to the Municipality of Jasper’s Director of Operations & Utilities, the Energy & Environment Manager position is a two-year contract with daily working hours flexible to meet the maximum of 18.75 hour per week. 

Working conditions for this position is requirement to work remotely with some time also spent in both municipal office and field environments. 

Further information regarding duties, responsibilities, desired knowledge, experience and education CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGER

The successful candidate will be required to submit a driver’s abstract and criminal record check. Housing may be available for the desired candidate. 

Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume by 4:00 p.m. March 4, 2024 to:

 

Ms. Martha Fleming

Human Resources Manager

Municipality of Jasper 

Via email: mfleming@jasper-alberta.ca (PDF Format only)

 

We thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

We at the Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values: 

Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork 

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join the Municipality of Jasper. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

 

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available:  Fleet Technician

Municipal department:  Operations

Status:  Full-Time Continuous

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $40.71 - $45.44 *Newly hired employees will be paid at the classified start rate*

Job posting #:  22.048

Hours of work:  40 hours per week

Days of work:  Monday to Friday

Deadline to apply:  Open until filled.

About the position:  

The primary role of this position is to perform and document preventative and corrective maintenance on the Municipality of Jasper’s vehicles and equipment as required.

The start date of this position is as soon as possible.

Work performed:  

  • Maintain a clean and safe worksite;
  • Perform preventative and corrective maintenance of all small engines; motorized and non-motorized equipment; light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles including Emergency Service Vehicles;
  • Ensure all vehicles are inspected and maintained in compliance with the Municipality of Jasper’s Fitness Safety Certificate and Safety and Maintenance Programs;
  • Diagnose faults or malfunctions using manuals, test equipment (i.e., Cummins Insight, Sauer-Danfoss).
  • Use online services (i.e., ShopKey Pro, Truck Series) to efficiently repair or replace defective parts, components or systems;
  • Order, purchase, receive, and track costs for parts and supplies as required, following the Municipality of Jasper’s purchasing policy and accounting procedures;
  • Maintain an inventory of common supplies, parts and components;
  • Effectively and safely operate all vehicles & mobile equipment owned and operated by the Municipality of Jasper;
  • Maintain digital and hard copy maintenance files on all vehicles and equipment;
  • Write service reports;
  • Interpret work orders and technical manuals;
  • Engage and participate in Municipality of Jasper safety policies and procedures;
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications & experience:  Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the following qualifications:

  • Heavy Equipment Technician with a minimum 3 years of experience;
  • CVIP Technician;
  • Class 3 Driver’s License with Airbrakes Endorsement;
  • WHMIS Certification;
  • Standard First Aid/CPR.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR FLEET TECHNICIAN

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to: mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available:  Early Childhood Educator- Out of School Care

Municipal department:  Community Development

Status: Part-Time, Term

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $19.65 - $25.44 **Starting wage dependent on successful candidates' level of certification**

Job posting #:  24.007

Hours of work:  Minimum 15 hours per week

Days of work:  To be determined

Deadline to apply:  Open until filled

About the position:  

The primary function of these positions is to create, prepare and deliver developmentally appropriate, interesting and imaginative activities for the children attending our program. The successful candidates will be able to meet the needs of each individual as well as the needs of the group in their daily practice. It is essential for the individuals to have excellent interpersonal skills and work effectively within a dynamic, innovative team environment. Experience and/or training working with children with diverse needs is an asset. In addition, these individuals will spend a lot of time outside and fulfill some light housekeeping duties. 

The start date of this positions is as soon as possible; with a projected end date of June 28, 2024.

Work performed: 

  • Program:  Ensure safety and welfare of each child; Plan and implement an early learning program to ensure high quality are of all children; Design and maintain a developmentally appropriate learning environment for children; Perform and be responsible for housekeeping tasks and all duties outlined in the daily shift requirements, ensuring facility cleanliness at all times.
  • Staff:  Promote and maintain harmonious relationships between childcare staff; Work cooperatively and effectively as a team member by communicating and contributing information on a continuous basis; Encourage participation of all staff in problem solving.
  • Administrative: Attend and participate in all staff meetings, team meetings, recommended training programs and other professional learning opportunities; Inspect facilities and equipment on a regular basis to ensure standards are met; Arrive to work on time, ready for your shift and continually check the schedule for shift information.
  • Parents & Community:  Initiate, establish and maintain a continuing positive and supportive relationship with parents; Explain the operation and functions of the childcare programs to parents, other educators and the community; promote a strong inclusive community at all times; respect community stakeholders and the facilities we use regularly.

Qualifications & experience:  

Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the following qualifications:

  • 18+ years of age;
  • Post-secondary education with a Level 1 –Early Childhood Educator certification from Alberta; or the ability to become certified within 6 months of beginning employment;
  • Valid Standard First Aid and CPR certification;
  • Favourable Criminal Record Check including Vulnerable Sector;
  • Program planning and implementation;
  • Excellent oral and written skills;
  • Demonstrated leadership ability;
  • Sound knowledge of child development;
  • Ability to work in a confidential environment;
  • Excellent team player;

Ability to relate well to children, parents, colleagues and community;

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ECE LEVEL I
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCTIPTION FOR ECE LEVEL II
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ECE LEVEL III

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available:  Community Peace Officer or Bylaw Enforcement Officer

Municipal department:  Protective & Legislative Services

Status: Full-Time Continuous

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $34.43 - $38.43/$32.02- $35.77 determined by candidates’ level of certification.

Job posting #:  24.009

Hours of work:  40 hours per week

Days of work:  To be determined.  Likely to include weekends and holidays.

Deadline to apply:  Open until filled

About the position:  

The primary purpose of this position is to enforce the Municipality of Jasper’s Bylaws and Provincial Statutes in a consistent and efficient manner; as well as investigating inquiries and public complaints, including Animal Control. 

The start date of this position is as soon as possible.  Staff housing could be available for the successful candidate.

Work performed: 

Under the direction of the Licensing and Enforcement Manager:

  • Ensures enforcement of the Bylaws of the Municipality of Jasper;
  • Ensures enforcement of Provincial Statutes in accordance with the Community Peace Officer appointment;
  • Accomplishes, wherever possible, voluntary compliance with Bylaws and Provincial Statutes;
  • Enforces Bylaws and Provincial Statutes by issuing violation tickets, traffic tags, serving summonses and subpoenas, and through the preparation of related legal documents;
  • Investigates Bylaw and Provincial offences to prepare for court proceedings;
  • Responds to public complaints and inquiries about Bylaw infractions and tickets;
  • Follows up on tickets to ensure collection, including court preparation and attendance for violation tickets issued;
  • Conducts foot, vehicle and other patrols as required;
  • Impounds and ensures the safety and well-being of loose, dangerous or abandoned domestic animals in the Town of Jasper and operates the domestic animal control compound;
  • Cooperates with the Parks Canada Warden Service on manners of domestic-wildlife encounters within the Town;
  • Maintains records of infractions and licenses as required;
  • Acquires and maintains an understanding of the context and functioning of local government in Jasper, including the Municipality of Jasper’s relationship with Jasper National Park and the Parks Canada Agency;
  • Works effectively with, and maintains positive relationships with, other staff members and departments of the Municipality of Jasper;
  • Becomes familiar with and carries out duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Health & Safety Manual approved by the Municipality along with Occupational Health & Safety regulations;
  • Participates in the proper operation of the Municipal vehicle impound and storage facility; and
  • Undertakes other operational and public safety duties as required.

Qualifications & experience:  

Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the minimum qualifications:

Please refer to the attached position descriptions for Community Peace Officer Level 1 (CPO1) and Bylaw Enforcement Officer

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR BYLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR COMMUNITY PEACE OFFICER

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available:  Public Works/Grounds Labourer

Municipal department:  Operations

Status:  Full-Time, Term

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $21.84 – $24.35 Newly hired employees will be paid at the classified start rate.

Job posting #:  24.010

Hours of work:  40 hours per week

Days of work:  To be determined.  Applicants must be willing to work weekends.

Deadline to apply:  2:00 P.M., March 15, 2024

About the position:  The primary function of these positions is to assist in the daily, all-seasonal care and maintenance of the Municipality of Jasper's transportation network, grounds, sports fields, turf areas, flower beds/planters, municipal cemeteries, irrigation systems and municipal water distribution systems.

The start date of this position is as soon as possible.  This is a three-month term position.

Work performed:  Under the direction of the Grounds Lead Hand and the Operations Services Manager:

  • To maintain all grounds owned and operated by the Municipality of Jasper as directed by the Lead Hand;
  • Assist with the development of new grounds areas as directed by the Lead Hand or Manager;
  • To operate equipment needed for landscaping and to assist roads and streets if required;
  • Operate and maintain equipment as per preventative maintenance program;
  • Assist the Lead Hand with repairs and maintenance of transportation network, grounds, sports fields, turf areas, flower beds/planters, municipal cemeteries, irrigation systems and municipal water distribution systems, as assigned;
  • Repair routine items and report non-routine items to the Lead Hand or Manager as appropriate;
  • Work schedule is to be flexible as necessary for the department to maintain seven day per week operations and special events coverage.  May be required to work weekends, evenings and holidays;
  • Winter duties as required including but not limited to snow plowing and ice control;
  • Become familiar with and carry out duties and responsibilities in accordance with Municipal policies and procedures and Occupational Health & Safety regulation;
  • Responsible to be aware of and follow safe work practices, and wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) applicable to equipment or task;
  • Reports all incidents and accidents to the Manager;
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications & experience:  Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the following qualifications:

  • Class 3 drivers license is considered an asset;
  • Valid Class 5 Drivers and First Aid/CPR certification; 
  • Fork lift certification;
  • Knowledge of grounds keeping and winter maintenance practices;
  • Equipment operating experience related to maintenance;
  • Experience operating heavy equipment such as a picker truck, backhoe, or bobcat & attachments.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR PUBLIC WORKS/GROUNDS LABOURER

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to: mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available:  Lifeguard I OR Lifeguard/Instructor II 

Municipal department:  Community Development

Status:  Casual

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $21.84 - $23.45 **Rate of pay will be determined by candidates' level of certification**

Job posting #:  22.030

Hours of work:  On-call basis

Days of work:  Variety of days, early mornings, evenings and weekends

Deadline to apply:  Open until filled.

About the position:  The primary role of these positions is to perform effective lifeguarding, custodial duties, public relations, and perform various administrative/operational duties as assigned.  The purpose of this posting is to create a casual call list to assist with periods of increased work load and to cover temporary staff leaves. 

The start date of these positions is as soon as possible.

Work performed:  

  • Act as an ambassador for the Community Development Department and the Municipality of Jasper, to the members of the public, staff, and Council;
  • As a member of a team, promote and enable safe and enjoyable experiences for members and guests of the Municipality while at the Fitness & Aquatic Centre through effective lifeguarding and customer service;
  • Communicate effectively and appropriately with the members and guests of the Municipality as well as contractors and Municipal staff, including face-to-face, telephone, print and electronic communications;
  • Understand and follow all applicable Municipal and Facility Policy and Procedures, including the Health and Safety program, to ensure the Fitness & Aquatic Centre remains safe, clean and healthy. Regularly review same;
  • Understand and follow all Emergency Procedures, participate in training to ensure appropriate emergency response and follow up. Regularly review same;
  • Understand and follow the Collective Agreement between the Municipality and C.U.P.E. local 1458. Regularly review same;
  • As operational needs dictate, perform various administrative, operational, custodial and any other job duties as assigned.

Qualifications & experience:  Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the following minimum qualifications:

  • Alberta Government Approved – Standard First Aid, CPR C & AED Certifications
  • Lifesaving Society – National Lifeguard Certification

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR LIFEGUARD LEVEL I
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR LIFEGUARD/INSTRUCTOR LEVEL II

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to: mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available:  Public Works/Grounds Labourers

Municipal department:  Operations

Status:  Casual

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $21.84

Job posting #:  22.025

Hours of work:  On-call basis

Days of work:  To be determined.  Applicants must be willing to work weekends.

Deadline to apply:  Open until filled.

About the position:  The primary function of these positions is to assist in the daily, all-seasonal care and maintenance of the Municipality of Jasper's transportation network, grounds, sports fields, turf areas, flower beds/planters, municipal cemeteries, irrigation systems and municipal water distribution systems.

The start date of these positions is as soon as possible.  The purpose of this posting is to create a casual call list to assist with periods of increased work load and to cover temporary staff leaves.

Work performed:  Under the direction of the Grounds Lead Hand and the Operations Services Manager:

  • To maintain all grounds owned and operated by the Municipality of Jasper as directed by the Lead Hand;
  • Assist with the development of new grounds areas as directed by the Lead Hand or Manager;
  • To operate equipment needed for landscaping and to assist roads and streets if required;
  • Operate and maintain equipment as per preventative maintenance program;
  • Assist the Lead Hand with repairs and maintenance of transportation network, grounds, sports fields, turf areas, flower beds/planters, municipal cemeteries, irrigation systems and municipal water distribution systems, as assigned;
  • Repair routine items and report non-routine items to the Lead Hand or Manager as appropriate;
  • Work schedule is to be flexible as necessary for the department to maintain seven day per week operations and special events coverage.  May be required to work weekends, evenings and holidays;
  • Winter duties as required including but not limited to snow plowing and ice control;
  • Become familiar with and carry out duties and responsibilities in accordance with Municipal policies and procedures and Occupational Health & Safety regulation;
  • Responsible to be aware of and follow safe work practices, and wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) applicable to equipment or task;
  • Reports all incidents and accidents to the Manager;
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications & experience:  Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the following qualifications:

  • Class 3 drivers license is considered an asset;
  • Valid Class 5 Drivers and First Aid/CPR certification; 
  • Fork lift certification;
  • Knowledge of grounds keeping and winter maintenance practices;
  • Equipment operating experience related to maintenance;
  • Experience operating heavy equipment such as a picker truck, backhoe, or bobcat & attachments.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR PUBLIC WORKS/GROUNDS LABOURER

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to: mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available:  Early Childhood Educator

Municipal department:  Community Development

Status: Casual

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $19.65 - $25.44 **Starting wage dependent on successful candidates' level of certification**

Job posting #:  21.048

Hours of work:  On-call basis

Days of work:  Monday - Friday

Deadline to apply:  Open until filled

About the position:  Early Childhood Educators (ECE) are responsible for guiding and instructing children, from infancy through to school age, in various developmental areas and life skills. ECE’s will plan and implement programming according to the philosophy of Wildflowers Childcare, Alberta Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) regulations, Flight, Alberta’s ELCC framework and other policies and regulations that may be applicable.  All educators are expected to work collaboratively as part of the team and provide inclusive and diverse programming to meet each child's needs.   Educators can be assigned to work at both our Early Learning and Out of school care programs.

The start date of this position is as soon as possible. 
The purpose of this posting is to establish a casual list of Early Childhood Educators who can be scheduled to help with temporary staff leaves in both the Wildflowers Childcare Centre and at the Out of School Care Program.

Work performed: 

  • Program:  Ensure safety and welfare of each child; Plan and implement an early learning program to ensure high quality are of all children; Design and maintain a developmentally appropriate learning environment for children; Perform and be responsible for housekeeping tasks and all duties outlined in the daily shift requirements, ensuring facility cleanliness at all times.
  • Staff:  Promote and maintain harmonious relationships between childcare staff; Work cooperatively and effectively as a team member by communicating and contributing information on a continuous basis; Encourage participation of all staff in problem solving.
  • Administrative: Attend and participate in all staff meetings, team meetings, recommended training programs and other professional learning opportunities; Inspect facilities and equipment on a regular basis to ensure standards are met; Arrive to work on time, ready for your shift and continually check the schedule for shift information.
  • Parents & Community:  Initiate, establish and maintain a continuing positive and supportive relationship with parents; Explain the operation and functions of the childcare programs to parents, other educators and the community; promote a strong inclusive community at all times; respect community stakeholders and the facilities we use regularly.

Qualifications & experience:  Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the following qualifications:

  • 18+ years of age
  • Education:  Alberta Early Learning and Child Care Educator Level 1 Certification or the ability to obtain a Level 1 in 6 months;
  • Valid CPR & Childcare or Intermediate First Aid;
  • Experience working with children and/or in child care setting;
  • Understanding of Flight, Alberta’s ELCC curriculum framework is an asset;
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, in writing, on the phone and in-person;
  • Ability to maintain a positive attitude and be flexible in a team environment;
  • Ability to stay calm and professional in stressful situations;
  • Ability to handle sensitive, confidential and trauma-related information;

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ECE LEVEL I
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCTIPTION FOR ECE LEVEL II
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ECE LEVEL III

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.

We at The Municipality of Jasper are united in our core values:
Accountability – Communication – Empathy – Professionalism – Respect – Teamwork

If you are committed to public service, enjoy collaborating with others, share our values and have a desire to learn and grow, join The Municipality of Jasper. Municipal employees deliver the services, run the programs and operate the facilities that make a difference in our community. We support a diverse workforce and offer competitive wages and benefits. Together we make Jasper a great place to make a living, a great place to make a life.

Position available: Heavy Equipment Operator I

Municipal department:  Operations

Status: Casual

Audience for posting:  Internal/External

Compensation:  $29.82 

Job posting #:  23.010

Hours of work:  On-call basis

Days of work:  To be determined.  Applicants must be willing to work weekends.

Deadline to apply:   Posting will remain open until filled.

About the position:  The primary purpose of this position is to operate equipment for the maintenance of streets and alleys in accordance with the identified priorities and established levels of service required by Council; and other jobs requiring equipment in a safe, courteous and efficient manner and to assist HEO/Mechanic with routine preventative maintenance on equipment as required.  

The start date of this position is as soon as possible.

Qualifications & experience:  Your resume and cover letter must clearly describe how you meet the following qualifications:

  • Valid Class 3 Driver’s License with Airbrakes Endorsement; 
  • WHMIS Certification;
  • Standard First Aid/CPR;
  • Mechanical experience – for routine repairs & preventative maintenance;
  • Good Public relations skill with the ability to act as ambassador for the Municipality of Jasper in all dealings with the public, fellow staff and Council;
  • Ability to lift weights up to 35 kg;
  • Ability to operate a loader, street sweeper & back hoe (for non-hazardous situations);
  • Knowledge of the work methods and procedures used in the preventative and corrective maintenance of heavy-duty equipment;
  • Knowledge of safety procedures used in the heavy equipment and mechanical repair industry; 
  • Power line certification, knowledge of Alberta Standards relative to Heavy Equipment Operations and small routine Mechanical repairs, Occupational Health and Safety and safe work practices.

Work performed:

  • Effectively and safely operate mobile equipment owned and operated by the Municipality, with the exception of grader & hydro-vac;
  • Maintaining streets and alleys in accordance with the identified priorities and established levels of service required by Council. This will mean extended hours of work following a snow fall event;
  • Loading and hauling of materials to the appropriate location;
  • Carrying out specified and routine checks on equipment to determine wear, deterioration or other operating irregularities;
  • Performing preventive maintenance on equipment as required and assist HEO/Mechanic with mechanical repairs;
  • Recording appropriate statistics and records as required and maintaining maintenance files on all vehicles and equipment.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I

How to apply:  Submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format outlining your qualifications, experience and any relevant documentation to the Human Resources Coordinator, Marlyn Fernandez, by email to mfernandez@jasper-alberta.ca

We recognize the value that comes from different viewpoints, unique experiences and diverse perspectives of our employees, who bring fresh new ideas to our organization.