The Town of Kindersley is seeking a working Public Works Manager who is looking for an engaging, rewarding, and challenging career. If you are hard-working and a great leader, you might be the one for us!
Kindersley is located along Highway 7, one of the top five most traveled highways in Saskatchewan and a major east-west corridor linking Calgary and Saskatoon. The township covers roughly 13 square kilometres and hosts 1995 occupied private dwellings. Agriculture, oil and gas are the main industries, while retail and other business services cater to the town’s populous of just under 5000 people, as well as the surrounding population of more than 28,000 residents. Kindersley’s small-town atmosphere with many city amenities soon to include a new indoor pool. It is a great place to work and raise a family.
The Public Works (PW) department oversees the transportation and utility networks. This includes water, waste water, and roadways infrastructure. The PW Manager works closely with the Director of Transportation and Environment to engage it’s hard working crew of 10 staff in the upkeep of this linear infrastructure as well as the maintenance of the associated vehicles, equipment, materials, and facilities within the PW department. The PW Manager also works closely with other Town departments for the delivery of any and all municipal services.
Responsibilities will include planning, HR management, fiscal management, and administration. The Manager’s goal is to efficiently engage and utilize all personnel, equipment, and materials to their highest capacity in accordance with Town policies, procedures and regulations.
We are looking to assemble a team of enthusiastic, skilled, and highly engaged employees to work as lifeguards and pool staff for Kindersley’s Indoor Aquatic Centre. Positions available include permanent part time and permanent casual. If you are interested in applying or learning more about the opportunities available (including required training and certification processes), contact us at 306-463-2675 or click here to email us.
Children under 7 or non-swimmers who cannot pass the “swim test” must be within arms reach of a responsible caregiver, an adult or youth who is a proficient swimmer. The “swim test” is being able to swim 12 metres (width of the Jr. Olympic Pool) with a recognizable stroke. This is up to the Lifeguards discretion whether or not the non-swimmer passes the test.