/Career Openings
Career Openings2019-03-22T02:37:13+00:00

Career Openings

This space is for FREE posting of administrator career openings! Please contact the Website Coordinator to make arrangements.


Administrator/CAO OPPORTUNITY, The RM of Frenchman Butte No. 501

The RM of Frenchman Butte No. 501 invites you to apply for a rewarding career in a progressive Rural Municipality. We are ideally situated in north-west Saskatchewan, surrounded by rolling hills, almost every outdoor activity imaginable and close to two urban centres with great amenities. If you are looking for a challenging, fast paced employment opportunity with an excellent wage and benefits package let your aspirations become a reality.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:

The Administrator/CAO’s key duties and responsibilities include:

  • Municipal accounting, strong fiscal management, working with a large budget and significant grant applications;
  • Solid understanding of all applicable legislation; processing of bylaws, policies and procedures; conducting elections, records retention, LAFOIPP, etc.
  • Municipal taxation and maintenance of assessment records;
  • Preparation for all Council meetings, including agendas, reports, correspondence and minutes;
  • Attendance at all Council meetings;
  • Overseeing capital projects, tenders and contracts; Leading a great team through progressive change while ensuring all municipal functions are carried out in a confidential, efficient, accurate and collaborative manner, in accordance with municipal legislation, policies and procedures.
  • Maintaining positive public relations and supervising multiple staff;

Qualifications:

  • This position requires a minimum Rural Class “C” Certificate with preference given to applicants with a Rural Class “A” Certificate who are willing to mentor.
  • In addition to the above, preference will be given to candidates with 3-5 years local government experience, an accounting certificate/designation and/or a university degree in a related field.
  • Experience in Microsoft Word, Windows, Excel and general computer applications is essential and knowledge of MuniSoft considered an asset.

If you are seeking a municipal Administrator/CAO position and an exciting career change, please submit your cover letter, resume (outlining related experience and qualifications), salary expected and three supervisory references to ladrconsulting@sasktel.net or mail marked confidential to the R.M. of Frenchman Butte No. 501 Attn: Bonnie Mills Midgley, Reeve at Box 180, Paradise Hill, SK S0M 2G0.

This competition will remain open until a candidate is selected so please apply ASAP!

For further information do not hesitate to email ladrconsulting@sasktel.net.

We thank all applicants, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Thank you for your interest in working for the RM of Frenchman Butte No. 501.

3/21/2019


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Town of Hepburn

Start Date: Immediate
Scope: Full Time/Permanent
Salary: As per policy – Based on the UMAAS salary schedule and negotiable based on qualifications, certifications, and experience.
Deadline: Accepting applications until filled.

The Town of Hepburn is seeking a full time permanent Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). This highly responsible and collaborative position is the principal liaison and support person for the five-member council and runs the day-to-day operations of the municipality implementing the bylaws, policies and resolutions of Council.

The Town has a population of 688 people and is located 40 km north of Saskatoon. A bedroom community with a business district, arena, bowling alley, K-12 public school and churches.

Visit our website at www.hepburn.ca

This position is supported by Council, a Community Coordinator, office clerk and three public works/ water works staff.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: overseeing and management of Council, committee and staff meetings and presentation of decisions and recommendations, administering and coordinating personnel and facilities for the effective delivery of government services and programs, serving as liaison and upper management to all Town departments and boards under bylaw of Council, ensure timely response to all citizen requests/inquiries, coordinate financial operations of the Town and work with council with the preparation of the annual budget and financial reporting, communications, preparation and submit applications and manage projects under federal and provincial grants and perform other duties as established by Council and those outlined under The Municipalities Act.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Local Government Authority (LGA) certification with a Standard certificate from the Saskatchewan Urban Municipal Administrators Association (UMAAS). (Advanced certification preferred). Those without certifications but are willing to obtain may be considered.
  • Experience in a municipal or comparably multifaceted organization in a leadership role
  • Must possess a positive attitude with strong computer skills and knowledge of Munisoft, Microsoft Office and social media. Experience with EasyPay, PubWorks, and Office 365 programs are an asset.
  • Excellent oral and written communication and Public Relations skills.
  • Works well both independently and with a team.

The Town offers a full benefit package through SUMA and an excellent pension package through MEPP, and other policy driven benefits including clothing allowance.

Immediate start date with opportunity to work with outgoing CAO until April 30, 2019.

Apply to the Town of Hepburn:
Box 217
Hepburn, SK S0K 1Z0
Email: administrator@hepburn.ca
Phone: (306) 947-2170
Subject should read: “CAO Competition”. Please send to the attention of: Brad Wiebe, CAO
RESUME with a minimum of two recent employment references is REQUIRED. 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

3/21/2019


Recreation Worker/Assistant Arena Caretaker, Town of Hudson Bay

The Town of Hudson Bay will be accepting applications for a full time/year round Recreation worker to start immediately.

This job includes:

  • Evening and weekend shifts at the Arena through the winter months.
  • Monday-Friday shifts in the off season, including but not limited to, maintaining Parks, Pool, Ball Diamonds and buildings, etc.

Current starting rate – $16.57/hour (To fifth (5th) increment – $19.95/hour)

Preferred candidates will have previous training or experience in some of the following areas: Arena Operation, Pool Operation, Equipment Operation and Maintenance, Carpentry and Building Maintenance

Applicants must be physically fit, capable of the work requirements and possess a minimum Class 5 Driver’s License. A Criminal Records Check may be requested.

Submit resumes with references to:

For further information contact Vince Simpson @ (306)865-7430.

Applications close Friday, March 29, 2019 at noon.

3/18/2019


Maintenance Foreman (Full-Time), Town of Radisson

CLOSING DATE: TUESDAY, APRIL 2ND, 2019 AT 4PM

The Town Foreman shall be responsible for the general management of all aspects of the Town of Radisson’s Public Works Department, including the water and sewer utility system.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Grade 12 or equivalent
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Class 1 Water Distribution and Treatment Certification or willing to obtain
  • Experience operating heavy equipment such as graders, loaders etc

SKILLS:

  • Positive attitude
  • Self-Motivated
  • Excellent leadership and communication skills

DUTIES:

  • Supervision of all public works staff
  • Maintain all Town equipment and buildings
  • Ensure water testing and maintenance of Water systems is carried as per Permits
  • Maintain safe conditions of roads and sidewalks
  • All other duties that may be assigned by the Administrator

SALARY:

Salary negotiable dependent on qualifications

Apply To:
The Town of Radisson
Box 69
Radisson, SK S0K 3L0
Email: tradisson@sasktel.net
1 (306) 827 – 2218

3/18/2019


Part-time Administrator, Village of Plenty

The Village of Plenty is accepting applications for a permanent part-time Administrator position. This position is 3 days per week.

The Village Administrator will be responsible to the council for all operations of the village in accordance with the policies established by Council and The Municipalities Act. As an ideal applicant you should also possess excellent communication, public relations, and time management skill as well as computer knowledge. Preference will be given to candidates with an Urban Class “C” Certificate (or higher) in Local Government Administration. Experience with MuniSoft software is an asset.

Applicants are invited to submit by mail, fax, email, or in person their resume stating their qualifications, experience and references along with a cover letter stating salary expectations to:

Village of Plenty
PO Box 177
Plenty, SK S0L 2RO
Fax: 306-932-2044
Email: vop@sasktel.net

Deadline for applications is April 15, 2019. Only suitable candidates with the required qualifications will be contacted for an interview. For more information regarding this position, please contact Cheryl Joel at the Village Office, 306 932-2045

3/16/2019


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Town of Wadena

Number of Positions Available: 1
Start Date: Immediate
Scope: Full Time/Permanent
Wage: Salary based on the UMAAS salary schedule and negotiable based on qualifications, certifications, and experience.
Deadline: Accepting applications until filled.

The Town of Wadena (approx. pop. 1,200) is seeking a full time permanent Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). This highly responsible and collaborative position is the principal liaison and support person for the seven-member council and runs the day-to-day operations of the municipality implementing the bylaws, policies and resolutions of Council. This high profile public service position, which averages 160 working hours over a 4 week period), serves a caring community with incredible volunteerism and a strong community focus towards recreation.

This position is supported by Council, Committees of Council, a Deputy CAO, Director of Parks & Recreation, Director of Public Works, Facilities Manager, three Administrative Assistants, and six other full time permanent staff spread across the Public Works and Parks & Recreation Departments. Non-management staff operate in a unionized environment under CUPE local 4335. Staff increases seasonally (approx. April – September) to include 12-15 seasonal staff and summer students.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: overseeing and management of Council, committee and staff meetings and presentation of decisions and recommendations, administering and coordinating personnel and facilities for the effective delivery of government services and programs, serving as liaison and upper management to all Town departments and boards under bylaw of Council, ensure timely response to all citizen requests/inquiries, coordinate financial operations of the Town and work with council with the preparation of the annual budget and financial reporting, plan and execute community surveys and an annual town hall meeting, prepare and deliver media communications, preparation and submit applications and manage projects under federal and provincial grants and perform other duties as established by Council and those outlined under The Municipalities Act.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Local Government Authority (LGA) certification with a Standard certificate from the Saskatchewan Urban Municipal Administrators Association (UMAAS). (Advanced certification preferred). Those without certifications but are willing to obtain may be considered.
  • Minimum 2-5 years experience in a municipal or comparably multifaceted organization in a leadership role
  • Must possess a positive attitude with strong computer skills and knowledge of Munisoft, Microsoft Office and social media. Experience with Paymate, PubWorks, Office 365 and Adobe Creative Cloud programs are an asset.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, planning and organizing expertise
  • Excellent Public Relations and Communications skills
  • Work well both independently and with a team.
  • Experience operating within a unionized environment and with union negotiations is an asset

The Town offers a full benefit package through SUMA and an excellent pension package through MEPP, and other policy driven benefits including clothing allowance.

Immediate start date with opportunity to work with outgoing CAO until March 23, 2019.

Apply to the Town of Wadena: 102 Main Street N, PO Box 730 Wadena, SK S0A 4J0, E-mail: wadadmin@sasktel.net, Fax: 306-338-3804. Subject should read: “CAO Competition”. Please send to the attention of: Ferne Hebig, CAO

RESUME with a minimum of two recent employment references and at least one character reference (non-employment related) is REQUIRED. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

1/31/2019


Part-time Village Administrator, Village of Neudorf

Candidates seeking a rewarding career opportunity with a progressive and supportive Council are invited to submit their resume, in confidence, to the selection committee. This position is 4 days per week totaling approximately 110 hours per month.

The Village of Neudorf has a population of 263. Neudorf is locate east of Regina on highway 22 east of Lemberg and west of Killaly Working closely with the Mayor and Council, you will be responsible for managing the constantly changing and increasingly complex day-to-day affairs of the community. The Village also has a number of large infra structure project in process. You will require the skills to play a key role with Council in planning and executing a strategic vision that meets both current and future needs of the community.

Preference will be given to candidates with an Urban Class “C” Certificate (or higher) in Local Government Administration. Experience with MuniSoft software is an asset. This position offers a competitive salary. The right candidate can expect a salary and benefits package that reflects their level of experience. Please submit salary expectations Although we would prefer a fully trained individual consideration may be given to a candidate willing to obtain the necessary certification.

Experience:
– Local Government Administration: 2 years (Preferred)

Licence:
– an Urban Class “C” Certificate (or higher (Preferred)

Please email Resume and Cover letter to vneudorf@sasktel.net

Posted 1/7/2019


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Town of Laronge

The Town of La Ronge is currently accepting applications for the position of  Chief Administrative Officer (CAO),

La Ronge is a scenic lake side community offering a full range of services and amenities located in the heart of Northern Saskatchewan with a population of approximately 3000.  This community offers progressive growth amidst the natural beauty of the area’s surrounding Lac La Ronge Provincial Park.

The successful candidate will report to Town Council and act as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Town.  This highly motivated and dedicated individual will be responsible for the complete management of the municipality’s affairs.

Proven ability in the areas of human resources management, public relations and ability to perform statutory duties of the Clerk, Treasurer, and Assessor for the community is required.  Familiarity in working in a computerized municipal office environment as well as Munisoft will be an asset.  The incumbent shall have excellent verbal and written communication skills.  The ideal candidate will have significant municipal management skills obtained through formal education such as the accredited Local Government Administration Program and have a Standard Certificate in Local Government Administration from the Urban Board of Examiners. Preference will be given to those with a minimum of 5 years experience in municipal administration, or a combination of education and experience.

Applicants should submit a Cover Letter and detailed Curriculum Vitae / Resume including references and salary expectations to the individual below.  Only suitable candidates will be contacted.  The successful candidate will be required to submit a current criminal record check.

The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

The Office of the Town Administrator
Town of La Ronge
Box 5680
La Ronge, Saskatchewan
S0J 1L0
Fax (306) 425-3883
Email:  mayor@laronge.ca

Posted 1/3/2019