Career Openings

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Chief Administrative Officer, Town of Macklin

The Town of Macklin is seeking the services of a qualified Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to provide professional leadership and direction for the Town.

The ideal candidate should have successfully graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution with a diploma or degree in Public Administrator or a related discipline.  Provide proof of an Urban Standard Certificate or be eligible to obtain a standard certificate in accordance with the Urban Municipal Administrator’s Act.  Experience in a leadership role related to municipal administration, financial management and human resource management would be considered an asset.

The Town of Macklin offers a comprehensive benefits package. Salary will be dependent upon qualifications and experience.  The application process will remain open until filled.  However, the competition will continue until the position is filled, and only those candidates selected to be interviewed will be contacted.

In confidence, qualified candidates are encouraged to electronically submit their resume, a cover letter, references, and salary expectations to the following address:

Town of Macklin
Box 69
Macklin, SK. S0L 2C0
Phone: 306-753-2256    Fax: 306-753-3234
Email: town.macklin@sasktel.net

5/15/2024


Temporary Chief Administrative Officer, Village of Paddockwood

The Village of Paddockwood is seeking a temporary contract Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) starting as soon as possible, two days per week, negotiable with a term lasting until at least June 24, 2024.

The CAO will complete the required duties to maintain the Municipal Office including customer service, making accounts payable, payroll and other authorized payments, receipting payments made to the Village, deposits and preparing materials for Council Meetings.

Preference will be given to a candidate who:

  • holds, or is eligible to hold, a valid certificate of qualification, pursuant to the Urban Municipal Administrators’ Act;
  • is bondable,
  • has proficiency with information technology including Munisoft,  Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook);
  • has knowledge of municipal operations and experience in municipal administration.

This is a contract position.  For further information or to apply contact:

Mayor Joseph Firak
Village of Paddockwood
Box 188
Paddockwood, Saskatchewan S0J 1Z0
Email: josfirak@sasktel.net

5/15/2024


Administrator, Village of Parkside

Known for being home to the World’s Largest Lily, Honeywood Heritage Nursery and the long running Parkside Demolition Derby, the Village of Parkside is a small but vibrant community home to 132 residents.

Council for the Village is looking for an Administrator for one or two days per week as required.  The candidate must have an Urban “Class C” or Standard Certificate or be willing to obtain same in a reasonable amount of time.

A job description is available upon request. See below for contact information.

You may forward your resume, cover letter, and references by mail or email to:

Village of Parkside
Box 48,
Parkside, Sk  S0J 2A0
Email:  villageofparkside@yourlink.ca

For more information, please contact the Village Office at (306) 747 2235

Position will be filled once a suitable candidate is chosen.

5/14/2024


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Village of Abernathy

Description

The Village of Abernethy is accepting applications for the position of Chief Administrative Officer. Position to begin May 28th, 2024 unless other arrangements are made with the council.  This position is located in Abernethy, Saskatchewan.

Position Summary

Under the direction of Council, the Chief Administrative Officer is responsible for the overall administration of the Municipality in accordance with the Municipal Act and related statutes, provincial regulations, and bylaws, policies and procedures established by Council.  The Chief Administrative Officer provides guidance and advice to Council regarding human resources, strategic planning, policies, bylaws and budgets.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement municipal bylaws, contracts and agreements as directed by Council;
  • Maintain accurate and confidential record keeping, minute taking and ensure information is stored securely in accordance with the privacy legislation requirements;
  • Provide support and advice to Council on policies, programs, capital projects, new initiatives and fiscal matters;
  • Provide strategic and financial planning management expertise to Council and ensure operations effectiveness for each municipal department;
  • Provide leadership and direction with a focus on administrative and operational excellence.
  • Act as an effective liaison between the Council, staff and the community;
  • Build and maintain strong partnerships with all levels of government and the community.

Experience and qualifications preferred:

  • Holds, or be eligible to hold, a valid certificate of qualification, pursuant to the Urban Municipal Administrators’ Act;
  • Ability to communicate effectively and foster positive relationships with the public, employees and all levels of government;
  • Solid decision maker with strong business acumen and a high level of integrity;
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills;
  • Friendly and courteous demeanor;
  • Keen attention to detail and ability to multitask and prioritize work;
  • Proficiency with computers including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook);
  • Problem solver able to work under deadlines;
  • Knowledge of municipal operations, experience in leadership role and knowledge of MuniSoft are an asset;
  • Experience with budgeting, financial operations, assessment, taxation and general office management are an asset.

Preference will be given to a candidate who possesses a Standard Certificate in Local Government Authority and is eligible for membership within UMAAS.  A combination of suitable qualifications, education and experience may be considered.

To apply please submit: a cover letter, detailed resume, at least two work related references, availability and wage expectations before May 8, 2024 to:

Village of Abernethy
PO Box 189,
Abernethy, SK S0A 0A0
Email: villageofabernethy@sasktel.net

We thank all applications, however only those selected for interviews will be directly contacted.

5/1/2024


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Town of Battleford

Battleford

Nestled between the banks of the scenic North Saskatchewan and Battle Rivers is the Town of Battleford, the first capital of the North West Territories. Founded in 1875, the population of Battleford is 4,500 and growing. Situated 8 kms south of the City of North Battleford, Battleford offers the best of both worlds: “small town” atmosphere with “big city” facilities. Lake Country is a short drive to the north with Saskatoon a long hour to the southeast.

The Town of Battleford is committed to providing its residents and employees with a diverse, inclusive, and safe environment, sustainable infrastructure, an effective corporate organization, economic development with a strong quality of life.

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

The Town of Battleford is a historic town rich in history that has seen steady growth. Battleford is:

  • Fiscally strong and sound.
  • Does not shy away from difficult
  • Works to improve its service to residents, stakeholders, and local
  • Attentive to infrastructure
  • Sensitive to the environment and sustainable
  • Completing their first strategic

The next CAO has an opportunity to significantly develop Battleford:

  • Continue transitioning the organization from a medium-sized Saskatchewan town to a small Saskatchewan city.
  • Build the town to become a tourism destination telling the complete story of the region.
  • Grow regional partnerships that include rural municipalities, First Nations, the City of North Battleford, and Parks

You are someone with strong municipal experience, who welcomes the role of being a leader of the organization and in the community as you advance the Town and organization’s evolution to a small city. You do this as you continue to build relationship agreements with both the First Nations, the City and support local stakeholders.

Your budget is approximately $7.5M with a staff of more than 30. Council is looking for someone with some administrative credentials and experience including:

  • A degree in Public Administration, Political Science, or Business/Commerce; and
  • A municipal certification/designation and willing to obtain UMAAS Standard Certification.
  • Several years’ experience in the public sector leading an accomplished team; or
  • Equivalent combination of education and

Closing Date – May 20, 2024

Application Return

To discuss the position in confidence, please call or email your resume and cover letter to:

Mayor Ames Leslie
1-306-441-2412
mayorleslie@battleford.ca

4/25/2024


Accounting & Utility Clerk, Town of Battleford

POSTING DATE:  April 15, 2024
APPLICATION DEADLINE:   Posting will remain open until position is filled.  Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
HOW TO APPLY:   Submit cover letter, resume, references online at:  admin@battleford.ca
JOB STATUS:   Full-Time Permanent

Position Summary:

This position reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer.  This position is responsible for providing financial, administrative, and clerical services in the areas of Accounts Payable and Utility Billing. Must work with detailed, highly complex and sensitive materials on a regular basis while maintaining the financial and recordkeeping systems associated with the Town.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

  • Prepare utility billings as per town policies and bylaws.
  • Ensure the GL and Utility accounts are balanced.
  • Prepare utility accounts disconnection notices and manage delinquent accounts.
  • Receive and verify GL Accounts and invoices, prepare batches of invoices for data entry, enter invoices into the system.
  • Prepare cheques for signatures and mailing purposes and process pre-authorization payments.
  • Communicate effectively as a front-line customer service representative.
  • Receive funds and prepare receipts for tax and utility accounts, pet licenses and general transactions.
  • Participate in the audit as required.
  • Perform special projects and ad hoc analyses as needed.
  • Adhere to all Town Health & Safety Policies.
  • Adhere to all municipal policies and procedures.
  • Perform additional tasks as the Administrator deems fit on an ad hoc basis.

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Municipal understanding that includes knowledge of Federal/Provincial regulations and programs.
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all information in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
  • Demonstrate communication and interpersonal skills to explain and exchange information and resolve collection issues.
  • Proven ability to communicate effectively as a front-line customer service representative and to interact with the public in a positive and non-intrusive manner.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to deal with multiple tasks and changing deadlines while maintaining a high level of accuracy.
  • Ability to work with extended periods of sitting, working in a busy environment with frequent interruptions.
  • Ability to prioritize workload and work with limited supervision.
  • Proven organizational skills.
  • Maintain tact and professionalism at all times.
  • Experience in computer programming and software skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Vadim.
  • Grade 12 and post-secondary courses in the field appropriate to the position is an asset.
  • A minimum of one (1) year experience in a municipal environment is an asset.
  • Must be bondable.

Terms & Compensation:

  • The Town of Battleford offers a comprehensive-defined benefits and pension plan.
  • Employment Term: Permanent Full-Time Position
  • Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, 37.50 hours per week
  • Position is open to both male and female candidates.
  • Union position, per CUPE Agreement
  • Salary: $25.05/hour
  • Duties are to commence: May 1, 2024

4/15/2024


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), City of Flin Flon
($110,000 – $160,000/year)

With the assistance of HMC Management Inc., https://hmcmanagement.net/  Council is seeking the services of a qualified Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to provide professional leadership and direction for the City of Flin Flon. Flin Flon has a population of 5099 and is governed by an elected municipal council comprised of the Mayor and 6 Councillors.

The City of Flin Flon is proudly located in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, as it sits on the border of the two provinces. Flin Flon forms the core of the region, as it is within reasonable driving distance to the Town of Creighton (5 minutes) and the Village of Denare Beach (15 minutes). Flin Flon also serves many members of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (PBCN) communities.

If you have over five (5) years of progressive experience as a CAO or senior management experience with a proven track record of success in a progressive municipality, other public sector organization(s), or private sector of comparable complexity, then this is the position you have been waiting for.

You should also have successfully graduated from a recognized post-secondary institution with a diploma or degree in Public Administration or a related discipline, and a thorough understanding of local government is required.

The salary range for the position is $110,000 – $160,000 for the right candidate who meets Council’s qualifications and expectations.  The application deadline is May 10, 2024. Only those candidates selected to be interviewed will be contacted.

In confidence, qualified candidates are encouraged to electronically submit their resume, a cover letter, three work-related references, and salary expectations to the following address:

sdy.hmc@wcgwave.ca
RE: City of Flin Flon, Manitoba – Chief Administrative Officer Competition

Inquiries may be made to:
Dean Yaremchuk, RMA CMMA
HMC Management Inc.
1.204.870.0236

A CAO Opportunity Profile is available upon request.

4/15/2024


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Town of Wilkie

The Town of Wilkie offers an exciting career opportunity to be the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in a growing and welcoming community of approximately 1200 residents. Wilkie offers a wide range of recreational, culture and social amenities. With new businesses in the downtown district as well as a daycare and upcoming swimming pool, our Town is bustling. Our council is looking for candidates with an Urban “Class C” or Standard Certificate, or higher, who are looking to make a difference in a small town.

Municipal experience in planning and development, regional cooperation and public relations, excellent verbal and written communication skills, supervisory skills along with strong financial skills including tax policy and awareness of culture diversity are attributes needed for the job. Experience with Munisoft software is an asset. This position offers a competitive salary and uses the UMAAS salary Schedule as a guide; the right candidate can expect a salary and benefit package that reflect the level of experience.

A job description is available upon request. See below for contact information.

You may forward your resume, cover letter, and references (3) in person, fax, mail or email to:

Town of Wilkie
206 2nd Avenue West
Box 580
Wilkie, Saskatchewan
S0K 4W0
Phone:  1-(306)-843-2692
Fax: 1-(306)-843-3151
Email: wilkie.administrator@sasktel.net

Position will be filled once a suitable candidate is chosen.

4/9/2024


Financial Officer, Town of Lanigan

The Town of Lanigan, with the assistance of R. McCullough Management Consulting (https://rmconsult.ca), is looking for the right person to fill the position of Financial Officer.

The Financial Officer reports to the Corporate Services Manager and will be responsible for accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll for the municipality. This position is also responsible for financial reporting and analysis as well as compliance and risk.

The right fit for this position will be someone that has strong administrative, financial, and political acumen. Strong interpersonal skills for interaction with customers, elected officials, staff, and vendors are equally important.

Skills and knowledge attributes will include accounting and financial management, regulatory compliance, technology proficiency, attention to detail and organizational. Having certification in the areas of accounting, payroll and/or payables is desirable, combined with 3 to 5 years experience in an equally responsible position.

If this opportunity excites you, please submit your resume with a cover letter that explains why you are interested in this position and why you think you would be the best fit for the role. Your cover letter should include your salary expectations and cite three references. A satisfactory criminal record check is a requirement for the successful candidate.

Please submit your interest via email to cao@lanigan.ca

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact:

Ron McCullough
Interim Chief Administrative Officer
Town of Lanigan
Cell:     306-530-1985
Email:  cao@lanigan.ca

3/28/2024


Chief Administrative Officer, Northern Village of Buffalo Narrows

The Northern Village of Buffalo Narrows offers a unique career opportunity to be the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in a growing, thriving community of approximately 1300 residents. Buffalo Narrows offers a wide range of recreational, culture and social amenities.

Working closely with Mayor and Council, you will be responsible for managing the constantly changing and increasingly complex day to day affairs of the community. You will provide the leadership skills required to lead a staff of dedicated professionals and play a key role with Council in planning and executing a strategic vision that meets both current and future needs of the community.

The forward-thinking village council is seeking candidates with an Urban “Class C” or Standard Certificate (or Higher) in Local Government Administration (or equivalent) who wish to advance their career and provide administrative leadership to an active tourism/recreational based community with a sound financial base and bright future.

Municipal experience in planning and development, regional cooperation and public relations, excellent verbal and written communication skills, supervisory skills along with strong financial skills including tax policy and awareness of culture diversity are attributes needed for the job. Experience with Munisoft software is an asset. This position offers a competitive salary and uses the UMAAS salary Schedule as a guide; the right candidate can expect a salary and benefit package that reflect the level of experience.

You may forward your resume, cover letter, CRC and a list of 3 references by drop off, fax, mail or email to:

Northern Village of Buffalo Narrows
1491 – Unit #1 Pederson Avenue
PO Box 98
Buffalo Narrows, SK. S0M 0J0
PH: 306-235-4225 FX: 306-235-4699
Email: receptionist.bns@sasktel.net

Position will be filled once a suitable candidate is chosen.

3/21/2024


Assistant Chief Administrative Officer, Town of St. Walburg, SK

Candidate Profile

The Town of St. Walburg Chief Administrative Officer and Council, with the assistance of R. McCullough Management Consulting (https://rmconsult.ca), is looking for the right person to be their next Assistant Chief Administrative Officer.

The successful candidate for the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer position will possess:

  • Strong administrative, financial, and political acumen.
  • Demonstrated achievements in community engagement and community building.
  • A proven track record in communication, leadership, and management.
  • Education and experience that matches the expectations for the position.

About the Town of St. Walburg

St. Walburg is a vibrant, full-service community of approximately 700 residents in northwest Saskatchewan, located 86 kilometers northeast of the City of Lloydminster and 124 kilometers northwest of the City of North Battleford. We live, work, and play in a region known as the “Parkland Belt,” with a strong agriculturally based economy, as well as heavy oil and natural gas activity. Both agriculture and oil enterprises create many corresponding services and jobs for local and regional individuals.

This region is known for its beautiful scenery, hunting, fishing, and lake amenities that are all within an hour’s drive of our Community. Recreation is not limited to just the summer months. We also enjoy winter recreation activities that include ice fishing, cross country skiing, and sledding through scenic routes.

The Town offers numerous amenities and a thriving business community, including shopping for groceries, arts and crafts, furniture, hardware, and numerous other necessities. Health Care options are provided to the Town through the St. Walburg Health Complex and WestMed Paramedics Inc.

St. Walburg has a mix of culture, community, numerous volunteers, and energetic entrepreneurial spirit which support the Town through such as the Wild Blueberry Festival and Party in the Pasture. Thanks to the imagination, drive, and cooperation of the residents of the community, St. Walburg achieved international recognition through the Livable Communities Sustainability Award.

St. Walburg is a progressive, sustainable, culturally aware, and inclusive community that acts as a “Hub” to the surrounding district. We are striving to decrease our ecological footprint through ongoing initiatives such as reflector street lighting, innovative waste management techniques, and reducing water consumption.

Guiding principles for the Town Council include, but are not limited to, measurable, openness, respect, tolerance, transparency, trust, and understanding. We work hard to provide services to our Community that increase our quality of life by reconciling social, environmental, and financial accountability.

To learn more about the Town of St. Walburg, visit our website:  www.stwalburg.com

About the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Position

The Assistant Chief Administrative Officer (ACAO) reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer and is responsible to assist with the administrative operation of the Town in accordance with the policies and bylaws set by Council and The Municipalities Act. The ACAO provides support to the Chief Administrative Officer  regarding human resources, bylaws, budgets, and financial functions, while working closely with the Infrastructure staff.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, preparing and maintaining assessment and tax rolls, preparing utility billings and managing accounts receivable, knowledge of municipal election procedures and legislation, tax enforcement, completing monthly bank reconciliations and monthly reporting, assistance with preparation, implementation and monitoring of annual budgets. The ACAO will be responsible for the supervision of two part time Administrative Assistants.

The qualifications required of the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer:

  • Exceptional communication, management, organizational, and interpersonal skills to facilitate effective teamwork and relationship-building within the Community;
  • Ability to manage administrative staff, including assessing training needs, performing evaluations, and delegating and overseeing tasks;
  • Discretion with matters pertaining to confidentiality;
  • Proficiency in municipal accounting, municipal laws, human resources, payroll, and asset management;
  • Experience with MuniSoft Software and Microsoft Office programs;
  • Ability to effectively handle correspondence, both written and verbally;
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work, and meet deadlines while maintaining a high degree of accuracy;
  • Ability to interpret policies, bylaws, and legislation appropriately when responding to situations or requests;
  • Familiarity with WHMIS, Standard First Aid, and OH&S principles;
  • Ability to deal with complaints and issues in a professional and courteous manner. Conflict resolution training would be considered an asset;
  • Strong computer skills and knowledge of website management are desirable;
  • Possess a certificate in Local Government Administration (LGA) or a transferable equivalent or exhibit a strong commitment to pursuing LGA certification;
  • Consideration may be given to equivalencies in education and experience.

A criminal record check, including vulnerable sector check, will be required from the successful candidate.

Compensation will be commensurate with education and experience with a full benefits package available.

Please submit a resume with a cover letter explaining why this opportunity interests you and why you believe that you are the right person for the position. We also ask that you submit your salary expectations and three work-related references. Submissions may be made by email to the attention of Ron McCullough at admin@stwalburg.com or dropped off at the Town Office at 134 Main Street.

Enquiries may be made to:

Ron McCullough
McCullough Management Consulting
Town of St. Walburg Office:  306-248-3232
Cell:  306-530-1985

The competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected.

The Town of St. Walburg thanks all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for interview will be contacted.

2/20/2024


Assistant Administrator, Town of St. Brieux

As a part of our succession plan, the Town of St. Brieux invites applications from qualified persons to fill the position of Assistant Administrator with the understanding that the qualified candidate will eventually take over the duties as the Chief Administrative Officer.

St. Brieux is a progressive community located in northeast Saskatchewan with a population of approximately 638 people.  The community has a variety of amenities such as a K-12 school, arena, bank, grocery store, access to a Regional Park and golf course and much more.

The Assistant Administrator is to provide support to the Chief Administrative Officer in the daily management of town operations.  This includes, but not limited to, the following duties: accounts payable and receivable, utility billing, assessment, and taxation, bank reconciliation statements, ability to interpret legislation, dealing with the public in person and on the telephone, website maintenance and general office duties.

Preference will be given to applicants who hold a diploma or certificate in Office Administration or bookkeeping or accounting and have obtained their Urban Standard C Certificate in Local Government Administration or otherwise willing to complete the Local Government Administration courses (through the University of Regina) in a timely manner or is currently enrolled in the qualified programs.

Candidates should be able to demonstrate:

  • Excellent oral and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Excellent telephone manner.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks effectively and efficiently.
  • Effective time management skills.
  • Accuracy and proficiency in computer and keyboard skills (Excel, Word, Outlook, Internet).

The Town of St. Brieux offers a comprehensive benefits package.  Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience.  Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter, copy of certificate(s) and a resume.  These must include education, experience, certification held, expected salary and current references.

Please forward your application package to:

admin.brieux@sasktel.net

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Position to begin ASAP. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

2/15/2024


Director of Public Works & Planning Services, City of Melville

The Director of Public Works and Planning Services holds a key leadership position in the City of Melville as part of the Executive Leadership Team. The Director has responsibility to plan, direct, manage and oversee the infrastructure, activities and operations of the Public Works Department and Planning elements, including roadways (streets, lanes, sidewalks), water distribution, reservoir, sewage collection, wastewater treatment and plant facilities, storm water management, solid waste and refuse services, pest control/spraying, airport, landfill, traffic and street lights, cemetery, recycling, outdoor arenas, transit and transportation, asset management, trees and green infrastructure, storm water, walking trails,  safe operations and maintenance of the municipal infrastructure, building and subdivision improvement, inspections and efficient planning and development.  The Director will coordinate assigned activities, administer contracts for construction and maintenance with other departments and outside agencies; and provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager. The Director is responsible for fostering close working relationships between Public Works and Community Services to ensure a seamless coordination of equipment and services. The Director provides direct supervision and leadership to the Public Works Manager, Planning Manager and Environmental Services Manager positions.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES

  1. Manages public works, roadways, waste water collection and treatment, water distribution, solid waste management and land improvements;
  2. Works effectively with Management Team, appropriately delegating work and makes recommendations to the City Manager in regards to staffing levels;
  3. Administer contracts for construction, maintenance and service delivery;
  4. Preparing and administering budgets;
  5. Implements policies, which have been approved by Council; and
  6. Provides leadership to the department and organization.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

To be effective in the performance of the position described above, an individual would require the following:

  • An in-depth knowledge of municipal infrastructure operation, maintenance, construction and public works;
  • Strong leadership, supervisory and human resource management skills are required. Including the ability to delegate, handle difficult situations and make sound and timely decisions;
  • Strong financial management skills; including the ability to develop and monitor budgets and to achieve maximum benefit for each dollar spent;
  • Ability to effectively organize work and establish priorities;
  • Ability to establish and maintain a high degree of public confidence and public relations;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both verbally and written;
  • Ability to compose routine and sometimes technical documents;
  • Effective and creative problem solving skills are required; and
  • Ability to effectively represent the interests of the City.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE

  • A minimum of five to seven years in a supervisory role directly related to the construction, maintenance and operation of utilities, streets, transportation and equipment related to municipal operations; and
  • A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized post-secondary institution with major course work in Engineering, Business Administration, Public Administration, Construction Management, Urban Planning or a related field is preferred or a certificate in Engineering Technology from a recognized post-secondary institution.
  • Holds a valid certification in Water Distribution II, Wastewater Treatment I, Wastewater Collection II or the ability to obtain;
  • Certification in Manager of Landfill Operations and Storm Water Management or ability to obtain;
  • Valid Class 5 Drivers License; and
  • Clear Criminal Record Check.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Annual Salary: $105,082 to $121,819 (2023 rates) dependent on knowledge and experience as per existing A4 City of Melville Out of Scope Policy.

Some of the key benefits the City of Melville offers its employees are a Health and Wellness benefit program, a Defined Benefit Pension Plan, 4 Day work week and a positive working environment.

HOW TO APPLY

This job posting will remain open until the position is filled.

Candidates for this position are invited to submit applications detailing qualifications, experience, education and references to:

Joleen Tuchscherer, City Manager
City of Melville
Box 1240 Melville, SK S0A 2P0
Phone: (306) 728-6844
Email: jtuchscherer@melville.ca

The City of Melville thanks all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

To view a complete job description for the Director of Public Works and Planning position, please visit the City of Melville website at www.melville.ca.

2/13/2024