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Job Posting No. 2023.04

Labourer–Recreation & Facilities

Reporting to the Director of Recreation and Facilities or designate, this employee performs diversified work of a
manual and technical nature. The Recreation Labourer is primarily responsible for facilitating events/rentals and
ensuring recreation facilities are set-up, clean and safe for use for Recreation Patrons. Most duties of this position
are flexibly scheduled and of a time sensitive nature. All recreation operations positions work together as part of a
team and there are significant overlaps in responsibilities within the Operations team as well as within specific
positions. Duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Facility resource set-up and take-downs for various events and functions including set up and take down of chairs, tables, dishes, audio-visual equipment, etc.
  • Perform a variety of maintenance, custodial and janitorial tasks(indoors and outdoors)to ensure municipal facilities are maintained to established standards including the maintenance of facilities and necessary tools and equipment.
  • Ensuring that all work performed is in accordance with safety standards set forth in WorkSafeBC’s
    occupational health & safety manual and that regulations are adhered to including the use of Personal
    Protective Equipment; and
  • Demonstrating continuous effort to improve operations, streamline work processes and work cooperatively towards an efficient and effective work environment.
  • Completion of Grade 12 and a valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License
  • Applicants should have the physical ability to do a variety of work involving bending, lifting, and moving of heavy and light objects
  • Certificate in Arena Operations, Pool Operations, or Building Service Worker would be considered an asset
  • This position is considered a position of trust within the Municipality and the successful applicant must successfully pass a Police Information Check

Full-time; Permanent, 40 hours per week; shift work (including evenings and weekends may be required)


Labourer (Recreation): $30.77–$33.95 per hour as per the collective agreement. A 90% probationary rate may be applicable depending on the applicant’s current status.

How to Apply

A complete job description is attached to the posting file on our website at under Careers
and applicants are encouraged to review it prior to applying. Please apply with your resume and cover letter via 
mail or e-mail to:

Erin La Vale, CPHR
Deputy CAO/Director of Human Resources
Bag Service 399 | Fort Nelson, BC | V0C 1R0

Opportunity will remain open until 4:30 pm on Tuesday, March 7, 2022.

Please include an email address so we may contact you to acknowledge receipt of your application. Please see the job description for a full position description and a list of the qualifications, required knowledge, education and skills necessary to perform the job.

 The Northern Rockies Regional Municipality is an equal opportunity employer.
This is a bargaining unit position and the recruitment process is governed by the Collective Agreement
between the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality and CUPE 2167.