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Be proud to work for the Town of Hawkesbury

As any municipality, the Town of Hawkesbury offers a wide variety of jobs in different areas. Our job is to provide quality services to our 11,000 citizens. Each employee works in a healthy, safe, productive and harmonious environment.

We offer rewarding career opportunities, jobs that will take into account not only the improvement of your quality of life, but that of our entire community. Your work involvement will help your neighbors, local businesses and visitors, while helping make Hawkesbury one of the best cities of the United Counties of Prescott and Russell in which to live.

Join our team!

Let's be proud to work for our community!

Let's be worthy of the trust of our fellow citizens!

I choose to work for the Town of Hawkesbury

  • To become involved in my community and contribute to its development
  • To tackle stimulating challenges
  • To benefit from attractive career prospects
  • To evolve in an environment that promotes learning and development of expertise
  • To enjoy competitive benefits
  • To be part of a dynamic environment within a human scale

Become an employee of the Town

With some 200 permanent, casual and seasonal employees, the Town of Hawkesbury is one of the most important employers in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell.

What you should know

Criminal record check

You will be required to work with vulnerable groups of the population. Thus, all applicants must provide a criminal record vulnerable sector check on the day of the interview.

To obtain your criminal record check, you must contact your district police. It takes time, thus your request must be made well before the interview.

Documents required at hiring

The following documents must be presented on request:

  • Social Insurance Card
  • Driver’s License
  • Health Insurance Card
  • Criminal record check (dated no longer than 3 months prior to the date when it has been requested)
  • Cancelled cheque (payroll is only done by direct deposit)
  • Copies of Diplomas required mentioned in the job advertised (original documents must be scanned in color and sent with Resume)

Job Postings

Please note that if there are no job postings, there are no opportunities of employment for the moment.

In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, the information gathered is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, R.S.O. 2001, c. M.25 and will be used to select a candidate.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, the Corporation of the Town of Hawkesbury agrees to recognize the different needs and to provide an accessible place to all.

The Corporation of the Town of Hawkesbury promotes equal opportunity. The Corporation of the Town of Hawkesbury would like to thank all those who apply. However, only the applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

The masculine form is used without discrimination and refers also to the feminine form.

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Recreation and Culture Department is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Aquafitness Instructor to plan and instruct aquatic fitness classes at the Robert Hartley Sports Complex.


Schedule

  • Variable (weekdays, weeknights)

Requirements

  • Certification and experience in aquafit
  • Current National Lifeguard Certification, an asset
  • Current General First Aid Certification with CPR-C
  • Available weekdays and week nights
  • Must be fluent in both French and English

Salary

According to the Collective Agreement presently in force

Other Details

Unionized position

Part time

You must complete the form included on this page and submit your curriculum vitae as well as your cover letter.

 

BUILDING INSPECTOR

Technical Services

(Full-time unionized position)

 

Under the immediate supervision of the Chief Building Official, the successful applicant is responsible for the study and analysis of construction plans for recommendation to the Chief Building Official for the issuance of construction or renovation permits and is responsible for required inspections in compliance with the Building Code and in accordance with the applicable policies and by-laws.

 

Requirements

-                   Excellent capacity to communicate orally and verbally in French and English. The work environment is francophone.

-                   Post-secondary Diploma in architecture or equivalent

-                   In the process of obtaining or hold the Chief Building Official (CBO) certification under the Ontario Building Code Act

-                   Experience in the field of construction and inspection

-                   Experience in municipal management of buildings

-                   Three to five years of relevant experience

-                   Extensive knowledge of the Ontario Building Code Act and of the related provincial and municipal regulations 

-                   Capacity to read and interpret construction plans and specifications, both residential and commercial

-                   Technical knowledge of construction, of trends and good practices

-                   Knowledge of the Fire Code, an asset

-                   Very good knowledge of the Microsoft suite and ability to work in a technological environment

-                   Hold a Valid driver’s licence

-                   Interpersonal skills, ability to communicate with the public, good judgment

 

Salary

From $ 1080.99 to $ 1169.11 per week, according to the Collective Agreement presently in effect.

 

Please send your letter of interest and your résumé no later than July 3rd, 2022 through our website.

BY-LAW OFFICER - 2022-05-25 (extension)

(Full time permanent position)

variable schedule of 40 hours per week (day, evening, weekend)

 

Under the supervision of the Building Chief Official, the Officer is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Corporation of the Town of Hawkesbury’s municipal by-laws and provincial laws related to public safety.

 

Skills and knowledge

·         Certification of Municipal Law Enforcement Officer or in the process of obtaining

·         An asset, Property Standard Certificate (Ontario Association of Property Standards Officer)

·         Thorough knowledge of construction standards, combined with experience in interpreting and enforcing municipal by-laws, legal court procedures, laws and regulations

·         Managing multiple files simultaneously, demonstrate an analytical mind, great organizational skills, an ease in writing detailed reports and a good team spirit

·         Great ability to resolve conflicts and promote the integrity of legislation and regulations for the overall image of the Council and of the municipality

·         Responsibility to enforce laws and regulations, be able to represent authority, demonstrate tact and diplomacy at all times. 

 

Other requirements

§  Hold a postsecondary diploma in construction, building inspections or related field

§  Three to five years of experience in a related field

§  Hold a level I of the Ontario Association of Property Standards Officer, an asset

§  Hold a valid Class G Driver’s License in good standing

§  Excellent knowledge of French and English mandatory (oral and written). Work environment is francophone

§  Experience in the interpretation and application of Municipal By-Laws

§  Carried out community patrols, publics security or any other relevant experience

§  Knowledge of investigation practices and procedures

§  Thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications

§  Interpersonal skills, ability to communicate with the public, good judgment

 

Start is planned for end of June 2022.

 

Remuneration

From $1150.43 to $1244.27 weekly according to the Collective Agreement presently in effect.

 

Email your letter of presentation and résumé, through our website, no later than June 12th, 2022.

 

Reporting to the Director of Public Works and Engineering, the candidate participates in the sound management of the Technical Services capital projects and respects rigorous professional standards in order to ensure safety and public wellbeing. Plays an advisory role in the infrastructure projects management.

 

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY

·        Defines needs by drafting technical quotes for collaborative tenders and evaluates bids with the various departments involved.

·        Supervises and inspects the work to ensure the quality of the material and respect of the contract’s conditions.

·        Provides an advisory role in maintaining asset records and long-term planning.

·        Participates in the preparation of Technical Services capital budgets.

·        Prepare any grant or funding application that would apply to planned or approved projects.

·        Ensures proper management of the implementation of work, delivery and deadlines of projects.

·        Acts as a Project Manager for major projects in the municipality.

·        Represents the municipality with agencies and government programs on capital projects.

·        Update our capital management structure as well as other relevant electronic files.

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

  • ·        College diploma in civil engineering or technical training, management or other relevant field
  • ·        Minimum 3 years' experience in a similar function including project management and quality control
  • ·        Knowledge of Municipal Laws, methods and acquisition process of goods and services, and Ontario provincial standards for roads and public works, an asset
  • ·        Share, adopt and demonstrate the mission and values of the Municipality in order to be its spokeperson
  • ·        Strong people skills at all levels
  • ·        Be results-oriented and with a goal to maintain quality of service.  Demonstrate excellent overview
  • ·        Great planning and organizing skills
  • ·        Excel in customer service, autonomy and meeting deadlines
  • ·        Rigorous, meticulous and demonstrate great professional work ethic
  • ·        Knowledge of project management, asset management and civil engineering for a municipality
  • ·        Capacity to express and simplify financial data, assets technical needs and concepts of project management
  • ·        Have training or experience in project management with a recognized or accredited institution, an asset
  • ·        Fluently bilingual -French and English, both orally and in writing.  Work environment is French
  • ·        Proficiency in MS Office particularly Word Software

 

SALARY

This permanent full time position (35 hours/week) has a salary range from $64,128 to $78,017 annually.  The Town offers a very attractive complete range of benefits.

 

Send your cover letter and resume by email no later than July 3rd, 2022

Occasional position, part time, callback list

  

You enjoy teamwork and want to use your skills and knowledge to serve the citizen of the Town of Hawkesbury? We want to build a staff bank to meet the temporary needs of our team.

Reporting to the Manager of Municipal facilities, the General Helper assists regular staff in the clean up, preparation of recreational areas, repairs and maintenance of facilities, properties and equipment. Part of your duties will be to attend municipal facility operations, transport equipment, furnishings, or equipment for special events within the Town. You will also be required to work outdoors for the maintenance of municipal, sports and recreational installations.

 

PROFILE

You are known for your manual skills, versatility, initiative and responsibility.

Requirements

  •  High School Diploma
  • One (1) year of relevant experience

  • Good physical condition

  • Have a Class "G" driver's license

  • Bilingualism (French and English)

 The work environment is francophone.

 Skills

  •  Ability to operate small equipment
  • Be self-reliant and resourceful

  • Team player

  • Easy to work with a various clientele

 Remuneration

 $17.67 hourly

Submit your cover letter and curriculum vitae.  We will accept applications all year with the intention to building a convenient callback list.

 

 

 

 

 

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Recreation and Culture Department is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Lifeguard to supervised the indoor public pool

Schedule

  • Variable (days and or evenings and or weekends)

Requirements

  • Current National Lifeguard Certification
  • Current Standard First Aid / CPR C
  • Current Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification, an asset
  • Reliable and responsible
  • Must be fluent in both English and French

Salary

According to the Collective Agreement presently in force

Other Details

Unionized position

Part-time position

You must complete the form included on this page and submit your curriculum vitae as well as your cover letter.

 

OE -  OPERATOR - 2022-06-30

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE

Certification for Water Treatment and Distribution and Wastewater Treatment

 

Under the authority of the Superintendent of the Environmental Service, the operator is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Water Treatment Plant (treatment and distribution) and the Wastewater Treatment Plant.  The operator is also responsible to monitor and operate computerized controlled systems and related equipment in the Treatment Plant.  He executes his work in accordance with the requirements established by the Ministry of the Environment of Ontario.

 

Schedule

-              Shifts including week ends

 

Requirements

-              High School Diploma

-              Possess the appropriate certification as per the Ministry of the Environment of Ontario’s regulations or the equivalent

-              Have two (2) years of relevant experience

-              Manual skills in mechanic and equipment maintenance

-              Ability to read and interpret control devices

-              Knowledge and experience in laboratory

-              Knowledge in computers (EXCEL and SCADA System)

-              Be on call on rotation

-              Must live within 25 minutes of the workplace

-              Hold a valid driver’s licence

-              Bilingualism (French and English).  Please note that the working environment is French.

-              Initiative and autonomy

 

Salary

This full-time permanent unionized position has a salary wage starting at 23.57$ according to the Collective Agreement presently in force. Note that the salary is adjusted upon obtaining new certifications – class 1-4 in the different skill area.

 

Please send your covering letter and résumé by email no later than on July 31st, 2022.

 

OE - FIREFIGHTER – 2022 – 06 – 29

 7th FF - Fire Department

(Full-time position, an average of 42 hours per week)

 

Internal/external (priority to internal candidates)

 

Willing to fight fires, respond to emergency calls and perform dispatch functions within a team working environment? Are you bilingual and able to clearly communicate in French both with teammates and citizens? Do you care about citizens’ safety and enjoying fire prevention? Are you able to work shifts in rotation, including nights, weekends and public holidays? Join our dedicated team of career firefighters and volunteer firefighters in protecting our citizens in emergency situations.  It’s minimally one position performing firefighter’s replacements.  When permanent or temporary firefighter vacancy occurs, the 7th firefighter can be assigned to do the appropriate replacement

 

Qualifications and requirements

 

·         Must be bilingual (French and English, oral / written)

·         Must be eighteen (18) years of age

·         Hold a High School Diploma or equivalent

·         Hold a valid DZ Ontario driver’s license or equivalent

·         Have five (5) years’ experience in a structured fire department

·         Comply with the physical requirements of the employment

·         Comply with medical requirements at the time of the medical exam

·         Possess IFSAC or PRO BOARD NFPA 1001 Firefighter level 2 or the Quebec Education Ministry Firefighter Diploma 5191 or 5322

·         Possess IFSAC or PRO BOARD NFPA 472 or 1072 Hazardous Materials Operational level or the Quebec Education Ministry Firefighter Diploma 5191 or 5322

·         Possess IFSAC or PRO BOARD NFPA 1002 Pump operator or the Quebec Education Ministry Firefighter Diploma 5191 or 5322

·         Possess an Emergency Medical First Responder certificate from the Canadian Red Cross or equivalent

·         Reside within a non-prejudicial delay to emergency calls and reside for all the employment duration and be available to respond to emergency calls within prescribed time limit.

 

  

Qualifications considered major assets

 

·         IFSAC or PRO BOARD NFPA 1031 Inspector or the Quebec Education Ministry Firefighter Diploma 5191 or 5322

·         IFSAC or PRO BOARD NFPA 1021 Fire Officer level 1

·         IFSAC or PRO BOARD NFPA 1041 Emergency Services Instructor level 1Pump operators or the Quebec Education Ministry Firefighter Diploma 5191 or 5322

·         IFSAC or PRO BOARD NFPA 1061 Emergency Telecommunicator level 1

·         IMS or ICS 100 and 200.

 

 

Send your covering letter, resume, and appropriate certificates by email at no later than July 29, 2022.

 

For more information, please refer to the French posting.

SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD (external continious posting)

(part time position, on call)

 Competition: BRIG

Reporting to the Deputy Clerk, the school crossing guard ensures the safety and wellbeing of all pedestrians as they cross a street near primary schools in the territory of Corporation of the Town of Hawkesbury.

RESPONSIBILITY 

  • Analyze the environment to determine the danger zone, assess and stop traffic safely
  • Give children safety instructions and ensure they are respected
  • Control dangerous behaviour of children during crossing of the street
  • Collaborate in school safety campaigns
  • Perform any other task related to its function and/or required by its immediate supervisor    (e.g. special events)

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Bilingualism (French and English)
  • Knowledge of traffic and safety rules
  • Responsible, punctual, cautious and vigilent
  • Excellent visual and hearing acuity
  • Physical condition necessary (standing work)
  • Having one (1) year of relevant experience with such clientele, an asset
  • First aid training, an asset
  • Autonomy

SALARY :

$24.49 hourly

NORMAL HOURS OF WORK

Depending on the street, crossing guards work between 7h30 and 9h00 in the morning also between 14h15 and 16h00 in the afternoon.

You must complete the form included on this page and submit your curriculum vitae as well as your cover letter.

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