City Manager

City Manager

City of Martensville
Location: Martensville, SK

Reporting to the mayor and council, the City Manager is the administrative head of the municipality, ensures that the policies and programs of the municipality are implemented, advises and informs the Council on the operation and affairs of the municipality, and performs the duties and functions and exercises the powers assigned to a City Manager by this and other enactments or assigned by Council.

A qualified candidate will possess a post-secondary degree in a relevant discipline such as Business Administration, Commerce or Public Administration or a degree in a related municipal function such as Planning, Engineering, Recreation, or Social Services. A Masters in Business or Public Administration is preferred. Additionally, Certified Local Government Manager status is preferred.

They will also need:

  • A minimum of 7 – 10 years of extensive and/or progressive senior leadership experience in a local government setting or an equivalent combination of training and experience in other relevant settings.
  • A positive record of working effectively with elected officials or boards of governors, local government staff, community volunteers, board and committees, and public participation processes.
  • Proven experience in strategic planning, organization development and achieving results in building teams and effective employee relations.
  • Exposure to implementing development plans, capital works and infrastructure programs.
  • Experience in a multi-dimensional service organization with proven ability to provide focus and leadership, adapting and integrating planning, policy and program initiatives.
  • A proven track record of accomplishments and career advancement.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. If suitable Canadian citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, other individuals will be considered.

Please send your application to

Deputy Clerk

Type: Permanent Full-Time, Non-Union
Salary: $59,523.69 to $70,040.54 annually and a Competitive Benefits Package
Hours of work: 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday
Department: Clerk’s Department

The Municipality of Trent Lakes is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Clerk.


  • Post-Secondary Diploma in Legal, Business Administration, Public Administration, Political Science or equivalent.
  • Minimum of three years of previous experience in municipal government in a related field or equivalent.
  • Completion of AMCTO Municipal Administration Program and Municipal Law Program is an asset.
  • Knowledge of municipal government processes and parliamentary procedures.
  • Experience with TOMRMS or other Records Management Systems.
  • Knowledge of purchasing and tendering processes and principles.
  • Previous experience of knowledge of local, provincial, and federal laws including the Municipal Act (MA), Municipal Elections Act (MEA), Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA), Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), Commissioner for Taking Affidavits Act, Marriage Act, Vital Statistics Act, etc.

The full job description is available at

Let us know why you would be an excellent team member by submitting your application.

Applications must be clearly marked “Deputy Clerk” and will be received in confidence no later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, March 31, 2023. Please submit your resume to the Human Resources Coordinator, Municipality of Trent Lakes, 760 Peterborough County Road 36, Trent Lakes, Ontario K0M 1A0. E-mail submissions are acceptable at

We thank all candidates for their interest however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Candidates are encouraged to inform us of any accommodating requests so that they can be dealt with throughout the recruitment process. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used only to evaluate the suitability of applicants for employment.

Supervisor, Harbours

POSITION ID: 1301-001                                                                                                                                                                                  CALL NO. 23-3110

Job Designation:                   Supervisor, Harbours

Department:                            Parks and Open Space

Job Details:                              Permanent Full Time (Non-Union)

Salary Range:                          $93,386 – $112,110

Closing Date:                           Applications for this position must be received at no later than 11:59pm on April 7, 2023.

We offer:

  • A defined benefit pension plan (OMERS)
  • Comprehensive health plan complemented with life and disability insurance
  • A progressive work environment that promotes a work/life balance and strives to be a great place for great people to do great things

Reporting to the Director, Parks and Open Space, this position is responsible for the supervision, planning and scheduling of all resources necessary to carry out harbour services and maintenance activities related to both the Oakville and Bronte Harbours (including leasing, launch, haul and storage).

What can I expect to do in this role?

As the Supervisor, Harbours you will:

  • Supervise, delegate, and oversee work carried out by staff (full-time, temporary, and part-time) and contractors to ensure it is performed effectively and efficiently and in accordance with town or departmental maintenance standards, levels of service, specifications, policies, procedures and legislated requirements;
  • Select, motivate, train, manage and evaluate staff, and schedule work according to priorities; review employee performance on a regular basis and take corrective/disciplinary action, as required;
  • Track, report, record and document on a daily basis harbour activities and costs;
  • Respond to, investigate and follow up with inquiries/requests for service/complaints from the general public, mooring tenants, emergency services, other departments, senior management and members of council;
  • Respond to and oversee cleanup of spills and accidents with appropriate reporting and documentation to other authorities as required (e.g. Halton Region, Ministry of Environment, etc.);
  • Assist the Director, Parks and Open Space in the annual development of tender specifications, cost estimates and budgets for Harbour Operations and maintenance activities; prepare the annual harbours operating and capital budgets, including all expenditures, revenues and recommending annual pricing strategies; and develop and implement the Harbours business plans;
  • Train and instruct new and existing workers to perform job functions properly and safely with the use of tools and equipment;
  • Schedule and oversee development, maintenance, capital programs (including assisting in the preparation of specifications and meeting with and scheduling of contractors), purchasing of supplies and equipment and overseeing and auditing of service contracts as appropriate;
  • Oversee the leasing of mooring slips, launch, haul and storage services provided by the Town at both Oakville and Bronte Harbours including the contract creation and administration;
  • Oversee the scheduling of work orders, working with customers to co-ordinate services and adjusting the schedule (as may be necessary) to ensure that all services are rendered;
  • Respond to and oversee the Clean Marine Program through the MOE – Hazardous Waste Information Network;
  • Assist with preparation and presentation of the business plan, cost estimates for new developments and expansion using current and forward-thinking technology;
  • Coordinate requests from Boat Clubs, Organizations, and harbour stakeholders as they pertain to the Harbours operation and surrounding parkland;
  • Provide feedback and oversee facilities maintenance and security for internal and external organizations and authorities, not limited to, Oakville Fire, HVAC Compliance, Electrical Standards Compliance;
  • Oversee the efficiency and accuracy of the administration of the Harbours including preparation of correspondence, presentations, brochures, publications and related material; maintenance of all records, paper and electronic related to data logs and mooring allocations for Oakville and Bronte Harbours; implementation and administration, in conjunction with the Information Systems and Solutions Department, of the harbours computer software system; data entry and preparation of reports; data and information research; and processing of harbours accounts receivable;
  • Assist in the development of by-laws for harbours section; may represent the town on harbour issues to other municipalities, government organizations and relevant parties;
  • Assume additional hours, attend evening meetings, and special events and rotate on-call duties for overnights and weekends throughout the year as required.

How do I qualify?

Ideally, you have a post-secondary education in business administration or a related field of study from a recognized institution and you have completed the Canadian Power and Sail Squadron Safe Boating certification. Your formal education is augmented by progressively responsible positions that have resulted in outstanding leadership complemented by a highly developed understanding of municipal government and service delivery. You also have developed familiarity with operating and capital budgets, strategic business plans, and contract administration and possess technical knowledge related to harbours as well as an in-depth understanding of harbour management practices and operations. You also hold a valid and unrestricted Ontario Driver’s license Class G minimum with a driving record that demonstrates responsible and safe driving behaviour. A satisfactory criminal record check dated within the last 30 days is also a condition of employment.

In addition, your experience includes:

  • Possessing functional and technical knowledge and skills to do the job at a high level of accomplishment; picking up technical knowledge quickly;
  • Meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers/residents; using resident feedback to improve services and acting with residents in mind;
  • Being approachable and able to build rapport well; a good listener, sensitive and patient;
  • Stepping up to conflicts, reading situations quickly to find common ground and get cooperation;
  • Being cool under pressure handling stress well and are a settling influence under pressure in a crisis;
  • Writing clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings and styles; getting messages across that have the desired effect;
  • Using resources (people, funding, material, support) effectively and efficiently to get things done;
  • Assigning responsibility for tasks and decisions; setting clear objectives, measuring processes necessary to get things done; monitoring process, progress and results, designing feedback loops into work; ensuring work complies with formal procedures and regulations;
  • Figuring out the processes necessary to get things done; knowing how to organize people and activities; understanding how to separate and combine tasks into an efficient workflow; knowing what to measure and how to measure it; recognizing opportunities for synergy and integration where others can’t; simplifying complex processes; getting more out of fewer resources;
  • Being action-oriented and seizing opportunities;
  • Focusing on what is important, eliminating roadblocks and using own time and the time of others effectively;
  • Providing information people need to know to do their jobs; providing individuals with timely information so that they can make accurate decisions;
  • Treating staff equitably and fairly;
  • Dealing firmly and effectively in a timely manner with staffing issues; not allowing problems to fester and making difficult decisions in the best interest of the organization;
  • Demonstrating values and ethics in personal behaviour in keeping with corporate values; is widely trusted; keeping confidences, admitting mistakes and representing self truthfully;
  • Seeking clarification and direction from and making effective recommendations to the Director, as required;
  • Translating unit direction into concrete activities, developing work plans with a thorough understanding of the functional area and communicating plans with clarity and commitment;
  • Promoting collaboration among staff; encouraging and incorporating creativity and learning; providing effective forums for staff to express ideas, views, and concerns individually and as a team;
  • Applying sound judgment and evidence-based decision-making in a timely manner; making decisions sometimes with incomplete information and under tight deadlines and pressure; being cognizant of decisions that may be politically sensitive;
  • Implementing strategies to achieve operational efficiencies and value for money;
  • Applying and monitoring rigorous systems for financial information management, internal audit, and evaluation in compliance with corporate policies and procedures;
  • Fulfilling legal obligations and policy requirements.

Core Knowledge Required for Success:

In addition, your experience demonstrates the following Supervisor leadership competencies:

  • Strategic Thinking – innovating through analysis and ideas
  • Engagement – mobilizing people, organizations, partners
  • Management excellence – delivering results through action management, people management and financial and asset management
  • Accountability and Respect – serving with integrity and respect

Click Competency Profile to view the competencies for this Supervisor level.

Corporate Values:

Teamwork, accountability, dedication, honesty, innovation and respect

DATED: March 17, 2023

This job profile reflects the general requirements necessary to perform the principal functions of the job. This does not include all of the work requirements of the job. Applicants are required to demonstrate through their application and in the interview process that their qualifications match those specified. Applicants may also be required to undergo testing.

We thank all applicants and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Successful candidates will abide by Ontario Health & Safety Legislation and follow Corporate Health & Safety Policies.
The Town of Oakville is an equal-opportunity employer
Personal information collected from applications and resumes is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, and will be used to determine qualifications for employment. Questions about this collection of information should be directed to Human Resource Services, 1225 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, Ontario L6H 0H3

Team Leader – Civic Affairs

Lakeshore is a beautiful Municipality situated in southern Ontario along Lake St. Clair. Lakeshore is a great place to live, work and play. The Municipality has a population of 40,000 and is one of the fastest growing communities in Southern Ontario. The Municipality enjoys a temperate climate year round with more than 200 growing days. Lakeshore’s affordable lakefront community enjoys over 35 km of waterfront, low taxes, a high quality of life and abundant recreational opportunities with many family friendly parks, recreation programs, a multi-use recreation centre, the Atlas Tube Recreation Centre including pools, 3 ice pads, gyms, and much more. The Municipality services infrastructure extending over 537 kms of roads, 37 parks and conservation areas, 2 water treatment plants, several pumping stations, solid waste collection, pollution control and many kilometres of utility infrastructure. Find out more about Lakeshore at

The Municipality has an employment opportunity for a full time:

The Team Leader – Civic Affairs is responsible for the development and administration of the Licensing, Vital Statistics and Records Management programs as part of the Civic Affairs team. The Team Leader will develop and implement policies, programs and procedures for municipal licensing programs, including the development of a new lottery licensing program for OLG permits (new program beginning 2023). This position will also administer and develop policies for the corporate Records Management program, including ongoing training programs.

Some Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills required include:

  • University degree in Political Science, Public Policy, Public Administration or a related discipline or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • 3 years supervisory experience
  • Experience supervising in a unionized environment would be an asset.
  • Demonstrated experience in licensing coordination, meeting management, records management (minimum of 4 years)
  • Experience using eScribe agenda software and Laserfiche
  • Proficiency using Laserfiche, permit software, TOMRMS records management system, etc. would be an asset.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage politically sensitive issues, including confidential closed session materials

For the full job description, visit Employment Opportunities on the Municipality of Lakeshore website. If interested in the position, apply to the job posting at before Friday, March 24th, 2023, at 4:00 pm.



Planning Services Assistant

Planning Services Assistant

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury offers a return to small town charm while being one of the country’s fastest growing communities. We are a vibrant, thriving community that possesses a sense of pride and where community spirit prevails. Our town is committed to being a complete and healthy community where there are opportunities for everyone to contribute and to benefit.

Reporting to the Planning Services Coordinator, we are looking for a highly motivated professional to contribute to the Community Planning division.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensures that planning applications are processed, opened and catalogued expeditiously
  • Ensures that planning documents are current and available (ie, Zoning By-law, Official Plan, application forms)
  • Responsible for records management of all departmental records and correspondence
  • Acts as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Committee of Adjustment including organizing meetings, providing guidance to staff, applicants and the committee regarding the administrative requirements of the Committee
  • Reviews and tracks development agreements initiated by the Committee of Adjustment, surveys of road widening, undertakings and other legal documents
  • Respond to general inquiries and perform other duties as assigned.

Key Competencies and Qualifications

  • Candidates will have a diploma or degree in Urban and Regional Planning or Geography
  • One year related experience in a municipal planning department or planning consulting firm
  • Working knowledge of TOMRMS (The Ontario Municipal Records Management System)
  • Knowledge of the Committee of Adjustment process, municipal administration process, particularly planning administration and of the Planning Act, Official Plans, and Zoning Bylaws
  • Must be able to promote a culture of inclusiveness and work with a diverse population of employees, participants, agencies and the public
  • Ability to work in a high-pressure environment meeting tight deadlines established by the Planning Act
  • Ability to communicate effectively, professionally and courteously with all levels of staff, applicants and the general public
  • Ability to be productive in a team environment, possess strong conflict resolution skills and have demonstrated proficiency with information technology.

The position offers a salary range of $52,600 to $65,750 (2023 rates) plus a competitive benefit package and an option for flexible work arrangements.

To explore these challenging opportunities further, we invite qualified applicants to forward their resume and covering letter in confidence, quoting file number 2023-PA03 by March 29, 2023, to:

Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Human Resources Department
125 Simcoe Road, P.O. Box 160, Bradford, Ontario L3Z 2A8
Fax: 905 775-8633 or email

We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, and will only be used for candidate selection.
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is committed to equity in employment. As an equal-opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. We encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, persons with disabilities, and those who identify as LGBTQ2S+.
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is committed to providing accommodations based on any human rights-protected grounds and in accordance with the AODA, throughout the recruitment and selection process. If you require accommodation, please notify us when contacted for an interview and we will work with you to meet your needs.

Senior Executive Advisor

The Opportunity 

The City of Grande Prairie is looking for a Senior Executive Advisor to support the organization’s executives, including the Chief of Staff, Chief Financial Officer, or Chief Investment Officer. As the first point of contact, the Senior Executive Advisor represents the Chief Officer’s office by communicating and interacting with senior administration, elected officials, other levels of government, outside agencies, internal staff, and the public respectfully and professionally. The Senior Executive Advisor leads, develops, and implements processes, procedures, and policies relevant to the functional area’s effective oversight and continued development. They support the service area by administrating strategic projects from initiation through completion, including corporate strategic project capacity assessment, stakeholder engagement, business process analysis, and change management. The Senior Executive Advisor must exercise good judgment, handle sensitive situations, and deal with the area’s business expeditiously. This often requires handling highly confidential information and exercising appropriate tact and diplomacy. An ability to research and analyze facts and circumstances, make timely decisions, and take ownership and accountability for all areas of responsibility, are required. This position requires an energetic, detail-oriented individual with exceptional planning and organization skills who can multi-task, be flexible, and meet stringent deadlines. Keen political and business acumen is required for optimal performance.

Main Responsibilities 

Chief Officer Support 

  • Anticipates the needs of the senior executives by connecting and making sense of diverse information from multiple sources.
  • Research, prepare, and process clear, concise, detailed briefing material, reports, and letters for senior executives, elected officials, and others as required.
  • Communicates direction from the Chief Officer to Directors within the service area.
  • Provides strategic advice to the service area and the Chief Officer.

Strategic Objectives and Planning 

  • Identifies strategies, gains approval, and leads the implementation of continuous improvement initiatives to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of City services.
  • Facilitates the development/review of departmental business plans, ensuring the inclusion of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that align with the Corporate Framework and link to established corporate priorities.
  • Collaborates with the Director of Executive Services & Strategy and other Senior Executive Advisors to provide input into the development and monitoring of corporate strategy/plan methodologies, templates, and tools, while ensuring alignment with Council’s Strategic plan.
  • Oversees the management of special projects to ensure timelines and outcomes are achieved, appropriate risk identification and mitigation is completed, appropriate change management strategies are utilized, financial performance, including project budgets, is achieved, and the overall project is documented and reported to stakeholders, the Corporate Leadership Team and as appropriate, City Council.

Other Duties

  • Provides budget analysis and ensures financial reporting requirements are completed. Applies asset management methodologies to ensure strong fiscal stewardship of public funds.
  • Develop and present reports to senior management, employees, stakeholders, and Council as required.

You Bring

  • A bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or equivalent.
  • Five (5) years of directly related work experience, including at least two (2) years in a senior executive support capacity.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Demonstrated ability to build effective relations externally (vendors, suppliers, citizens) and internally (vertically and horizontally).
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication, research, and analytical skills.
  • Financial and business acumen.
  • Exceptional customer service.
  • Ability to work independently, aware of when to collaborate and work as a team.
  • Experience with a variety of technologies (Visio, Microsoft Office Suite, HRIS, Financial Systems).
  • Experience in the public sector is preferred that demonstrates an understanding of legislative requirements, best practices, and financial reporting.


F Band $48.97-$60.13 per hour.

Selection Process

Submit a cover letter and resume using the “Apply Now” tab on the following link:  City of Grande Prairie – Senior Executive Advisor

This posting will be open until a suitable candidate(s) is/are found.

We thank you in advance for your interest. Those selected for an interview will be contacted by phone or email. Additionally, we will email those who did not make it to the interview stage within 60 days of the closing date of this job posting.

Applicants from this recruitment may be used to fill additional Senior Executive Advisor positions.


Chief Administration Officer (CAO)

Chief Administration Officer (CAO) – Town of Bruderheim

Position Overview:

The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is responsible for the overall administration of municipal operations in accordance with the objectives, policies, and plans approved by the Town Council. The position is responsible for ensuring quality services are delivered to the Town of Bruderheim as outlined in the Municipal Government Act.


  1. Lead the development, implementation and evaluation of long term strategic and capital planning for the Town of Bruderheim:
    • Lead strategic and capital planning processes, while ensuring appropriate decision making and documentation.
    • As the key advisor and strategist to Council, report on corporate priorities and cultivate a collaborative approach to strategic planning.
    • Ensure there are protocols in place that provides Council, staff, and the public with timely reports on the administration of the municipality
    • Bridge between Town Administration and Town Council to ensure long term capital and strategic plans are implemented, evaluated and relevant.
    • Ensure the public has adequate input into the development and maintenance of long-term planning for the Town.
    • Oversee the development of bylaws, policies, and procedures.
    • Coordinate and attend Council meetings.
  1. Represent the Town of Bruderheim on all inter-municipal and regional groups for the purpose of ensuring the interests and concerns of the Town’s residents and local businesses are well represented:
    • Develop and maintain an effective relationship with the Provincial Government, other local municipal governments, and municipal association officials.
    • Represent the Town at conferences, events, and other functions to advocate on Council’s strategic objectives.
    • Work with Council and Administration to identify and address community and corporate opportunities.
  1. Direct, train and supervise Town staff for the purpose of ensuring effective and efficient services to town residents and local businesses:
    • Provide executive leadership and strategic direction to all departmental heads.
    • Coach, mentor, support and advise staff as required.
  1. Oversee the financial management and accounting of the Town of Bruderheim for the purpose of ensuring the budget of Bruderheim is managed responsibly:
    • Coordinate the accounting and budgeting processes for all town cost centres.
    • Ensure the various contracts (e.g., public works, administrative, etc.) are tendered out, evaluated, and fulfilled to the expectations of Town Council.
    • Monitor and report to Council the status of the operating and capital budgets and plans that were approved by Council as requested/required.


    • Related Post Secondary Degree in Public Administration or Business
    • A minimum of eight years municipal administrative leadership experience at a senior level, supplemented with extensive management and/or leadership training
    • Experience and skills required to provide strategic leadership to guide/motivate staff in the development of operating principles, service strategies and appropriate processes to achieve statutory and corporate strategic objectives
    • Inter-personal, communication and presentation skills to work with Council, staff, community and business leaders, the public and all orders of government
    • Ability to manage sensitive issues effectively. Ability to make decisions and provide direction on complex and emerging issues which may have substantial political, community, inter-municipal or administrative implications in an effective, professional and timely manner. Excellent knowledge of contract law, and negotiation tactics
    • Outstanding supervisory skills and administrative abilities in coordinating, directing, motivating, developing and evaluating staff
    • The ability to examine a budget, forecast a future budget, ensure the budget is adhered to and explain to Council, the ramifications of certain budget factors
    • Significant problem-solving abilities to lead the processes to set the vision and town policies to benefit the Town of Bruderheim, supervise Town Administration staff, and resolve issues for residents and local businesses on a daily basis
    • Knowledge of infrastructure operations is an asset

This position offers a competitive compensation program.

The Town of Bruderheim is a vibrant, dynamic, safe and caring community where the quality of life is second to none and diverse opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures abound.  It is our mission to build a model community which meets the demands of today’s residents while protecting for a bright future.

For more information visit Town of Bruderheim and review the Bruderheim Strategic Plan – 2022-2026

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume directly to

This competition will remain open until April 2, 2023

Town Clerk

The corporation of the Town of Arnprior invites applicants to apply for the position of:

Town Clerk

Posting Date: March 2, 2023
Job Type: Full-time, Permanent
Work Location: Town Hall
Salary: $78,761 – $92,660
Hours: 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday

The Town Clerk reports to the General Manager, Client Services/Treasurer and is a member of the Senior Management Team. The position will perform the statutory duties of the Municipal Clerk pursuant to the Municipal Act. The Town Clerk is responsible for managing the daily administration of the Clerk’s branch and provides leadership and supervision to the Clerk’s branch staff.

The primary responsibilities for this position include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Performs the statutory duties of Clerk pursuant to the Municipal Act.
  • Performs and oversees the Council secretariat function including preparing or directing the preparation of agendas, correspondence and supporting materials for meetings of Council and Committees of Council, coordinates minute taking and distribution, communicates Council’s
    decisions to applicable parties, and executes agreements, contracts, and by-laws on behalf of the Corporation as required by statute.
  • Conducts research, drafts policies/procedures, writes by-laws and resolutions, formulates recommendations, and provides advice and guidance to senior staff and Council.
  • Responsible for preparing, coordinating and conducting Municipal Elections in the capacity of Returning Officer under the Municipal Elections Act.
  • Responsible for records management of all corporate documents including by-laws, resolutions, agreements, deeds, agendas, minutes, and other documents that are required to be kept under the Clerk’s control on behalf of the corporation.
  • Responsible for all matters as MFIPPA Coordinator under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
  • Acts as Lottery Licensing Officer for the municipality and oversees all licensing functions related to lotteries, marriage, animal tags, patios, special events, etc. including reviewing applications, issuing licenses and ensuring compliance with provincial and by-law requirements.
  • Acts as the Local Registrar of Vital Statistics, Commissioner of Oaths, affidavits, etc.
  • Oversees all activities related to the Town’s municipal cemetery administration.
  • Acts as Secretary and resource person to the Arnprior Accessibility Advisory Committee and other committees as assigned.
  • Administers and maintains Procedure By-law and provides advice to Council and the CAO, regarding procedural matters.
  • Provides leadership and supervision to Clerk branch staff, manages the activities of the By-law Enforcement and Property Standards functions and provides oversight of the Town’s Crossing  Guard program.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of:

  • Diploma or degree in Public or Business Administration, Political Science, Law, related field or an equivalent educational background.
  • Minimum seven (7) years progressive experience in municipal government including at least three (3) years in a mid/senior level position with supervisory responsibilities and responsibility for administrative functions.
  • Firm knowledge of municipal government processes and administration, Council and Parliamentary procedure, municipal law and the Ontario Municipal Act.
  • Direct experience working with and writing administrative policies and procedures.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of corporate records management systems.
  • Working knowledge for providing customer services and being able to assess needs to meet effective service delivery standards.
  • Demonstrated ability to use reliable judgment and analytical problem-solving skills, and work in a confidential environment.
  • Detail-oriented and able to compile research and information.
  • Skilled writing to prepare concise reports, correspondence, and policy.
  • Strong verbal communication, presentation, and diplomacy skills.
  • Ability to work independently and in a Management team environment.
  • Must have a strong work ethic and be able to maintain standards of conduct and provide leadership, direction, and motivation to staff in a consistent and fair manner.
  • Excellent customer service/interpersonal skills and possess cultural and political awareness.
  • Strong organizational skills with a demonstrated ability to prioritize, coordinate work schedules, handle multiple projects and competing demands and meet deadlines.
  • Proficient computer skills and ability to use a variety of software applications including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and records management systems.
  • Ability to work irregular hours, and evenings to attend Council and Committee meetings as required.


  •  Working familiarity with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and related regulations.
  •  CMO (Certified Municipal Officer) and/or AOMC (Accredited Ontario Municipal Clerk) designation.
  • Experience preparing, coordinating and conducting Municipal Elections in the capacity of Returning Officer under the Municipal Elections Act.
  • Experience handling matters under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
  • Experience acting as the Local Registrar of Vital Statistics, Commissioner of Oaths, affidavits, etc.

Interested candidates are invited to submit an application in confidence by 3:00 pm on March 24, 2023, quoting “Town Clerk” attention to Human Resources by:

Mail: Town of Arnprior 105 Elgin St. W. Arnprior, ON K7S 0A8

The Town is committed to maintaining an equitable work environment and welcomes submissions from all qualified applicants. If you require a disability-related accommodation to participate in the recruitment process please email the Human Resources Officer at

If you require a disability-related accommodation to participate in the recruitment process please email Human Resources at All applicants are thanked for their interest. Internal and external candidates will be interviewed simultaneously. Only the candidate selected for an interview will be contacted. Information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of candidate selection.

Shop Foreman/Maintenance Director

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P.O. Box 150
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Arviat, Nunavut, X0C 0E0

 ᐅᖃᓘᑎᑯᑦ: 867-857-2841 – ᖃᕆᑕᐅᔭᒃᑯᑦ: – ᓱᒃᑲᔪᒃᑯᑦ: 867-857-2519
Phone 867-857-2841   –  e-mail:  –  Facsimile: 867-857-2519


The Hamlet of Arviat, Nunavut,  is accepting applications for the position of Shop Foreman/Maintenance Director.

Under the direction of the Senior Administrative Officer (SAO), the Shop Foreman/Maintenance Director is responsible for:

  1. Managing, supervising, and assessing the Hamlet of Arviat’s current Public Works Department’s operations, with particular attention to ongoing maintenance and preventative maintenance of all Hamlet of Arviat equipment.
  2. Determining areas of operation that require changes to policies and procedures to ensure maximum efficiency in Hamlet of Arviat fleet management, equipment and operations and minimizes equipment breakdowns and down-time. This includes but is not limited to parts inventory management, human resources, maintenance schedules, training requirements, equipment requirements, etc.
  3. Providing the Hamlet of Arviat with a plan to implement the changes and recommendations developed in item (2) and a timeline to do so, including human resources, training, and budgetary requirements for implementation of the fleet management/maintenance improvement plan.
  4. Begin implementing the above plan on behalf of the Hamlet of Arviat.

The Hamlet of Arviat is a rapidly growing remote community, and as the community grows and Public Works services increase, the Hamlet of Arviat is facing challenges in managing and maintaining our extensive fleet of equipment, especially water and sewage trucks which are essential for the daily water/sewer services provided to the community. The Hamlet of Arviat has identified a need to perform an in-depth review of Public Works garage operations to determine where efficiencies can be found, as well as to determine what additional resources are needed to effectively and efficiently maintain and operate our growing equipment fleet.

As Shop Foreman/Maintenance Director, the successful candidate will undertake an in-depth review of the maintenance operations of the Public Works Department, and assist the Department in its operations at the Hamlet of Arviat, including:

  • Completing an in-depth assessment and review of the current Public Works Garage, maintenance, and fleet operations, including but not limited to reviewing Preventative Maintenance schedules, human resources, staff schedules, and training, inventory management, etc. to ensure maximum efficiency and maximum operating time for Hamlet of Arviat Equipment.
  • Reviewing existing equipment and identifying equipment that is at End of Life, identifying necessary equipment that is missing, undersized, underutilized, or otherwise not available to meet requirements, and proposing replacement and/or additional equipment as required by Hamlet of Arviat public works services now and in the foreseeable future.
  • Assisting with the overall management of the Public Works Department.
  • Developing a plan for the Hamlet of Arviat to improve fleet efficiency, reliability, and service delivery by improving equipment management, maintenance, both in the immediate term and in the next five years.
  • Beginning to implement this plan at the appropriate time; this contract may be extended (upon mutual agreement) with the intention of overseeing implementation.
  • Attending committee, staff, public, and/or council meetings when required.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the SAO.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Grade 12 Diploma or equivalent;
  • Post-Secondary degree, diploma, and/or certificate in a field related to Public Works management, municipal administration, or a related field; or training in a field such as Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic or other trade is required; further education is an asset;
  • Computer skills including use of email, word processing, and spreadsheets; experience in maintenance management software such as MMOS is a strong asset.
  • Experience in overseeing or managing public works operations, fleet management, maintenance operations, equipment maintenance facilities, or similar experience;
  • Experience in assessing and improving public works operations.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including experience managing or supervising staff;
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to work with minimal supervision;
  • Ability to work in a cross-cultural environment and in a remote location.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English; communication in Inuktitut is an asset;
  • Class 5 driver’s license; class 3 with airbrakes endorsement and/or Heavy Equipment Operator training is an asset.

Working Conditions and Position Details

  • The Hamlet of Arviat is the municipal government responsible for the administration of municipal services for the community of Arviat, Nunavut. Arviat is one of the largest communities in Nunavut with approximately 3,000 people, located on the western shores of Hudson Bay about halfway between Rankin Inlet, NU and Churchill, MB. The Hamlet’s mandate is to provide municipal services to the population, including public works (road maintenance, garbage pickup, water/sewage services, etc.), health & wellness programming, economic development activities, and recreational facilities and programming for Arviat residents. Arviat is a remote, fly-in only community with an arctic climate. For more information visit
  • This is a management position, outside of the Hamlet of Arviat collective agreement. The successful candidate will form part of the management team for the Hamlet.
  • The standard working hours for this position are 8:00am to noon and 1:00pm – 5:00pm from Monday to Friday (40.0 hours per week).
  • Some evening and weekend work may be required, as the maintenance operation programming schedules dictate. Hamlet of Arviat equipment is active seven days a week, 365 days a year.
  • As a management position, some overtime will be expected.
  • The Hamlet of Arviat will provide and/or subsidize housing and provide relocation assistance for the successful candidate, to be negotiated as required.
  • Compensation package will be negotiated with the successful candidate, and will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience and education, and inline with the compensation packages of other Hamlet of Arviat management positions.
  • This is a one-year term contract position, with the possibility of extension upon mutual agreement.
  • As this position is located in a remote community, the Hamlet of Arviat is open to negotiating a rotational work schedule with the successful candidate.

If you are interested:

  • Submit your resume to SAO Steve England at
  • For questions, including a full job description, please contact SAO Steve England at 867-857-2841 ex 1001 or

This job posting is open to the public.
This is a 1-year term position with a strong possibility of extension.
This position is open until filled.

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Job Type:
Management / Administration

Town of Crossfield

The Town of Crossfield is currently seeking a dynamic, experienced leader to fulfill the position of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Taking direction from town council, the CAO is responsible for the overall operation and delivery of municipal services for the Town of Crossfield, including leading, planning, and managing operations and programs for the municipality. The CAO will have proven, excellent knowledge of the Municipal Government Act (MGA) and extensive municipal experience.

The successful candidate will employ proven leadership abilities, strategic and creative thinking, and excellent communication and interpersonal skills to ensure the continuous development and forward-movement of new and existing municipal services. The CAO will be capable of creating an effective organizational structure and excels at providing efficient customer service, promoting teamwork, quality and cost-effective municipal services and adaptability for future change.

The Town of Crossfield is a warm welcoming community located 10 minutes North of Airdrie and 25 minutes north of Calgary along the QE2. The 2022 municipal population is estimated to be 3,700. Crossfield is on the cusp of having the potential to grow exponentially within the next
few years and requires a leader that can plan and manage growth.


The ideal candidate possesses a post-secondary education in Business, Management, Economics, Planning, Engineering or Public Administration with 10-15 years of progressive management experience. Other post-secondary education will be considered based on
candidate’s municipal experience.

Certified Local Government Managers (CLGM) designation and or national Advanced Certificate in Local Authority Administration (NACLAA) is preferred.


The ideal candidate will be experienced in the following:

  • Extensive municipal experience in a director level or higher (CAO)
  • Ability to manage Crossfield’s anticipated growth
  • 10 years of progressive management experience within a multi-dimensional service organization
  • Proven, strong ability to liaise effectively with Council, other elected officials, residents, developers, community groups, and other levels of government, with effective communication, facilitation, and conflict resolution skills
  • Strategic long-term planning, financial and budget skills
  • A thorough understanding of the financial and budgeting process for municipalities.
  • Analytical and transparent ability in preparing reports and compiling information for Council, together with a good knowledge of and proficiency in all related information technology
  • A robust working knowledge of the MGA is required, with the ability to guide Council and the Staff on the MGA
  • A thorough understanding and experience in economic development and planning.
  • Project management
  • Ability to leverage resources listen to diverse viewpoints and be open to new ideas
  • An honest trustworthy individual able to build strong relationships and has high ethics, integrity, respect, and accountability, upholding the public interest
  • A proven ability to provide leadership, and to adapt and integrate complex planning policy and program initiatives.
  • Proven ability to provide overall leadership for the planning, development, recreation and management of a variety of municipal services and to provide well-researched guidance to Council and staff.
  • Proven experience in strategic planning, organizational development and achieving results in building team relations and an ability to lead, coach and motivate staff and achieve positive results.
  • Strong focus on quality of life and recreational services.
  • The ability to see municipal services from a regional perspective and to develop and foster shared services and partnerships with other municipalities.
  • The ability to develop a presence in the community and collaborate with other community partners, industry, and government in attracting and fostering economic development.
  • Proven experience in maintaining credible and authentic relationships with external stakeholder groups including community leaders, citizens and businesses.
  • Ability to plan and manage the implementation of program activities, analyze and solve issues and make effective decisions.

Assets: Strong financial and business background, excels in municipal planning.

Additional Requirements: RCMP Criminal Record Check, Valid Driver’s Abstract

Chosen candidates for an interview may be asked to submit a presentation or assignment to prove skills.

Candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, and a detailed resume outlining their experience.

Application Return: Only email applications will be accepted at Please reply in confidence by Friday, March 31, 2023, 4:30 pm.

Remuneration will be commensurate with your experience, knowledge, and abilities. A comprehensive benefits package is also provided. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Important Dates:

Closing Date: Friday, March 31, 2023, 4:30 pm If a suitable candidate is not found, the competition will be extended.

Anticipated start date for new CAO: August 1, 2023.

Director of Operations

Job Level: Permanent/Full Time Posting # 2023-001
Salary – $89,500 – $103,500

THE DISTRICT OF STEWART is seeking a positive, action-oriented, and self-motivated individual that exhibits public relations capabilities, and is a trusted motivator with leadership skills to foster a productive Operations/Public Works team.

Stewart is located in northwest British Columbia, at the head of the Portland Canal, and is 3 km from Hyder, Alaska. Stewart’s economic base is mining, forestry, and tourism. Visitors & residents alike enjoy seasonal recreation including boating, fishing, hiking, heliskiing, snowmobiling, and exploring the many glaciers accessible by road— including the Salmon Glacier, the 5th largest glacier in Canada accessible by road.


Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Director of Operations is responsible for the safe and efficient delivery of a range of services in the planning, organization, control and direction of issues related to water, sewer, roads and drainage systems, solid waste collection, snow clearing operations, fleet and heavy equipment management, and maintenance of public infrastructure. Supported by a unionized Public Works Team, you will provide leadership to ensure that the District’s infrastructure is well maintained through effective planning and utilization of resources. You will coordinate with the CAO in order to prioritize the implementation of Capital Works Projects. This position may be filled either as regular full-time or on contract.

Where is the Job?
With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations. 

What You’ll Do:
You will be a role model of respectful and responsible communications for your team, and you’ll make sure that all decisions and actions comply with legislation, policies, and procedures. You will manage the department’s operating budget and work collaboratively with various vendors. You will ensure the proper maintenance of municipal facilities, systems, and equipment; and you can be available for emergencies when needed. On a day-to-day basis, you’ll oversee a wide variety of tasks that include running the maintenance shop and yard, operating heavy and light equipment, managing the fleet, and handling physical labour. Under your leadership, the Public Works crew will carry out duties in:

  • Water treatment and distribution
  • Sewer treatment and collection
  • Culvert and ditch maintenance
  • Road, sidewalk, and ditch maintenance
  • Snow and ice control
  • Public inquiries and requests

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team that values diversity and teamwork.
  • An annual wage of $89,500 – $103,500 depending upon qualifications and experience.
  • A comprehensive benefits package; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Valid Class 3 or higher Commercial Driver’s License is preferred but not a job requirement.
  • Experience as a Supervisor or Foreperson.
  • Basic knowledge of water/wastewater operations.
  • Experience operating heavy equipment.
  • Ability to use basic computer applications including email, web browsers and word/excel processing software.
  • Ability to work weekends, evenings, and holidays.
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize multiple tasks, exercise sound judgement; and
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

What to do Next:

Send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at Applications will be accepted until filled.

Applications: Qualified candidates are invited to submit their detailed resume and covering letter in confidence to the District of Stewart to:

Todd Francis, CAO
P.O. Box 460,
705 Brightwell Street
Stewart BC V0T 1W0

Or via email to:

When applying please quote Job Posting No. 2022-014 | Shortlisted applicants will be asked for three (3) references.

We thank all applicants, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


General Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Manage and direct the daily work of employees in all public works operations.
  • Oversee snow removal and scheduling.
  • Investigate complaints from the public and resolve problems in a satisfactory manner.
  • Supervise the operation and maintenance of the public works shop.
  • Manage the purchase, repair, and use of department equipment.
  • Manage the repair and usage of District buildings.
  • Manage the purchase of materials and supplies for the department.
  • Coordinate and oversee the work of independent contractors.
  • Represent the District as authorized and directed by the District CAO and Council.
  • Perform the general planning and supervision of the repair and maintenance of District facilities.
  • Attend regular District Council meetings and special meetings as directed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the CAO including but not limited to Asset Management and Capital Planning.

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Direct all aspects of building/facilities operations in the District of Stewart including preventative maintenance; repairs and renovations of mechanical; electrical, and plumbing; energy conservation; masonry; carpentry; security and other building systems as performed by District employees and/or contractors.
  • Assess condition, review equipment specifications, and establish preventative maintenance schedule for all municipal facility systems and equipment.
  • Establish and maintain contracts with various vendors to provide annual/regular service on heating systems, fire suppression systems, carpet/upholstery cleaning, plumbing maintenance, and repairs, etc.
  • Review and approve invoices from vendors and prepare purchase orders for payment
  • Develop and implement work plans to meet department performance goals as directed by the District Council.
  • Obtain Authorization from CAO and District Council for yearly capital improvement purchases.
  • Maintain a highly professional standard of conduct and communication with staff and members of the public.
  • Keep abreast of current trends in public works management and other industry standards.

Responsibilities for Personnel:

  • Organize, direct, and supervise employees in order to achieve high quality and efficiency in department services and operations.
  • Recommend assignment, re-assignment, appointment, promotion, suspension and/or termination of department employees.
  • Provide training to municipal staff in daily operation and maintenance of building and grounds as well as basic training on equipment and tools and enforce Occupational Health and Safety rules and regulations.
  • Prepare and approve time sheets.
  • Review department employee performance on a regular basis.
  • Provide positive leadership in order to foster productivity and good employee relations
  • Provide opportunities for employees to obtain job-related training in order to improve knowledge, skills, and performance.
  • Develop and enforce high standards of safety and work quality
  • Implement and enforce District policies and procedures.

Budget Responsibilities:

  • Prepare department operating budget under the general direction of the District CAO and Council.
  • Administer the department budget as adopted and/or amended.
  • Follow appropriate purchasing procedures to ensure that quality goods and services are obtained in a timely manner and at a competitive price.

Notice: This position description has been prepared to assist in defining job responsibilities.

It is not intended to be a complete list of job duties, responsibilities, and/or essential functions, nor does it limit or modify the right of the District to assign, direct and control the work of employees under its supervision.

The District retains and reserves any and all rights to change, modify, amend, add to, or delete from any part of this document as it deems, in its judgment, to be proper.

Fire Chief

Town of Stephenville

The Town of Stephenville is in scenic Bay St. George. It has a sound economic infrastructure based on longtime commercial interests and industries. It has a 42-bed hospital, a thriving education system including the Provincial Headquarters of the College of the North Atlantic, and a multitude of recreational facilities and activities. It has a wonderful blend of intriguing natural beauty, fascinating history, warm hospitality, and rich cultural tradition. The area is home to a blend of French, English, Scottish and Mi’kmaq Indian ancestries, combining to form a unique mixture of culture and tradition.

Since its beginning in May of 1844, Stephenville has grown significantly. The first census report in 1844 cited 103 inhabitants in the area. The 2021 official Census Canada population was 6,540 and Stephenville is the service centre for an area of approximately 25,000. Stephenville has grown into an efficient and vibrant community. It is the second largest community on Newfoundland’s west coast. It provides an exceptional quality of life and has a prominent level of industrial activity. The Town of Stephenville is a wonderful place to work, live and raise a family.

Stephenville is also the proposed home to a cutting-edge Green Hydrogen facility which may represent one of the largest private sector investments in Atlantic Canada, a variety of aviation-based industries connected to the acquisition, modernization, and development of our airport by the Dymond group of companies, and several new and exciting industrial developments. These developments propose to drive development in both the size and population of the Town in the coming years.

The Stephenville Fire Department provides fire prevention, suppression, ice water rescue, extrication, airport rescue/firefighting, traffic responses, medical responses, public education, and additional emergency protection to the surrounding areas of Cold Brook and Noel’s Pond. The Fire Department is comprised of both full-time paid firefighters, and auxiliary firefighters.

The Town of Stephenville is looking for a dynamic and forward-thinking Fire Chief to join its management team and provide vision, sound management, executive leadership, and strategic direction for the operation of the Fire Department now and in the future to meet potential new growth opportunities within the Town and at the airport. The position reports to the Town Manager and is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, controlling, evaluating, improving the development, and delivery of the Fire Department’s priorities, services, programs, and operations including training programs. The position manages Human Resources functional areas including workforce planning, recruitment, employee development, performance management, effective labour management relations including grievances and contract negotiations.

The Roles and Responsibilities of the Fire Chief includes:

  • Providing input and direction for all matters discussed within the Senior Management Team.
  • Providing subject matter expert advice, guidance, and leadership to various stakeholders including Council, employees, boards, commissions, civic groups and the public on fire safety and emergencies.
  • Providing leadership as Incident Commander during emergency response when required.
  • Evaluating and assessing problems relating to fire prevention, community needs, employees, and public safety.
  • Ensuring compliance with Provincial and Federal legislation and applicable bylaws, including department’s policies and regulations.
  • Preparing and administering the Fire Department’s budget in consultation with the Town Manager.
  • Developing policies and procedures for fire prevention and standard operating procedures
  • Reviewing, revising, and implementing all fire department training and staff development programs including volunteer recruitment, retention, and weekly training programs.
  • Administering fire service contracts, mutual aid contracts and all related negotiations.
  • Acting as fire service representative for Emergency Management planning.
  • Establishing and maintaining a fire prevention program and completing fire and life safety inspections as required.
  • Supporting day-to-day operations. Responding, as required, to fires and other emergencies and directing, as needed, the operations of assigned staff.
  • Ensuring Stephenville Airport meets the standards and regulations set out by Transport Canada regarding Aircraft Fire Fighting at Airports and Aerodromes – Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs)
  • Understanding of Federal and Provincial Legislation, codes and regulations, and municipal by-laws; legislation, policies, procedures, directives, and guidelines affecting municipal fire services.
  • Other duties and special projects as assigned

Training and Certification

  • NFPA Certification including:

– NFPA 1001, Firefighter Level II
– NFPA 1002 or willing to obtain within 12 months of hire.
– NFPA 1031, or willing to obtain within 12 months of hire
– NFPA 1041 Level I Certification
– NFPA 1003 Certification or willing to obtain within 12 months of hire
– NFPA 1021, Fire Officer Level 1 certification from an entity accredited by IFSAC and/or ProBoard or  obtain within 12 months of hire

  • Incident Command System 100 and 200 (ICS 100 and 200)
  • Completed coursework or certification in Basic Emergency Management, Emergency Operations Centre Management (EOCM), and Exercise Program Management.
  • Valid certificate in Advanced First Aid for Firefighters.
  • Class 5 NL Driver’s License with Air Brake Endorsement
  • Must have or be willing to gain experience that meets standards and regulations set out by Transport Canada regarding Aircraft Fire Fighting at Airports and Aerodromes – Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs).
  • Incident Command System Blue Card or ICS Canada will be an asset.
  • Must possess the rank of Captain (for internal employees only):

The ideal candidate must have proven strategic thinking with tactical expertise and ability to rally others around a vision for Fire Services. Demonstrated abilities to effectively lead and respond under demanding and high-stress situations that require a decisive response and confident leadership. A Post-secondary diploma or degree would be an asset or related discipline related to the position. A minimum of 10 years of related experience at a senior management level in core fire services field. Experience managing in a unionized department within a municipal fire service will be an asset. Must be proficient in Outlook, Word, PowerPoint & Excel. Other qualities required includes a proven reputation for building and leading strong teams, and empowering firefighters in the delivery of superior services. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional relationship building skills to quickly establish credibility and trust to continually improve the experience of firefighters and residents.

This is a fulltime position based on 35 hours per week, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm with an expectation of emergency response after hours, evening auxiliary training and to work on-call. Competitive compensation commensurate with experience and qualifications and a competitive medical and retirement benefits package.

The successful applicant must reside in, or within 8 km, of the fire department within the Town of Stephenville for emergency response.

If you are interested in a once in a lifetime opportunity to become part of a dedicated team to provide and lead effective and efficient fire services and programs now and in the future to guide Stephenville through significant commercial and residential growth, please submit a covering letter and resume. Preference will be given to candidates with career firefighting experience, supervisory experience in a career or composite (career and volunteer) firefighting environment, and experience in a unionized career firefighting environment. The letter and resume should clearly outline how you meet the qualifications for this position and why you want to work for the Town of Stephenville, and provide at least three (3) professional references to:

LW Consulting
36 Yetman Drive
Mount Pearl, NL, A1N 3A8

The successful candidate will be required to provide a recent Certificate of Conduct and Vulnerable Sector Check. Applicants are to submit their letter and resume electronically to  This job notice will remain active, until the position is filled.

Chief Building Official / By-Law Enforcement Officer

The Township of South Algonquin is seeking to hire a Chief Building Official / By-Law Enforcement Officer.

The CBO/ By-Law Enforcement Officer contributes to the safety and well being of the residents and visitors to the Township through the administration and enforcement of the Ontario Building Code Act, Ontario Building Code and other relevant legislation and regulations, and works collaboratively with the Planning & Building Administrator. This is a full-time (40hours/week) non-unionized position with Benefits and OMERS.

The preferred candidate will have Minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience in building and septic inspections and By-Law enforcement in a Municipal environment and possess a Certified Building Code Official (CBCO) designation. Successful completion of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing courses: Small Buildings, Plumbing All Buildings, Building Services, Building Structural, Complex Buildings, CBO Legal and Part 8 On-Site Sewage.

A full job description is available at Qualified candidates are invited to send their resumes by June 10th,2022 to the attention of Bryan Martin, CAO, 7 Third Avenue, P.O. Box 217 Whitney, K0J 2M0 or by e-mail to

Salary is currently under review

We thank all applicants who respond to this advertisement. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection Act for the purpose of candidate selection. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive barrier-free recruitment and selection processes.

Infrastructure Analyst

To support growth in the community, the Town of Lincoln is looking to hire an Infrastructure Analyst. The Town of Lincoln, located in the beautiful Niagara Region, offers a unique environment that encompasses Lake Ontario, the Bruce Trail and Niagara Escarpment and is situated between Hamilton and St. Catharines. Steeped in a rich history and home to one of the fastest growing municipalities, Lincoln is a place to grow, a place to prosper and a place to belong.

Reporting to the Manager of Enterprise Services, the Infrastructure Analyst is responsible for designing, implementing, and managing IT infrastructure, including network systems, servers, backups, storage, telecommunications, security systems, CCTV systems, critical emergency systems, and all supporting technologies. The Infrastructure Analyst works closely within a team environment by providing support and advice to peers.  The Infrastructure Analyst will be required to participate in the Town’s IT on-call rotation and assist the Enterprise Services manager with forecasting 5–10-year planning relating to asset management and cyber security.

The successful candidate must possess the following:

  • Post-secondary diploma and/or degree in IT or a related discipline
  • Certified Project Management (PMP) preferred
  • 5 years of IT infrastructure administration
  • Experience with organizing and carrying out the planning, acquisition, implementation, and maintenance of all IT infrastructure.
  • Experience with planning, acquisition, implementation, and maintaining cyber security systems/programs with continuous auditing and reporting
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Effective attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy
  • Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, and execution skills
  • Ability to problem solve effectively

The Town of Lincoln offers an attractive, competitive salary, benefits and pension package, a progressive work environment, and career advancement opportunities. The salary range for this position (based on a 35-hour work week) is: $58,838 – $66,223.

Qualified candidates are requested to forward their resume by 4:30 p.m. on Friday June 10, 2022.

To apply please use one of the following options:

Please note that the Town of Lincoln requires that all newly hired employees are to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of being hired and provide proof of full vaccination or provide proof of a bona fide medical or Human Rights Code exemption on a form issued from and approved by the Town of Lincoln

This job description is available in alternative formats, or accessible communication supports, upon request.

We thank all applicants who apply but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The information gathered is in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used only for candidate selection.