|Canadian Forces Morale & Welfare Services|
|Ice Attendant(s) EDM-13-126|
Under the supervision of the Assistant Manager, Golf & Curling Club, the Curling Club Ice Attendant prepares the ice surface for season play. He/she cleans and pebbles ice as directed, assists in performing major ice maintenance as required and performs minor maintenance in the G&CC clubhouse, including shoveling walkways and exit areas. He/she updates equipment temperature records as directed and reports any problems with ice maintenance equipment immediately to manager. The incumbent ensures safety and enforces rules concerning conduct and use of equipment, safeguards merchandise, supplies and equipment and conducts regular inspections of the compressor and brine pump. He/she also ensures safety and emergency procedures are followed, and responds to fire alarms and other emergencies.
- High school diploma AND some years experience in a related field
- An acceptable combination of education, training, and/or experience will also be considered
- Current Level 1 Ice Technician Certification
- Current CPR and basic First Aid qualifications, an asset
Language requirement: English Mandatory
Knowledge Requirements Experience Requirements
- Of ice maintenance
- Of health and safety practices - In making ice
- In operating ice making equipment
- In general building upkeep
- In snow removal
Salary: $ 9.95/hr
Successful candidate will be prepared to commence employment as soon as possible.
NPF employees must demonstrate the following core characteristics: team player, customer focus, positive attitude, excellence, and competence.
NPF is committed to Employment Equity and Diversity and invites applications from Women, Aboriginal People, Persons with Disabilities and Visible Minorities.
To receive this job poster in an alternative format, please contact the NPF Human Resources Manager.
Please note that only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted. If you have special needs and require accommodation measures for the selection process, please notify the NPF Human Resources Manager at that time.
|Date: ||November 11, 2013|
|Duration: ||6 Months|
|How to apply:||Eligible candidates should submit a resume clearly outlining their ability to fulfill all position requirements by mail to: NPF Human Resources, Edmonton Garrison, PO Box 10500, Station Forces, Bldg 181A, Edmonton, AB T5J 4J5, by fax at (780) 973-4162, by e-mail to email@example.com or online at www.cfmws.com. Applications must be received before 2359 hrs on 18 November 2013.|
|Company: ||Canadian Forces Morale & Welfare Services|
|Contact: ||NPF Human Resources|
|Phone: ||780-973-4011 ext 4719|
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