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WOODSTOCK POLICE FORCE
DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE

THE TOWN OF WOODSTOCK IS SEEKING APPLICATIONS FROM QUALIFIED POLICE  PROFESSIONALS FOR THE POSITION OF DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE.   THE TOWN OF WOODSTOCK ENJOYS THE SERVICES OF ONE OF THE PROVINCE’S SMALLER MUNICIPAL POLICE FORCES PROVIDING 24/7 COVERAGE.  STRATEGICALLY ALIGNED WITH THE RCMP FOR THE PROVISION OF PROACTIVE CRIME CONTROL/PREVENTION PROGRAMS, THIS PROGRESSIVE POLICING AGENCY OFFERS A FULL RANGE OF BENEFITS AND OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT.

IF YOU POSSESS THE QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE TO ASSUME A LEADERSHIP ROLE IN LOCAL POLICING, CONTACT THE UNDERSIGNED FOR A DETAILED INFORMATION PACKAGE.

APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 4:00 PM APRIL 10, 2015.

KEN HARDING
CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
TOWN OF WOODSTOCK
824 MAIN STREET
WOODSTOCK, N.B.  E7M 2E8
KEN.HARDING@TOWN.WOODSTOCK.NB.CA

 
 
 

        Landscape Maintenance

 

This position should be of interest to individuals who have knowledge and interest in horticulture and landscape maintenance, a strong work ethic, strong leadership, organizational and management skills, with a desire to have a positive impact on Woodstock’s natural beauty.

 

Nature of Position: 

The Woodstock Recreation Department maintains a number of parks, green spaces and landscaped areas throughout the town that require spring clean-up, summer and fall maintenance.  This maintenance may include but not limited to; mowing, trimming, garbage removal, spring bed maintenance (bed edging, tilling), annual planting, summer bed maintenance, tree / shrub pruning, maintenance of tree wells, watering of flower baskets and any other related maintenance.

 

Relationship in Department:

The Landscape Maintenance position will be directly responsible to the Recreation Director and Recreation Working Foreman.

 

Desired qualifications and experience:

 

Formal Horticulture training and/or previous landscape maintenance work experience.  

 

Start Date: 

TBD

 

Duration: 

12-16 weeks

 

Hours of Work:

This is a 35-40-hour per week position.

 

Due to the nature of the position, a flexible work schedule will be required that will involves evenings, weekends and holidays.

 

*All Summer Staff will be required to work at the following events:

July 1st – Kids of Steel (7am-1pm)

Aug 1st – Joe McGuire Road Race (6am-1pm)

Aug 3rd – Street Hockey and Kids Fun Run

Date TBD – Amazing Race Event

 

*All students are asked to apply with the Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) Program, if eligible.

 

Deadline to drop-off resumes is April 10th to Jill Dunnett at the Carleton Civic Centre or e-mail to jill.dunnett@town.woodstock.nb.ca

 


 

Parks/Sport Fields Maintenance

 

Nature of Position: 

The Woodstock Recreation Department maintains a number of parks, playgrounds, multi sport fields, buildings, green areas and landscaped areas throughout the town that require continuous cleaning & maintenance.  This maintenance may include but not limited to; painting, mowing, trimming, garbage removal, annual landscape maintenance, ball and soccer field lining and any other maintenance requests deemed necessary by the Recreation Director or Maintenance Foreman.

 

Relationship in Department: 

Maintenance Worker will be directly responsible to the Recreation Director and Recreation Working Foreman.

 

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Facility Maintenance

 

The Municipality operates a number of facilities that require cleaning and painting on an ongoing basis. This includes a civic centre arena, park washrooms, out buildings and other minor repairs.

 

Ensure sufficient equipment resources and assists with minor repairs to equipment.

 

Ability to work weekends shifts.

 

Technical Mechanical Skills

Ability to safely operate equipment assigned for the job. Ability to complete minor repairs to equipment at the work site and follow daily preventative maintenance procedures on equipment. Be physically able to handle equipment used to mow & trim turf.

 

Follow Town & Provincial safety guidelines and wear safety equipment.

 

Organizational Duties

Under the direction of the Maintenance Foreman responsible to maintain grounds and parks at an established level.

 

Start Date: 

TBD

 

Duration: 

12-16 weeks

 

Hours of Work:

This is a 35-40-hour per week position.

 

Due to the nature of the position, a flexible work schedule will be required that will involve evenings, weekends and holidays.

 

*All Summer Staff will be required to work at the following events:

July 1st – Kids of Steel (7am-1pm)

Aug 1st – Joe McGuire Road Race (6am-1pm)

Aug 3rd – Street Hockey and Kids Fun Run

Date TBD – Amazing Race Event

 

*All students are asked to apply with the Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) Program, if eligible.

 

Deadline to drop-off resumes is April 10th to Jill Dunnett at the Carleton Civic Centre or e-mail to jill.dunnett@town.woodstock.nb.ca



Recreation Program Assistant/Event Coordinator

 

Nature of Position:

To assist in the summer programming for the Woodstock Recreation  Department.  To assist with various areas of summer programs including:

All Sport Programs

Day Camps

Golf School

Aquatics

Special Events

 

Relationship in Department: 

The Recreation Program Assistant is directly responsible to the Program Coordinator and Recreation Director.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

·       Assist in the promotion and marketing of summer programs, sport programs and special events.

·       Assist in promotion, and coordination of the Western Valley Regional Games Woodstock Team.

·       To instruct and assist with all sport programs, Fun Park, and aquatic programs as deemed necessary by the Program Coordinator.

·       To work with Day Camp staff to organize and participant in weekly Day Camp special events.

·       Assist in general administrative duties with summer programs.

·       Responsible for scheduling soccer games, practices, and contacting parents and referees.

·       All duties deemed necessary by the Program Coordinator.

·       Volunteer Coach recruitment

·       Provide a minimum of 2 volunteers hours / week to the Woodstock Recreation Department.

 

Desired Qualifications & Experience:

Must possess strong communication and organizational skills.

 

Must enjoy working with the public.

 

Must be energetic and have a positive attitude.

 

 

Start Date: 

TBD

 

Duration: 

12-16 weeks

 

Hours of Work:

This is a 35-40-hour per week position.

 

Due to the nature of the position, a flexible work schedule will be required that will involve evenings, weekends and holidays.

 

All Summer Staff are required to attend the following training sessions:

Active Kids Toolkits - Date: tbd

Principles of Healthy Child Development (PHCD) - Date: tbd

 

All Summer Staff will be required to work at the following events:

July 1st – Kids of Steel (7am-1pm)

Aug 1st – Joe McGuire Road Race (6am-1pm)

Aug 3rd – Street Hockey and Kids Fun Run

Date TBD – Amazing Race Event

 

*All students are asked to apply with the Student Employment Experience Development (SEED) Program, if eligible.

 

Deadline to drop-off resumes is April 10th to Jill Dunnett at the Carleton Civic Centre or e-mail to jill.dunnett@town.woodstock.nb.ca

 


 

Youth Program Facilitator

 

Nature of Position: 

To help plan and facilitate programs to provide a safe atmosphere and a diversified learning experience for children ages 5-12 to enhance their enjoyment of Summer.  Oversee and/or organize programs and special events as deemed necessary by the Day Camp Coordinator, Recreation Program Coordinator and/or Recreation Director.

 

Relationship in Department: 

The Day Camp Leader will be directly responsible to the Recreation Program Coordinator and the Recreation Director.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

·       Guide, help and encourage participation.

·       Supervise and actively participate in all Day Camp activities.

·       Show appropriate safety supervision.

·       Be prepared and organized for all activities.

·       Keep parents informed of their children’s activities.

·       Be positive at all times.

·       Keep participants busy at all times.

·       Maintain the Day Camp area in a clean and orderly manner.

·       Plan and supervise all special events for participants.

·       Perform specific duties as assigned on special event days.

·       Make sure participants are on time for swimming, and tennis lessons or any scheduled summer lessons.

·       Maintain attendance records and to submit weekly reports to the Program Coordinator.

·       Render routine first aid and write Accident Reports on all injuries.

·       Request materials and equipment necessary for all programs and activities.

·       Conform to designated working hours as indicated.

·       Perform all other duties deemed necessary by the Program Coordinator and/or Recreation Director.

·       Provide minimum 2 hrs a week volunteer hours to the Woodstock Recreation Department.

·       Participant in the Summer Orientation Provided by the Woodstock Recreation Department.

 

Desired Qualifications & Experience:

Must possess strong communication and organizational skills.

Must enjoy working with children.

Must be energetic and have a positive attitude.

 

Start Date: 

TBD

 

Duration: 

8-12 weeks

 

Hours of Work:

This is a 35-40-hour per week position.

Due to the nature of the position, a flexible work schedule will be required that will involve evenings, weekends and holidays.

 

All Summer Staff are required to attend the following training sessions:

 

Active Kids Toolkits - Date: tbd

Principles of Healthy Child Development (PHCD) - Date: tbd

 

All Summer Staff will be required to work at the following events:

 

July 1st – Kids of Steel (7am-1pm)

Aug 1st – Joe McGuire Road Race (6am-1pm)

Aug 3rd – Street Hockey and Kids Fun Run

Date TBD – Amazing Race Event

 

*All students are asked to apply with the Student Employment  Experience Development (SEED) Program, if eligible.

 

Deadline to drop-off resumes is April 10th to Jill Dunnett at the Carleton Civic Centre or e-mail to jill.dunnett@town.woodstock.nb.ca

 
 

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