The Municipality of Kincardine offers diverse, challenging work while maintaining a healthy, safe and productive work environment for our employees.

The Municipality of Kincardine is pleased to accommodate individual needs in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), within our recruitment process.  If you require accommodation at any time throughout the recruitment process, please contact the Human Resources Department at (519) 396-3018 or email us.

We value diversity in our workforce and focus on attracting and retaining employees who can work together effectively to meet the needs of our great community.

In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 and will only be used for the purpose of candidate selection.

We appreciate the interest of all applicants, however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. Explore our current opportunities and find out more about working for the Municipality. 

Employment Opportunities

Certified Fitness Instructor (Contract)

A licensed fitness instructor will plan and implement high-energy, fun and safe group fitness classes as part of the Municipality of Kincardine Recreation Department’s Fitness program.

 

We require an instructor with broad based experience planning and implementing fitness programs for morning, daytime and evening classes.

 

Our ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience solving problems, working independently and as part of a team, developing fitness programs as well as tracking & monitoring admissions. Strong leadership, ability to work unsupervised and teamwork skills are essential.

 

Qualifications:

  • Certified Fitness Instructor Specialist, CanFitPro (an asset)
  • Current First Aid & CPR Certification
  • Instructors must also provide a police check

 

This is a contract position until January 31, 2020, with rate of pay of $22.80 per hour, plus 12.5% in lieu of benefits.

 

Please include on your cover letter your availability, specialized certifications, and type of classes you would be interested in teaching.

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Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume in confidence to the undersigned no later than 10:00 a.m., January 31, 2019. 

Municipality of Kincardine

Human Resources Department

1475 Concession 5, Kincardine, ON  N2Z 2X6 Telephone: (519) 396-3018 Fax: (519) 396-8288 Email: hr@kincardine.ca

 Summer Student Employment 2019

The Municipality of Kincardine is looking to hire students that have good communication skills and a demonstrated work/volunteer history that highlights teamwork and a positive attitude.  

 

Job #

Job Type

Duration

(Weeks)

Hours Per Week

Rate of Pay

Minimum Criteria

1PW

Public Works Students

 

16

 

40 hours

Min. Wage +$1

College/University

Valid Driver’s Licence

2BP

Termite Students

12

 

35 hours

Min. Wage +$1

College/University

Valid Driver’s Licence

3PD

Parks Students

 

16

 

40 hours

  Min. Wage +$1

College/University

Valid Driver’s Licence

4BD

Ball Diamond Maintenance Student

18

 

40 hours

Min. Wage +$1

College/University

5HD

Horticulturist Students

16

 

40 hours

Min. Wage +$1

College/University

Valid Driver’s Licence

6TD

Tourism Students

18

 

30 hours

Min. Wage +$1

College/University

 

8RD

Day Camp Inclusion

Co-ordinator

4

14

(18 total)

20 hours

40 hours

Min. Wage +$3.25

College/University

9RD

Day Camp

Co-ordinator

4

14

(18 total)

20 hours

40 hours

Min. Wage +$3.25

College/University

10RD

 

Day Camp Supervisors

10

40 hours

Min. Wage +$1.25

Secondary/College/

University

11RD

Day Camp Leaders

10

40 hours

Min. Wage +$1

Secondary/College/

University

12BP

GIS Summer Student

18

35 hours

Min. Wage +$1

College / University Geography, GIS or related discipline

13BP

Building and Planning Records Management Student

16

35 hours

Min. Wage +$1

 

College/University

 

PLEASE INCLUDE ON YOUR APPLICATION:  The Job #(s) for the position(s) to which you wish to apply and the date of your reading week (if applicable) for interview scheduling.

Qualified candidates (returning to school in the Fall) are invited to submit electronically a resume and cover letter for each position applied to, in confidence, no later than 10:00 a.m. Monday, January 28, 2019 to:

 

Municipality of Kincardine

Attention: Human Resources Department

Job #: _____________________  & Reading Week ________________________

Email: hr@kincardine.ca

 

 Summer Students 2019 - Brief Job Descriptions
 

BRIEF JOB DESCRIPTIONS

 

JOB #:                   01PW

POSITION:             Public Works Students

 

DESCRIPTION:      Students will assist with various duties in the public works department related to maintenance of roads, landfill, cemetery, grass cutting & trimming, GPS and related infrastructure.

                             

                              40 hours per week.  Duration varies commencing May or June and ending in August or September.  Total 16 weeks.

 

                              Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

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JOB #:                   2BP

POSITION:             Termite Students

 

DESCRIPTION:      Students are required to inspect properties to monitor termite activities, which include walking distances to probe and dig at soil wood contact points.  All inspections recorded will be inputted, by the student, into the Municipal data base.

 

                              35 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Total 12 weeks.  

 

Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

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JOB #:                   3PD

POSITION:             Parks Students

 

DESCRIPTION:      Students will be grass cutting/trimming, special event set-up and tear-down, painting, cleaning washrooms, garbage pick-up, cleaning the beach and other duties as assigned.  Weekend work will be required.

 

                              40 hours per week.  Duration varies commencing May or June and ending in August or September.  Total 16 weeks.

 

                              Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

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JOB #:                   4BD

POSITION:             Ball Diamond Maintenance Student

 

DESCRIPTION:      Student will drag, line and maintain ball diamonds, grass cutting/trimming, clean washrooms, garbage pick-up and perform other duties as assigned.  Weekend work will be required.

 

                              40 hours per week, commencing end of April or May and ending in August or September.  Total 18 weeks.

 

                              Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

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JOB #:                   5HD

POSITION:             Horticulturist Students

 

DESCRIPTION:      Students will be maintaining flower beds (i.e. weeding and planting), watering, trimming trees and shrubs and perform other duties as assigned. Weekend work will be required.

 

                              40 hours per week.  Duration varies commencing May or June and ending in August or September.  Total 16 weeks.

 

                              Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

 

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JOB #:                   6TD

POSITION:             Tourism Students

 

DESCRIPTION:      Located at the Visitor Information Centre on Hwy 21 and the Satellite Office downtown, students will provide customer service and participate in event planning, promotions, photography, telephone & computer work and perform other duties as assigned. Working evenings, weekends and statutory holidays will be required.

 

                              30 hours per week for 18 weeks, commencing late April or May and ending in August or September.

 

                              Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

         

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JOB #:                   8RD

POSITION:             Day Camp Inclusion Co-ordinator  

 

DESCRIPTION:      Manage program delivery, administration and supervision of Special Needs/Inclusion services within Summer Day Camp. 

                             

  • Provide daily direction and support to staff and volunteers. 
  • Ensures that daily activities are adapted to individual participant needs. 
  • Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate volunteers. 
  • Conduct intake meetings with families as required to better understand individual needs. 
  • Provides ongoing training, coaching and recognition to staff and volunteers. 
  • Researches information regarding various special needs to ensure successful integration and accommodation.
  • Controls adaptive supplies and equipment inventory.
  • Demonstrates the confidence and ability to make decisions independently in the best interests of the campers, resolving problems and conflicts.
  • Maintain camp documentation including registration information, inclusion forms, camper profiles, timesheets, etc.
  • Working weekends, evenings and Canada Day will be required.

 

Requirements:       Currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution in a related field.

  • Previous leadership experience in a camp environment delivering support to participants with special needs.
  • Current Standard First Aid with CPR “C” and AED.
  • HIGH FIVE:  Principles of Healthy Child Development.

                             

                              20 hours per week for 4 weeks followed by 40 hours per week for 14 weeks. 

 

Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $3.25 per hour.

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JOB #:                   9RD

POSITION:             Day Camp Co-ordinator

 

DESCRIPTION       Manage program planning, delivery, administration and supervision of recreation programs and special events.

 

  • Organize, plan and implement daily camp programs for approximately 120 campers ages 4 – 12, participating in trips, games, sports and swimming.
  • Creates camp program plans including field trips, day plans, special guests and daily camp activities.
  • Liaise with parents and caregivers demonstrating excellent customer service to all stakeholders internal and external.
  • Set-up and clean-up of camp events, activities and programs.
  • Provide regular updates and feedback to the Recreation Supervisor.
  • Orders, coordinates and controls supplies and equipment inventory for programs and special events.
  • Creation of promotion materials for programs and special events.
  • Provides ongoing training, coaching and recognition to staff and volunteers.
  • Demonstrates the confidence and ability to make decisions independently in the best interests of the campers, resolving problems and conflicts.
  • Maintain camp documentation including registration information, inclusion forms, camper profiles, timesheets, etc.
  • Working weekends, evenings and Canada Day will be required.

 

Requirements:       Previous leadership experience in a camp environment

  • Currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution in a related field
  • Current Standard First Aid with CPR “C” and AED.
  • HIGH FIVE:  Principles of Healthy Child Development.
  • HIGH FIVE:  QUEST 2 (an asset)
  • Experience with CLASS Software an asset.

 

                              20 hours per week for 4 weeks followed by 40 hours per week for 14 weeks. 

 

Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $3.25 per hour.

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JOB #:                   10RD

POSITION:             Day Camp Supervisors

 

DESCRIPTION:      Students will be responsible for the supervision and planning of playground activities, total operation of the assigned playground site, the supervision and evaluation of program staff and daily and weekly administration tasks (i.e. day camp registration lists).

                              Working weekends, evenings and Canada Day will be required. 

                             

                              40 hours per week for 10 weeks. 

 

Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.25 per hour.

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JOB #:                   11RD

POSITION:             Playground Leaders

 

DESCRIPTION:      Students will be responsible for the safety and supervision of program participants as well as taking an active role in the planning and leading of a variety of fun, quality activities and special events.

         

                              Working weekends, evenings and Canada Day will be required. 

                             

                              40 hours per week for 10 weeks.  Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

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JOB #:                   12BP

 

POSITION:             Planning/GIS Student

 

DESCRIPTION:      A student with at least 1-year post-secondary education in Planning, Geography, Geographic Information System (GIS) or related discipline to assist in the Planning and GIS departments with planning file maintenance and the Municipal GIS system. 

 

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education in Planning, Geography or Geographic Information System (GIS) or related discipline.
  • Proficiency in the use of computers, scanners and printers
  • Computer skills using geographic information systems, spreadsheets, presentations software, word processing and databases. 
  • Team player with the ability to work independently; must be flexible and self-motivated

 

35 hours per week for 18 weeks.  Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

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JOB #:                   13BP

 

POSITION:             Building and Planning Records Management Student

 

DESCRIPTION:      A student with at least 1-year post-secondary education in Business Administration, Planning, Geography, Geographic Information System (GIS) or related discipline.  The primary work plans will be to digitize all property files and scan building department drawings to add to the GIS system.

 

Qualifications:

  • Proficiency in the use of computers, scanners and printers
  • Computer skills using geographic information systems, spreadsheets, presentations software, word processing and databases. 
  • Team player with the ability to work independently; must be flexible and self-motivated.

 

35 hours per week for 16 weeks.  Rate of pay is minimum wage plus $1.00.

 

 

 

 Recreation Supervisor (Contract)
 

The Municipality of Kincardine requires the services of a Recreation Supervisor to cover an approximate 12-month maternity leave, which may commence March or early April 2019.

 

Reporting to the Director of Parks and Recreation, the Recreation Supervisor will:

  • Develop, recommend and implement recreation programs and special events to meet the needs of the community; and,
  • Provide leadership to community and volunteer development initiatives, which includes the creation and implementation of services, strategies and proposals.

 

The ‘ideal’ candidate will possess the following:

  • Graduate of a Recreation Leadership Program or equivalent post-secondary education;
  • Minimum of three (3) years related experience, including supervising staff;
  • Strong leadership and communication skills (both oral and written), combined with superior organizational/analytical skills;
  • Work experience in a municipal recreational environment would be an asset; and,
  • Have a demonstrated work history that highlights teamwork and a positive attitude.

 

This contract position is based on 35 hours per week, receiving $35.24 per hour.  The hours of work are 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Monday to Friday, with evening meetings and working weekends as required.

 

See the job task list.

 

Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume in confidence to the e-mail below no later than 10:00 a.m., Thursday, January 31, 2019 to:                       

Municipality of Kincardine

Human Resources Department

Email:  hr@kincardine.ca

 

Head Lifeguard/Instructor & Lifeguard/Instructor

HEAD LIFEGUARD / INSTRUCTOR

Job ID#: HLI 2019-01 Contract April 1, 2019 to September 1, 2019.

 

Applicants must be at least 16 years of age, Must hold certifications in National Lifeguard, Lifesaving Learn to Swim Instructors, Lifesaving Society Instructors, First Aid with CPR “C” and AST certifications.

These positions are based on working approximately 10 hours per week with a pay rate range as follows:

Head Lifeguard / Instructor Grade NM4 Step 1 - $24.89 plus 12.5% in lieu of benefits.

 

LIFEGUARD / INSTRUCTOR

Job ID# ILG 2018-02 Contract June 29, 2019 to September 1, 2019.

 

Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and hold a minimum of a current National Lifeguard, Lifesaving Learn to Swim Instructors, Lifesaving Society Instructors and Standard First Aid with CPR “C” Certificates.

This position is based on working approximately 10 hours per week with a pay rate range as follows:

Lifeguard / Instructor Grade NM3 Step 1 – $23.20 plus 12.5% in lieu of benefits.  

 

Please Note:  Proof of age, two references, your leadership experience and photocopy of the following qualifications: National Lifeguard, Red Cross Water Safety Instructors and Standard First Aid with CPR “C”, must accompany your resume.  A mandatory training date is scheduled for April 12, 2019 at 4:00pm.

 

Qualified candidates are invited to submit electronically a resume in confidence to the undersigned no later than 10am February 4, 2019.  Clearly indicate the applicable JOB # on the cover letter:

 

Municipality of Kincardine

Human Resources Department

Job #_______________

E-mail:  hr@kincardine.ca

Fax: (519) 396-8288

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