Are you looking for an opportunity to make a positive contribution to the community? The City of Kimberley is an employer of choice with a complement of full time, part-time, seasonal and casual employees. The City's Fire Department is a composite of career and paid on-call firefighters working to protect the community. All are committed to providing high quality service to Kimberley. Our Manager of Human Resources assists the City to attract and retain first-class employees, so that taxpayers, business owners, and visitors receive high quality service. We offer a great work environment with an excellent compensation package for the right candidate(s).
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Part-time positions are benefit-eligible and offer access to participate in the Municipal Pension Plan (after two years), dental and extended health benefits, paid vacation and sick time, paid training opportunities, and a Health Spending Account. Apply today to take advantage of these exciting benefits.
Casual positions with the City are a great way to get your foot in the door! There may be opportunities to earn more hours by working more than one casual position, or a possibility of full- or part-time employment in the future.
All positions within the City have access to a comprehensive Employee and Family Assistance Plan.
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The City of Kimberley is an equal opportunity employer. Positions are filled by means of open competition where the selection is based on job related skills, training, experience, suitability, and where appropriate, seniority and residency. Only applicants who are legally entitled to work in Canada can be considered for employment.
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Position of Trust Policy
The City of Kimberley is committed to ensuring a safe and healthy community and the prevention of violence against children. Police Criminal Record Information searches are conducted on all candidates who are being considered for employment with the City of Kimberley. Enhanced security clearance may be required for designated positions of trust, including, but not limited to positions at the RCMP detachment or positions which involve working with/or in proximity to children, youth or vulnerable adults.