Employment Opportunities

Assistant to the Operator (Net Boy)

Come and make a difference in a growing municipality whose mission is to respond in an effectively, innovatively, and responsibly to the needs, expectations, and aspirations of the population in order to build a community where everyone can flourish! Would you like to work evenings and weekends in an environment where teamwork is important to us? Join our team!

Job Summary

Reporting to the Recreation Coordinator , the incumbent will assist and help with the ice resurfacing operator, janitorial duties and respond to public requests at the St-Isidore Recreation Center.

Main Responsibilities 

  • Fill the Zamboni with water;
  • Remove and replace the hockey nets on the ice;
  • Check and clean players benches;
  • Clean players’ locker rooms including emptying, sweeping and mopping floors;
  • Wash windows;
  • Assist the operator with room set-up;
  • Disinfect and clean surfaces frequently touched by the public;
  • Adheres to Covid-19 protocols established by the province and the facility;
  • Able to work evenings and weekends;
  • Able to work independently and follow directions;
  • Able to work with the public;
  • Perform all other duties related to this position;

Required Qualifications

Specific knowledge

  • Bilingual
  • General knowledge of cleaning products (WHMIS)

Education

  • High school diploma or minimum 10th grade

Work Conditions

Salary: $15.61 to $17.67 (under revision)
Working Hours: 6 to 20 hours a week (evenings and weekends)
Job status: part-time
Department: Recreation (St. Isidore Arena)
Work area: 20 Arena Street, St. Isidore, ON
Start date: August 25, 2022

At the time of hire, we require your proof of full vaccination against the Covid-19 virus, as per our policy AD-2021-02.

Interested candidates are requested to send their resume before 11:00 a.m., August 12, 2022 quoting reference number RH-17-2022 to the following address:

The Nation Municipality
958 road 500 West, Casselman, ON, K0A 1W0
Chantal Lauzon, Human resources generalist
E-Mail: clauzon@nationmun.ca
Phone: (613) 764-5444 poste 225, or Fax: (613) 764-3310

Equal Employment Opportunity: The Nation Municipality values the diversity of our workforce and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

While we appreciate all applications received, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, The Nation Municipality is committed to recognizing diverse needs and providing an accessible place for all.

Come and make a difference in a growing municipality whose mission is to respond in an effectively, innovatively, and responsibly to the needs, expectations, and aspirations of the population in order to build a community where everyone can flourish! Would you like to work evenings and weekends in an environment where teamwork is important to us? Join our team!

Job Summary

Reporting to the Recreation Coordinator, the incumbent is responsible for greeting customers at the bowling alley. Receiving payment for bowling games, setting up games in the computer and ensuring that the rules and cleanliness of the bowling alley are followed.

Main Responsibilities

  • Clean bowling balls and equipment;
  • Accept payments for customers;
  • Start and create games in the computer software;
  • Keep the area clean for all users;
  • Clean counters, benches, shoes and toilet as needed;
  • Sweep and wipe floors;
  • Remind participants of the rules and regulations of bowling;
  • Frequently disinfect surfaces touched by the public;
  • Adhere to Covid-19 protocols established by the province and the facility;
  • Able to operate a cash register and receive cash payments;
  • Able to work evenings and weekends;
  • Able to work independently and follow directions;
  • Able to work with the public;
  • Perform all other duties related to this position

Required Qualifications

Specific knowledge

  • Bilingual
  • General knowledge of cleaning products (WHMIS)

Education

  • High school diploma or minimum in 10th grade

Work Conditions

Salary: $15.61 to $17.67 (under revision)
Working Hours: 5 to 12 hours a week (evenings and weekends)
Job status: part-time (October to May)
Department: Recreation (St. Isidore Arena)
Work area: 20 Arena Street, St. Isidore, ON
Start date: October 1st, 2022 (October to May)

At the time of hire, we require your proof of full vaccination against the Covid-19 virus, as per our policy AD-2021-02.

Interested candidates are requested to send their resume before 11:00 a.m., September 23, 2022 quoting reference number RH-19-2022 to the following address:

The Nation Municipality
958 road 500 West, Casselman, ON, K0A 1W0
Chantal Lauzon, Human resources generalist
E-Mail: clauzon@nationmun.ca
Phone: (613) 764-5444 poste 225, or Fax: (613) 764-3310

Equal Employment Opportunity: The Nation Municipality values the diversity of our workforce and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

While we appreciate all applications received, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, The Nation Municipality is committed to recognizing diverse needs and providing an accessible place for all.

Come and make a difference in a growing municipality whose mission is to respond in an effectively, innovatively, and responsibly to the needs, expectations, and aspirations of the population in order to build a community where everyone can flourish! Would you like to work evenings and weekends in an environment where teamwork is important to us? Join our team!

Job Summary

Reporting to the Recreation Coordinator, the Sports Bar Server prepares and serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and light meals to customers.

Main Responsibilities

  • Provide good service to each customer and maintain a safe environment;
  • Prepare and serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages;
  • Prepare and serve light meals (such as nachos, chicken wings, poutine);
  • Comply with health regulations regarding food preparation;
  • Adhere to all provincial laws regarding alcoholic beverages;
  • Check inventory and report any defective or missing equipment;
  • Maintain and operate a cash register;
  • Enter orders into the computer system and accept payments;
  • Disinfect and clean surfaces frequently touched by the public;
  • Adheres to Covid-19 protocols established by the province and the facility;
  • Able to work without supervision and follow instructions;
  • Experience managing and using a cash register;
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Food preparation and handling certificate would be an asset;
  • Perform all related tasks related to this position;

Required Qualifications

Specific knowledge

  • Bilingual
  • Smart Serve certification (we provide on-site training)

Education

  • High school diploma (18 years old and over)

Work Conditions

Salary: $15.69 (under revision) + tips)
Working Hours: 6 to 20 hours a week
Job status: part-time (September to May)
Department: Recreation (St. Isidore Arena)
Work area: 20 Arena Street, St. Isidore, ON
Start date: September 7, 2022

At the time of hire, we require your proof of full vaccination against the Covid-19 virus, as per our policy AD-2021-02.

Interested candidates are requested to send their resume before 11:00 a.m., August 26, 2022 quoting reference number RH-18-2022 to the following address:

The Nation Municipality
958 road 500 West, Casselman, ON, K0A 1W0
Chantal Lauzon, Human resources generalist
E-Mail: clauzon@nationmun.ca
Phone: (613) 764-5444 poste 225, or Fax: (613) 764-3310

Equal Employment Opportunity: The Nation Municipality values the diversity of our workforce and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

While we appreciate all applications received, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, The Nation Municipality is committed to recognizing diverse needs and providing an accessible place for all.

Communications and Marketing Coordinator

Would you like to join a dynamic team where you can contribute professionally to the development of a municipality whose mission is to respond effectively, innovatively, and responsibly to the needs, expectations, and aspirations of the population in order to build a community where everyone can flourish? Join our team!

Job Summary

Reporting to the CAO-Clerk, the incumbent is responsible for producing and coordinating all communications, responding to media and public inquiries, and raising awareness of various municipal initiatives and activities to ensure that the public, municipal staff, local businesses, media, community interest groups and others are aware of them.

Main Responsibilities

  • Process all communications such as press releases, website notices and information, speeches and messages for the electronic signage and emergency communication system (Telmatik);
  • Manage all social media platforms including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and promote a positive image of The Nation Municipality;
  • Develop and produce various materials in order to promote the assets of the Municipality;
  • Foster professional relationships with various local organizations or provincial and/or federal government departments in relation to the promotion of various programs;
  • Working closely with department heads, manage the website to ensure that information is up-to-date;
  • Produce all documents in both French and English, and in an accessible format, as needed and required by the AODA;
  • Establish and maintain community relations by representing the Municipality at various events;
  • Managing a small advertising budget for local newspapers, local magazines and brochures according to the marketing plan;
  • Attend Emergency Control Group meetings as Communications Coordinator and coordinate all matters as directed by the Community Emergency Management Coordinator;
  • Perform all other related tasks;
  • Attached is a detailed job description.

Required Qualifications

Specific knowledge:                                                          

  • Exceptional communication skills in both official languages, verbal and written;
  • Knowledge of Microsoft (Excel, Word and Outlook), Adobe Photoshop;

Education

  • College degree in communications and marketing. An equivalent combination of education and experience would also be acceptable;

Work Conditions

Salary: $33.39 to $37.75
Department: Administration
Working Hours: 35 h / week
Work area: 958 route 500 West, Casselman, Ontario
Job Status: Permanent (with benefits)
Start date: September 12, 2022

A criminal record check and a current driving record check must be provided upon hire along with proof of full Covid-19 vaccination per our policy AD-2021-02.

Interested candidates are requested to send their resume before 12:00 p.m., August 26, 2022, quoting reference number RH-22-2022 to the following address:

The Nation Municipality
 958 road 500 West, Casselman, Ont K0A 1W0
Attn: Chantal Lauzon
Human resources manager
E-Mail : clauzon@nationmun.ca
Phone : (613) 764-5444 poste 225, Fax : (613) 764-3310

Job Description

Would you like to join a dynamic team where you can contribute professionally to the development of a municipality whose mission is to respond effectively, innovatively, and responsibly to the needs, expectations, and aspirations of the population in order to build a community where everyone can flourish? Join our team!

Job summary :

Reporting to the Director of Planning and supported by The Nation’s Economic Development Planning Committee, the incumbent will be responsible for managing all matters related to promoting the growth and expansion of businesses in The Nation. The incumbent will act as a liaison with all businesses in the municipality and provide development support.

Main responsabilities :
• Collaborate with local businesses in all economic sectors to understand their needs and identify potential markets and complementary businesses to develop;
• Compile and analyze socio-economic data and identify trends;
• Develop The Nation’s Business Retention and Expansion Plan (BREP);
• Act as a resource person for The Nation’s Economic Development Planning Group;
• Develop, obtain approval for and implement policies encouraging industrial and commercial investment and promotional and marketing tools;
• Collaborate with the Communications Coordinator to maintain and improve the community profile by adding demographic statistics, economic indicators and highlights of local businesses and services;
• Proactively research various levels of government to identify potential economic development revenue sources;
• Attached is the detailed job description

Specific knowledge :
– Bilingual (oral and written)
– Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
– Zen Desk Economic Development computer system (an asset)

Education :

– University degree in Business Administration or a Bachelor’s degree in a related field

Work conditions :

Salary: $36.80 to $41.64

Department: Economic Development Working

Hours: 35 hours a week

Work area: 958 route 500 W, Casselman

Job Status: Permanent (with social benefits)

Start date: October 17, 2022

 

A criminal record check and a current driving record check must be provided upon hire along with proof of full Covid-19 vaccination per our policy AD-2021-02.
Interested candidates are requested to send their resume before 12:00 p.m., September 30, 2022 quoting reference number RH-20-2022 to the following address:
The Nation Municipality
958 road 500 West, Casselman, Ont K0A 1W0 Chantal Lauzon, Human resources generalist E-Mail : clauzon@nationmun.ca
Phone : (613) 764-5444 poste 225, or Fax : (613) 764-3310

Equal Employment Opportunity: The Nation Municipality values the diversity of our workforce and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.
While we appreciate all applications received, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please note that the masculine gender is used in this text for generalization purposes. This position is open to both men and women.
In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, The Nation Municipality is committed to recognizing diverse needs and providing an accessible place for all.

Job description :

Main responsibilities :
• Collaborate with local businesses in all economic sectors to understand their needs and identify potential markets and complementary businesses to develop;
• Compile and analyze socio-economic data and identify trends;
• Develop The Nation’s Business Retention and Expansion Plan (BREP);
• Act as a resource person for The Nation’s Economic Development Planning Group;
• Develop the approval and implementation of an economic development plan that meets the vision of the Council and local businesses;
• Develop, obtain approval for and implement policies encouraging industrial and commercial investment and promotional and marketing tools;
• Collaborate with the Communications Coordinator to maintain and improve the community profile by adding demographic statistics, economic indicators and highlights of local businesses and services;
• Identify, document and validate economic opportunities and investment ready land (IRL);
• Develop promotional and marketing program initiatives;
• Prepare reports and make presentations to Council and the Economic Development Planning Group and other stakeholders as required;
• Proactively research various levels of government to identify potential economic development revenue sources;
• Liaise with various government agencies (federal, provincial, regional) to keep abreast of the latest trends and policies in economic development;
• Representing The Nation Municipality to businesses, in networks and associations (e.g. P-R Chamber of Commerce) dedicated to economic development and at job fairs;
• Prepare workshops on business development and marketing, as needed;
• Managing questions from the business community and the public regarding development opportunities in the municipality;
• Prospecting to encourage outside businesses to locate in our municipality;
• Develop promotional projects related to tourism (organized tours, regional experience) and work with local businesses to improve the tourism offer;
• Accomplish all other related tasks

Required qualifications (job requirements) :
Education: University degree in Business Administration or a bachelor’s degree in a related field
Experience: 3 years of relevant experience, municipal experience would be an asset
Certification/Accreditation/Professional designation:
• Certification in economic development (Ec D) would be an asset
Specific knowledge:
• Fluency in written and spoken French and English;
• Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Word);
• Economic development computer system ZEN DESK

Required skills and abilities (expected candidate profile)

• Skills in evaluating and analyzing the results of studies and data;
• Communication skills for the preparation and presentation of reports and other documents;
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
• Knowledge of the socio-economic characteristics of the rural communities of Prescott and Russell (an asset);
• Interpersonal skills;
• Discretion in dealing with confidential files

Working conditions :

Physical effort required: Moderate
Specific equipment and machinery to be used: N/A
Special working conditions: No
Weekly hours: 35 hours per week
Job status: Full time (Monday to Friday)

Please note that the masculine gender is adopted in this text for generalization purposes. This position is open to both men and women.

Date of last update : February 24, 2022

Human Resources Department, Chantal Lauzon

Equal Opportunity Employer

At The Nation Municipality, we value diversity in our workforce and encourage all qualified candidates to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Nation Municipality welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.