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NWT Job Opportunities

Current opportunities within recreation, parks, and on the land programming in the Northwest Territories.

Lead Lifeguard – Full-time Seasonal

The Hamlet of Tulita is seeking to hire one (1) Lead Lifeguard for the Recreation Department.
The Lead Lifeguard reports directly to the Director of Recreation and is responsible for
supervising, operating and leading programming at the Tulita community swimming pool
throughout the summer months.

The ideal candidate must meet the below qualifications and enjoy creating a positive and safe
environment for all community members. Applicants for this position must be 18 years of age or
older and have availability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends.
This is a full-time seasonal position working 40 hours per work.

The Lead Lifeguard is required to have the following certifications:
- Valid First Aid and CPR Certificate
- National Lifeguard Standard Instructor/Examiner Certificate
- Examiner Bronze Cross Level
- Pool Operators 1 Certificate (Preferred but not required)

Duties Include:
- To provide an environment that has the overall safety of the public and staff as the prime
consideration.
- Oversee and manage the Assistant lifeguard and junior staff;
- To provide enjoyable aquatic opportunities and programs to the public;
- Shall maintain records of Pool conditions, equipment, and facility.
- To maintain Chlorine levels of the pool water and maintain the Sand filters;
- In liaison with the Director of Recreation creates the pool programming schedule (i.e.
swim lessons, lifesaving lessons, public, family and teen swims);
- The Lead Lifeguard will be expected to lifeguard swims and teach programs for the season
with help from the assistant lifeguard.
- Ensures that the facility complies with the Lifesaving Society Pool standards; and
- Completes all other related duties as required.

This position pays between $30.00 - $35.00 an hour dependent on experience. Relocation flights
to and from Tulita for the summer will be covered, and accommodations are available.

To apply please send your resume and copies of certifications to
recreation@hamletoftulita.ca.

Applications will be open until the position is filled.

If you require further information, please reach out to the Recreation Director at
recreation@hamletoftulita.ca or call 867-588-3417.

Lead Lifeguard

Employer

Closing Date

On-The-Land Recreation Assistant

Interested in environmental issues and green events? Ecology North is looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic On-The-Land Recreation assistant to help plan, facilitate and organize Ecology North’s environmental education programming and events such as the School Garden Program, Environmental Adventure Camps, Folk on the Rocks’ Environment Team, as well as a variety of other diverse project work in collaboration with other Ecology North staff. The position is 37.5 hours a week for 14 weeks with a start date in May and an end date at the beginning of September. Due to funding for the position, only youth 30 or younger will be considered.

Yellowknife, NT X0E, Canada

Employer

Ecology North

Closing Date

Day Camp Leader

Yellowknife, NT X0E, Canada

Employer

Northern Moasic Network

Closing Date

Market Garden & Microgreen Assistant

Bush Order Provisions Ltd. is hiring a for a Market Garden & Microgreen Assistant through the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Canada Summer Student Program .

The Market Garden Assistant will help with all aspects of vegetable and fruit production, sales (onsite Farm Store and YK Farmers Market) and provide some kitchen assistance. The following are the main areas of work and in any given week, you can expect to rotate through these areas of work.

Field tasks: Help with a wide range of field tasks related to the growing and maintenance of our crops. Planting, seeding, weeding, pruning, trellising, field prep; setting up field materials or infrastructure; and cleaning and organisational tasks. Assist in maintaining our compost program.

Harvesting: Help harvest vegetables for our weekly Saturday Farm Store and/or Farmers Market. Tasks include harvesting, weighing, washing, packaging and labelling vegetables.

Microgreens: Weekly seeding, watering, and harvesting of a variety of microgreen crops.

Kitchen assistance: Providing assistance with product creation, managing ingredients, packaging and labeling.

Planning, administration, communications: Depending on your skill-sets and interests, you can be involved with a range of administrative tasks to help us with our weekly planning. Tasks may include data entry, social media, and community outreach.

Employer

Bush Order Provisions

Closing Date

Lead Lifeguard – Full-time Seasonal

The Hamlet of Tulita is seeking to hire one (1) Lead Lifeguard for the Recreation Department.
The Lead Lifeguard reports directly to the Director of Recreation and is responsible for
supervising, operating and leading programming at the Tulita community swimming pool
throughout the summer months.

The ideal candidate must meet the below qualifications and enjoy creating a positive and safe
environment for all community members. Applicants for this position must be 18 years of age or
older and have availability to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends.
This is a full-time seasonal position working 40 hours per work.

The Lead Lifeguard is required to have the following certifications:
- Valid First Aid and CPR Certificate
- National Lifeguard Standard Instructor/Examiner Certificate
- Examiner Bronze Cross Level
- Pool Operators 1 Certificate (Preferred but not required)

Duties Include:
- To provide an environment that has the overall safety of the public and staff as the prime
consideration.
- Oversee and manage the Assistant lifeguard and junior staff;
- To provide enjoyable aquatic opportunities and programs to the public;
- Shall maintain records of Pool conditions, equipment, and facility.
- To maintain Chlorine levels of the pool water and maintain the Sand filters;
- In liaison with the Director of Recreation creates the pool programming schedule (i.e.
swim lessons, lifesaving lessons, public, family and teen swims);
- The Lead Lifeguard will be expected to lifeguard swims and teach programs for the season
with help from the assistant lifeguard.
- Ensures that the facility complies with the Lifesaving Society Pool standards; and
- Completes all other related duties as required.

This position pays between $30.00 - $35.00 an hour dependent on experience. Relocation flights
to and from Tulita for the summer will be covered, and accommodations are available.

To apply please send your resume and copies of certifications to
recreation@hamletoftulita.ca.

Applications will be open until the position is filled.

If you require further information, please reach out to the Recreation Director at
recreation@hamletoftulita.ca or call 867-588-3417.

Lead Lifeguard

Published By

Published Date

May 25, 2022

On-The-Land Recreation Assistant

Interested in environmental issues and green events? Ecology North is looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic On-The-Land Recreation assistant to help plan, facilitate and organize Ecology North’s environmental education programming and events such as the School Garden Program, Environmental Adventure Camps, Folk on the Rocks’ Environment Team, as well as a variety of other diverse project work in collaboration with other Ecology North staff. The position is 37.5 hours a week for 14 weeks with a start date in May and an end date at the beginning of September. Due to funding for the position, only youth 30 or younger will be considered.

Yellowknife, NT X0E, Canada

Published By

Ecology North

Published Date

May 25, 2022

Day Camp Leader

Yellowknife, NT X0E, Canada

Published By

Northern Moasic Network

Published Date

May 25, 2022

Market Garden & Microgreen Assistant

Bush Order Provisions Ltd. is hiring a for a Market Garden & Microgreen Assistant through the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Canada Summer Student Program .

The Market Garden Assistant will help with all aspects of vegetable and fruit production, sales (onsite Farm Store and YK Farmers Market) and provide some kitchen assistance. The following are the main areas of work and in any given week, you can expect to rotate through these areas of work.

Field tasks: Help with a wide range of field tasks related to the growing and maintenance of our crops. Planting, seeding, weeding, pruning, trellising, field prep; setting up field materials or infrastructure; and cleaning and organisational tasks. Assist in maintaining our compost program.

Harvesting: Help harvest vegetables for our weekly Saturday Farm Store and/or Farmers Market. Tasks include harvesting, weighing, washing, packaging and labelling vegetables.

Microgreens: Weekly seeding, watering, and harvesting of a variety of microgreen crops.

Kitchen assistance: Providing assistance with product creation, managing ingredients, packaging and labeling.

Planning, administration, communications: Depending on your skill-sets and interests, you can be involved with a range of administrative tasks to help us with our weekly planning. Tasks may include data entry, social media, and community outreach.

Published By

Bush Order Provisions

Published Date

May 25, 2022

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