New Job Resource Maintenance Supervisor In Saskatchewan

Resource Maintenance Supervisor
Resource Maintenance Supervisor

Resource Maintenance Supervisor

Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $5,825–$7,574 a month
Location : Saskatchewan

Full Description

Resource Maintenance Supervisor - PAR003310
Employment Type : Permanent Full-time
Location(s) : SK-Rgna-Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park
Ministry : 027 Parks Culture and Sport
Salary Range : $5,825 - $ 7,574 Monthly
Grade : MCP.05.

The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport's strategic focus is on quality of life and economic growth and we do this by working with diverse groups and communities to enhance the province’s cultural, artistic, recreational and social life. We promote excellence in the arts, culture, heritage, and sport and support vibrant and growing arts, cultural and French communities. The ministry also manages and enhances Saskatchewan’s provincial parks system and the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, conserving ecosystems and cultural resources and providing recreational and interpretive opportunities for visitors.

The Opportunity

The Parks Division is currently seeking a dynamic and highly motivated individual who is a flexible team player for the position of Resource Maintenance Supervisor for Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park & Area Recreation Sites within the Parks Division. Reporting to the Park Manager, this position is an integral member of the Park Management team and is responsible for park maintenance operations including:

  • Utilizing your leading, coaching and performance management skills in the supervision of park maintenance team;
  • Cultivating and building strong working relationships with contractors, suppliers, commercial lessees, stakeholders and other ministry staff;
  • Leading in-park projects, using your project and financial management knowledge and experience, including the oversight, costing, budget and quality control;
  • Ground and landscaping maintenance including trail grooming, irrigation and vegetation management;
  • Procurement and purchasing of equipment, parts and supplies;
  • Managing and leading the park preventative maintenance program on park infrastructure, equipment, and vehicles;
  • Park water treatment and distribution including oversight of the water treatment plant operations.

Our Ideal Candidate

Our ideal candidate is expected to have:

  • Knowledge and experience in facilities management and operations with the ability to operate and maintain a wide variety of park facilities and equipment (power mobile equipment operation, plumbing, carpentry, etc.);
  • Knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety Standards(OH&S), Workplace Hazardous Material Information Systems (WHIMIS), and Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG);
  • Knowledge and experience with prioritizing work in alignment with the goals and priorities of the Ministry;
  • Demonstrated organizational, planning, and managing the workflow of other employees including the effective use of time and resources;
  • Strong judgement, problem solving and decision-making skills using a solutions-based and risk management approach;
  • Superior communication skills both written and oral; and experience building commitment through collaboration and consultation;
  • Experience in business administration, computer operations and good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite;

Our candidate will also be expected to hold a valid SGI Class “G” Endorsement license (or be able to obtain within six months), as well as a valid Class 1 Water Treatment and Distribution Certification and Class 1 Wastewater Treatment and Collection Certification (or begin the training towards certification within twelve months).

Typically, the successful candidate will have several years of supervisory and management experience and the knowledge for this position would be gained through a combination of experience and/or education.

The successful candidate will typically spend 60-70% of their time in the office and the remainder of the time in the field. There may be travel required on an occasional basis. The successful candidate may need to be available to work occasional weekends, evenings, or statutory holidays and provide on-call support during the peak season. The successful candidate may also need to cover the role of Park Manager as well.

Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park & Area is located on the eastern shore of Last Mountain Lake near a coulee named Rowan's Ravine. Situated on the largest natural lake in Saskatchewan, Rowan’s is an urban recreation park approximately 50 minutes from Regina. The park is 270-hectares and hosts ~300 campsites which are open from May to October as well as a vast day-use area that overlooks Last Mountain Lake. We draw both national and international visitors year-round for the lakes premiere fishing. Rowan’s has approximately 25 staff at peak season and 4 commercial in-park businesses.

We also manage numerous recreation sites surrounding Regina including Regina Beach, Condie Nature Refuge, Wascana Trails, Valeport, Parry and Last Mountain House Provincial Historic Park with approximately 9 staff.

What We Offer:

  • Dynamic, challenging work for talented individuals;
  • A competitive salary;
  • Comprehensive benefits package including pension;
  • Vacation, scheduled days off (SDO) and other types of leave;
  • Inclusive work environments;
  • Advancement opportunities; and
  • Flexible work arrangements.

We are committed to workplace diversity.

Hours of Work : M - Monthly Out of Scope
Number of Openings : 1

Closing Date: May 17, 2023, 12:59:00 AM