New Job Program Attendant (Casual) In Manitoba

Program Attendant (Casual)
Program Attendant (Casual)

Program Attendant (Casual)

Company : City of Selkirk
Salary : $16–$17 an hour
Location : Manitoba

Full Description

Position Details

Position Duration: 7 months
Probation Rate: N/A
Regular Rate: $16.00-$17.00/hr
Hours of Work: 35 hrs/wk
Employment Type: Casual

About Us

Located 20 minutes from Winnipeg, Selkirk is a vibrant small city with a hometown feel. Our close-knit community loves to celebrate, learn and explore in the company of good neighbours. All through the year, there are many opportunities to enjoy local talent, learn about our past and seek out new interests.

The Opportunity

The City of Selkirk is currently in search of Program Attendants to join our team. This position under the direction of the Program Coordinator, will provide assistance in the delivery and supervision of recreational programing, facility upkeep and front-line customer service.

Job Duties

1. Customer Service
Welcome participants to the program.
Answer participant inquiries.
Assist with customer complaints and provide appropriate solutions in a timely manner.
Act as an ambassador for the City of Selkirk.

2. Administrative
Implement and enforce all rules, safety, and policies of the City of Selkirk Programs.
Complete equipment agreement forms, tracking documents and related administrative tasks.
Assist in writing an evaluation report and final inventory at the end of the program.
Respects the rights of confidentiality and privacy in all matters affecting or involving the program and/or service.
Responsible for the registration of program participants.
Responsible for handling cash float and issuing receipts.
End of day cash reconciliation (cash/debit/credit) when required.
Contact and communicate with patrons on closures and changes to program and other program information.

3. Recreation Programs
Kin Centre
Ensure that the Kin Centre and Sport Court, Recreation equipment and supplies used for the Recreation Library are maintained in good condition and properly stored.
Open and close Kin Centre, ensure that facility is properly secured at the end of shift.
Walk Jog Program
Assist with the planning and delivery of the Walk and Jog program.
Ensure all supplies are in place as necessary.
Ensure that the facility, equipment and supplies used for programs are maintained in good condition and properly stored.
Monitor and supervise participants.
Complete payment reconciliation at the end of each shift.
Skate Program
Monitor and supervise participants.
Collect payment and participant information.
Ensure proper equipment is worn by participants for the program.
Ensure that the facility, equipment and supplies used for programs are maintained in good condition and properly stored.
Complete payment reconciliation at the end of each shift.
Other programs as required.
Advise Program Coordinator of damaged and/or missing recreation equipment.
Ensure participant safety.
Sanitize/clean high touch areas in all facilities.

4. Perform other related duties as assigned by the Program Coordinator.

Qualifications/Minimum Requirements

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Minimum qualifications shall include:
Current Grade 12 student or High School Diploma required
Clear current Child Abuse Registry
Clear current Criminal Record Check
Strong people skills; friendly, cooperative, energetic, responsible.
Effective customer service and team work skills.
Ability to communicate respectfully; with tact and diplomacy. This includes the ability to understand and deliver written and verbal instructions.
Ability to attend work regularly, punctually and work a variety of hours.
Experience handling floats, balancing and preparing and reconciling cash deposits.
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks at once.
Computer and administrative skills.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals at all levels of the organization and external contacts.
Competency in safe work practices, knowledge and understanding of occupational hazards, safety precautions, regulations and procedures that are applicable to the area of work.
Ability to work indoors and outdoors in a variety of temperatures and weather conditions.
Ability to work weekend and evening shifts
Must be physically able to perform all the laboring aspects or other duties associated with the position


This is for a casual position ranging from September 2023 to April 2024, working 35 hours a week based on a flexible schedule. This position is excluded from the Collective Agreement and is open to all applicants.

The City of Selkirk is an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an inclusive work environment. Applicants who require accommodation during the hiring process are encouraged to contact the City’s Human Resources Division.

Thank you to all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

NOTE: Employees will be required to adhere to the City’s Vaccination Policy.


City of Selkirk



Closing Date

Aug 15, 2023 04:00 PM