Utility Maintenance Worker II
Utility Maintenance Worker II - REPOSTRequisition ID: 13788
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Main Purpose and Function
The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation is accepting applications from qualified individuals to be added to a pool of Utility Maintenance Worker IIs to join our auxiliary team. This role will provide qualified candidates an opportunity to work in and across a diverse portfolio of facilities and spaces in the City, including several 2010 Olympic venues.
Qualified candidates will be assessed on the basis of their skills, knowledge and abilities, and may be selected for an interview should they meet the qualifications and requirements of the position and a vacant opportunity exists.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities
The Utility Maintenance Worker II is responsible for the operational, janitorial and minor maintenance work in the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation ice rink facilities including, the functions related to the operation and service of ice arena surfaces, refrigeration plants and related maintenance and equipment.
The UMW II will also be responsible for performing and coordinating routine janitorial functions including cleaning change rooms and washrooms; washing and waxing floor; replenishing supplies; collecting and transferring refuse and other duties as required.
The successful candidates must be prepared to work in various park and recreation locations within the organization. Candidates must have availability to meet a variety of shift requirements including: morning, day, afternoon, night and weekends.
Applicants must attach a copy of the required certifications to their application.
Education and Experience:
- TSBC minimum of Ice Facility Operator Certificate (IFO) including higher certificate of TSBC Refrigeration Operator (RO) and/or 4th class power engineer Certification
- Completion of a recognized certification program in Building Service Work supplemented by technical training related to the work plus sound related experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Strong knowledge of recreation facility maintenance and repair
- Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety rules and regulations
- Working knowledge of ice rink refrigeration systems.
- Working knowledge of ice-making methods and re-surfacing equipment.
- Working knowledge of the materials, methods and equipment used in janitorial and building maintenance work.
- Ability to operate ice resurfacing equipment and any other tools or equipment related to the work.
- Ability to prepare simple reports.
- Ability to deal courteously and effectively with the public groups and users of the facility to ensure observance of the rules and regulations.
- Ability to observe equipment in operation and report on any malfunctions.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
- Good health and strength sufficient to perform a variety of manual tasks in janitorial and building maintenance work.
- Above average manual dexterity and mechanical aptitude.
Business Unit/Department: Board of Parks & Recreation (1400)
Affiliation: CUPE 15 Parks
Employment Type: Auxiliary/Casual
Position Start Date: September 2019
Salary Information: Pay Grade GR-015: $25.31 to $29.74 per hour
Application Close: September 1, 2019
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion.