Competition #V1634 Recreation Clerk (Casual) – Sunshine Coast Regional District

28 June 2023

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Sunshine Coast (Regional District)

Sunshine Coast Regional District

Competition #V1634

Recreation Clerk


Internal Closing Date: 4:30pm, Wednesday, July 5, 2023
External Closing Date: 4:30pm, Wednesday, July 12, 2023
The Sunshine Coast
If you have ever been to the Sunshine Coast, you know how amazing it is! If you haven’t, you really should check it out. Bordered by rugged mountains and blue ocean waters, situated on a peninsula (not an island) in the traditional lands of the shíshálh and Skwxwú7mesh First Nations, this area is known for its mild winters, beautiful surroundings, arts, and culture. With all the amazing recreation at our doorstep, it is not just a preferred tourist destination, it is also a great place to live, work, and play.

Position Overview
The Sunshine Coast Regional District is currently inviting applications for the position of casual Recreation Clerk. We are looking for a friendly and service-oriented person to join our team! Reporting to the Recreation Office Coordinator, and working within a community development philosophy, this position provides cashier and general support to the Recreation Centres on the Sunshine Coast with a strong emphasis and focus on customer service.
Compensation and Hours of  Work
This is a bargaining unit position with a wage rate of $22.91 per hour supplemented by an additional 4% vacation pay and then 5% statutory holiday pay after 30 days of employment. After 90 days of employment, casual workers are eligible for up to 5 paid sick days for scheduled work and will then receive 6% vacation pay after successfully passing a 4-month probationary period. Casual workers are also eligible to join the General Casual List for potential work opportunities elsewhere within the SCRD.

Please Note:
Incumbents must be available to work at both the Sechelt and Gibsons sites, and must be available on weekdays and weekends, noting that early mornings and late evenings may be required. Casual work is short notice relief work, 7 days a week, relieving employees who are on sick leave, leave of absence, vacation, or peak work periods for overload situations. There are no regularly scheduled hours nor any guarantee of hours. Appointment is subject to a satisfactory RCMP Criminal Records Check.

How to apply
Please review the job description, then send a current resume and a cover letter quoting the competition number via email by the closing date and time shown above. Please include your name and the competition number in the subject line of the email. The SCRD is committed to equitable access to employment opportunities.  We value a diverse workforce to best represent the communities we serve, and we thank all applicants in advance for your interest.
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