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Seasonal Employment: GIS Data Collection/General Laborer

May 7 2019

GIS Data Collection/General Laborer

The Town is seeking one (1) seasonal employee to assist with GIS Data collection and mapping as well as being available to assist Public Works when required.

This position will require several KM’s of walking per day, as well as requiring the use of a Trimble data collector to collect asset and feature positions within town limits.

This position is ideally suited to an individual that possesses adequate physical health and fitness levels to walk the majority of the work day, in addition to having above average tech skills and a personal interest in computer sciences and applications.

Please have the following attributes prior to applying;

- Able to work with minimal supervision
- Be organized and driven to complete projects
- Safety Focused
- Computer Literate

Required Qualifications:
• Valid Class 5 Drivers License with an acceptable driver’s abstract (for Laborer positions)
• Excellent communication and customer service skills
• Applicants with First Aid, CPR, & A.E.D. certificates preferred

Remuneration: Starting wage depending on experience and qualifications

Applications, including a resume, cover letter, and references, to be submitted via email (Word format). Applicants are asked to please indicate the position(s) applying for, as well as any preferences.

For additional information please contact:

Human Resources Coordinator
Phone: 780-645-4481, Ext. 2143
Email: humanresources@town.stpaul.ab.ca

Applications will be accepted until May 17, 2019 @ 12:00pm MST.

The Town of St. Paul thanks all applicants for their interest. Only those selected applicants will be contacted for further information and follow-up.
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