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Public Works – Landscaping – Labourer - Sheenboro
Article published on 11 May 2021
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Municipality of Sheenboro
59 Sheen Road, Sheenboro QC J0X 2Z0
819-689-5022

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Public Works – Landscaping – Labourer

Description

The Municipality of Sheenboro is looking for a responsible youth to join our team for the 2021 summer season.
The public works team is responsible for the maintenance, repair and cleanliness of public infrastructures, roads, and transfer site. It is a great opportunity to work outdoors surrounded by beautiful local scenery.

Responsibilities

 Maintaining the Transfer Site
 Assist in keeping the roads and ditches clean
 Maintaining cleanliness of municipal infrastructures
 Picking up and clearing brush
 Painting

Requirements

 The candidate must be between the age of 15 and 30 years old
 Must possess excellent communication skills, professionalism and reliability
 Open availability, including weekends
 Ability to perform well in a team and independently
 Ability to perform physically demanding tasks when required
 Have a good knowledge of customer service skills
 Valid drivers’ licence and vehicle is an asset
 Must be compliant with all COVID-19 regulations

Duration
This position is seasonal and available for 8 weeks at 35 hours per week. Candidate will begin work on June 28th, 2021

Hourly wage
$14/hour

To Apply
Please send your application by email: Dg.sheenboro mrcpontiac.qc.ca or by mail to:

Ashlee Poirier, Director General
59 Chemin Sheen
Sheenboro, QC J0X 2Z0

Accepting applications until May 28th,2021

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