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Council Approves 1st Reading of Building By-law 19-03

At the April 1st, 2019 Regular Council Meeting, By-law 19-03 Being the Building by-law was introduced for first reading.  A Hearing of Objections date was set by Council for Monday, April 29th, 2019 at 6:30 pm in the W. C. O’Neill Arena Complex.  The DRAFT is attached below for public information. You can forward any comments to Clerk of the Town by email town@townofstandrews.ca or by dropping off your letter at the Town Hall 212 Water Street no later than Wednesday, April 24, 2019 to be included in the Council package for the Hearing of Objections Meeting of April 29th.

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LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS

Looking for Volunteers

Transportation Plan Advisory Committee

The Council of the Town of Saint Andrews is looking for interested residents to be part of a Technical Advisory Committee to assist the successful consultant in putting together the Master Transportation Plan.

This plan will look at traffic flow, parking, active transportation and other aspects related to the movement of people and vehicles.

The number of meetings will be determined by the consultant, but we anticipate 1-2 meetings a month from May until November.

If interested, please contact Town Hall at town@townofstandrews.ca

 

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Seasonal Employment- Public Works Labourer- Competition TSA 2019-17

Town of Saint Andrews
Seasonal Employment Opportunity
Public Works Department

Report to: Public Works Supervisor

This is a seasonal position (May through October) for an individual who is a team player, has the ability to follow instruction, work independently and be comfortable doing manual labour, as well as operating a ride-on lawn mower, grass trimmer and chainsaw.

Qualifications:

Completion of high school
Candidate must be in good health as some duties are of a strenuous nature
Valid New Brunswick Class V driver’s license.
We offer a competitive wage based on the successful candidate’s abilities and experience.

Please submit resume, quoting competition #TSA 2019-17, by April 12, 2019 to:

Town of Saint Andrews
Competition TSA 2019-17
212 Water Street,
Saint Andrews, NB E5B 1B4

Or email

tacton@townofstandrews.ca

We thank all applicants, but only those requested for an interview will be contacted.

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SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT 2019

The Town of Saint Andrews is accepting applications for the following 2019 seasonal positions:

Public Works Labourer Competition #2019-10

Duties may include various tasks around the Town such as lawn mowing, litter pick up, painting and other tasks as assigned by the Public Works supervisor.

Junior Wharfinger Competition #2019-11

Duties include assisting the wharf staff with incoming boats, assisting tourists and boaters, and light maintenance on the wharf.  Experience with boating is considered an asset.

Tour Guides – St. Andrews Blockhouse  Competition #2019-12

Duties include providing public tours, addressing inquiries and light maintenance around the facility.  The successful candidate will have an interest in historic artifacts, places and events, enjoys working with the public, is well groomed and has a positive attitude.  Bilingualism is required.  This is a full time position starting May 30/19 and finishing August 31/19 at 40 hours per week.

Tour Guide – Sheriff Andrews House Competition #2019-13

Duties include wearing a period costume while providing interpretive tours of the museum and and carrying out light maintenance in the facility.  The successful candidate will have a passion for history, be well groomed, have a positive attitude, and possess excellent communication skills.  Bilingualism is considered an asset This is a full-time position starting May 29/19 and finishing August 31/19 at 40 hours per week.

Tour Guides – Ross Memorial Museum Competition #2019-14

Duties include conducting tours of the museum, light maintenance and gardening. The successful candidate has an interest in historic artifacts, is well groomed, has a positive attitude and possesses excellent communication skills.  Bilingualism considered an asset. This is a full-time position starting May 29/19 and the finishing August 31/19 at 40 hours per week.

Tourism Guides – Visitor Information Centre Competition #2019-15

Duties include assisting visitors with information about the Town, surrounding areas and the province. Light maintenance in the facility is required.  The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of Saint Andrews, enjoys working with the public, is well groomed, have a positive attitude. Bilingualism is considered an asset. This is a full-time position starting May 8/19 and finishing August 31/19 at 40 hours per week.

Junior Librarian Competition #2019-16

Duties include assisting the Manager with tasks related to the operations of a fully functioning library including the planning and delivery of a children’s summer program.  The successful candidate will enjoy working with the public, have an interest in literature, be well groomed and have a positive attitude.  Being enrolled in a Library Science Program is considered an asset.

To apply please send cover letter and resume to:

Seasonal Employment – Town of Saint Andrews
212 Water Street,
Saint Andrews, NB E5B 1B4

Please state Competition # and the position(s) you’re applying for.

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PUBLIC NOTICE – WELLNESS CENTER MEETING POSTPONED

“At the February 4, 2019 Council Meeting, it was stated that Council hoped to have a meeting on February 23, 2019 to discuss the Wellness Centre. However, in order to provide the best information on the various options, the meeting has been postponed to a later date.

Mayor and Council will provide an update as soon as all information has been gathered.”

Updates will be provided through the Town’s website, Facebook, Info Board (Front of Town Hall) and CHCO-TV.

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Competition 2019-09 Senior Interpretive Guide – Sheriff Andrews House

Senior Interpretive Guide- Sheriff Andrews House

Competition #2019 – 09

Under the direction of the Museum Supervisor, this position is responsible for assisting and supporting the activities of the summer operations on a provincial historic site.

The ideal candidate will be responsible to greet visitors and provide them information regarding the facility, museum displays, and youth programming.

This is a minimum 18 week position starting in late May.

The ideal candidate will;

  • Have successfully completed high school education.
  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions effectively
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and oral communication skills
  • Ability to do oral presentations to the general public
  • Ability to lift, move and carry up to 20 kg
  • Fluency in both official languages would be considered an asset.

Interested candidates may apply by sending a resume, along with three work references, quoting Competition # 2019 – 09 to:

Seasonal Employment – Town of Saint Andrews
Town of Saint Andrews
212 Water St., Saint Andrews, NB E5B 1B4

town@townofstandrews.ca

Application deadline: May 3, 2019.

 

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   Assistant Wharfinger – Competition #2019-08

Reporting to the Wharfinger, the Assistant Wharfinger will assist in the day-to-day operations of Market Wharf. The job involves ensuring the safe movement of vessels, pedestrians, and vehicles, as well as the assigning of berths at Town-owned piers, slips, and moorings. The job also includes direct supervision and training of junior/summer staff.  As a Town representative, the Assistant must maintain a professional attitude towards clients and ensure an optimal level of customer service.

Maintaining professional relationships with wharf users, collection of fees, resolving logistical issues, and record keeping of wharf operations will also be required. The position will also require the performance of light maintenance work.  

The successful candidate must possess and maintain a valid NB driver’s license and a clear driver’s abstract as well as have their own vehicle, and must possess, or be willing to obtain, a valid Small Craft Operators Certificate and Small Vessel Operator Proficiency. Flexible work hours will be required, including weekends and holidays.

Interested candidates may apply by sending a resume, along with three work references, quoting competition # 2019-08 to:

Seasonal Employment – Town of Saint Andrews
212 Water St., Saint Andrews, NB E5B 1B4 

town@townofstandrews.ca

Application deadline: April 18, 2019.

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Public Engagement Questionnaire: Climate Change Adaptation

Eastern Charlotte Waterways has been working in partnership with municipalities in an effort to identify and manage vulnerable areas during exceptional weather events as well as predicted sea level rise over a period of years. They continue to gather valuable information that will hopefully assist municipalities in the preparation for these events.

Please add your comments by filling out their online questionnaire.

 

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Charlotte County Archives Seeks Archives Manager

 Charlotte County Archives is looking for an Archives Manager for a full-time, six-month employment contract with the possibility of renewal, pending funding. The job will begin as soon as the hiring process is complete, ideally by April 25, 2019.

Under the general direction of the Board of Directors, the Archives Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Charlotte County Archives office, staff, and volunteers; for ensuring adherence to the collections policies developed by the Board; and for the successful leadership and management of the Archives, according to the strategic direction set by the Board.

The ideal candidate will have a post-secondary degree in history, library science, or a related field, or have extensive experience in archival or historic record-keeping and research. An interest in history or genealogy, a passion for detail, and a desire to serve the public are also highly recommended.

Please send resumes with a cover letter by e-mail to the Selection Committee at ccajobposting@gmail.com no later than April 19th or by mail to Robin Burton, Charlotte County Archives, 123 Frederick Street, St. Andrews, NB E5B 1Z1. For a complete job description, please go to http://www.ccarchives.ca/contact-us

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Seasonal – Junior Librarian – Competition #2019-16

Duties include assisting the Manager with tasks related to the operations of a fully functioning library including the planning and delivery of a children’s summer program.  The successful candidate will enjoy working with the public, have an interest in literature, be well groomed and have a positive attitude.  Being enrolled in a Library Science Program is considered an asset.

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Seasonal – Junior Wharfinger Competition #2019-11

Duties include assisting the Wharf Staff with incoming boats, assisting tourist and boaters and carrying out light maintenance on the Wharf. Experience with boating is considered an asset.

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Seasonal – Public Works Labourer – Competition #2019-10

Duties may include various tasks around the Town such as lawn mowing, litter pick-up, painting and other tasks as assigned by the Public Works Supervisor.

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Blockhouse -Tourist Guide Competition #2019-12

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Wearing the assigned uniform including closed toed footwear.
Attending and participating in staff training.
Acting in a professional manner at all times.
Promoting safe work practices by example.
Not using personal technology during working hours.
Notifying the VIC Supervisor of any emergencies occurring on the site in a timely manner.
Submitting bi-weekly time sheets to the VIC supervisor.
Being punctual and on time for scheduled shifts.
Being honest and cooperative with co-workers thus contributing to a team spirit in the work place.
 TERMS and CONDITIONS:         

Rate of pay is set at $______ per hour.
Vacation pay (4% of pay) will be included in pay cheque.
Pay day is bi-weekly and by automatic deposit.
40 hours per week.
Some holiday and weekend shifts.
Changes to the work schedule are at the discretion of the VIC Supervisor.

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Visitor Information Centre – Tour Guide – Competition #2019-15

JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • Working as a front-line ambassador for the Town of Saint Andrews.
  • Greeting visitors and offering assistance as required.
  • Distribution and dissemination of information and literature.
  • Promotion of the Town, County, Province and Atlantic Canada.
  • Knowledgeable and informed regarding attractions and events within the Town.
  • Knowledge of the Town’s history, heritage and cultural background.
  • Assisting visitor with itinerary planning.
  • Janitorial duties including cleaning public washrooms.
  • Attending to tasks as assigned by the VIC Supervisor.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Wearing the assigned uniform including closed toed footwear.
  • Attending and participating in staff training.
  • Acting in a professional manner at all times.
  • Promoting safe work practices by example.
  • Not using personal technology during working hours.
  • Notifying the VIC Supervisor of any emergencies occurring on or near the VIC premises in a timely manner.
  • Submitting bi-weekly time sheets to the VIC supervisor.
  • Being punctual and on time for scheduled shifts.
  • Being honest and cooperative with co-workers thus contributing to a team spirit in the work place.

TERMS and CONDITIONS:         

  • Rate of pay is set at $______ per hour.
  • Vacation pay (4% of pay) will be included in pay cheque.
  • Pay day is bi-weekly and by automatic deposit.
  • 40 hours per week.
  • Some holiday and weekend shifts.
  • Changes to the work schedule are at the discretion of the VIC Supervisor.

Application deadline: May 3, 2019.

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