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Municipal Employment Opportunities

Occasionally, the Municipality of South Dundas will have job opportunities available. When opportunities arise, the job will be posted below.

We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace and we encourage applications from all qualified individuals. Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of the specified competition.

The Municipality does not accept unsolicited resumes.

Current Opportunities

SUMMER STUDENTS

By-law Enforcement Student (35hr/week)
Provide By-Law enforcement throughout the Municipality by conducting routine patrols. Monitor for non-compliance of Municipal By-Laws which includes signage, hawkers and peddlers, transient traders, idling, bike and skateboards, display of merchandise, and licenses (i.e.: patio), etc., and offer alternate resolutions to formal charges, when applicable.
Learn how to work in a team environment.
Learn public relation and communication skills.
Learn basic technical skills required to perform the tasks, as well as working safely.

Must be able to work independently and with minimum supervision.

Read the By-Law Enforcement Student Job Description

Facility Maintenance Aide (35hr/week)
Assist in maintenance and repair of municipal facilities and equipment.
Daily facility clean up – keeping the grounds clean.
Daily cleaning of washroom facilities.
Daily garbage pick-up.
Learn how to work in a team environment.
Learn public relation and communication skills.
Learn basic technical skills required to perform the tasks, as well as working safely.

Must be able to work independently and with minimum supervision.

Read the Facility Maintenance Aide Job Description

Water/ Wastewater Student (40hr/week)
Performs water quality tests (ie. chlorine residual, pH).
Perform hand excavation, backfilling and repairs of works.
Guide contractors in cleaning sewers mains, laterals, manholes of debris and sediment.
Maintains, operates and inspects water and wastewater system assets.
Assists contractors in conducting CCTV inspections.
Assists in hydrant repairs (including painting marking hydrants).
Performs routine maintenance, inspection and minor repairs to water and wastewater infrastructure and assists in major construction repairs.
Ensures all work performed in compliance with relevant standards, legislation and regulations.
Complete forms, records and reports according to approved procedures and methods.
Performed other related duties as assigned.
A MOECC Operator in Training certification in Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection is an asset.
Public Works Aide (40hr/week)
Assist in the maintenance and repair of Municipal roadways, sidewalks and road allowances.
Assist in the maintenance and repair of Municipal vehicles, machinery, buildings and equipment.
Involved in roadway and sidewalk construction projects, as well as environmental projects (sewage, water, storm sewers, drainage and waste management).
Learn how to work in a team environment.
Learn public relation and communication skills.
Learn basic technical skills required to perform the tasks, as well as working safely.

Must be able to work independently and with minimum supervision.

Archives Clerk (35hr/week)
Promotes the history of the area by assisting in the activities of the Dundas County Archives. Assists the Archivist in collecting, organizing, cataloguing and preserving historical records of the community.  Responds to queries from researchers and assists in conducting document research on their behalf.  Assists in searching for records requested by municipal staff in the operation of their work activities. Assists the archivist by scanning and cataloguing a backlog of photographs in the collection.  Assists in creating displays to promote local history.  Assists in creating research finding aids to assist researchers.
Ability to communicate efficiently and professionally with clients.
Good teamwork, communication and digital skills required.

Must be able to work independently and with minimum supervision.

Parks Caretaker (35hr/week)
Are you considering a career in Parks and Recreation? Are you passionate about the beautification of the Municipality’s outdoor parks and beaches? Are you a self starter with some skills related to general maintenance? If you are, then the South Dundas Parks Caretaker position may be a perfect summer placement for you!
The Municipality of South Dundas is seeking a summer student to assist with the maintenance of parkland throughout South Dundas. Work must be executed with exceptional attention to detail, minimal supervision, and a high level of professionalism.
South Dundas parks and recreation offers a great team building environment with the opportunity to be mentored by staff who have a combined working experience in parks and recreation of over 50 years.

Read the Parks Caretaker Job Description

Student Arborist (35hr/week)
Are you considering a future career as an arborist? Arborists are responsible for maintaining and removing trees in a sustainable and responsible manner. The Municipality of South Dundas has been dealing with the loss of its tree canopy due to Emerald Ash Borer over the past few years. The student arborist position will be responsible for assisting in the creation, maintenance, and updating of the tree inventory within the Municipality though field inspections and assessments of species, as well as their location, size, and condition of trees located on Municipal Property.
South Dundas parks and recreation offers a great team building environment with the opportunity to be mentored by the Municipality’s arborist for the summer to learn appropriate maintenance and removal techniques for future career development and experience.

Read the Arborist Student Job Description

Recreation and Leisure Students (35hr/week)
Are you a passionate boater or camper? Do you spend most of your summers outside? Are you looking for a longer summer placement? The Municipality of South Dundas is currently recruiting 3 Recreation and Leisure Students who will be responsible for assisting with the operations and maintenance of the Municipality’s Marina and Campground while also serving as tourism ambassadors from May to October.
The Recreation and Leisure students will be involved with day-to-day operations of the Marina and Campground, accept bookings, perform maintenance, and also create and lead special events and activities as permitted for the campers.
South Dundas parks and recreation offers a great team building environment with the opportunity to be directly mentored by the Municipality’s Parks and Recreation Supervisor.

Read the Recreation and Leisure Student Job Description

Lifeguard (35hr/week)
Do you spend most of your summer at the beach, swimming, and working on your tan? These are all things you can do while also serving as a water safety ambassador for the Municipality of South Dundas as a Lifeguard this summer. The Municipality of South Dundas is seeking 6 lifeguards that will be responsible for supervising swimming activities at the Morrisburg and Iroquois Beaches and developing and teaching swimming lessons and fun water activities for all age groups.
Applicants must have a Certified Red Cross Lifeguard Training Certificate, have Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and standard first aid training.
South Dundas parks and recreation offers a great team building environment and a competitive $17.00/hour salary.
Must be able to work independently and with minimum supervision.

Read the Lifeguard Job Description

Carman House Interpreter (35hr/week)
Do you enjoy local history? Do you have a passion for the restoration of historical items and educating others about the past? The Municipality of South Dundas’ Carman House Committee is seeking an Interpreter for the Carman House Museum summer operations.
The Carman House Interpreter is responsible for delivering museum programs and services, and assist in the research, development, and implementation of museum programs.
The Carman House Museum Committee offers a great team building environment with the opportunity for the student to be mentored by local historians to learn about the rich history in South Dundas.
Must be able to work independently and with minimum supervision.

Read the Carman House Interpreter Job Description

 

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Paid On-Call (Volunteer) Firefighters
If you are interesting in joining the South Dundas Fire & Emergency Services (Iroquois, Morrisburg or Williamsburg Fire Stations), please view the SDFES Recruitment Orientation Package.