About The City of Iqaluit
Iqaluit – Inuktitut for "many fish" – is located near the mouth of the Sylvia Grinnell River, which empties into Frobisher Bay. With a population of nearly 8000, Iqaluit is Canada’s smallest capital City. The City is currently experiencing a period of rapid development and population growth. As the largest community in Nunavut, Iqaluit is a growing community, unique in its role as a major business, transportation, administrative, health and education centre. Similar to other municipalities in Nunavut, Iqaluit is also a major land owner, responsible for the administration and development of municipal lands, which further creates a unique planning context.
If you love the outdoors, you will fall in love with our city for its year-round activities. Frobisher Bay is a great kite-skiing destination in the winter, as well as a snowmobilers playground. In the spring and summer, fishing, kayaking, boating and even diving are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed.
For more information, please visit our website: https://www.city.iqaluit.nu.ca/
About the Opportunity
The City of Iqaluit has an exciting opportunity for a Treatment Plant Operator to join their team in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Reporting to the Superintendent – Water & Sewer Operations, you, with others, will be responsible for operating, maintaining, sustaining, monitoring and assessing wastewater treatment plant needs and operations. The successful candidate will also directly ensure incoming wastewater is properly treated and discharged to the environment within the City of Iqaluit.
More specifically, you will operate the equipment within the facility in an appropriate manner and provides continual maintenance of every section of the plant. Key to the ongoing operation and maintenance of the facility and its equipment will be the conformance to the City’s Operational Health and Safety Manual.
On occasion, the Treatment Plant Operator may be called upon to perform similar operating and maintenance functions and duties in other City facilities including the Sewage Lift Stations, Water Treatment Plant, Water Booster Stations and Water Reheat Stations.
Please note that this role may require the successful candidate to work overtime, holidays or weekends on an ‘as required’ basis and provide rotating On-Call support services during after hours, including weekends, holidays etc.
To qualify for this role you will possess the following:
To be successful in this role you will need to possess advanced oral and written communication skills, strong problem-solving capabilities, previous experience with power equipment and manual tools and the ability to work well independently or in a team environment.
About the Benefits
The successful incumbent will be rewarded with a competitive annual salary plus a Settlement and Housing Allowance. You will also receive a great range of employee benefits, including:
At The City of Iqaluit, we value the happiness of our team and host numerous social events over the year including seasonal summer BBQ's and Christmas parties, charity fundraisers, and Social Committee events.
This is a unique opportunity to join a team of a thriving and growing city, at an exciting time. Furthermore, you will enjoy being part of a working environment that promotes personal and professional growth in an atmosphere of trust, respect, and collaboration.
If you are looking for a role where no two days are the same, and where you can make a real difference to The City of Iqaluit, then this is the role for you. Apply today!
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