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Employment / Volunteer Opportunities

Employment Opportunity - Summer Recreation Positions

The Municipality of the District of Shelburne’s Recreation & Parks Department is now accepting applications for summer employment for the following positions:

  pdf Recreation Program Coordinator (158 KB) (2)

  pdf Recreation Program Leader (156 KB) (3)

  pdf Swim Program Coordinator (194 KB) (1)

  pdf Swim Program Leader (193 KB) (1)

  pdf Program Administrator (162 KB) (1)

  pdf Inclusion Staff - General Support (159 KB) (1)

  pdf Inclusion Staff - Personal Support (157 KB) (1)

Cover letter and resume are required and will be received at the Recreation & Parks Office until 4:30pm on Friday, April 17th by hand delivery, email, mail (P.O. Box 280, Shelburne NS B0T 1W0), or fax (902-875-1278)

For further information phone 875-3544 ext 225 or email at

Employment Opportunity - Summer Term

The Municipality of the District of Shelburne is looking for a motivated and energetic student to fill a summer employment vacancy at the Regional Materials Recover Facility (RMRF), located at 4571 Highway 3, West Green Harbour, Shelburne County.

Duties & Requiremnts include:

  • weighing in/out vehicles, assisting customers with sorting and general site maintenance.
  • This is a public service position; therefore, displaying a professional and positive attitude at all times is required.
  • The successful applicant must be a student.
  • Environmental interest is considered an asset.

The pay rate is $13.00 per hour for 32.5 hours per week for 15 weeks.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER to
Erin Hartley, Director of Corporate Services , by email at
or drop off at 136 Hammond Street, Shelburne between 9:00 - 4:30 (Monday - Friday).

DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2020 @ 12 noon

 

Volunteer Opportunities

Municipality of Shelburne seek Community Representatives

 Community Rep

Economic Growth Strategy Committee - Terms of Reference

Audit and Internal Control Committee - Terms of Reference

Planning and Development Committee - Terms of Reference

 

Local fire departments and community halls are always happy to have new volunteers.  Check with someone in your community to see how you can help!