Request for Proposal - Office Furniture
- Published: Thursday, 22 September 2022 12:48
The Municipality of the District of Shelburne is currently seeking proposals for multi-use commercial grade furniture that will be predominantly located in private offices, open office work areas, meeting rooms, special purpose spaces, in the Municipal Administration Building.
You will find a copy of the RFP document and any addendums here, https://procurement.novascotia.ca/tender-details.aspx?id=MDS2022-013.
Submission will be accepted until 4:00 pm, October 3, 2022.
Director of Operations and Protective Services
- Published: Thursday, 22 September 2022 11:39
Municipality of the District of Shelburne is seeking applications for the full-time, management position of Director of Operations and Protective Services. This position is located at the Municipal Administration Building, located at 136 Hammond Street, Shelburne, NS.
The Director of Operations and Protective Services will be responsible for the effective oversight and coordination of Solid Waste Management, Inspection Services, By-law and Public Works departments, Fire Services, Emergency Management, Occupational Health and Safety, and overall management of the Municipality’s capital assets. The complete list of duties, skills and qualifications can be found here .
The annual salary scale for this position is $62,023 - $75,391 dependent upon qualifications and experience.
This is an internal and external posting. Resumes with cover letters will be accepted until 12:00 pm on Wednesday, October 12, 2022.
Community Development Coordinator
- Published: Wednesday, 21 September 2022 09:13
Municipality of the District of Shelburne is seeking applications for the full-time, unionized position of Community Development Coordinator. This position is located at the Municipal Administration Building, located at 136 Hammond Street, Shelburne, NS.
The Community Development Coordinator will be responsible for the effective development and coordination of community based projects, including tourism marketing, community outreach, and grants to organizations. The complete list of duties, skills and qualifications can be found here .
The annual salary scale for this position is $47,878 - $52,846 dependent upon qualifications and experience.
This is an internal and external posting. Resumes with cover letters will be accepted until 12:00 pm on Wednesday, October 5, 2022.
Low Income Applications are being sent in the mail
- Published: Thursday, 01 September 2022 16:46
If you haven't already applied and make less than $35,000 per year, please consider applying for the low income exemption application. You can send your application into or by mail to PO Box 280, Shelburne NS B0T1W0.
Seniors Care Grant
- Published: Thursday, 01 September 2022 16:27
Nova Scotians ages 65 and older can now apply for a Seniors Care Grant of up to $500 to help them pay for household and healthcare services they need so they can live comfortably in their homes.
Eligible seniors can also apply for a one-time Home Heating Grant of $250 to help with the costs of heating their homes.
Applications close on March 31, 2023.
For more information on the grants, including who is eligible and a list of eligible services, and to apply, go to www.novascotia.ca/seniorscaregrant.
If you have questions or want to request a print application, call 1-800-670-4357. Print applications are also available at Access Nova Scotia Centres and MLA offices.
TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OF ROSEWAY MANOR – NEXT STEPS
- Published: Tuesday, 02 August 2022 10:00
Since our spring announcement on the decision to replace the Municipal Corporation’s ownership of Roseway Manor, the Nova Scotia’s Department of Seniors and Long Term Care was asked to facilitate finding a qualified and experienced operator for Roseway Manor. The province invited local, qualified, for-profit AND non-profit service providers to submit proposals to operate as well as eventually replace and/or renovate the facility. The timeline was extended when an additional local organization asked to be considered as a potential operator and their submission was reviewed along with eight others.
The province utilized the Expression of Interest approach to ensure a timely and smooth transition to a qualified and experienced operator for residents and their families. Residents and their families are, and will always remain, the number one priority for the province, the municipalities, the Board of Directors and the staff of Roseway Manor.
We are most pleased to announce that the Department of Seniors and Long Term Care have advised us that the successful proponent is MacLeod Group Health Services.
MacLeod Group is the current owner and operator of Surf Lodge in Lockeport in addition to 11 other locations throughout the Maritimes. The company presently employs over 1,000 staff who care for over 640 residents. All of their facilities are in smaller communities, creating and retaining sustainable employment, that also contributes to the well-being of their communities. This aligns perfectly with one of the key priorities of the Board of Directors and the three municipalities. As the new operator of Roseway Manor, the MacLeod Group will report to the Board of Directors until such time as the ownership is transferred.
Residents, and their families, can expect the same quality of care, programs and services already being delivered by the caring staff of Roseway Manor. MacLeod Group is committed to continuing this focus, further investing in the education and training of staff, and ensuring safe, healthy living and work environments for all at the Roseway Manor. They are also committed to honouring all employee relationships with the excellent staff members who provide such quality care on a day-to-day basis to ensure as seamless a transition as possible.
Request for Proposals - Accessible Pathway Welkum Park
- Published: Wednesday, 27 July 2022 10:43
The Municipality of the District of Shelburne is seeking proposals from qualified contractors for the construction of an accessible pathway and amenities at Welkum Park, located at 8946 Upper Clyde Road, Shelburne, Nova Scotia.
Submission Deadline: 4:00pm August 17, 2022
Public Meeting - Municipal Boundary Review
- Published: Wednesday, 20 July 2022 13:03
On August 2 at 6:00 pm C+D community Design will be hosting a Public Meeting at 6:00 pm at the Shelburne Community Center, Meeting Room B, 63 King Street, Shelburne.
This meeting will include a short presentation on the Boundary Review and a discussion about the two proposed polling district alteration scenarios under consideration; 1. Scenario 1: Status Quo Seven (7) Councillors with Parity OR 2. Scenario 2: Reduction to Five (5) Councillors.
The public will be invited to speak at the meeting but will also be provided with comment cards which they can use to write their feedback and submit at the end of the evening. We hope all who are interested will attend.