Employment / Volunteer Opportunities

CITIZEN APPOINTMENTS SHELBURNE COUNTY EAST RCMP ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The Shelburne County East RCMP Advisory Committee has vacancies for three (3) individuals (one from the Town of Shelburne, one from the Town of Lockeport, and one from the Municipality of Shelburne) to be involved in promoting and preserving safe communities throughout the area. The Committee is created under the authority of the Nova Scotia Police Act, and includes both elected and non-elected representatives.

Letters of application will be received from residents by the undersigned until 12:00 noon on Friday, July 23, 2021. Letters of application should include a brief biography of the individual and information, skills or assets that will be useful to the Committee, together with three professional and/or volunteer related references. All applications will be processed through appropriate security clearances.

For further information regarding the duties and responsibilities of this Committee, please contact the undersigned.

Trudy Payne
Chief Administrative Officer
Municipality of the District of Shelburne
136 Hammond Street
PO Box 280
Shelburne NS
B0T 1W0
Email:
(902) 875-3544 ext 223

TERM EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT / RECORDS MANAGEMENT SUPPORT

Municipality of the District of Shelburne is seeking applications for the term position of Executive Assistant (Administrative Steam) until December 18, 2021, followed by special project implementation of electronic records management until March 31, 2021 (with possible extension). This position is located at the Municipal Administration Building, located at 136 Hammond Street, Shelburne, NS.

The term position offers administrative support for the Chief Administrative Officer as well as the Warden and Council. The records management project offers support to the electronic records management administrator during the implementation phase of the project. Here you can find a complete list of duties, skills and qualifications - Job Description .

Resumes with cover letters will be accepted until 4:00 pm on Friday, July 16, 2021.

Erin Hartley
Director of Corporate Services
Municipality of the District of Shelburne
136 Hammond Street
PO Box 280
Shelburne NS
B0T 1W0
Email:
(902) 875-3544 ext 226

Causal Lock-up Guards

Municipality of the District of Shelburne is seeking applications to fill casual Lock-up Guard positions for the Municipality’s Lock-up Facility in Shelburne. Applicants must be able to get to the Lock-up within 30 minutes of a receiving a call.

A job description is available here . Resumes will be accepted until 12:00 noon on June 30, 2021.

We appreciate all expressions of interest for this position however; only those applicants receiving an interview will be contacted.

Resume and cover letter can be forwarded to Trudy Payne, Chief Administrative Officer Municipality of the District of Shelburne P.O. Box 280, 136 Hammond Street Shelburne, NS B0T 1W0, E-mail:

Director of Economic Development

The Municipality is seeking an experienced municipal or business leader with exceptional leadership, administration, and financial skills to lead our Community and Economic Development Department. While the Municipality has a population of approximately 4,400, it provides services to 7,000 people, including two adjacent towns. The successful candidate will understand the need to maximize opportunities and efficiency that encourages business investment and fosters community and economic development.

Municipality of the District of Shelburne, located on Nova Scotia’s beautiful South Shore, is home to the world’s best lobster and seafood, unspoiled white sand beaches, quality educational facilities which attract numerous international students each year, year-round family oriented recreational facilities and programs, Black Loyalist Heritage Centre, one of the first rural municipalities to provide Fibre-to-the-Home broadband to over 95% of business and residents, a new collaborative health care clinic, and a new multi-government administration building in the design phase. Shelburne is only one hour from Yarmouth and Bridgewater and two hours from Halifax.

The Municipality of the District of Shelburne is an equal opportunity employer. The preferred candidate must have a completed post-secondary education in economic development or equivalent, possessing a strong understanding of municipal operations and oversight, plus five to seven years of related experience. Competitive wages, pension, and benefits package available.

View the job description .

The competition will remain open until successfully filled.

If you are a self-motivated, people oriented, team leader with strong interpersonal and excellent communication skills and looking for a challenge please submit your resume to .

The Municipality of Shelburne is committed to the principles of the Accessibility Act. As such, we strive to make our recruitment, assessment, and selection processes as accessible as possible and provide accommodations as required for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodations at any point during the application and hiring process, please contact .

Seeking Community Representatives - Local Government Matters

Get Involved

Get involved - VOLUNTEER TODAY!

The Municipality of Shelburne seeks Community Representatives Municipality of Shelburne has vacancies on three Boards or Committees where staff, Council and community collaborate on important issues and topics.

Are you money and business savvy?

You may be interested in our Audit & Internal Control Committee.

Want to influence growth and expansion?

Become a member of the Economic Growth Strategy Committee.

Please submit your letter of interest to:

Erin Hartley,
Director of Corporate Services

or drop off at 136 Hammond Street, Shelburne.