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Beautiful Pincher Creek, Alberta – the Jewel of the Rockies. This beautiful mountain community offers a stunning natural landscape, from mountains, water, rolling hills and open prairies. Located in the heart of Southwestern Alberta, it is easily accessible from every direction, 211 km south of Calgary, 103 km west of Lethbridge, 221 km east of Cranbrook, B.C. and 369 km north of Great Falls, Montana.
Pincher Creek is the hub of many cultural and year-round recreational activities. A vast array of outdoor activities such as Skiing (Castle Mountain 30 min away) as well as Hunting and world class fishing.   Pincher Creek is one of Alberta’s best kept secrets.

Job Classification:         Article 14 a. (iv). Casual Employee
Rate of Pay:                  $ 27.90 /hr, 40hr week
Closing Date:                July 30, 2021
Position End Date:       January 28, 2022
This position may require rotational On Call shifts.    As per CUPE Letter of Understanding No. 5.  The Town of Pincher Creek has an “On-Call” system in place.  Call Outs shall be paid in accordance with Article 4 and 6 of the C.U.P.E Local 927 Collective Agreement.
See attached Job Description Maintenance Worker 1
Contact:  Town of Pincher Creek / PO Box 159 Pincher Creek T0K-1WO 
We would like to thank all candidates who submitted their resumes, however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

The Town of Pincher Creek has a fulltime position available for a Manager of Legislative Services.  The Manager of Legislative Services is responsible for the overall administration duties of the Town of Pincher Creek.  The position will manage the licensing, by-law, planning and subdivision programs, and legislative compliance, providing guidance and training to staff and department managers.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
            Ensuring Legislative Compliance
  • Supervise personnel in the Planning, Economic, Community Peace Officer and Administration Department
  • Manage business licensing program, Bylaws, Agreements, Policies, Planning Development and Subdivision Program
  • Assume overall responsibility for the census, elections and plebiscites
  • Preparation and presentation of the budgets for the general, legislative, administration, bylaw, planning, subdivisions, development, and policing.
  • Attend Council, & Committee of the Whole Meetings, and MDSA (Municipal Subdivision and Development Authority) as required
  • Develop and maintain current long range plans for the Departments
  • Manage and maintain the record and file retention system and FOIP Coordinator
  • Maintain control of office equipment and supplies
  • Provide assistance to Directors and staff as required
  • Ensure a safe work environment
  • Assist with emergent or unforeseen issues as required
  • Will be a team leader with the ability to support, coach and develop staff and engage and motivate colleagues for optimum productivity and continuous improvement
  • Must be highly effective communicator with the ability to listen and effectively present information to various groups
  • Will possess superior supervisory, verbal and written communication skills
  • Possess a high degree of personal initiative with excellent planning and organizational skills, delivered with integrity and professionalism
  • Must possess extensive experience with various computer systems and software, especially in financial and/or municipal software areas
  • Preferably have a Degree or Diploma in a relevant or related discipline, and/or a recognized municipal designation, i.e. CLGM, NACCLA, with five to seven years of senior management experience
  • The incumbent must be bondable and have extensive experience in Land planning, cash flow, personnel management and thorough knowledge of Municipal Legislation, i.e. MGA
  • The incumbent must be comfortable and proficient interacting with the public, media and representatives from all levels of government
  • Provide excellent customer service
Salary is dependent upon education and experience. Transition plan in place.   Interested applicants are invited to forward a summary of qualification, experience and references to the Town of Pincher Creek, Box 159, Pincher Creek, AB T0K 1W0 or email This ad will stay open until a suitable candidate has been chosen.
We wish to thank everyone who submits an application; however, only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.

The Town of Pincher Creek has an opening for a full time administrative assistant. 
  • Records Management experience
  • Cemetery and GIS experience would be an asset
  • Superior computer skills in Microsoft Office
  • Proficient skills in the use of standard office equipment
  • Be able to work in a fast paced, constantly changing environment
  • Have an outgoing and pleasant personality and excel in serving members of the public in person and on the telephone
  • Must be organized and accurate
  • Municipal experience would be an asset but is not a requirement
WAGE:                          In accordance with CUPE, Local 927 Contract
HOURS OF WORK:     35 hour work week
START DATE:               Immediately
CLOSING DATE:          Open until a suitable applicant is found
Interested applicants are invited to forward a summary of qualification and experience to the Town of Pincher Creek, Box 159, Pincher Creek, AB T0K 1W0 or email 
We wish to thank everyone who submits an application; however, only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.                    

(1 Position)

Reporting to the Manager of Recreation Services, the Coordinator of Parks and Open Spaces will be responsible for the overall maintenance and operations of the Town of Pincher Creek parks and open spaces including all parks, green spaces, sports fields, playgrounds, campgrounds and cemeteries. The Coordinator of Parks and Open Spaces will ensure all Town of Pincher Creek parks and open spaces are clean, safe and in a state of good repair and in compliance with all Provincial and Federal Safety and Occupational Health and Safety Standards.  The successful candidate will assist with staff hiring, supervision and training in areas of operations and safety, be responsible for the parks and open spaces maintenance and equipment preventative plan as well as assist with the maintenance of other Town facilities as required.  Full job description is available upon request (the job description is currently under review).

  • Over 18 years of age
  • Valid Class 5 Drivers License
  • One or more of the following certificates: Diploma in Horticulture, Turf Management Certificate, Sports Field Operators Certificate I and II, CPSI Playground Certificate, ISA Arborist Certificate, Landscape Gardner.  
  • Current Standard First Aid, AED and WHIMIS
  • Able to provide a Criminal Record Check (vulnerable sector), Children and Youth Services Intervention Record Check, Drivers Abstract
  • 3-5 Years of experience working in a parks environment
  • Horticultural and/or arborist experience is highly preferred.
  • Building operator/maintenance /custodial care/safety courses
  • Experience operating and maintaining equipment
  • Experience with recreation facility maintenance and operations
  • Experience in building operations and maintenance
  • Pesticide applicators certificate or other Green Industry designations.

Rate of Pay: In accordance with the C.U.P.E. Local 927 Collective Agreement
Closing Date:  May 19, 2021
For more information or to apply, please send forward letter /resume with qualifications to:
Town of Pincher Creek
Attention Adam Grose: Manager of Recreation Services
895 Main Street, Box 159
Pincher Creek, AB T0K 1W0


Summer Employment Opportunity
Recreation and Community Services Department
Maintenance, Parks and Sports Field Workers

Responsibilities include:
  • Mowing, Watering, maintenance and improvement of parks, sports fields, green space, campground in Pincher Creek.
  • Operation and maintenance of equipment
  • Garbage pick up
Qualifications and Skills:
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License required and Driver’s Abstract
  • WHMIS and Standard First Aid
  • Experience operating equipment
  • Ability to perform various types of moderate physical labour (lifting, shovelling)
Closing Date:  March 31, 2021 or until suitable candidates are found.
Submit Resume to     Adam Grose
Manager of Recreation Services
Town of Pincher Creek
895 Main Street, Box 159
Pincher Creek, Alberta TOK 1W0


Pincher Creek Swimming Pool
Casual, Part-time, Full-time 

The Town of Pincher Creek will accept applications for Lifeguard/Instructors for work at the Pincher Creek Swimming Pool on a casual, part-time and full-time basis. Hours of employment will vary depending on availability and schedule requirements; there will be daytime, evening and weekend shifts available. Employees will follow the guidelines set out in the Collective Agreement between the Town of Pincher Creek and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (C.U.P.E.) Local 927. Benefits are offered for part-time and full-time positions.
Minimum qualifications:
Current NLS, First Aid and CPR C, WHIMIS (or willingness to obtain).LSI and AWSI/WSI is an asset as well as related aquatic, safety or coaching courses. 
For more information or to apply contact:
Adam Grose, Recreation Manager
Town of Pincher Creek

Box 159
Pincher Creek, Alberta TOK 1WO
Phone: 403-627-4322 
Deadline: Competition will remain open until suitable candidates are found.  We would like to thank all candidates who submitted their resume, however,  only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

All personal information submitted to this advertisement will be utilized for this employment opportunity only and is subject to compliance with the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act.


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