- Full Name: School District No. 64 (Gulf Islands)
- Location: Salt Spring Island
- Expires: 17 days, 22 hours
School District No. 64 (Gulf Islands) invites applications for sub/casual Building Service Worker (BSW) position(s) for district schools on Salt Spring Island. The pay rate is $22.93 per hour.
Applications should be accompanied by evidence of successful demonstration of the following:
Working knowledge of commercial custodial practices
Working knowledge of building alarm systems
Building Service Worker Level 1 certificate, or in process of attaining
Ability and desire to work collaboratively
Excellent time management and organizational skills
Conscientiousness, attention to detail, and pride in a job well done
For a detailed list of duties refer to the job description at http://sd64.bc.ca/job-information/.
Please include with application:
Current curriculum vitae
Names of three professional references including their addresses, phone numbers and email addresses
Other documents related to this application
You are encouraged to submit your application as soon as possible; however, the competition will remain open until successful candidates are found or until otherwise advised on our website.
Applications with supporting documents should be forwarded to:
Linda Underwood, Director of Instruction, Human Resources
c/o Dawne Fennell, Executive Assistant School District No. 64 (Gulf Islands) 112 Rainbow Road Salt Spring Island, B.C. V8K 2K3 Fax: 250-537-4200
Please note: incomplete applications will not be considered.
Thank you to all who apply; however, only those individuals chosen for an interview will be notified.
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