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Service Rep/Clerk I - Casual
Application deadline: December 15, 2016 by 4 p.m.
Competition number: 16-61
Senior Building Inspector - Full-time
Application deadline: open until filled
Competition number: 16-49A
Service Rep/Clerk I - Casual
Application deadline: December 6, 2016 by 4 p.m.
Competition number: 16-60
Heavy Duty Mechanic Journeyman - Full-time
Application deadline: December 8, 2016 by 4 p.m.
Competition number: 16-59
For more job opportunities in Quesnel visit the Quesnel Employment Services website.
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Provide and Maintain Landfill Transfer Station Bins
Deadline: Thursday, November 24, 2016 at 2 p.m.
City of Quesnel Human Resources
Are you looking for employment opportunities with the City?
Frequently asked Questions:
How do I apply for a job with the City?
Employment opportunities that are not restricted to City employees are posted on the website, and advertised locally. Applications must be received on or before the closing date. When submitting your application or resume, be sure to indicate the competition number.
If there are not any postings, do you accept applications or resumes?
Due to Freedom of Information restrictions, we do not hold resumes on file. You should therefore only apply on posted positions.
Do you advertise job vacancies in the newspapers or elsewhere?
Job vacancies are usually advertised in the Quesnel Cariboo Observer as well as on our website. Management positions are also posted on the CivicInfo website.
Do I need an application form to apply for a posting?
A current resume, which shows how you meet the qualifications and experience required for each position, is all you need to submit. Please include the competition number with your application.
What types of positions are available?
Union positions can be casual (as and when required), seasonal, temporary (usually to cover for sick leave or maternity leave), part time or full time. This will be clearly stated in the posting.
How often do the postings change?
Employment opportunities are posted as vacancies occur, or as required. There is no set day for jobs to be advertised. Usually, postings are advertised for two or three weeks.
What qualifications do I need to work for the City?
Each job has a special set of qualifications and experience. These are listed clearly in the job posting and job description. If you are interested in a particular career path, telephone the Human Resources department, where staff may advise you as to what type of training you should be taking, and what the educational requirements for particular jobs are.
Why are some vacancies restricted to employees only?
Under the terms of our collective agreements, positions have to be offered internally first. If there are no interested or qualified applicants, then we can post externally.