Ice Maintenance Person (Full Time) at Canlan Ice Sports Canada English

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Canlan Ice Sports Winnipeg is currently looking for an Ice Maintenance Person
 
OVERALL OBJECTIVE:
Under the direction of the Operations Manager, the ice maintenance person ensures that floods are done on time with safety being a prime concern. Primary responsibilities include ice resurfacing, edging, janitorial work, ice plant / compressor log readings, & some HVAC troubleshooting. Also provides cooperative assistance within all areas of the business.
 
CORE COMPETENCIES:
APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR:
(Integrity) Acting honestly with integrity, being productive, co-operative, accountable, responsible, flexible and positive.
·         Proven work ethic, with utmost integrity.
·         Meets personal commitments.
·         Adheres to policy & regulations.
 
MAINTAINS PERSONAL STANDARDS:
·         Being concerned with personal well being, maintains standards of dress and hygiene which align to Canlan guidelines.
 
ATTENDANCE, PUNCTUALITY AND TIMELINESS:
·         Achieves expectations with regards to schedules and is sensitive to the timeliness needs of others.
·          Puts a high priority on Customer Satisfaction.
·          Acknowledges customers when passing them in facility.
 
TEAMWORK:
Works within and contributes to the effectiveness of the facility / department team. Respects differences, takes responsibility to help.
·         Works effectively with others and independently.
·         Assists in training of new employees.
·         Mentors junior staff members.
 
COMMUNICATIONS:
Expresses ideas effectively in individual and group situations.
·         Adaptable and able to communicate positively and effectively with customers, participants and staff.
 
TECHNICAL SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
 
SAFETY:
Provide Health and Safety Leadership:
·         That all entrances are kept clear and safe of all debris and snow.
·         Supports and promotes a safe workplace
·         Elimination of Trip Hazards
·         Prevention of Slip and Fall Hazards
·         Properly stored tools and equipment in designated areas.
·         Safe use of equipment
·         Use of personal protective equipment
·         Proper use of hazardous materials
·         Certified in use of equipment and supplies as required. E.g. Elevated Work Platform, Propane Handling, etc.
·         Safe Work Practices – Lifting, carrying, etc.
·         Safe use and storage of hazardous materials
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QUALIFICATIONS / SPECIAL SKILLS:
·         Willingness and ability to work flexible hours (evenings & weekends).
·         Good communication skills
·         Team oriented.
·         Strong general mechanical aptitude an asset.
 
 
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
·         2 years previous training and operation of ice resurfacing equipment.
·         Janitorial experience
·         A valid Drivers license
 
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Canlan Ice Sports is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable environment. This includes an environment safe and free from violent actions, abuse, neglect or possible exposure to improper behaviours.

Organizations who work with children and youth, “vulnerable persons”, require their people (employees, contractors or volunteers) to have a vulnerable persons (criminal) background check. If you have worked with a youth sports organization in the past, you are familiar with this requirement.

In providing reasonable care for our customers, specifically those who may be deemed vulnerable persons, Canlan Ice Sports requires a Vulnerable Sector Police Background Check be performed and clearance letter acquired. Canlan will not engage the services of individuals with improper backgrounds.

Persons need to apply in person at the Police Department where you live. For minors (persons under 18 years of age) must have the permission of the parent or legal guardian. In this case the parent would accompany the youth to the detachment for the purposes of the application. A copy of the “clearance letter” provided by the police, should be provided to the hiring manager when you provide your references. If you have a clearance letter that was issued to you within the last six months, you can supply a copy of that letter. If older than six months, a new one will be needed.