Building Service Worker – City of North Vancouver (North Vancouver, BC)

The Corporation of the City of North Vancouver

Building Service Worker

Regular Full Time

The City of North Vancouver is the urban core of the beautiful North Shore and has a long-term vision to be “The Healthiest Small City in the World”, with five key priorities to be a City for People, a Liveable City, a Vibrant City, a Connected City and a Prosperous City.

The Strategic & Corporate Services Department – Facilities Division requires a regular full-time and several auxiliary Building Service Workers.  You will sweep, wash, wax, and polish floors, hallways and related areas; vacuum carpets; wash hand basins, sinks, toilets, and tile; replenish washroom supplies; pick up, collect and dispose of refuse; set up tables and chairs; assist in event setup and removal, move furniture, perform special cleaning tasks, perform minor building maintenance and repair tasks as well as other related duties that may be assigned. 

You will have related experience and knowledge of the methods, materials, tools and equipment used in janitorial work, plus some knowledge of routine building maintenance and minor repair tasks.  You must be able to work independently, and understand and follow oral/written instructions.  Completion of Building Service Worker courses resulting in a diploma is a definite asset.

You will be required to obtain and maintain an RCMP security clearance as a condition of ongoing employment.

$23.44 to $27.45 per hour
(Pay Grade 13 – January 2019 rates)

Hours of Work:
37.5 hour work week; the shift will be 8 consecutive hours, inclusive of a half (1/2) hour unpaid meal break, each shift commencing between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m., any 5 consecutive days per week.

If you are passionate about making the City of North Vancouver an even greater place to live, work and play, apply on-line through the Career Portal at by Monday, November 2, 2020

Thank you for your interest in the City of North Vancouver.

Posting:  2020-0083

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