Parks, Trails and Lands Supervisor – Village of Cumberland (Cumberland, BC)

Parks, Trails and Lands Supervisor

Permanent Full Time Position

The Village of Cumberland invites applications for the permanent full time position of Parks, Trails and Lands Supervisor.

Located in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, the Village of Cumberland (cumberland.ca) is a progressive municipality known for its proximity to outstanding outdoor recreation, vibrant cultural and heritage amenities, a thriving food and beverage scene, and world-class arts and music. An internationally recognized trail network, lakes, streams and mature rainforest all exist within the community, while saltwater beaches and Mount Washington Alpine Resort are a short drive away. Home to over 3800 residents, Cumberland is the youngest and fastest growing municipality in the Comox Valley.

Reporting to the Manager of Parks and Recreation, the Parks, Trails and Lands Supervisor will supervise the day-to-day operations of the parks section of the Parks and Recreation Department. We are seeking a progressive and knowledgeable candidate with experience in parks and trails operations with strong interpersonal skills.

The successful applicant will work a 35 hour work week, including occasional weekend and evening shifts, with the opportunity for a flexible work schedule.

This is a Union position subject to the Collective Agreement between the Village of Cumberland and CUPE Local 556. The 2020 salary for this position is $34.50 per hour with benefits and increases as per the Collective Agreement.

For more information please contact Kevin McPhedran, Manager of Parks and Recreation at the Cumberland Recreation Centre at 250-336-2231.

To apply for this position, forward a cover letter and your resume in confidence to kmcphedran@cumberland.ca

Applications will be received until 11:00am on Monday January 11, 2021.

We sincerely thank all candidates for their interest; however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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