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Parks and Recreation
NO. OF POSITIONS:
1 – 2
CUPE, Local 387
HOURS OF WORK:
Vary, see below*
$28.54 – $30.93/hour + 12% in lieu of benefits
The New Westminster Parks & Recreation Department requires an energetic self-starter for their fitness facilities at Queensborough Community Centre and Canada Games Pool. The Fitness Advisor will develop personalized fitness programs, provide sound information and make well-reasoned decisions while supervising the area.
Applicants will enjoy working in a fast paced environment and possess excellent interpersonal skills.
If you have the following characteristics and qualifications, we want to hear from you:
- You have a positive, energetic “can-do” approach to work.
- You have a degree in Kinesiology or related post-secondary education and an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that is acceptable to the employer may be considered.
- You have a nationally recognized personal training certification and/or you are currently a member of a relevant professional association (e.g. BCAK, CSEP, NSCA or ACSM).
- You have a valid First Aid/CPR C/AED Certificate.
- Experience instructing small group training classes, group fitness, injury rehabilitation and/or third age training is an asset.
- You must be able to pass and maintain a clear Police Information Check.
* The successful candidate will work non-standard work hours, including mornings, evenings, and weekends.
Apply by sending your cover letter and resume in one document quoting the competition number, to the Human Resources Department, City of New Westminster, 511 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, BC, V3L 1H9, e-mail to [email protected] using the following format in the subject line: LAST NAME First Name #21-104
To support a workforce that reflects the diversity of our community; women, Indigenous Peoples, racialized individuals, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), persons with disabilities, and others who may contribute to diversity of our workforce, are encouraged to express their interest.
New Westminster is on the unceded and unsurrendered land of the Halq’eméylem-speaking peoples.
It is acknowledged by the City that colonialism has made invisible their histories and connections to the land.
We are learning and building relationships with the people whose lands we are on.