Job Type






Facilities Maintenance I British Columbia

City of Quesnel

City of Quesnel British Columbia Canada

3 weeks ago


Internal/External – CUPE Local 1050

Position: Facilities Maintenance Worker I


Status: Casual

Posting Date: May 8, 2023 Application Deadline: Open until filled

Competition number: 23-32

Wage: $26.13 plus $1.20 in lieu of


How to apply:

Please send your INTERNAL APPLICATION to:

Human Resources Advisor

City of Quesnel,

410 Kinchant Street,

Quesnel, BC V2J 7J5

Email: [email protected] (Word or pdf document only please)

The City of Quesnel is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are

committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

The Facilities Maintenance Department invites your application for a Casual Facilities

Maintenance Worker I - Custodian. The successful candidate is required to be available for

day, evenings and/or weekend shifts to work in various City buildings and must pass and

maintain an RCMP enhanced reliability clearance.


Perform semi-skilled and unskilled... janitorial and custodial tasks of a routine nature assigned

at the facilities operated or managed by the City of Quesnel. This includes janitorial duties,

some record keeping, makes notes of any maintenance type problems and other related

duties as assigned. This position works under the supervision of the Facilities Manager or

designate. The successful candidate must be able to work alone without supervision and

primarily evening shift work.

• Dusts furniture and fixtures, washes and clean doors and windows, dust mops, collects

• Strips, washes, and waxes floors
• Clears snow from walkways and exits, washes walkways with water hose.
• Cleans washrooms including sink, toilets, floors and replenishing of supplies.
• Notifies Manager, Facilities Foreman, or Facility Maintenance Worker III of needed

repairs to equipment, furniture, fixtures, and general building maintenance.
• Maintains the security of the building by ensuring that all doors and windows are

locked after public use.
• Reports immediately, to the supervisor, all accidents or injuries and incidents and

completes the required reports.
• Has a sound knowledge and understanding of all facilities emergency procedures and

activates emergency procedures as required.
• Detects and reports any hazardous conditions, practices, and behaviors in the

• Practices and maintains skills and knowledge necessary in proper and safe techniques

of facility operation and maintenance.
• Complies with the City's safety program to ensure that WCB and other legislative

requirements are met.
• Provides professional & courteous customer service, maintains the necessary

discipline required to ensure a safe and enjoyable environment for all participants

ensuring all regulations are followed.
• Complies with approved departmental policies and procedures.
• Ensures the security and care of tools, vehicles and other City owned property and

equipment as well all tools and equipment are maintained in an acceptable state of

repair and are safe for use.
• Assists other persons in performing related duties where work requires more than one

• Participates in training opportunities to continue to develop a thorough theoretical and

practical knowledge of custodial procedures, building/equipment repairs and

maintenance, and recreation facility mechanical plant operations.
• Performs other related duties as required.

Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates and Registrations
• Grade 12 or equivalent
• Minimum one (1) year experience in custodial field (Building Service Worker courses

would be considered an asset)
• Refrigeration Safety Awareness Certification
• WHMIS certificate
• Occupational First Aid Level I
• Valid BC Driver's License, Class 5 with a safe driving record
• May require own transportation and if so required, is responsible to carry appropriate

business insurance, as per City policy.
• Minimum one (1) years’ experience custodial fields (preferred)
• Must pass and maintain RCMP enhanced reliability clearance.

Required Skills and Abilities
• Physically capable – Physical strength and agility to do the required duties as job

involves mostly physical work (examples: shoveling, lifting and carrying of heavy and

medium weight material and cleaning)
• Ability to present a neat appearance and to deal tactfully and effectively with fellow

staff and the public.
• Ability to understand English both written and oral.
• Ability to work independently, to complete daily activities according to work schedules

and to adapt to changing priorities.
• Ability to exercise sound judgement in the interpretation and application of related

regulations, policies, and procedures.
• Thorough knowledge and experience with custodial procedures, work

• Works flexible and varied hours, as may be necessary, to meet the requirements of the

• Frequent exposure to garbage, foul odors, blood and bodily fluids, noise from patrons

and equipment
• Must use caution while working with and around dangerous equipment
British Columbia

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