Snow Labourers wanted $20-22/hour as needed or guarenteed hrs


Labourer $20-22/hour, machinery operator $25-27/hour

Multiple Snow removal positions available including sidewalks/pedestrian snow removal labourer. MUST have license and vehicle to get from site to site – not all are transit accessible or for someone who is coming on payroll, there is potential to use company vehicle as long as you are insurable.

We have two options, on call or set minimum amount of hours guaranteed.
For on call: emails or texts will be sent out and routes will be given based on location/first come first serve basis. Details can be discussed further. If you are on the list and continuously pass on jobs you may be taken off the list or moved down from rotation.

For set minimum amount of hours guaranteed- we guarantee payment for a set minimum amount of 40- 50 hours every two weeks whether is snows or not. Any hours above the 40 – 50 hours will be paid out hourly bi-weekly. Two Bonuses will be available for those who are reliable, show up and work hard, one at the end of December and the other at the end of March plus other bonuses available for working hard, showing up and being awesome.

All candidates must be reliable, have an excellent work ethic, and be willing to work in all kinds of weather.

All sites in South Calgary

– Must be willing to work weekends on call, 7 days a week, 24/7, mother nature calls the shots
– Operate blowers, use shovels for sidewalk clearing
– Answer and respond to emails or text to confirm for shifts
– Be prepared during for calls during weather conditions calling for heavy snow falls
– Potentially operate company trucks and trailers for transportation purposes;
– Close communication with the Crew Supervisor/Leader
– Compliance with quality and safety standards
– Have appropriate work gear and safety gear

Not showing up for work because of large snow falls and preventable transportation issues will not be tolerated due to the nature of our work. Please think about this prior to applying.
– Need proper snow/cold appropriate clothing and steel snowed warm boots.

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