School District 42 – Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows
22225 Brown Avenue, Maple Ridge, BC, V2X 8N6
t. 604.463.4200 f. 604.463.4181
Custodians – Casual (On-Call)
The Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District (SD42) is looking for qualified candidates who are interested in working as casual custodians in our district. The casual custodians perform a variety of custodial duties to ensure the safety, cleanliness and security of school facilities and grounds. Casual positions can lead to full time temporary or continuing positions.
The applicant will possess:
• Successful completion of Grade 10 plus a Building Service Worker Certificate (BSW) from a recognized college/institution or equivalent training and experience in an institutional setting,
• Knowledge of materials, methods, equipment and safety procedures used in custodial work,
• Sufficient physical strength, health and coordination to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job,
• Ability to communicate effectively and harmoniously with others, and to work at level of independence appropriate to the position,
• Valid B.C. Driver’s License.
Regular availability for work five days per week (Monday to Friday) combined with the ability to travel to any school within the district (from Pitt Meadows to Whonnock), is a requirement of this position. This position is casual (on-call) with no guarantee of hours.
The Rate of Pay is $23.43 per hour + 12% in lieu of benefits. To apply, please forward your cover letter, resume, district application form, and supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The district appreciates the interest of all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
For more information about our School District please visit: http://www.sd42.ca/our-district
Our staff members are the foundation of our system. When you join our school district, you become part of a talented community of educators and support staff dedicated to enriching the lives of all students and helping them achieve success.
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