Position: Maintenance Worker – Competition 2021-39
Condition: Full-Time Permanent
Department: Community Specialized Homes
Location: Berens River First Nation
Closing Date: June 14, 2021 at 4 p.m.
OVERVIEW: Reporting to the Community Specialized Homes Supervisor, the Maintenance Worker is responsible for a range of work in the landscaping, repair and general maintenance of facilities, buildings, and equipment.
- Maintain small appliances, emergency equipment, report mechanical malfunctions for action.
- Repairing door hinges, cleaning plugged key slots, changing filters on ventilating, heating, and air conditioning units.
- Repairing and treating structures such as showers, floors, sinks, walls, carpets, and roofs.
- Performing landscaping, repair and general maintenance work of facilities, buildings, grounds, and equipment at various sites including electrical, carpentry, plumbing, septic, masonry, shoveling, mowing, and painting.
- Moving and assisting in transportation of furniture and equipment.
- Provide transportation to and from homes or the SECFS office for family visits, and to and from the airport also provide transportation via boat to other communities.
- Valid Manitoba’s Driver’s License Class 3 and/or 5 required.
- Additional training/education in any trade (carpentry, automotive, electrical, etc.) is an asset.
- Have a boat operating license and heavy equipment training or willing to obtain.
- Knowledge of building operations and systems such as fire systems and other major building components.
- Experience using various power tools, hand tools, and maintenance equipment in a safe manner.
- Assertive self-starter with the ability to work independently under minimal supervision.
- Excellent planning, organizing, problem-solving and decision-making skills.
- Must have good hand-eye coordination and stamina.
- Ability to take direction and to work within the policies and procedures of SAI.
- Able to work at height and lift 30lbs or more.
- Able to communicate effectively and work as part of a team.
- Able to work extended periods of time when responding to priority/emergency situations.
- Ability to speak Anishinaabe is preferred and a definite asset.
- Must have a satisfactory Criminal Record check, Child Abuse Registry, and Prior Contact Checks as a condition of employment.
How to Apply: Send Resume, Cover Letter and Quote Competition # to:
FAX: (204) 949-9413
WE THANK ALL WHO APPLY HOWEVER ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW WILL BE CONTACTED. PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO INTERNAL CANDIDATES, SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND SELF-DECLARED CANDIDATES (INDIGENIOUS, INUIT OR METIS).