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Full-Time Housekeeping, Stettler County Housing Authority - Feb. 28

Updated: Mar 28

LOOKING FOR FULL TIME WORK?? WE HAVE A FULL TIME HOUSEKEEPING POSITION AVAILABLE! Pension and Benefits available with this position. Resumes can be sent to

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Status: Full Time Permanent Job Title: Housekeeping Aide – Position 1 Location: Paragon Place Competition No.: 2022/52 Hours of Work: Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm Guaranteed an average of 40 hours per week, Monday - Friday Salary: As per C.U.P.E. Local #4733 Collective Agreement, Appendix “A” Benefits: Eligible for Extended Health Benefits, Dental Plan. Eligible for Local Authorities Pension Plan (LAPP) Start Date for Group Medical Benefits as per C.U.P.E. Local #4733 Collective Agreement Articles 18 and 19; start date for LAPP as per employer’s plan.


- Must hold valid Emergency First Aid & CPR Certification - Previous experience in housekeeping and food services - Satisfactory Criminal Record Check


- Good verbal & written communication skills - Sincere desire to work with seniors - Strong team player that ensures high quality services is provided to residents/tenants - Ability to work independently


-This competition is open to staff who are presently employed with the County of Stettler Housing Authority. - Where two or more applicants are equal relevant to the required qualifications, skills, experience, knowledge, and education for the position; seniority shall be the determining factor. Attention: Sylvie Tremblay Please quote Competition number 2022/52 *Please see attached Job Description & Schedule Rotation County of Stettler Housing Authority Position Title: Aide Location: Home Lodge (may also include other CSHA Lodges) Reports to: The appropriate Department Head or designate in the facility where duties are being performed Type of position: Casual to Full-Time Hours Per Week: Casual to 40 hours per week Union Status: Union Worker Position Summary: Food preparation and service, cleaning and disinfecting, assisting with resident needs and concerns.

Qualifications: • Grade 12; equivalencies may be considered. • Current and acceptable Criminal Record Check • Valid Emergency First Aid/CPR Certification • Current WHMIS Certificate • Previous experience in the hospitality/seniors’ industry • Physically and cognitively able to complete “Job Demands.” • Able to work independently in a safe and acceptable manner. • Valid Food Safe Certification or equivalent, to be updated as required (Food Services)

Required Skills, Experience, Knowledge, Education: • Good verbal and written communication skills • Sincere desire to work with seniors. • Strong team player • Strong work ethic to ensure high quality services are provided to residents / tenants. • Maintain adequate fitness level to work in a physically demanding job. • Able to work with minimum supervision in a safe and acceptable manner.

Job Duties: Food Services • Setting and stripping dining room tables and operating dishwashing machine • Serving residents in the dining room • Cleaning & sanitation of food service preparation and common areas • Performing kitchen duties as job procedures require • Laundering of kitchen towels and aprons • Assisting with basic food preparations Housekeeping Services • Cleaning of resident rooms and common areas to provide a clean, sanitary, and safe environment. • Performing housekeeping duties as job procedures require • Laundering of lodge bed linens and towels All staff including Night Staff, Food Services and Housekeeping Services – in addition to above. • Reporting resident, building, maintenance, & staff concerns to Department Head or designate. In absence of department head, report to Manager (or Manager On-Call), Maintenance (or Maintenance On-Call). • Responding to emergency situations • Assisting residents as required and helping to provide them with a quality life style. • Ensuring Supportive Living Accommodation Standards and Safety Standards are maintained or exceeded. • Assisting with out-of-doors duties as required • Other related duties as assigned by the department head or designate.

Risk Management & Safety: • Maintains a current knowledge of the appropriate Occupational Health and Safety regulations. • Reports any personal safety challenges to supervisor. • Participates in lodge Safety Programs (safety meetings, safety chats, on-site inspections) • Attends all training and certification courses required for position (i.e. First Aid, WHMIS) or training assigned by management. • Complete appropriate “Incident Report Form” for all Health and Safety incidents and reports “Near Misses”. • Encourages and contributes to a Harassment Free Environment (i.e. does not participate in gossip, is aware of how personal behavior affects others, treats everyone respectfully). • Develops working knowledge of applicable work safe procedures and associated hazards.

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