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The Town of Gull Lake is inviting applications for the position of Part-Time Landfill Attendant for the Gull Lake Disposal Site. Hours will be as follows:
November 1 – March 31: Wednesday & Saturdays from 1:00 to 4:00
April 1 – October 31: Monday from 1:00 – 4:00; Wednesday from 1:00 – 7:00;
and Saturday from 9:00 – 6:00.
Job duties & tasks include providing site supervision, collecting fees and issuing receipts, view and assess incoming loads and direct customer to the proper area for disposal, litter control, and other duties as assigned.
Please submit resume to: Town of Gull Lake, Box 150, Gull Lake, SK S0N 1A0; firstname.lastname@example.org; Fax: 306-672-3777.
There were 4,200 new jobs created in Saskatchewan in March when compared to February (seasonally adjusted), a 0.7 per cent increase and highest percentage increase among the provinces. The national percentage increase month-to-month was 0.2 per cent.
There were 562,700 people employed in March, 1,500 more than in March 2017. Female employment hit a record high for the month of March at 264,400.
The unemployment rate in March for the province was 5.8 per cent (seasonally adjusted), down from 6.1 per cent a year ago. Saskatchewan had the fourth lowest unemployment rate among provinces in March. Nationally, the unemployment rate was also 5.8 per cent.
“The increase in job numbers is really good news for the Saskatchewan economy,” Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison said. “Recent indicators showing that Saskatchewan leads the nation in growth in manufacturing sales in January, and urban housing starts over the first two months of the year, in addition to month-to-month job growth in March, confirms our economy is positioned for growth in 2018.”
Other March highlights include:
Major year-over-year gains were reported for transportation and warehousing up 3,600; health care and social assistance up 2,500; forestry, fishing, mining, oil and gas up 2,400.
Youth unemployment rate was the third lowest among provinces at 11 per cent (seasonally adjusted).
Source: Strong Job Growth In March
Antelope Lake Regional Park requires a park maintenance manager for the 2018 season (Approx. May 1st – September 31st)
Duties include: up keeping of all the grounds work, maintaining of equipment, painting if needed, picking up all garbage’s, enforcing all bylaws, overseeing student employees and other duties as required.
For more information contact
Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2018
Antelope Lake Regional Park Board
Gull Lake, SK
email to email@example.com
Source: Antelope Lake Regional Park