Cowichan Valley Regional District

Food & Beverage I (Cowichan Lake Recreation)

Job Locations CA-BC-Lake Cowichan
Competition Number
Community Services
Cowichan Lake Recreation
Location : Name
Cowichan Lake Recreation

General Information

The Cowichan Valley Regional District is now accepting applications from prospective candidates to join our organization as a casual Food & Beverage I in the Cowichan Lake Recreation Division within the Community Service’s Department. Reporting to the Food & Beverage Coordinator, the Food & Beverage I is a concession attendant, prep cook and banquet worker that provides service to patrons, ensuring their satisfaction. The Food & Beverage I prepares and serves food and beverages, processes cash transactions, washes dishes and busses tables.


  • Minimum completion of Grade 9 or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience
  • Food Safe Basic Certificate
  • Serving It Right
  • First Aid Level 1 with CPR

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Hours of Work

As this is a casual opportunity, there are no guaranteed hours of work. Due to the nature of the position, the successful candidate must be prepared to work a flexible variety of shifts including days & evenings on weekdays & weekends.


This non-union casual opportunity has a starting wage of $18.31 per hour (which is $15.65 per hour plus an additional 6% pay in lieu of benefits, 6% pay in lieu of vacation and 5% pay in lieu of statutory holidays), as per the 2021 Non-Union Wage Scale.

Application Instructions

This competition will remain OPEN UNTIL FILLED and applications may be processed as they are received.


Testing may be required during the interview process. Testing is based on the knowledge, skills, abilities and qualifications outlined in the job description. In addition, the successful applicants will be required to submit a satisfactory criminal record check.


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