Cowichan Valley Regional District

Casual Bowling Alley Relief

Job Locations CA-BC-Lake Cowichan
Competition Number
24049-E
Closing Date
4/30/2024
Type
Casual
Department
Community Services
Division
Cowichan Lake Recreation
Location : Name
Cowichan Lake Recreation

General Information

The Cowichan Valley Regional District is now accepting applications for the casual Bowling Alley Relief Opportunity in the Cowichan Lake Recreation Division within the Community Services Department. Reporting to the Manager, Cowichan Lake Recreation and receiving direction from the Program Assistant III the Bowling Alley Relief is responsible for the effective operation of the bowling alley in the absence of the Program Assistant III.

Qualifications

  • Secondary school graduation or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • Experience with all aspects of bowling.

  • Experience with retail sales.

  • Experience with processing cash transactions, reconciliations, and operating interac and cash machines.

  • First Aid Level 1 with CPR

  • Food Safe

  • Serving It Right

 Please click here to view the full job description and qualifications for this position.

Hours of Work

This casual opportunity had no guaranteed hours of work. Hours of work include a flexible variety of shifts including days and evenings on weekdays and weekends, based on operational need.

Salary

This non-union opportunity has a wage range in 3 steps, $23.94 - $25.18 - $26.29 per hour (2024 rates), plus an additional 6% pay in lieu of benefits, 6% pay in lieu of vacation and 5.2% pay in lieu of statutory holidays, as per the CVRD non-union wage scale.

Application Instructions

Please submit a resume and cover letter as part of your application. 

Note

Testing may be required during the interview process.  Testing is based on the knowledge, skills, abilities and qualifications outlined in the job description. Successful candidates will be required to submit a satisfactory police information check.

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