My work, my city. We’re looking for creative, innovative individuals with a passion for serving the local community and making Kelowna the best mid-sized city in North America. We’re proud to be a competitive employer with a full career offering including professional development, competitive compensation and benefits packages and a focus on workplace wellness.
Our operations are diverse, requiring a variety of positions as well as different levels of skill and education. We value diversity and are committed to an inclusive, accessible work environment where collaboration, understanding and mutual respect bring out the best in all of us.
A Recreation Clerk provides professional customer service by registering participants, booking facilities and supporting departmental administrative needs.
The Transportation Engineer Safety and Systems is responsible for a systems approach to traffic safety and operations, traffic signal, street lighting planning and engineering duties related to intersection configuration, signal phasing, and design, and implementation of detailed and complex signal timing plans. This position manages inquiries from the public, staff and other organizations or agencies related to safety policies plans and projects, intersection analysis, signals and street lighting; production of capital plans related to operations; maintenance and upgrading of systems; ITS systems planning and management; financial management of the function; and coordination with technical and operations staff. As part of the engineering team of the Integrated Transportation Department, this position provides expert advice to programs such as Safe Routes to School, and provides expertise to the Infrastructure Division overall in a variety of transportation related analysis.
A Casual receives/directs calls and types reports & correspondence.
The Bylaw Enforcement Coordinator provides support for the department, front line advice, interpretive and adjudication assistance to the public, external agencies, city staff and bylaw officers, completes service requests and investigations.
These positions will be assessing City Parks and Buildings for accessibility issues for seniors, parents with babies or toddlers and people with mobility or sensory impairments, or learning disabilities.