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.
The Airport Business Development and Community Relations Manager is responsible for creating, developing, managing and implementing the strategic marketing plans and related programs Airport wide including terminal related non-aeronautical revenue streams, brand management and air service development.
Under the general supervision of the Senior Airport Operations Manager, the position plans, coordinates and leads all sales, retail and marketing related initiatives intended to generate new business, expand the existing business segments of the airport as well as the coordination of airports event and management of promotional activities and materials. Stakeholder engagement and development of community relationships and partnerships will be a key component of ongoing success.
The Crime Review Officer position provides a quality assurance audit of all police investigational files, along with identifying the accurate and detailed classification of file scoring as required by Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS). The authority, mandated by the Officer in Charge of Kelowna Regional Detachment, is to provide guidance, feedback and corrective direction as required ensuring the file integrity of police investigations.
The Deputy Fire Chiefs provide input for strategic direction, leadership, and management for one of three Deputy Chief portfolios (Operations, Administration/Training/Fire Prevention, Communications & Regional Services) within the Kelowna Fire Department. To ensure continuous improvement with the Fire Department service delivery and exceptional public value in the areas of suppression, prevention, public education, fire dispatch, emergency management, medical and rescue services, training, financial management, administration, regional services to the Corporation of the City of Kelowna, the citizens, and areas beyond the City’s boundary.
The Accounting Operations Supervisor is responsible for the direction, coordination, preparation and administration of the City’s corporate financial reporting as well as periodic internal management accounting reports. Coordination and administration of these report functions also requires the provision of Financial Services support for the City’s Financial ERP system including meeting the corporate training needs of new users to that ERP system. The Accounting Operations Supervisor is responsible for the accounts payable and accounts receivable for the City as well as financial services invoicing and general accounting support to City departments.