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.
We are seeking Labourers for temporary full-time seasonal positions in our various departments in Civic Operations.
Our Labourers perform general duties such as: assisting City crews, clean up and maintenance, and physical work.
We are seeking Equipment Operators for temporary full-time seasonal positions.
Equipment Operators operate and maintain heavy mobile equipment of a complex nature according to proper competency standards, safety practices and regulations. The role also performs manual work.
The Sponsorship and Advertising Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of the Corporate Sponsorship and Advertising program for the City of Kelowna. The position will drive strategic partnerships that will shape the City’s reputation, enhance the customer experience and drive revenue generation through the management of more than $3 million in sponsorship inventory. The Manager will also work with multiple community partners to build community capacity for sponsorship revenue to mitigate current and future reliance on City funding. The position will lead a cross-departmental team to maximize revenue generation while balancing the need to ensure a positive user experience within corporate philosophy.
A Police Services Clerk provides administrative support to the public, RCMP and Police Services. Provide coverage for other Police Services positions such as Police Services Watch Clerk and Police Services Records Clerk.
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As part of one of the busiest RCMP detachments in western Canada, you will be responsible for entering, correcting and maintaining information on various RCMP databases including the PRIME system. Strong teamwork, attention to detail and computer literacy are necessary to help maintain confidential files and record systems. Flexibility is essential to handle shift work and various work assignments.
A Police Services Records Clerk provides general guidance and administrative assistance to internal and external clients. Responsible for the data entry, maintenance, storage, and retrieval of information within police database systems and hard copy files, and provides coverage for other Police Services positions such as Police Services Watch Clerk and Police Services Clerk.
The Divisional Director, Community Planning & Strategic Investments provides strategic direction on all aspects of the City’s community planning and development processes. In addition, the position is a member of the City of Kelowna Senior Leadership Team and acts as the City’s public voice on all matters related to Community Planning and Real Estate Services.
The Building Services Supervisor plans and coordinates the daily activities of trades-persons that deliver a comprehensive preventative maintenance and repair program, administers building maintenance contracts, and manages projects and tenant improvements for Building Services and other departments.
The City of Kelowna is currently in the process of overhauling its Official Community Plan (OCP) to provide direction to 2040.
A Building Technician designs, prepares plans for, coordinates and inspects projects involving new construction, upgrades or renovations of municipal buildings and facilities.
The City of Kelowna, situated in the heart of the beautiful Okanagan valley, boasts a stunning setting and year-round recreational pursuits. Kelowna has over 200 city parks, all of which showcase why our city has won multiple “Community in Bloom” awards. Our Parks team maintains over sixty high quality sports fields, including one artificial field.
A Groundsperson II performs horticultural and maintenance functions in the operation of City parks, gardens, sports fields, nursery facilities and other green spaces. The work involves a variety of disciplines including turf grass management, irrigation systems, horticultural propagation, pest management and arboriculture.