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 Casual Office Administrative Assistant provides general administrative support to City departments in a wide range of clerical activities such as secretarial and customer service, on an as-needed basis.
Type reports and correspondence
Complete data entry
Manage and file documents
Schedule meetings and prepare information
A Plumbing, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Gas Inspector reviews plans, and conducts on-site inspections of plumbing, heating and gas installations, as well as sprinkler and fire suppression systems, for compliance with Provincial codes, City bylaws and policies.
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.
A Development Services Clerk provides service to customers and supports planning and development administrative needs.
The Communications Consultant provides internal and external strategic communications primarily for the City Manager and Mayor and Council. The position also develops and delivers communications and marketing strategies to maximize effectiveness of corporate priority plans and departmental initiatives.
The Urban Forestry Technician is responsible for the coordination and management of natural areas which includes trails, wildlife, forest health, wildfire protection planning, stewardship programs, tree protection, and tree inventory.
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.