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HANNA, OYEN & CONSORT - The Special Areas Board requires Weed Inspectors for summer employment within the Special Areas.

HANNA, OYEN & CONSORT - The Special Areas Board requires Weed Inspectors for summer employment within the Special Areas.

Under the direction of the Agricultural Fieldmen, key duties of this position will emphasize weed inspection and using integrated pest management methods for weed and brush control (including chemical control); as well as promoting soil conservation and agricultural pest surveys. Other activities will include responding to ratepayer enquiries, compiling reports, maintenance, repair and delivery of rental equipment within Special Areas, and other related duties.

 QUALIFICATIONS:  Agricultural College education and farming experience preferred. A Pesticide Applicator’s License is a definite asset and a good understanding of the Special Areas is desireable .  Applicants are required to hold a valid Driver’s License; a drivers’ abstract may be requested.

 Competition:                          631004                 Wage:  $22.1269 – $26.7487 hourly                                                           

Closing Date:                         February 2, 2018

 These are designated safety sensitive positions and mandatory pre employment drug testing will be conducted on all newly hired employees

 Please send resume quoting competition number and preferred working location to:

Human Resource Services, Special Areas Board, Box 820, Hanna, AB   T0J 1P0, Fax (403) 854-5527, SpecialAreasHR@specialareas.ab.ca

 We thank all applicants; however only those invited for an interview will be personally contacted

 www.specialareas.ab.ca

 

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Salary Range:
$22.1269– $26.7487 hourly
Applications Taken Until:
February 2, 2018
 

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