Facilities and Transfer Station Worker

Natoaganeg Public Works ProgramCompetition 2024-CH-01

Summary: Reporting to the Facilities Superintendent, the Facilities and Transfer Station Worker (FTW) is a multi-faceted role which maintains the community’s facilities, public works and conducts waste management operations at the transfer station.  

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Transfer Station:

  • Ensures the proper separation, sorting and storage of the community’s recycling, hazardous, construction and white goods waste at the transfer station
  • Maintains accurate tracking records of waste drop-offs
  • Reports material quantities weekly to Facilities Superintendent
  • Works with municipal waste services for waste pick-up from transfer station
  • Receives and processes waste from community members
  • Keeps the transfer Station grounds clear of debris and stores large items of waste material, equipment, or furniture inside the Transfer station for future pick up
  • Performs snow shovelling around waste bins and entrances to office and transfer station as required
  • Request snow plow services for transfer station driveway and parking lot

Facilities and Public Works:

  • Performing minor repairs in and around the community Public Buildings,
  • Adjusting and performing minor repairs to heating, cooling, ventilating, plumbing and electrical systems
  • Maintenance to all public building and grounds
  • Accompanying contractors called in to work at the building,
  • Safe keeping and maintenance of assigned equipment and supplies
  • Cuts grass and brush manually or with mobile equipment
  • Clear snow and ice from public building walkways and parking areas
  • Maintenance to community signage
  • Adhering to all relevant Safety guidelines and practices to maintain a safe working environment
  • Performs other duties requested by the Facility Superintendent


  • Preferred High School Diploma or equivalency
  • Experience and ability to operation snow removal equipment including tractor with attachments
  • Physically able to perform the duties of the position
  • Safety-oriented

Hours of Work: 75 hours biweekly, rotating shifts, 4 days on/4 days off, subject to change due to operational requirements

Status: Full time term

Term: Six months

Applicants are asked to submit a resume demonstrating the required qualifications and competencies for the position. Please reference competition 2024-CH-01 and forward to Careers@NatoaganegFirstNation.ca on or before March 8th, 2024. While we thank all who have applied, only those selected for interview will be contacted.

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