Located on the Sunshine Coast, 40 minutes by ferry from Horseshoe Bay, the Town of Gibsons is a vibrant, growing community of 4,900 residents.
Locals have long enjoyed Gibsons’ natural beauty, coastal climate, arts culture, countless outdoor recreation opportunities and laid back lifestyle. Now, we also enjoy supporting the numerous shops, cafes, craft breweries, restaurants and other small businesses that have sprung up on the Coast in recent years. (In fact, Gibsons won the BC Small Business ‘Open For Business’ award in 2019!)
On the job, you’ll enjoy a highly progressive and super supportive work culture, surrounded by people who are committed to delivering excellent service to the community of Gibsons. We also offer competitive salaries and comprehensive benefit packages.
Applications are accepted for positions that are currently vacant and for which we are recruiting. The Town of Gibsons does not accept unsolicited applications.
Posted June 23/2020:
Casual Parks Labourer 1: The Parks Labourer 1 reports to the Manager of Maintenance and Operations and is responsible for the maintenance and upgrading of public spaces, the operation and maintenance of small tools and equipment, performing a variety of tasks in all types of weather, tidiness and cleanliness of public spaces. For more information about required education/training, desired qualifications and typical duties, please see: Job Posting & Job Description.
Posting closes on Friday, July 10th, 2020 at 4:30pm.
Posted June 30/2020:
Administrative Assistant 1: The Administrative Assistant 1 reports to the Corporate Officer and is responsible for: greeting the public, answering telephone calls and providing general information or directing enquiries to the appropriate staff person or website; processing cash payments for municipal services (i.e. dog tags, permits and licences), property taxes, and utility services; preparing daily bank deposit and balance totals to cash receipting reports; preparing and distributing Council and Committee agendas; attending Council, Committee, or other meetings and producing minutes of the proceedings as required; ordering office supplies for all departments; providing clerical support for managers; maintaining master file lists, word processing, daily filing, website maintenance, processing mail, etc.; as well as other related duties as assigned by the Corporate Officer. For more information about required education/training, required qualifications and typical duties, please see:
Job Posting & Job Description
Posting closes on Friday, July 17, 2020 at 4:30pm.
Posted July 8/2020:
Casual Bylaw Enforcement Officer: The Bylaw Enforcement Officer reports to the Director of Planning and is responsible for the general enforcement of bylaws within the Town. The Officer receives complaints from the public, conducts investigations, determines the appropriate course of action, and follows through to ensure compliance. In doing so, the Officer exercises his or her discretion with tact, empathy, and sound judgement. The Bylaw Enforcement Officer issues tickets (including parking tickets), impounds dogs, swears and files information, processes and serves court documents, prosecutes minor infractions, and testifies in court on behalf of the Town. The Officer maintains good working relations with the RCMP, SPCA, other enforcement officials, court registry, and adjacent local governments. A typical day is balance of patrols, investigations, office time completing paperwork and making telephone calls, and other miscellaneous assignments as needed. Hours of work may include evenings, weekends, and holidays. A criminal record check and driver’s abstract will be required. For more information about required education/training, required qualifications and typical duties, please see: Job Posting & Job Description
Posting closes on Friday, July 24, 2020 at 4:30pm.