? 2014 SUMMER STUDENT LOTTERY PROGRAM
RATE OF PAY:
Friday, January 31, 2014
HOURS OF WORK:
Reporting to Departmental Managers and/or Supervisors students may perform one or all of the following in an individual position under the student lottery program:
? Cleaning ditches, roadways, alleys, medians, sidewalks, dump sites, guardrails, walkways and private properties of litter, garbage, debris and weeds;
? Weed cutting and weed whipping on the right-of-way, private property, ditches, etc.
? Clerical or Computer work;
? Engineering student jobs;
? Facility maintenance and equipment maintenance;
? Janitorial and general caretaking maintenance;
? General park maintenance;
? Greenhouse/horticulture work;
? General yard attendant (on private property – departmental facilities, etc.);
? Set – up for special events.
? Manual labour (lifting and carrying file storage boxes - up to 40 pounds);
? Pavement markings on road surfaces
(work shall be done alongside moving cars);
? Pothole patching on roadways;
? Sidewalk, road and sewer repair and Construction;
? Repetitive counting; Handling cash;
? Keeping accurate records for work performed;
? Traffic Sign installation;
? Construction work;
? Must be legally entitled to work in Canada;
? Must be a minimum of 17 years of age by May 1, 2014;
? Must be a Post-Secondary student attending an accredited University or Community College or Ontario Ministry of Education equivalent;
? Must be attending school on a full-time basis at the time of application. Full – time attendance at school is defined as 4 or more courses per semester;
? To remain eligible you must complete the Winter semester on a full-time basis and
? Must be returning to full-time attendance in September of 2014;
? Must be available to work all shifts beginning the first day after final University/College exams, for example: late April or early May;
? Must hold and maintain a current valid Emergency First-Aid/CPR Certificate (one day training) obtained from a first aide WSIA Reg. 1101 training provider recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) for the full term of your summer employment;
? Most positions require a current valid and lawful Class G or G2 driver's license in accordance with the Highway Traffic Act, for the purposes of operating a City of Windsor vehicle.
? Some positions may require the ability to travel to offsite locations in a timely and expedient manner as required. If method of travel is by vehicle, a current valid and lawful Driver’s License is required in accordance with the Highway Traffic Act;
? As a condition of employment students being offered employment for positions requiring a driver’s license must provide an up-to-date uncertified driver’s abstract at the time of documentation;
? Must be able to work outdoors, exposed to all weather conditions (sun, rain, heat, cold, etc) and be able to tolerate exposure to noxious weeds, garbage, litter, debris and dust, chemicals; or work indoors in an office environment;
? Most positions will require you to perform physical work involving heavy lifting, shoveling and digging, repetitive hand sweeping and walking, operating heavy materials, equipment and vehicles as required;
? May be required to work on public right-of-way (in and adjacent to roadway traffic);
? May be required to operate City equipment (i.e. weed whippers, lawnmowers, etc.);
? May be required to walk long distances or to sit for long periods of time;
? May be required to keyboard for long periods of time;
? As of 2007, students are eligible to be employed in the Student Lottery twice not withstanding their draw number.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications are available only on the City of Windsor’s Website and must be completed and
submitted on-line by no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, January 31, 2014. Absolutely NO paper copies of the application will be available or accepted. For complete details regarding these positions, please visit our website at www.citywindsor.ca and link onto "Work for Windsor." The application itself is available through our Student Lottery page. Internet access is available at your local library branch. Only those applicants selected through the random lottery draw will be acknowledged.
We offer a smoke-free office environment. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, Municipal Act, c. 25 as amended, and will be used to determine eligibility for employment.
"The Corporation of the City of Windsor is an Equal Opportunity Employer"