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Job Opportunities

Here you will find job opportunities with the Town of Snow Lake. They will be advertised here whenever there are any available!  


The Town of Snow Lake invites written applications for the position of Chief Administrative Officer.

Under the direction of Council, the CAO is responsible for the overall management of the operations of the Town including, administration, supervision of staff, co-ordination of policies, programs and financial management.

 The successful applicant must possess:

 • Strong Administration, HR Management, analytical and communication skills;

 • An understanding of accounting, financing and budget preparation;

 • The Certificate in Manitoba Municipal Administration (CMMA) is an asset. A similar combination of education and experience may be considered.

 • Knowledge and ability to interpret by-laws, current legislation, acts and regulations.

 • Ability to communicate effectively with the public, employees both unionized and non-unionized as well as external stakeholders.

Remuneration will be commensurate with education, experience and qualifications and includes a comprehensive benefits package.

Please submit application, complete with resume, three (3) references and salary expectations at the following address: 

Town of Snow Lake

Box 40

Snow Lake, Manitoba

R0B 1M0


Fax: 204-358-2112

The competition will be opened until find a suitable candidate.

The Town of Snow Lake wishes to thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Reporting to the Transportation and Utilities Manager, the key areas of responsibility will include implementing the assignments as directed by the Transportation and Utilities Manager. This position is a unionized position with The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 2034 at an hourly wage of $35.25. 

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Operate trucks and heavy equipment (i.e. loader, grader, tandem, etc.) of various sizes and weights in the loading, hauling and unloading of various heavy equipment, materials and supplies.
  • Operates trucks and construction equipment, as well as labor required in the maintenance of blading roads, dust control, asphalt patching, hauling materials, crack sealing, ditching, culvert maintenance, sign maintenance and installations, line painting, garbage/recycling collection and drop-of, storm drain maintenance, street sweeping, sidewalk construction, curb and sidewalk repairs, water break excavations, tree trimming, snow removal and ice control. Operate saws and other small equipment and tools to maintain street, traffic systems, maintain Town facilities, aqua-flo units, water meters and other public property.
  • Performs routine inspection and preventive maintenance on assigned equipment and refers defects or needed repairs to supervisor and cleans equipment including general maintenance of all public facilities.
  • Assists in repairs to trucks and equipment as required.
  • Operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant, wastewater lift stations, sewer collection systems, water main infrastructure and the sewage treatment plant as required.
  • Water meter readings as required.
  • Responds to emergency call-outs when required.
  • Performs other duties with the Utilities and Recreation Departments as needed.
  • Performs all duties in conformance to appropriate safety and security standards.
  • Must be physically able to perform all duties as required. 


  • Basic ability with Email, MS Word and MS Excel
  • Possession of a valid Class 3A Manitoba Drivers License.
  • Suitable combination of education and experience will be considered

Please submit a cover letter and resume including three references to one of the following:          

Town of Snow Lake

113 Elm Street, Box 40 

Snow Lake, MB  R0B 1M0


Fax: 204-358-2112

The deadline for application is January 14, 2022 at 4:30 pm. 


The Town of Snow Lake is looking for a hard-working individual to join our team as a Solid Waste Facility Attendant initially for a period of One Year Term, beginning as soon as possible. 

Role: Independent/General Contractor shall provide services at the Snow Lake Solid Waste Management Site.

Duties: Under the direct Supervision of the CAO and Transportation and Utilities Manager, the incumbent directs the public for acceptance, processing and placement of refuse, operates equipment and performs duties related to the Town’s solid waste management program. This includes collecting tipping fees; keep records for the oil depot, cleaning and maintaining all areas of the landfill site, recycling stations, oil depot, especially deposited debris along the fences and surrounding trees on a weekly basis or if required on a more regular basis and operating a loader, bobcat and dozer. It also includes some manual labour such as shovelling and some heavy lifting. This position is located at the Town’s Solid Waste Management Facility and involves working weekends (Saturday).

Qualifications: The position requires a valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence preferable with clear abstract, a certificate in Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) and valid certificate of Landfill Operator issued by the Government of Manitoba Landfill Operator Certification Program is desired and a minimum of two years’ experience operating equipment such as a loader, bobcat, excavator, and dozer. Applicants must have a demonstrated ability to operate equipment in a safe manner. The work involves heavy lifting and manual labour such as shovelling therefore applicants must be physically fit. Preference will be given to applicants with previous experience working in a solid waste management facility or equivalent training/experience.

Obligations: The Contractor shall be obligated to (i) follow all Town, Provincial and Federal Safety Regulations and (ii) shall wear appropriate and approved safety apparel and footwear; to protect himself and others as an independent / general contractor.

Terms of Agreement: 
i.    Initially, the agreement will be for one (1) year term extendable upon satisfactory services and mutual understanding of both parties. 
ii.    A minimum of twenty six (26) hours per week.
iii.    Remuneration will be paid @ $2,100 per month.

Application Deadline: January 14, 2022 @ 4:30 pm  

Applications can be e-mailed to, faxed to 204-358-2112, dropped off to the Town Office at 113 Elm Street, or mailed to the Town of Snow Lake at PO Box 40, Snow Lake MB, R0B 1M0.