Edson COVID-19 Response
The latest information from the Town of Edson's response to the COVID-19 situation
***Please note, we don’t plan to start interviewing for this position until the Spring or Summer of 2021. This competition will remain open until then. We will contact suitable applicants when we’re ready to start conducting interviews.***
We seek a competent, effective and unique leader to guide our team of highly qualified professionals in facing the considerable challenges that lay ahead.
In addition to the cultural advocacy that we require, our ideal candidate has significant experience in a complex setting and commensurate knowledge in community, social and protective services in a municipal context. This individual doesn’t need to be a subject matter expert in any one these areas, but will have enough comprehension to effectively manage those who do.
The applicant may come from a variety of different backgrounds and hold a related Bachelor’s degree, 15+ years’ experience in the field and at least 5 years’ experience at the senior management level. This person will be able to articulate and execute high-level, strategic imperatives, effectively helping staff translate high-level strategic objectives into operational imperatives.
Full posting --> General Manager, Community & Protective Services - Full Time
If you are flexible with your schedule and looking to gain employment in a dynamic, progressive workplace and value working in a customer service-oriented environment, this opportunity may be ideal for you. The Town of Edson is now accepting applications for the position of casual, part-time Administrative Assistant/Landfill Scale Attendant.
This position will remain open until filled.
Full Posting -->Administrative Assistant/ Landfill Scale Attendant - Casual Part-Time
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If your professional values and disposition don’t match our cultural imperatives and we hire you anyway, we would be setting both you and our organization up for disappointment. Your skills, abilities, education and experience – as important as those things are – won’t make you successful here if our work cultures don’t match.
We’re building a culture driven by:
Have we achieved all of this? Nope, but we’re getting there, and we’re on the same page. This is what we want.
If you are to be successful with the Town of Edson, you must be comfortable with discomfort, with asking and answering challenging questions, with rethinking processes, procedures, and even your own point of view, each and every week. You must have a healthy distrust for easy answers, a keen eye for team wins and a consistent bias for action.