Jobs In Cranbrook, British Columbia

PK AST 06R – Recreation Crew Member – (96498)

The Recreation Crew Members will be distributed across three teams, based out of Cranbrook, Nelson, and Revelstoke. Crews will travel to the far reaches of their recreation district and may travel to neighbouring districts for projects; therefore, you must be willing to work up to a 10-hour day and be willing to overnight in remote locations for some projects.  Work days will be Monday to Friday, for 70 hours every two-week pay period.

To learn more about Recreation Sites and Trails BC, and each recreation district, please visit our website: RSTBC.

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STO21MHASI – Meat Hygiene and Agri-food Inspector – (96503)

A critical role in support of the health and protection of quality meat products in BC

The Ministry of Agriculture works to promote an innovative, adaptive and globally competitive agri-foods sector for the benefit of all British Columbians. The agri-foods sector (agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture and processing) is an important and successful contributor to the B.C. economy, and has responded vigorously to challenges and opportunities. The Ministry’s support of healthy and safe agri-food and seafood production and post-production processing provides new and value-added products for domestic and international markets, contributing to B.C. jobs and the economy as well as to diversified rural communities. 

As a Meat Hygiene & Agri-food Inspector, you provide inspection services according to provincial policies and procedures to licensed abattoirs and perform ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection of animals, recording observations and ensuring meat handling procedures are observed. You are an effective communicator, able to educate facility operators and staff regarding applicable policies and deal with potential situations of conflict. You will share expertise with new/apprenticing meat inspectors; evaluate livestock management and adherence to best practices for animal welfare; and conduct preliminary food safety inspection of meat processing activities.

You will work on a professional team committed to maintaining and establishing the standard required to keep B.C.’s meat production industry safe. If you are seeking a professional career in a role that makes a difference in the lives of British Columbians, we look forward to your application. 
The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.

The Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service is available to applicants that self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, status or non-status, Métis, or Inuit) seeking work or already employed in the BC Public Service. For guidance on applying and interviewing, please contact or 778-405-3452.

PK AST 09R – Recreation Crew Leader – (96501)

•    Degree or diploma in an Outdoor Recreation, Tourism, Forestry or Natural Resource Management; OR 
•    Grade 12 graduation or GED AND two years of relevant work or volunteer experience. 
•    Preference may be given to applicants who have a degree or diploma in the above fields AND two years or more experience.

Relevant experience may include:
•    Experience leading others. This may be in an academic or work-related setting and may include peers, workers, or volunteers.
•    Experience planning, researching, organizing, and implementing projects.
•    Experience interacting with others and communicating with a variety of stakeholders and the public.
•    Experience working in an outdoor setting (e.g. trail building, operational roles in National or Provincial Parks, natural resource field work, field research, or other remote work). 
•    Experience working with hand and power tools (carpentry or construction, trail building, chainsaw use, operation of small engines).
•    Experience working in a recreation environment (e.g., parks, campsites, tourism centres, outdoor sporting or activity centres, or other recreation facilities).

POL EC 27R – Senior Policy Analyst – (96832)

The Climate Action Secretariat (CAS), as a division of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, is responsible for leading and coordinating research, analysis, development and implementation of programs, strategies, policies, and legislation that enable climate action while supporting affordability, climate resilience, competitiveness and the development of a sustainable economy. CAS works to achieve provincial climate change goals through engagement and collaboration with Indigenous peoples, the provincial public sector, other orders of government, research institutions, non-governmental organizations, professional and industry associations and business and industry.  CAS is responsible for the Climate Change Accountability Act.  

STO 21R – Investigations Analyst – (95520)

The Mines Health, Safety and Enforcement Division (MHSE) provides oversight of the mineral exploration and mining sector during all stages of mine projects. The division includes: The Office of the Chief Inspector of Mines; the Mine Audits and Strategic Services; the Abandoned Mines Branch; and the Regulatory Management and Enforcement (RME) Branch. The Code Review Secretariat administers the ongoing work of the Code Review Committee and is part of the RME Branch.

LSO OTHR 3 – Inspector of Mines, Investigative Lead – (96944)

The Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation is responsible for British Columbia’s electricity, alternative energy, mining and petroleum resource sectors, and supporting work to meet BC’s greenhouse gas reduction targets.

STO-RE 27R – Inspector of Mines, Investigative Lead – (96945)

The Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation is responsible for British Columbia’s electricity, alternative energy, mining and petroleum resource sectors, and supporting work to meet BC’s greenhouse gas reduction targets.

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