DISTRICT HALL EMPLOYMENT
The District of Kent is seeking individuals interested in working the 2014 Local General Elections. Voting Day is on Saturday, November 15, 2014 with polls open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Election staff positions are open to all residents of British Columbia who are 18 years and older. Previous experience in federal, provincial or municipal elections is an asset. Successful candidates will be required to attend one mandatory training session prior to Voting Day. If you are unable to attend the training session then you cannot work on Voting Day.
Note: A member of the election staff cannot be involved in any candidate campaign. Each staff member must swear a solemn declaration stating they are not involved in any capacity with any of the candidates (i.e. nominator, agent, relative, supporter etc.)
For further information on election employment or to be considered as election staff please contact Ms. Clair Lee, Deputy Chief Election Officer by phone at 604-796-2235 or by email at email@example.com. The District of Kent would like to thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please click here for the Election Official 2014 Application Form.
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS (4)
AGASSIZ FIRE DEPARTMENT | COMMUNITIES IN BLOOM |
KENT HARRISON COMMUNITY DISASTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM | RCMP AGASSIZ DETACHMENT
AGASSIZ FIRE DEPARTMENT - Part-time Firefighters
If you are a motivated individual, physically fit, 18 years old or older, you may have a future as a part-time firefighter. Eligible applicants will be required to complete 10 week recruit training.
Click here to download the Job Requirements and Qualifications document
COMMUNITIES IN BLOOM
KENT HARRISON COMMUNITY DISASTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
What is Emergency Social Services (ESS)?
Emergency Social Services (ESS aka Kent - Harrison Community Disaster Assistance Program) provides short-term services (generally up to 72 hours) to preserve the emotional and physical well being of evacuees and response workers in emergency situations. This assistance includes food, lodging, clothing, emotional support and family reunification.
Who are ESS Volunteers?
The District of Kent and Village of Harrison Hot Springs residents who have a desire/passion to help plan and assist to provide for the well being of community members, who have been evacuated from their homes in the event of disaster. Volunteers are required to:
- Be in good health
- Be at least 18 years of age, unless parental consent and ESS Director authorization
- Submit an ESS Volunteer Application Form
- Be interviewed by the Volunteer ESS Director and attend an Orientation to ESS
- Be prepared to complete a Consent for Criminal Record Search
- Submit a Emergency Management BC Volunteer Registration Form + photo ID
- Commit approx 4- 8 hours per month for required meetings, working groups, free training courses and exercises. More hours are required for on-call duties.
What do ESS Volunteers do?
- Provide paper work for arrangements of temporary services to the evacuees, through pre-arranged community suppliers such as restaurants, grocery store, hotels, clothing store, etc.
- Provide for pre-arranged facilities to be adapted into a Reception Centre for a safe place, where multiple evacuees can gather to receive information and assistance
- Provide for pre-arranged facilities to be converted into Group Lodging, in the event the community needs to offer lodging to a large number of evacuees
- Provide Emergency Preparedness education to the public and community organizations
How can I apply?
Fill in the application form and drop it off at:
District of Kent Municipal Hall , Attention: ESS Coordinator
7170 Cheam Avenue, Agassiz, BC
send it by fax to 604-796-9854
Emergency Social Services Government Office, www.ess.bc.ca
Emergency Social Services Association, www.essa.ca
Provincial Emergency Program of B.C., www.pep.bc.ca
Justice Institute of B.C., www.jibc.bc.ca
RCMP AGASSIZ DETACHMENT - AGASSIZ RCMP SPEED WATCH PROGRAM
Do you want to take an active role in solving the speeding issue by raising the public awareness of the actual speed motorists are traveling? Speed Watch is a volunteer community-led program that creates awareness about speeding in neighbourhhoods working in partnership with police and ICBC.
Please click here for more information