Program Manager – Youth Centre and Family Support
Saulteau First Nations Mission
We strive to be the Best Governed Nation, one that is proud, culturally strong and self-sufficient. As stewards of the land we will ensure that the best sustainable practices are followed, now and in the future. We remain proudly determined.
The Custodian contributes to the success of the Saulteau First Nations (SFN) Administration by overseeing the general cleaning and upkeep of the SFN buildings and offices in Chetwynd on a weekly basis, ensuring optimal work environments for all staff and visitors.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Performs cleaning and disinfecting activities to maintain cleanliness of floors, including mopping and vacuuming.
- Disposes of garbage and recyclable materials from containers.
- Keeps work surfaces, windowsills, shelves, and furniture clean and dust-free.
- Cleans carpets, vents, and windows (interior and exterior) as scheduled.
- Ensures washrooms are kept in sanitary condition and supplies are refilled on a regular basis.
- Maintains cleaning supply levels; notifies Program manager – Youth Centre and Family Support when inventory supplies are low.
- Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications and Skills
- Highschool Diploma.
- Detail oriented.
- Ability to work independently and as part of team.
- High attention detail and general cleaning abilities.
- Ability to perform physical work including bending, standing, stooping, and climbing ladders.
- Basic understanding of proper handling of dangerous materials.
- Safety training - First Aid Level 1, WHMIS and hazardous chemicals is an asset.
- Understanding of basic recyclable materials is an asset.
- Material Safety Data Sheet Training is an asset.
- Works with chemicals and cleaning solutions.
- Works primarily alone.
- Late afternoon and evening hours of work.
Works will be performed in Chetwynd, at our Youth Centre and at the IDA – Little Prairie Pharmacy.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday’s - 5:00pm to 7:00pm at the IDA Pharmacy
- 7:20pm -9:20pm at the Youth Centre