Job Opportunities at the District of Squamish

The District of Squamish is an equal opportunity employer, committed to recruiting an inclusive workforce that reflects the community we serve. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, including Indigenous applicants, all genders, nationalities and persons with disabilities.


Dear Applicants,

Thank you for submitting your resume to the District of Squamish. Due to current circumstances there may be a delay to our current competitions. Thank you for your patience.

-District of Squamish HR Team


 Please apply by sending your resume and a cover letter as a PDF or DOC attachment to jobs@squamish.ca  
Be sure to include in the subject line, the position name and/or competition number you are applying for, as well as your first and last name.

Applications are accepted until 11:59pm PST on the expiration date.


Current External Vacancies:

Senior Energy Specialist - Regular Full-Time
Explore this exciting new job opportunity to work with the Engineering team.  The Senior Energy Specialist functions as part of the District of Squamish’s Sustainability team to identify and implement low carbon energy initiatives in line with Squamish’s Community Climate Action Plan (CCAP). The position will focus on actions related to both new and existing building infrastructure, as well as other actions outlined within the CCAP such as decarbonizing transportation and closing the loop on waste. The role is developed in partnership with FortisBC’s Climate Action Partnership program. Click here to find out more.

Lifeguard 1 - Casual/On-Call
The Lifeguard 1 performs lifeguarding, instruction, and custodial work and is responsible for ensuring the safety and enjoyment of participants in aquatic activities. Click here to find out more

Recreation Program Leader - Casual/On-Call
The Recreation Program Leader assists with the planning, leading and supervision of recreation activities ensuring safety and well-being of participants. Click here to find out more.

Community Patrol Officer - Casual/On-Call (Multiple Positions)
The Community Patrol Officer performs field and administrative work related to the enforcement of Municipal Bylaws, focusing on, but not limited to, parking regulations and compliance with the Animal Control Bylaw. Click here to find out more.

 Bylaw & Animal Control Officer - Casual/On-Call (Multiple Positions)
This position is responsible for field and administrative work related to the enforcement of Municipal bylaws.  Requirements include; Bylaw Compliance, Enforcement and Investigative Skills Certificate Program Level 1 and 2 and a certificate in Animal Control Basic Training from a recognized institution. Click here to find out more!

Building Inspector - Casual/On-Call
This position provides inspection services for a wide variety of construction, alteration, and repair projects. A minimum of three years as a Building Inspector, and a Level II Building Inspector certification are required. Click here to find out more!

Janitor - Casual/On-Call
This position performs a variety of cleaning and maintenance functions in Municipal Buildings. If you love to clean, and have 6 months related experience in a related role, Click here for more information!

Recreation Facility Attendant 2 - Casual/On-Call
This position operates, maintains, repairs, and cleans recreation facility equipment. Requirements include; Pool Operators Level 1 certificate, and WHMIS. To find out more, Click here!


External Competition Status Update:
Victim Services Coordinator - Position Filled
Financial Services Specialist - Position Filled
IT Applications Specialist - Applications Under Review
Bylaw and Animal Control Officer - Position Filled
Outreach Sustainability Coordinator - Position Filled
Accounts Receivable Coordinator - Position Filled
Environmental Coordinator - Applications Under Review

Thank you for your interest in working at the District of Squamish. We appreciate your application, however, due to the volume of resumes we receive we are unable to personally respond to each of you.