Employment and Volunteer

Volunteers Required


Fire Department Volunteers Wanted!

The Town of Killam Fire Department is looking for new volunteer members. You could provide your community with fire suppression, fire prevention, and emergency and rescue responses. The Town of Kilam has an excellent pool of potential fire fighters and that includes you! No previous experience necessasry and training is provided.

For more information on how you can help the fire department, please call Chief Joe Knievel at (780) 385-1014, or attend a Fire Meeting on the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Fire Hall.

 

Killam Public Library Board Members Needed!

The Killam Public Library is in need of volunteer Board members!  Meetings are held once a month to oversee the operation of the Library.  If you have a love for books and all the good things our Library offers and are interested in becoming a Board Member, please contact:  Brenda McDermott at (780) 385-2491.


A number of Killam Residents have contacted the Town Office requesting information for people who may assist them with snow removal or lawn care.  Please find a list of those who have responded to date.  If you would like your name added to the list, please contact the Office at (780) 385-3977.

Snow Shovelling or Lawn Care Assistance (as of Jan  2020)

Ben Kellert  - Snow shoveling assistance
                       - Phone:  (780) 307-3251 or (780) 385-3587
 

Larry Gregorwich – Snow shovelling west of Main Street
                                  -  Phone: (780) 608-0504
                                  -  Email: larry.gregorwich@gmail.com

Lynn Rosaasen     - Snow blowing or lawn mowing
                               -  Within 2 blocks of  4914–48Street
                               - Please provide a 2 day notice if possible
                               -  Phone:  (780) 385-3959  Cell: (780) 385-4561
 

*Please Note:  This list has been created in response to a request from Killam Residents. Arrangements and determination of fees, for snow shovelling or lawn care, are between the Home Owner and Service Provider.  The Town of Killam will not be responsible for any financial retributions or property damage related for these services.


Employment Opportunities
 


ASSESSMENT REVIEW BOARD MEMBERS  (Regional to Flagstaff County)

If you would be interested in serving on the Inter-municipal ARB and feel that you are able to meet the following eligibility and time commitment requirements, please submit a letter of interest and a resume to:

Inter-Municipal Assessment Review Board
c/o Town of Hardisty
PO Box 10
Hardisty, AB. T0B 1V0
Fax: 780-888-2200
Email: IARB.clerk@hardisty.ca

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
A member of the Inter-Municipal Assessment Review Board must successfully complete a training program and should have:
- A personal history of acting ethically and with integrity
- An understanding of the principles of administrative law and natural justice
- The ability to participate in hearings with an open mind making decisions in a fair and unbiased manner
- The ability to write in plain language
- Excellent analytical and reasoning skills
- The ability to speak in public and communicate effectively with parties to the appeal
- Demonstrable ability to read, understand and apply complex plans, the Municipal Government Act and other pertinent Acts
TIME COMMITMENT
- The term is three years
- Complaints can only be submitted within 60 days of assessment notices being mailed and hearings are scheduled after that term has expired
- Meetings can be held during business hours or in the evening, whichever time frame better suits the majority board members
- Board members are expected to read the hearing materials prior to the meetings
TRAINING
- Training is coordinated and provided by Municipal Government Board (MGB)
- ARB Members are required to attend training sessions
- Training sessions are three days in length and will require travel to a training session as scheduled by the Province of Alberta
REMUNERATION
- Remuneration is provided for meeting attendance
- Reimbursement for travel expenses and out of pocket expenses directly related to hearings or training sessions is provided

 


SUBDIVISION & DEVELOPMENT APPEAL BOARD (Flagstaff Regional)

If you would be interested in serving on the FRSDAB and feel that you are able to meet the following eligibility and time commitment requirements, please submit a letter of interest and a resume to:

Flagstaff Regional Subdivision & Development Appeal Board
c/o Town of Hardisty
PO Box 10
Hardisty, AB. T0B 1V0
Fax: 780-888-2200
Email: FRSDAB.clerk@hardisty.ca

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
• An understanding of the diverse communities that exist across the Flagstaff region
• Regard to the interests of property owners, developers, the general public, and other parties affected by the outcome of an appeal
• A personal history of acting ethically and with integrity
• An understanding of the principles of administrative law and natural justice
• The ability to participate in hearings with an open mind making decisions in a fair and unbiased manner
• The ability to write in plain language
• Excellent analytical and reasoning skills
• The ability to speak in public and communicate effectively with parties to the appeal
• Demonstrable ability to read, understand and apply complex plans, the Municipal Government Act and other pertinent Acts, statutory plans, such as the Municipal Development Plan and Area Structure Plans, the Land Use Bylaw, and case law
TIME COMMITMENT
• The term is three years
• Meetings can be held during business hours or in the evening, whichever time frame better suits the majority board members
• Board members are expected to read the hearing materials prior to the meetings
TRAINING
• Training is coordinated and provided by Municipal Government Board (MGB)
• Training sessions are two days in length and will require travel to a training session as scheduled by the Province of Alberta
REMUNERATION
• Remuneration is provided for meeting attendance
• Reimbursement for travel expenses and out of pocket expenses directly related to hearings or training sessions is provided

 

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