Cashier Receptionist

From CivicInfo BC - June 29, 2016

Job Posting Title
Cashier Receptionist

The City of Vancouver is striving to become the greenest city in the world by 2020 and we are proud to be one of Canada's Top 100 Employers, BC's Top Employers, Canada's Best Diversity Employers, and one of Canada's Greenest Employers.

With employees that have helped Vancouver consistently rank as one of the world's most livable cities, the City values a diverse workforce which represents the vibrant community we so proudly serve.

Consider joining our committed team of staff and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.


Close Date
July 08, 2016

Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation
The Vancouver Park Board is seeking responses from customer service focused and energetic cashiers for the upcoming season. This role will provide experienced cashiers an opportunity to work in the various community centres, ice rinks, and swimming pools across the City, including several 2010 Olympic venues. If you enjoy working with the public and truly appreciate the value of parks and recreation and what our services provide to the diverse communities and neighbourhoods of Vancouver, then wed like to see your resume.

The cashier is the first point of contact for all patrons and will require an individual with the ability to communicate to all audiences and the ability to troubleshoot and problem solve. This role will require a friendly and courteous individual who shares the passion of promoting an inclusive recreation environment to all patrons. Strong teamwork will be a requirement of this position as the cashier is expected to provide support to peers to ensure a safe and fun environment for all community centre patrons.

Bring your passion for recreation, people and customer service and apply online today!

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Employment Type

CUPE Local 15 Bargaining Unit (VMECW)

Salary Information
Pay Grade 12: $20.98 to $24.59 per hour


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