Employment Opportunity

Carpenters Helper & Community-Based Water Monitoring Collaborative (CBWM)

Roles and Responsibilities of a CBWM


Training will be provided for CBWM.

·         As a CBWM, you are responsible for regularly monitoring community drinking water quality in

public water systems (PWS), semi-public water systems (SPWS), cisterns and individual wells

(in some communities and upon request).

Your main responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

·         Sampling and testing.

·         Recording and documentation.

·         Notification and reporting.

·         Quality Assurance (QA).

·         Public awareness.

·         Emergency planning and response.

·         Collaborating during a potential waterborne disease event.

·         Participating in training.


·         Applicants need to have a valid driver’s license and should be able to make a water sampling trip to Williams Lake once per month.


Carpenters Helper


The Carpenter is responsible for performing skilled carpentry and joinery work at the journeyman level. This position requires experience and knowledge in the use of tools and machinery related to the performance of advanced carpentry/joinery, maintenance, repair & alterations at civic buildings, recreational facilities, and structures.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities

The Carpenter must be able to effectively direct subordinates and work with minimal supervision on a variety of tasks including but not limited to:

  • respond to work needs regardless of the time or day of the week.
  • Joinery tasks both in the carpentry shop and at all civic facilities.
  • Carpentry and joinery work in construction, alteration, repair, and maintenance of buildings, floors, roofs, stairways, doors, windows, furniture, counters, vanities, wall paneling, plastic laminates, glass board, rink plastic, moldings, all architectural hardware, concrete forms.
  • This position performs duties using innovative techniques, best practices, and materials to improve quality, reduce costs and improve productivity; could read and work from blueprints and sketches; provides estimates of work and performs related work as required.
  • Thorough knowledge of various methodologies, innovativeness, best practices, regulatory requirements –WCB, WHMIS, drawings and specifications, tools, materials, equipment, etc., used in maintenance, installation, and construction.
  • Performs related duties as required.


Education and Experience:

·         4 years of experience in commercial or residential carpentry

·         Ability to comprehend schematic diagrams, blueprints, sketches, building plans, and other specifications.

·         Strong working knowledge of job site safety, as well the ability to complete a band-specific safety orientation.


Interview Process:

                     Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.

                     Criminal Record Check

                     Work/Personal Reference Check


Application Deadline: Open until filled.

How to Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to hr@ulkatcho.ca. Please includeCarpenters Helper & Community-Based Water Monitoring Collaborativein the subject line. Or drop off at the reception counter at the band office.