The successful applicant will be hired as a Busser and can be asked to also cover Janitor shifts and in that case, would be paid at the rates corresponding to these positions.
As Granville Island is a 7-day/ week operation, there is a requirement to be available for shift work including evenings and weekends.
• Clean washrooms, windows, mop floors, waste removal and other general cleaning as required.
• Represent CMHC and Granville Island in a professional and courteous manner.
• Provide information to customers and tenants as required (i.e., question on lost and found items, directions).
• Bussing tables in three Public Market seating areas.
• Sweep and/or dry mop the Public Market seating areas as well as wet mop spills as needed.
• Sweep and monitor outdoor courtyard areas throughout the day.
• Customer service experience.
• Safety knowledge as per Workers Compensation Board regulations and the Canada Labour Code.
• Ability to respond in emergency situations - may be first on the scene (injury, lost children, theft).
• Ability to adapt to changes and to show initiative when needed.
• Must be aware of the hazards and be able to work in a marine environment.
• Building Worker certificate.
• WHMIS certificate.
Please apply online via:
https://careers.cmhc-schl.gc.ca//job-invite/7916/APPLY NOW! • BUSSER (GRANVILLE ISLAND) • CMHC
Post Date: July 22, 2022
1661 Duranleau Street
Granville Island is administered by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) on behalf of the Federal Government. Its mission is “to steward this public land for meaningful urban and social experimentation among diverse, creative, cultural, and business models, engaging local first nations and communities, and welcoming the world.”
Granville Island and its 300 businesses greet approximately 10 million people per year, employ over 3,000 people full-time, and generate over $260 million in economic activity. Granville Island is seen as one of the most successful waterfront developments in North America aspiring to become the “most inspiring public place in the world”.
You want to know more about Granville Island? Read the Granville Island 2040: Bridging Past & Future report by clicking on this link: granvilleisland2040.ca