Transit Attendant - Glen Eden
CONSERVATION HALTON is a community based environmental agency that works in partnership with watershed municipalities and the Province of Ontario to protect the natural environment. We also manage a number of parks for education and recreation including Crawford Lake, Kelso, Glen Eden Ski & Snowboard Centre, Hilton Falls, Mount Nemo, Mountsberg, Rattlesnake Point, and Robert Edmondson.
Transit Attendant - Glen Eden
Lands Services Division
Conservation Halton works to protect, restore and manage natural resources in your watershed from lake to escarpment. Our vision is to sustain a healthy watershed with clean streams, vigorous forests, abundant green space and balanced growth that results in strong livable communities.
Spanning 1000 Sq. km of land, 17 flowing creeks, approximately 26 km of Lake Ontario shoreline, extensive forest cover and 80 km of Ontario’s Niagara Escarpment, our mandate is to create avenues for sustainable synergy between the natural world we live in and the 500,000 residents that make up the Halton watershed.
Situated on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton, Glen Eden is the premier skiing and boarding destination in the GTA. Offering 16 slopes, 6 lifts, and an exhilarating tube park with 4 chutes.
Transit Attendants eagerly greet, direct, and provide information to our guests. They are also responsible for traffic control, cleaning parking lots, and shovelling snow. The Transit Attendant reports to the Transit Lead.
- Direct and control both automotive and pedestrian traffic to ensure safe and efficient traffic flow
- Greet and provide general information to guests and assist them with their concerns
- Assist with minor maintenance, snow removal, and cleanup projects
- Assist with setup, takedown, and running of special events and functions
- Perform duties and work in accordance with the Parking and Transit Operations Manual, Conservation Halton’s Safety policy and procedures and with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its regulations
- Perform other duties as required to contribute to the team effort and achieve the objectives of the department and Conservation Halton
- Previous experience in parking lot operations is an asset
- Working knowledge of ski resort operations an asset
- Demonstrated commitment to working safely
- Excellent interpersonal skills, positive attitude & the ability to work as a team member and independently
- Flexibility and the ability to assume a variety of tasks as required
- Capable of directing both vehicle (including busses) and pedestrian traffic
- Ability to work in a variety of weather conditions
- Able to travel to a site not serviced by public transportation.
- Starting at $11.40 per hour
- Staff identification pass which entitles you to free entry to all of our conservation areas, free skiing and snowboarding, and discounts on goods, services, cafeteria food, events with a participation fee, equipment rentals
Our Core Values
Be Respectful: Respect one another, celebrate diversity, and embrace new ideas.
Be Adaptable: Change is constant. Channel your passion, be innovative, and focus on results.
Be Collaborative: Share your knowledge, listen to understand, and always communicate clearly.
Be Sustainable: In everything you do, think conservation.
Be Accountable: Uphold your integrity, demonstrate measurable progress, and strive for excellence.
We thank all applicants for their interest however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Conservation Halton is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Conservation Halton will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. Personal information provided is collected under the authority of The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.