Employment Opportunities


Job Posting: Seasonal Part-time Operator - Arena

Interested applicants, provided they meet the eligibility, should submit a resume to Gena Fowler, Director of Leisure Services prior to the posting expiry date.  Please submit via email gena@townofhampton.ca , in person at the Leisure Services Office, 808 Main Street, or mail to Town of Hampton, P.O. Box 1066, Hampton, N.B., E5N 8H1         

Title: Leisure Services Operator I - Arena

Reports to: Kevin Breau, Leisure Services Facility Manager

 Closing Date: September 22, 2017 at 3:00 pm.

Expected Start Date: Friday, September 29, 2017      

This position will primarily be assigned to the arena division with the duties of Leisure Services facility maintenance, customer service and equipment operation.  The majority of the work will be performed in the arena.  Other duties throughout the department may be required including parks, pool, playgrounds, sports fields, trails, and special events. The Operator I will be scheduled to work mainly weekend shifts.   This is a seasonal position working from mid-August until mid-April.


Making and maintenance of ice
Regular maintenance and monitoring of ice plant functions
Keeping necessary documentation of ice, plant and building functions
General facility maintenance including: Sweeping, scrubbing and maintenance of bleachers, front entrance, washrooms, exits, dressing rooms, Zamboni room, engine room, staff room and community room on a daily basis as required.
Operation and maintenance of the ice machine, edger and all equipment used in the preparation of ice, including the operation and maintenance of the skate sharpener
Supervision of building during shift – preventing vandalism etc…
Supervise and give direction to students and/or casual employees working in the arena
Set up and take down of equipment for special events as required
May be required to assist with operation and maintenance of other areas within the department: parks, pool, tennis, etc.  
Performs related duties as required


This front line position with both inside and outside work, emergency call out, the potential to deal with uncooperative customers, and heavy physical exertion.
Must possess a High School diploma and valid New Brunswick Drivers’ License
Arena and mechanical qualifications/experience are assets to this position
Must be trained in First Aid and CPR
Must be bondable
Must have good communication skills in dealing with the public on a regular basis
Energetic, friendly, and customer focused