Casual Employment Opportunity - On-Call Labourer

CASUAL ON-CALL LABOURER

 

The Village of Salisbury is currently accepting applications for the casual on-call position of Labourer/Winter & Summer Equipment Operator.

A job description is also available at the Village Office, 56 Douglas Street.

Please submit your resume by mail or in person from 8:30AM to 4:30PM, Monday to Friday, 56 Douglas Street, Salisbury, NB, E4J 3E3, or by email at vilsalisbury@nb.aibn.com.  

Applications will be accepted until suitable candidates are found.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.
The Village of Salisbury is an equal opportunity employer.

COVID-19: NB Releases Winter Action Plan (Dec. 3)

With 97 new cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick announced on December 3rd, the Provincial government unveiled a new plan for combatting spread of the coronavirus. Health Minister Dorothy Shephard says it will consist of a three-level alert system, with all of NB to be placed at Level 1 on Saturday, Dec. 4th at 11:59pm. Full details of what this means can be found at the following link: 
Government of NB Press Release
 
The 97 new cases announced on Dec. 3rd include 13 in Zone 1, known as the Moncton region. This is the region that includes Salisbury and surrounding area. There are now 711 active cases of COVID-19 in New Brunswick, including 49 in hospital. Of those, 16 are in intensive care.

NB Announces its Municipal Reform Plan (Nov. 18)

Today, the New Brunswick Government unveiled its decisions regarding municipal reform.
Minister of Local Government and Local Governance Reform Daniel Allain released the much-anticipated White Paper, “Working together for vibrant and sustainable communities”
White Paper document
Announcement video
Mayor Campbell and the Council of the Village of Salisbury are analyzing this information contained in the White Paper, that all local governments only received this morning, to fully comprehend the ramifications for Salisbury and surrounding area.
Salisbury Council and administration will work with Minister Allain’s office to understand the process and how preparations will unfold over the next year.
The changes announced today would not take effect until January 1st, 2023.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to vibrantnbdynamique@gnb.ca.

COVID-19: Salisbury to leave Circuit Breaker (6pm, Nov. 12)

The New Brunswick Government has announced changes to its State of Emergency "Circuit Breaker" taking effect on Friday, November 12th at 6:00 PM. The circuit breaker will continue for another seven days in parts of Zone 1 (Moncton region), but will be reduced to only cover the municipalities of Moncton, Dieppe and Riverview. The other areas of Zone 1 currently in a circuit breaker, including the Village of Salisbury, will have those restrictions lifted on Friday at 6 pm. Full details HERE.

Volunteer Fire Chief Position

With the recently-announced decision by longtime Fire Chief David Bannister to step down as Fire Chief effective January 1st, 2022, Salisbury Fire Rescue is seeking applicants for the position of Fire Chief (see post below). David Bannister will remain an active member of Salisbury Fire Rescue.

 

 VOLUNTEER FIRE CHIEF

The Village of Salisbury is currently accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Fire Chief with Salisbury Fire Rescue.

Position Profile

Please submit your resume to the Clerk’s Office by email at vilsalisbury@nb.aibn.com

Must be received no later than4:30 PM, Friday, November 19, 2021.

 

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

 

New Brunswick Posts Guidelines for Hallowe'en

New Brunswick Public Health is recommending for residents who wish to trick-or-treat this Hallowe'en in circuit breaker areas (including Zone 1, in which the Salisbury area is located), that travelling for trick-or-treating is limited to a single household and appropriate distancing, masking, and existing restrictions on indoor gatherings must be followed.
People handing out treats in a circuit breaker area must provide treats through touchless means.
Everyone must wear community masks when they are unable to maintain a distance of at least two metres.
Please refer to the graphic at the following link for more details (scroll down for the "Circuit Breaker Zones" information):
Halloween Guidance 2021

Sewer Repair to Impact Peter Street on Oct. 20

For residents of Salisbury who live on Peter Street, please note that there will be a sewer repair project taking place at civic 69 on Wednesday, October 20th. The work will begin around 8:00am and will continue through most of that afternoon. Because of the work on the roadway, Peter Street will be blocked to through-traffic at that specific point, forcing drivers to detour using the neighbouring side streets. The Village of Salisbury thanks you for your patience and understanding during this important repair.

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