Employment and Volunteering

From time to time employment opportunities arise within the Township Office or at an alternate Township site. See current opportunities below:

Permanent Positions 


No openings at this time.

Seasonal Positions

Arena Attendant


The Frontenac Community Arena invites applications for the seasonal position of Arena Attendant.

We have both Full Time Seasonal and Part Time Seasonal positions available.



This is a seasonal position beginning early September and concludes at the end of March 2021

Approximately 1100 total hours for Full Time Seasonal position the season and approximately 400 for the Part Time Seasonal position.

Hours of Position:

Full Time Attendants work up to 40 hours a week

Part Time Attendants work up to 16 hours a week

*Specific hours and schedule to be confirmed once position hiring is determined

Rate of Pay: $17.85-$20.13/hr (depending on experience) + 4% in lieu of vacation.


Please contact Tim Laprade, Arena Manager to discuss interest in this position.






Under the direction of the Arena Manager or delegate, maintains the ice surface, maintains and cleans arena facilities, and operates related equipment for the Frontenac Community Arena.



Consists of moderate to heavy lifting over 20 kg, climbing, walking, twisting, bending, pushing, pulling, working in awkward positions, and working in all types of weather conditions.


  • Ensure quality ice resurfacing by flooding, cutting, edging, operating ice conditioning machines, monitoring ice conditions, etc.; to accommodate various activities hockey, figure skating and public skate.
  • Refrigeration equipment monitoring and recording plant readings into log books per Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) or other agencies.
  • Perform custodial duties, general maintenance and repair tasks throughout the facility.
  • Monitor rink and room bookings to ensure clients with reserved ice time and facility rooms adhere to the confirmed times.
  • Maintain simple records such as but not limited to facility use, maintenance. schedules, facility concerns, supplies needed and other reports as directed by supervisor.
  • Maintain a safe environment for all facility users and workers and report hazards to supervisor.
  • Follow and prioritize duties as listed in the Arena Attendant daily task list.
  • Provide quality customer service to a wide variety of arena facility users by answering questions, providing assistance with concerns and directing the customers to the correct person.
  • Monitor the actions of groups and individuals using the arena facilities, i.e. public awareness of bylaws and regulations.
  • Ensure buildings and facilities are vacant and secure at end of day.
  • Perform manual duties, including, but not limited to, snow removal, moving tables, chairs, etc.
  • Work in an independent capacity and/or group environment.
  • Able to deal with difficult customers as a requirement.



  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Related experience in ice making, janitorial and facilities maintenance.
  • Experience including operating equipment such as ice resurfaces, tractors, or other related equipment of similar size and complexity.
  • Knowledge of basic electrical and plumbing procedures.
  • Good working knowledge of WSIB Regulations, as relates to the work involved.
  • Ability to work independently and to accomplish tasks and assignments.
  • Minimum valid Class G driver’s license.
  • A Police Vulnerable Sector Check will be required


The following are Certifications and Training that are considered to be an asset to this position.

  • ORFA Basic Refrigeration Certification
  • Certified Ice Technician (CIT) with ORFA is preferred or a TSSA Class B Certificate for Refrigeration


The following are Certifications and Training that are required for this position.

  • First Aid training, Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) and WHMIS Certificates
    • Financial support available through Arena to obtain this certification.
  • ORFA Basic Refrigeration Certification (Required for Full Time position or ability to obtain).
    • Financial support available through Arena to obtain this certification.


An equivalent combination of training and experience will be considered.


Summer Positions

No openings at this time.

Volunteer opportunities


Be part of the tradition

Be part of the excitement

Be part of the community

Help protect lives and property


No Previous Experience Necessary

Must Be at Least 18-Years of Age

Fire Department Provides All Training              

Supportive Staff and Mentoring Program

Have a Valid Driver’s License

Remuneration Provided

Training/compensation to get for your DZ License         


Visit our website for details www.centralfrontenac.com/VFFapplication or call 613-279-2935 X359 or email us firerecruitment@centralfrontenac.com

Is firefighting in your future? Become a member of Central Frontenac Fire & Rescue. Applications can be picked up at the Municipal Office (1084 Elizabeth Street, Sharbot Lake) or completed online at www.centralfrontenac.com/VFFapplication


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