The Town of Kyle is seeking a permanent full time Administrator with a start date of September 1, 2020
A rewarding career opportunity exists in the Town of Kyle as we invite applications for the position of Administrator. Reporting to the Mayor and Council, the Administrator works collaboratively with Council providing sound advice and ensuring Council policies, bylaws and priorities are implemented. The Administrator will assume all duties reported under the Municipalities Act.
The ideal candidate will have proven management experience in the public sector, preferably in local government. Applications for this position must have a minimum Standard Urban Certificate in Local Government Administration or equivalent education as authorized by UMAAS.
The ideal candidate will have excellent public relations skills, communication, planning, financial and organizational skills, as well as a working knowledge of computers, specifically MuniSoft software, as well as Microsoft Word and Excel.
The Town of Kyle offers a salary within UMAAS guidelines as per experience, with a generous benefit package.
Please forward your resume with a cover letter stating salary expectations by 4:00 pm July 31, 2020 to :
Doug Barker, Mayor Town of Kyle Box 520 Kyle, Sask. S0L 1T0
Fax: 306-375-2534 email: email@example.com
We thank you for our interest in our community, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please be advised to follow directions from Saskatchewan Health Authority on Covid-19. This is a very serious pandemic that needs to be controlled. We need to do our part. Please check on your neighbours if they are elderly or may need assistance.
The Kyle Elks Community Hall will be closed for public events effective immediately. Preplanned events such as the $1000 draw and Drama night will be postponed during this pandemic and more information about the events will be forthcoming.
For more Covid-19 information go to www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus
The community of Kyle hails great success in efforts to raise money to replace the aging roof of their community rink and the ‘good ‘ol hockey game’ will play on there for years to come.
February 1, 2018, marks not only the early return of spring but marks one year since fundraising efforts began for a new roof. It was a topshelf effort and not only did organizers reach their fundraising goals, but they beat them.
“Throughout that initial meeting, the donations rolled in quite easily. We promoted the fundraiser progress on our Facebook page and on a progress board at the rink,” said Crystal Imrie, Director of Recreation for the Town of Kyle.
You can read the entire story at the Prairie Post by following this link:
Kyle organizers through the roof after arriving at its targetted goal