City Government



Human Resources Consultant
Permanent Full-time - 35 hours/week
Competition closes on November 26, 2014 at 4:30 pm

Community Peace Officer Level I
Permanent Full-time
Competition closes on November 25, 2014 at 4:30 pm

Guest Services Representative
Permanent Part time - 24 hours/week
Competition closes on November 7, 2014 at 4:30 pm


                                                                     TEMPORARY POSITIONS

Leduc Regional Adult Learning Coordinator
Temporary, Full-time - 35 hours/week
Competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.


Host, Leisure Operations
Competition will remain open until suitable candidates are found.

Competition will remain open until  suitable candidates are found.

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Here's how to apply:

Please submit a cover letter indicating what specific position(s) you are applying for and how your knowledge, skills and experience meet the criteria as outlined in the position posting.  Attach your resume to cover letter and submit both via email, fax, in-person or mail to:

Human Resources
City of Leduc
#1 Alexandra Park
Leduc, Alberta T9E4C4
Fax: 780.980.7127

Employment in Leduc
The City of Leduc has an active seven-member council and an administration with a workforce of over 450 employees in a wide variety of positions. We are committed to the principle of fair and equitable treatment for all employees and recognize our employees are critical to the City of Leduc achieving its mandate to its citizens.

The human resources team administers recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, coordination of the corporate Occupational Health and Safety Program, training and development, employee relations, and other human resource functions.

Administration recognizes that the ability to attract and retain the best of the best has a tremendous impact on the organization's capability to serve its' citizens and meet the challenges of today and tomorrow. It is, therefore, the City of Leduc's policy to hire the best qualified people to fill any position.

Our executive and management strive to make the City of Leduc a safe place to work. The City of Leduc takes every measure to reduce work place illness and injury through Hazard Assessment and Controls, Workplace Audits, and Safe Work Practices.

Training is the key to maintaining our investment in human capital. Technology and information is changing so rapidly in today's world that staff must receive ongoing training in order to maintain the ability to provide services to our residents. Such training gives them the skills necessary to develop new and innovative service levels. As an employer, we provide adaptability and flexibility to grow within our organization.