SSCOPE Battles January Blizzard

January 11, 2013 Overnight Snow Left It’s Mark

SSCOPE crews and leaders took on the challenge head on and worked Saturday, Sunday and all day Monday, including overnight work for City of Winnipeg properties on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to clean up the over 120 properties SSCOPE has snow shoveling contracts for.  It was a great effort by over 30 employees and staff at SSCOPE to focus only on serving our customers as quickly as possible.

Our Media News Release about Snow Shoveling work and our Christmas Tree recycling program is available HERE.

SSCOPE has a business and employment growth plan which calls for doubling of our snow shoveling and lawn cutting contracts in the next two years.  This example of how we attempt to serve our customers will be a good example to tell prospective new customers.

The Board of Directors and Executive Director of SSCOPE want to officially thank all the SSCOPE members and staff who “stepped up” and  met the January Blizzard challenge.

Changing Lives!…A Stronger Healthier Community…The SSCOPE Way!

Seasonal Team Leader Recruitment Starting

SSCOPE has starting posting the following job ad hoping to recruit highly motivated individuals to lead our employee members in serving the City of Winnipeg and our private customers for our snow shoveling contracts this winter.

“SSCOPE Inc. a Winnipeg non profit is looking to hire Team Leaders/Driver(s) to transport workers and their snow removal equipment to job sites throughout Winnipeg during the winter season starting November 1 and ending March 31.

Training begins October 15 approximately.  Must be comfortable driving vehicles provided by SSCOPE; the fleet includes a pick-up truck and an SUV.  Valid Class 5 driver’s licence with good driving record required. 

The position is a casual overnight position with shifts usually starting between 10:00 pm and midnight and ending once workers have completed their snow clearing assignments.  Work is heavily dependent on weather as snow removal crews need to be available immediately after a snowfall.   Rate of pay: $12.50 per hr. or higher depending on qualifications.  Bonuses for completion of season and satisfactory work.  May lead to full time or permanent part time positions.  Please email resume and short cover letter by August 31 to  Bob Rempel at bob@sscope.org or fax 415-7900 at SSCOPE. or by mail: SSCOPE Inc. 1466 Arlington St, Winnipeg, MB R2X 1T8 

For more information about SSCOPE visit http://www.sscope.org