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SUMMER STUDENT MAINTENANCE OPPORTUNITY IN
THE TOWN OF CUPAR

We are seeking a dependable, self-motivated individual to join our maintenance team full time in Cupar, SK during the summer of 2018.

The Town of Cupar requires an individual with skills that may be utilized in various locations within the town for the purpose of maintaining the buildings, the infrastructure, and the aesthetics of the town.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Grass and tree trimming and resident pick up
  • Sports ground maintenance
  • General maintenance

We ask that you list your education, certificates, and employment references with your application.

REPLY TO:
Wanda McLeod
Administrator
Box 397
Cupar, Saskatchewan
S0G 0Y0              OR              townofcupar1@sasktel.net
Ph – (306)723-4324         Fax – (306)723-4644      
By May 10th, 2018 @ 4:00 pm.
Only those considered for the position will be contacted.


TRANSFER SITE ATTENDANT
for
THE TOWN OF CUPAR

We are seeking a dependable, self-motivated individual
to work at the transfer site.

We require someone who:

    • Has Driver’s License
    • Will follow bylaws and regulations of the transfer site without faltering
    • Can collect fees, document patrons and provide money and patrons list to the Town Office on a weekly basis
    • Will cut leaf/grass bags if necessary as well as preform other duties as required.

Please submit your resume by May 10, 2018 addressed to:

Administrator, Wanda McLeod
PO Box 397,
Cupar, SK, S0G 0Y0
or
in person at 116 Stanley Street, Cupar.
You may also fax your resume to (306) 723-4644.

Please clearly mark application Transfer Site Attendant

Only those considered for the position will be contacted.



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The Town of Cupar, with a population of approximately 625 is located on Highway #22,
just 75 km (40 minutes) northeast of the capital city of Regina and 45 km (20 minutes) from the scenic Qu'Appelle Valley and it's Calling Lakes.  Cupar is settled on the flat plains of Saskatchewan's best grain growing area and has served as a centre for the high, fertile farmland in the province.
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Historically, Cupar became a village in 1905 and received its name from Canadian Pacific Railroad officials for the Town of Cupar in Fifeshire, Scotland.

The first residents were mainly of Irish, English and Scottish descent. Today we find our cultures richly melded with many ancestries. Copies of the Cupar Herald for the years 1914 and 1915 are online through

www.saskarchives.com

Early Cupar
Cemetery

The Saskatchewan Cemetery Project

Have a look at the list of family members, friends and Cupar's pioneers who are interred at the cemetery.

Please note that the Map of the Cemetary is not complete or accurate.
It is an ongoing project.

Do not use the map as a reference.

Cupar's beautiful tree-lined streets are paved and curbed. The many businesses provide a wide variety of services. The different organizations are active and committed.

Cupar's modern educational and recreational facilities are second to none. Our health centre,
ambulance services and fire department are well equipped and have fully trained personnel.

Cupar is a place where people care about one another and cherish a safe environment.
The town takes pride in the fact that Cupar is a beautiful, friendly, affordable, family oriented community.

The Town of Cupar would like to share its lifestyle fortunes, and invite you to take a good look at the opportunities CUPAR has to offer.

Street View
Have a look at Cupar, as it is today, in Google Street View

Click here to watch videos of our town and its history.


 




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