Graffiti Removal

The seasonal Graffiti Removal program is a summer employment program run by Take Pride Winnipeg!, with financial assistance from the Urban Green Team program and the City of Winnipeg. The goal of this program is to assist with and augment graffiti removal efforts undertaken by the City of Winnipeg, as well as to provide meaningful employment to Winnipeg youth, teaching them essential job skills such as team work, organizations and time management, while making Winnipeg a more beautiful city.

The Graffiti Removers will tend to graffiti removal jobs throughout the entire city of Winnipeg. Graffiti will be removed from private and public buildings,as well as park benches, bridges, and various other structures. Detailed training will be provided in all graffiti removal techniques employed. The seasonal Graffiti Removers will also assist Take Pride Winnipeg! staff in various duties with the other programs, such as Brush Up Winnipeg, Green Wave and Team-Up to Clean Up.

The program will run from May 8, 2017 to August 18, 2017. Hours are Monday to Friday, 7:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. or assigned by the supervisor. CSA steel toed boots are mandatory and will be reimbursed, up to $100 by Take Pride Winnipeg! Wage is $15.00 per hour. The deadline to apply for this position is April 1, 2017. 

Duties and Responsibilities

-   Remove Graffiti using various methods from buildings and other structures

-   Assist City of Winnipeg staff with various duties

-   Assist Take Pride Winnipeg! with various duties

Requirements

-   17-29 years old

-   Winnipeg resident

-   Valid, permanent Manitoba driver license

-   Returning to school in the fall

-   A team player

-   A positive and mature attitude

-   Manual labor experience an asset but not required

How to Apply:

E-mail resume with cover letter to: Tanya Blatz, Youth Programs Coordinator:  tanya@takepride.mb.ca

For more information on the Urban Green Team Program, please visit the Manitoba Government website. Please note that Take Pride Winnipeg! does not run the provincial Urban Green Team Program.