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Company Name:
Trinity Place Foundation of Alberta
Approximate Salary:
Not Specified
Calgary, Alberta
Development and Housing
Position type:
Experience level:
Less than 2 years
Education level:
High School or equivalent

Concierge - Relief

Key responsibilities of the position include: 

  • Establish respectful relationships with building tenants
  • Maintain surveillance over all entrances, including the front entrance and screen all those entering the building.
  • Conduct exterior walk-a-bouts including the parking lot and outside entrance area
  • Ensure that all guests and visitors sign the Guest Book at the Concierge office.
  • Keep a daily log of patrols and in the case of any disturbances, identify the tenant or the suite responsible so that the matter can be followed up by the Building Manager.
  • Liaise with the full-time Concierge staff and Building Manager as necessary to follow-up tenant complaints that relate to tenants complaints and maintenance requests.
  • Notify TPFA maintenance staff, Calgary City Police or health authorities as necessary


Qualifications and Competencies:

  • High school diploma
  • Minimum of two years experience in a similar position or building security
  • Current first aid certificate and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) preferred
  • Fluency in English, additional language skills are an asset
  • Availability to work night shifts
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage conflict and confrontational situations in a respectful manner
  • Willingness to work effectively as part of a team

 Applicants must be legally eligible to work in Canada. An offer of employment is conditional on the candidate’s successful completion of a police security check. 

Applications including cover letter and resume in Word or PDF format can be forwarded to:

[email protected]  

Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone queries please. 



Trinity Place Foundation’s mission is to enrich the lives of low-income seniors in Calgary with innovative programs and services, and with the effective stewardship of the homes we create and manage. Trinity Place Foundation has been a strong member of the Calgary social community since 1974 and has strong working partnerships with a range of community agencies, government and the private sector. An example of this is Trinity’s involvement in the RESOLVE campaign to end homelessness. 

Murdoch Manor, built in 1973 and named after Calgary’s first Mayor George Murdoch, is TPFA’s largest building with 361 units located in the East Village community. 

Trinity Place Foundation provides a comprehensive total compensation package including a salary competitive with similar agencies in the non-profit sector and job training. 

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