Compensation by complexity level according to selected breakdowns in Québec in 2016 – Recreation technician (309)

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Sector Weekly regular work hours Pay scales Annual salary Hourly salary Total compensation1

Minimum Normal Maximum



h $ $/h

All of Québec
Level 1 36,9 32 983 37 322 36 396 19,09 26,97
Level 2 35,0 41 962 54 026 52 336 28,69 43,92
Public sector2
Level 1 35,0 36 351 42 093 40 592 22,23 33,91
Level 2 35,0 42 171 54 151 52 360 28,71 44,17
Private sector
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Private sector, unionized
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Private sector, non-unionized
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Private sector, 200–499 employees
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Private sector, 500 and more employees
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Manufacturing
Level 1 x x x x x x
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1. For more information about the equation, see the chapter called "La méthodologie" in the report Rémunération des salariés. État et évolution comparés, 2016.
2. Comprises the Québec government (Québec civil service and the public education, health and social service networks) and the "other public" sector (municipal government [25 000 or more inhabitants], public enterprises of the three levels of government, universities and federal government employees in Québec)
  
Source: Québec survey on total compensation. 2016 Data collection.
 
February 27, 2017
     

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Summary of responsibilities

The Recreation technician performs a variety of tasks related to the organization, coordination and facilitation of recreational activities; demonstrates creativity in making recreational activities accessible to all potential users and develops safe activities adapted to all types of environments and clientele.

Education requirement

Diploma of College Studies (DEC) in community recreation leadership training or the equivalent recognized by the appropriate authority

Condition of employment

None

Minimum experience generally required by level of complexity

  • Level 1: None
  • Level 2: 3 years
  • Level 3: Not applicable

Examples of job titles

  • Recreation program leader

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To be excluded from this job

  • Sports and recreation supervisor
  • Sports monitor
  • Recreologist jobs requiring a bachelor’s degree