Director of Development & Property


DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT & PROPERTY

County of Renfrew, an Upper Tier Municipal Government, is searching for a dynamic individual to develop strategic plans for the department including its five main divisions – Economic Development/Entrepreneurship, Land Use Planning, Forestry, the Ottawa Valley Tourist Association and Property/Real Estate.

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Director of Development and Property is responsible for the management and administration of functions related to development and property issues within the Corporation.  Areas of economic development, tourism, land use planning, Geographic Information System (GIS), forestry, trails, and property fall within this description.  The position has the responsibility for the municipal liaison to the Algonquins of Ontario comprehensive land claim being negotiated in the Ottawa River watershed (Ontario). The Director also leads the capital and operational (building maintenance) function of the Renfrew County Housing Corporation.

Responsibilities:

  • Promote the County’s Mission and Values.
  • Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with staff, administration, Council, and the public.
  • Prepare/present recommendations to the Development and Property Committee and County Council concerning administrative and operational issues.
  • Responsible for the design and management of the department’s five main divisions.

Qualifications:

  • University degree with a focus on finance, administration, economics or land use planning.
  • Seven to eight years management experience in the private/public sector.
  • Education in municipal government, particularly AMCTO training would be an asset
  • Knowledge of core Economic Development (including Tourism and Marketing) and Land Use Planning principles, Forestry Act, Weed Act, and Provincial Policy statements.
  • An understanding and background of the Algonquins of Ontario Comprehensive Land Claim.
  • Contract administration is essential, including a general understanding of procurement principles.
  • Strong management, analytical and interpersonal skills, with a propensity for “out of the box” thinking
  • Excellent networking and interpersonal skills to interact with senior government officials, management staff, and members of the public.
  • Computer literacy required.
  • Bilingualism (English/French), an asset.

Compensation: $134,134 – $153,070 per annum, plus comprehensive benefits package.

Please send your resume, stating Competition #22-128 by 4:00 p.m., July 18, 2022 to:

Human Resources, County of Renfrew
9 International Drive, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W5
EMAIL: hrinfo@countyofrenfrew.on.ca
(in MS Word or pdf format)

Thank you for your interest, however, only applicants considered for an interview will be contacted. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the selection process. Applicants must make their needs known in advance.
Information collected will be handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Financial Analyst

The Financial Analyst is an integral part of our collaborative Financial Services Team! We are seeking a driven individual who thrives in a culture of change, innovation and progress. Tay team members are forward thinking collaborators who are driven to innovate and modernize local government. We are looking for adaptability to our growing and evolving Municipality and enthusiasm for making a positive impact on the Corporation and our Community as one.

Tay Township is located on the sunset shores of Georgian Bay. Our communities of Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll, Waubaushene and Waverley combine the perfect balance of urban and rural households. Tay Township is a four-season destination offering inclusive cultural and recreational activities for all ages.

Reporting to the Treasurer, or their designate, the Financial Analyst assists the Leadership Team with financial and analytical reporting, costing/scenario modeling for budget purposes and other financial analysis. Responsible for ensuring Asset Management, including Tangible Capital Asset Accounting and Asset Management Planning, are completed in accordance with legislative requirements, Council policy and industry best practices. Provides assistance to the Treasurer and the Township for the development and operation of the Township’s budget, financial reporting and procedures.

The position requires the completion of post-secondary education from an accredited educational institution in Accounting, Business Administration, Commerce, Finance or other relevant discipline, and 3 to 5 years of related, progressive work experience. Preference may be given to those with experience in a municipal or public sector environment, but public sector experience is not a requirement.

The salary range for this full-time, permanent position is $36.72 to $42.96 per hour with a 35-hour work week. Some overtime is required, including attendance at evening meetings. We also offer a comprehensive pension and benefit package (conditions may apply).


 

Join our team today and help transform the way local government
connects with the community it serves.

Qualified and interested applicants are encouraged to do the following:

  1. Reference the complete position description available on the Tay Township website – tay.ca/jobs
  2. Submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Human Resources
E-mail: HR@Tay.ca
Note: Please reference ‘Financial Analyst’ at the beginning of the subject line.

We thank all applicants who apply, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, will only be used for candidate selection. The Township of Tay is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessible Canada Act, 2019 and all applicable provincial accessibility standards, upon request, accommodation will be provided by the Township of Tay throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process for applicants with disabilities.

 

Communications, Advertising and Marketing Officer

Communications, Advertising and Marketing Officer

Corporate Services, City of Kawartha Lakes

The City of Kawartha Lakes is located on the Trent Severn Waterway in central Ontario, and offers a unique mix of urban, rural and waterfront living to its growing population of 75,000. The City is a progressive, forward-thinking community with a positive business environment and a thriving artistic community. Recognized as a prime tourist area for its year-round leisure opportunities, Kawartha Lakes is rich in culture and heritage, a strong agricultural community, and abundant in all the amenities being sought by residents and visitors alike.

The Corporate Services department is seeking a permanent full time Communications, Advertising and Marketing Officer to join our dynamic team.

Essential Duties of Position

  • Consult with City departments to determine needs and objectives for projects and then develop communications and marketing plans to achieve desired results. Plans would include objectives, audience, chosen tactics, project timelines, budget and measurement
  • Work collaboratively within the Communications, Advertising and Marketing Division (CAM) to ensure all communications content is timely, consistent with key messaging and in compliance with all related policies and directives
  • Develop and deliver training across departments with respect to the use of the CMS system and social media use
  • Manage the existing communications process and develop measures to evaluate the success of the process
  • Assist in the development of new communications tools to inform Council, staff and other audiences
  • Monitor the quality and quantity of public engagement across the City and assist with enhancements through online and offline tools
  • Actively monitor media activity (traditional and social media) and create reports to evaluate results
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Marketing and Advertising Project Management

  • Execute marketing plans for departments to the extent required, including communications, booking advertising, fulfilling printing and distribution, issuing media releases etc.
  • Develop plans to complement the corporate communications program to ensure City residents are provided with timely and program specific information reaching the appropriate audience using the most cost-effective and efficient platforms
  • Manage the City’s centralized weekly advertising program by guiding departments through the process of writing, formatting, print-proofing, approvals and invoicing
  • Proactively evaluating communication, advertising and marketing initiatives and recommending enhancements to programs where required

Website Content Management

  • Manage the daily content requirements of the website including researching, writing and uploading final content to the CMS system
  • Responsible to review, edit and approve website content submitted from a variety of sources across the municipality to ensure quality and consistency
  • Develop online content and assist with the selection of images, videos and other content as appropriate to support desired messaging
  • Take responsibility to troubleshoot and resolve issues with the website including errors, omissions or technical difficulties by working with the vendor

Requirements and Qualifications

  • Post-secondary diploma in public relations, advertising and/or marketing
  • Minimum 5 years of related progressive experience preferred, in a municipal environment, public relations or advertising agency
  • Demonstrated initiative, creativity, and strategic thinking
  • Excellent written communication skills with the ability to filter and consolidate information from various sources to achieve a consistent voice
  • Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy
  • Proficiency in writing press releases, reports, presentations and marketing plans
  • Experience working with all marketing channels, online and offline
  • Demonstrated professional and ethical responsibility to protect privacy, use confidential information appropriately, treat sensitive situations with appropriate degree of tact and discretion
  • Demonstrated customer-service and interpersonal skills at a level to develop and maintain collaborative working relationships both within and outside the municipality including members of the media
  • Excellent time-management skills with the ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines, and the ability to deal with multiple demands
  • Excellent organizational and administrative skills with the ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative consistently with commitment to quality improvement, sharing process improvement initiatives with management
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and abide by municipal policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, social media scheduling software and website CMS systems
  • Working knowledge of video editing an asset
  • Occasional travel to various work locations is required to fulfill the job duties of the position
  • Upon a conditional offer of employment, a Criminal Record Check will be required

Applicants must be prepared for skills testing.

Annual Salary: $29.97 – $32.96 hourly (2022)

Interested applicants are encouraged review the full job posting on our website and to apply on or before July 10, 2022 through the Careers page on the City of Kawartha Lakes website: KawarthaLakes.ca.

We will accommodate the needs of applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise Human Resources to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process.

Manager of Human Resources and Organizational Development

THE CORPORATION OF THE COUNTY OF PRINCE EDWARD
JOB OPPORTUNITY
CORPORATE AND LEGISLATIVE SERVICES
MANAGER OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FILE #: 2022-73


Are you an energetic and motivated human resources professional? Do you enjoy building effective relationships and championing corporate culture? The County is looking to fill the position of Manager of Human Resources and Organizational Development.

Reporting to the Director of Corporate and Legislative Services, the Manager of Human Resources and Organizational Development is responsible for the management of the Human Resources Department for Prince Edward County. This position oversees all human resources planning, including but not limited to: recruitment, labour and employee relations, health, safety and wellness, compensation and benefits administration, performance management, corporate human resources policies and procedures, and interpretation and delivery of legislative requirements. This position also manages all aspects of the organizational development function and oversees the development of training programs and helps to facilitate corporate change management initiatives. This includes developing programs to build human capital and a strong corporate culture, supporting continuous learning among staff and management, as well as the development and implementation of performance measurements to gauge the success of programs and areas for improvement.

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education in Human Resources Management, Labour Relations, Industrial Relations, Business Administration, or a related field.
  • Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP), or Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) designation is preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years of related work experience within a unionized environment, preferably in a municipality.
  • Working knowledge of legislation relevant to the position, including the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Employment Standards Act, the Ontario Labour Relations Act, the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Pay Equity Act and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act.
  • Ability to influence others, resolve conflict and play a leadership role in change initiatives by exercising tact, diplomacy and respect for others.
  • Thorough understanding of and the ability to interpret applicable collective agreements and/or various legislation.
  • Political acuity and the ability to understand what issues and decisions may cause negative community or corporate impacts and how to mitigate those risks.
  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion in dealing with sensitive and confidential matters.
  • Demonstrated leadership and coaching skills with the ability to work in a consultative manner with management, staff and external stakeholders.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, customer service and presentation skills.
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multitask in an environment with multiple priorities.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Ability to work in on-line payroll and HR applications (Human Resources Information Systems).
  • Valid class G driver’s license and ability to travel to and from various work locations.

The current annual salary range for this position is $90,119 to $126,188 as per the Non-Union By-Law. Compensation also includes a competitive benefit package and membership in OMERS. Please submit your application prior to 4:00pm on July 11, 2022 to careers@pecounty.on.ca.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer and support applicants with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request throughout the recruitment process. Please email your request or call (613) 476-2148 ext. 1042.

The personal information being collected will be used in accordance with The Municipal Act and The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and shall only be used in the selection of a suitable candidate.

Administrative Coordinator

Administrative Coordinator

The Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library is a community-focused, single branch Library serving a diverse population of 35,500. The community includes both urban and rural areas with much of the population centered in the town of Bradford, which is located on the fringe of the GTA and adjacent to the Holland Marsh. Easily accessible from Highways 400, 27 and 11, Bradford is a growing community, reflected in the increasing demand for library services.

The Library has an opening for a full-time Administrative Coordinator. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Library is seeking a candidate who is responsible for providing administrative support to the CEO in a variety of areas such as records management, financial reconciliation, human resources and maintaining bookings. Candidates applying for the Administrative Coordinator will be someone who:

  • Has strong records management/records maintenance skills
  • Demonstrates an ability to work independently and part of many teams
  • Exhibits an ability to maintain and prioritize inventories, reconcile accounts, and work with official records and minutes
  • Is experienced with room bookings
  • Is experienced working with governance structures
  • Is a progressive and creative problem-solver
  • Demonstrates experience working with data, spreadsheets, and GL Coding
  • Has a dedication to providing excellent customer service to staff, community, and stakeholders
  • Will support mission, vision and values of Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
  • Will comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations, and the Corporate Health & Safety Policy and related procedures
  • Promotes a culture of inclusiveness and work with a diverse population of employees and the general public.

This position is anticipated to start September 6, 2022. Shifts and hours will vary, and may include evenings and weekends. This position offers a salary range of $51,068 to $63,835 (2022 rates) based on a 35 hours per week plus a competitive benefit package including OMERS pension plan.

Qualifications:

  • Forma academic training in a community college business/office administration program, or related discipline
  • Two (2) to three (3) years of progressive experience in a public sector setting and/or administrative role
  • Ability to prioritize, multi-task and work under pressure to meet deadlines and exercise discretion and judgement when handling confidential information
  • Exceptional customer service and organizational skills
  • Experience with HR practices, Financial Acumen and Records Management considered an asset
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to foster cooperative working relationships and maintaining diplomacy and integrity

Interested candidates are invited to forward their resume and cover letter by 4pm on Friday July 15th at 4:00pm to:

Matthew Corbett, Chief Executive Officer
Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
425 Holland St. W
careers@bradford.library.on.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, and only be used for candidate selection.
The Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library requires candidates to provide proof confirming receipt of the full series of a Covid-19 vaccine as a condition of hire in accordance with the Town’s mandatory vaccination policy.
The Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library is committed to equity in employment. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. All candidates must be able to promote a culture of inclusiveness and work with a diverse population of employees and the general public. We encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, persons with disabilities, and those who identify as 2SLGBTQ+.
The Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library is committed to providing accommodations based on any human rights protected ground throughout the recruitment and selection process. If you require accommodation, please notify us when contacted for an interview and we will work with you to meet your needs.

 


POSITION DESCRIPTION
Position Title:           Administrative Coordinator
Position No.:             LIB-06
Department:             Library
Reports To:                Chief Executive Officer
Date:                             April 12, 2018

POSITION SUMMARY

The Administrative Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of administrative coordination and support; preparation of reports and correspondence including confidential information; liaising with others on behalf of the CEO; attending and recording minutes of meetings as required and tracking/follow up on actions and decisions; coordination/tracking of departmental and human resource policies and procedure manuals including department training plans; conducting research/analysis for the CEO’s consideration; responding to inquiries and complaints with referral/follow up with staff as required; processing of all accounts payable for the Library’s operating and capital accounts; assistance with the preparation of the annual capital and operating budget; and monthly monitoring/tracking of all Library expenditures and revenues.

This position includes acting as the recording secretary during Library Board meetings, and providing administrative support to the Friends of the Library as required.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Administration

  • As directed by the Library CEO, provides confidential administrative support to the CEO and staff of the BWG Public Library including correspondence, coordinating/scheduling meetings, recording minutes of meetings as required.
  • Provides confidential administrative support to management staff as required.
  • Prepares confidential correspondence/reports/minutes in relation to personnel matters.
  • Records maintenance in accordance with the prescribed records system including the organization and disposal of files.
  • Under the direction of the CEO, responsible for all aspects of Library Board meeting preparations. Conducts research, prepares agendas, minutes and motions, and tracks and follows up on action items from meetings.
  • Acts as the recording secretary for Library Board meetings which requires mandatory attendance at all meetings.
  • Maintains Library Board files and documents.
  • Coordinates the development and update of department and human resource policies and procedure manuals, including training plans.
  • Answers public inquiries via telephone, routing calls to appropriate individuals.
  • Responsible for set up, troubleshooting, maintenance and staff training of all Library equipment including phone, photocopiers, coin operated machines and security equipment.
  • As directed by the CEO, compiles records to assist with budget preparation and business planning.
  • Assists with compiling information to assist the CEO in submitting grant applications.
  • Organizes travel arrangements, educational registration, catering for Library staff and events.
  • Maintains calendar of appointments for the CEO and staff including scheduling meetings, booking meeting rooms, compiling material for meetings and making special meeting arrangements as directed.
  • Prepares package for new hires including employee change record form, tax forms, pension and benefits enrolment forms.
  • Maintains confidentiality under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and other related and applicable legislation;
  • Supports mission, vision and values of Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library;
  • Complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations, and the Corporate Health & Safety Policy and related procedures.

Financial

  • Responsible for verification (review of invoices for accuracy with respect to goods and services) and preparation of accounts payable invoices for processing by coding invoices and matching purchase orders with purchase requisitions. Ensures invoices are forwarded to Finance in a timely manner.
  • Reconciles credit card invoices for Library staff from monthly credit card statements by recording GL information on submission forms.
  • Records incoming invoices and expenses on Excel spreadsheet and photocopies invoices to ensure the same are allocated to the proper accounts.
  • Prepares accounts receivable invoices for all interlibrary loan materials not returned.
  • Reviews month end reports to reconcile all information, balance accounts, and send changes to Finance.
  • Records all donations received by the Library and issues receipts as required.
  • Solely responsible for deposit preparation and weekly transport of monies collected to the Bank for deposit, including monies collected on the Town’s behalf.
  • Balances petty cash for the Library, Friends of the Library, photocopier revenue and information from Interac machine on a weekly basis, maintaining corresponding paperwork.
  • Responsible for the reconciliation of daily receipts and monies received from Borrower Services, dealing with any discrepancies, creates deposits for sign-off and deposit at the Bank.
  • As directed by the CEO, assists with budget process, gathers financial data for review including annual service agreements and yearly maintenance contracts to monitor yearly price increases; uses  established formula to develop book and materials budget; projects salary needs based on market adjustment and step increase.
  • Provides reports and assistance for the annual Library audit.
  • Prepares financial reports for Library Board, Collection Development Team and Friends of the Library.
  • Assists with maintenance of financial records for the Friends of the Library, including preparation of cheques as required.

Purchasing

  • As directed by the CEO, requests verbal and written quotes and summarizes submissions by verifying purchase agreements, terms, price and scheduling with vendors.
  • Tracks and records contract maintenance with existing vendors.
  • Reviews vendor billing in comparison with established agreements to assist in resolving invoice discrepancies.
  • Follows up with vendors if inventory is damaged.
  • Maintains department purchase order inventory, purchase maintenance agreements and accounts payable records.
  • Orders all office supplies, including specialty items, for staff, the Library Board and Friends of the Library as needed in order to maintain supplies available at all times.

Facilities Booking

  • Acts as point of contact for room bookings for Library, Town and the public.
  • Responds to public inquiries regarding room bookings as per Library policy.
  • Prepares invoices for room rentals, receives payments, security deposits and room cleaning deposits and deposits into proper general ledger accounts.
  • Coordinates, verifies and updates room bookings binder on a weekly basis.
  • Maintains and disposes of cleaning deposit cheques as required.
  • Liaises with Manager, Facilities and staff regarding room set up and equipment use.
  • Is available for room viewings to the public as required.

Facilities Maintenance

  • As directed by the CEO and/or in collaboration with the Manager, Facilities, maintains all service contracts, ensuring work is completed as contracted.
  • Develops and maintains master list of contractors and services required on an annual/monthly
    basis as required.
  • Schedules both planned and emergency service and provides building access as required.
  • Obtains quotes for services from vendors and contractors.
  • Directs Facilities staff and contractors to undertake minor repairs and improvements.
  • Liaises with Leisure Services staff to coordinate access to the building by trades performing required and routine building maintenance.
  • Maintains and prioritizes an inventory of identified building maintenance issues and improvements
    in consultation with the CEO.

POSITIONS SUPERVISED DIRECTLY

Indirect supervision of part-time Facility Operator, external contractors

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Formal academic training in a community college business/office administration program or related discipline.
  • Two (2) to three (3) years of progressive experience in a public sector setting and/or administrative role.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to interact effectively and courteously with all levels of staff and contacts in a political and community/client service environment.
  • Ability to prioritize, multi-task and work under pressure to meet deadlines and exercise discretion and judgement when handling confidential information.
  • Problem-solving, leadership and conflict resolution skills requiring a high level of tact, diplomacy and sensitivity.
  • High degree of computer literacy. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, spreadsheets, presentations, email, internet and databases.
  • Experience with automated accounting software for general ledger applications.
  • Valid Class ‘G’ Driver’s license and reliable vehicle to use on corporate business.
  • Ability to work days, evenings and weekends as required.

Clerk II, Inspections & Compliance (3 Positions)

Clerk II, Inspections & Compliance
Job Number: 43655

Join the Development Approvals and Inspections Section as an Inspections and Compliance Clerk II! Reporting to the Inspections and Compliance Program Manager, you will provide dedicated administrative support to management, professional, and technical teams across the unit – including Development Compliance, Development Permit and Inspections, Landscaping, and Lot Grading business areas. This role is responsible for a variety of operations and logistics support that is critical to the effective functioning of inspections and compliance teams – including the intake, prioritization, scheduling, and deployment of inspections and enforcement resources, preparation of regulatory documentation, maintenance of critical operating procedures, and acting as the first point of contact to all internal and external inquiries and complaints to the Unit.

Your success will be measured by your ability to achieve results in a respectful, inclusive and service-minded way. With a focus on the City of Edmonton’s Cultural Commitments to Safe, Helpful, Accountable, Integrated and Excellent, you will:

  • Intake bylaw complaints, and prioritize and schedule inspections and compliance resources – including generating and distributing efficient inspection routes to inspectors
  • Compile and maintain inspections and compliance data from officers and their files, including generating performance reporting and updating job entries and citizen correspondence in POSSE and/or CRM and other enterprise systems used for organizing the unit’s inspections and compliance workflow
  • Act as the first point of contact and provide excellent customer experience for internal and external inquiries – including arranging for collection and collation of witness statements, writing and distributing correspondence to the public, and tracking and organizing Council communications
  • Order and coordinate technology, operational equipment, and personal protective equipment required by inspectors and technical and support staff
  • Schedule meetings, book rooms, create agendas, take minutes and keep the team on track with their identified work priorities
  • Administer and continuously improve the Unit’s physical and electronic filing and records management systems, ensuring document management, retention, disposition, and distribution adheres to FOIP and corporate records management protocols
  • Draft, format, and proofread documents for signatures or approvals, including letters, warnings, violation orders, memos, Council reports, and their attachments
  • Coordinate with a group of Clerks across the Section and Branch to improve and streamline administrative and customer service approaches and processes
  • Support recruitment, including corresponding with candidates to schedule interviews, compiling recruitment packages for hiring panels, and preparing interview rooms and assessments
  • Lead the regular refresh of the Unit’s training materials, standard operating procedures, web content, and 311 scripts
  • Perform other related duties as required

Qualifications:

  • Completion of Grade 12, including business subjects or completion of an appropriate certificate program from an approved business school or college
  • 2 years of progressively responsible and diverse administrative support or clerical experience, including experience in a large organization or the public sector
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively schedule appointments, inspections, meetings, and so forth
  • Strong customer service and conflict resolution skills, including successfully acting as the first point of contact in a high-volume customer service environment
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare and format regulatory, statutory, and confidential documents
  • Intermediate to advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel/Google Sheets, Microsoft Powerpoint/Google Slides, Enterprise systems such as POSSE, Adobe Acrobat Professional
  • Proficiency with enterprise systems including but not limited to CORES, SPIN, SAP, DRAINS, Pictometry and SLIM
  • Strong analytical thinking and attention to detail
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills with a demonstrated ability to prioritize high volumes of competing work
  • Knowledge and understanding of public sector government processes including legislation and bylaws governing the business activities of the area such as the City of Edmonton’s Zoning Bylaw, the Drainage Bylaw, and the Municipal Government Act
  • Able to demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness, and proactive identification of continuous improvement opportunities
  • Demonstrated ability to build positive relationships and strong partnerships with team members and customers, and the desire to work functionally in a team environment
  • Responsible and diligent in processing and maintaining all records, ensuring that formats, policies, and procedures are adhered to and standards are maintained
  • Able to handle confidential and sensitive information according to the FOIP Act and corporate guidelines with professionalism
  • Hire is dependent upon a Police Information Check satisfactory to the City of Edmonton

The City of Edmonton is committed to inclusive, respectful and equitable workplaces that represent the communities we serve. We continuously improve our systems, policies and practices to remove barriers and ensure our employees, in all their diversity, can succeed. We value applicants with a diverse range of skills, experiences and competencies, and encourage you to apply. To learn more, see the Art of Inclusion: Our Diversity and Inclusion Framework here: https://bit.ly/3hd2d95.

The City of Edmonton strives to provide reasonable access and accommodations throughout the application and selection process. If you would like to request an accommodation at any stage of the process, please contact Employment@edmonton.ca

COVID-19 Notice: The City of Edmonton has implemented a COVID-19 Vaccination Policy. Employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination. Employees who cannot be fully vaccinated on the basis of a protected legal ground (e.g. medical, religious) may request an exemption. Please note that this policy applies to all employees, including new hires, and volunteers. If your application is successful, you will be asked to provide proof of vaccination or request an exemption.

For more information, please refer to our COVID-19 Vaccination Policy (bit.ly/3lKwb6j) and COVID-19 Vaccination Procedure (bit.ly/39BICMt).

Up to 3 permanent full-time positions

Hours of Work: 33.75 per week. The weekly hours of work for this position are currently under review and may change at a future time. Any changes will be made in accordance with the City of Edmonton/Civic Service Union 52 collective agreement and the incumbent will be notified in advance

Salary: $23.664 – 29.385 (Hourly); $41,690.050 – $51,769.020 (Annually)

Talent Acquisition Consultant: HJM/JB

Classification Title: Word/Data Processing Clerk II
Posting Date: Jun 21, 2022
Closing Date: Jul 5, 2022 11:59:00 PM (MDT)
Number of Openings (up to): 3 – Permanent Full-time
Union: CSU 52
Department: Development Services
Work Location(s): 5th Floor Edmonton Tower, 10111 104 Avenue Edmonton T5J 0J4

Visit www.edmonton.ca/careers for information on how to apply

Team Lead, Enterprise Technology Procurement & Contract Administration

Team Lead, Enterprise Technology Procurement & Contract Administration

Job ID: 28648
Job Category: Finance, Accounting & Purchasing
Division & Section: Technology Services, Office of the Chief Technology Officer
Work Location: METRO HALL, 55 John Street (Hybrid Work Model)
Job Type & Duration: Full-time
Salary: $112,075.60-$131,677.00,TM5208 and Wage Grade 8
Shift Information: Monday to Friday, 35 Hours Per Week
Affiliation: Non-Union
Number of Positions Open: 1
Posting Period: 22-JUN-2022 to 19-JUL-2022

We are looking for an experienced IT procurement professional to lead our Enterprise Technology Procurement & Contract Administration team that contractually enables the Technology Services Division at the City of Toronto.

In this permanent, full-time role, you will report to the Manager of Finance & Enterprise Technology Contract Management, and provide strategic oversight and management, while coordinating the administration of all City-wide technology-related competitive and non-competitive procurements and legal agreements with the client divisions, the Purchasing and Materials Management Division (PMMD), the Legal Services Division and the vendor, to ensure they adhere to City policies and by-laws.

We will rely on your ability to ensure cost-effective delivery of centralized, enterprise-wide technology procurement and contract administration services. As a Team Lead, Enterprise Technology Procurement & Contract Administration, you will develop and manage an inventory of contracts, provide technology-related procurement and contract administration expertise to City divisions, and ensure effective strategies to mitigate financial and legal risks to the City of Toronto.

What will you do?

  • Develop and implement detailed plans and recommend policies/procedures regarding program-specific requirements.
  • Supervise, motivate and train assigned staff, ensuring effective teamwork, high standards of work quality and organizational performance, and continuous learning and encouraging innovation in others. Provide leadership to a team of professional and support staff, setting high standards of communication, co-operation and team building.
  • Manage the day-to-day operation of all assigned staff, including the scheduling, assigning and reviewing of work. Authorize and coordinate vacation and overtime requests. Monitor and evaluate staff performance, approve salary increments, hear grievances and recommend disciplinary action when necessary.
  • Provide input into, and administer, assigned budget, ensuring that expenditures are controlled and maintained within approved budget limitations. Provide input to the annual Operating and Capital budget preparations, as required, related to the financial impact of new contract awards, pricing escalations, etc.
  • Lead the coordination and preparation of the City-wide annual Technology Procurement Plan submission to PMMD. Manage the coordination and delivery of the City-wide annual technology procurement plans and contracts, working with various internal and external stakeholders and PMMD.
  • Oversee the development and maintenance of the Division’s Procurement & Contract Administration Framework, including procurement and contract management planning, tracking and reporting tools. Identify gaps and risks with current processes, and make recommendations to centralize and improve consistency in procurement of technology goods to mitigate risk.
  • Work with management staff in City divisions, and solicitors from Legal Services, to prepare requirements for all City-wide call documents such as requests for proposals (RFP), requests for quotations (RFQ), requests for supplier qualifications (RFSQ), Invitational Calls, Non-competitive Procurement, etc., for technology-related products and services before they are sent to PMMD for issuance. Provide technical expertise, reviewing and analyzing requirements, identifying deficiencies and communicating them to address technology and legal issues.
  • Oversee the administration of divisional level technology procurement processes, including Low Value Quotations (LVQs), Divisional Purchase Orders (DPOs), Non-competitive Procurement, etc.
  • Lead and/or provide support with the evaluation of responses and review final recommendations prior to their submission to PMMD. Maintain consistency by ensuring that all the required legal terms and conditions, appropriate agreements, and the City’s infrastructure standards are included in the document.
  • Negotiate, and lead the administration of, all City-wide technology-related contracts and agreements for contracted products and services with vendors. Consult with Legal Services to mitigate risk to the City.
  • Negotiate with, and persuade, management, clients, and various stakeholders, often with competing and conflicting goals, objectives and priorities. Work to understand client requirements, vendor terms, and City objectives in order to reach an optimal agreement, managing risk to the City and ensuring compliance with procurement framework and policies.
  • Provide expertise in technology procurement and contract administration, working closely with PMMD’s Strategic Sourcing & Category Management Team to align objectives and achieve efficiencies.
  • Oversee vendor performance, ensuring work is being carried out in accordance with the specified terms and conditions. Deal with non-compliance and performance issues with vendors.
  • Design and deliver effective strategies to anticipate and address emerging business needs and changes in corporate policies and procedures while maintaining a high level of customer service, fiscal accountability, innovation, teamwork and results.
  • Design and recommend processes and procedures related to internal controls and divisional/corporate change initiatives.
  • Manage the coordination and execution of various contract administration-related functions and processes, including contract/PO spend and usage analysis, Purchase Order Amendments (POAs), etc. Ensure that the necessary accountability and controls are in place to meet Council objectives regarding contract administration and procurement of technology goods and services.
  • Establish, monitor, and report on divisional procurement and contract administration key performance indicators (KPIs).
  • Prepare reports for Committees and Council on technology contracts. Monitor the performance of vendors by obtaining status updates from clients.
  • Manage the reporting of contract expenditures and liaise with divisional managers regarding the forecasting of target values and contract adjustments.
  • Review documentation such as proposals, communications, reports, and legal agreements, and provide feedback to ensure adherence to procedures, RFP document and responses, and ensure that information is clear and fair to mitigate risk to the City. Liaise with Legal Services, Internal Audit Services, Risk Management, and Corporate Finance.
  • Ensure that the Division complies with City and provincial purchasing regulations and requirements, e.g. Health and Safety, Fair Wage, Municipal Code Chapters 195 and 71, etc. Provide leadership and guidance on processes related to technology procurement life cycle of contracted services across the City to ensure that the administration and delivery of the services meet client needs and adhere to approved procedures.
  • Develop and implement procedures regarding RFP/RFQ life cycle management and provide training to staff.
  • Maintain current knowledge of technology trends and internal technology standards.

What do you bring to the role?

  1. Post-secondary education in a professional discipline pertinent to the job functions (e.g. Supply Chain Management, Public Administration, Business Administration, etc.) and relevant management experience, or an equivalent combination of education and/or relevant experience. CSCP, SCMP designation is an asset.
  2. Extensive experience leading technology procurements and related operations in a large-scale public or private sector organization, including the preparation of Requests for Proposals, Requests for Supplier Qualifications, Requests for Quotations, Vendor Agreements and Statements of Work.
  3. Experience negotiating large, complex technology sourcing contracts and managing legal and contractual obligations.
  4. Experience in leading, supervising, training and motivating staff in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment with competing priorities, enabling a high-performing and diverse team, through inclusion and continuous improvement.
  5. Ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion in dealing with sensitive and confidential matters, managing competing deadlines with multiple tasks/projects.
  6. Highly developed communication skills, both orally and in writing, including the ability to prepare reports, correspondence, presentation material and Council reports, as well as the ability to confidently deliver presentations, and facilitate workshops with an outcomes-based focus.
  7. Highly developed interpersonal, conflict resolution and problem-solving skills, with the ability to build relationships with staff at all levels of the organization, internal partners and suppliers.
  8. Effective analytical and decision-making skills, demonstrating innovation, fiscal accountability, and results-based and customer-oriented leadership.
  9. Knowledge of the theories, principles, practices and procedures related to purchasing.
  10. Familiarity with Ontario Statutes, including Occupational Health and Safety Act, employment standards, labour and human rights, and other applicable government legislation.
  11. Ability to support the Toronto Public Service values to ensure a culture that champions equity, diversity and respectful workplaces.

NOTE: All City of Toronto employees are required to be fully vaccinated as a condition of hire in accordance with the City’s Mandatory Vaccination Policyhttps://www.toronto.ca/city-government/accountability-operations-customer-service/city-administration/corporate-policies/people-equity-policies/covid-19-mandatory-vaccination-policy/ >. Candidates will be required to show proof of vaccination during the recruitment process.

How to Apply:

For more information on this and other opportunities with the City of Toronto, visit us online at https://jobs.toronto.ca/jobsatcity/. To apply online, submit your resume, quoting Job ID 28648, by Tuesday, July 19, 2022.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

The City is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to creating a workplace culture of inclusiveness that reflects the diverse residents that we serve. Learn more about the City’s commitment to employment equity https://jobs.toronto.ca/jobsatcity/content/Hiring-Policies-and-Statements/?locale=en_US >.

Accommodation

The City of Toronto is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive organization. We are committed to providing barrier-free and accessible employment practices in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Should you require Code-protected accommodation through any stage of the recruitment process, please make them known when contacted and we will work with you to meet your needs. Disability-related accommodation during the application process is available upon request. Learn more about the City’s Hiring Policies and Accommodation Process https://jobs.toronto.ca/jobsatcity/content/Hiring-Policies-and-Statements/?locale=en_US >.

Director of Human Resources / Directeur des ressources humaines

The Township of Champlain is a charming historical community surrounded by beautiful agricultural landscapes along the Ottawa River. Francophone and Anglophone culture mixes together over food, breweries, markets, and activities of all kinds. Working in rural areas means a peaceful, traffic-free commute giving you more opportunities to discover cycling, pottery, and paddleboard; isn’t achieving work-life balance what you always wanted? Champlain is the perfect place to live, work and play because we focus on the quality of life of our employees and our community!

10 reasons why you should work for the Township of Champlain

  1. We match employee contributions to one of the best defined benefit pension plans (OMERS) and offer early retirement options.
  2. We offer our permanent employees a comprehensive group insurance program to meet your individual or family needs.
  3. We have an established salary structure that allows for continued salary progression as you acquire experience.
  4. We offer several sick days each year in addition to annual vacation.
  5. Our employees are our most important asset. We invest energy and resources in their development and growth.
  6. We offer job stability despite the ups and downs of the economy.
  7. You will join a multidisciplinary, progressive and open-minded municipal team that has a tangible impact on the Municipality’s future and on thousands of residents’ quality of life.
  8. Our employees are empowered, and initiative is strongly encouraged.
  9. You will enjoy multifaceted challenges that match your ambitions.
  10. You will be involved in the Municipality’s strategy through various development and service improvement projects.

Job Description

  • Develop, evaluate, monitor, implement, and update Human Resources policies and procedures, in compliance with all Federal and Provincial employment standards and regulations, collective agreements, and arbitral jurisprudence.
  • Manage the recruitment and selection of staff and provide assistance to the CAO and Directors when required.
  • Deliver coaching assistance, guidance, and support relevant to organizational development, the needs of all departments, and the improvement of efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Provide timely, accurate advice and recommendations to Management, Council, and its committees where appropriate, making them aware of legal obligations and future ramifications and respond to the decisions and directions generated by same.
  • Manage performance management policies, providing advice and assistance with performance issues, assist with disciplinary matters and assist in the development of training plans for employees.
  • Revise, direct/guide and maintain the Municipality’s job evaluation and pay equity procedures and policies; manage the compensation and benefits plan, including recommendation and negotiation of plan alterations.
  • Create and maintain a staff development and training plan which addresses succession planning and the improvement of deficiency and effectiveness; coordinate or lead training sessions as required.
  • Provide advice and assistance in the investigation of issues such as absenteeism, Workplace Harassment and Discrimination, the Human Rights Code, and Workplace Health and Safety.

Refer to the job description for a comprehensive list of responsibilities.

Required Qualifications and Work Experience

  • University degree in Human Resource Management or related field from a recognized educational institution, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation would be an asset.
  • Considerable experience (5 – 7 years) with human resources work with sound managerial experience preferably in a municipal environment.
  • Extensive knowledge of pro-active HR philosophies, practices and processes of change management, recruitment and retention, job evaluation, compensation and benefits, employee and labour relations, training and development, performance management, and health, safety and wellness.
  • Thorough knowledge of labour law, employment standards, human rights and other related legislation are required to ensure compliant policies and practices.

Candidate profile

  • Must be fully bilingual (verbal and written) in both English and French.
  • Ability to develop and present Human Resources strategies and solutions to internal stakeholders, while commanding their attention and respect.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure, with changing priorities, deadlines, and to readily adapt to change.
  • Good combination of conceptual intelligence and operational skills to translate ideas into action.
  • Anticipation skills, the employee must perceive the organization’s social environment and monitor foreseeable developments.
  • Communication skills, listening skills, excellent interpersonal skills and ease in negotiation.
  • Unique human approach and inspiring leadership.
  • Strong analysis skills, curiosity and creativity to elaborate action and management plans.
  • Demonstrated problem-solving and decision-making skills.

Working Condition

  • Office hours are generally Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., but this schedule may vary. Occasionally, after-hours work is required for Council meetings and other occasional meetings.
  • The annual salary range is up to $96,796 per year based on a 37.5-hour work week.
  • The job involves a lot of pressure, and the employee may be called upon to manage stressful situations and deal with internal conflicts.
  • Tools and equipment used: computer, including Word, Excel, Google mail, Escribe, VADIM, HR Download.
  • Work is performed primarily in an office setting at the Municipal Town Hall. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderately quiet.

Interested in this challenge?

Apply online at champlain.ca/job (deadline: July 17, 2022)
Start date: as soon as possible
Candidate must be available for an interview on July 21, 2022.

The Township of Champlain is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, indigenous individuals, members of visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. During the recruitment process, our selection tools can be adapted to the needs of persons living with limitations who so request. Rest assured that this information will remain confidential. Champlain adopts a broad and inclusive definition of diversity that goes beyond applicable laws. We encourage all persons, regardless of their characteristics, to apply.

We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of screening applicants.


Directeur des ressources humaines

Le Canton de Champlain, c’est avant tout une communauté riche en histoire et en activités entourée de belles terres agricoles vallonnées en bordure de la rivière des Outaouais. Vivantes, les cultures anglophone et francophone se rejoignent dans les évènements diversifiés, par la chaleur de leur accueil et leur offre gourmande. Travailler en milieu rural, c’est adopter un mode de vie plus calme, sans trafic, et avoir plus d’opportunités pour vous adonner à vos loisirs comme le vélo, la poterie ou la planche à pagaie et ainsi atteindre cet équilibre entre le travail et la vie privée dont vous avez toujours rêvé. Champlain, c’est l’endroit parfait pour vivre, travailler et se divertir tout cela à échelle humaine dans un milieu qui n’a pas oublié la qualité de vie de ses employés et de sa communauté!

10 raisons de travailler pour le Canton de Champlain

  1. Nous versons un montant égal aux contributions des employés à l’un des meilleurs régimes de retraite à prestations déterminées (OMERS) qui offre des options de retraite anticipée.
  2. Nous offrons à tous nos employés permanents un programme avantageux d’assurances collectives pour répondre à vos besoins individuels ou familiaux.
  3. Nous avons établi une structure salariale permettant une progression salariale continue au fur et à mesure que vous acquériez de l’expérience.
  4. Nous offrons plusieurs jours de congé de maladie par année en plus des vacances annuelles.
  5. Nos employés représentent notre actif le plus important. Nous investissons énergie et ressources à leur développement et à leur épanouissement.
  6. Nous offrons une stabilité d’emploi, et ce, malgré les hauts et les bas des cycles économiques.
  7. Vous ferez partie d’une équipe municipale multidisciplinaire, évolutive et ouverte qui a un réel impact sur le futur de la municipalité et sur la qualité de vie de milliers de résidents.
  8. Nos employés ont une grande autonomie et la prise d’initiative est fortement encouragée.
  9. Vous aurez des défis polyvalents à la hauteur de vos ambitions.
  10. Vous serez au cœur de la stratégie de la municipalité à travers différents projets de développement et d’amélioration des services.

Description du poste

  • Assurer l’élaboration, l’évaluation, le suivi, la mise en œuvre et la mise à jour des politiques et procédures de ressources humaines, conformément aux normes et règlements fédéraux et provinciaux en matière d’emploi, aux conventions collectives et à la jurisprudence arbitrale.
  • Gérer le recrutement et la sélection du personnel, en assistant, au besoin, le directeur général et les autres membres de la direction.
  • Fournir un encadrement, des conseils et un soutien en ce qui concerne le développement organisationnel, les besoins des différents services et l’amélioration de l’efficience et de l’efficacité.
  • Au besoin, fournir des recommandations et des conseils précis et opportuns à la direction, au Conseil et à ses comités, en les informant notamment de leurs obligations légales et de toute conséquence juridique possible, et donner suite aux décisions et aux directives qui en découlent.
  • Gérer les politiques de gestion du rendement, en fournissant des conseils et de l’aide sur les questions qui s’y rapportent, assister lors de questions disciplinaires et aider à l’élaboration de plans de formation pour les employés.
  • Réviser, diriger, guider et maintenir les procédures et politiques de la municipalité en matière d’équité salariale et d’évaluation des emplois ; gérer le régime de rémunération et d’avantages sociaux, notamment par la recommandation et la négociation de modifications au régime.
  • Créer et maintenir un plan de formation et de perfectionnement du personnel qui tient compte de la planification de la relève et de l’amélioration de l’efficience et de l’efficacité ; coordonner et animer des séances de formation, lorsque cela est nécessaire.
  • Fournir des conseils et de l’aide lors d’enquêtes sur des questions telles que l’absentéisme, le harcèlement et la discrimination au travail, le Code des droits de la personne et la santé et la sécurité au travail.

Consultez la description de tâche de l’emploi pour la liste complète des responsabilités.

Qualifications et expériences professionnelles requises

  • Diplôme universitaire en gestion des ressources humaines (ou domaine connexe) d’un établissement d’enseignement reconnu (ou combinaison d’études et d’expérience équivalente).
  • Désignation de conseiller en ressources humaines agréé (CRHA), un atout.
  • Expérience en ressources humaines (5 à 7 ans) avec une solide expérience de gestion, de préférence dans un environnement municipal.
  • Connaissance approfondie des philosophies, pratiques et processus proactifs de RH dans ces domaines : gestion du changement, recrutement et rétention, évaluation des emplois, rémunération et avantages sociaux, relations de travail, formation et perfectionnement, gestion du rendement, et santé, sécurité et bien-être.
  • Connaissance approfondie du droit du travail, des normes d’emploi, des droits de la personne et d’autres législations et normes connexes, requise pour assurer la conformité des politiques et des pratiques.

Profil recherché

  • Parfaitement bilingue (anglais et français, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit).
  • Capacité à élaborer et à présenter des stratégies et des solutions de ressources humaines aux intervenants internes, en suscitant leur attention et leur respect.
  • Capacité à travailler efficacement sous pression, avec des priorités et des délais changeants, et à s’adapter facilement au changement.
  • Bonne combinaison entre intelligence conceptuelle et qualités opérationnelles afin de passer de l’idée à l’action.
  • Qualités d’anticipation, l’employé doit à la fois percevoir les reliefs du paysage social de l’organisation et scruter les évolutions prévisibles.
  • Sens du dialogue, qualités d’écoute, intelligence émotionnelle et aisance dans le cadre de la négociation.
  • L’employé se démarque par son approche humaine et son leadership mobilisateur.
  • Fortes habiletés analytiques, curiosité et créative pour l’élaboration de plans d’action et de gestion.
  • Solides compétences en résolution de problèmes et en prise de décision.

Conditions de travail

  • Les heures de bureau sont généralement du lundi au jeudi de 8 h à 16 h 30 et le vendredi de 8 h à 14 h, mais cet horaire peut varier. Il est parfois nécessaire de travailler après les heures de travail pour des réunions du Conseil et autres réunions occasionnelles.
  • L’échelle salariale annuelle s’échelonne jusqu’à 96 796 $ par année basée sur une semaine de 37,5 heures de travail.
  • Travail assujetti à une pression très forte et l’employé peut être appelé à gérer des situations stressantes et à intervenir en cas de conflits internes.
  • Outils et équipements utilisés : ordinateur, logiciels informatiques (Word, Excel, Gmail, Escribe, VADIM et HR Download).
  • Ce travail est effectué principalement dans un bureau à l’hôtel de ville. Le niveau de bruit dans l’environnement de travail est, de façon générale, modérément calme.

Ce défi vous intéresse ?

Postulez en ligne au champlain.ca/emploi (date limite :17 juillet 2022)

Entrée en poste : dans les meilleurs délais
Le candidat doit être disponible le 21 juillet 2022 pour les entrevues.
Le Canton de Champlain souscrit au principe d’équité en emploi et invite les femmes, les Autochtones, les minorités visibles, les minorités ethniques et les personnes ayant des limitations à soumettre leur candidature. Lors du recrutement, nos outils de sélection peuvent être adaptés selon les besoins des personnes vivant avec des limitations et qui en font la demande. Soyez assurés de la confidentialité de cette information. Champlain adopte une définition large et inclusive de la diversité qui va au-delà des lois applicables. Elle encourage ainsi toutes les personnes, peu importe leurs caractéristiques, à poser leur candidature.

Nous remercions tous les candidats de leur intérêt. Toutefois, nous communiquerons seulement avec les personnes ayant été sélectionnées pour une entrevue. Les renseignements recueillis seront utilisés conformément à la Loi sur l’accès à l’information municipale et la protection de la vie privée aux fins de sélection des candidats.

Analyst, Capital Assets

Job Title: Analyst, Capital Assets
Closing Date: July 6, 2022; 11:59pm

Town of Caledon is a dynamic municipality that successfully balances urban, rural and agricultural communities. Our energetic staff are guided by our core values that create an environment for continuous improvement and customer service excellence.

In addition to offering exciting career opportunities, the Town also provides a competitive and comprehensive total rewards package. Come see how you can make a difference.

The Opportunity

Reporting directly to the Supervisor, Corporate Asset Management, this role is responsible for maintaining compliance with the Public Sector Accounting Board Standards for Tangible Capital Assets and Town Corporate Policies concurrently ensuring the maintenance of a corporate-wide asset inventory/registry management system. As the Analyst, Capital Assets, you will perform the following duties, including but not limited to:

  • Maintain compliance with the Public Sector Accounting Board Standards (PSAB) for Tangible Capital Assets and Town Corporate Policies on a timely and accurate basis
  • Ensure information/data uploaded into the asset management system(s) is reconciled to the general ledger and/or source data through manual and automated methods. Provide automation improvement recommendations, carry-out end user acceptance testing to optimize source data processing
  • Periodic updates to asset inventory, identify quality variances and ongoing improvement in the asset information/data, and corresponding attributes
  • Ensure uploading, alignment and data checking of Infrastructure project information/data, GIS (such as Esri) data and Enterprise Asset Management (EAM, such as PSD Citywide) applications with physically installed infrastructure obtained through both capital project documentation and installed field attibutes for all Town Assets
  • Collaboration with finance on the tangible capital components linking the Town of Caledon Asset Management Plan to the financial results as per Ontario Asset Management Planning Regulation for Municipal Infrastructure 588/17
  • Continual review of best practices and recommend ongoing improvements with all Provincial Asset Management requirements including the Public Sector Accounting Board Standards (PSAB).

The Ideal Candidate

We are seeking an enthusiastic professional with a post-secondary degree or diploma in Engineering, Building Construction, Maintenance Management, Finance or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Our ideal candidate has a minimum of 1-2 years of progressive experience working with infrastructure providing technical assistance in capital asset categorizing and or recording complex asset information through financial or technical methods/systems or equivalent experience. The ideal candidate will also have a minimum of 1-2 years of experience in advanced Microsoft Excel (i.e. advanced pivot tables). Knowledge of Public Sector Accounting Board Standards (PSAB) and physical infrastructure Asset Management is considered an asset.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience applying Capital Asset Accounting Standards. We are seeking an individual with superior verbal and written communication skills, a demonstrated ability to apply organizational skills with a high level of attention to detail, and excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.

The successful candidate for Analyst, Capital Assets will be required to work a flexible schedule, including in the office, remotely and after hours (as required).

This position offers a salary range of $67,010.34 – $73,952.83 plus a competitive benefit package.

Satisfactory passing of a criminal record check and proof of qualifications will be required of any successful candidate(s) for this position.

New employees who commence employment on or after November 15, 2021 are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as a condition of employment. Being fully vaccinated is determined as the status of having received the full series of approved vaccines (both doses of a two dose vaccine series, one dose of a single dose vaccine series) and any additional doses required and approved by Health Canada and having satisfied the full post vaccination period required to ensure vaccination efficacy. The Town of Caledon reserves the right to request proof of vaccination at any time. Acceptable proof includes an Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 vaccine receipt which you can obtain through the Provincial portal https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/, or other government-issued vaccine passport or certification. The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code.

The Town is committed to diversity and inclusivity in employment and welcomes applications from qualified individuals of diverse backgrounds. The Town is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to an inclusive and barrier-free workplace.  If your application requires accommodation, please contact People Services at (905) 584-2272 Ext. 4738.

How To Apply
To learn more about employment with the Town of Caledon and to apply for this exciting and challenging opportunity, visit: www.caledon.ca/careers If needed and upon request, this document can be made available in an alternative format.

Senior Manager of Infrastructure, Technology and Transformation

THE CORPORATION OF THE COUNTY OF PRINCE EDWARD
JOB OPPORTUNITY
SENIOR MANAGER OF INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGY AND TRANSFORMATION
FILE #: 2022-71

Are you an experienced technology leader with a collaborative and customer service approach? Can you build and manage effective, high-functioning teams? The County is looking to fill the new position of Senior Manager of Infrastructure, Technology and Transformation.

Reporting to the Director of Finance and Information Technology, the Senior Manager of Infrastructure, Technology and Transformation will lead IT Governance and champion business solutions improvements supported by IT infrastructure maintenance and investment. This role will lead the development and communication of plans to drive forward the Information Technology strategy. The Senior Manager will supervise a small team of staff, manage external vendors and contracted services as necessary to provide a seamless service for internal departments and is also responsible for maintaining strategic external relationships to support broadband expansion for local residents and businesses.

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:

  • Completed education in Computer Systems Planning and Management, Systems Programming and Design, or a related discipline, and a demonstration of continuous career learning.
  • 7 – 10 years’ work experience, with demonstrated technical expertise in information systems, some municipal experience or knowledge of the municipal sector would be an asset.
  • 5 – 7 years’ of supervisory experience.
  • Experience with budget development and administration, including forecasting, financial analysis and reporting.
  • Demonstrated experience with IT strategic planning and implementation, resource planning, and IT Operations execution to align technology service management with organizational strategies and objectives.
  • Sound interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to clearly interpret and relate end-user IT requirements and produce technical and non-technical reports.
  • Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information in an appropriate manner with a high degree of judgment and discretion.
  • Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills with the ability to examine facts, draw conclusions and present recommendations.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities.
  • Knowledge of current and emerging technology and best practices in IT (e.g. ITIL). Experience with migration to Cloud-based applications is an asset.
  • Valid class ‘G’ Driver’s License.

The current annual salary range for this position is $90,119 to $126,188 as per the Non-Union By-Law. Compensation also includes a competitive benefit package and membership in OMERS. Please submit your application prior to 4:00pm on July 8, 2022 to careers@pecounty.on.ca.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer and support applicants with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request throughout the recruitment process. Please email your request or call (613) 476-2148 ext. 1042.

The personal information being collected will be used in accordance with The Municipal Act and The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and shall only be used in the selection of a suitable candidate.

Financial Analyst

 

 POSTING #: NU-2022-26 

Posting Period: June 17 – July 4, 2022

 EMPLOYEE GROUP: Non-Union 

POSITION STATUS: Temporary Full-Time (Until approximately April 2, 2024)

Hours worked per week: 35

 Position: Financial Analyst

 Grade: 5

Wage Range: $65,838 – $74,058 / annum (January 2022)

Department / Division: Financial & Data Services / Finance 

Location: Cayuga, ON

LOOKING FOR THE ONE. APPLY, WORK, SUCCEED!

Located on the Niagara Peninsula in Southern Ontario, Haldimand County is a single-tier municipality with diverse urban and rural communities, an endless supply of four-season outdoor activities, and an outstanding quality of life. Our diverse team of responsive and dedicated professionals are committed to providing our citizens with high-quality services making our County a great place to work and live.

We’re currently looking for a temporary full–time Financial Analyst for approximately 18 months – with a potential extension. The Financial Analyst will be assisting our Financial & Data Services team on its journey to successfully manage the finances of the Corporation. The ideal candidate for the Financial Analyst position is a dedicated self-starter leader with a passion for municipal finance and proven experience in delivering excellent customer service to its stakeholders.

The County believes in encouraging our employees to contribute to meaningful work that makes a positive difference. Joining our team opens the door to a rewarding career where the health and wellness of our employees, families, and communities are vital to the success of our workplace. The municipality’s dedication to work/life balance, flexible working hours, remote work options, wellness programs, employee recognition programs, learning and development opportunities, competitive salaries, and benefits are a few of the reasons why you should join us today!

If you want to become a leader in your field and take your career to new heights, let’s talk and build something great.

PURPOSE OF POSITION:

Reporting to the Supervisor, Budgets & Financial Planning, the incumbent will:

  • provide, develop, and monitor effective, efficient and timely financial planning reports / information for use by Management, Staff and Council;
  • for accounting purposes, assist in the preparation of journal entries, account analysis, reconciliation and working papers.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Community College Diploma / Degree relative to area of responsibility (Accounting, Business Administration)
  • a Municipal Accounting Certificate is desirable

PLUS

  • less than 5 years current related experience (may include additional specialty training)

Or equivalent to the above.

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Good understanding of municipal government, its operations and services.
  • Sound technical knowledge of financial principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of relevant Acts and Legislation governing the financial operations of municipal government.
  • Demonstrated project management and organizational skills.
  • Good understanding of business processes and financial management methods to: assist with the development of asset management processes and procedures; develop budgets and budget  processes; work within approved budgets; and recommend appropriate action consistent with financial principles.
  • Interpersonal skills to establish and maintain relations with others (County staff, peers within other organizations, agencies / organizations) and to resolve complaints / disputes / issues.
  • Research, analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills to enable the assessment of issues / situations, develop options and make necessary recommendations.
  • Communication skills (listening, writing, verbal) to: provide clear advice and information; ensure solid understanding of work requirements, work guidelines; and encourage and sustain consensus  building to make decisions.
  • Time Management / organization / project management skills to identify priorities, re-arrange work if required & manage activities to meet identified deadlines & successfully complete projects.
  • Valid Ontario Drivers license and access to a reliable vehicle

COMPUTER EXPERTISE:
Level 4 – The incumbent must possess a combination of intermediate and advanced computer skills scored at 65% or higher for Outlook and at least one of Word / Excel / PowerPoint to ensure their:

  • proven ability to use desktop or department / division specific software packages on their own or combine information from different software packages to get the desired result
  • solid understanding of the software to enable the incumbent to know the best tool to do the job efficiently
  • knowledge to utilize software to develop quality reports, professional looking presentations, publications and/or
  • to develop complex spreadsheets for analysis or presentation of data (including use of formulae)

Accountabilities / Tasks

Include, but are not limited to the following:

  • assist in maintaining a Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) 3150 compliant capital asset accounting and reporting system, including related policies and procedures
  • support the Finance team with the preparation of the County’s budgets, providing analysis, budget review and assistance to the Divisions in financial forecasting, among other services
  • assist in the year-end accounting processes and analysis and preparation of year-end financial statements and Financial Information Return (FIR), including the reporting of tangible capital assets
  • monitor approved annual operating and capital budgets to ensure department / division compliance
  • provide consulting, financial and accounting services to Management and Staff related to capital and operating budgets
  • provide and maintain capital project accounting and reporting
  • assist in preparation of business plans, reports and applications for grants
  • undertake various revenue and expenditure studies and/or analysis projects, as assigned (for example, user fees)
  • administer the financial requirements of development agreements ensuring required documentation is issued / received within identified time lines (for example, letters of credit, etc.)
  • monitor and control reserves/reserve funds and Trust funds, ensuring appropriate parties are aware of status
  • coordinate billings from Norfolk County for waste management (recycling / tipping fees) shared services
  • provide accounting, payment and administration of debenture issues of Haldimand County
  • create / establish and administer required Municipal Drain, and Tile Drainage fund accounts, within applicable legislative policies and procedures
  • ensure project participants have clear understanding of the work to be completed and the processes and procedures to follow (result: completion of all work within identified timeframe and budget).
  • research and prepare/draft documentation to/for management staff on current projects, conditions, issues, making recommendations as required; may be required to present information at public  meetings, Council meetings, staff meetings
  • ensure records for all projects/work undertaken are current, accurate and complete and that documentation is readily retrievable and current
  • represent the Department / Division at relevant meetings
  • practice effective public relations to sustain the positive image of the Corporation of Haldimand County
  • establish and maintain relationships with counterparts in other Municipal governments, and ensure cooperative relations with Staff
  • provide input into the development of appropriate Budget/Reporting Services policies and procedures / forms
  • undertake projects / assignments as assigned by the Manager or designate

All Haldimand County employees are expected to:

  • work safely and respect others in the work place
  • maintain confidentiality
  • work within policies and procedures determined by Haldimand County and / or legislation relative to the function
This position requires:

– a current (within the past 6 months) Police Check              NO

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Accommodation is available for any applicant with a disability, as it relates to the recruitment process of this position. Upon request, Haldimand County will consult with the applicant and provide, or arrange for the provision of a suitable accommodation in a manner that takes into account the applicant’s accessibility needs due to disability.
As per current Legislation, if it is determined that those employees with priority placement status are suitable for this job, before a selection decision has been made, this competition may be cancelled.

Human Resources Division, Haldimand County Administration Building
53 Thorburn Street South, Cayuga ON N0A lE0
Website: https://www.haldimandcounty.ca/employment-application/

Municipal Clerk / Library Chief Executive Officer

Municipal Clerk / Library Chief Executive Officer


We are seeking a driven individual who thrives in a culture of collaboration and progression to carry out Clerk’s office services, perform all statutory Clerk duties under the Municipal Act, and fulfill all roles and requirements as required under the Public Libraries Act as Library Chief Executive Officer.

Tay Township is located on the sunset shores of Georgian Bay. Our communities of Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll, Waubaushene and Waverley combine the perfect balance of urban and rural households. Tay Township is a four-season destination offering inclusive cultural and recreational activities for all ages.

Our team members are forward-thinking collaborators who are driven to innovate and modernize local government. The ideal candidate will be adaptable to our growing and evolving municipality and enthusiastically demonstrate capabilities for making a positive impact on the Corporation and the Community as one.

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer/Deputy Clerk (“CAO”), or their designate, and working collaboratively with the Senior Leadership Team, the Municipal Clerk/Library Chief Executive Officer (“Clerk”) performs all statutory duties under the Municipal Act and is responsible for compliance with applicable policies and statutes. The overall purpose of the position is to be responsible for the effective general and financial management of the Clerk’s office functions such as legislative services, records information management, cemeteries, burial permits, business licensing, Returning Officer duties (Municipal Elections) and acts as Council secretariat as well as Library Chief Executive Officer, fulfilling all roles and requirements as required under the Public Libraries Act.

The Clerk’s key priorities, in alignment with the Township’s values and strategic plan, include executing Clerk services in a manner that is sustaining, best-in-class, compliant, and ensures that the needs of the Township’s departments, Community Members, Staff, and Council are met. The Clerk provides advice to the CAO and Council in the establishment and execution of Township strategies and processes, which result in the formulation and achievement of the Township’s overall goals and objectives.

The successful candidate will have excellent and concise writing and editing skills with a high level of accuracy, advanced proof-reading skills and careful attention to detail as well as strong written and verbal communications skills and analytical skills. Additionally, they must be politically astute with superior acumen, emotional intelligence and public relations skills to deal courteously and effectively with all levels of staff and government, elected officials, local boards/commissions, community groups and organizations, and the general public with the ability to exercise tact, diplomacy and good judgement at all times.

The position requires the completion of post-secondary education from an accredited educational institution in Public Administration, Business Administration, Office Administration, Political Science, Law, or other relevant discipline, the completion of the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO) Municipal Administration Program, and a minimum of 5 years of related, progressive public sector work experience, preferably in a municipal environment required. Experience participating in the coordination of at least one (1) election cycle considered an asset.

The salary range for this full-time, permanent position is $50.13 to $59.68 per hour with a 35-hour work week. Overtime is required, including attendance at evening meetings. We also offer a comprehensive pension and benefit package (conditions may apply).


Join our team today and help transform the way local government connects with the community it serves.

Qualified and interested applicants are encouraged to do the following:

  1. Reference the complete position description available on the Tay Township website – tay.ca/jobs
  2. Submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail by 4:00 p.m., Thursday, July 7, 2022

Human Resources
E-mail: HR@Tay.ca
Note: Please reference ‘Clerk’ at the beginning of the subject line.

We thank all applicants who apply, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, will only be used for candidate selection. The Township of Tay is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessible Canada Act, 2019 and all applicable provincial accessibility standards, upon request, accommodation will be provided by the Township of Tay throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process for applicants with disabilities.

Manager, Transit Operations

Manager, Transit Operations
Public Works Department
Exempt

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Manager, Transit Operations, oversees a fast-paced team of operations, planning and support staff. This charismatic and visionary leader is responsible for setting the tone and pace of changes while leading transit operations into the future within the Regional Municipality Wood Buffalo. This would include implementing master plan data, driving technological change, providing and developing leadership growth opportunities and staff cohesion while fostering positive working relationships at all levels within transit, the rest of the Municipality, and the community. Working closely with the Senior Manager, Transportation, and Facilities, the manager  establishes departmental objectives, budgets, and safety metrics to ensure employees are carrying out the proper functions to ensure the branch provides efficient service delivery.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Departmental Management: Assists with overall program service delivery. Manages through direct involvement in daily operations, budgeting, and strategic planning of the overall design and deployment of all department initiatives. Ensures all programs are developed according to legislation, industry standards, and best practices.

Leadership: Takes a lead role in developing and implementing innovative and practical approaches to department initiatives to ensure all employees are working proficiently and effectively in a productive environment. Recruits, trains, and mentors staff. Leads staff in the delivery of advice, recommendations, and decision support.

Implementation of Strategies: Analyzes data and information to forecast community and partner needs. Remains aware of current and emerging industry trends that drive service and provides recommendations that benefit municipal operations, staff, and the community. Consults and liaises with internal stakeholders, government, other municipalities, local organizations, the non-profit sector, and other community groups in relation to transit operations. Monitors issues and provides information and support to community groups.

This position is primarily based in an office environment; however, some field visits, extended hours, and business travel within the region may be required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Highly developed analytical, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills, with political awareness and sensitivity.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with managers, employees, leaders, and external contacts and interacts in a manner that builds trust, credibility, and rapport.
  • Strong leadership, interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
  • Considerable knowledge of safe maintenance operations and practices pertaining to passenger transportation operations environments.
  • Ability to empower people, and use innovative approaches in situations involving rapid change, shifting priorities, and/or simultaneous demands.
  • Negotiation, investigation, mediation, and facilitation skills.
  • High emotional intelligence capacity including the ability to deal effectively with ambiguity.
  • Strong organizational and planning skills combined with an expert level approach to managing long-term change and adapting to changing priorities.
  • Well-developed project management competencies.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Degree in Business Administration, Commerce, or related field is required.
  • Seven (7) or more years of progressive experience in a passenger transportation operations/contract management position with a minimum of three (3) years of experience as a leader.
  • Experience working in a public sector environment with unionized and non-unionized employees considered an asset.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • A valid Alberta Class Five (5) Operator’s Licence is required.
  • Ability to provide a Criminal Record Check for review and acceptance.

SAFETY:

As an employee of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, the incumbent is responsible and accountable for knowing and working in accordance with the Health and Safety Directive. As per section 2 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the incumbent shall ensure while in the employ of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo the health and safety of employees, contractors, and the public.  This position is employed in a supervisory capacity. As such the employee is required to obtain additional safety training in accordance with municipal procedures and directives.

Requisition ID: 500
Affiliation: Exempt
Position Type: Permanent Full Time
Number of Openings: 1
Bi-weekly Working Hours: 70 hours bi-weekly
Department/ Branch: Public Works, Transit
Job Location: Fort McMurray
Salary Range: Competitive Salary
COLA: Bi-Weekly – $480
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Posting Type: Internal and External

To apply: Please visit our website at jobs.rmwb.ca
We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those individuals
selected for interviews will be contacted.  Late applications will not be accepted.

Chief Administrative Officer / Clerk-Treasurer

Township of Matachewan
Chief Administrative Officer / Clerk-Treasurer

The Township of Matachewan is located on the Montreal River in the northwestern part of the District of Timiskaming, Northern Ontario. The Municipality is seeking a motivated individual with exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to join the Administrative Department in a fast-paced environment, committed to providing our community with exceptional service. Reporting to Council, the CAO/Clerk-Treasurer will perform all statutory duties of the Clerk-Treasurer under the Municipal Act and other Acts and will oversee all departments.

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications: • 2-year Community College Diploma in Administration or equivalent. • Minimum 3 years municipal (or related) progressive experience. May consider a different combination of education and experience where appropriate. •  Strong communication, analytical, and leadership skills are just some of the requirements of the position • Strong customer service skills.

The Township of Matachewan offers an excellent benefits package and is a participating member of OMERS Pension. Full-time: 37.5 hours per week (1/2 hour lunch) Salary Range: Competitive based on education and experience. Posted Date: 06-03-2022

*The Recruitment process will remain open until the position Is filled.*
The complete job description can be found at https://www.matachewan.com

Interested applicants can submit a cover letter and resume to the undersigned.
Township of Matachewan
Box 277 283 Moyneur Avenue
Matachewan, ON  P0K 1M0
Attn: Janet Gore, CAO/Clerk-Treasurer
clerktreasurer@matachewan.ca

Information collected will be used solely for the purpose of candidate selection, in accordance with MFIPPA. We are an equal opportunity employer.
We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Treasurer

TREASURER

The Corporation of the Township of Tay


We are seeking a driven, dynamic individual who thrives in a culture of collaboration and progression to lead our Financial Services team and related service delivery activities.

Tay Township is located on the sunset shores of Georgian Bay. Our communities of Victoria Harbour, Port McNicoll, Waubaushene, and Waverley combine the perfect balance of urban and rural households. Tay Township is a four-season destination offering inclusive cultural and recreational activities for all ages.

Our team members are forward thinking collaborators who are driven to innovate and modernize local government. The ideal candidate will be adaptable to our growing and evolving municipality and enthusiastically demonstrate capabilities for making a positive impact on the Corporation and the Community as one.

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer/Deputy Clerk (“CAO”) or their designate, and working collaboratively with the Senior Leadership Team, the Treasurer oversees the delivery of Financial Services related activities of the Municipality (“Township”) including but not limited to Financial Services team leadership, corporate and division financial management, and corporate and division financial policies. The position also fulfills the statutory responsibilities of Treasurer under the Municipal Act.

The Treasurer’s key priorities, in alignment with the Township’s values and strategic plan, include leading financial services in a manner that is sustaining, best-in-class, compliant, and ensures that the needs of the Township’s departments, Community Members, Staff, and Council are met. The Treasurer provides advice to the CAO and Council in the establishment and execution of Township strategies and processes, which result in the formulation and achievement of the Township’s overall goals and objectives.

The successful candidate will be innovative, inclusive, and adaptable; and will motivate, develop, empower, and engage others. Additionally, they will have a demonstrated track record of effective team building and relationship management skills and a proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships across departments, with the Public, Staff and the Leadership Team.

The position requires the completion of post-secondary education from an accredited educational institution in Accounting, Business Administration, Commerce, Finance or other relevant discipline, designation in good standing with a recognized Professional Accounting Association such as Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario, 5 to 10 years of public sector financial/treasury experience, preferably in a municipal environment, and a minimum of 5 years of successful and progressively more responsible management and leadership experience in public or private sector organization(s).

The salary range for this full-time, permanent position is $55.64 to $65.10 per hour with a 35-hour work week. Some overtime is required, including attendance at evening meetings. We also offer a comprehensive pension and benefit package (conditions may apply).


Join our team today and help transform the way local government connects with the community it serves.

Qualified and interested applicants are encouraged to do the following:

  1. Reference the complete position description available on the Tay Township website – tay.ca/jobs
  2. Submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail by 4:00 p.m., Monday, July 4, 2022

Human Resources
E-mail: HR@Tay.ca
Note: Please reference ‘FS Manager’ at the beginning of the subject line.

We thank all applicants who apply, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, will only be used for candidate selection. The Township of Tay is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessible Canada Act, 2019 and all applicable provincial accessibility standards, upon request, accommodation will be provided by the Township of Tay throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process for applicants with disabilities.

Chief Building Official / By-Law Enforcement Officer

The Township of South Algonquin is seeking to hire a Chief Building Official / By-Law Enforcement Officer.

The CBO/ By-Law Enforcement Officer contributes to the safety and well being of the residents and visitors to the Township through the administration and enforcement of the Ontario Building Code Act, Ontario Building Code and other relevant legislation and regulations, and works collaboratively with the Planning & Building Administrator. This is a full-time (40hours/week) non-unionized position with Benefits and OMERS.

The preferred candidate will have Minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience in building and septic inspections and By-Law enforcement in a Municipal environment and possess a Certified Building Code Official (CBCO) designation. Successful completion of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing courses: Small Buildings, Plumbing All Buildings, Building Services, Building Structural, Complex Buildings, CBO Legal and Part 8 On-Site Sewage.

A full job description is available at southalgonquin.ca. Qualified candidates are invited to send their resumes by June 10th,2022 to the attention of Bryan Martin, CAO, 7 Third Avenue, P.O. Box 217 Whitney, K0J 2M0 or by e-mail to clerk@southalgonquin.ca

Salary is currently under review

We thank all applicants who respond to this advertisement. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection Act for the purpose of candidate selection. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive barrier-free recruitment and selection processes.

Chief Administration Officers / Directrices Générales ou Directeurs Généraux

Chief Administration Officers – CAOs
New Brunswick’s New and Restructured Local Government Entities

General Overview
Local governance is all about community.  It’s where we live, work, recreate, and where our kids go to school. It is at its simplest the closest level of decision-making to our homes and businesses. In 2021, the Government of New Brunswick (GNB) embarked on a local governance reform, following 55 years since the last major local governance reform.  The goal: to have vibrant and sustainable communities that work together to enhance the quality of life for all New Brunswickers.

Role Overview
Reporting to Council, we are seeking self-motivated and visionary leaders with proven track records for their engaging, innovative, strategic, and collaborative leadership styles.  Bringing the strategic direction set by Council to life, the CAO is responsible for overseeing the development and execution of the local government’s short and long-term vision and plans by stewarding decision-making across a variety of stakeholders and soundly managing the day-to-day operations.

The CAO is the senior appointed official for the local government entity and will provide organizational leadership to local government staff (where applicable), as per the overview above.  They are responsible to Council for the administration and coordination of the delivery of services to the local government’s residents and businesses in a manner that will ensure the effective utilization of human and financial resources, and assets of the local government.

The future CAO will be responsible for implementing, promoting, and leading the local government through change, transformation, and development.

As the administrative head of the local government, the CAO is responsible for the overall effective fiscal management of the local government: budgeting and optimizing of resources. The CAO is also responsible for directing the operations of the local government in accordance with the objectives, plans, programs, and policies approved by Council and in accordance with the various provincial and/or federal statutes and municipal by-laws.

The CAO oversees a variety of stakeholders, communicating effectively and transparently while exerting influence to ensure the organization is focused on addressing opportunities and challenges through sound decision-making at the council level, and within the local government itself.

As the senior leader, they embody the local government’s values and lead by example to create and sustain an organizational culture where everyone is safe, valued, and respected.

Successful Candidate Essential Qualifications:
Education and years of experience required for each CAO role will be dependent on the size and scope of each local government. A description of entities is listed below (Appendix A):

1: (Entities: 7, 11 and 14) (Full-time salary from $100,776 – $131,222): 

Along with a Bachelor’s degree (Public Administration, Political Science, Business, Planning, or a related discipline), you possess eight (8) years or more of progressively responsible experience of which a minimum of three (3) years of progressively responsible leadership experience at a senior level is required. Experience in a multi-stakeholder environment, which includes community or public facing and financial management responsibilities is also required. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.

2: (Entities: 4, 16 and 32) (Full-time salary from $84,422-$102,128):

Along with a Bachelor’s degree (Public Administration, Political Science, Business, Planning, or a related discipline), you possess seven (7) years or more of progressively responsible experience of which a minimum of two (2) years of progressively responsible leadership is required. Experience in a multi-stakeholder environment, which includes community or public facing and financial management responsibilities is also required. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.

3: (Entities 3, 10, 13, 17, 20, 26, 42, 45, 46, 52, 63, 70 & 79) (Full-time salary from $70,408 – $93,678):

Along with a Bachelor’s degree (Public Administration, Political Science, Business, Planning, or a related discipline), you have six (6) years or more of progressively responsible experience of which a minimum of one (1) year of progressively responsible leadership experience is required.  Experience in a multi-stakeholder environment, which includes community or public facing and financial management responsibilities is also required. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.

Should no candidate meeting the minimum thresholds be found, the experience requirements may be lowered.

Language competence will be assessed relative to the language requirements of the role to which you are applying.

Applicants must clearly demonstrate the essential qualifications to be given further consideration. Please ensure that your preferred language for assessment is identified on your resume.

Successful Candidate Competencies (Applicable to all roles)

  • Superior judgment and decision-making skills with a focus on driving results through collaboration with others.
  • Ability to manage significant change in support of a positive and productive workplace culture while demonstrating transparency and integrity.
  • Skilled at maximizing resources through effective organizational design.
  • Ability to develop talent through effective coaching, mentoring, and succession planning.
  • High-level strategic thinking and planning skills.
  • Ability to generate high team engagement and create a high-performing organization.
  • Effective communicator both verbally and in writing.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to foster a positive and collaborative work environment.
  • Ability to develop and articulate a strategic vision for the organization.
  • Ability to understand the intricacies of government and to develop meaningful relationships of trust with the executive team and elected officials.

To find out more about this exciting career opportunity, please submit, in English or French, a resume and cover letter to: apply-cao@jennifermurrayconsulting.com.  Please indicate in the subject line of your submission which Entity (as per Appendix A) you are applying for.

The principles of equal opportunity employment will be upheld throughout this process. Jennifer Murray Consulting will also provide support in the recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that considers an applicant’s accessibility needs. If you require accommodation to participate as a candidate in the recruitment process, please contact jennifer@jennifermurrayconsulting.com

We thank all candidates; however, only those whose profile best fits the requirements of this position will be contacted.

 

Appendix A:  Composition of Local Governance Entities

Entity 3 Entity 4
  • Village of Sainte-Anne-de Madawaska
  • Town of Saint-Léonard
  • Portion of the local service district of Sainte-Anne
  • Portion of the local service district of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes
  • Portion of the local service district of Saint-Léonard
  • Portion of the local service district of Rivière-Verte
  • Town of Grand Falls
  • Village of Drummond
  • Rural Community of Saint-André
  • Portion of the local service district of Drummond
  • Local service district of Grand Falls
Entity 7 Entity 10
  • City of Campbellton
  • Village of Atholville
  • Village of Tide Head
  • Local service district of Glencoe
  • Portion of the local service district of Dalhousie
  • Portion of the Local service district of McLeods
  • Portion of the local service district of Balmoral-Maltais
  • Portion of the local service district of Addington
  • Village of Belledune
Entity 11 Entity 13
  • Town of Beresford
  • Village of Nigadoo
  • Village of Petit-Rocher
  • Village of Pointe-Verte
  • Local service district of Madran
  • Local service district of Petit-Rocher-Nord
  • Local service district of Petit-Rocher-Sud
  • Local service district of Tremblay
  • Local service district of Dunlop
  • Local service district of Robertville
  • Local service district of Laplante
  • Portion of the local service district of Beresford
  • Portion of the local service district of North Tetagouche
  • Portion of the local service district of Bathurst
  • Village of Bertrand
  • Village of Maisonnette
  • Village of Grande-Anse
  • Village of Saint-Léolin
  • Local service district of Poirier
  • Local service district of Dugas
  • Local service district of Anse Bleue
  • Portion of the local service district of New Bandon
Entity 14 Entity 16
  • Town of Caraquet
  • Village of Bas-Caraquet
  • Local service district of Pokesudie
  • Local service district of St. Simon
  • Local service district of Blanchard Settlement
  • Portion of the local service district of Évangéline
  • Local service district of Pokemouche
  • Portion of the local service district of Caraquet
  • Portion of the local service district of Landry Office
  • Town of Shippagan
  • Village of Le Goulet
  • Local service district of Haut-Shippagan
  • Portion of the local service district of Shippagan
  • Local service district of Baie du Petit Pokemouche
  • Local service district of Pointe-Sauvage
  • Local service district of Inkerman Centre
  • Portion of the local service district of Évangéline
  • Portion of the local service district of Caraquet
Entity 17 Entity 20
  • Village of Saint-Isidore
  • Village of Paquetville
  • Local service district of the Parish of Paquetville
  • Local service district of the Parish of Saint-Isidore
  • Local service district of Saint-Sauveur
  • Local service district of Paroisse Notre-Dame-des-Érables
  • Portion of the local service district of Caraquet
  • Local service district of Maltempec
  • Local service district of Alnwick
  • Local service district of Tabusintac
  • Local service district of Fair Isle
  • Local service district of Oak Point-Bartibog Bridge
Entity 26 Entity 32
  • Village of Saint-Louis de Kent
  • Town of Richibucto
  • Portion of the local service district of Saint-Louis de Kent
  • Local service district of Saint-Ignace
  • Local service district of Aldouane
  • Local service district of Saint-Charles
  • Portion of the local service district of Dundas
  • Portion of the local service district of Saint-Paul
  • Portion of the local service district of Moncton
  • Portion of the local service district of Shediac
Entity 42 Entity 45
  • Village of Alma
  • Village of Hillsborough
  • Village of Riverside-Albert
  • Portion of the local service district of Hillsborough
  • Portion of the local service district of Harvey
  • Portion of the local service district of Hopewell
  • Portion of the local service district of Alma
  • Portion of the local service district of Coverdale
  • Village of Norton
  • Local service district of Springfield
  • Portion of the local service district of Norton
  • Portion of the local service district of Upham
  • Local service district of Kars
  • Local service district of Wickham
Entity 46 Entity 52
  • Village of St. Martins
  • Portion of the local service district of Saint Martins
  • Portion of the local service district of Simonds
  • Local service district of Fairfield
  • Local service district of Musquash
  • Portion of the local service district of Lepreau
Entity 63 Entity 70
  • Portion of the local service district of Rusagonis-Waasis
  • Portion of the local service district of New Maryland
  • Portion of the local service district of Gladstone
  • Local service district of Keswick Ridge
  • Portion of the local service district of Bright
  • Portion of the local service district of Queensbury
  • Portion of the local service district of Douglas
  • Portion of the local service district of Estey’s Bridge
  • Portion of the local service district of Kingsclear
Entity 79
  • Portion of the local service district of Brunswick
  • Local service district of Studholm
  • Portion of the local service district of Johnston
  • Local service district of Havelock
n/a

 

 

 

 

Infrastructure Analyst

To support growth in the community, the Town of Lincoln is looking to hire an Infrastructure Analyst. The Town of Lincoln, located in the beautiful Niagara Region, offers a unique environment that encompasses Lake Ontario, the Bruce Trail and Niagara Escarpment and is situated between Hamilton and St. Catharines. Steeped in a rich history and home to one of the fastest growing municipalities, Lincoln is a place to grow, a place to prosper and a place to belong.

Reporting to the Manager of Enterprise Services, the Infrastructure Analyst is responsible for designing, implementing, and managing IT infrastructure, including network systems, servers, backups, storage, telecommunications, security systems, CCTV systems, critical emergency systems, and all supporting technologies. The Infrastructure Analyst works closely within a team environment by providing support and advice to peers.  The Infrastructure Analyst will be required to participate in the Town’s IT on-call rotation and assist the Enterprise Services manager with forecasting 5–10-year planning relating to asset management and cyber security.

The successful candidate must possess the following:

  • Post-secondary diploma and/or degree in IT or a related discipline
  • Certified Project Management (PMP) preferred
  • 5 years of IT infrastructure administration
  • Experience with organizing and carrying out the planning, acquisition, implementation, and maintenance of all IT infrastructure.
  • Experience with planning, acquisition, implementation, and maintaining cyber security systems/programs with continuous auditing and reporting
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Effective attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy
  • Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, and execution skills
  • Ability to problem solve effectively

The Town of Lincoln offers an attractive, competitive salary, benefits and pension package, a progressive work environment, and career advancement opportunities. The salary range for this position (based on a 35-hour work week) is: $58,838 – $66,223.

Qualified candidates are requested to forward their resume by 4:30 p.m. on Friday June 10, 2022.

To apply please use one of the following options:

Please note that the Town of Lincoln requires that all newly hired employees are to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of being hired and provide proof of full vaccination or provide proof of a bona fide medical or Human Rights Code exemption on a form issued from and approved by the Town of Lincoln

This job description is available in alternative formats, or accessible communication supports, upon request.

We thank all applicants who apply but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The information gathered is in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used only for candidate selection.