Solutions Analyst

To support growth in the community, the Town of Lincoln is looking to hire a Solutions 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 Solutions Analyst effectively implements, enhances, and supports business solutions and the various integrations between systems. The Solutions Analyst is responsible for investigating and resolving issues pertaining to business solutions, including implementing upgrades and resolving conflicts or errors in applications. The Solutions Analyst will work closely with the Project Manager, Business Analyst, and business areas in implementing business requirements for technology-related projects. In addition, the Solutions Analyst would work with the Project Manager or Business Analyst in requirements gathering, planning, re-engineering of business processes, and the development of technical requirements.  The Solutions Analyst will serve as the point of escalation for the Help Desk Analyst for “tier 2-3” tickets, software configuration or software development and will be required to participate in the Town’s IT on-call rotation.

The successful candidate must possess the following:

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary diploma, degree, or combined experience in Information Technology or a related discipline
  • 3-5 years of IT software administration experience
  • A valid Ontario Class “G” or “G2” driver’s license.

Technical Skills:

  • Technical knowledge of:
    • Microsoft Sharepoint
    • Microsoft Office 365
    • Microsoft Exchange
    • Working knowledge of SQL Server
    • Windows 10, Windows Server & MacOS
    • Active Directory, Group Policy, & Azure Active Directory
    • Payment system fundamentals
    • Web Technologies (DNS, Drupal)
    • Endpoint devices (Microcomputers, laptops, tablets, mobile, etc) troubleshooting and repair
    • RMM and MDMN usage and administration
  • Experience with organizing and carrying out the planning, acquisition, implementation, and maintenance of enterprise software solutions
  • Familiarity with cyber security best practices for enterprise software solutions.
  • Experience augmenting and maintaining a knowledgebase

Personal Skills:

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Friendly, personable, and client focused
  • Effective attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy
  • Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, and execution skills
  • Able to work independently and with limited supervision

This position will require on-going flexibility for scheduled afternoon and evening shifts as needed with notice. This position requires on-site working commitments.

The Town of Lincoln offers an attractive, competitive salary, benefits and pension package, a progressive work environment, and career advancement opportunities. The salary for this position is based on experience with the opportunity for growth.

Qualified candidates are requested to forward their resume by 11:59 pm Sunday December 4th, 2022.

To apply please use one of the following options:

This job description is available in alternative formats, or accessible communication support, 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.

Manager, Policy and Intergovernmental Relations

When you join the City of Guelph, you join a team of 2000 full and part-time employees who deliver services the community relies on every day. Together, we are bringing to life Guelph’s vision of an inclusive, connected, and prosperous city where we look after each other and our environment.

As a regional top employer, the City of Guelph values its employees and offers competitive salaries, excellent benefit packages, opportunities for professional development, a healthy work-life balance, and many roles with flexible work options. Our corporate values are integrity, service, inclusion, wellness, and learning. Guelph is consistently ranked as one of the best places in Canada to live, work, and play—all good reasons to consider a career in this beautiful city.

The Opportunity

Resumes are being accepted for the position of Manager, Policy and Intergovernmental Relations. Reporting to the General Manager, Strategy, Innovation, Intergovernmental Services, the successful candidate will act in a support role to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Executive Team, Corporate Management Team and other City staff as well as support for the Mayor and Council to further the City’s strategic and intergovernmental advocacy priorities, expand and grow strategic partnerships, and develop supporting policies. Guided by the strategic priorities and directions in the City of Guelph Strategic Plan, and committed to the corporate values of integrity, service, inclusion, wellness, and learning, the candidate will aid in the achievement of the vision of an inclusive, connected, prosperous city where we look after each other and our environment.

Your role
Relationship Building and Networking

  • Develop and continually enhance a broad network of contacts and resources both within and outside the corporation, inter-municipally and at multiple levels of government (governmental officials, municipal associations, community agencies and other organizations)
  • Identify networking and participation opportunities for the CAO, and/or Executive Team members and Council
  • Manage, develop, and coach the Intergovernmental Advisor as part of your team
  • In partnership with the Intergovernmental Advisor, specializing in Indigenous Relations, lead the City’s relationship-building with key First Nation and Métis government partners and provide advice to City departments on Indigenous relations with the aim of advancing reconciliation.
  • Ensure the City is meeting its legal and procedural obligations as it relates to Treaty rights and Aboriginal rights (commonly referred to as Indigenous rights)
  • Cultivate City relationships with other regional partners that will lead to greater collaboration on a variety of issues and equitable funding arrangements
  • Coordinate and partner with Finance to conduct the grants process (provincial, federal and others) for City departments from start to finish, including, but not limited to, identifying, tracking, monitoring, assisting with applications, application advocacy and information gathering from funders.
  • Create and organize meetings, forums and senior level presentations to support the CAO, Executive Team and Council in building relationships and advancing requests with Provincial and Federal Ministers and their senior political staff, local representatives (MPP & MP) and community organizations
  • Participate regularly in provincial network forums, committees and workgroups to establish Guelph as a municipal leader

Tracking and Monitoring

  • Explore, monitor, identify and report on policy and program developments in other jurisdictions that may impact City service delivery on an ongoing basis
  • Consult and liaise with other municipalities, governments and stakeholders on policy initiatives
  • Research and assess developments in legislation, intergovernmental policies and trends and provide analysis and advice
  • Monitor, scan and propose recommendations related to policy and platform developments from federal and provincial governments, with other partners, associations and professional networks.
  • Deliver political insights and strategies including analysis of legislation, economic updates, budgets, etc.

Strategic and Policy Project Management

  • Lead policy driven corporate projects and initiatives including the development of a formal advocacy planning framework and the implementation of a stakeholder relationship management model in conjunction with internal corporate communications resources
  • Lead coordinated, organization wide intergovernmental policy positions, communications and briefing materials to ensure that City interests are well developed, articulated and represented in dealings with other levels of government, a wide range of representative bodies (e.g. FCM, AMO) and public boards
  • Coordinate strategic communications tactics and approaches that support policy and advocacy work and associated educational and influence campaigns
  • Develop background briefing notes for Council, the CAO and Executive Team.
  • Support the completion of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) and other forms of agreements as required to ensure clear roles and responsibilities.

Qualifications

  • Considerable experience related to the duties listed above, normally acquired through post-secondary education in public administration, political science, business or a related field and experience in a senior advisory position within the municipal, provincial, federal or public sector environment. Candidates with equivalent education and experience may be considered.
  • Knowledge and understanding of municipal, provincial and federal government roles, responsibilities, processes and political landscapes in Ontario and Canada; demonstrated political acuity
  • Awareness of current intergovernmental affairs, legislation, policies and trends
  • Solid understanding of the role of the CAO, Mayor/Council positions in a municipal environment and how to best support the related intergovernmental advocacy needs to ensure the success of the City in this regard
  • Sound knowledge of public administration policy and practice at multiple levels of government and able to identify, develop and recommend solutions
  • Awareness of current intergovernmental and Indigenous relations issues, trends, and developments
  • Familiarity with public sector terminology and culture, as well as a high level of political acumen
  • Evidence of ongoing professional development/learning in public policy, project management, stakeholder engagement, government relations etc.
  • Highly developed research, writing, and analytical skills
  • Excellent communication (written, oral, presentations) skills with strong interpersonal, relationship management, networking, collaboration and time management skills
  • Well developed critical thinking, consulting and facilitation skills (defining issues; clarifying relationships and managing client expectations; researching, developing and recommending options; and when asked, facilitating implementation)
  • Previous experience in managing, directing and coaching junior staff is an asset
  • Due to the nature of this position, some travel, evening and weekend work will be required

In keeping with our corporate value of Wellness, The City of Guelph recognizes the many benefits of hybrid work arrangements including flexibility and better work-life balance for our employees. Where the work permits, employees will have the ability to participate in our Hybrid Work  and our Flexible Time  programs. Please note, this position is eligible for Hybrid and Flexible work arrangements (subject to change).

Rate
$97,600.00- $122,000.00

How to apply
Qualified applicants are invited to apply using our online application system by Monday, December 5, 2022. Please note all applicants must complete the online questionnaire specific to this position at the time they submit their resume and cover letter in order to be considered. Proof of qualifications will be requested at the interview stage.

Please visit the job posting listed on our careers page and click on the “Apply for this job” button. Instructions will follow.

The City of Guelph is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity in the workplace. We are therefore happy to accommodate any individual needs in keeping with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you require an accommodation in order to participate in the hiring process, please contact us to make your needs known in advance.

Personal information collected through the recruitment process will be used solely to determine eligibility for employment. We thank all candidates in advance; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

Urbaniste / Urban Planner

Situé au nord-est du Nouveau-Brunswick, la région Chaleur comprend environ 36 000 habitants répartis, dès le 1er janvier 2023, dans 3 municipalités et 1 district rural. La région longe la magnifique Baie-des-Chaleurs qui fait partie du prestigieux Club des plus belles baies du monde. Ici, la nature fait partie intégrante de la vie de ses habitants. La région Chaleur est un véritable paradis pour les amoureux de plein air quatre saisons! On retrouve une panoplie d’activités dans notre région : les plages, les terrains de golf, les promenades en bateau, la chasse et la pêche, les sentiers de quad ou de vélo, les sentiers de randonnées dont l’historique Sentier Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq qui relie Bathurst au mont Carleton, plus haut sommet des provinces maritimes et bien plus encore. En hiver, la région Chaleur se couvre de son manteau blanc pour le plus grand plaisir les amateurs de motoneige, de ski de fond, de raquettes ou de vélo à pneus surdimensionnés.

Sous la responsabilité de la directrice de la planification, l’urbaniste offre un soutien professionnel, des conseils et des avis aux municipalités et à la province sur toute question reliée à l’aménagement du territoire et sur les projets d’aménagement. À cet effet, il joue un rôle actif dans la préparation, l’élaboration et la mise en œuvre de plusieurs documents d’urbanisme découlant de la Loi sur l’urbanisme du Nouveau-Brunswick tels que les plans ruraux ou municipaux (y compris leurs mises à jour et amendements), arrêtés, politiques et rapports.

Plus précisément, l’urbaniste aura à gérer et faire les suivis du fond pour les dossiers relatifs aux changements climatiques et participer aux différents comités. Il aura également à travailler sur la rédaction des nouveaux règlements pour les nouvelles entités municipales, tels que les plans municipaux, les plans ruraux, les arrêtés de lotissement et de construction, etc. Il aura également à travailler en équipe avec les inspecteurs et agent d’aménagement lors des cas plus complexes nécessitant l’opinion d’un urbaniste. Finalement, en l’absence de la directrice, il pourra avoir à participer à des comités divers et pourra approuver des dossiers relatifs à des dérogations pour la délivrance de certains permis de construction.

Compétences:

  • Capacité à élaborer et mettre en œuvre des plans, des arrêtés, des politiques, et des procédures opérationnelles dans des domaines variés.
  • Bonne connaissance des lois, des tendances et des nouveautés en matière d’aménagement et d’urbanisme.
  • Habilités à communiquer et à faire des présentations y compris des aptitudes pour s’adresser aux conseils municipaux, aux comités sur lesquels il sert, et au public en général.
  • Capacité de travailler sur plusieurs projets concomitants.
  • Aptitudes à rédiger des rapports professionnels et à maintenir des relations de travail constructives avec l’ensemble des collègues, des citoyens, et des différents intervenants.

Qualifications requises:

  • Baccalauréat en urbanisme, en planification urbaine ou régionale, ou dans un domaine accrédité par l’Institut canadien des Urbanistes;
  • Membre de l’ordre des urbanistes du Québec, de l’Institut canadien des Urbanistes et de l’Association des urbanistes du Nouveau-Brunswick, ou en voie de le devenir;
  • Posséder une expérience minimale de deux années dans le dossier de l’aménagement et l’urbanisme ;
  • Bonnes connaissances dans les processus, principes directeurs, et pratiques relatifs à la planification locale et régionale, à l’aménagement urbain et rural, à l’aménagement des terrains, aux mesures d’adaptation aux changements climatiques, à la gestion de projet, aux méthodes de recherche, et à l’engagement du public.

Rémunération: Varie de 70 000 $ à 90 000 $ par année selon l’échelle salariale en vigueur. La Commission de services régionaux Chaleur offre une gamme d’avantages sociaux concurrentiels incluant une assurance-vie, médicale et dentaire, et un régime de retraite.

Horaire de travail: Trente-cinq (35) heures par semaine sur cinq jours. Ce poste peut impliquer des heures de travail en dehors des heures régulières de bureau pour participer à des réunions de la commission de services régionaux, conseils municipaux, comité d’urbanisme, réunions publiques, projets spéciaux, etc. Les heures supplémentaires sont compensées par des heures de congé équivalentes.

Les gens intéressés à postuler doivent soumettre un curriculum vitae ainsi qu’une lettre de motivation au plus tard le 21 décembre 2022 par l’une des voies suivantes :

Par courrier régulier, par service de messagerie ou en personne :
Véronique Proulx
Directrice du service d’urbanisme,
Commission de services régionaux Chaleur,
702, rue Principale, Suite 2,
Petit-Rocher, N.-B., E8J 1V1.

Par courriel:
veronique.proulx@csrchaleurrsc.ca

Nous remercions toutes les personnes qui poseront leur candidature, mais ne communiquerons qu’avec celles retenues pour une entrevue. Dans ce document, le masculin ou le féminin sont utilisés sans aucune discrimination et uniquement dans le but d’alléger le texte.


Urban Planner
Full-time permanent position

Located in northeastern New Brunswick, the Chaleur region has a population of approximately 36,000 people spread out, as of January 1, 2023, in 3 municipalities and 1 rural district. The region borders the magnificent Baie-des-Chaleurs, which is part of the prestigious World’s Most Beautiful Bays Club. Here, nature is an integral part of the lives of its inhabitants. The Chaleur region is a true paradise for four-season outdoor enthusiasts! Our region offers a wide range of activities: beaches, golf courses, boating, hunting and fishing, ATV and bicycle trails, hiking trails such as the historic Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail that links Bathurst to Mount Carleton, the highest peak in the Maritime provinces, and so much more. In winter, the Chaleur region is covered in its white coat for the pleasure of snowmobilers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and fat bikes.

Reporting to the Planning Director, the Planner provides professional support, advice and guidance to municipalities and the Province on all matters related to land use planning and development projects. To this end, the Planner plays an active role in the preparation, development and implementation of a number of planning documents under the New Brunswick Community Planning Act such as rural and municipal plans (including updates and amendments), by-laws, policies and reports.

More specifically, the urban planner will have to manage and follow up on the background for files related to climate change and participate in various committees. He/she will also have to work on the drafting of new by-laws for new municipal entities, such as municipal plans, rural plans, subdivision, and construction by-laws, etc. He/she will also work as a team with the Inspectors and Development Officer on more complex cases requiring the opinion of a planner. Finally, in the absence of the Director, he/she may have to participate in various committees and may approve files related to the issuance of certain construction permits.

Skills:

  • Ability to develop and implement plans, by-laws, policies, and operating procedures in a variety of areas.
  • Knowledge of planning and development legislation, trends, etc.
  • Communication and presentation skills including ability to address City Councils, committees on which he/she serves and the public.
  • Ability to work on multiple concurrent projects.
  • Ability to write professional reports and maintain constructive working relationships with all colleagues, citizens, and stakeholders.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in urban or regional planning, or in a field accredited by the Canadian Institute of Planners.
  • Membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners and the New Brunswick Association of Planners, or in the process of becoming a member.
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in planning and development.
  • Good knowledge of processes, guiding principles and practices related to local and regional planning, urban and rural planning, land use planning, climate change adaptation, project management, research methods and public engagement.

Compensation: Ranges from $70,000 to $90,000 per year depending on the current salary range. The Chaleur Regional Service Commission offers a competitive benefits package including life, medical and dental insurance, and a pension plan.

Work Schedule: Thirty-five (35) hours per week over five days. This position may involve working outside of regular office hours to attend regional service commission meetings, city councils, planning committees, public meetings, special projects, etc. Overtime is compensated with equivalent time off.

Individuals interested in the position should submit their resume and cover letter as follows:

By regular mail, courier or in person:
Véronique Proulx
Director of the Planning Department,
Chaleur Regional Service Commission,
702 Principale Street, Suite 2
Petit-Rocher, NB, E8J 1V1.

By email:
veronique.proulx@csrchaleurrsc.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. In this document, the masculine or feminine form is used without discrimination and solely for the purpose of lightening the text.

General Manager, Strategic Communications and Community Engagement

When you join the City of Guelph, you join a team of 2000 full and part-time employees who deliver services the community relies on every day. Together, we are bringing to life Guelph’s vision of an inclusive, connected, and prosperous city where we look after each other and our environment.

As a regional top employer, the City of Guelph values its employees and offers competitive salaries, excellent benefit packages, opportunities for professional development, a healthy work-life balance, and many roles with flexible work options. Our corporate values are integrity, service, inclusion, wellness, and learning. Guelph is consistently ranked as one of the best places in Canada to live, work, and play—all good reasons to consider a career in this beautiful city.

The Opportunity

We are recruiting a General Manager, Strategic Communications and Community Engagement within the Strategic Communications and Community Engagement department for the City of Guelph. Under the leadership of the Chief Administrative Officer, the successful candidate will play a leadership role in overseeing and directing the City of Guelph’s strategic communications and community engagement activities. Guided by the goals and objectives of the City of Guelph Corporate Strategic Plan and committed to the Corporate Values of integrity, service, inclusion, wellness, and learning, the candidate will aid in the achievement of the Community Vision for an inclusive, connected, prosperous city.

Your role

Leadership

  • Be responsible for the strategic communications function including but not limited to issues management, internal and external communications, media relations, social media, and advertising.
  • Be a champion for modernization and ensure Guelph’s strategic communications and community engagement efforts respond to changes in the external environment and keep pace with new and emerging methods and practices.
  • Act as a key senior advisor to the CAO and the Executive Leadership Team, taking the lead in reputation management and acting as the chief spokesperson for the City.
  • Be a strategic business partner, working collaboratively with department leaders to advance service delivery as One City, One Voice.
  • Participate in strategic planning for the department as a member of the CAO Service Area leadership team.
  • Provide visible, positive, and engaged leadership to staff.
  • Lead and foster an engaged, high-performing team; promote continuous learning, accountability, professional development, and innovation.
  • Contribute to and show leadership in corporate initiatives, corporate planning, and other corporate activities as a member of the Corporate Management Team.

Department Management

  • Lead communications and engagement strategy, policy and governance for the organization consistent with the City of Guelph Strategic Plan and Guelph’s Community Plan.
  • Oversee the ongoing development and implementation of a digital strategy including a social media program, and the continued enhancement of policies and practices to ensure the City’s communications needs are effectively met at all times.
  • In partnership with others across the organization, support the City’s efforts to standardize, enhance, modernize customer service efforts, including through the City’s digital platforms.
  • Lead the work of the Strategic Communications and Community Engagement department and manage the department’s human, physical and financial resources.

Performance Monitoring and Measurement

  • Monitor the department’s annual performance against established departmental objectives, key performance indicators, and industry best practices.
  • Oversee the refinement of departmental goals and key performance indicators, and support ongoing program evaluation for communications and engagement plans.

Financial Management.

  • Be responsible for the preparation, presentation, and management of the department’s multiyear budget.

Qualifications

  • Extensive experience related to the responsibilities listed above, normally acquired through a degree in Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, or a related field, and extensive experience in Community Engagement, Public Relations, and Issues Management. Candidates with an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Experience providing leadership, guidance, and direction to a team of communications and engagement practitioners in the public sector or similar environment.
  • Experience in the administration of budgeting, financial control, and human resource management.
  • Skills in effective community engagement, issues management, change management, strategic planning, group facilitation, project management, and continuous improvement.
  • Excellent communication, presentation, and relationship management skills with a proven record of establishing effective relationships with elected officials, staff at all levels, the community, and strategic business partners.
  • Ability to manage complexity and multiple competing priorities in fast-paced environments or with projects that are nonlinear.

Rate

$136,800- $171,000 per year

How to apply

Qualified applicants are invited to apply using our online application system by Sunday, November 27, 2022. Please note all applicants must complete the online questionnaire specific to this position at the time they submit their resume and cover letter in order to be considered. Proof of qualifications will be requested at the interview stage.

Please visit the job posting listed on our careers page and click on the “Apply for this job” button. Instructions will follow.

The City of Guelph is an equal-opportunity employer which values diversity in the workplace. We are therefore happy to accommodate any individual needs in keeping with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you require an accommodation to participate in the hiring process, please contact us to make your needs known in advance.

Personal information collected through the recruitment process will be used solely to determine eligibility for employment. We thank all candidates in advance; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

General Manager, Community Engagement and Cultural Services

Situated within the shared, unceded territory of the L̓il̓wat7úl (Líl̓wat People) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish People), the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is a vibrant destination resort community, local government organization and leader in providing municipal programs, services, progressive planning and infrastructure. The RMOW is a high-performance municipal organization and significant tourism economy serving a community of 14,000 permanent residents and over three million annual visitors. Whistler’s vision is to be a place where our community thrives, nature is protected, and guests are inspired.

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the General Manager of Community Engagement and Cultural Services is accountable for the overall direction and management of the Community Engagement and Cultural Services Division. This role leads the assessment and creation of strategic engagement and cultural development initiatives that support the resort community as it evolves to meet the needs of the community, visitors, and environment.

The Community Engagement and Cultural Services Division provides Council, residents, taxpayers, visitors, and the Municipality with leadership and resources in the areas of communications and engagement; cultural services; festival, events, and animation programming; community-facing Whistler Public Library and Recreation facilities; economic development and strategic initiatives; and provides resources and support for large cross-departmental initiatives and municipal fee for service programs.

The General Manager leads the Division in its responsibility for managing how the organization supports and interacts with residents in Whistler while also designing and implementing programs and services that the RMOW offers to visitors. This includes advancing the Arts, Nature, and Heritage components of the Official Community Plan, which includes building capacity within the resort community, and providing opportunities for the community and visitors to share and experience the uniqueness of Whistler in its entirety – its landscape, lifestyle, arts, heritage, built environment, narratives and stories.

As a member of the senior management team and one of four General Manager positions, this role also assists in creating and implementing strategic direction for the entire organization. The General Manager guides a large and diverse team through five direct reports: Manager of Communications; Economic Development and Strategy Analyst; Whistler Public Library Director; Manager of Recreation; and Manager of Village Animation and Events.

Qualified candidates possess a Bachelor’s degree with further specialization in a field such as Communications, Community or StakeholderEngagement, Tourism, or Administration and a minimum of 10 years experience in a senior executive role including proven success in leading large teams with diverse functions. Experience managing public service teams an asset. Qualified candidates should demonstrate experience with community engagement and communication; experience with cultural tourism; experience managing significant budgets including implementation of performance management measures and reporting processes; and a proven record of accomplishment with stakeholder engagement and coordination with an ability to build rapport quickly and assess, identify and convey key findings.

The General Manager role requires a collaborative and community-minded thought leader who leads with a people-first approach. The successful candidate provides clear direction, inspires confidence in others, motivates and garners respect, and has the ability to build trusted relationships and draw people together around common goals. The successful candidate demonstrates a strong commitment to promoting a diverse and equitable workplace and contributes to a positive team environment. The successful candidate has a passion for community as well as the dedication to ensure that Whistler continues to be recognized on an international stage as a year-round world-class resort destination.

This position offers ongoing learning and development opportunities, a comprehensive benefit package, a nine-day fortnight schedule, and eligibility to participate in the organization’s recreation and transit pass program and remote work program. As a requirement of the position, the successful applicant must hold a valid class 5 BC driver’s license and must provide a satisfactory driver’s abstract and a satisfactory Police Information Check prior to beginning employment.

A full position profile is available by contacting hr@whistler.ca. Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter online at Whistler.ca/careers.

Posting No. 142-22| Deadline for applications is Sunday, November 27, 2022

We thank all applicants for their interest however, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.
The Resort Municipality of Whistler is committed to being an equal-opportunity employer who embraces and respects diversity.

City Clerk

CITY OF ORILLIA
CORPORATE SERVICES DEPARTMENT
CITY CLERK

ABOUT ORILLIA
With a population of 32,000, Orillia is a sustainable and creative city that leverages its core strengths: a lively and historic downtown, exciting growth, and vibrant waterfronts along two lakes.  Orillia is located one hour north of the GTA and offers affordable living alongside major employers like Lakehead University, Georgian College, and the Ontario Provincial Police headquarters. Orillia offers an excellent quality of life with four-season recreation and cultural opportunities for every age including impressive parks and trail systems, festivals, galleries, music, and live theatre. Located in the heart of Ontario’s Lake Country, Orillia is a great place to live, work, and explore.

POSITION OVERVIEW

SUMMARY
Pursuant to Section 228 of the Municipal Act, the City Clerk is responsible for recording all resolutions, decisions, and other proceedings of City Council. Responsible for planning, directing, and administering all activities of the Clerk’s Division, preparing Council agendas, administering oaths, conducting the municipal election, vital statistics registrar, maintaining the Municipal Code and Policy Manual, records management, lottery licensing and responsible for customer service at the main counter. This position reports to the General Manager of Corporate Services and City Solicitor.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Exercise the statutory responsibilities of a City Clerk in accordance with the Municipal Act, such as recording all resolutions, decisions, and other proceedings of Council; recording the name and vote of every voting member on any matter or question that requires a vote; keeping the original copies of all by-laws and all minutes of Council proceedings.  Provide advice on parliamentary procedures during meetings to Head of Council/Committee Chair and provide advice to Council and staff on procedural matters, legislative requirements, and/or historical background information. Provide support to certain Committees of Council.
  • Responsible for the preparation of all Council agendas; providing supporting documentation; drafting by-laws, and completion of follow-up correspondence.  Attendance required at all meetings of Council, Council Committee, and Council Committee in Closed Session.  Conducts research and prepares reports and resolutions for Council consideration.
  • Ensure that notice requirements and meetings/hearings are properly conducted pursuant to the Municipal Act, Planning Act, and Development Charges Act. Oversee and direct the coordination of provincial/municipal required notices, letters, advertisements, circulation of by-laws, appeals to the Ontario Municipal Board, affidavits, etc. in accordance with the provincial legislation.
  • Act as Issuer of Marriage Licenses; execute documentation/affidavits as a Commissioner of Oaths; act as Division Registrar for vital statistics, and perform duties as signing officer of the Corporation as appropriate.
  • Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Clerk’s Division; act as a primary information access point for the public; including the corporate customer service and reception functions; booking of corporate boardrooms.
  • Responsible for the Municipal Code and Corporate Policy Manual.  Distribute and provide updates to the Corporation.
  • Conduct municipal elections, including the establishment of voting subdivisions; preparation of the voters’ list; hiring and supervision of staff; purchase and preparation of supplies; location of voting stations; training election staff; and monitoring elections staff performance. Also responsible for preparation of the Council Inauguration Event and for ensuring ongoing governance training for Members of Council.
  • Oversee the corporate records management program, including the annual records purge and electronic database, and oversee the issuance of all lottery licenses; ensure reporting requirements are met under the Ontario Alcohol and Gaming Commission regulations.
  • Prepare, review and recommend annual Clerk’s Division budget; monitor/administer approved budget and report on same, and authorize payment of accounts.
  • Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator (FOI):  responsible for the statutory function of decision-making on FOI access requests under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act Legislation, including acting as City’s representative in appeal and representation processes; up-to-date knowledge of MFIPPA legislation through courses; submission of an annual report to Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.  Act as a resource person for the public/staff/Council/Committees giving advice on privacy/access issues; reviewing personal information banks and procedure manual.

POSITION EDUCATION, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public/business administration, political science, or a closely related field.
  • At least five years of significant progressive management experience in a municipal environment or an administrative tribunal.
  • Thorough working knowledge of the Municipal Act, Municipal Elections Act, Planning Act, Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and other legislation applicable to municipalities and knowledge of municipal-level parliamentary practices, municipal politics, and governance.
  • Professional accreditation (e.g., CMO, AMP, AOMC) from the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO) would be considered as an asset.
  • University Degree in Law (LL.B.) or J.D. with a license to practice as a lawyer from the Law Society of Ontario is an asset.
  • Experience developing strategic and operational plans, processes, and policies to support municipal by-laws, legislative requirements, and corporate objectives.
  • Demonstrated leadership, negotiation, communication, and political acuity to deal effectively and tactfully with Council, staff, citizens, other levels of government, and the media.
  • Strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills and demonstrated ability to maintain a high standard of professionalism, transparency, sound judgment, diplomacy, and confidentiality.
  • Ability to present issues and reports to Council and committees and represent the division on various committees; or experience presenting to large groups at a senior leadership level.
  • Ability to work and alter hours as needed to attend evening Council/Committee meetings and to meet deadlines.
  • Excellent computer skills using MS Office Suite including Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, Share Point and the Internet.
  • Must possess a valid class ‘G’ Ontario driver’s licence and access to a reliable vehicle.
  • A current and acceptable Criminal Record Check is required for this position at the incumbent’s expense, prior to the commencement date.

Compensation for this position is $110,872 to $129,706 (2023 rates) pursuant to the Salary Grid for exempt employees based on a 35-hour work week, plus a comprehensive benefits package. Applications will be accepted until January 2, 2023, at noon.

Applications will only be accepted by applying online. Please visit Careers.Orillia.ca

We thank all applicants that apply and advise that only those to be interviewed will be contacted. The City of Orillia is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free environment. Accommodation will be provided in all steps of the hiring process.  Please advise the City of Orillia Human Resources Department if you require any accommodations to ensure you can participate fully and equally during the recruitment and selection process. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection and Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, and will be used for the purpose of candidate selection. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Freedom of Information Coordinator, 50 Andrew St. S., Suite 300, Orillia ON L3V 7T5 or call 705-325-1311.

Director, Corporate Marketing

The Opportunity

About Us

Home to endless skies and boundless opportunities, Grande Prairie is located in the heart of the Peace Region in Northwestern Alberta. The largest urban center north of Alberta’s capital, Grande Prairie is a thriving young city of over 69,000 with a median age of 32; a full 10 years younger than the national average. Whether it’s parents pushing a stroller, children filling the Eastlink Centre, or families biking on one of the many trails, there are signs of youth everywhere you turn.

Grande Prairie’s youthfulness arises from the exciting opportunities that enabled population growth of over 73% between 2001 and 2021. More than 80 different cultural and ethnic groups contribute to the community which not only serves as a hub for the surrounding area but also as the heart of a thriving regional population of almost 300,000 people. Attracting businesses, jobs, and people is enabled by a well-balanced blend of the agricultural industry, strategic location, and diverse wealth of natural resources including oil, natural gas, coal, and lumber.

This diversity provides a great opportunity for careers across a variety of industries. In addition, Alberta’s newest Polytechnical institution (Northwestern Polytechnical) serves as the capstone for an outstanding local educational system that facilitates personal and career growth across a full range of opportunities. The community offers an intriguing mix of mid-size city community and big city amenities that is often referred to as “urban without urban grind”.

There is endless possibility for residents to get involved and connected! For sport and recreation fans, there is a wide variety of parks and trails to explore across the city, as well as several state-of-the-art recreational facilities. Exciting and engaged art and culture community is also very active in venues such as the Montrose Cultural Centre, the Centre for Creative Arts, and the Grande Prairie Live Theatre and supported by a multitude of cultural and neighbourhood associations.

With something for everyone, Grande Prairie is the perfect place to thrive!

The Role

The Director of Branding & Marketing will be responsible for organizing, refining, and unifying the development of the corporate marketing strategy and delivering on the objectives of the City Council and senior administration. The Director will provide leadership strategic oversight of the City’s marketing initiatives, build, and implement the City’s branding strategy, and lead the marketing and digital media team.

The Director will be called on to provide leadership in public relations, media relations, event planning, social media strategy, public engagement, and marketing campaigns including the positioning of our community facilities as exciting advertising and sponsorship prospects.

We are looking for a highly motivated, results-based individual with a successful track record in marketing management roles.

This individual is a proven leader with previous senior leadership and financial accountability experience, capable of driving a team of high-performing specialists.  The successful candidate will be a dynamic, flexible individual proficient in navigating rapidly changing environments while ensuring marketing solutions remain aligned with corporate objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Directly lead and manage the marketing specialist staff.
  • Develop, execute, manage, and reinforce the City’s brand strategy.
  • Lead the development and management of the City’s internal and external corporate marketing campaigns, including developing marketing briefs for senior leadership and ensuring corporate marketing campaigns aligned with corporate strategic and annual plan objectives.
  • Lead campaign execution; acts as the primary point of contact for internal/ external agency counterparts, and other partners.
  • Create and manage marketing and advertising strategies to maximize revenue and achieve fiscal business objectives through accurate costing and budgeting.
  • Establish and enforce marketing standards while seeking out best practices and emerging marketing trends.

You Bring

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Communication, Marketing, Public Relations, or a discipline related plus a minimum of five (5) years of senior administrative experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience with the Municipal Government Act and related statutes are preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience working in municipal operations, under applicable legislation; using relevant standards; effective marketing; and policy formation is considered an asset
  • Ability to provide strong visionary and pragmatic leadership and accomplished in taking appropriate action and in the delegation of both authority and responsibility where appropriate.
  • ·Strong entrepreneurial, leadership, management, analytical, and interpersonal skills with the ability to use tact, diplomacy, and mature judgment.
  • The successful candidate will be networking locally and beyond our municipal boundaries, building strong relationships internally and externally, and creating a sphere of influence that drives economic development and regional investments. Experience in a municipal or public sector setting is considered an asset.

The successful candidate will also have:

  • Applied knowledge of executing strategic marketing principles and strategies including but not limited to, branding, media relations, plans, and analyze trends.
  • Exceptionally strong research, writing, and editing skills.
  • Relationship building and networking skills.
  • High level of political acumen to navigate the complexities of the position.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication and public relations skills.
  • Ability to interact well with, and respond to needs related to employees, the management team, the Council, and the residents, groups, and businesses of the community.
  • Excellent leadership, collaboration, and supervisory skills.
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and exercise appropriate diplomacy and discretion.
  • Self-motivated, and able to develop and execute strategy with little or no supervision.
  • Ability to develop, interpret, implement, and adhere to organizational strategy, business plans, budgets, policies, and procedures.

Hours

Routinely Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week, and after-hours and weekends as required.

Salary/Wage

A highly competitive compensation package will be provided including an attractive base salary and excellent benefits. Further details will be discussed in a personal interview.

 

**Interested candidates are advised that, while a search closing date is identified for this position, it may stay open longer if circumstances warrant and it may be closed sooner should an ideal candidate express interest. Please do not hesitate to express your interest if that ideal candidate is you.**

Fire Chief

Town of Stephenville
FIRE CHIEF

The Town of Stephenville is in scenic Bay St. George. It has a sound economic infrastructure based on longtime commercial interests and industries. It has a 42-bed hospital, a thriving education system including the Provincial Headquarters of the College of the North Atlantic, and a multitude of recreational facilities and activities. It has a wonderful blend of intriguing natural beauty, fascinating history, warm hospitality, and rich cultural tradition. The area is home to a blend of French, English, Scottish and Mi’kmaq Indian ancestries, combining to form a unique mixture of culture and tradition.

Since its beginning in May of 1844, Stephenville has grown significantly. The first census report in 1844 cited 103 inhabitants in the area. The 2021 official Census Canada population was 6,540 and Stephenville is the service centre for an area of approximately 25,000. Stephenville has grown into an efficient and vibrant community. It is the second largest community on Newfoundland’s west coast. It provides an exceptional quality of life and has a prominent level of industrial activity. The Town of Stephenville is a wonderful place to work, live and raise a family.

Stephenville is also the proposed home to a cutting-edge Green Hydrogen facility which may represent one of the largest private sector investments in Atlantic Canada, a variety of aviation-based industries connected to the acquisition, modernization, and development of our airport by the Dymond group of companies, and several new and exciting industrial developments. These developments propose to drive development in both the size and population of the Town in the coming years.

The Stephenville Fire Department provides fire prevention, suppression, ice water rescue, extrication, airport rescue/firefighting, traffic responses, medical responses, public education, and additional emergency protection to the surrounding areas of Cold Brook and Noel’s Pond. The Fire Department is comprised of both full-time paid firefighters, and auxiliary firefighters.

The Town of Stephenville is looking for a dynamic and forward-thinking Fire Chief to join its management team and provide vision, sound management, executive leadership, and strategic direction for the operation of the Fire Department now and in the future to meet potential new growth opportunities within the Town and at the airport. The position reports to the Town Manager and is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, controlling, evaluating, improving the development, and delivery of the Fire Department’s priorities, services, programs, and operations including training programs. The position manages Human Resources functional areas including workforce planning, recruitment, employee development, performance management, effective labour management relations including grievances and contract negotiations.

The Roles and Responsibilities of the Fire Chief includes:

  • Providing input and direction for all matters discussed within the Senior Management Team.
  • Providing subject matter expert advice, guidance, and leadership to various stakeholders including Council, employees, boards, commissions, civic groups and the public on fire safety and emergencies.
  • Providing leadership as Incident Commander during emergency response when required.
  • Evaluating and assessing problems relating to fire prevention, community needs, employees, and public safety.
  • Ensuring compliance with Provincial and Federal legislation and applicable bylaws, including department’s policies and regulations.
  • Preparing and administering the Fire Department’s budget in consultation with the Town Manager.
  • Developing policies and procedures for fire prevention and standard operating procedures
  • Reviewing, revising, and implementing all fire department training and staff development programs including volunteer recruitment, retention, and weekly training programs.
  • Administering fire service contracts, mutual aid contracts and all related negotiations.
  • Acting as fire service representative for Emergency Management planning.
  • Establishing and maintaining a fire prevention program and completing fire and life safety inspections as required.
  • Supporting day-to-day operations. Responding, as required, to fires and other emergencies and directing, as needed, the operations of assigned staff.
  • Ensuring Stephenville Airport meets the standards and regulations set out by Transport Canada regarding Aircraft Fire Fighting at Airports and Aerodromes – Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs)
  • Understanding of Federal and Provincial Legislation, codes and regulations, and municipal by-laws; legislation, policies, procedures, directives, and guidelines affecting municipal fire services.
  • Other duties and special projects as assigned

Training and Certification

  • NFPA Certification including:

– NFPA 1001, Firefighter Level II
– NFPA 1002 or willing to obtain within 12 months of hire.
– NFPA 1031, or willing to obtain within 12 months of hire
– NFPA 1041 Level I Certification
– NFPA 1003 Certification or willing to obtain within 12 months of hire
– NFPA 1021, Fire Officer Level 1 certification from an entity accredited by IFSAC and/or ProBoard or  obtain within 12 months of hire

  • Incident Command System 100 and 200 (ICS 100 and 200)
  • Completed coursework or certification in Basic Emergency Management, Emergency Operations Centre Management (EOCM), and Exercise Program Management.
  • Valid certificate in Advanced First Aid for Firefighters.
  • Class 5 NL Driver’s License with Air Brake Endorsement
  • Must have or be willing to gain experience that meets standards and regulations set out by Transport Canada regarding Aircraft Fire Fighting at Airports and Aerodromes – Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs).
  • Incident Command System Blue Card or ICS Canada will be an asset.
  • Must possess the rank of Captain (for internal employees only):

The ideal candidate must have proven strategic thinking with tactical expertise and ability to rally others around a vision for Fire Services. Demonstrated abilities to effectively lead and respond under demanding and high-stress situations that require a decisive response and confident leadership. A Post-secondary diploma or degree would be an asset or related discipline related to the position. A minimum of 10 years of related experience at a senior management level in core fire services field. Experience managing in a unionized department within a municipal fire service will be an asset. Must be proficient in Outlook, Word, PowerPoint & Excel. Other qualities required includes a proven reputation for building and leading strong teams, and empowering firefighters in the delivery of superior services. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional relationship building skills to quickly establish credibility and trust to continually improve the experience of firefighters and residents.

This is a fulltime position based on 35 hours per week, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm with an expectation of emergency response after hours, evening auxiliary training and to work on-call. Competitive compensation commensurate with experience and qualifications and a competitive medical and retirement benefits package.

The successful applicant must reside in, or within 8 km, of the fire department within the Town of Stephenville for emergency response.

If you are interested in a once in a lifetime opportunity to become part of a dedicated team to provide and lead effective and efficient fire services and programs now and in the future to guide Stephenville through significant commercial and residential growth, please submit a covering letter and resume. Preference will be given to candidates with career firefighting experience, supervisory experience in a career or composite (career and volunteer) firefighting environment, and experience in a unionized career firefighting environment. The letter and resume should clearly outline how you meet the qualifications for this position and why you want to work for the Town of Stephenville, and provide at least three (3) professional references to:

LW Consulting
36 Yetman Drive
Mount Pearl, NL, A1N 3A8

The successful candidate will be required to provide a recent Certificate of Conduct and Vulnerable Sector Check. Applicants are to submit their letter and resume electronically to lewisgerard47@gmail.com.  This job notice will remain active, until the position is filled.

Shift Service Supervisor – Relief

Job title:                               Shift Service Supervisor – Relief
Job ID:                                   20220582
Location:                              Greater Vancouver Area
Full/Part Time:                  Full-time
Regular/Temporary:       Regular

Marketing Statement

As the largest operating company in the integrated TransLink enterprise, Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) operates a fleet of clean-fuel conventional and community shuttle buses, zero-emission trolley buses, and passenger ferry SeaBuses in Metro Vancouver, the largest single transit service area in Canada.

At CMBC, one of BC’s Top Employers, we’re committed to providing an innovative, healthy, and engaging workforce. This is reflected in our workforce of over 5,500 employees performing over 400 unique jobs, who are committed and empowered to deliver service that attracts nearly 1.1 million passengers daily and connects people, businesses, and communities in the Metro Vancouver region.

We have the important job of helping our passengers get to work, appointments, visiting with family and friends, and back again every day. Metro Vancouver relies on us, and we take that as a point of pride.

Responsibilities

  1. Assigns vehicles to scheduled and non-scheduled runs according to operational and maintenance requirements including:
    a) arranging parking by vehicle and lane number to ensure an efficient operation.
    b) coordinating scheduling and other changes with Transit Control, Depot Office. Maintenance Staff, Transit Operators and Service Persons, in response to planned service requirements and unforeseen disruptions, Shift Service Supervisor – December 5, 1995.
    c) advising Depot Office of the unavailability of vehicles needing service and making recommendations as to which runs can be cancelled or pre-cancelled,
    d) minimizing delays by monitoring yard traffic and responding to trouble calls.
  2. Supervises the servicing of fleet vehicles including:
    a) planning and scheduling work to be performed on vehicles, adjusting priorities and reassigning work in unplanned or emergency situations to ensure that all fleet servicing and scheduled transit service requirements are met.
    b) directing shift staff who wash, refuel, sweep, dust and flush vehicles, and who also conduct total safety inspections of vehicles when necessary,
    c) performing spot checks on serviced vehicles to confirm that servicing requirements are maintained.
    d) training, motivating and managing the performance of shift staff.
  3. Maintains safe work practices by ensuring that staff are aware of WHMIS and other safety regulations and procedures such as doing monthly safety inspections of the service property, monthly disinfecting of vehicle phones, safely disposing of needles found on fleet vehicles, and training staff in new safety procedures.
  4. Responsible for yard property including:
    a) checking the yard for toxic or chemical spills, and organizing the cleanup of toxic or chemical spills using recommended materials,
    b) isolating problem areas after power outages or when lines trip, and re-setting the overhead power.
    c) liaising with Building Maintenance to keep the property in good order.
    d) securing the property at all times, contacting Security if necessary.
  5. In the absence of a Supervisor in the Diesel Section and a Supervisor in the Trolley Section, provides guidance to shop staff, completes shop accident reports, resets shop power outages, secures the shop and office property, and ensures there is First Aid coverage.
  6. Checks time sheets for accuracy and completeness, and manages overtime usage. Completes fuel and oil inventory sheets, vehicle inventories and other servicing records as required.
  7. Liaises with oncoming Shift Service Supervisor or the Service Supervisor to ensure the continuous flow of work

Qualifications

General academic background equivalent to high school graduation plus a course in supervisory techniques.

Job requires two (2) years previous experience in a commercial vehicle servicing or operation capacity to gain a broad general knowledge regarding vehicle service requirements, scheduling techniques, etc. Minimum of up to one (1) year in the position to become familiar with the CMBC organization, service runs, supervisory and shift responsibilities, safety and servicing standards, and applicable sections of union agreements.

Other Information

Recruitment Process: An applicant will be required to demonstrate their suitability for this position by meeting the minimum level of qualifications and experience in order to be invited into the selection process. A standard interview format will be used including general, scenario and behavioural descriptive interview questions.

COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy

To support public health, and protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and their families, Coast Mountain Bus Company employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID19 and will need to provide proof of full vaccination status in compliance with the employer’s COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy.

Accommodations may be applicable under the BC Human Rights Code. Should an applicant be unable to provide proof of full vaccination and should an accommodation be requested, additional information will be required to determine whether the individual is entitled to be accommodated.

Work Schedule

37.5 hours per week.

Work Designation

Resident – This position works predominately on-site

Rate of Pay

Salary starting from: $73,406 per annum.

The Total Compensation Package includes Extended Health, Dental, Transit Pass and enrollment in the Public Service Pension Plan. Focus on your development through tuition reimbursement, training, and mentorship programs. Enjoy a variety of health and wellness programs, including access to gym facilities. Speak to us to know more about what we offer.

How to Apply

Visit our Career Site or click here and apply through our job portal.

INSTRUCTIONS: Please save your (1) cover letter, and your (2) resume as one pdf document prior to uploading your application on-line.

Closing Date: Until Filled

Please note that only those short listed will be contacted.

Having issues applying? Review our System Requirements and Support or email jobs@coastmountainbus.com for assistance.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce that is free of all forms of discrimination. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and will work with you to meet your needs. If you are a person with a disability and require assistance during the application process, please reach out! We celebrate our inclusive work environment and welcome members of all backgrounds, skills, and perspectives.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, simply email us at jobs@coastmountainbus.com.

Bodyperson

Job title:                              Bodyperson
Job ID:                                  20220162
Location:                             Greater Vancouver Area
Full/Part Time:                  Full-time
Regular/Temporary:       Regular

Division
Maintenance

Department
VP Maintenance

Union Affiliation
CUPE

Marketing Statement
As the largest operating company in the integrated TransLink enterprise, Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) operates a fleet of clean-fuel conventional and community shuttle buses, zero-emission trolley buses, and passenger ferry SeaBuses in Metro Vancouver, the largest single transit service area in Canada.

At CMBC, one of BC’s Top Employers, we’re committed to providing an innovative, healthy, and engaging workforce. This is reflected in our workforce of over 5,500 employees performing over 400 unique jobs, who are committed and empowered to deliver service that attracts nearly 1.1 million passengers daily and connects people, businesses, and communities in the Metro Vancouver region.

We have the important job of helping our passengers get to work, appointments, visiting with family and friends, and back again every day. Metro Vancouver relies on us, and we take that as a point of pride.

Responsibilities
General body work, including but not limited to corrosion restoration, body maintenance, and collision repair work on buses and other transit vehicles: metal bumping, filling, sanding, welding (including; Mild Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, and assorted Plastics), panel replacement, heavy frame straightening, plywood floor repairs, various types of glass replacements, and all other required body work.

Applicants must be familiar with repairing and replacing Fiberglass and other Assorted Plastic Materials.

Qualifications
BCTQ in Automotive Body Repair. Must have served a 4-year apprenticeship in auto body repairing and have had journeyperson experience in vehicle collision repair work. Preference will be given to applicants who have some experience in modern repairing. Applicants may be required to demonstrate their ability. Capable, after training, of holding a Class 2 driver’s licence with air ticket.

An up-to-date driver’s abstract must accompany application. Maximum 6 points in the past 3 years, no impaired convictions, roadside suspensions, or prohibitions in the past 5 years. Will be required to undergo a comprehensive medical examination.

Other Information
Recruitment Process: An applicant will be required to demonstrate their suitability for this position by meeting the minimum level of qualifications and experience in order to be invited into the selection process. A standard interview format will be used including general, scenario, and behavioural descriptive interview questions.

COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy

To support public health, and protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and their families, Coast Mountain Bus Company employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID19 and will need to provide proof of full vaccination status in compliance with the employer’s COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy.

Accommodations may be applicable under the BC Human Rights Code. Should an applicant be unable to provide proof of full vaccination and should accommodation be requested, additional information will be required to determine whether the individual is entitled to be accommodated.

Work Schedule
37.5 hours per week.

Rate of Pay
$47.72 per hour.

The Total Compensation Package includes Extended Health, Dental, Transit Pass, and enrollment in the Public Service Pension Plan. Focus on your development through tuition reimbursement, training, and mentorship programs. Enjoy a variety of health and wellness programs, including access to gym facilities. Speak to us to know more about what we offer.

How to Apply
Visit our Career Site and apply through our job portal.

INSTRUCTIONS: Please save your (1) cover letter, and your (2) resume as one pdf document prior to uploading your application online.

Closing Date: Until Filled

Please note that only those short-listed will be contacted.

Having issues applying? Review our System Requirements and Support or email jobs@coastmountainbus.com for assistance.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce that is free of all forms of discrimination. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and will work with you to meet your needs. If you are a person with a disability and require assistance during the application process, please reach out! We celebrate our inclusive work environment and welcome members of all backgrounds, skills, and perspectives.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, simply email us at jobs@coastmountainbus.com.

Trimmer

Job title:                            Trimmer
Job ID:                                20210265
Location:                           Greater Vancouver Area
Full/Part Time:                Full-time
Regular/Temporary:     Regular

Division
Maintenance

Department
Trim Shop

Marketing Statement
As the largest operating company in the integrated TransLink enterprise, Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) operates a fleet of clean-fuel conventional and community shuttle buses, zero-emission trolley buses, and passenger ferry SeaBuses in Metro Vancouver, the largest single transit service area in Canada.

At CMBC, one of BC’s Top Employers, we’re committed to providing an innovative, healthy, and engaging workforce. This is reflected in our workforce of over 5,500 employees performing over 400 unique jobs, who are committed and empowered to deliver service that attracts nearly 1.1 million passengers daily and connects people, businesses, and communities in the Metro Vancouver region.

We have the important job of helping our passengers get to work, appointments, visiting with family and friends, and back again every day. Metro Vancouver relies on us, and we take that as a point of pride.

Responsibilities
Perform on assigned shift, a variety of upholstery duties including make-up, repair & installation of seat covers repair and replace foam cushions bonding of seat covers to foam and frames repair and modifications to pneumatic &/or electrically operated driver’s seat repairs to articulated bus bellows manufacture of safety screens and covers other related duties as required.

Qualifications
Grade 12 or equivalent Must be able to custom fit auto upholstery and operate an industrial sewing machine. Minimum of 8 years work experience at the journeyman level. Vocational courses in Auto Upholstery an asset. Some experience in furniture upholstery an asset. Clear driver’s licence. An up-to-date driving abstract must company application.

Other Information
Recruitment Process: An applicant will be required to demonstrate their suitability for this position by meeting the minimum level of qualifications and experience in order to be invited into the selection process. A standard interview format will be used including general, scenario, and behavioural descriptive interview questions.

COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy
To support public health, and protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and their families, Coast Mountain Bus Company employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID19 and will need to provide proof of full vaccination status in compliance with the employer’s COVID19 Safety Vaccination Policy.

Accommodations may be applicable under the BC Human Rights Code. Should an applicant be unable to provide proof of full vaccination, and should an accommodation be requested, additional information will be required to determine whether the individual is entitled to be accommodated.

Work Schedule
37.5 hours per week.

Work Designation
Resident
This position works predominately on-site.

Rate of Pay
$47.72 per hour.

The Total Compensation Package includes Extended Health, Dental, Transit Pass, and enrollment in the Public Service Pension Plan. Focus on your development through tuition reimbursement, training, and mentorship programs. Enjoy a variety of health and wellness programs, including access to gym facilities. Speak to us to know more about what we offer.

How to Apply
Visit our Career Site and apply through our job portal.

INSTRUCTIONS: Please save your (1) cover letter, and your (2) resume as one pdf document prior to
uploading your application online.

Closing Date: Until Filled

Please note that only those short listed will be contacted.

Having issues applying? Review our System Requirements and Support or email jobs@coastmountainbus.com for assistance.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce that is free of all forms of discrimination. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and will work with you to meet your needs. If you are a person with a disability and require assistance during the application process, please reach out! We celebrate our inclusive work environment and welcome members of all backgrounds, skills, and perspectives.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, simply email us at jobs@coastmountainbus.com.

Senior Director of Corporate Services

Title:                       Senior Director of Corporate Services
Department:      Corporate Services
Status:                   Full-time, Permanent
Salary:                   $153,018.91 per annum, 35 hour/week
Settlement
Allowance:           $22,378.25
Union Status:      Excluded
Closing Date:       Open Until Filled

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Senior Director of Corporate Services is the Chief Financial Officer for the City and is responsible for overseeing all facets of the City’s financial operations. The Senior Director of Corporate Services will direct the City of Iqaluit’s Finance, Procurement and Information Technology Divisions. Through regular consultation with senior staff, this position is responsible for the development, formulation and administration of policies and programs to ensure that the operational objectives of the divisions are met.

As a valued member of the senior management team, the Senior Director of Corporate Services will appear before Council on a regular basis and will work closely with key stakeholders throughout the organization to plan, develop, recommend and implement financial strategies, policies, systems and process to ensure the City acts in accordance with Council’s direction and external regulations. The Senior Director of Corporate Services provide leadership to all functions within the Finance Department including budgeting, financial reporting and monitoring, financial analysis, revenue, utility billing, collections, purchasing, inventory, taxation, payroll, revenue collection and community funding. The Senior Director of Corporate Services will be responsible for providing strategic direction and annual work plans for the department as well as the planning, coordination and supervision of department activities. The Senior Director of Corporate Services’ business and financial acumen provides them the ability to execute strategies that will secure the financial health and sustainability of the City. The Director ensures that these functions are able to respond to the present and future needs of the City. The diversity and autonomy of these functions requires the Director to establish practical and workable organizational and reporting structures, clear and effective policies and procedures.

The Director has ultimate responsibility for the budgets of these functions and is responsible for overall development and control of department capital and operating budgets to ensure the delivery to all users of accurate, timely and pertinent financial and management information.

The Director will assist the Chief Administrative Officer as needed and may be required to perform the duties of the Chief Administrative Officer in his/her absence from time to time.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • A University degree in Business Administration, Commerce, Economics or related field.
  • Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation
  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in the financial management of a municipality and/or senior financial management position.

PREFFERED EXPERIENCE

  • This position requires a comprehensive knowledge of municipal government systems, particularly in the areas which are under the position’s direction (accounting, finance, procurement, and information technology) as well as personnel practices.
  • Operating knowledge of financial management, budgeting and reporting software (i.e. Central Square, Questica, Caseware)
  • Strong communication and managerial skills are required. Incumbent must be familiar with economic trends, the investment community, and the needs of the operating departments.
  • A broad financial background with emphasis on Government and Municipal Operations is required with the ability to account for and control a large and diverse budget.
  • Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook and analyzing complex financial data.

Equivalencies that include a combination of education, knowledge, skills and abilities to formal education may be considered.

Due to the nature of this position, the successful candidate must provide a clear Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check.

Please visit our website https://www.iqaluit.ca/careers to apply.

The City of Iqaluit embraces the intent and spirit of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.  Priority will be given to Nunavut Inuit; Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive consideration under this agreement.

Only those selected to interview will be contacted.

 

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Director, Legislative & Administrative Services

Date:  July 20, 2022
Location: RancheHouse, Cochrane Alberta
Type:    Full-Time Permanent, Non-Union Salary
Closing: Position will be open until suitable candidate is found, as a high priority position we will begin selections for next stage of recruitment commencing August 8th, 2022.
Application: Submit resume and cover letter to www.cochrane.ca/jobs.

We evaluate applications with a great deal of care and consideration and appreciate the time and effort put into job applications by job applicants – it is a job looking for a job! With this in mind, we are transparent that we are big fans of cover letters to link your unique skills and experience to the position we are filling.

Organization Overview

The Town of Cochrane

Our organization is experiencing a cultural evolution and unprecedented growth with a focus on transparency, critical thinking, curiosity, reflection and innovation. We support experimentation as part of the growth process and strive for continuous improvement. We inspire a shared organizational belonging, in turn, providing exceptional service delivery to residents, visitors and guests to the beautiful community.

Our Values Inspire
A Shared Vision

We inspire a shared vision to think beyond the immediate and explore multiple potential paths. As the leaders of the Town, we ensure business goals are met by actively planning, evaluating, and updating the approach and thinking, when needed. We share information transparently and appropriately. We listen to our team’s input and establish connections to organization and community priorities.

People Matter
As leaders we build a foundation of positive, intentional, and trusting professional relationships. We empower people to achieve personal growth and nurture the Town’s organizational values.

Lead Yourself, Influence Others
We lead ourselves from the inside out by aligning to the Town’s values and seeking self-awareness, self- regulation, and continually reflecting. Understanding the impact of our positional power and authority. We demonstrate the courage to do what is right, even if it is not easy.

Always Learning, Always Growing
We approach situations with curiosity, seeking opportunities to learn and innovate, and question the applicability of past approaches in the current environment. In a leadership role we both pursue and encourage personal and professional growth, while modeling behaviour that is supportive of experimentation and the philosophy that failure is part of the growth process.

We Are Who We Decide To Be
In everything we do we model behavior to foster an environment which reinforces the Town’s culture to align with organizational values. We intentionally choose our culture every day.

The Role

The Director, Legislative and Administrative Services supports and contributes to the overall corporate culture, mission, vision, and values through demonstrating corporate leadership competencies and strategic decision making. Provides leadership to the Legislative and Administrative Services departments for the Town of Cochrane. Reporting to the Executive Director, Corporate Services, this position focuses on building systems and effective interdepartmental service delivery by an engaged team, this role is key in ensuring value for Cochrane residents.

The Director will lead and support strategy, process, and policy development to help drive Legislative and Administrative services. The position does this by working on building systems with internal and external stakeholders and partners to proactively identify and pursue opportunities; building and maintaining senior relationships within government, industry, and stakeholders; and leading collaborative interdepartmental initiatives.

Key Accountabilities

Corporate

Responsible for the delivery of municipal service levels, direction, and administration of the Legislative Services and Administrative Services Departments.

Oversees the departmental operating and capital budget development while ensuring effective financial, business planning and spending practices.

Demonstrates a commitment to upholding our corporate culture, mission, vision, and values established by the organization through active participation and regular communication to all internal and external stakeholders.

Ensures policies and legislative requirements of the municipality are implemented and aligned with Administrative and Council priorities according to the Municipal Government Act (MGA) and related applicable legislation.

Provides leadership, coaching and strategic support to all reporting Managers in the development and implementation of departmental budgets, employees, service delivery and operational plans.

Translates Council objectives into respective department goals by ensuring clear understanding and communication and ensures that divisional objectives are being met.

Active participant in the Emergency Management program and related training.

Leads the development of long-term master plans or studies and oversees the implementation of such according to Council’s direction.

Ensures all work is performed in accordance with workplace health and safety standards and that all Town policies and procedures and any provincial or federal legislation are current and upheld.

Divisional

Directs and manages legal matters including obtaining legal advice as required.

Leads and develops organizational risk management and mitigation strategies and policies.

Manages the receipt, investigation, and disposition of all liability claims against the Town in consultation with legal counsel and insurance providers.

Leads the customer service and administrative support functions across the organization.

Leads teams responsible for Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP), records management, Municipal Clerk, policy development, elections, procurement support and legislative compliance, and insurance administration functions.

Oversees the preparation of contracts, leases, agreements, and land disposition ensuring statutory and legal requirements are met.

Analyzes the business requirements of all departments to determine their legislative and administrative needs and identifies opportunities for improvement.

Directs and implements changes to legislative and administrative systems and processes within departments, and across the organization.

Provides professional expertise, advice and information to senior staff and Council.

Develops, analyzes, reviews, and implements administrative support and customer service processes, systems, and controls to ensure smooth, efficient, and effective functional operation.

Education and Experience

  • University degree or related academic education, with a master’s level being advantageous.
  • Legal or Public Administration post-secondary degree would be advantageous.
  • Minimum of five (5) years progressive senior managerial experience in a related field.

Qualifications

  • Demonstrated experience working from a critical thought process mindset grounded in transparency and accountability.
  • A proven reputation for building and leading strong teams, and empowering staff in the delivery of superior services.
  • Exceptional professional relationship building skills to quickly establish credibility and trust to continually improve the experience of the taxpayer and staff.
  • Ability to develop and review comprehensive business documents including grant applications, contracts, status reports, policies, procedures, bylaws, project charters, requests for proposal and technology documentation.
  • Demonstrated experience with a high degree of collaboration, innovation, and creativity arising from experience as a senior level manager.
  • Strong skill in being able to synthesize relevant information to be taken to the Executive Director level for strategic planning and decision making for the section.
  • Proven career progression within an administrative or legal services context.
  • Proven written and oral communication skills.

Community Peace Officer I – Traffic

Job Number: # J0622-1467

Job Type: Permanent Full-Time

Location: Rocky View County, Alberta

Number of Positions:   1

Salary: $78,000 – $81,900 / Year

The 40,000 people who call Rocky View County home live in a diverse blend of rural, hamlet, and country residential communities on one million acres to the west, north, and east of Calgary. Our dedicated employees work with a variety of stakeholders to develop innovative and unique solutions for our complex municipality. To continue to enhance the quality of life in our communities, we seek individuals who thrive on challenges, who provide excellent customer service in a fast-paced environment, and whose positive energy enables the County to grow and prosper.

Position Summary:

Community Peace Officers Level I (Traffic) within the County play a vital role in our community with respect to enforcing select Provincial Acts and municipal bylaws.  These officers have a diverse and dynamic set of responsibilities and a commitment to promote safe and secure communities.

Reporting to a Supervisor, this position works within applicable legislation, policies and procedures, the Canadian Charter or Rights and Freedoms, and other provincial statutes.  The Community Peace Officers Level I (Traffic) exercises its authority as a Peace Officer under the Alberta Peace Officer Act.

Core Accountabilities:

  • Adhere to the requirements and directives as outlined under the Appointment granted by the Solicitor General and Public Safety Office, the Community Peace Officer Policy including the Code of Conduct, and the County’s Authorization to Employ Peace Officers.
  • Interprets and enforces various levels of legislation (municipal and provincial) through verbal and written warnings and issuing violation tickets.
  • Enforce weight restrictions and infrastructure protection and ensures compliance of Road Use Agreements.  Ensures safety of drivers and the public when detaining vehicles and drivers.
  • Work in accordance with the requirements established by the RVC Health and Safety Program and the Alberta OHS Act, Regulation and Code.
  • Take reasonable care to protect their health and safety and other persons at or in the vicinity of the worksite while they are working.
  • Review and make recommendations for new or existing County Bylaws.
  • Conduct public educational seminars at assigned schools, service groups and events as required.
  • Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.

Organizational Commitment

  • Meet annual performance measure (violator contacts).
  • Respond to complaints from the public regarding County bylaws and Provincial Statutes within 1 hour as per the SOG.
  • Protect privacy, use information appropriately, and maintain the confidentiality and security of all information related to employees, business and residents of Rocky View County.

Investigation / Education / Enforcement

  • Sound knowledge related to detailed evidence collection, documentation and reporting Collects, maintains and processes exhibits according to Provincial Court Regulations, prepares court briefs and disclosure documents, and gives evidence in court(s).
  • Ensures proper services of violation tickets, summons, subpoenas, and any other documentation required by law.
  • Document action taken regarding complaints and daily log using the approved records management system (Report Exec).
  • Photograph scenes as necessary for evidence, conduct interviews and perform other investigative functions.
  • Listen appropriately to information, then synthesize information into a charge, education opportunity, or partnered solution.
  • Detain, arrest and transport individuals with outstanding warrants.

Internal and External Agency Cooperation

  • Liaise and participate in Joint Enforcement Operations with allied agencies including RCMP, CPS, Fish and Wildlife, Commercial Vehicle Enforcement, Peace Officers from other Municipalities and other law enforcement departments.
  • Assist in the execution of search warrants.
  • Provide support to other County departments and County initiatives as they relate to law enforcement.
  • Display leadership to junior members including training/mentorship.

Emergency Management

  • Assists with emergency situations within and outside of the County as directed by the Supervisor, Manager, Director(s) of Emergency Management, or Municipal Manager.
  • Conduct traffic control for emergency situations, road races and other activities as required.
  • Identify and report road hazards and other infrastructure deficiencies.

Position Requirements:

One recent year in law enforcement along with completion of the Solicitor General’s Public Security Peace Officer Training Program or equivalent and are eligible to obtain appointment as a Community Peace Officer Level 1 (2 year Diploma-Enforcement/Criminology or equivalent).

  • Completion of an approved Physical Ability Requirement Evaluation (PARE) test or equivalent.
  • Clean Criminal Record.
  • Obtain and maintain an RCMP Enhanced Reliability Security clearance.
  • Possess a clean, valid class 5 driver’s license.
  • Current Federal Firearm Possession License.
  • Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills with a strong focus on customer service.
  • Exceptional ability to react quickly and remain calm in stressful situations.
  • Exceptional ability to effectively and rationally deal with verbally abusive or hostile individuals.
  • Excellent time management and organization skills, and the ability to effectively handle a demanding workload.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and experience of basic computer functions (log on, check emails, open and save documents in MS Office Suite) as well as basic keyboarding skills.
  • Proficiency in Enforcement and County software.
  • Shift work/ seven day a week coverage.
  • This position is not eligible for remote work.
  • Exceptional ability to display mature and sound judgement in deciding appropriate course of action often in difficult situations.

Interested applicants are invited to apply direct to https://www.rockyview.ca/careers.
Applications are due by 10 pm MST on the closing date.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however
only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Fire Prevention Officer

FIRE PREVENTION OFFICER

(PERMANENT FULL-TIME)

The Town of Morinville is currently seeking a full-time Fire Prevention Officer to join our Morinville Fire Department. The Morinville Fire Department is committed to providing the highest level of fire-related emergency services to protect the life and property of Morinville and surrounding area residents. The provision of front-line fire rescue services, fire prevention programs, and public education make the Town a safer and healthier place. Under the direction of the Manager, Community Safety Services/Fire Chief, the Fire Prevention Officer provides services while also implementing safety programs to manage the community fire risk.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Developing and maintaining a comprehensive set of procedures for the consistent application of a risk-based approach to fire inspections.
  • Lead the design, implementation, and evaluation of public fire and life safety education, while participating in and promoting fire prevention initiatives and public awareness programs.
  • Conduct inspections of buildings and structures in an assigned area to identify and locate fire hazards to ensure compliance with the Safety Codes Act, National Fire Code, Alberta Edition, and related standards as well as Town By-Laws.
  • Assisting designers and contractors by providing information and interpretations of fire codes and regulations, and recommending necessary changes to design documents as required.
  • Approve fire safety plans and confirm building fire alarm systems, fire pumps, standpipe systems, sprinkler systems, emergency power generator systems, smoke control systems, and elevator control systems are functional.
  • Review and interpret technical reports, examine building plans, review building development plans, conduct seminars, and make presentations on fire safety and fire prevention programs.
  • Develop or assist with the development and presentation of reports/budgets for Council.
  • Respond to emergency situations dealing with fire suppression, rescue, and dangerous goods control functions if needed.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of 3 years experience as a Certified Safety Codes Officer in the Fire Discipline is required.
  • Safety Codes Officer in the Fire Discipline (SCO-Fire) Group B1 Certification required, Group B2 is preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years experience as a Firefighter with a recognized fire emergency services organization is required.
  • Current First Aid—HCP level/CPR/AED is required.
  • A valid Alberta Class 3 with Q-endorsement and a satisfactory driver’s abstract is required.
  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Certifications: 1001-L1/L2, 1002-All Levels, 1021-L1, 1033 are assets.
  • Maintain physical standard set by the Morinville Fire Department for high-stress working conditions that include heights, heavy lifting, physical exertion, rapidly changing environmental conditions found in dealing with emergency situations.
  • Thorough knowledge of and the ability to interpret applicable codes, regulations, legislation, safety plans, building plans, and reports.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communications skills (written and verbal).
  • Demonstrated ability in working with fellow staff, organizational departments, and paid-on-call firefighters.

In addition to these attributes, we are looking for individuals who demonstrate integrity and honesty, reliability and motivation; who are continuously willing to learn and improve, and who demonstrate a deep sense of commitment and responsibility to serving the public while working in a team environment.

Compensation: $70,255 – $83,888/annum (based on a 7 step wage grid). We offer a comprehensive benefits package including pension, workplace development, and great opportunities for employees to become involved in the community. Hours of work are based on a 35-hour work week.

Application Deadline: Open until Filled.

Please submit applications quoting “Fire Prevention Officer, Competition #202238-FPO” to:

Human Resources, Town of Morinville
10125-100 Avenue, Morinville, AB T8R 1L6
Email: hr@morinville.ca | Fax: 780-939-5633 | Web: Morinville.ca

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.

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.

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.