Director of Development & Property


DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT & PROPERTY

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

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

Responsibilities:

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

Qualifications:

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

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

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

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

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

Supervisor, Policy Planning

Supervisor, Policy Planning

Development Services, City of Kawartha Lakes

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

The Development Services department is seeking a permanent full time Supervisor, Policy Planning to provide supervision and effective leadership and direction in the planning, coordination and management of policy development.

Essential Duties of Position

  • Develop and recommend long term planning and development policies; advises Council on appropriate strategies affecting overall growth of the City; keeps the City’s Official Plan and Secondary Plan policies current
  • Develop and manage major planning and strategic projects for the City, including Sustainability Plans, Official Plan, Secondary Plans, Growth Studies and Environmental Plans
  • Prepare staff reports and liaise with consultants, Council, Committees, government agencies and the public on planning matters
  • Correspond and meet with other departments on a day-to-day basis to address issues relevant to the Planning Division and provide insight and assistance where possible, and liaise with public, contractors, external agency professionals, and Council to inform of division initiatives and activities
  • Responsible for undertaking planning research and monitoring of development trends and senior government and other municipal planning initiatives
  • Provide staff direction, assisting with resolution of contentious issues; motivate and support staff, holding team meetings for the purpose of communicating policy and procedure initiatives and to discuss division initiatives
  • Monitor program development, and manage staff and consultants assigned to projects
  • Provide input and review of outside agency policies that impact the City such as Source Water Protection, Trent Severn Waterway and Conservation Authority policies
  • Prepare reports, documents and presentations to Council, Committees and external agencies
  • Manage the operating and capital budgets and prepare Request for Proposals for consulting services
  • Provide planning advice on a variety of planning related activities such as Municipal Affairs & Housing requirements on Provincial policies, legislation, regulations and guidelines
  • Perform as an expert witness before the Ontario Municipal Board on planning matters Liaison with external agencies, other municipalities, conservation authorities, Ministry offices
  • Conduct regular research of changing legislation, processes and policies affecting the City of Kawartha Lakes
  • Provide advice and support to all Planners in the Development Services Department
  • Responsible for the hiring, discipline, dismissal, performance management and training of staff, in consultation with the Director and Human Resources
  • Administer the terms of the applicable Collective Agreements, in collaboration with Human Resources
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Requirements and Qualifications

  • Completion of a Degree in Urban or Regional Planning or Environmental Studies or a related field
  • Minimum 7 years of related progressive experience, preferably in a municipal environment
  • Professional Planner designation
  • Full membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners and the Ontario Professional Planners Institute
  • Supervisory experience in a unionized environment
  • Thorough knowledge of planning principles, statutory requirements, by-laws, provincial policies and regulations applicable to municipal planning; familiarity with current literature and trends
  • Practical knowledge of the principles of administrative management and techniques required in the management, supervision, and administration of planning programs and staff
  • Excellent communicative skills, both oral and written, which include preparation of technical and administrative reports, and extensive experience of addressing public forums
  • Interpersonal and negotiating skills to facilitate negotiations and conflict resolution
  • Demonstrated customer service skills at a level to develop and maintain cooperative/collaborative working relationships both within and outside the organization
  • Demonstrated ability to exercise discretion and tact and maintain a high degree of confidentiality at all times, complying with all applicable privacy legislation and local policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to contribute to and build upon a positive and healthy work environment
  • Demonstrated time-management skills with the ability to prioritize workloads and meet deadlines with minimal supervision
  • Ability to demonstrate initiative consistently with commitment to quality improvement, sharing process improvement initiatives with management
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office, the internet and any other related software
  • Possess and maintain a valid Ontario Class “G” Driver’s Licence
  • Upon a conditional offer of employment, a Criminal Record Check will be required

Annual Salary: $94,908 – $111,029 annual (commensurate with experience and qualifications)

Interested applicants are encouraged review the full job posting on our website and to apply on or before August 1, 2022 through the Careers page on the City of Kawartha Lakes website: KawarthaLakes.ca

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

Roads Supervisor

ROADS SUPERVISOR

(Public Works Department – King Street)
(Competition No.: PWE-2022-18)

Under the direction of the Public Works Manager, the Roads Supervisor is responsible to organize and assign crews for the maintenance of all aspects of road systems, including roads, sidewalks, curbs, ditches, and culverts for all urban and rural roads (all seasons) and to further ensure the quality and quantity of work performed by City employees and contractors

DUTIES INCLUDE:

  • Plan, assign and organize work crews for winter road maintenance, spring drainage, spring clean up and street sweeping, asphalt and sidewalk maintenance, grading and resurfacing of gravel roads
  • Receive and investigate emergency and other calls regarding roads, drainage or sidewalks and carry out authorized remedial action. Assess problem areas and set up construction plan for future prevention
  • Maintain daily work records of crews (including timekeeping), up-to-date records for Ministry reporting (MOE and MOL) and records of contracted equipment and materials
  • Responsible for submitting reports regarding injury investigations, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, City equipment, property damage and contracted equipment
  • Supervise union labour force, recommending hiring of employees, evaluating job performance and recommending and carrying out disciplinary actions
  • Responsible for enforcing all aspects of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Participate in operations with night shift schedule, weekend on-call schedule and be able to address emergency work after normal working hours

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • College diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or a combination of education and experience acceptable to the Employer (minimum 3 to 5 years)
  • Registration with OACETT or AORS Certified Roads Supervisor would be considered an asset
  • Experience in a supervisory capacity with demonstrated management skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, demonstrated ability to deal with the public in an effective and courteous manner and ability to compile various reports
  • Proficiency in the use of computers (Microsoft Suite Office)
  • Valid Class G driver’s licence with a clear driver’s abstract
  • Current and clear Criminal Record Check
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination mandatory

SALARY LEVEL 208: $91,000 – $109,262 (2022)
In accordance with the City of Timmins Non-Union Remuneration System

Applications must be received in the Human Resources Department by 4:00 pm on the closing date of July 15, 2022.

VIA E-MAIL: human_resources@timmins.ca
VIA FAX:       705-360-2685

Phone:          705-360-2628                   Timmins.ca

 

Although we may have your application on file, you must re-apply for this specific competition.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. The City of Timmins is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with  Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code. The City of Timmins will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. Personal  information provided is collected under the authority of The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Operator A

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Operator A


Our team is growing!!
Come join the Public Works Department.

Position:                      Public Works Operator A
Classification:            Full-time/40 hours per week
Hourly wage:             $25.93 (under review) plus a comprehensive benefit package

Position Responsibilities

  • Operate light/heavy equipment, including but not limited to: manual transmission dump trucks with snowplow/sander and loaders.
  • Perform routine maintenance of roads and other Municipal property, involving manual labour duties and Traffic Control responsibilities.
  • Conduct inspections of vehicles and report any deficiencies or work required.
  • Report deficiencies in road related matters.
  • Complete minor maintenance to vehicles and equipment.
  • Utilize various power and hand tools to complete duties as assigned.
  • Carry out duties in a manner that ensures safe work practices and safe operations of equipment.
  • Perform other tasks or responsibilities which may be assigned by the Supervisor of Public Works.
  • On call for 6-months of the year.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Education at the Grade 12 level or equivalent is required.
  • Proven work experience in Public Works operations.
  • Thorough knowledge in proper use and maintenance of heavy machinery and equipment.
  • Class “DZ” licence is required; “AZ” is an asset.

Working Conditions:

  • Individual is expected to work from the Public Works garage(s) and at various job sites.
  • Exposure to physical hazards and related stress including: varying and extreme weather conditions, machine heat, oils, paints and other chemicals, noise and unpredictable traffic.
  • Work is subject to unusual and unscheduled hours outside of regular scheduled hours including weekends.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume to:

Township of Lake of Bays
Nicole Tye, Human Resources Department
1012 Dwight Beach Rd.
Dwight, ON P0A 1H0
email:  NTyeHR@lakeofbays.on.ca
Fax:  705-635-2132

The Township of Lake of Bays is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to meeting its obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.  If you require disability-related accommodation to participate in the recruitment process, please advise the Human Resources Department as soon as possible.

In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, the information gathered will be used solely for the purpose of job selection.   We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Senior Building Inspector

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury offers a return to small town charm while being one of the country’s fastest growing communities. We are a vibrant, thriving community that possess a sense of pride and where community spirit prevails. Our town is committed to being a complete and healthy community where there are opportunities for everyone to contribute and to benefit. We are looking for an energetic, highly motivated and organized professional to make a significant contribution to the Building Division.

Reporting to the Chief Building Official, the Senior Building Inspector’s primary responsibility will be to review and process applications for compliance with the Ontario Building Code and applicable legislation, issue building permits and inspect residential, commercial, institutional, industrial and agricultural structures to ensure compliance of construction with approved plans, Ontario Building Code and referenced standards. Additionally, this position will be responsible for conducting mandatory inspections to ensure adequacy of life safety, structural requirements, plumbing, and On-Site Sewage Systems, HVAC systems in new and renovated buildings. The Senior Building Inspector will investigate complaints relating to Building Code non-compliance, examine plans and specifications for compliance and obtain required government agencies’ approvals prior to permit issuance. In addition, you will calculate building permit fees and applicable charges and deposits, issue building permits for projects regulated under the Ontario Building Code and Town By-laws. This role will also be responsible for maintaining accurate reports, give evidence in court, perform plan reviews for permit applications, provide verbal assistance and advice in the field, at the counter, and on the telephone to tradespersons, homeowners, contractors, architects, engineers and the public on regulations and building permit processes. In addition, you will be required to co-ordinate and monitor the work of, and provide technical guidance to Building Inspectors and other department staff.

The successful candidate will possess post-secondary diploma in architecture, engineering or a related discipline. Preference will be given to candidates who are qualified as referenced in Division C Section 3.1.4.1 in a category of qualifications set out in Column 2 Table 3.5.2.1, 2012 Building Code. Candidates will have completed General Legal Processes for CBO, House, Small Buildings, Large Buildings, Complex Buildings, Plumbing All Buildings, Building Services, Building Structural and On-Site Sewage Systems. Designation or eligible for designation as a Certified Building Code Official is desirable (CBCO). Applicants must possess a minimum of seven years experience in plans review, inspection of building construction, HVAC, plumbing and sewage systems. Candidates must possess strong communication skills and be able to effectively, professionally and courteously work with all levels of staff, contractors and the general public, be productive in a team environment, possess strong conflict resolution skills, and have demonstrated proficiency with information technology. Candidates must be able to promote a culture of inclusiveness and work with a diverse population of employees, contractors and the general public. The successful candidate must have demonstrated proficiency with information technology, and possess a valid class G driver’s license in good standing. In addition, a criminal record check will be required upon hire and candidates must be able to provide proof confirming receipt of the full series of a Covid-19 vaccine as a condition of hire in accordance with the Town’s mandatory vaccination policy.

The position offers a salary range of $76,499 to $95,624 (2022 rates based on a 35 hour work week) plus a competitive benefit package and an option for flexible work arrangements.

To explore this challenging opportunity further, we invite qualified applicants to forward their resume and covering letter in confidence, quoting file number 2022-SB07 by July 15, 2022 to:

Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Human Resources Department
125 Simcoe Road, P.O. Box 160, Bradford, Ontario L3Z 2A8
Fax: 905 775-8633 or email hr@townofbwg.com

We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, and will only be used for candidate selection.

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is committed to equity in employment. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. We encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, persons with disabilities, and those who identify as LGBTQ2S+.

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is committed to providing accommodations based on any human rights protected grounds and in accordance with the AODA, throughout the recruitment and selection process. If you require accommodation, please notify us when contacted for an interview and we will work with you to meet your needs.

Senior Engineering Technologist – Development

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury offers a return to small town charm while being one of the country’s fastest growing communities. We are a vibrant, thriving community that possess a sense of pride and where community spirit prevails. Our town is committed to being a complete and healthy community where there are opportunities for everyone to contribute and to benefit. We are looking for an energetic, highly motivated and organized professional to support the operations of the Development division.

Under the direction of the Manager, Development Engineering, this position will perform engineering review for development applications. The incumbent will review and provide comments on development related site servicing, site grading, stormwater, transportation, noise and landscape proposals. The position will work closely with Development Engineering staff, other service areas and the Town’s engineering consultants to ensure compliance with the Towns’ Design Criteria Manual and other design guidance documents and industry standards. This position will also prepare reports and provide assistance to the Manager, Development Engineering in the preparation of development agreements, requests for proposals and other legal engineering documents; and will assist the service area in addressing resident/community group issues.

The preferred candidate will be a graduate in Civil Engineering Technology or equivalent combination of education and experience and must possess or be eligible for the CET designation. The individual will have a minimum of five years’ experience, preferably in municipal services engineering with knowledge of Ontario Provincial Standards Specifications; Ontario Provincial Standard Drawings; ASTM, AWWA, CSA; Ministry of Transportation Design Manuals / Construction Manual; Ontario Traffic Manual and the OHSA. Preferred candidates can demonstrate excellent interpersonal, project/time/records management, organizational, analytical, research, communication, presentation and problem-solving skills. The successful candidate must have demonstrated proficiency with information technology and possess a valid class G driver’s license in good standing. Candidates must be able to promote a culture of inclusiveness and work with a diverse population of employees, contractors and the general public. In addition, the successful candidate must complete a Criminal Record Check as a pre-condition of employment and must be able to provide proof confirming receipt of the full series of a Covid-19 vaccine as a condition of hire in accordance with the Town’s mandatory vaccination policy.

The position offers a salary range of $78,545 to $98,181 (2022 rates) based on a 40 hour work week, plus a competitive benefit package and the option for flexible work arrangements.

To explore this challenging opportunity further, we invite qualified applicants to forward their resume and covering letter in confidence, quoting file number 2022-TD06 by July 15, 2022 to:

Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, Human Resources Department
125 Simcoe Road, P.O. Box 160, Bradford, Ontario L3Z 2A8
Fax: 905 775-8633 or email hr@townofbwg.com

We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, and will only be used for candidate selection.

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is committed to equity in employment. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. We encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, racialized people, persons with disabilities, and those who identify as LGBTQ2S+.

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury is committed to providing accommodations based on any human rights protected grounds and in accordance with the AODA, throughout the recruitment and selection process. If you require accommodation, please notify us when contacted for an interview and we will work with you to meet your needs.

Electric Utility Manager

Penticton is a vibrant, innovative, healthy waterfront city focused on sustainability, community, and economic opportunity. At the City of Penticton, our goal is to serve our residents, businesses, and visitors through good governance, partnership, and the delivery of effective and community-focused services. The City of Penticton is looking to fill the full-time position of Electric Utility Manager on our Infrastructure team.

Reporting to the General Manager of Infrastructure, the Electric Utility Manager oversees the design, construction, maintenance, and operation of electrical infrastructure. The Electric Utility Manager works closely with FortisBC and departments at the City to ensure compliance and safety of Utility operations. The Electric Utility Manager is also responsible for leading a team of 17 professional and technical employees, providing power to nearly 20,000 customers. This key position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Electric Utility Department. Specifically, the design and construction of all City of Penticton electrical infrastructure and the leadership of the department. The manager will ensure the proper application of the City and Department policies, procedures, tariffs, and technical design standards. They will also foster a positive, productive, and safe work environment for Electric Utility employees.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Day-to-day management of the Electrical Utility, including operating and maintaining electrical infrastructure including; power poles, overhead lines, switchgear, substation distribution equipment, transformers, underground cables, and metering equipment.
  • Ensure adherence to tariffs and technical design standards.
  • Assists the General Manager of Infrastructure with expert advice at the FortisBC rate hearings and other regulating body meetings and reports.
  • Oversees street light and traffic control equipment and maintenance.
  • Provide estimates for designs and work requested.
  • Development and compliance with policies and procedures.
  • Ensures the Utility meets all safety rules and regulations.
  • Responsible for providing guidance to contractors, Fortis, and other departments.
  • Preparation and management of annual budget(s).
  • Public relations and communications regarding all facets of the Utility operations.
  • Planning and directing short and long-term goals.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Knowledge of industry-standard safe working practices.
  • Strong leadership skills, a high priority for safety, and display professional ethics.
  • Effective organization and planning skills with Microsoft Office and Project and Enterprise Software Systems.
  • Excellent interpersonal, team participation, and communication skills (verbal and written).
  • The ability to exercise courtesy, tact, and diplomacy in the exchange of information with other City employees or members of the public.
  • The ability to build and maintain strong relationships and satisfaction with City staff and customers, while ensuring quality, and conformance to requirements.

Preferred Education, Training & Experience:

  • Post-secondary degree in Electrical Engineering or a relevant discipline.
  • 7-10 years of experience working with electrical utility distribution systems.
  • Certification with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC or the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC would be considered an asset.
  • Supervisory experience in a unionized environment.
  • Valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License.
  • Ability to sign electrical drawings and act as the City’s FSR (field safety rep).

This full-time exempt position offers attractive benefits, vacation, and pension package. Salary will be determined based on the successful applicant’s qualifications and experience. We also recognize that great talent can come from a variety of backgrounds. So, if your experience is close to what we’re looking for, we would love to hear from you. We welcome your cover letter and resume July 4, 2022.

Senior Manager of Infrastructure, Technology and Transformation

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

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

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

The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:

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

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

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

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

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.

Project Manager, Construction Compliance

Project Manager, Construction Compliance
Permanent Full-Time – 35 hours per week
J0622-0460

Reporting to the Manager, Development Engineering, this position is involved in all aspects of the construction compliance of capital works and development projects, from commencement of construction to final completion and assumption. This would include supervision, field inspections and occasional contract administration. This position cross-trains and provides support to the other Engineering branches.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversees and reviews the work of consultants hired by the Town to undertake contract administration and inspection services on Engineering capital projects, such as servicing, roads, bridges, topographic surveys, geotechnical services, field changes, and quality and quantity cost control.
  • Coordinates, reviews and inspects the work of contractors hired by the Town, and oversees contract administration for engineering capital projects, such as road reconstruction and underground infrastructure improvements.
  • Monitors and audits the work of consultants retained by private developers on subdivision and site plan developments; coordinate inspections and connections to municipal infrastructure with other applicable departments; ensures completion of development works are in accordance with the applicable development agreements.
  • Monitors progress, reviews and works through field adjustments with consultants and contractors, monitors progress and ensures drawings are updated as required to reflect as-constructed conditions.
  • Oversees and responsible for follow-up with all stakeholders regarding the questions, queries related to the construction and new developments in the Town.

Qualifications:

  • Requires a 3-year college diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or a Bachelor of Engineering.
  • Must be a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) with Ontario Association of Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) or an Engineer in Training (EIT).
  • A Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) designation would be an asset.
  • Requires 3-5 years of experience in a related position.
  • Requires a valid G class driver’s licence and the ability to submit a clean driver’s abstract upon hire.
  • Capable of interpreting complex documents, construction drawings and technical reports.
  • Knowledgeable in computer software and techniques applicable to project engineering, design coordination and administration.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

The successful candidate must have the ability to align with established goals and objectives and is able to create/follow plans and processes accordingly to deliver task and goal completion to a high standard. The Town of New Tecumseth values progressive ideas and actions; the successful candidate will have proven ability to embrace change, be resourceful and to seek new ideas and creativity to maximize effectiveness to provide high quality citizen-centred services to our community.

Salary: $69,071.39 – $86,353.19, plus full benefits and pension plan

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and copies of the required
credentials (diploma, training, etc) through our
ATS by July 4th.

http://clients.njoyn.com/CL3/xweb/xweb.asp?clid=56628&page=jobdetails&jobid=J0622-0460&BRID=EX159308&SBDID=21007&LANG=1

We thank you for your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please note: The Town of New Tecumseth has implemented a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all employees. All new hires are required to be fully vaccinated. Any questions regarding mandatory COVID-19 vaccination can be sent to Human Resources. 

Information collected will be used solely for the purpose of candidate selection, in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act.

The Town of New Tecumseth is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted for an interview, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation.

 

Director of Public Works

Position: Director of Public Works
Department: Public Works Department
Type: Permanent, Full-Time (Non-Union)
Hours of Work: 35 Hour work week, Monday to Friday with occasional evenings/weekends
Job Ad Deadline: Monday, July 4, 2022 at 12:00 pm


 

The Township of South Stormont is a diverse mix of rural and small urban communities in Eastern Ontario. Home to approximately 14,000 residents, the Township’s unique history and location on the shores of the St. Lawrence Seaway offers a host of activities and lifestyle opportunities.

The Township of South Stormont’s mission is that through dedicated leadership and strong infrastructure, we will deliver sustainable, quality services to our residents and businesses while ensuring a vibrant and healthy community for future generations. Our vision is to be a progressive, family-friendly community, welcoming all to celebrate its natural beauty and exceptional quality of life. This exciting opportunity provides leadership to a dedicated team and is a key contributor to the achievement of the Township’s strategic and operational objectives and delivery of the road maintenance programs within South Stormont.

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Director of Public Works provides leadership and management to the Public Works Department. The position oversees the operation and maintenance of the Township’s infrastructure including the water and wastewater systems, roads, storm water management systems, municipal drainage, facilities management, waste management, equipment and machinery. The role ensures the Township’s compliance with municipal statutes and provincial regulations, pertaining to Public Works operations and maintenance.

The Township of South Stormont’s Public Works Department staffs a total of 17 full-time employees. The Department operates out of the Municipal Garage and the Township Office and manage an annual budget of greater then 10 million and additionally an over 5 million utilities budget. The Township of South Stormont is also experiencing an increase in residential and commercial development projects. The Director will assist with evaluating projects as to their impacts upon, and/or the municipal capacity to deliver services.

Education, Experience, and other Requirements:

  • Post-Secondary Degree/Diploma in Civil Engineering or an engineering degree in an equivalent field. EIT or P. Eng. Licence in good standing.
  • Certified Engineering Technologist with O.A.C.E.T.T. registration preferred.
  • 5-7 years of experience in a similar role, preferably in a Municipal environment.
  • Valid MTO ‘G’ class driver’s licence in good standing.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Highway Traffic Act, MTO Traffic Manual, O.Reg 239/02 of the Municipal Act, TAC standards, and leading best practices in municipal roadway design and operation.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Ontario Safe Water Drinking Act, associated regulations and compliance reporting.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of development needs in growing community.
  • Previous experience in preparation, implementation and monitoring of multi-million dollar operating and capital budgets
  • Positive track record of leadership and success in shaping inclusive team culture through coaching, mentorship and individual performance management in both unionized and nonunionized setting.

Skills & Attributes Sought:

  • Excellent organizational and management skills.
  • Demonstrated strong and effective communication skills – written, verbal and presentation – with various audiences, most effectively with Council, staff and the public.
  • Commitment to outstanding service provision with ability to lead, motivate, influence and work collaboratively and effectively with wide range of people, groups and organizations.
  • Superior analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent time management skills and demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple and changing demands.
  • Strong coaching and mentoring skills, demonstrating support and positivity
  • Proactive approach to tasks, projects and work assignments
  • Proficiency in the use of personal computer applications such as Microsoft Office, asset management, work order systems, customer relations, etc.

Compensation and Benefits:

The Township of South Stormont strives to be an employer of choice for strong talent dedicated to
serving our community, and offer the following:

  • Flexible work schedules to support and nurture work-life balance;
  • Competitive wages, the 2022 salary range for this position is Pay Band 12, $97,298 – $118,417;
  • Enrolment in Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS);
  • Comprehensive Health and Benefits Program;
  • Substantial internal and external training and development opportunities;
  • Compassionate and caring organization that promotes and embraces a culture of health, safety and wellness;
  • Strong commitment to providing and maintaining a psychologically safe workplace that is respectful, inclusive, and where all individuals are valued;
  • Paid vacation days;
  • So much more!

Application Process

Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter in one document through the online application process. For more details and to apply online, please visit the Careers page of our website at www.southstormont.ca/careers. Job Posting Deadline: July 4, 2022 at 12:00 pm. Selected applicants will be subject to an interview process and skills testing to determine eligibility.

The Township of South Stormont is committed to creating and maintaining a workplace that is welcoming, inclusive, and barrier-free. Accommodations in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and applicable legislation are available throughout all stages of the recruitment process. For accommodation during the application process, applicants are requested to make their needs known via email at jobs@southstormont.ca. Personal information collected under the authority of the Municipal Act and will be used to assess eligibility for potential employment. Questions about this collection of personal information should be directed to Human Resources.

Manager of Building Services

MANAGER of BUILDING SERVICES
CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL

The Corporation of the Township of Tay


 

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

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

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

Reporting to the General Manager, Protective and Development Services, or their designate, and working collaboratively with the Leadership Team, the Manager of Building Services/Chief Building Official oversees the delivery of Building Services related activities of the Municipality including but not limited to administration and enforcement of the Ontario Building Code Act, Ontario Plumbing Code and Municipal Building By-law including the issuance of permits, inspections and enforcement. This position provides advice and assistance to Council, Staff and the General Public on the Building Code and the Building Code Act.

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

The successful candidate will be innovative, inclusive and adaptable; and will motivate, develop, empower and engage others. Additionally, they will have superior interpersonal and public relations skills to deal courteously and effectively with all levels of staff and government, elected officials, local boards/commissions, community groups and organizations, and the general public with the ability to exercise tact, diplomacy and good judgement at all times.

The position requires the completion of post-secondary education from an accredited educational institution, or equivalent training and/or experience, in Building, Engineering, Architecture, or other relevant discipline, and Certified Building Code Official (CBCO) designation and active membership in good standing of the Ontario Building Officials Association (OBOA). Additionally, position requires a minimum of eight (8) years of progressive, related experience, a minimum of three (3) years of successful and progressively more responsible management and leadership experience in public or private sector organization(s), and a valid Class ‘G’ driver’s license in good standing. The following designations are considered an asset: Certified Engineering Technician (C.E.T.), Ontario Association of Property Standards Officer (OAPSO), and Registered Canadian Building Official (RCBO).

The salary range for this is $46.18 to $54.03 per hour with a 35-hour work week. Some overtime is required, including attendance at evening meetings. We also offer a comprehensive pension and benefit package (conditions may apply).


 

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

Qualified and interested applicants are encouraged to do the following:

  1. Reference the complete position description available on the Tay Township website – tay.ca/jobs
  2. Submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail by 4:00 p.m., Thursday, June 30, 2022

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

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

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

Chief Building Official / By-Law Enforcement Officer

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

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

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

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

Salary is currently under review

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

Chief Administration Officers / Directrices Générales ou Directeurs Généraux

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Successful Candidate Competencies (Applicable to all roles)

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

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

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

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

 

Appendix A:  Composition of Local Governance Entities

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

 

 

 

 

Temporary Equipment Operator

Temporary Equipment Operator (multiple vacancies)
Roads, Parks and Forestry Department

Working for the City of Burlington

A great career is closer than you think. Come work for the City of Burlington, where you’ll be joining an innovative and progressive workplace focused on building a 21st century city that respects the diversity of our residents, visitors and employees; and prioritizes continuous opportunities for you to learn and grow.

Job Number RPF-81-22
Employee Group Non-Union
Employment Status Temporary/Seasonal
Location

This position is required to work in person at Roads, Parks and Forestry including various sites across the City.  Work location is subject to change at the discretion of the City due to operational demands.

Position Overview

 

The Roads, Parks and Forestry Department is recruiting for multiple Equipment Operators for parks and sportsfield maintenance activities. Temporary Equipment Operators are responsible for the safe operation, maintenance and service of motorized vehicles and equipment.  Equipment Operators assist in a variety of tasks related to maintaining parks, sports fields and park amenities. Duties may include, but are not limited to, washroom maintenance, grass cutting/trimming, sportsfield maintenance and general maintenance, such as litter and debris pick-up.

Responsibilities

Temporary Equipment Operators will perform such activities as:

  • Maintaining vehicles, equipment and attachments in a safe and efficient manner, and in accordance with established standard operating and safe job procedures.
  • Operating city vehicles and equipment such as pickup trucks, garbage trucks, mowers, tractors, trailers and other related small and large equipment, including attachments, as required.
  • Picking litter and emptying garbage receptacles from parks, playgrounds, parking lots, and roadsides etc.
  • Opening, closing, inspecting, cleaning and disinfecting public washroom facilities
  • Operating handheld equipment, power tools and hand tools related to grass cutting, sports field maintenance and general park maintenance activities.
  • Performing daily circle checks on equipment, making any necessary minor repairs in the prescribed manner, and scheduling any major repairs through the Supervisor.
  • Participating in loose leaf and winter control operations.
  • Complete administrative tasks in an accurate and timely manner; including daily activity sheets, training documentation and other required paperwork.
  • Comply with requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the Highway Traffic Act, Federal, Provincial and City regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Other duties as assigned
Requirements

 

The successful candidates will ideally have a minimum high school diploma and 1-2 years of demonstrated equipment experience related to park or sportsfield maintenance. Demonstrated effective communications, both oral and written, along with customer service and problem-solving skills.  Proficient time management skills and flexibility in adjusting between a variety of duties.  Ability to work with minimal supervision and as part of a team.  Must be able to perform physical work, willing to work various shifts throughout the season and perform work in all weather conditions.

A valid G-Class driver’s licence is required with an acceptable driver’s abstract (no more than three (3) driving related convictions and an accumulation of no more than three (3) demerit points in the previous three (3) years prior to the date of hire). A DZ license is considered an asset.
Additional Information:

All City of Burlington staff are required to be fully vaccinated as a condition of hire in accordance with the City’s COVID-19 Staff Vaccination Policy. To learn more about the policy, please click on the following link: <https://www.burlington.ca/en/your-city/career-opportunities.asp>

Hourly Rate $25.59 per hour
Posting Close Date June 30, 2022
How to Apply

To apply, please visit www.burlington.ca/careers and click on “View Jobs”. Please note that applications are only accepted online. If you require assistance, please contact Human Resources at 905-335-7602.

Accommodation

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, the City of Burlington accommodates the individual needs of applicants with disabilities within the recruitment process. Please call us at 905-335-7602 or email us at: hr@burlington.ca if you require accommodation to ensure your equal participation in the recruitment and selection process.

We thank all applicants and advise that only those to be interviewed will be contacted.


An equal opportunity employer.