Winter Control Operator (2 positions)

WINTER IS COMING. LET’S MAKE SURE THE ROADS ARE CLEAR.

Job Summary:
Reporting to the Superintendent of Public Works, the Winter Control Operator works with a small team to ensure the Public Works department runs smoothly. You have grit, and energy, and are passionate about getting the job done right. This part-time, casual position is perfect for fitting into your lifestyle through the winter season.

Where is the Job?
With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Operate heavy mobile equipment including graders, loaders, plow trucks, etc.;
  • Assist with snow removal, sidewalk clearing, drainage ditch maintenance, and de-icing;
  • Work, days, nights, and weekends as required;
  • Work in inclement weather;
  • Assist with ground maintenance which may include snow shoveling, ice scraping, and salting;
  • Communicate respectfully with supervisors and staff; and professionally interact with the public; and
  • Assist with other duties as required.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • A competitive wage of $34.30 / hour; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
      • Grade 12 education or equivalent
      • Class 1 Driver’s License
      • First Aid Certificate
  • Your Experience:
      • At least 2 years of heavy equipment operations experience
      • Experience with public works functions (roads, water, wastewater, and facility maintenance)
      • Experience with the use and maintenance of public works tools and equipment

What to do Next:
There are 2 (two) Winter Control Operator positions available. If you are legally entitled to work in Canada and are over the age of 18, send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until December 21, 2022.

Light Equipment Operator

GET YOUR MOTOR RUNNING.

Job Summary:
Reporting to the Superintendent of Public Works, the Light Equipment Operator will work with a small team to ensure the Public Works department runs smoothly. For you, driving is life; and this life involves the safe and efficient operation of light mobile equipment. You have a proven ability to follow directions, and the self-motivation to finish tasks and address what needs attention.

Where is the Job?
With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Operate light mobile equipment including plow trucks, garbage truck, sweeper, skidsteer, hydro vac, etc.;
  • Assist with snow removal, sidewalk clearing, drainage ditch maintenance; and
  • Assist with other duties as required.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • A competitive wage of $32.60 / hour;
  • A comprehensive benefits package; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
    • Grade 12 education or equivalent
    • Class 5 Driver’s License with Air Brake Endorsement or better
    • Class 1 Driver’s License
    • First Aid Certificate
    • Confined Space Experience / Training
  • Your Experience:
    • Experience with public works functions (roads, water, wastewater, parks care, and facility maintenance)
    • Experience with the use and maintenance of public works tools and equipment

What to do Next:
This is a full-time, permanent position. If you are legally entitled to work in Canada and are over the age of 18, send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until December 21, 2022.

Labourer

START YOUR CAREER HERE.

Job Summary:
Join the team at the District of Stewart and gain the skills that will always keep you in demand. Reporting to the Superintendent of Public Works, you will work with a small team to ensure the Public Works department runs smoothly. You have energy to spare and love the variety of a job that varies from worksite to worksite.
Where is the Job?

With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’ s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Carry out a variety of duties such as:
      • Lawn maintenance, weed eating, raking, and general grounds maintenance
      • Ditch maintenance, pavement and sidewalk repair
      • Water and sewer maintenance
      • Litter and cardboard recycling pick-up
      • Painting
      • Parking lot, street, sidewalk, boardwalk, and graveyard maintenance
      • Trail / lagoon brushing and repair
      • Snow shoveling and salting
      • Keeping fire hydrants and garbage bins clear of snow
  • Communicate effectively with your supervisor, team, and the general public; and
  • Assist with other duties as required.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • A competitive wage of $28.99 / hour;
  • A comprehensive benefits package; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
      • Class 5 Driver’s License
      • Related education in landscaping or grounds maintenance would be an asset
  • Your Experience:
      • Experience in the methods, tools, equipment techniques, and materials used in general clean-up, landscaping, and maintenance work
      • Physical strength, stamina, and the coordination to carry out continuous, heavy
        physical work in all weather conditions

What to do Next:
This is a full-time, permanent position. If you are legally entitled to work in Canada, send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until December 21, 2022.

Director of Operations

Mackenzie County is currently inviting applications for the Director of Operations position. The primary location for this position will be in La Crete, however the individual may be required to work in other areas of the municipality as per operational requirements. This is a full-time out of scope position with a 40 hour work week (8 hours per day) Monday to Friday.

The successful applicant will be responsible for:

  • Ensuring continuity standards for road maintenance and construction;
  • Prepare and monitor departmental and project budgets;
  • Oversee the activities of the operations department (County-wide), including all road, sidewalk and airport maintenance;
  • Develop and recommend short and long term plans for the operations department;
  • Develop collaborative approaches regarding issues and challenges;
  • Prepare presentations for elected officials, staff and stakeholders;
  • Prepare and review committee and council reports, Request for Proposals/Quotes;
  • Prepare contract proposals and tender documents in conjunction with the Director of Finance;
  • Monitors the work and performance of contractors, consultants and department staff;
  • Oversee the progress of assigned projects;
  • Provides mentorship, coaching, offers conflict resolution skills and able to handle difficult or sensitive situations regarding staff, taxpayers, stakeholders and politicians.
  • Other duties as required.

Requirements for this position are:

  • Training leading to the Certification as an Engineering Technologist is an asset;
  • Experience with municipal infrastructure, operations and maintenance;
  • Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Programs;
  • Knowledge of the Highway Traffic Act, Municipal Government Act, Occupational Health & Safety Act, and other relevant legislation;
  • Effective management, leadership and communication skills
  • Commitment to customer service excellence;
  • Understanding of low German is an asset;
  • A valid class 5 driver’s license;
  • Evidence of successfully passing a police Criminal Record Check;

Salary Range: $120,407.57 – $144,362.70 per annum. Mackenzie County offers a Comprehensive Benefit Package.

Competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please forward all resumes and applications to:

Sarah Martens, Human Resources Coordinator
Mackenzie County
Box 640, Fort Vermilion, AB T0H 1N0
Phone: 780.927.3718
Fax: 780.927.4266
Email: hr@mackenziecounty.com

Planning Technician II

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

The successful candidate will provide temporary technical support of the City’s Development Planning and Policy Planning & Urban Design functions. 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

  • Provide technical support for development planning projects including site plan and development application review and general research.
  • Maintain the City’s AMANDA data base with planning related information and assign and input new municipal addresses and street names.
  • Conduct zoning review for proposed site plan applications.
  • Perform site plan inspections and enforce compliance, as required.
  • Support the maintenance, cataloguing, storage and reproduction of all maps, graphics, statistics and related data bases.
  • Prepare graphics relating to the processing of development applications and policy planning & urban design projects, such as maps, plans, drawings, charts and other visual aids.
  • Support the design and implementation of various GIS applications and other visual analysis techniques, such as 3-D modelling.
  • Respond to public inquiries and requests for data, plans and other graphics relating to development.
  • Assist in identifying and implementing continuous improvement initiatives in relation to the delivery of planning technical support services.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Considerable experience related to the duties listed above, normally acquired through 2-year Diploma in Planning or related field, and 3 – 4 years relevant planning experience, preferably within the municipal sector. Candidates with an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Membership or eligibility for membership in the Canadian Association of Planning Technicians is required.
  • GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Specialist certificate would be an asset.
  • Ability to prepare maps, plans, drawings, charts and other visual aids in relation to development applications and policy planning and urban design projects.
  • Ability to utilize computer graphics, data management, and mapping (MapInfo, AutoCAD, ARCview, 3-D Analyst).
  • Experience and knowledge with AMANDA System Administration.
  • Excellent analytical and organization skills with the ability to meet deadlines under pressure with minimum supervision.
  • Knowledge of urban design and graphic communication/analysis techniques would be an asset.
  • Knowledge of the Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Ability to conduct research, evaluate options and develop recommendations.
  • Intermediate skills Microsoft Office (Power Point, Word and Excel)
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills with the ability to communicate with all levels of staff, stakeholders and the general public.

Rate

$31.92 – $39.20 per hour

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.

Technical Coordinator – Waterworks

Technical Coordinator – Waterworks
Regular Full Time
Markham, ON, CA
Requisition ID: 3153
Salary Range: $80,411.00 To $91,382.00 (CAD) Annually

The City of Markham, an award-winning municipality with more than 355,000 residents, is Canada’s high-tech capital and most diverse community, enjoying a rich heritage, outstanding community planning and services, and a vibrant local economy. Committed to being a model of public service excellence, with a workforce that is representative of the population we serve, we are looking for people who share our values and are champions of innovative practices. Diversity is one of Markham’s strategic priorities, and we strive to develop and maintain an environment that is inclusive and creates a sense of belonging for all.

We are pleased to be named one of Canada’s Best Employers for 2022 and the best City employer by Forbes for the second consecutive year. The City of Markham is ranked in the top two for Government Services and 15th among the 300 employers on the list, advancing from 18th place in 2021.

Applications are now being received for the regular full-time Technical Coordinator, Waterworks position in the Environmental Services Department, Community Services Commission. Please apply online at www.markham.ca/careers by December 4, 2022.

JOB SUMMARY

Reporting to the  System Engineer, Environmental Services Department, the Technical Coordinator will be responsible for tasks related to water distribution, waste water collection and storm water collection systems by assisting with;

  • Development Application Circulation Review,
  • Capital Project review,
  • Development Agreement review,
  • initiate inspections for pre – building permit approval,
  • letter of credit release sign offs,
  • infill service connection reviews,
  • coordinating and managing comments,
  • acceptance for Maintenance,
  • the Waterworks Supervisors to: comment on development submissions, be involved with field inspections and records view prior to assumption, assist with field investigation, and assist with, coordinate and help produce changes to design standards.  

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Review plans and development applications, attend meetings, produce and coordinate departmental comments to ensure new development: Official Plans, Secondary Plans, Site Plans, Servicing Plans, Subdivision Plans Reviews, Infill housing servicing availability, service material type and existing condition assessment review, City capital projects review conform to the requirements of the Environmental Services Department
  • Coordinates and facilitates Environmental Services Department reviews and discussions of possible City’s Design Standards and Standard Drawings to incorporate changing and evolving technology that supports lower total life cycle operating costs and that increase that asset’s total life cycle reliability.
  • Uses electronic tools such as AutoCAD, ePlan, etc. when producing development submission reviews and providing comments, produce Standard Drawing change requests and renders new Standard Drawings for consideration. May also be asked to use various electronic modeling software and work management tools.
  • Participates in, as required, various engineering and capital projects within System Engineering or within the Department as directed by the System Engineer.
  • Undertake data compilation, analysis and production of reports for the operation, management and planning of the water, waste water and storm water systems. Maintaining/adding to various records/databases.
  • Assist with Sewer Use By-law discharge compliance assessment and damage cost recovery investigations.
  • Respond to inquiries from and/or liaise with internal departments, industrial / commercial / institutional (ICI) customers, Region of York, developers, engineering consultants, other level of government / agencies, etc. on system engineering programs / practices / procedures, wastewater or water by-law compliance, development applications, consumer use issues / education and other Waterworks System Engineering-related matters, as required.
  • Liaison with Engineering Department, coordinate and participate with infill redevelopment for information gathering, review and conduct field inspection as required.
  • Portable field based electronic device deployment management, communication monitoring and data retrieval, data management, data processing and information verification, information analysis and trending, and information interpretation to assist decision making and support.
  • Monitor and supervise as required contractors, consultants and contract staff hired for various Waterworks programs.
  • Lead and/or participate on special project teams, as assigned and champions the corporate/ commission / departmental vision, mission and values among colleagues and co-workers. Provide backup support as required within System Engineering.
  • Performs other duties as assigned, in accordance with departmental or commission / corporate objectives.

Qualifications

  • University degree in civil or environmental engineering with emphasis on water distribution, wastewater collection systems, storm water collection systems and hydraulics.
  • Demonstrated experience and involvement in Linear Municipal Infrastructure Design associated with water, wastewater and storm water infrastructure.
  • Demonstrated understanding of municipal water distribution, wastewater collection system and storm water collection systems compliance issues and related legislation, preferably as it applies in an urban growth environment.
  • Experience in Municipal Infrastructure review associated with linear water, wastewater and storm water infrastructure will be considered as an asset.
  • Familiarity with field deployed information gathering devices, their programming, data retrieve, data storage and information management.
  • Preference will be given to minimum 2 years EIT experience or a holder of the Professional Engineer’s (P.Eng) license from the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).
  • Class G driver licence in good standing and reliable vehicle to use on corporate business
  • Computer literacy utilizing word-processing, spreadsheets, Waterworks-related databases, system modeling software, and the Internet; experience with infrastructure management (IMS) technology – preferably Hansen software.
  • AutoCAD or other commercial computer aided design (CAD) drafting software applications. Working knowledge of InfoWorks-CS / ICM and InfoWater modeling software, and infrastructure management technology (Hansen software) would be a strong asset.
  • Ability to multi-task using strong organizational skills in a team oriented environment and the ability to communicate to various internal and external audiences while demonstrating strong customer service, etiquette and effective / active listening skills are considered  key success factor in this role.

Core Behaviours

  • Service Excellence: Meets or exceeds service standards when interacting with customers in the community and in the organization.
  • Change & Innovation: Responds positively and professionally to change and helps others through change.
  • Teamwork & Relationship Building: Interacts with others in an inclusive, collaborative and respectful way that creates effective working relationships.
  • Communication: Communicates in a clear, professional and respectful way; demonstrates active listening.
  • Accountable & Results Oriented: Demonstrates ethical behavior and accountability, aligns with City values, and abides by relevant policies and legislation.
  • Management & Leadership: Demonstrates self-management, professionalism and engagement; leads by example.

The City of Markham is committed to inclusive, accessible, and barrier free employment practices and to creating a workplace that reflects and supports the diversity of the community we serve.  Please let us know if you require an accommodation and we will work with you to ensure a barrier free hiring process.

The City of Markham has established a mandatory vaccination requirement for staff related to the COVID-19 pandemic.  As a result, should you be a successful candidate for a position with the City of Markham you will be required to provide proof of full vaccination upon a conditional offer of employment.  Should you require accommodation in accordance with the Human Rights policy with respect to your vaccine status, you will be required to disclose that at the time of conditional offer so that an accommodation can be developed prior to your start date.

We thank all applicants who have applied. However, only those applications selected for an interview will be contacted.

Distribution/Collection Relief Operator

Posting date:  November 14, 2022

Job Title: Distribution/Collection Relief Operator

Number of Vacancies: 1

Posting number: EX22-1336

Status: Permanent position

Should there be no fully qualified candidate for this position, a less qualified candidate who can be expected to meet the required qualifications within a reasonable period may be considered for this position as a training/development opportunity.

Range of Pay: $27.48 to $31.50 per hour
(Training Opportunity range of pay is $26.11 to $29.92 per hour. The successful candidate will be paid at the reduced range until the minimum qualifications have been met.)

Hours of Work: 80 hours bi-weekly

Shift Work Required: Yes – (shift work may be required)

Start date: To follow selection process

Initial Reporting Location: Frobisher

Section: Distribution and Collection
Division: Linear Infrastructure Services
Department: Growth and Infrastructure                                                                                              

Duties:     Under the supervision of a distribution/collection Foreperson/Sub-Foreperson:     

  1. Operate system components and perform preventative and corrective maintenance repairs to water distribution and wastewater collection facilities.
  2. Transport personnel, material, merchandise, equipment or refuse.
  3. Load and unload truck by hand or mechanical device, such as a loader.
  4. Oversee up to three workers in the performance of routine duties.
  5. Perform routine labour work as required.
  6. Work as an assistant or helper to various tradespersons, equipment operators, crews or other personnel.
  7. Perform the duties of flag person and assist in traffic control, as directed.
  8. Collect samples and perform routine lab tests as directed.
  9. Develop and maintain a thorough working knowledge of CGS’s Safety Manual and the applicable Provincial Legislation listed therein.
  10. Perform other related duties as required.

Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of Secondary School (Grade XII) Education.
  • Must possess a valid Ontario Class “DZ” drivers’ licence and have an acceptable driving record.
  • Must be certified as an Operator In Training (OIT) and be willing and able to complete certification of Water Distribution Level 1 and Wastewater Collection Level 1 within eighteen (18) months.
  • Six (6) months of related experience considered an asset.
  • Must be physically capable of performing the characteristic duties and operating a vehicle safely.
  • Must be able to write necessary shift reports, operate a mobile radio, evaluate and comprehend as-built drawings and associated equipment operating manuals.
  • Must be able to effectively complete M.M.M.S. Crew Cards.
  • Excellent use of English; verbally and in writing.
  • Satisfactory health, attendance and former employment history.
  • Must provide, at own cost, a Criminal Record Check.

Note: A Criminal Record Check will be requested by the Hiring Manager should you be the candidate of choice.  Please do not submit your Criminal Record Check with your application.

Résumés quoting EX22-1336 are invited and will be received by the City of Greater Sudbury’s Human Resources and Organizational Development Division, by e-mail at hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca or fax at 705-688-3979, for the above noted position until 4:30 p.m. on Monday, November 28, 2022.  Any application received after this deadline will not be considered.

All City of Greater Sudbury employees are required to be fully vaccinated as a condition of hire in accordance with the City’s mandatory Vaccination Policy. Please do not submit your proof of vaccination with your resume. This information will only be required if you are selected as the candidate of choice. For more information, please visit our website at www.greatersudbury.ca/jobs.

Interested applicants who have questions regarding certification are encouraged to visit the OWWCO website at www.owwco.ca

All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  If contacted, and you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, you must advise the Hiring Manager.

The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment, and are happy to hire qualified (including education credential) applicants from anywhere. In order to hire a candidate one must be legally entitled to work in Canada, with legally entitled being defined as having all of the necessary paperwork processed, approved and responded to, by way of a work permit being issued and received.  Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of determining suitability for this competition only in accordance with The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Project Manager, Traffic and Transportation

Project Manager, Traffic and Transportation
Permanent Full-Time – 35 hours per week
J1122-0495

Reporting to the Manager, Development Engineering, this position is involved in all aspects of the identification, initiation, design, review, and implementation of municipal traffic and transportation infrastructure related to development, capital projects, and municipal needs. This would include commenting on development applications, capital projects, and municipal initiatives, and the review of traffic and transportation reports and drawings, Municipal By-Laws, and applicable design guidelines and legislation.

This position also investigates, analyzes, and responds to resident concerns and inquiries with respect to municipal traffic and transportation-related matters such as traffic control devices, speed limits, parking, active transportation, sight distance, radar signs, traffic calming measures, street naming, and other associated infrastructure.

Responsibilities:

  • Performs on-site inspections related to traffic and transportation components of development and capital projects as required, ensuring compliance with Provincial and Town standards, policies,  engineering requirements, design specifications, etc. Arranges for corrective measures when deficiencies and inaccuracies are identified.
  • Maintains a vehicle collision information system to track all the vehicle collisions that have occurred within the Town. Performs collision analysis and operational reviews on Town roads for prioritizing safety-related projects.
  • Collects, monitors, analyses and evaluates data regarding the performance of traffic control systems, elements, and devices. This involves conducting research, surveys, investigations, inspections,  tours, traffic volume, and speed data.
  • Undertakes studies to identify long and short-term needs of the Municipality’s traffic and transportation network through the coordination of studies and issuance of Request for Proposals (RFPs), to facilitate Municipal Class Environmental Assessments (MCEAs), Master Plans, etc.
  • Prepares Requests for Proposal (RFP) and Requests for Quotation (RFQ) documents. Participates in selection of RFP and RFQ awards. Coordinates and reviews the work of consultants hired by the Town to undertake traffic and transportation-related studies, initiatives, works, and services.
  • Receives and addresses complaints and maintains a complaint tracking and follow-up system.
  • Monitors the installation of traffic and transportation infrastructure to ensure conformance with design drawings and specifications. Updates and maintains various databases. Manipulates data and prepares reports based on findings for various scenarios regarding traffic and transportation infrastructure impact.
  • Attends evening meetings, such as public meetings, resident meetings, Committee of the Whole, and Council, as required.
  • Cross-trains and provides support to the Engineering Branch with all aspects and duties of a Project Manager.

Qualifications:

  • Requires a three-year college diploma in Transportation Engineering Technology or Bachelor of Engineering
  • Requires a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) designation or an Engineer in Training (EIT) designation
  • Registered Professional Engineer (P. Eng) or Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) preferred
  • 3-5 years of experience in a relevant related position preferred
  • Requires a valid driver’s licence and reliable transportation
  • Substantial experience in transportation and traffic analysis including warrants and safety audits

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-centered services to our community.

Salary: $69,071.39 – $86,353.19, plus employer-paid benefits and OMERS pension plan

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and copies of the required credentials (diploma, training, designations, etc) through our ATS by November 28th.

Project Manager, Traffic and Transportation

 

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

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.

Groundskeeper / Arena Operator

BUILD HEALTHY COMMUNITIES.

Job Summary:
Under the general direction of the CAO, the Groundskeeper / Arena Operator plays a key role in the Parks and Recreation services available to the citizens of the District of Stewart. You will support the District in the responsible care of Stewart’s outdoor parks, recreation spaces, and the Al Lawrence Memorial Arena. You will operate, inspect, and maintain a variety of equipment and vehicles in this full-time role, with availability for some shift / weekend work. You are a stickler for safety, and you take pride in contributing to a healthy and active community lifestyle.

Where is the Job?
With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’ s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Parks and Grounds:
      • Perform grass, tree and parkland maintenance; and following guidance of accepted  practices/procedures;
      • Assist with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems;
      • Assist with the erection, maintenance and inspection of playground equipment and fences;
      • Assist with the maintenance of cemeteries, including excavating and filling of graves;
      • Supervise summer and casual staff as required.
  • Arena:
      • Perform regular maintenance of Arena including janitorial duties and minor repairs; ensure supplies are in stock;
      • Operate and maintain the ice-making equipment including the compressors, condenser, refrigeration units and related piping;
      • Assist with the operation and maintenance of the building heating system;
      • Maintain the ice surface including flooding, operating the ice resurfacer, ice painting, etc.;
      • Sell and monitor ice time use;
      • In conjunction with the Recreation Coordinator assist in the coordination of Groundskeeper / Arena Operator special events at the arena;
      • Sharpen skates;
      • Annual ice in/ice out operations;
      • Maintain a clear access to the building and around all exit doors.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • An annual wage of $28.99 / hour;
  • A comprehensive benefits package; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
      • Valid BC Driver’s Licence with Airbrake endorsement (minimum Class 5);
      • A valid Occupational First Aid, Level 1 certificate;
      • Understanding of Occupational Health and Safety Regulations as established by the Workers’ Compensation Board of BC;
      • Traffic Control Person training;
      • Water Distribution Level I Certificate and Water Treatment Level 1 Certificate;
      • Wastewater Collection Level 1 Certificate and Wastewater Treatment Level 1 Certificate; and
      • Ice Facilities Operation Certificate, or 5th Class Power Engineer Certification.
  • Your Experience:
      • Experience or training related to this position;
      • Experience in small engine repair;
      • Physical ability to satisfy the requirements of this position;
      • An affinity for and a willingness to learn the operation of machines, vehicles, and heavy equipment and undertake training as required for the job duties; and
      • Ability to maintain harmonious relationships with the public and staff members.

What to do Next:
Send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until Dec. 1, 2022.

Manager, Engineering Services

a division of Ravenhill Smith Inc.

 

The Town of Saugeen Shores  (current population 15K+) is a community poised for growth, located on the shores of Lake Huron. We pay careful attention to all we value: our beautiful natural environment, our waterfront and beaches, our community spirit and sense of pride, our inspired residents, and valued visitors. Guided by the town’s vision – Future Ready: a committed and focused team, working together to grow and continuously improve to better serve the community. Those who work for Saugeen Shores know how to work together to get things done … a  real benefit to all who choose to visit the Town of Saugeen Shores or call it home.

Currently, we are working with the Town of Saugeen Shores to fill a vacancy for: Manager, Engineering Services

Reporting to the Director, Development Services, you will lead a dynamic team that provides design and construction services; engineering services on permit and application processes; design and execution of multiple ongoing projects; and serve as the drainage superintendent. You will oversee the strategic capital planning and project management in collaboration with other departments.  A leader by example you are skilled at building and maintaining key relationships that focus on service delivery.

Key Responsibilities

  • A top advisor to the Director
  • Project and Program Management including planning, designing, tendering
  • Asset Management/GIS Coordination
  • Development Review
  • Drainage Superintendent
  • Management/People Leadership
  • Financial Management
  • Policy/Procedure Management

Your Competencies

  • Analytical: You are accomplished at figuring things out and decision-making.
  • Change Management: Leading change is one of your strengths.
  • Communication: You are an effective confident communicator able to make presentations.
  • Financial Management: You know what’s going on and have a bent for cost-effectiveness.
  • Initiative: Make it happen, be responsible, challenge the status quo, words that describe you.
  • Planning and Leadership You are a forward-thinking proactive leader.
  • Problem Solving Decision Making: You get to the root cause, find a solution and decide.
  • Project Management: Past success shows how you can lead, deliver, on budget, and on time.
  • Strategic Thinking: You can effectively sort out long and short-term plans/actions. You understand, analyze, plan, implement, and assess organizational strategy.

The Ideal Candidate:
The ideal candidate should possess: • Diploma or degree in Civil Engineering or related Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) •  P. Eng. designation an asset • Minimum of 5 years related experience, at least 2 in the Municipal sector • Diploma in Asset Management (PMP) or other similar designations an asset • Understands GIS  • Valid G drivers license

Interested candidates are invited to submit their application to Ravenhill Group Inc.,  attention Glen Smith, including resume and cover letter that clearly outline their qualifications and relevant experience, no later than 9:00 am on Monday, December 5, 2022 via email: glen@ravenhillgroup.com  1-888-447-5910 ext. 705

Project Manager

City of Portage la Prairie
Project Manager

The City of Portage la Prairie is seeking a full-time Project Manager.  Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Project Manager is responsible for project management of capital construction projects and engineering services within the Operations Department.

Responsibilities:

  • Participates as a member of the Operations Department management team, ensuring a coordinated effort of resources in the delivery of department services.
  • Works with the Division Managers within the Operations Department with respect to special projects, in the areas of water treatment and distribution, wastewater treatment and collection, roads, land drainage collection systems, solid waste and recycling, parks and aquatic environment, asset management plan program development, as assigned by the Director.
  • Provides technical support and expertise to Operations Divisions and other City departments.
  • Conducts plan reviews and provides inspection services for residential subdivisions, in accordance with development agreements.
  • Prepares reports and provides recommendations with respect to community planning issues; such as subdivision applications, easements, and land sales.
  • Liaises with representatives of other municipalities, the provincial and federal governments, consultants, and community groups.
  • Participates in the annual formulation of the departmental budget including the 10-year capital budget.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or Certified Engineering Technologist program and five years of previous experience in municipal engineering. The incumbent requires a working knowledge of engineering design, project management, and municipal infrastructure. The successful candidate will possess good organizational skills and management abilities, leadership skills, the ability to communicate effectively and to use computerized technology and software in the engineering field.

This position offers a salary range of $81,940 – $96,400 and a benefit package.

The selection committee intends to review applications as early as November 4th, 2022; however, applications may continue to be accepted until the right candidate is found.

Please forward resumes to:

Human Resources Office, City of Portage la Prairie
97 Saskatchewan Ave East
Portage la Prairie, MB, R1N 0L8
FAX (204) 239-1532

Email Address: hr@city-plap.com.          Website: www.city-plap.com

 

We thank all applicants for applying; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

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.

Manager of Engineering Projects

Title:                        Manager of Engineering Projects
Department:       Engineering and Capital Planning
Status:                    Full-time, Permanent, 35 hour/week
Salary:                    $108,308.90
Settlement
Allowance:           $22,378.25
Union Status:      Excluded
Closing Date:      Open Until Filled

The Manager of Engineering Projects is responsible for leading teams including a small team of staff and consultants to execute and deliver capital and engineering related projects.  The manager makes recommendations to the Director regarding budgets, project approaches, procurement methods and changes as required.   They will implement processes and systems to ensure  team members and consultants have a clear understanding of work flow processes, tendering/procurement and information management.  The manager is responsible for completing reviews and providing direction to staff and consultants  during planning, design and execution phases of project with the objective to ensure projects are completed within allocated resources meeting project schedules and budgets.

Preferred Education and Experience Qualifications

  • A bachelor degree in engineering or related field
  • Professional engineer and NPEG certified or eligibility for registration in Nunavut is required
  • Minimum -7 years experience of municipal or utility service experience;
  • Minimum 3 years of managing and mentoring technical staff;
  • Class 5 Driver’s License

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Municipal engineering design and construction experience is essential with specific experience related to water, sanitary, projects involving both renewal and replacement and new capital works projects including water resources in relation to a dam project and general civil works;
  • Design and construction experience in potable water, sewage and drainage pumping stations;
  • Municipal planning/modelling experience on potable water, sewage and drainage systems;
  • Strong communication (written and verbal), interpersonal and teamwork skills. Technical review skills needed to support evaluation of technical reports, tools, support documents, and training materials;
  • Previous success in customer service and client management;
  • Ability to work independently;
  • Ability to mentor junior staff;

Assets:

  • PMP desgination
  • Basic knowledge of AutoCAD/Civil 3D
  • Training on confined space entry
  • WSCC Supervisor Familiarization Course

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

Due to the nature of this position, a Criminal Record check and a clean driver’s abstract are required of this position. 

 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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City of Iqaluit
Box 460
Iqaluit, Nunavut
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Ville d’Iqaluit
C.P. 460
Iqaluit, Nunavut
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info@iqaluit.ca
www.iqaluit.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 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.