Solutions Analyst

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

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

The successful candidate must possess the following:

Qualifications:

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

Technical Skills:

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

Personal Skills:

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

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

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

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

To apply please use one of the following options:

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

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

Manager, Policy and Intergovernmental Relations

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

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

The Opportunity

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

Your role
Relationship Building and Networking

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

Tracking and Monitoring

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

Strategic and Policy Project Management

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

Qualifications

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

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

Rate
$97,600.00- $122,000.00

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

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

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

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

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.

Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Class II – extended

The City of Quinte West invites applications for the following full-time position:

Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Class II

Public Works and Environmental Services

Reporting to the Manager of Water and Wastewater Services and/or the Overall Responsible Operator (ORO), the Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2 is responsible for operating and maintaining the process control equipment for the municipality’s water and wastewater treatment plants including any associated booster and pumping stations.  The Operator will perform mechanical and facility maintenance and operate and monitor the treatment processes.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The position will:

  • Inspect, operate and maintain all mechanical, electrical, and chemical systems associated with the municipality’s water and wastewater treatment plants.
  • Record all data from booster and pumping stations, where they exist, including daily flows, chlorine feeds, fluoride feeds, power usage, and chemical residuals.
  • Make operational changes necessary to maintain treatment based on process data collected; making and implementing operational changes as required.
  • Undertake all sampling as required by Provincial standards, rules, and regulations.
  • Unplug blocked lines and pumps as required.
  • Perform basic laboratory tests on water and sewage samples including fluoride and chlorine residuals, alkalinity, pH, etc.
  • Carry out tasks related to systems preventative maintenance programs, report repair requirements to the Manager, the ORO and/or Director of Public Works and Environmental Services as the case may be, including recommendations, and assist with the repair of equipment as required.
  • Maintain, as directed, the water and wastewater plant grounds and buildings including the periodic cleaning of walls, floors, and windows and the painting of buildings and equipment.
  • Use process interpretation skills and troubleshooting skills to alter plant operation to repair and maintain equipment and system as required.
  • Ensure that the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act are followed.
  • Be available for on-call service as directed by the Manager of Water and Wastewater Services.
  • Be available for after-hour and weekend work as required.
  • Be courteous to the public and show respect for equipment, etc.

Note:  Above duties are representative of a typical position and are not to be construed as all-inclusive.

Education/Specialized Training/Skills:

The position will require:

  • A minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Valid certification in Class II water and/or wastewater treatment.
  • Computer skills and accurate record-keeping skills.
  • Laboratory skills.
  • Working knowledge of instrumentation devices.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
  • Valid Class G Driver’s Licence and a clear driver’s abstract.

Work Experience:

A minimum of three (3) years of experience in the field of municipal water and/or wastewater treatment systems is required.

Remuneration: 2022 C.U.P.E. Salary Grid Band 8  – $32.90/hr – $34.25/hr

Qualified applicants are invited to apply online with their resume by 11:59 pm on December 12, 2022. They may also visit the City of Quinte West website at www.quintewest.ca for more information.

We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and is used to determine eligibility for potential employment.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, the City of Quinte West is pleased to accommodate the individual needs of applicants with disabilities within the recruitment process. Please call 613-392-2841 x1106 or email hr@quintewest.ca if you require an accommodation to ensure your participation in the recruitment and selection process.

Applicants will be required to consent to the completion of a criminal reference check and the completion of a driver’s abstract if deemed a requirement of the position.

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.

General Manager, Strategic Communications and Community Engagement

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

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

The Opportunity

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

Your role

Leadership

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

Department Management

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

Performance Monitoring and Measurement

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

Financial Management.

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

Qualifications

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

Rate

$136,800- $171,000 per year

How to apply

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

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

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

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

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

City Clerk

CITY OF ORILLIA
CORPORATE SERVICES DEPARTMENT
CITY CLERK

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

POSITION OVERVIEW

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

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

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

POSITION EDUCATION, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE:

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

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

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

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

Chief Administrative Officer / Clerk-Treasurer

Township of Matachewan
Chief Administrative Officer / Clerk-Treasurer

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

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

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

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

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

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

Chief Building Official / By-Law Enforcement Officer

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

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

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

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

Salary is currently under review

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

Infrastructure Analyst

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

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

The successful candidate must possess the following:

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

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

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

To apply please use one of the following options:

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

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

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