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Procurement Advisor

Procurement Advisor

Town of Richmond Hill

Procurement Advisor (2 positions)
Corporate and Financial Services Department

Richmond Hill is the third most populated municipality in York Region with close to 209,000 residents. It’s Council and staff are committed to providing an exceptional quality of life for the community. Richmond Hill is an equal opportunity employer committed to attracting, retaining and developing a winning team that is committed to providing exceptional public service. Visit RichmondHill.ca to learn more about the place “Where people come together to build our community.”

Reporting to the Manager, Procurement and as part of the procurement team the Procurement Advisor provides efficient and effective acquisition services and strategic advice in support of the Town of Richmond Hill initiatives and activities, all in accordance with applicable Policies, Procedures and Trade Treaty Agreements.

You will:
  • Issue Requests for Bids, Proposals, Quotes, Requests for Supplier Qualifications and Requests for Roster Candidates
  • Review client specifications and identify best practice, appropriate method of purchase and advice clients on all available options
  • Facilitate a variety of competitive bid solicitations and subsequent evaluation processes
  • Assist in conducting pre-bid conferences and post award debriefings
  • Work with the Manager to mediate, facilitate and resolve bid disputes if it arises
  • Conduct negotiations where required and manage the award process including request, receipt and review of documentations such as legal agreements, WSIB certificates, insurance certificates, bonds, etc. and determine acceptability
  • Process requests for Purchase Orders for variety of contract types and any amendments utilizing finance software applications
The ideal candidate will possess:
  • A University degree in Public or Business Administration, Business Law, Finance, Procurement or closely related field
  • A minimum of 5 years purchasing experience with a minimum of 2 years in public sector purchasing
  • Experience with implementing electronic tendering solution would be highly preferred
  • Working knowledge or good understanding of the non-binding procurement process will be an asset
  • Certification in the Supply Chain Management Association's (SCMA) professional designation program (CSCMP) or National Institute of Governmental Purchasing's (NIGP) certification program (CPPB or CPPO) is an asset
  • Knowledge of Procurement Policies, Procedures, related Treaty Agreements and implied duties, that are applicable to the competitive process for Public entities
  • Demonstrated knowledge of legal issues relating to contracting and competitive bidding
  • Excellent bid process management skills in order to avoid or mitigate legal risk exposure
  • Excellent interpersonal skills in order to deal effectively with staff at all levels of the organization, the public and vendors
  • Good organizational skills to effectively work independently and within teams comprised of members of various departments
  • Ability to write, read and comprehend complex documents with critical attention to detail
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise good judgment and discretion
  • Experience or knowledge of SAP Finance application would be considered an asset
  • Strong working knowledge of Windows based environment
  • Demonstration of the Town’s corporate values of service, collaboration, care, and courage
  • A valid “G” Class Ontario’s Driver’s License in good standing and a reliable vehicle to use on corporate business (mileage compensated). You will be required to provide proof of vehicle insurance upon hire

          

Salary:       $71,979. to $84,663. (Subject to compensation review).

Applications will be accepted up to 4:30 p.m., on December 15, 2017. To apply visit our website at: RichmondHill.ca/Employment

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

The Town of Richmond Hill is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted to participate in the recruitment and selection process, please advise Human Resources if you require an accommodation.

 


Procurement Advisor Richmond Hill Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-01
Province: Ontario





Manager, Building Inspection & Bylaw Enforcement

Manager, Building Inspection & Bylaw Enforcement

Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD)

Majestic mountains, the rugged West Coast Trail, serene lakes and one of the world’s tallest free-standing timber rail trestles all lie in the picturesque Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD). Located on Vancouver Island, the CVRD provides a wide range of local government services to a population of 80,000, located within its 4 distinct municipalities and 9 electoral areas.

Are you a team leader motivated by challenge?

Then this opportunity is for you!

Reporting to the General Manager of Land Use Services, the Manager, Building Inspection & Bylaw Enforcement oversees the administration, performance and provision of effective and efficient services related to building inspection and bylaw enforcement in a uniform manner, consistent with the regulations and policies of the division. This is an operational management position that leads, guides and supports a multi-disciplinary team in a unionized environment.

Your professional qualifications will include:
  • Degree/diploma in a related field
  • 2 years post-secondary courses in law enforcement and conflict management
  • Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible management-level experience in the field of building inspection and bylaw enforcement ideally in a local government environment
  • Knowledge and experience interpreting and applying various legislation
  • Substantive supervisory experience in a unionized environment with proven people leadership skills
  • Current and valid BC Drivers’ License

As the ideal candidate you will have functional knowledge of modern building practices and a broad knowledge of the Local Government Act, Community Charter, regional district bylaws, court proceedings, rules of evidence, labour and WorkSafeBC regulations. You are adept at managing work teams, finances and project deadlines. You possess exemplary political acumen and verbal and written communication skills.

The Cowichan Valley Regional District offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including flextime. For a complete job description or further information on this exciting opportunity, please visit our website at www.cvrd.bc.ca

Please forward your resume in complete confidence to the Human Resources Division before 4:30 p.m. on January 5, 2018 quoting competition LUS17097-E. We can be reached by e-mail at hr@cvrd.bc.ca (please use either MSWord or pdf format), or by mail at 175 Ingram Street, DUNCAN BC  V9L 1N8, or by fax at (250)746‑2522.

The Cowichan Valley Regional District would like to thank all applicants. Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Manager, Building Inspection & Bylaw Enforcement Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2018-01-01
Date Posted: 2017-11-10
Province: British Columbia





Maintenance Technician Lead Hand (Water)

Maintenance Technician Lead Hand (Water)

Regional District of Alberni‐Clayoquot

The Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District is situated in the heart of Vancouver Island; it includes the municipalities of Port Alberni, Tofino, and Ucluelet and the Treaty Nations of Huu-ay-aht, Uchucklesaht, Toquaht and Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ. Six electoral areas encompass the west coasts most dramatic and majestic landscapes.

The Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District operates six community water systems ranging in size from 2 connections to 1,200. There are various water supplies including groundwater wells, surface water and bulk water purchased from the City of Port Alberni.

Under the direction of the Manager of Environmental Services, the Maintenance Technician Lead Hand (Water) assists in the coordination of daily maintenance and operation of the drinking water systems of the ACRD to ensure safe and reliable compliance with industry standards and operating certificates. This position works collectively with all employees and contracted water services of the ACRD to ensure the efficient delivery of quality services.

The complete job description is available at www.acrd.bc.ca.

The ideal candidate will possess:
  • Commitment to excellent customer service;
  • Ability to oversee day to day waterworks operations and coordinate contractors and employees;
  • Skills to ensure compliance with relevant regulations, standards and policies;
  • Ability to interact with a wide range of stakeholders including Regional Board, staff, community groups, ratepayers, professionals, first nations and all levels of government;
  • Competency in responding to varied time sensitive demands that will require exceptional multi tasking, delegation and prioritizing capabilities; and
  • A Level II Water Distribution Operator Certificate.


The successful candidate will be required to be a member of CUPE Local 118 (Alberni-Clayoquot Unit). The rate of pay will be $35.26 per hour based on a 40 hour work week and the ability to carry a pager and respond to after hour emergencies. Benefits are outlined in the CUPE
Collective Agreement.

Qualified applicants are invited to forward their resume by 4:30 pm on Friday, December 15, 2017 to:

Wendy Thomson, Manager of Administrative Services
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, BC V9Y 2E3
E-mail: wthomson@acrd.bc.ca
Phone: (250) 720-2706

We thank all applicants in advance for their interest, however; only those under consideration will be contacted.


Maintenance Technician Lead Hand (Water) Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-16
Province: British Columbia





Senior Project Officer

Senior Project Officer

BC Housing

To be considered for this role, applications MUST be submitted online at: https://www.bchousing.org/careers/current-opportunities

  • Join one of BC's Top Employers!
  • Use your project management experience to help improve the lives of others! 
  • Be part of an exceptional company culture with great employee benefits and a healthy work/life balance! 

Build a career with one of BC's Top Employers! 

BC Housing is a trusted leader and partner in providing housing solutions for British Columbians. Through safe, affordable and quality housing, we truly make a positive difference in people’s lives and communities.

This year, BC Housing has once again been recognized as one of BC's Top 55 Employers and one of Canada's Greenest Employers! That doesn’t happen by accident. We know that our team of talented and compassionate employees is our greatest asset and ensuring their health and well-being is our number one priority. 

Here are just some of the ways we look after our team:

  • Three weeks' annual vacation, flexible working arrangements and additional paid personal days off to help you achieve work/life balance
  • Flexible benefit options customized for you and your family
  • Generous maternity and parental leave top-up payments so you can spend more time with your family
  • A wellness rewards program that promotes physical activity and mental well-being
  • Free access to on-site fitness facility 

If you want to build a successful and rewarding career with BC Housing, please read about the opportunity below or visit www.bchousing.org/careers

An exciting opportunity awaits! 

We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time Senior Project Officer to play a pivotal role in the delivery of affordable housing across the Province. Based at our conveniently located Burnaby office and traveling to sites when required, you'll be responsible for planning and managing a diverse portfolio of social housing, group home and special facility development projects from initiation and warranty inspection, to final occupancy.

As a Senior Project Officer, you'll also be responsible for providing assistance to non-profit housing providers and local communities as they develop their housing developments. You may also have the opportunity to work with the Real Estate division on the negotiation of property acquisitions, dispositions and interests of land. 

Primary duties include, but are not limited to: 
  • Developing project scope, budgets and schedules and working closely with stakeholders to determine where efficiencies, compromises and/or alternatives can be utilized in order to achieve the desired financial outcome for each project
  • Working within a team on the planning and design coordination for various projects 
  • Working closely with finance on the financial feasibility of a number of varied projects
  • Reviewing cost estimates and project schedules as well as monitoring budgets with external and internal stakeholders
  • Assisting in the establishment of terms of reference for the selection, guidance, monitoring and review of contracted private consulting firms, as required
  • Liaising with local municipal bodies to ensure the regulatory development requirements are met

Of course, no two days are likely to be the same in this role. If you're seeking a rewarding opportunity that offers lots of challenge, collaboration and a healthy work/life balance, this could be the role for you! 

You'll be a great fit for this role if you have previous project management experience, ideally related to the development of multi-residential housing. You'll also have a university degree in business administration, project management, land use planning, real estate development financing or a related field. 

Most importantly, we're seeking candidates who share the values of our organization and who are committed to helping those in need. You'll also be equipped with superior analytical, planning, organizational and problem-solving skills and have proven ability to manage multiple, large-scale projects. Previous experience negotiating and brokering an array of agendas and working knowledge of multiple-unit housing development is needed, as is computer proficiency. 

Due to the nature of this role, a valid BC driver's license, access to a reliable vehicle and the ability to travel is also required. 

The benefits of joining a Top Employer! 

We didn't become one of BC's Top Employers and one of Canada's Greenest Employers without a lot of thought, care and consideration for our team and environment. Upon joining BC Housing, you'll be warmly welcomed into our supportive and collaborative workplace that balances engaging and challenging work with personal downtime and wellness initiatives.

All of our employees are rewarded with a competitive remuneration package and a host of great benefits, including:  

  • Paid BC Medical Services Plan (MSP) and Extended Health and Dental
  • Short-term illness and injury plus long-term disability benefits
  • Group life insurance and AD&D
  • Public Service Pension plan 
  • Employee and Family Assistance program
  • Canada Savings Bond plan 
  • Professional training, development and career progression opportunities 
  • Generous maternity and parental leave top-up payments
  • Three weeks' annual vacation plus a modified work week option and additional paid personal days 

We're also a social and inclusive team that values open communication and transparency. We ensure that all of our team members have a voice and that their opinions are heard and actioned. We genuinely appreciate the amazing effort that our people go to each and every day and we also have Reward and Recognition programs that reward great effort, long service, environmental awareness, good ideas, and positive change. 

If you are passionate about what you do and want to use your expertise to engage in meaningful and challenging work, please apply to join our team today! 

To be considered for this role, applications MUST be submitted online at: https://www.bchousing.org/careers/current-opportunities


Senior Project Officer BC Housing British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-17
Date Posted: 2017-11-17
Province: British Columbia





Director Of Community Services

Director Of Community Services

The Town of Cochrane

 

The Town of Cochrane recognized in 2017 as one of the top small towns to visit for Canada Day, is looking for an innovative and experienced Director of Community Services. You will enjoy the challenges of working with a skilled municipal team, Council, committed Recreation Board members and community volunteers to reposition the Community Services Department Services to deliver innovative, consistent and high-quality customer service, community engagement and resource management.

If you are looking for a change in pace, the Town of Cochrane, situated around Lake Commando, has the largest gold mine in North America nearby, two world class forestry mills poised for prosperity, some of the leading green energy initiatives in the region, home to the Polar Bear Express train which is one of the few great rail excursions left in the world.  Cochrane boasts of a very diversified economy in retail, tourism, hospitality, restoration, and construction and trades.

The Director, reporting to the CAO, participates as a member of the Senior Management Team and is responsible for the planning, development, general/financial management and leadership of the Department of Community Services – comprising of parks and recreational and cultural programming, facilities planning, construction, maintenance and operations (including facilities, playgrounds, parks and trails), Tim Horton Event Centre, the Lake Commando Park Facility and Commando Lake  programs, Cochrane Childcare Centre and festival & event management.

You bring 3 or more years of Senior Management Leisure and Community Services experience to the town; you are a communicator who is comfortable in the community, at the council table and interacting with all levels of staff and volunteers; you are a superb coach and mentor who is looking forward to helping the Town of Cochrane utilize their physical assets such as the Tim Horton Event Centre and the new Commando Park facility to provide best in class services to the community.

Education, Skills and Experience
  • College or University Degree in Recreation or Leisure studies, Public or Business Administration, Marketing or equivalent education and experience.
  • Successful Senior Management experience with strong long term planning and demonstrated Human Resource Management skills.
  • Strong financial management, grants writing and fundraising skills.
  • Demonstrated skills in working effectively with Council, Board, various Community Groups and volunteers in building successful community partnerships.
  • Understands and able to demonstrate best practices in Customer Services.
  • Experience in developing policies, practices and standards and asset management.
  • Strong research, analysis, project management and report writing skills
  • Strong communication and effective problem solving skills with Provincial government partners, community partners and organizations.
  • Communicating effectively in both languages (French and English) would be an asset

 

Please feel free to forward this opportunity to those that may be interested.  To receive more information about Cochrane,  please  contact   http://www.cochraneontario.com.  To get more information about  this position or to submit your resume, please contact Evelyn Dean at info@edeanassociates.com  or leave a message at 519-538-4391. Deadline to submit resume is Friday, December 15th, 2017. We look forward to your inquiries.


Director Of Community Services Cochrane Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-17
Province: Ontario





Director of Finance

Director of Finance

Municipality of Hall Beach

Municipality of Hall Beach has an employment opportunity for the position of Director of Finance who would report to the Senior Administrative Officer.

Responsibilities and Duties include but are not limited to:
  • Maintain all municipal finances
  • Oversee finance department and monitor all departmental activities
  • Prepare annual budgets
  • Prepare financial statements with attendant reconciliations and analysis
  • Develop financial policies as required
Qualifications required (minimum)
  • Recognized accounting designation with a minimum of 5 years related work experience
  • Knowledge of AccPac Advantage series or equivalent, Word, EXCEL and PowerPoint
  • Supervisory, time management, and problem solving skills
  • Public relations and interpersonal skills

 

The Municipality of Hall Beach offers a comprehensive compensation package including a northern allowance of $23,250.00 per annum and subsidized housing.  Salary will commensurate with experience.

Resumé should be forwarded to the attention of James Langille, Senior Administrative Officer, e-mail sao_hbhamlet@qiniq.com Ph. # (867) 928-8829 Fax (867) 928-8871.

Closing Date: Open until position is filled.

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Director of Finance Municipality of Hall Beach Nunavut

Expiry Date: 2017-12-20
Date Posted: 2017-11-20
Province: Nunavut





Director of Development and Engineering Services

Director of Development and Engineering Services

City of Thorold

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Director of Development and Engineering Services position is responsible for leading, directing and engaging the Development and Engineering department.

This position acts as part of the Senior Management Team involved in the formulation and execution of the City’s strategic plan. Specifically, this position is responsible for the oversight of Planning, Building, By-Law Enforcement, Committee of Adjustment, Crossing Guard and Engineering services.

The City of Thorold invites you to submit your resume if you have:
  • University degree in Land Use Planning, or Civil Engineering or related field,preferably at a Masters level.
  • 10 years of progressive experience in senior management preferably in a municipal environment.
  • Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and a Registered Professional Planner of Ontario (MCIP, RPP); and/or,
  • Member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario
  • Thorough knowledge of the Municipal Act, Planning Act, Environmental Assessment Act, Building Code Act, Ontario Building Code, Building By-Law, Zoning By-Laws, Development and Subdivision Agreements, and Engineering Specifications including a clear understanding of their interrelationships.


The salary range for this position is $110,512 - $130,014 and includes a comprehensive benefit package.  A job description for this position is available on the City’s website at www.thorold.com.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their detailed resume to hr@thorold.com no later than Sunday, January 17, 2018Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Click Here for complete job description.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the City will provide accommodation to applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process.  Please inform staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require.

 


Director of Development and Engineering Services Thorold Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-17
Date Posted: 2017-11-20
Province: Ontario





Director, Corporate Services

Director, Corporate Services

Vancouver Public Library (VPL)

Company

The Vancouver Public Library (VPL) is the third largest public library system in Canada, with 800 staff members offering services at 22 branches across the city.  VPL values a diverse workforce which represents the vibrant community we so proudly service.  Consider joining our committed team of staff and beingpart of an innovative, inclusive, and rewarding workplace.

About us

Located in the beautiful city of Vancouver, the award-winning Vancouver Public Library has been dedicated to meeting the lifelong learning, reading and information needs of Vancouver residents for more than 100 years. Our vision is an informed, engaged and connected city. Our mission is a free place for everyone to discover, create and share ideas and information.

Our public library is the last freely available indoor public space in Vancouver – open to everyone. We help people of all ages to pursue their passions and to fulfil their creative potential. Across 21 locations and online, VPL is the most visited major urban library per capita in Canada.

We are located in a city often cited as one of the best places in the world to live. Vancouver, with a population of 600,000, includes dynamic and diverse communities in a metropolitan region of over 2 million.

About the opportunity

The Library is seeking a strategic and creative leader to join its leadership team. Reporting to the Chief Librarian, the Director of Corporate Services and Facilities is responsible for oversight of service and strategy for four areas within Corporate Services and Facilities: Purchasing & Facilities, Accounting Services, Security Services and Emergency Management, and Events rentals (Events). The Director originates and leads: security and emergency management strategies, objectives, and practices that ensure proactive approaches to risk management and response across VPL’s 21 locations; financial management strategies, objectives, and practices that ensure responsive and standards and regulation compliant delivery of financial planning and management services to support the operations of the library; procurement strategies, objectives, and practices that ensure the library’s procurement practices follow best practices and all requirements associated with a public body, including any City requirements; facilities development and management strategies, objectives, and practices that ensure the VPL’s physical facilities are safe, healthy, and welcoming for staff and the public; and events rentals strategies, objectives, and practices that maximize VPL’s potential rental revenue across the Library’s 21 locations. The Director of Corporate Services and Facilities is responsible for compliance within the portfolio in general and specifically with respect to financial practices, building regulations, and security services.

The Director is responsible for leading the strategic direction, performance outcomes, organizational development priorities, and policy and resource allocation decisions for the Corporate Services and Facilities Department, ensuring excellence in service and organizational compliance with appropriate legislation at all times. The Director of Corporate Services and Faculties coordinates the implementation of services, policies, and programs through departmental staff as well as directly in their own work. This position is directly responsible for a budget of $3.5 million and over 26 FTE and is responsible for monitoring and leading the management of the Library’s $49.8 million expense budget.

The Director is a member of the Vancouver Public Library’s senior management team, working with the team to develop, implement, and monitor overall strategies for library service delivery through 21 locations and over 700 employees. The position acts as an advisor to the Chief Librarian, and to the Library Board via the Chief Librarian, ensuring the advice protects the organization from risk that may arise from issues arising in the portfolio’s areas of responsibility.

The Director represents the Vancouver Public Library when liaising with the community, media, and external partners. The incumbent demonstrates leadership behaviours and actions consistent with Vancouver Public Library’s mission, vision, values and strategic plan.

We require

Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. Experience: Minimum of 8-10 years of progressive management and leadership experience in an accounting environment. Knowledge of and experience in facilities development or management an asset. Working knowledge of relevant legislative regulations and acts including the Library Act, and Finance Reporting Act.  Proficient with programs including MS Office – Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Library Technology including integrated library systems, databases, internet applications and public interfaces.

Additional information and leadership competencies can be found in the job description.

Affiliation: Exempt
Employment Type: Regular Full Time 
Closing date: Sunday, December 31, 2017

The Library offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

While the Library thanks you in advance, only those candidates being considered will be contacted.

As the Vancouver Public Library is responsible for the well-being of its patrons, a Criminal Record Check clearance is a condition of employment. Please refer to our policy for further information. Personal information collected is used in accordance with the BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. VPL values a diverse workforce which represents the vibrant community we so proudly serve. Consider joining our committed team of staff and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.

Director, Corporate Services Vancouver Public Library (VPL) British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-21
Date Posted: 2017-11-21
Province: British Columbia





Director of Environmental Services

Director of Environmental Services

Municipality of Thames Centre

Thames Centre, a mixed urban and rural municipality experiencing steady and moderate growth (pop. 13,500 and rising), is recruiting an experienced senior manager for its Environmental Services department. Reporting directly to the Chief Administrative Officer, this position supervises a staff of three full time staff and is responsible for the overall management of the department including water distribution, sanitary sewage works, storm water management, and the operation of the sanitary landfill.  Our Municipality offers an unparalleled quality of life, adjacent to a large regional urban centre with world class medical, educational and entertainment facilities.

Our current municipal environmental infrastructure includes two waste water treatment plants, two municipal water systems and one municipal landfill site.

If you have a professional designation (ie. P.Eng), plus 5 to 7 years’ experience, in managing an environmental services department, we want to find out how your future plans compare with our vision.  Candidates with recent experience in project and asset management will be given preferred consideration.

The salary range for 2017 is $93,730 to $105,505, along with a comprehensive benefits package.

A copy of the job description and information regarding the Municipality of Thames Centre may be found on the municipal web site at www.thamescentre.on.ca

Forward a personalized covering letter and resume outlining your experience and qualifications by 4:30 p.m., Friday, December 15, 2017 to:

Stewart Findlater
Chief Administrative Officer
Municipality of Thames Centre
4305 Hamilton Road
Dorchester, ON  N0L 1G3 or by
E-mail:  sfindlater@thamescentre.on.ca

The Municipality of Thames Centre is an equal opportunity employer.  Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process.  Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.


We thank all applicants who apply, but only those applicants to be interviewed will be acknowledged. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for candidate selection purposes only.


Director of Environmental Services Municipality of Thames Centre Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-22
Province: Ontario





Director of Infrastructure

Director of Infrastructure

Town of Whitecourt

Located only ninety minutes from Edmonton with a population of over 10,200, Whitecourt is a prosperous and fast growing community in central Alberta. Surrounded by beautiful forests and the scenic Athabasca and McLeod Rivers, it is a haven for outdoor recreation. Whitecourt also offers modern recreation facilities and amenities that are comparable to those found in large urban centers. You’ll find a range of recreational and social opportunities for every member of your family making Whitecourt a great place to live, work, and play. For more information on Whitecourt visit www.whitecourt.ca.

The Town currently has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual to assume the position of Director of Infrastructure. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Director is an integral part of our senior management team. The individual we are seeking has an open, honest, and consistent approach to working with elected officials, staff, residents, and the business community. The role also requires exceptional leadership skills that will foster the encouragement of people and teams to deliver high-quality programs and services to our residents.

The Director of Infrastructure is responsible to coordinate the development of new municipal infrastructure while ensuring that existing public assets are maintained in excellent condition. The Infrastructure Department includes the divisions of Utilities, Public Works, Parks and Open Spaces, and Engineering Services.

This position will:
  • Be responsible for operation of the water/wastewater treatment, solid waste management, roads and parks.
  • Develop policies, procedures and programs for accomplishment of approved objectives of the department.
  • Develop a yearly budget for areas under the direct supervision of the position and make budgeted expenditures as required.
  • Manage and coordinate complex initiatives and special projects.
  • Act as a resource to the Whitecourt Solid Waste Management Authority.

The strategic leadership of the Director is vital to the development and coordination of sustainable infrastructure for our rapidly growing municipality. The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:

  • Registered Professional Engineer in good standing with Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA). Equivalent experience in a related position would be considered.
  • Formal academic qualifications (degree or diploma) in the fields of Local Government Administration or Business Administration would be an asset.
  • A minimum of five years related past experience in a senior municipal government setting.
  • The ability to communicate both verbally and in written form; with strong presentation skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and professional skills in dealing with staff and the public.
  • Proven ability to direct and manage staff in a positive manner with a focus on a team culture.
  • Sound budgeting and business planning skills.

The Town of Whitecourt offers competitive compensation packages to successful applicants.
Interested individuals are invited to forward their resumes in confidence to the address listed below prior to 12:00 Noon, Friday, December 15, 2017.

Attn: HR/Payroll Clerk
Re: Job # 17-035
Box 509, 5004-52 Ave.
Whitecourt, AB T7S 1N6
Fax: 780-778-5179
Email: hr@whitecourt.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.


Director of Infrastructure Whitecourt Alberta

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-24
Province: Alberta





Manager, Asset Management

Manager, Asset Management

Town of Newmarket

Development & Infrastructure Commission Requires a Manager, Asset Management
Regular Full-Time (35 hours per week)

Under the direction of the Commissioner, Development & Infrastructure Services, the Manager, Asset Management is responsible for leading the development, implementation and management of the corporate asset management strategy across the corporation; leading the development of an asset management information system; and developing policies, procedures, strategic objectives, performance indicators, risk assessment and lifecycle strategies.

How do I qualify?
  • Post-secondary degree preferably related to Engineering, Finance and/or Business Administration, accompanied by related significant operational experience and training, plus related experience in asset management or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 
  • IPWEA Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning.
  • Class G Driver’s license in good standing and a reliable vehicle for use on corporate business.
  • Due to the responsibilities of this position a Police Information Check satisfactory to the Town is required.
  • Progressively responsible experience at a senior supervisory level.
  • Broad knowledge of municipal infrastructure, planning, design, infrastructure rehabilitation and maintenance.
  • Possesses an in-depth understanding of multi-disciplinary asset requirements to effectively develop and maintain asset policies and valuation methodologies in the operation, maintenance and upgrade of municipal infrastructure.
  • Thorough understanding of asset management principles as laid out by ISO5500
  • Thorough working knowledge of the International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM) 
  • Thorough knowledge of budget preparation and management.
  • Strong ability to collaborate, influence, work effectively independently and manage projects/initiatives and staff successfully.
  • Adept with leading a team of professionals to achieve desired results coupled with excellent developed negotiation/facilitation skills and the ability to present information to varied audiences.
  • Exercises critical judgement and foresees longer-term implications of recommendations and positions options/approaches that are not readily apparent.
  • Strong customer service orientation, interpersonal, consultative, problem-solving, analytical, and presentation skills.   
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
  • Able to organize resources, establish priorities, goals and objectives for projects and initiatives. 
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook).
  • Demonstrated experience in .project management and lifecycle management.
  • Strong judgement and business acumen to be able to facilitate and lead strategic initiatives/innovation in driving asset management strategies. 
  • Demonstrated knowledge of applicable Asset Management legislation, regulations and engineering standards; working knowledge of local government functions and responsibilities.
  • Knowledge of applicable legislation, bylaws, legal proceedings and the ability to interpret legislation such as Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA), Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA), Occupational Health and Safety Act as well as the Employment Standards Act.

 

Salary: $93,128 - $116,409            

How do I apply?

Please apply online at www.newmarket.ca by 5:00 p.m. on December 15, 2017 quoting the file number 17-142. 

The Town of Newmarket is committed to accommodate all applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code for all employment activities including the recruitment process. Please no phone calls.


Manager, Asset Management Newmarket Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-24
Province: Ontario





Director, Infrastructure Planning and Corporate Asset Management

Director, Infrastructure Planning and Corporate Asset Management

City of Vaughan

One of Southern Ontario’s fastest growing centres, with a mix of urban and rural areas, Vaughan is a sought after place to live and work. Considered one of Canada’s most family-friendly communities, the City of Vaughan has a dynamic and diverse population of 330,000 and will grow to 416,600 by 2031. Its vision of building “a city of choice” promotes diversity, innovation, and opportunity for all citizens through public engagement. Vaughan is committed to safe residential neighbourhoods, great schools, diverse recreational opportunities, and abundant green space. Major city-building initiatives including Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, facilitating Regional Express Rail on the Barrie GO Corridor and the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension.

Reporting to the Deputy City Manager, Public Works, the Director, Infrastructure Planning and Corporate Asset Management provides leadership and direction to a team of 21 for all infrastructure planning initiatives. Supporting the City’s growth management strategy by protecting, negotiating, and implementing the City’s infrastructure plans is core to the role. The Director works in partnership with other departments on land-use planning and development proposals and represents the City’s interests on third-party infrastructure planning projects. The Director develops and implements the corporate asset management vision while monitoring performance and tracking objectives.

In addition to your degree in Civil Engineering and designation as a Professional Engineer, you possess more than 10 years of experience in infrastructure planning, project management, and construction of municipal infrastructure. You have led multi-disciplinary teams and encourage collaboration and problem solving. Your track record demonstrates the successful creation of infrastructure master plans and innovation in how infrastructure is funded and developed. You bring to Vaughan experience in modernizing and integrating work order and asset management planning systems. Here is your opportunity to play a key role in the urban development of a major Canadian city.

To explore this opportunity further, please contact Julia Robarts in Odgers Berndtson’s Toronto office at 416-366-1990 or submit your resume and related information online by January 12, 2018 at https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/14459

The City of Vaughan is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005), upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and the City of Vaughan throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

 


Director, Infrastructure Planning and Corporate Asset Management Vaughan Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-24
Date Posted: 2017-11-24
Province: Ontario





General Manager

                         

General Manager

Valley Waste Resource Management, Kentville

Headquartered in Kentville in Nova Scotia’s beautiful Annapolis Valley, the Valley Region Solid Waste-Resource Management Authority is the inter-municipal services corporation that manages all solid waste for the municipal counties of Annapolis and Kings and the towns of Annapolis Royal, Middleton, Berwick, Kentville and Wolfville. The regional population is about 84,000 and there are about 40,000 residential and commercial serviced units.

Valley Waste is proud of the broad public acceptance throughout the region of the progressive, fiscally responsible and environmentally sound approach to solid waste management they employ that provides an equal level of service to residents region wide. They are equally proud that Valley Waste has been a successful model of municipal cooperation in Nova Scotia since its inception.

The Authority Board is made up of people appointed by the municipal councils in the region and, within provincial guidelines and regulations, the Board sets the policies and strategic direction. The General Manger is the chief executive officer of the Authority and reports to directly to the Board.

What qualities are needed as General Manager?

As General Manager, you are an experienced and innovative solid waste manager, a successful administrator, communicator, and a leader of people. Working with the Authority Board, you will provide timely guidance to them and, under their direction, will ensure that all policies, programs, and services established by the Authority are carried out effectively.

You have suitable academic and professional qualifications and have a long history of building consensus among various stakeholders such as elected officials, municipal partners, staff, other levels of government, contract service providers and citizens.

You understand the challenges facing the solid waste management industry and are familiar with best practices and the lessons learned in Nova Scotia and beyond. You have a successful track record of accomplishments and possess well-developed personal qualities in communications, problem solving, leadership and, most importantly, integrity.

A strong leader and facilitator, you will support staff in achieving performance objectives. You understand the important role of education, communications, and bylaw enforcement in fulfilling the Authority’s mandate. And finally, you have proven experience working with public bodies or policy boards and bring a complete understanding of governance.

This is a challenging job with an organization that is doing very important work for the community. If this appeals to you, please prepare a cover letter explaining how you can help Valley Waste continue to achieve its goals. Please also enclose a resume outlining your education and work history. Applications can be emailed to apply@GeraldWalsh.com quoting file number 1739 in the subject line. We invite applications from all qualified candidates.


General Manager Valley Waste Resource Management Kentville Nova Scotia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-24
Date Posted: 2017-11-24
Province: Nova Scotia





Transit Supervisor, Permanent

Transit Supervisor, Permanent

City of Belleville

Reporting to the Manger of Transit Operations, the Transit Supervisor is responsible for overseeing public transportation and the leadership, mentorship and development of our team of Bus Operators.

The Transit Supervisor monitors on-street transit service and coordinates operations to meet established performance standards. The Supervisor monitors dispatching functions and allocation of operators to meet on-street operational requirements and controls; and to respond to operator and customer service issues.

EDUCATION/SPECIALIZED TRAINING/SKILLS:

Essential Qualifications (minimum)

  • A college diploma in business management, operations management or related field
  • Valid class "G" driver's license with clean driver’s abstract

Asset Qualifications (preferred)

  • Thorough practical knowledge of transit operations is an asset
  • A working knowledge of administrative policies and procedures directly related to public transit services
  • Knowledge of applicable codes, standards and legislation
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite, CAD, other computerized response programs
  • Valid class "C" driver's license with “Z” endorsement
WORK EXPERIENCE:

Essential Qualifications (minimum)

  • Minimum of four (4) years supervisory experience
  • Experience managing and supervising in a unionized environment

Asset Qualifications (preferred)

  • Prior experience working with Commissions or Advisory Committees is an asset
  • Knowledge of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) with respect to public transit and the Highway Traffic Act
  • Experience in a municipal transit system
  • Demonstrated leadership, communication, decision-making and public relations skills, with the capability to issue clearly understandable written and oral instructions.

Job Description Available Upon Request

Apply By Email: hrgeneral@city.belleville.on.ca

Personal information and any supporting material will be administered in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA). We thank all applicants who apply but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


The City of Belleville is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Division to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process.


Applicants will be required to provide at their own expense a satisfactory criminal reference check dated within the past six (6) months and if deemed a requirement of the position, a driver’s abstract to the Human Resources Department on or before the date of the interview but no later than the commencement of employment if selected.

Closing Date: December 15, 2017
Department: Transportation & Operations (Transit Services) File Number: SV17-116
Hours: 40 hours per week; evenings, weekends and regular on-call as required
Salary: $71,841 - $85,525 per annum


Transit Supervisor, Permanent Belleville Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-24
Province: Ontario





Water Planning Engineer / Technologist

Water Planning Engineer / Technologist

City of Abbotsford

 

The Infrastructure Planning Division of the Engineering and Regional Utilities Department develops long-term capital plans, policies, master plans and bylaws and processes development applications that guide the growth of the City and Regional Utilities (water and sewer treatment) according to the City’s newly updated Official Community Plan. This Division will help guide the infrastructure investments in the City and achieve Council’s vision for the City “…to be the Hub of the Fraser Valley.”  This Division will also help shape the future of the City and is viewed as a builder of community that will attract and retain people to live, work and play in the City of Abbotsford.

We are pleased to be looking for two talented people to fill key positions in our water team, both reporting to the Senior Engineer, Water. 

As the Water Planning Engineer (Regional Utilities E17-04) you will:

Provide expertise to support the design and development of the Regional Water Master Plan; manage complex projects and studies on the regional system; provide technical support to the Project Management Office (PMO) delivering the Regional Utilities capital plan; and manage and review ministry requirements for water quality, dam safety and other regulatory requirements. 

As the Water Planning Engineer (Water Distribution 17-166) you will:

provide expertise to support the design and development of the City Water Master Plan. You will review development applications and provide technical guidance to other departments, ensuring infrastructure is adequate to accommodate future growth to ensure water requirements are met.  You will review and comment on engineering drawings to ensure bylaws are met. You will review and update City Bylaws including engineering standards for Water. Knowledge and experience in Water Modeling such as InfoWater would be an asset

To be successful in either position you will possess superior organization and project management skills that allow you to effectively deliver major projects spanning multiple departments, you will be relied upon to develop leading edge initiatives and find pragmatic solutions to issues facing City and Regional infrastructure.  You will develop capital programs and financial plans, provide leadership for the timely and efficient delivery of complex projects, ensure long-term water system sustainability. You will prepare and present reports to Committees and Senior Management.

If you are an Engineer in Training (EIT) or a Registered Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with a minimum of 2 years of work experience, OR a Civil Technologist with a minimum of 5 years’ experience, in Water Engineering, we encourage you to submit your resume and cover letter.

To apply, please visit us online at www.abbotsford.ca/careers

Closing Date: December 15, 2017                                                                                                   


Water Planning Engineer / Technologist Abbotsford British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-27
Province: British Columbia





Senior Planner

Senior Planner

The Town of Bracebridge

Planning and Development Department

Come join us!  Be part of an enterprising team that’s proud to support a vibrant, healthy, safe and caring community.  We are seeking well qualified, dedicated, and enthusiastic and customer service focused applicants for the position of:

Reporting to the Manager of Planning Services, the successful applicant will be responsible for assisting in the processing of planning applications including zoning amendments, official plan amendments, plans of subdivisions, condominiums, site plans, and consent and minor variance applications.  This position will also assist in key projects and be responsible for providing excellent customer service in responding to zoning and planning related inquiries, liaising with Municipal, District and Provincial governments, and providing professional planning advice to the Corporation, the public and potential applicants.  The Senior Planner will also provide interpretations and recommendations to the Planning and Development Committee, Committees of Adjustment and Council, and provide back-up assistance to other staff.

Applicants must have a university degree in planning or a related planning discipline, be a member or eligible for membership in OPPI, have a minimum of five years of municipal experience as a Planner with demonstrated experience in the review and preparation of various planning applications and a thorough working knowledge of the Planning Act and other building/zoning/property maintenance-related legislation/regulations/standards and related enforcement processes. Excellent interpersonal, project/time management, analytical, communication, presentation, problem-solving/mediation, staff leadership, supervisory and computer skills including the Microsoft Office Suite are required.

The successful candidate must possess a Class “G” driver’s license in good standing, have access to a reliable vehicle for use on corporate business, and provide an acceptable current driver’s abstract and an acceptable current criminal reference check.

This is a full-time Bargaining Unit position.  Hourly Wage:  $35.37-$37.15-$38.99

For more detailed information, please see the Job Description for this position at www.bracebridge.ca under Employment and Volunteer Opportunities.

Please submit your application including covering letter and resume, quoting File 2017-O-007, by December 15, 2017 to:

Town of Bracebridge
Attention:  Human Resources
1000 Taylor Court, Bracebridge, Ontario P1L 1R6
File Reference:  2017-O-007
E-Mail:  humanresources@bracebridge.ca

We thank all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001, c.25 and will be used to determine employment eligibility. The Town of Bracebridge is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to meeting its obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Questions regarding collection of information or accommodation should be directed to the Corporate Services Department at (705) 645-5264

Senior Planner Bracebridge Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-28
Province: Ontario





Waste Management Foreman

Waste Management Foreman

The City of Cold Lake

The City of Cold Lake is seeking a qualified individual to fill the permanent, full-time position of Waste Management Foreman with the Department of Infrastructure.

Reporting to the Environmental Services Manager, the Waste Management Foreman is responsible for the daily direction and assisting in long term planning for the Waste Management department and will oversee all activities associated with the collection of waste, compost, and recyclables, as well as activities at the Transfer Station. This position follows general policy direction and sets daily activities, priorities and objectives for the department as well as maintains effective working relations with staff, supervisors, other Foremen, contractor representatives, other City staff, and members of the general public in order to meet program objectives and resolve problems on a timely basis. This position is required to handle urgent and emergency situations in an efficient, professional manner, always ensuring City policies and safety standards are met. The Waste Management Foreman will also assist the Environmental Services Manager with staffing and staff training as well as employee evaluations.

The preferred qualifications for this position include a High School diploma or equivalent, Alberta Landfill Facility Operator, Environment Compost Facility Operator certification, and Class 3 Operator’s license with Q endorsement. Standard First Aid, CPR, Confined Space Entry, H2S, Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Heavy Equipment Operator certifications, and ability to wear SCBA are required. The Waste Management Foreman will have strong computer knowledge, as well as strong time management, communication and organizational skills. Applicants must have the ability to supervise, working independently as well as within a team environment while maintaining a high level of accuracy and confidentiality. Preference will be given to applicants who have minimum 5-8 years’ experience in waste management or a related field, preferably in a Municipal or other Government setting.

The City of Cold Lake will pay a competitive salary complete with an exceptional benefits package. Details of the compensation package will be discussed during an interview.

The City of Cold Lake thanks all applicants; however only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted. This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. 

Submit resumes with cover letter to:
City of Cold Lake
Human Resources
5513 – 48 Avenue
Cold Lake, AB T9M 1A1
Facsimile: (780) 594-4041
Email: humanresources@coldlake.com

Or, apply online at: www.coldlake.com


Waste Management Foreman Cold Lake Alberta

Expiry Date: 2017-12-28
Date Posted: 2017-11-28
Province: Alberta





Design Technologist

Design Technologist

City of Port Colborne

Full Time Union Position

Due to an internal promotion the City of Port Colborne is seeking a Design Technologist to work within our Engineering Team.

The Design Technologist is responsible for designing and preparing detailed engineering drawings of municipal infrastructure and projects for construction purposes. The detailed drawings are then used by the Design Technologist to calculate cost estimates, using current market prices, to complete the projects, thus providing the basis for the City’s annual construction budget.

This position is also responsible for the preparation and issuance of proposals, quotations and tender documents for construction projects, routine services and other major City purchases at the request of various departments.

The Design Technologist is responsible for the creation and review of current design and document standards for the municipality.

When required, the Design Technologist assists the City’s Construction Inspector, by resolving any field construction issues, relative to the design. Additionally, this position may be required to perform the duties of the City’s Construction Inspector on an as needed basis.

Your post-secondary degree or diploma (minimum 3-year program) in Building, Architectural, Structural, Civil or Survey Technology or an equivalent combination of education and experience is complemented with five years’ experience as a Design Technologist with municipal design, engineering and/or construction preferably in a municipal government setting. You are a member or eligible for membership with Ontario Association of Engineering, Technicians and Technologists (OACETT). You also have experience with Microsoft Access and Excel, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and MapInfo or similar applications and work well within a team oriented environment.

Salary: $32.34 per hour plus competitive benefits and pension.

To confidentially explore this exciting and challenging opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter by December 15, 2017.

City of Port Colborne, 66 Charlotte Street,
Port Colborne, Ontario L3K 3C8
Or by e-mail to: careers@portcolborne.ca
Fax: 905-835-2969

We thank all those who apply, but advise that only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. The City of Port Colborne is an equal opportunity employer.  Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. If contacted for an interview, please advise the Human Resources staff of any measures you feel you need to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 (S.O. 2001, c.25) and will be used to select a candidate.

Design Technologist Port Colborne Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-28
Province: Ontario





Training Officer, 1st Class

Training Officer, 1st Class

City of Brampton

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Reporting to the Division Chief, Training, this position is responsible for developing and conducting in-service training programs for Fire and Emergency Service Staff for full-time and recruit firefighters that result in successfully preparing employees to deliver safe, effective and efficient emergency services to the public.

Develop and Conduct Training: Develop and deliver detailed instructions and on-the-job demonstrations on Fire & Emergency service training based on learning needs and priorities.  Coordinate and conduct Fire training programs to establish competence for specific licensing, certifications, upgrading and/or renewals as assigned.

Assist in Training Development: Develop, deliver and coordinate training programs to meet legislative, municipal and industry standards that result in the successful preparation of employees’ delivery of emergency services.  Develop lesson plans, guide sheets and produce training resources to meet the current and predicted training requirements.  Assist in the selection, training and administration of on-duty shift instructors and coordinate the assigned portfolio including any number of disciplines and specialties as assigned.

Application of Best Training Practices: Stay informed of all developments in the field of fire training education, changing local conditions and technological changes in fire fighting operations.  Monitor and evaluate policies, procedures, techniques, equipment and recommend solutions as required.  Possess thorough operational knowledge of all types of apparatus and equipment owned and operated by the Fire & Emergency Services department.

Competency Review & Assessment: Assess staff performance by upholding professional competency and development. Conduct theoretical and practical knowledge exams as required by the Deputy Fire Chief(s) and/or Division Chief of Training.

Reporting and Documentation: Record and maintain current, accurate and complete records of conducted training.  Analyze and gather training data for Fire management reports as needed.

Committee Representation: Acts as Division representative on Fire & Emergency Services committees as required.  Demonstrates corporate values at all times.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Grade 12 education or equivalent secondary education as established by the Ontario Ministry of Education;
  • 5 years experience in fire suppression;
  • Demonstrated ability to instruct, develop, and deliver training in all areas of Fire & Emergency Services operations;
  • Demonstrated communication skills;
  • Demonstrated presentation and demonstration skills;
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and within a team environment;
  • Must possess and maintain a valid, Class “D” Ontario Driver’s License with “Z” endorsement;
  • Must successfully pass the established Firefighter Screening tests;
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Must be willing and able to wear all required uniform clothing and/or personal protective equipment as assigned/required;
  • Ability and willingness to assume a leadership role in the Fitness Program.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Post secondary education in adult education or other relevant discipline.
  • Demonstrated instructional experience in emergency medical response.
  • Demonstrated instructional experience in advanced extrication.
  • Demonstrated instructional experience in hazardous materials response.
  • Demonstrated instructional experience in various technical rescues, disciplines, including ice/water rescue, rope rescue, trench rescue and confined space rescue.
  • Qualified fitness appraiser.
  • Demonstrated experience in incident command.
  • Demonstrated experience in incident safety officer systems.
  • Experience and proficiency in e-learning, virtual reality simulation and other multi-media training platforms.
  • Previous experience as a Training Officer in a Fire Service.
  • Previous experience as a Fire Suppression Officer in a Fire Service (i.e. Captain).

 

**Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.

TO APPLY: Please apply online, quoting file number: 102692 by DECEMBER 19, 2017 at: www.brampton.ca/employment or via www.workopolis.com and search for key words City of Brampton. If you require assistance with the application process, please contact us directly. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview with be contacted. The successful candidate(s) will be required, as a condition of employment, to execute a written employment agreement. We are dedicated to equal opportunity.

The City is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments.  If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Division of any accommodations needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process. Any information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially. 

Training Officer, 1st Class Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-19
Date Posted: 2017-11-29
Province: Ontario





Coordinator of Capital Works

Coordinator of Capital Works

City of Pembroke

OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Manager of Operations, the Coordinator of Capital Works will efficiently organize, coordinate and supervise all activities pertaining to the implementation of capital projects and other programs including heavy civil construction.

Qualifications:

1. A post secondary diploma or degree in Civil Engineering or an equivalent combination of education, qualifications and experience.
2. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and GIS applications.
3. Familiarity in the use of ACAD and other engineering design/drawing software.
4. Minimum of four (4) years related design and construction experience.
5. Project Management experience in the field of civil infrastructure renewal and Capital construction.

The successful applicant will be solutions oriented and equipped with excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills. Certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) will be considered an asset. A valid Ontario Class “G” licence is a condition of employment.

Hours of work: 2080 hours annually (40 hours a week) plus overtime as required in support of operational requirements
Salary Range: (2017) $63 582 to $78 209 annually plus full benefits package
Applicants are invited to submit in confidence a detailed cover letter and resume by 4:00 on December 22 2017.

Ms. Cindy Van Loan
Human Resources Coordinator
City of Pembroke
1 Pembroke St. East, Pembroke, ON K8A 3J5
Fax: 613-735-3660
cvanloan@pembroke.ca
City of Pembroke

Visit our website HERE for a complete Job Description


The City of Pembroke is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. During the recruiting process, accommodation for applicants with disabilities is available upon request.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please.
Personal information submitted will be used for the sole purpose of this competition. It is collected under the authority of The Municipal Act, RSO 2001, and will be used in accordance with The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for employment purposes.

Coordinator of Capital Works Pembroke Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-22
Date Posted: 2017-11-29
Province: Ontario





City Solicitor

City Solicitor

City of Welland

Reporting to the General Manager Human Resources and Legislative Services, and working collaboratively with the CAO and members of the Corporate Leadership Team, the City Solicitor is responsible for providing legal advice and direction to Council, Committees and City staff, ensuring that the City’s governance and operational decisions and actions are informed by and in compliance with the law. This position negotiates agreements, drafts legal documents and by-laws, and represents the City in litigation proceedings before the courts and administrative tribunals, including the Ontario Municipal Board.


The annual salary range for this full time, non-union position is $125,000 - $135,000. The Corporation also offers a comprehensive benefits package.
Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit a current resume clearly marked “City Solicitor” via email to hr@welland.ca or in person at:

Human Resources Department
City of Welland
60 East Main Street
Welland, Ontario
L3B 3X4

Posting closes at 4:00pm on Thursday, December 21, 2017

A detailed job description can be obtained by visiting our website at www.welland.ca .


The City of Welland is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. The City of Welland is committed to accommodating people with disability. Should you require any accommodations, we will work to meet your needs.


All applications will be held in strict confidence. We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for employment assessment purposes only.


City Solicitor Welland Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-21
Date Posted: 2017-11-29
Province: Ontario





General Manager, Infrastructure and Development Services – City Engineer

General Manager, Infrastructure and Development Services – City Engineer

City of Welland

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the General Manager, Infrastructure and Development Services/City Engineer provides leadership, overall direction, management and administration of departmental programs associated with Engineering, Public Works, Planning, Building, Parking and By-Law Enforcement. This position is a member of the Corporate Leadership Team (CLT), and is responsible for the provision, delivery, development and maintenance of Municipal systems and services necessary to establish a healthy and safe community. This position is also responsible to perform statutory duties under the Ontario Municipal Act and related legislation, Municipal By-laws, and Council policies; and to provide procedural advice and assistance to Council and Departments.


The annual salary range for this full time, non-union position is $109,763 - $131,720. This position has been identified as market sensitive, the annual salary range reflects market sensitive rates. The Corporation also offers a comprehensive benefits package.


Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit a current resume clearly marked “General Manager Infrastructure and Development Services – City Engineer” via email to hr@welland.ca or in person at:

Human Resources Department
City of Welland
60 East Main Street
Welland, Ontario
L3B 3X4

Posting closes at 4:00pm on Thursday, December 21, 2017

A detailed job description can be obtained by visiting our website at www.welland.ca .


The City of Welland is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. The City of Welland is committed to accommodating people with disability. Should you require any accommodations, we will work to meet your needs.


All applications will be held in strict confidence. We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.
Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for employment assessment purposes only.


General Manager, Infrastructure and Development Services – City Engineer Welland Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-21
Date Posted: 2017-11-29
Province: Ontario





Operations Supervisor

Operations Supervisor

Municipality of Red Lake

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), this position is required to manage the operations and maintenance of all municipal infrastructure; including roads, sidewalks, water and sewer, etc. and related operations; traffic control and bridges.  The position is also accountable for developing and maintaining a work place culture that aligns with corporate values and achieves service excellence through innovation, continuous improvement, and a commitment to providing best value and services to the residents of Red Lake.

Position Requirements:
  • Minimum of five (5) years progressive Public Works supervisory/management experience.
  • Progressive experience in operational environments involving municipal infrastructure and program performance management.
  • Superior leadership and communication skills with demonstrated success in developing, leading and managing professional teams.
  • Ability to develop and sustain high performing teams while working collaboratively with Senior Management and other Municipal departments to optimize program performance, accountability, and overall service delivery.
  • Ability to effectively manage all aspects of the departmental budget.
  • Must demonstrate a working knowledge in areas of legislation pertaining to roads, winter maintenance, Highway Traffic Act, Ontario Drinking Water Regulation, the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act, and all other applicable legislated regulations and acts.
  • Demonstrative ability for effective and efficient service delivery.
  • A commitment to work place health and safety and demonstrated success in developing a “safety” culture in an operating environment.
  • Must have or have the ability to obtain a Certified Road Supervisor (CRS) Designation.
  • Valid drivers license, Class “G”, with a clean driving record.

Compensation for the position will commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Applicants are invited to apply by submitting a completed resume to the undersigned no later than 12:00 noon, Wednesday, December 20, 2017.

The Municipality thanks all applicants and advises that only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

Personal information submitted is collected under the Municipal Freedom of Informational and Protection of Privacy Act and will only be used for the purposes of determining eligibility for this competition. Accommodations for job applicants with disabilities are available upon request.

If you require further information please contact Mark Vermette at: 1-807-735-2096

e-mail:  mark.vermette@redlake.ca; or check our web site at: www.redlake.ca

Attention: Mark Vermette
Chief Administrative Officer
Municipality of Red Lake
P.O. Box 1000
Balmertown, Ontario
P0V 1C0

                                                                 


Operations Supervisor Red Lake Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-20
Date Posted: 2017-11-29
Province: Ontario





Chief Administrator Officer (CAO)

Chief Administrator Officer (CAO)

Building Official's Association of B.C. (BOABC) - Richmond

The Building Officials’ Association of B.C. (BOABC) has over 700 members who primarily represent local government Building and Plumbing Officials and those involved in building design, construction, testing and research.

BOABC has grown since 1954 from 24 members situated largely in the Greater Vancouver area to seven geographic zones across British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. BOABC fulfills much the same objectives as originally proposed; consistent Code interpretation; a forum for discussion; education, standards of Code knowledge and since 1981, a technical certification program for our membership.

In addition to leading BOABC’s regular business operations, the Chief Administrator Officer will manage significant change in the transition to the BOABC’s new role as the administrative authority responsible for qualifying members under British Columbia’s new Building Act.  With direction from BOABC’s Executive Committee, the Chief Administrator Officer will assist members with training, certification and qualification, and work in partnership with the Provincial Government according to the terms of the Administrative Agreement to promote building officials’ competency.  He/She will represent the BOABC when promoting the building official profession through strategic partnerships and alliances, and will support the members’ interests in meeting the new qualification requirements.

Under the Building Act Administrative Regulation, the BOABC is delegated responsibility for the administration of building officials, the register, and monetary penalties.  At the Minister’s discretion, the Province may designate the BOABC’s Chief Administrator Officer as the registrar of qualified building officials under the Building Act, subject to suitability. 

To be the successful candidate for BOABC’s Chief Administrator Officer:
  • You have exceptional nonprofit organizational leadership skills
  • You are a strategic thinker
  • You act with integrity as the organization’s financial steward
  • You thrive on serving membership’s needs
  • You build exceptional relationships with partners, including with Provincial Government officials
  • You motivate the volunteer base of the organization
  • You provide expert advice to the board’s executive even  when faced with opposition
Compensation

BOABC partners with Korn Ferry Hay Group annually to ensure compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience and market. It will consist of an attractive base salary range $117,000 to $135,000 and performance bonus as well as Public Service Pension Plan and other benefits subject to negotiation.

For any additional information or complete job description, please visit www.boabc.org

Please forward your resume and cover letter to president@boabc.org by December29, 2017.


Chief Administrator Officer (CAO) Building Official's Association of B.C. (BOABC) - Richmond British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-29
Date Posted: 2017-11-30
Province: British Columbia





Business Analyst

Business Analyst

Region of Durham

DELIVERING SERVICE EXCELLENCE                                    

The Region of Durham, dedicated to maintaining outstanding standards of service, relies on the expertise and commitment of our employees. You’d be surprised at the diverse career choices we have to offer! If you seek a career with growth and challenge, where quality and accountability work in tandem with integrity and a responsiveness to change, we welcome you to learn more about us.

Reporting to the Manager, FIMS Applications, the incumbent will:
  • Act as a liaison between the various Departments, FIMS Management Team, and FIMS staff by identifying and bringing strategic initiatives from concept to implementation and ensuring service excellence to FIMS internal and external clients
  • Perform needs analysis based on client requirements and ensure organizational goals and auditors requirements are met
  • Provide continuous quality and productivity improvements to existing and new business systems
  • Provide leadership and governance throughout the project lifecycle by developing project charters, status meeting minutes, communication plans, project schedules, and all associated project/support documentation
  • Plan and manage change to keep on scope, on schedule and on budget and ensure auditors requirements are met
  • Direct and oversee project staff participation in the implementation of project plans to ensure project cost-effectiveness and manage change to support the client throughout the project lifecycle
  • Provide end-user support for solutions to ensure uninterrupted access and availability of FIMS services during transition from build to production support
  • Adhere to FIMS project methodology to ensure an accurate depiction of all project work in FIMS and report on current and future project work across business units
  • Maintain current knowledge of technology, trends and software and develop alternative solutions to business problems
  • Represent and promote FIMS initiatives to increase awareness of new services in FIMS, the Region and the public sector and educate users on internal procedures and functionality
The successful candidate will possess:
  • A four year (honours) degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Commerce, Information Technology, Computer Science or equivalent
  • Professional accounting designation (CGA, CMA, CA, CPA) is an asset
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an asset
  • Certified Business Analyst Professional (CBAP) from the International Institute of Business Analysts (IIBA) is an asset
  • Experience with Maximo (Work Management, Asset Management, Maximo Anywhere) or similar scale solution
  • Knowledge and experience with Program Portfolio and Project Management Tools, best practice System Development Lifecycle methodologies and formal Project Management and Business Analysis methodologies
  • Proficiency in Microsoft software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio and Outlook)
  • Strong knowledge of business practices and processes with a general understanding of accounting, project management and maintenance
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong facilitation, presentation and training skills with the ability to effectively advise on complex, technical matters
  • Strong analytical, project management and time management skills and the ability to manage multiple, complex projects with tight deadlines
  • The ability to work with minimal supervision and in a team environment
  • The ability to maintain confidentiality
  • A valid driver's licence and the use of a vehicle

Salary: - Start: $45.45 - Six Month: $47.98 - Job: $50.50

To learn more about this opportunity, apply online directly to Job ID 9569 no later than Friday, December 22, 2017 at www.durham.ca. 

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

An Equal Opportunity Employer


Business Analyst Durham Region Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-22
Date Posted: 2017-11-30
Province: Ontario





Program Manager, Strategy, Research and Initiatives


Program Manager, Strategy, Research and Initiatives

Regional Municipality of York

Progressive and collaborative, with a clear, long-term vision.  We value employees’ contributions and inspire excellence.  We are driven by a desire to help shape and serve the growing community in which we live and work.


Reporting to the Manager, Corporate Strategic Planning and Initiatives is responsible for providing advisory support through the Office of the CAO to the Office of the Regional Chair, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and the Department, including conducting research and analysis of legislative initiatives; providing information on changes in legislation and regulations; providing advisory and consultative guidance on policy initiatives to the Office of the Regional Chair, CAO, Commissioner, Executive Director and Manager; representing the Region and chairing and/or participating as a member on internal and external committees which may include the Municipal Benchmarking Network Canada (MBNC) and project teams; managing the Environics Community Opinion Polling program and other polling initiatives as directed, and providing administrative support for the Offices of the Regional Chair and CEO, and CAO.

Qualifications
  • Successful completion of a University degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, Economics or related field or approved equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Minimum three (3) years demonstrated experience in policy and planning, policy/project management advisory experience in a public sector environment, and a sound understanding of municipal organizational environment.
  • General knowledge of public policy, practices and issues, provincial legislation and current issues affecting local government with an understanding of public sector management accountability frameworks.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant Standards, Acts and Regulations.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the current municipal governance model and awareness of future potential models as utilized in other jurisdictions.
  • Leadership competencies including operating strategically, leveraging diversity and differences, customer focused, ensuring accountability, managing complex problems, financial management, employing interactive and effective communication, fostering collaborative relationships, cultivating engagement to drive vision and purpose, managing and developing talent, establishing and maintaining trust, displaying self-awareness, and demonstrating resiliency.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills to convey direction of the Office of the Regional Chair and/or CAO to other Regional Departments as required and directed and to act as liaison between the Office of the Regional Chair, CAO, elected officials, employees, public, media and other Regions/municipalities.
  • Sound judgment and political acumen to handle contentious and/or sensitive issues.
  • Demonstrated presentation, project management, administrative, conceptual, analytical and report-writing skills.
  • Computer literacy in a windows environment utilizing MS Office software applications and proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database software.
  • Leadership ability to foster cooperative and collaborative working relationships, lead multiple projects and cross-functional teams.
  • Ability to work effectively independently, to multi-task and prioritize work effectively.
  • Ability to work outside regular business hours, as required.

 

Please apply on-line by clicking here by January 4, 2018, quoting competition #21546. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted via email or by telephone. For additional information on The Regional Municipality of York, please visit the above-mentioned website.


Program Manager, Strategy, Research and Initiatives York Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-12-30
Date Posted: 2017-11-30
Province: Ontario





Building & Planning Technician

Building & Planning Technician

Town of Erin

The Town of Erin is currently accepting applications for the position of Building & Planning Technician.
This position provides assistance to the Building and Planning Department that is required to help with faster responses to the public. To review and perform initial input of building permits in the system and issue permits to collect fees for the department. To manage and work as a liaison with the County of Wellington planning department, and provide general planning responses to the public.

Position Requirements

Education
• Degree or Diploma in planning/building related field;
• Source water protection training RMO/RMI courses; and
• Ability to read and understand plans, details, specifications and required building construction and civil engineering/architectural drawings.
Experience
• Experience in public administration and/or commercial or legal branches of the planning industry.
• Experience required to apply knowledge and skills in practical terms so that all public services are provided in timely, effective fashion.
• Experience in public administration and/or commercial or legal branches of the building/planning industry.
• Experience in the zoning or planning environment.

The full job description can be found on the Town of Erin website: Erin.ca Interested applicants may submit their resumes to: HR@Erin.ca.
Resumes will be accepted until 4:30pm, Friday, December 15th , 2017.


Hiring will be subject to the successful passing of a Criminal Reference check and verification of education and required certifications.’ Information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of job selection. The Town is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

Building & Planning Technician Erin Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-11-30
Province: Ontario





Communications Manager

Communications Manager

City of Humboldt

The City of Humboldt invites submission of applications for the position of Communications Manager for this growing regional centre. Reporting to the City Manager, the Manager will provide leadership to advance all strategic communication initiatives of the City.

Emphasis will be place on internal and external communications, media relations, as well as community marketing programs. The Manager will act as a liaison with external organizations including government, media, consultants and member organizations with the goal of establishing and maintaining professional, consistent, and timely two-way communications with all stakeholders.

Possessing strong leadership skills, you are highly organized, self-motivated with strong interpersonal/communication skills and excellent writing/editing skills. You have the ability to exercise discretion and confidentiality.

You work effectively with the media; possess excellent analysis and research skills; perform well in a computerized office environment; work effectively in a team environment and can work in an environment with evolving priorities.

You have experience in communication and marketing activities with a university degree in Marketing, Communication, Journalism, Business Development or a related field from a recognized institution. Experience or exposure to Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe InDesign or any other graphic design software will be considered a strong asset.

Located in the central part of Saskatchewan, one hour east of Saskatoon on Highway #5, the City of Humboldt has been designated a rapid growth community in Saskatchewan with a thriving, dynamic community for business, industry, health, education and culture. Additional information on the City and this employment opportunity can be found on the City’s webpage at www.humboldt.ca.


The City offers a comprehensive benefits package and the opportunity to challenge your expertise in an evolving, growing community. Qualified individuals should forward their resumes, along with a 1-2 page letter demonstrating how your qualifications and/or experience match the position applied for by Monday, December 18, 2017 to:

Joe Day, City Manager
P.O. Box 640 – 715 Main Street
Humboldt, SK S0K 2A0
Re. Communications Manager Competition
Fax: (306) 682-3144
Email: joe.day@humboldt.ca


Communications Manager Humboldt Saskatchewan

Expiry Date: 2017-12-18
Date Posted: 2017-12-01
Province: Saskatchewan





Assessment Review Analyst

Assessment Review Analyst

City of Brampton

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Reporting to the Supervisor, Tax Policy and Assessment this position is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the Assessment Roll for taxation purposes. Represent the City before various tribunals. Maintain close communication with key Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) personnel and other relevant stakeholders. Respond to inquiries from the public, staff, and other levels of government.

  • Represent the City at the Assessment Review Board (ARB) as an advocate and/or a witness, including confidential hearings for poverty appeals
  • Prepare and present the Corporation’s position including review and preparation of Statements of Issues and City Responses to assessment appeals
  • Negotiate and recommend appeal settlements on behalf of the Corporation
  • Record and monitor decisions of the Assessment Review Board and other tribunals
  • Initiate City assessment appeals with Council approval
  • Review all Minutes of Settlement and make recommendations of acceptance or rejection
  • Communicate with Tax Agents, Lawyers, MPAC, and the ARB
  • Perform annual review of assessment roll to identify anomalies in assessments with respect to classifications, values, dates, and timeliness
  • Monitor data from various sources in review of assessment roll, including Rezoning Bylaws, Pre-servicing Agreements, new Registered Plans, new construction etc.
  • Identify the City’s assessment growth market trends, errors and anomalies and correspond with MPAC to confirm actual growth to the assessment base
  • Respond to public inquiries regarding assessment related issues
  • Coordinate and monitor Clerks and summer students, assign and review work.
  • Special projects as assigned
SELECTION CRITERIA:
  • High school (Grade 12) graduation plus an additional programme of three to four years in Business, Urban Planning, Commerce or equivalent.
  • Over four (4) years, up to and including eight (8) years of combined experience in the municipal assessment and tax environment.
  • MIMA Designation from the Institute of Municipal Assessors or equivalent professional accreditation in a recognized Appraisal/Assessment Institute or Association is required.
  • Valid non-probationary Ontario class G driver’s licence.
  • Demonstrated understanding of concepts and methodologies used in property valuation for assessment purposes an asset.
  • Advanced knowledge of provincial and municipal statutes and regulations, pertaining to assessment, taxation and the ability to interpret and explain complex legislation an asset.
  • General knowledge and understanding of Zoning Bylaws, Official Plan, Planning Act and the Planning process an asset.
  • Proven negotiation skills with the ability to resolve complex and controversial issues related to assessment and taxation an asset.
  • Experienced with proceedings before the Assessment Review Board and other Tribunals an asset.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills with an emphasis on customer service an asset.
  • Experience with MS Office, including Access, Excel and Word an asset.

 

**Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.

TO APPLY: Please apply online, quoting file number: 102732 by December 20, 2017 at: www.brampton.ca/employment or via www.workopolis.com and search for key words City of Brampton. If you require assistance with the application process, please contact us directly. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview with be contacted. The successful candidate(s) will be required, as a condition of employment, to execute a written employment agreement. We are dedicated to equal opportunity.

The City is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments.  If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Division of any accommodations needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process. Any information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially. 

Assessment Review Analyst Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-20
Date Posted: 2017-12-01
Province: Ontario





Building Official

Building Official

Government of Nunavut / Gouvernement du Nunavut

Five career opportunities with the Department of Community and Government Services

Are you a territorially and/or provincially qualified and experienced Building Official? Can you champion the safety of Government of Nunavut buildings and their compliance with related codes and standards? If so, here’s your opportunity to take the next step in your regulatory career.

Reporting to the Chief Building Official (CBO), you will serve as part of the team of territorial regulatory officials responsible for the design and delivery of compliance programming under the National Building Code of Canada (NBC), the National Plumbing Code of Canada (NPC) and other adopted codes or standards pursuant to the Nunavut Building Code Act (BCA). In this role, you will work both independently and as a team member under the supervision of the CBO.

As a regulatory official, you will be responsible for administering the principle objective of the BCA, ensuring all new buildings are safe and compliant with the NBC, NPC, and other codes or standards adopted by the territory. Buildings include those used for assembly, institutional, residential, commercial, mercantile and industrial occupancy, and range from simple to complex in size and design. As a Building Official, you will provide advice and recommendations on policy and program development, stakeholder engagement and issues resolutions, as well as contribute toward the development of public information and to information dissemination, while responding to information requests.

Positions are available in Iqaluit (1), Rankin Inlet (2) and Cambridge Bay (2), Nunavut. Please specify in your cover letter your location preference(s).

Your profile as a qualified Building Official will include the following highlights:
  • A good understanding of general construction practices, preferably including experience in the North.
  • The ability to demonstrate expertise in the interpretation and application of Canada’s model construction codes with emphasis on the NBC and NPC.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills for preparing and presenting written reports, briefing notes and other correspondence.
  • The ability to read and accurately interpret plans and specifications of any complexity.
  • Certification, licensure or qualification as a Building Official as recognized in one or more Canadian provinces or territories, and a minimum of four (4) years’ experience in an inspection or a regulatory capacity.
  • A valid class 5 driver’s licence with a clean driver’s abstract.‎ ‎
ASSETS:
  • A degree in architecture or engineering; a certificate or diploma in architectural technology or engineering technician or technologist; a journeyperson designation with a red seal in a construction-related trade or a certificate of qualification in the construction-related trade issued under the Apprenticeship, Trade and Occupations Certifications Act.
  • The ability to speak Inuktitut/Inuinnaqtun.
  • Experience working in rural, remote or northern communities.
  • Knowledge of the Inuit language, communities, culture, land and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit.

NOTE: This is a Highly Sensitive Position and a satisfactory Criminal Record Check, along with a clear Vulnerable Sector Check is required.

Compensation & benefits: These positions are included in the Nunavut Employees Union and offer a starting salary of $92,196 per annum (for 37.5 hours/week), plus a Northern Allowance of $15,016 to $19,716 per annum. Note: Subsidized staff housing is available.

Stepping forward together

With one of the fastest growing and youngest populations in Canada, Nunavut is a dynamic, vibrant territory, committed to becoming an even better place for future generations. As a government, we are strengthening our unique model of governance – one that integrates Inuit societal values, promotes use of the Inuit language, achieves a representative public service, engages with circumpolar neighbours, and collaborates with partners to achieve the promise of Nunavut. As an employer, we’re enhancing local education and training initiatives while continuing to provide exciting career opportunities in a unique environment. Join us as we step forward together.

For more information and to apply

If you are interested in this opportunity as a Building Official (Reference #14-504359), please contact us or send your resume, by midnight (EST), January 5, 2018, specifying your location preference(s) in your cover letter, and using one of the following methods:

Department of Finance, Government of Nunavut,
P.O. Box 1000, Station 430,
Iqaluit, Nunavut  X0A 0H0.
Tel: 867-975-6222. Toll Free: 1-888-668-9993. Fax: 867-975-6220.
E-mail: gnhr@gov.nu.ca.

Please include the REFERENCE # in the subject line of your e-mail. Job descriptions may be obtained by fax or e-mail, or online. Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

The Government of Nunavut is committed to creating a more representative workforce so it can better understand and serve the needs of Nunavummiut. Priority will be given to Nunavut Inuit. Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Nunavut Priority Hiring Policy. Employment in some positions requires an acceptable criminal record check. Possession of a criminal record will not necessarily disqualify candidates from further consideration.

For position details in French or Inuktitut, please visit the Government of Nunavut website at www.gov.nu.ca/public-jobs.

 

Agent du bâtiment

Government of Nunavut / Gouvernement du Nunavut

Cinq possibilités de carrière au sein du ministère des Services communautaires et gouvernementaux

Vous êtes un agent du bâtiment d’expérience reconnu au niveau territorial ou provincial? Vous pouvez agir comme champion de la sécurité des bâtiments du gouvernement du Nunavut et de leur conformité aux codes et normes pertinents? Si tel est le cas, voici l’occasion de prendre la nouvelle étape de votre carrière en réglementation.

Sous la direction de la ou du chef du service du bâtiment, vous ferez partie de l’équipe territoriale d’agentes et d’agents de réglementation, laquelle est responsable  d’élaborer et de mettre en œuvre des programmes de conformité au Code national du bâtiment du Canada (CNB), au Code national de la plomberie du Canada (CNP) ainsi qu’aux autres codes et normes en vigueur en vertu de la Loi sur le Code du bâtiment du Nunavut. À ce poste, vous travaillerez de façon indépendante aussi bien qu’en équipe, sous la supervision de la ou du chef du service du bâtiment.

À titre d’agent de réglementation, vous veillerez à l’atteinte du principal objectif de la Loi sur le Code du bâtiment : faire en sorte que tous les nouveaux bâtiments soient sécuritaires et conformes au CNB, au CNP ainsi qu’aux codes et normes adoptés par le territoire. Les bâtiments visés par ces programmes comprennent des usines d’assemblage, des établissements institutionnels, commerciaux et industriels ainsi que des bâtiments résidentiels, de taille et de conception diverses sur le plan de la complexité. En tant qu’agent du bâtiment, vous donnerez des conseils et ferez des recommandations concernant l’élaboration de politiques et de programmes, l’engagement des intervenants et la résolution des problèmes, et vous participerez également à la préparation de documents d’information destinés à la population et à la communication de l’information, tout en répondant aux demandes de renseignements.

Un (1) poste est offert à Iqaluit, deux (2) à Rankin Inlet et deux (2) à Cambridge Bay, au Nunavut; prière d’indiquer votre préférence dans votre lettre d’accompagnement.

Votre profil, en tant qu’agent du bâtiment compétent, comprendra notamment :
  • Une bonne connaissance des pratiques de construction générales, s'appuyant de préférence sur de l’expérience de travail dans le Nord.
  • Une expertise avérée en interprétation et en application des codes modèles de construction du Canada, particulièrement du CNB et du CNP.
  • D’excellentes compétences en communication écrite et orale permettant de rédiger et de présenter des rapports, des notes d’information et d’autres documents.
  • La capacité de lire et d'interpréter avec exactitude des plans et des cahiers des charges de complexité variée.
  • Une attestation ou un permis d’agent du bâtiment reconnu dans au moins une province ou un territoire canadien, ainsi qu'au moins quatre (4) ans d’expérience en inspection ou en encadrement réglementaire.
  • Un permis de conduire de catégorie 5 valide et un dossier de conducteur vierge.
ATOUTS :
  • Un diplôme en architecture ou en ingénierie; un certificat ou un diplôme en technologie de l’architecture ou en techniques de l’ingénieur; une attestation de compagnon (avec la mention Sceau rouge pour un métier de la construction) ou un certificat d’aptitude professionnelle délivré en vertu de la Loi sur l’apprentissage et la qualification professionnelle des métiers et professions.
  • La capacité de parler l’inuktitut ou l’inuinnaqtun.
  • Une expérience de travail en régions rurales, isolées ou nordiques.
  • La connaissance de la langue, des communautés, de la culture et du territoire inuits ainsi que de l’Inuit qaujimajatuqangit.

Rémunération et avantages : Ces postes sont régis par la convention du Syndicat des employés du Nunavut et offrent un salaire initial de 92 196 $ par année (pour 37,5 heures/semaine), en plus d’une indemnité de vie dans le Nord de 15 016 $ à 19 716 $ par année. Nota : Un logement du personnel subventionné est prévu pour ces postes.

Aller de l’avant ensemble

Avec l’une des populations les plus jeunes et à la croissance la plus rapide au Canada, le Nunavut est un territoire animé et dynamique, déterminé à devenir un endroit encore meilleur pour les générations futures. En tant que gouvernement, nous renforçons notre modèle unique de gouvernance lequel intègre les valeurs sociétales des Inuit, favorise et renforce l’utilisation de la langue inuit, assure une fonction publique représentative et la collaboration avec nos voisins circumpolaires et nos partenaires pour concrétiser la réussite du Nunavut. En tant qu'employeur, nous améliorons les initiatives locales d'éducation et de formation tout en continuant à offrir des possibilités de carrière stimulantes dans un environnement unique. Joignez-vous à nous pour aller de l’avant ensemble.

Pour plus d'information et pour postuler

Si ce poste d’agent du bâtiment vous intéresse (numéro de référence 14-504359), veuillez communiquer avec nous ou nous faire parvenir votre curriculum vitæ, avant minuit (HNE), le 5 janvier 2018, en indiquant votre préférence en matière de lieu(x) de travail dans votre lettre d’accompagnement, via l'une des méthodes suivantes : Ministère des Finances, Gouvernement du Nunavut, C. P. 1000, Succursale 430, Iqaluit (Nunavut) X0A 0H0. Téléphone : 867 975-6222. Sans frais : 1 888 668-9993. Télécopieur : 867 975-6220. Courriel : gnhr@gov.nu.ca. Veuillez indiquer le NUMÉRO DE RÉFÉRENCE dans l’objet de votre courriel. Les descriptions de poste peuvent être obtenues par télécopieur, par courriel ou en ligne. Seuls les candidats sélectionnés pour une entrevue seront contactés.

Le gouvernement du Nunavut s'est engagé à établir une main-d'œuvre plus représentative afin de mieux comprendre et satisfaire les besoins des Nunavummiut. Les Inuits du Nunavut ont priorité d’embauche. Les candidats qui désirent profiter de la politique de priorité d’embauche du Nunavut doivent clairement indiquer qu’ils y sont admissibles. Une vérification du casier judiciaire pourrait être exigée pour certains emplois. Un dossier judiciaire n’entraîne pas nécessairement le refus d’une candidature. L’utilisation du masculin n’a d’autre fin que celle d’alléger le texte.

Pour voir les détails de ce poste en anglais ou en inuktitut, rendez-vous sur le site du gouvernement du Nunavut au www.gov.nu.ca/fr/public-jobs.


Building Official Government of Nunavut / Gouvernement du Nunavut NU

Expiry Date: 2018-01-01
Date Posted: 2017-12-01
Province: Nunavut





Manager, Human Resources

Manager, Human Resources

Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN)

Located on Vancouver Island’s beautiful central east coast, the Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) is one of the most attractive areas in British Columbia to live and work.  The RDN provides a variety of local and regional services to four municipalities (Nanaimo, Parksville, Qualicum and Lantzville) and seven rural communities on Central Vancouver Island.  Established in 1967, the RDN is British Columbia's fifth most populous Regional District, of 28 throughout the province, and home to more than 155,000 people.

The Regional District of Nanaimo is seeking a Manager of Human Resources to join our team. Reporting to the General Manager of Corporate Services, the successful candidate will be responsible for the effective operation of the Human Resources Department through the development and management of applicable programs, policies, procedures and work processes and by providing guidance and technical support for all human resources functions.

Education and experience requirements include an undergraduate degree in Human Resource Management plus a minimum of five years of Human Resources experience in a local government combined with three years of supervisory experience. Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation or equivalent is also required.

This permanent full time excluded position offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.  Visit ‘Employment’ on the Regional District of Nanaimo website at www.rdn.bc.ca for a complete job description and more information on the Regional District.

A complete resume of experience, qualifications and references will be accepted until 4:00 pm, January 12, 2018, quoting Competition No. 2017-95 to the Main Reception, Administration Building, Regional District of Nanaimo, 6300 Hammond Bay Road, Nanaimo, BC, V9T 6N2; Fax: 250-390-4163, or email rdncareers@rdn.bc.ca.

Thank you for your interest in this position.  Only those under consideration will be contacted.

 


Manager, Human Resources Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2018-01-01
Date Posted: 2017-12-01
Province: British Columbia





Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

City of Spruce Grove

Competition number: RC 2017 0057
Department: Corporate Services
Section: Finance

The City of Spruce Grove is a fast growing, dynamic city committed to building and maintaining a fiscally responsible community that serves its residents, attracts visitors and promotes future growth. We are a vibrant city about 11 km west of Edmonton, offering housing options for everyone, excellent schools, sports, culture and recreation facilities and a mix of businesses ranging from national retailers, shops, locally owned and chain restaurants and professional services.

Through the actions of the Values We Live By, accountability, communication, leadership, integrity and respect are encouraged, while maintaining a work, play balance.

This CFO is responsible to provide leadership in the delivery of financial management for the City by developing a financial strategy, long term financial plan, and related metrics that are aligned with the corporate strategies and objectives. The position also needs to ensure the on-going development and monitoring of the financial management system, the preservation and stewardship of the City's assets, and timely reporting of complete and accurate financial plans and reports. This position reports to the General Manager of Corporate Services.

Responsibilities:

Financial Management

  • Provide expertise in evaluation and impact of long term planning, introduction of new programs and initiatives and regulatory action from a financial strategy perspective.
  • Enhance and/or develop, implement, and enforce policies and procedures for the organization by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness.
  • Plan, measure, implement, manage, and control all municipal financial-related functions.
  • Implement finance policies, procedures and processes.
  • Ensure the Finance section provides timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial reports, and financial trends to assist the City Council, City Manager, and other senior managers in performing their responsibilities.
  • Provide technical financial advice and knowledge to others within the financial discipline, and ensure alignment with the corporate direction.

Strategic Management

  • Manage effectively, the operating and capital budgets for the section, including external contracted services.
  • Prepare, in consultation with other sections and/or departments, operating and capital initiatives for submission to the corporate plan
  • Participate in and contribute to organization wide corporate planning.
  • Influence strategic and business objectives including mitigating financial risks, minimizing liabilities and stewarding assets to ensure short and long term implications, opportunities and risks are fully considered, in alignment with financial strategy, environmental and public interest.
  • Identify major departmental issues, opportunities, policies or programs that require review and / or enhancement and recommend appropriate studies or reviews to the General Manager of Corporate Services.
  • Propose both short term and long term action plans for change and processes for change management to the General Manager of Corporate Services.

Supervisory Management

  • Provide a high level of coaching, training, and mentoring to section staff in the achievement of their goals and projects on an ongoing basis as well as through the performance management process.
  • Manage the daily operations of the Finance Section, setting goals and expectations for the team, making decisions regarding staffing matters, stressing the importance of teamwork, ensuring the overall efficiency of the services provided by the team as a whole.

Stakeholder Relations

  • Champion continual improvement of the financial budgeting process through education of managers on financial matters impacting their budgets.
  • Prepare and deliver presentations, position statements and information sessions for staff, stakeholder groups and Council to facilitate discussion of policies and initiatives, solicit feedback on proposed options and initiatives.
  • Represent the City on inter-governmental and professional organizations.
Qualifications:

The successful candidate will have:

  • Post-secondary Degree in Accounting, Finance or equivalent.
  • Fifteen (15) to seventeen (17) years of related experience which includes five (5) years’ experience in a public accounting firm and five (5) years leadership experience.
  • Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) required.
  • Leadership Development Program Certificate or equivalent an asset.
  • CPA Public Sector Financial Reporting and Accounting course or equivalent an asset.
     

Close Date:  January 8, 2018
Salary Range:$131,240 to $162,120

Visit our website at www.sprucegrove.org for more information and to apply online.


Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Spruce Grove Alberta

Expiry Date: 2018-01-01
Date Posted: 2017-12-01
Province: Alberta





Senior Manager, Program Services Unit (PSU)

Senior Manager, Program Services Unit (PSU)

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM)

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) is the national voice of municipal governments, representing the interests of cities and communities with the federal government. 

Department:FCM Programs
Classification:Level 7
Salary Band:$102,300 $ - $135,500
Language:Bilingual; English and French

Major Purpose:

Reporting to the Executive Director, FCM Programs, the Senior Manager, Program Services Unit (PSU) is accountable for the strategic management of the Program Services Unit.  The incumbent ensures that the PSU develops standard approaches, tools and processes for knowledge development and mobilization; monitoring, evaluation and learning; operations; departmental change management processes, and mobilization of municipal expertise.  The incumbent oversees the provision of high-quality departmental and project-specific services, tools and approaches that support consistency across projects and contribute to increased inter-project collaboration and synergy, leading to more effective, innovative and high quality projects.  The incumbent acts as the key FCMP senior liaison with FCM’s corporate services. The incumbent ensures PSU services are strongly aligned with the departmental overall goals and objectives and with FCM’s overall vision, priorities, and strategic plans, and contributes to position FCM as an effective and leading learning organization in programming at the municipal level. 

The incumbent represents FCM Programs in general liaison and operations related discussions with senior officials within the federal government and with FCM’s corporate services and donor networks. Finally, the incumbent supports the development and implementation of FCM Programs’ vision and strategies through an active participation on the FCM Program Departmental Management Committee (DMC).

FCM aspires to be an organization that is deeply respectful, collaborative, empowering and transparent in our work.  As the national association for municipal government, FCM is committed to strengthening Canada by achieving results for Canadian communities, cities and workplace, and by sharing knowledge and experience on the world’s stage, so that others may improve the quality of life in their communities.  All senior leaders in the organization are expected to lead in a manner that embraces these values, the corporate culture and the passion for FCM’s mission.

Key Responsibilities:

Strategic Direction for Departmental and Project-Specific Services: 

  • Provides strategic direction and determines priorities for department-wide services and approaches in a number of key areas such as: knowledge management; monitoring and evaluation; mobilization/management of municipal experts; operations and administrative systems; and organizational changes, to ensure consistency across projects and overall  departmental effectiveness; 
  • Acts as senior liaison and develops a co-management approach with corporate departments/units (Communications, HR and Corporate Services (including Legal services, IT and Finance), which deliver services to FCM Programs, and with their collaboration and that of program teams, determines the strategic priorities for corporate services for FCM Programs; 
  • In collaboration with the Director of Finance and Directors of Programs, revisit/assess to role of the PSU in the context of current organizational changes within FCM to further develop the relevance of the unit, and ensure the sustainability of PSU services through the development of a cost-sharing business model (level of effort) that determines the financial contribution of projects to the PSU human resources costs; 
  • Accountable for the development of the cross-departmental (EDO-PSU-Communications) project-specific services’ annual work plan process, and monitors its implementation while ensuring commitment and collaboration of project teams; and discusses relevant issues with Directors, Programs. 

Departmental Services Quality and Coordination:

  • In collaboration with the Directors of Programs  and Corporate Services’ senior managers, monitors and evaluates the use of departmental approaches and tools, standards and methodologies developed by the PSU and FCM corporate services for the FCMP’s project teams;
  • Works closely with Directors of Programs to ensure project teams collaborate with the PSU in the development/sharing of new and innovative methods/approaches/tools in knowledge management, municipal expert mobilization and operations;  
  • Regularly assesses the quality of departmental services with Directors, Programs and project teams to ensure they are adding value to individual projects but more importantly that they are contributing to more collaboration, cutting-edge approaches and more effective program delivery across the department; 
  • Promotes general coordination and knowledge sharing of departmental tools, good practices and experience within FCM Programs, particularly through participation in the FCM Programs Departmental Management Committee (DMC) and other staff committees and facilitates identification/mobilization of thematic expertise across the programs; 
  • Ensures that FCM members and partners’ expertise and innovative approaches identified and documented by the PSU are adequately mobilized by project teams. 

Organizational Change Management:

  • Contributes to strengthening FCMP as a department by doing an analysis of current organizational practices, and  developing and implementing (or supporting) processes and tools contributing to effective organizational change management (e.g. undertaking a review of the current structure and function of the PSU and FCMP committees’ mandate and effectiveness, such as the Extended Executive Director’s Committee, and provides options, as needed, to optimize staff participation and input; establishes co-management agreements and routines with various corporate departments providing services to FCMP; etc.) 
  • Develops processes and approaches that support a culture of innovation, learning, collaboration and sharing within FCM Programs (e.g. creation of departmental communities of practice; planning of team building events/initiatives to promote collaboration; organization of learning/sharing events across the department; etc.) 

Relationships and Networking:

  • Participates in the Global Affairs Canada (GAC) Finance Task Group meetings (or other federal departments task groups as required) with Finance and HR to represent the interests of international projects; 
  • Develops a network of organizations and individuals that provide departmental services to projects to learn about service management and sharing of best practices, and to expand FCMP’s strategic relationships with other organizations; 
  • Ensures PSU members are actively involved in various theme-related networks (Knowledge Management, Monitoring & Evaluation, etc.) to learn and exchange about current trends and practices that will position FCM as a leading learning organization; 
  • Manages relationships with Corporate Services to ensure ongoing collaboration with the PSU and to solve potential issues. 

Human Resource and Unit Management:

  • Supervises PSU managers, including work plan development, performance assessments and staff development, and provides direction and guidance to PSU managers in resolving personnel issues where required; 
  • Leads on the development of PSU’s internal processes, and the organization of regular PSU meetings and semi-annual planning retreats; 
  • Provides direction and guidance to the PSU team in resolving complex issues when required; 
  • Acts as a back-up to the Executive Director in FCM departmental meetings and external meetings as required. 

Strategies and Program Development: 

  • In collaboration with the Executive Director's Office, contributes to new program development by identifying new program opportunities and participating in program development processes (e.g. concept identification, program design, lessons learned from past evaluations, etc.).
  • As a member of the DMC, actively participates in the ongoing development and implementation of FCM Programs and FCM strategic, organizational and operational plans, and ensures projects adhere to common principles, values and strategic directions of FCM. 

Knowledge and Experience:

  • Master’s degree in related fields such as public administration, municipal affairs, organizational development, international development, program management or equivalent education or experience. 
  • 10-years’ experience in operational and strategic management of externally funded projects with minimum 5 years as a member of a senior management team. 
  • Strong experience managing multi-disciplinary teams facilitating the provision of horizontal services to project stakeholders. 
  • Strong experience in developing and implementing organizational effectiveness strategies 
  • Strong experience in human resources management and leadership of integrated teams in a complex environment in an outcome-focused, real-time, client service environment, including experience in successfully managing remote and cross-cultural teams of experienced professionals. 
  • Strong business acumen and problem solving skills including budgetary processes, resource allocation, program evaluation, program management, reporting and strategic planning. 
  • Good verbal and written communication, interpersonal, negotiation, presentation and influencing skills to deal effectively with internal and external stakeholders and engage them in the projects’ vision and mission. 
  • A good network of contacts within the not-for-profit and private sectors.  
  • Political sensitivity to the municipal world, the relevant institutions of the federal government and provincial governments, as well as knowledge of FCM, its strategic directions and of local government structure is a strong asset. 
  • Knowledge and significant working experience in one or more of the key regions of the developing world. 

Language: 

  • The ability to work in both official languages (English and French) is required for this role.  The knowledge of Spanish or other languages is considered an asset. 

Other: 

  • Occasional international travel (1 – 2 times per year) will be required as a function of this role. 


The benefits to joining the FCM team include summer hours (Fridays off between July 1st and Labour Day); offices located in the ByWard Market, FCM’s commitment to employee development and a competitive range of employee benefits and services.  

For additional information on this posting, or for further information on FCM, access our website at www.fcm.ca.

Visit the careers section of our website to apply. Deadline for applications is December 17, 2017. 

We thank all candidates for their interest; however we will only contact those selected for an interview. All the applications will be kept on file for six months following the hiring. 

La Fédération canadienne des municipalités (FCM) est la voix nationale des gouvernements municipaux, représentant les intérêts des villes et des collectivités auprès du gouvernement fédéral. 

Poste :Gestionnaire principal(e), Unité de services aux programmes (USP)
Service : Programmes de la FCM
Classification : Niveau 7
Échelle salariale :102,300 $ - 135,500 $
Langues :Bilingue requis (anglais et français)

Objectif principal :
Le ou la gestionnaire principal(e) de l’Unité de services aux programmes (USP) relève du directeur exécutif, Programmes de la FCM, et est responsable de la gestion stratégique de l’Unité. Il ou elle doit veiller à ce que l’USP élabore des approches, outils et procédures standard dans les domaines suivants : développement et mobilisation des connaissances; suivi, évaluation et apprentissage; opérations; processus de gestion des changements à l’échelle du département; ainsi que mobilisation de l’expertise municipale. Le ou la gestionnaire principal(e) supervise la prestation de services, d’outils et d’approches de grande qualité à l’ensemble du département ainsi qu’aux projets spécifiques, afin d’assurer la cohérence et de contribuer à la bonne collaboration et à la synergie entre les projets, permettant ainsi de réaliser des projets de qualité supérieure, plus efficaces et novateurs. Le ou la titulaire de ce poste sert de point de liaison senior avec les Services corporatifs de la FCM. Il ou elle veille également à ce que les services de l’USP soient fortement alignés avec les buts et objectifs généraux du département, ainsi qu’avec la vision, les priorités et les plans stratégiques de la FCM, et contribue à positionner la FCM en tant qu’organisation efficace, leader en matière de programmation au niveau municipal.

Le ou la gestionnaire principal(e) représente les Programmes de la FCM dans le cadre de la liaison générale et des discussions sur les opérations impliquant des hauts fonctionnaires au sein du gouvernement fédéral, les Services corporatifs de la FCM ainsi que les réseaux de donateurs. Enfin, il ou elle appuie le développement et la mise en œuvre de la vision et des stratégies des Programmes de la FCM en participant activement au Comité de gestion du département (CGD) des Programmes de la FCM.

La FCM souhaite être une organisation profondément respectueuse, qui favorise la collaboration, la responsabilisation et la transparence dans son travail. À titre d'organisation nationale de gouvernements municipaux, nous nous engageons avec passion à renforcer le Canada en parvenant à des résultats pour nos collectivités, nos villes et notre milieu de travail, et en partageant nos connaissances et notre expérience sur la scène mondiale, afin de permettre à d’autres collectivités d’améliorer leur qualité de vie. On s’attend de tous les cadres de la FCM qu’ils dirigent de manière à intégrer les valeurs, la culture organisationnelle et la passion pour notre mission. 

Responsabilités clés : 

Direction stratégique des services aux projets et au département : 

  • Fournir une orientation stratégique et définir les priorités pour les approches et les services offerts à l’ensemble du département dans plusieurs secteurs, notamment: la gestion des connaissances, suivi et évaluation, la mobilisation et la gestion d’experts municipaux, les systèmes opérationnels et administratifs et le changement organisationnel, afin d’assurer la cohérence entre les programmes ainsi qu’une efficacité accrue dans l’ensemble du département; 

  • Agir en tant que liaison principale et développer une approche de cogestion avec les autres départements et unités (Communications, RH, Services corporatifs – y compris les services juridiques, les TI et les Finances) qui fournissent des services aux Programmes de la FCM. Avec leur collaboration et celle des équipes de projets, déterminer les priorités stratégiques des Services corporatifs offerts au département des Programmes de la FCM; 

  • En collaboration avec le directeur des finances et les directeurs des programmes, revoir / évaluer le rôle de l'USP dans le contexte des changements organisationnels actuels au sein de la FCM pour assurer le développement de la pertinence de l'unité et pour assurer la durabilité d’un modèle d’affaires basé sur le  partage des coûts (niveau d'effort) liés aux coûts des ressources humaines de l’USP afin de calculer l’apport financier des projets; 

  • Responsable du développement du processus de planification annuelle du travail interservices (Bureau du directeur, USP, Communications) pour les services spécifiques aux projets. Doit notamment en surveiller la mise en œuvre en assurant l’engagement et la collaboration des équipes de projet et en discutant des enjeux avec les directeurs des programmes.  

Coordination et contrôle de la qualité des services départementaux 

  • De concert avec les directeurs des programmes et les gestionnaires principaux des services corporatifs, surveiller et évaluer l’utilisation des approches, outils, standards et méthodologies élaborés par l’USP et les Services corporatifs de la FCM pour les équipes de projets des Programmes de la FCM; 

  • Travailler étroitement avec les directeurs de programme pour s’assurer que les équipes de projets collaborent avec l’USP pour le développement et le partage de méthodes, d’approches et d’outils nouveaux et novateurs en matière de gestion des connaissances, mobilisation d’experts municipaux et opérations; 

  • Évaluer régulièrement la qualité des services départementaux offerts aux directeurs de programme et aux équipes de projets afin de s’assurer qu’ils contribuent efficacement à chacun des projets, et d’autant plus, qu’ils favorisent la collaboration, le développement d'approches avant-gardistes et la réalisation plus efficace des programmes dans l’ensemble du département; 

  • Promouvoir la coordination générale et le partage des connaissances concernant les outils, les meilleures pratiques et les expériences issues des Programmes de la FCM, notamment en participant au Comité de gestion du département (CGD) des Programmes de la FCM et à d’autres comités internes et faciliter l'identification et la mobilisation de l'expertise thématique à travers les programmes; 

  • Veiller à ce que l’expertise et les approches novatrices des membres et des partenaires de la FCM, identifiées et documentées par l’USP, soient adéquatement mobilisées par les équipes de projets. 

Gestion du changement organisationnel 

  • Contribuer à renforcer le département des Programmes de la FCM en effectuant une analyse des pratiques organisationnelles en place, en développant et en implantant (ou en appuyant) des processus et des outils qui contribuent à un gestion efficace du changement organisationnel (par ex. entreprendre une révision de la structure et de la fonction actuelles de l’USP, les mandats et l’efficacité des comités des Programmes de la FCM, dont le comité élargi du directeur exécutif, et suggérer des options, au besoin, afin d’optimiser la participation et l’apport des employés; établir des ententes et des routines de cogestion avec les divers services corporatifs qui fournissent des services aux Programmes de la FCM; etc.); 

  • Développer des processus et des approches qui soutiennent une culture d’innovation, d’apprentissage, de collaboration et de partage au sein des Programmes de la FCM (par ex.; créer des communautés de pratique dans le département, planifier des événements/initiatives de renforcement des équipes pour favoriser la collaboration; organiser des événements d’apprentissage et de partage dans l’ensemble du département, etc.). 

Relations et réseautage 

  • Participer aux réunions du Groupe de travail sur les finances d’Affaires mondiales Canada (AMC), ou à d’autres groupes de travail lorsque requis, avec les Finances et les RH, afin de représenter les intérêts des projets internationaux; 

  • Développer un réseau d’organismes et d’individus pouvant fournir des services départementaux aux projets afin de parfaire la gestion des services, de promouvoir le partage des meilleures pratiques, et pour élargir les relations stratégiques des Programmes de la FCM avec d’autres organisations; 

  • Veiller à ce que les membres de l’USP soient activement impliqués dans des réseaux thématiques (gestion des connaissances, suivi et évaluation, etc.) afin d’apprendre et d’échanger sur les tendances et les pratiques courantes, et d’ainsi positionner la FCM comme une organisation leader en matière d’apprentissage; 

  • Gérer les relations avec les Services corporatifs afin d’assurer une collaboration continue avec l’USP et de résoudre les problèmes le cas échéant. 

Gestion de l’Unité et des ressources humaines 

  • Superviser les gestionnaires de l’USP, notamment pour le développement des plans de travail, l’évaluation de la performance et le perfectionnement des employés, et leur fournir des directives et orientations pour les aider à résoudre les problèmes avec les employés, au besoin; 

  • Diriger le développement des processus internes de l’USP, ainsi que l’organisation de réunions régulières et de journées de planification semi-annuelles; 

  • Fournir des directives et guider l’équipe de l’USP dans la résolution de questions complexes, selon les besoins; 

  • Remplacer le directeur exécutif dans les réunions départementales à la FCM ainsi que dans des réunions externes, au besoin. 

Développement des programmes et des stratégies 

  • En collaboration avec le Bureau du directeur exécutif, contribuer au développement de nouveaux programmes en cernant des opportunités de programmes et participer aux processus d’élaboration de programmes (par ex., identification du concept, conceptualisation du programme, leçons tirées des dernières évaluations, etc.); 

  • En tant que membre du CGD, participer activement au développement continu et à la mise en œuvre des Programmes de la FCM ainsi que des plans opérationnels, organisationnels et stratégiques de la FCM, et veiller à ce que les projets adhèrent aux principes, valeurs et directions stratégiques de la FCM. 

Connaissances et expérience : 

  • Diplôme de maîtrise dans un domaine pertinent tel que l’administration publique, les affaires municipales, le développement organisationnel, le développement international, la gestion de programme, ou une expérience ou éducation équivalente. 

  • 10 ans d’expérience en gestion opérationnelle et stratégique de projets bénéficiant de financement externe, dont au moins 5 ans en tant que membre d’une équipe de haute gestion.  

  • Solide expérience dans la gestion d’équipes multidisciplinaires facilitant la prestation horizontale des services aux différents acteurs des projets. 

  • Solide expérience en développement et mise en œuvre de stratégies d’efficacité organisationnelle. 

  • Vaste expérience en gestion de ressources humaines et leadership d’équipes intégrées dans un environnement complexe de service à la clientèle, axé sur les résultats, en temps réel, comprenant une expérience de gestion efficace d’équipes éloignées et multiculturelles composées de professionnels expérimentés. 

  • Grand sens des affaires et aptitudes pour la résolution de problèmes, y compris les processus de budgétisation, l’allocation des ressources, la gestion et l’évaluation de programmes, la production de rapports et la planification stratégique. 

  • Bonnes aptitudes pour les communications orales et écrites, les relations interpersonnelles, la négociation, les présentations, et savoir exercer une influence afin de traiter efficacement avec des parties intéressées à l’intérieur et à l’extérieur de l’organisation, et de les mobiliser envers la vision et la mission des projets.  

  • Bon réseau de contacts dans le secteur privé et dans des OSBL. 

  • Une acuité politique à l’égard du monde municipal, des instances politiques pertinentes au niveau du gouvernement fédéral et des gouvernements provinciaux, ainsi qu’une bonne connaissance de la FCM, de ses orientations stratégiques et de la structure des gouvernements locaux, seraient des atouts. 

  • Des connaissances ainsi qu’une expérience de travail considérable dans une ou plusieurs régions clés de pays en développement.  

Exigences linguistiques : 

  • La capacité de travailler dans les deux langues officielles (anglais et français) est obligatoire pour ce poste. La connaissance de l’espagnol ou d’autres langues serait un atout. 

Autres exigences : 

  • Des déplacements occasionnels à l’étranger (1 à 2 fois par année) sont à prévoir dans le cadre des fonctions de ce poste. 

 

Faire partie de l'équipe de la FCM comporte une multitude d'avantages, dont la possibilité de bénéficier d'un horaire d'été (congé les vendredis du 1er juillet jusqu'à la fête du Travail) et de travailler dans des bureaux situés sur la place du marché ByWard. Vous serez également assuré de l'engagement de la FCM à favoriser le perfectionnement de ses employés et aurez accès à une gamme concurrentielle d'avantages sociaux et de services.   

 

Pour plus d'information au sujet de cette offre ou de la FCM en général, veuillez consulter notre site Web à www.fcm.ca

 

Pour postuler, veuillez-vous render à la section carrières de notre site web.  La date limite de soumission des candidatures est le 17 décembre 2017.  

 

Nous remercions tous les candidats pour leur intérêt, mais nous ne communiquerons qu'avec ceux qui auront été retenus pour une entrevue. Toutes les candidatures seront conservées dans nos dossiers pour une période de six mois après l'embauche du candidat chois

 


Senior Manager, Program Services Unit (PSU) Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-17
Date Posted: 2017-12-04
Province: Ontario





Director, Facilities Operations

Director, Facilities Operations

City of Vancouver

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia

With a mission to create a great city of communities that care about people, the environment and opportunities to live, work and prosper, Vancouver consistently ranks as one of the world’s most livable cities.  This reflects the City’s track record of balancing exceptional achievements in urban planning and community arts, with the need to address important social challenges, all while working to pursue its goal to become the Greenest City in the world by 2020.  With an annual operating expenditure in excess of $1.5 billion and over 10,000 employees, the City of Vancouver has been recognized as one of Canada’s top 100 employers and one of BC’s top employers.

Reporting to the General Manager of Real Estate and Facilities Management, the Director of Facilities Operations is responsible for the maintenance and operation of civic buildings and facilities.  Managing the Facilities Operations Division, the successful candidate will provide strategic leadership and advice to City departments and Boards with regard to facilities operations and maintenance initiatives, service delivery and property management, while ensuring risk assessment and compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements, occupational health and safety standards and City’s policies.  Determining the optimal operations and maintenance service delivery strategy (including tracking, resourcing and management of outstanding work requests), re-engineering business processes, and leading a culture shift will be key elements of this role.

The ideal candidate is an energetic and empowering people leader who brings leadership experience in facilities and/or asset management in a complex, unionized public or private sector organization.  Experience that includes building operations, preventative and demand maintenance, and property management is ideal.  As this is a high profile role with significant internal customer interaction, the candidate must have superior interpersonal skills, a customer service ethos, as well as an ability to forge trusting relationships with myriad stakeholders.

To explore this exciting opportunity further, please click here.


Director, Facilities Operations Vancouver British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2018-01-04
Date Posted: 2017-12-04
Province: British Columbia





Chief Human Resources Officer

Chief Human Resources Officer

Calgary Police Service

Reporting to the Deputy Chief, Bureau of Corporate Support, the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) is a new position that forms part of the Executive Operations Council. The CHRO is responsible for developing human resource strategies for both sworn and civilian employees that support service-wide goals and objectives and overseeing the implementation of those strategies. This position provides leadership and recommendations to CPS Executive on human resources programs, policies and services including the functional areas of workforce planning; HR information management, HR analytics and reporting; diversity and inclusion; recruitment and talent management; learning and development; organizational effectiveness; health, safety and wellness; performance management; and employee and labour relations.  It is also responsible for developing and monitoring the division budget and resources, and supporting and coaching section leads within the division. This position builds partnerships across the Service; collaborates with other police agencies, City HR, and provides reporting to the Calgary Police Commission.

The CHRO has six direct reports – Manager of Health, Safety and Wellness; Inspector, HR Operations Section; Inspector, Chief Crowfoot Learning Centre; Manager, HR Business Advisory Section; Staff Sergeant, Driver, Safety and Compliance; and one Administrative Assistant. He/she will provide leadership to five distinct units with over 100, unionized and non-unionized, sworn and civilian, staff.

Key Result Areas
  • Strategic Direction and Consulting
  • Change Management and Project Sponsorship
  • Business Planning and Budget
  • Team Leadership and Development
  • Relationship Management
The Person

Required Qualifications

  • University degree in business, social sciences, human resources, or related field.
  • 10+ years providing HR advice, guidance and leadership, ideally in a large municipal, government or unionized environment.
  • In progressively senior roles from both an operational and corporate perspective with at least 5 years at a senior management level.
  • CPHR or equivalent designation is an asset.
  • Proven ability to implement strategic change while maintaining strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Experience leading major culture change initiatives and project management is required.
  • Strong communicator with political acumen. Strategic leader that is diplomatic, accountable, and results-driven.
  • Experience with a range of HR specialty areas (OH&S, LR, Workforce Planning, etc.), relevant legislation (FOIP, OH&S, Human Rights, etc.), and collective agreements preferable.

Compensation

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

For Information Please Contact:

Allan Nelson or Heather Fookes
Davies Park
530, 1000 – 7 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB  T2P 5L5
Phone: (403) 263-0600
Email:  calgary@daviespark.com

Additional information can be found at: www.daviespark.com


Chief Human Resources Officer Calgary Police Service Alberta

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: Alberta





Head of Corporate Service Delivery Excellence

Head of Corporate Service Delivery Excellence

Town of Georgina

Come work with us! Employment with the Town of Georgina offers an opportunity to make a positive difference in our community. We are a progressive, forward-thinking organization focused on continuous improvement, innovation and providing exceptional customer service. We offer a collaborative team environment and an excellent place to take charge of your career.

Position Purpose:

Responsible for the overall strategic direction of the Corporate Strategic Plan providing corporate leadership, functional oversight and strategic direction in the execution of the corporate strategic goals ensuring that Departments have the appropriate environment and resources to respond to the strategic priorities, objectives and initiatives of the Town to meet the needs of internal (staff and departments) and external clients. Provides strategic advice to the CAO and the senior management team on matters affecting corporate performance and the Corporate Strategic Plan and is directly responsible for the leadership, functional oversight and strategic direction of the Corporate Communications Division and the Corporate Strategic Initiatives Coordinator. Is responsible for the strategic direction of organizational continuous improvement and innovation and for the overall organization wide continuous improvement program design and delivery, best practice sharing, to support improved capacity and excellence in corporate performance.

Minimum Qualifications:

Successful completion of a University Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or related field Minimum five (5) years’ experience in continuous improvement including providing facilitation, consultation, advice and recommendations regarding improvement initiatives, project management, and partnership development preferably within a public sector environment including supervisory or leadership experience.

Salary Range: $101,441-$125,310

How to apply: Please forward your cover letter and resume in confidence by December 19, 2017 identifying the job title and ID#2017.149 in the subject line to careers@georgina.ca or in person or by mail to
Human Resources,
Town of Georgina,
26557 Civic Centre Road,
Keswick, ON L4P 3G1


Committed to diversity and a barrier-free environment: The Town of Georgina is an equal opportunity employer committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection process and as we grow, it’s important that our workforce reflect the citizens we serve. We respect, encourage, and celebrate diversity. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Office to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process. Personal information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of candidate selection.


Click Here for a full job description.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those being considered will be contacted.


Head of Corporate Service Delivery Excellence Georgina Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-19
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: Ontario





Supervisor of Development Engineering

Supervisor of Development Engineering

Town of Georgina

Come work with us! Employment with the Town of Georgina offers an opportunity to make a positive difference in our community. We are a progressive, forward-thinking organization focused on continuous improvement, innovation and providing exceptional customer service. We offer a collaborative team environment and an excellent place to take charge of your career.

Position Purpose:

Responsible for supervising and managing the work and activities of the technical staff of the Development Engineering Division, comprising all aspects of development engineering design and reviews associated with new development processes. Provides technical support and advice on planning applications to the Planning division, Operations, Road and Water/Wastewater divisions and Recreation and Culture Department. Co-ordinates the Town’s site alteration permit process.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor of Civil Engineering from an accredited University with a P.Eng. or equivalent designation; Five (5) years’ experience in municipal engineering and project management including supervision of others; Registered member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario; PMP certification an asset.

Salary Range: $91,392-$112,896

How to apply:
Please forward your cover letter and resume in confidence by December 19, 2917, identifying the job title and ID#2017.151 in the subject line to careers@georgina.ca or in person or by mail to
Human Resources, Town of Georgina,
26557 Civic Centre Road,
Keswick, ON L4P 3G1
 

Click Here for a complete job description.


Committed to diversity and a barrier-free environment:
The Town of Georgina is an equal opportunity employer committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection process and as we grow, it’s important that our workforce reflect the citizens we serve. We respect, encourage, and celebrate diversity. We will accommodate the needs of applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Office to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process. Personal information collected will be used in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of candidate selection.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those being considered will be contacted.

Supervisor of Development Engineering Georgina Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-19
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: Ontario





Manager of Public Service & Operations

Manager of Public Service & Operations

Township of Ear Falls

Ear Falls is located in the shores of famous Lac Seul and the English River, which offers residents and visitors with a spectacular playground that is enjoyed year round. We are extremely proud to offer world class fishing and hunting right at our doorstep.

The Township works hard to ensure this community is well serviced and positioned for future development. Whether you are here for a lifetime, or just for one day, you will be struck by the beauty of the region, and impressed by the modern town that lies in the middle of the Canadian wilderness. Ear Falls is a beautiful place to live, work and play.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Township of Ear Falls is seeking a Manager Public Service & Operations with strong leadership skills to join our management team. Reporting to the Clerk-Treasurer Administrator, the Manager Public Service & Operations is an integral member of the management team.

The successful candidate will be responsible for implementing all assessment, maintenance, construction and operation of the Municipal Road Network, Water and Sewer Treatment Plants, Water and Sewer Distribution System, Waste Disposal Site, Cemetery, Parks, Golf Course, and all Municipal buildings / facilities and parking lots (Ear Falls Government Building, Community Health Centre, Recreation Centre, Public Service and Operations Shop, Wellair Building, Dog
Pound etc.) in accordance with approved budgets, the maintenance and deployment of all works tools, vehicles and equipment, supervising Public Service and Operations employees, ensuring a safe and healthy workplace.

The ideal candidate will bring to the position:

  • Class DZ Driver’s License in good standing;
  • Minimum three years’ experience in a management position (preferably in a municipal public works environment), with demonstrated skills in preparing and monitoring capital and operational budgets, employee supervision in a nonunionized environment and public relations;
  • Strong customer relation skills and experience working with a broad range of community groups and organizations and the general public;
  • Effective interpersonal, oral, and written communication, time management, report writing and information technology skills.
  • Working knowledge of Workplace Health and Safety and WHMIS legislation.
  • Proven ability in the operation of Municipal equipment.

Additional assets we will consider are:
Certified Roads Superintendent designation

The salary for this full time management position will be commensurate with qualifications and/or experience.

Please reply with a compelling cover letter; Comprehensive resume; Salary history; and three (3) professional references. Confidential
Posting open until filled

Inquiries welcomed to Mr. Glen Smith. glen@ravenhillgroup.com. 1-888-447-5910 ext. 705


Manager of Public Service & Operations Ear Falls Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: Ontario





Development Inspector

Development Inspector

Town of Halton Hills

POSTING No. 201756

Come join our team! We are looking for a candidate that shares our corporate values of Honesty, Excellence, Team, Fun, Creativity and Respect. These values are second nature for the successful candidate and are demonstrated in their work and interactions with colleagues and the community.

Under the supervision of the Manager of Development Engineering, this position is responsible for on-site inspection of development projects to ensure compliance with established Provincial and Municipal Standards and related Development Agreements. Perform duties as an inspector under the Town’s Site Alteration By-law.

Accountabilities:
  • Plan, organize and attend on-site inspections for numerous development sites and site plans
  • Analyze, interpret and enforce Municipal and Provincial Standards and policies
  • Review Letter of Credit reduction requests (maintenance and assumption)
  • Review and approve individual lot grading plans and inspect final lot grading
  • Interact with the public, consultants and contractors with respect to on-site issues
  • Plan and organize the review of construction sites for compliance with mud deposits
  • Assist in the administration of the Site Alteration By-law by performing the role of the “Inspector” as defined in the Site Alteration By-law 2017-0040, as amended
  • Attend and participate in meetings with Town staff, external agencies and the public, including Site Alteration Committee meetings and Development Site Meetings
  • Interact with Town departments and external agencies with respect to new and existing developments
  • Provide the highest standard of customer service for both internal and external customers of the department
  • Review new subdivision street lights after energization and postal kiosk locations
  • Perform other job related duties
You possess:
  • 3 Year Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology Program
  • Registration with O.A.C.E.T.T. with a C.E.T. designation or the ability to achieve within one year
  • 6 years of related experience in a Civil Engineering environment
  • Knowledge of the development agreement process and applicable standards for construction activities
  • Ability to review and understand engineering drawings, reports and tenders
  • Proficient in the use of computer software including Microsoft Office
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Strong Customer-service skills to deal effectively with Town staff, elected officials, external agencies, developers, consultants and the public
  • Time management skills and the ability to prioritize work
  • Problem solving skills and the ability to resolve conflicts or issues encountered throughout construction
  • Superior attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to collaborate and maintain relationships between various departments and external agencies.
  • High-level of professionalism and understanding of confidentiality.
  • Physical ability to perform activities on construction sites in all types of seasonal weather conditions, and lifting of up to seventy-five pounds as required
  • Supply of a suitable personal vehicle to perform duties and a Valid Ontario Class ‘G’ Driver’s License with a clean driver’s abstract


Compensation:
The salary for this position is $66,827 - $79,556 per annum.  This position will occasionally work outside of normal business hours to perform key functions and may be required to work scheduled and unscheduled overtime.

Application:
Qualified candidates may submit a detailed cover letter and resume in confidence to the Town by 4:30 p.m., December 19, 2017.  Please quote Posting No. 201756 on your cover letter. Please apply using only one method of application below.

Mail: Attn: Human Resources
Town of Halton Hills
1 Halton Hills Drive
Halton Hills, ON L7G 5G2
Posting No. 201756

Email: humanresources@haltonhills.ca (preferred)

We thank all those who apply, but advise that only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.  The Town of Halton Hills is an equal opportunity employer.  Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process.  If contacted for an interview, please advise the Human Resources staff of any measures you feel you need to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.  Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.


Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 (S.O. 2001, c.25) and will be used to select a candidate.  Questions about this collection should be directed to the Manager of Human Resources.


Development Inspector Halton Hills Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-19
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: Ontario





Director of Financial Services

Director of Financial Services

District of Port Hardy

The District of Port Hardy is a dynamic and vibrant coastal community located on beautiful Northern Vancouver Island and adjacent to the most spectacular outdoor recreational opportunities on the BC coast.                                                                  

Reporting to the CAO, the Director of Financial Services is responsible for the statutory duties of the financial officer under the Community Charter.  This senior management position will also be responsible for the overall financial administration of the municipality and provide leadership in the areas of budget, financial planning, development of financial policies, collections and asset management.  The Director of Financial Services will be responsible for the annual municipal financial reports,  related bylaws and attend Council meetings as required.

The ideal candidate will have a recognized accounting designation supplemented by a minimum of three (3) years of senior municipal or related accounting/financial and management experience.  The candidate will be comfortable in a computerized environment and be proficient with Microsoft Office applications.  Experience with MAIS accounting systems and a sound knowledge of computer networking would be beneficial.

This high profile role requires a professional with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to deal effectively with Council, a wide variety of internal customers, members of the community and government agencies.

A detailed job description is available at:

http://porthardy.ca/municipal-hall/staff/employment-bid-opportunities/

The District offers an excellent benefit package and competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a letter of interest, detailed resume and references by 4:00pm on January 5, 2018 via mail, email or fax to:

Allison McCarrick, CAO
District of Port Hardy
PO Box 68
Port Hardy BC V0N2P0
email: alli@porthardy.ca
Tel: 250-949-6665  Fax: 250-949-7433

www.porthardy.ca

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 


Director of Financial Services District of Port Hardy British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: British Columbia





Deputy-Clerk

Deputy-Clerk

Township of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh

(1-year maternity leave coverage, full time/temporary)

The Township of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh is seeking a highly motivated, results-focused individual for the position of Deputy-Clerk to fill a one-year maternity leave.

Reporting directly to the Administrator/Clerk-Treasurer, the Deputy-Clerk oversees and coordinates a variety of municipal administrative functions.

The Deputy-Clerk is responsible for the Municipal Election, coordinating the Planning and municipal Drainage administration, liaising with the By-law Enforcement Officer and the Animal Control Officer, administering the municipally owned water systems, providing secretarial duties to various Boards, maintaining municipally owned Cemetery records, as well as other municipally legislated functions, as required.

A complete job description is available on the municipality’s website.

Ideally, the candidate will have post-secondary education, municipal administrative experience, knowledge of the Municipal Act and other relevant legislation, the ability to deal effectively, courteously, and tactfully with the general public and have well-developed oral and written communication skills, as well as organizational skills.

While municipal administrative experience is considered a strong asset, training will be provided.

Applications will be received in confidence by the undersigned until Wednesday, December 27, 2017 by 1:00 p.m.

Mark Becker, Administrator/Clerk-Treasurer
82133 Council Line, RR 5
Goderich, ON N7A 3Y2
clerk@acwtownship.ca

www.acwtownship.ca

We thank all applicants who apply for the position; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  Personal information is collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used only for employment purposes.


Deputy-Clerk Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: Ontario





Director of Information Technology (IT) Services

Director of Information Technology (IT) Services

The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry

The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry is presently accepting applications for the full-time position of Director of Information Technology (IT) Services.  This new position is responsible for managing the human and financial resources of the IT Services Dept., and successfully implementing the Corporation’s IT Strategic Plan.

Reporting directly to the Chief Administrative Officer, the successful candidate will lead the renewal of County IT Services and bring vision and leadership to the IT Department.  Key Duties and Qualifications include:

DUTIES:
  1. As a Department Head, participate in the overall County administration and be accountable for the operation of the Information Technology Services Department.
  2. Provide sound advice and strategic guidance to the Chief Administrative Officer and County Council in all matters related to Information Technology and telecommunications.
  3. Attend Council/Committee meetings as required.  Make policy, program and long-range/strategic/business planning recommendations.
  4. Lead short term and long-term planning and implementation of enterprise IT infrastructure and business systems in support of business operations.
  5. Develop and monitor annual plans and related budgets, objectives, performance measures and budgetary controls that recognize business unit needs as well as corporate priorities.
  6. Responsible for establishing governance processes that will determine priorities.  Obtain, deploy and optimize fiscal, human and material resources to achieve business and service plans and expectations.  Ensure alignment with corporate priorities.
  7. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for IT spending and initiatives.
  8. Identify opportunities for the appropriate and cost-effective investment of financial resources in IT systems and resources.
  9. Develop, implement and/or act in accordance with appropriate policies, standards, systems, procedures and agreements to meet objectives and to comply with legislative requirements.
  10. Provides support in the area of information technology and telecommunications to participating local municipalities and agencies as required.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • University degree in computer science or business administration, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • A minimum 5 to 8 years of progressively responsible senior management experience, preferably in a municipal setting including significant management roles in IT.
  • Experience in IT strategic planning, architecture and IT operations execution.
  • Considerable knowledge of business theory, business processes, management, budgeting, and business office operations.
  • Experience with systems design and development from business requirements analysis through to day-to-day management.
  • Proven experience in IT resource planning, organization, and development.
  • Strong understanding of IT finance based on experience in the areas of assessing IT investments, managing operating and capital budgets, developing business cases and cost analysis, and identifying opportunities for the investment of financial resources.

 

Salary Range:                     $113,445 - $129,652 per annum, with excellent benefits.

Expected Start Date:      Mid to late February 2018.

Candidates are invited to visit the Careers Page of our website at www.sdgcounties.ca to obtain the complete instruction package on how to apply.  Applications will be received by email until 12:00 p.m., on Friday, December 15th, 2017.  Note that this posting may remain open until a suitable candidate is chosen.

United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry
Attention: Human Resources, Suite 207, 26 Pitt Street

Cornwall, Ontario. K6J 3P2
Telephone: (613) 932-1515 Ext. 204   Fax: (613) 936-2913
jobs@sdgcounties.ca

In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information collected will be used only for the purposes of this employment opportunity.  We thank all candidates who apply, but advise that only those persons selected for an interview will be contacted. The United Counties of SDG is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation.

Director of Information Technology (IT) Services United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-15
Date Posted: 2017-12-05
Province: Ontario





Maintenance Worker III

Maintenance Worker III

District of Port Edward

The District of Port Edward is offering a career opportunity for a team player who would like to work in a small staff environment.  The District of Port Edward is a small community of 577 people that is situated 15 kilometers from the City of Prince Rupert on the beautiful Pacific North Coast.

Reporting to the Public Works Foreman, this unionized position operates, maintains, repairs and monitors the municipal water supply systems and the wastewater collection and treatment systems including pipe lines, pump stations, lift stations, reservoirs, and waste water treatment facilities to ensure the water and waste water treatment systems meet the requirements of the provincial statutes and regulations.  This position requires being on standby after regular working hours.

The Maintenance Worker III is also required to operate all equipment including dump truck, rubber tired back hoe, mini excavator, ride on mowers, etc., as well as general labour duties when there is no equipment to operate.  In the absence of the Foreman for holidays, sick leave, WBC etc., the Maintenance Worker III position assumes the duties and pay of the Foreman.

The ideal candidate would have a minimum of: level 1 or 2 water treatment plant operator’s certificate, level 1 or 2 sewer treatment plant operator’s certificate, Class 3 driver’s license with air endorsement, 10 years equipment operating experience, supervisory skills and be in good physical health. 

The District of Port Edward has a collective agreement with CUPE that runs through to December 31, 2021.  The current rate of pay for the Maintenance Worker III position is $33.43 per hour plus premiums for tickets held.  As well as offering good benefits the District encourages professional development opportunities and these are supported by the District.

Qualified applicants are requested to forward their resume with three references to the undersigned by 4:30 p.m. on December 22, 2017

Bob Payette, CAO
District of Port Edward
PO Box 1100
Port Edward, BC, V0V 1G0
Fax: 250-628-9225
email: bpayette@portedward.ca

We thank those persons in advance who submit applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Maintenance Worker III District of Port Edward British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-16
Date Posted: 2017-12-06
Province: British Columbia





Manager of Water and Wastewater Services

Manager of Water and Wastewater Services

Town of Lakeshore

The Town of Lakeshore is a beautiful Municipality situated in southern Ontario along Lake St. Clair.  The Town has a population of over 35,000 and is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Ontario.   Lakeshore enjoys a temperate climate year round with more than 200 growing days. Lakeshore's affordable lakefront community enjoys over 35 km of waterfront, low taxes, a high quality of life and abundant recreational opportunities with the new multi-use recreation centre, the Atlas Tube Centre including pools, 3 arenas, gyms, and much more.

Reporting to the Director of Engineering and Infrastructure Services, the Manager of Water and Wastewater Services is responsible for the overall administration and management of the water and wastewater treatment services for the Town of Lakeshore, including all associated facilities and systems engineering, operations and maintenance of the Town’s water and wastewater treatment, pumping, distribution and collection systems in accordance with all municipal policies and Ministry of Environment regulations.

Qualifications:
  • Civil or Environmental Engineering degree from a recognized university or Certified Engineering Technologist or related field.
  • 5 – 10 years progressive experience in a supervisory, management position preferably with municipal experience directly related to water and wastewater treatment or related experience
  • Valid Class “G” Driver’s licence
  • Experience in a unionized environment would be an asset
  • Class 3 in water treatment/distribution would be an asset
Knowledge:
  • Excellent organizational, time management, management and public relations skills.
  • Excellent computer, report writing and communications skills, both verbal and oral.
  • Technical knowledge in water treatment/distribution and wastewater treatment/collection
  • Advanced knowledge of Ontario Provincial policies, legislation and regulations that affect municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare accurate reports and polices with researched information, logical analysis and recommendations
  • Excellent computer skills
Major Responsibilities:
  • Leads and oversees the Town of Lakeshore Water Supply System Drinking Water Quality Management System
  • Maintain the efficient operation of all staff and resources required to effectively operate and manage the water and wastewater treatment systems for the Town including:
  • Responsible for the development, monitoring and administration of the division budget, including all capital, operating and life cycle items.
  • Oversee and manage the operations of the systems ensuring appropriate maintenance is carried out and accurate records are kept
  • Development and managing of all procedures and processes related to the operation of the division including review and monitor of all statistical records relative to facilities and operations to ensure compliance with all application regulations, legislation, by-laws, etc.
  • Manage staff through coordination and consultation with the Supervisor of Water Operations
  • Oversee and manage all projects and activities of the division.
  • Provide assistance and consultation with other departments as required to ensure coordination of projects and the effective and efficient provision of services.
  • Managing the compliance program for education and training requirements for water treatment operator licensing
  • Manage all contracts including OCWA and waste management disposal contracts.  
  • Design of small scale design work for minor water and wastewater projects
  • Oversee and manage preparation, review and awarding of tenders related to the operation of the division. 
  • Ensure that staff training requirements are maintained in accordance with all necessary requirement of certifications and licences.
  • Provide training, guidance and instruction to staff as necessary to ensure compliance with all Occupational Health and Safety regulations and municipal standards, policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Prepare and present reports, correspondence and documents for Council, outside agencies and other departments within the town
  • Provide direction, guidance and support to division staff
  • Consulting and coordinating action plans with other departments, groups and agencies
  • Ensures that all equipment, vehicles, infrastructure and assigned technological equipment such as computers, radios, cell phones are maintained in accordance with corporate policy
  • Ensure that the terms and conditions of any and all Collective Agreements are administered and adhered to
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Qualified applicants interested in the position are to email a detailed resume outlining their qualifications to jobs@lakeshore.ca clearly indicating Manager of Water and Wastewater Services in the subject line. This is a non-union position.  The salary is $93,468 to $109,338 (2017 rates) annually with competitive benefits and pension.

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will only be used for the purpose of determining eligibility for this competition. The Town of Lakeshore is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations under the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) will be provided upon request.

Manager of Water and Wastewater Services Lakeshore Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-06
Date Posted: 2017-12-06
Province: Ontario





Payroll Assistant

Payroll Assistant

Waterloo Regional Police Service

(temporary contract – approximately one year)
Salary:
  $ 35.15/hour

General Purpose:

To process payroll for all employees and perform related administrative duties associated with the payroll program system and the time and attendance management system. 

Position Requirements:
  • Comprehensive knowledge of payroll regulations and administration, basic accounting principles and practices, and payroll software procedures and protocol normally acquired through the attainment of a Community College diploma in a business related field with Canadian Payroll Association Level II
  • Certification and a minimum of three years’ related experience in payroll administration; an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
  • Comprehensive knowledge and advanced skill in the use of both a payroll software system and a time and attendance software system
  •  Experience using Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  •  Knowledge of Region of Waterloo and WRPS practices, policies and procedures and applicable legislation including the Employment Standards Act, OMERS regulations, the Income Tax Act, Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Act, Municipal Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act, and any Provincial and Federal regulations pertaining to payroll
  • Comprehensive knowledge of all WRPS collective agreements
  •  Communication and interpersonal skills to interact with internal members at all ranks, to provide guidance on payroll related inquiries
  • Writing and proofreading skills are required to ensure correspondence and documentation is accurate, professionally written, and timely
  • Ability to travel to various locations within the Region and occasionally attend training outside of the Region
  • Ability to meet police security clearance requirements and to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to participate as an effective team member and to support and project values compatible with the organization
  • Ability to meet testing requirements for the position

If you feel you are the ideal candidate, please email your resume to humanresources@wrps.on.ca indicating the position you are applying for by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, December 22nd, 2017.

Resumes will also be accepted by mail or in person to:

Human Resources Branch
Waterloo Regional Police Service
200 Maple Grove Road
Cambridge, ON  N3H 5M1


Payroll Assistant Waterloo Regional Police Service Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-16
Date Posted: 2017-12-06
Province: Ontario





Procurement Officer II

Procurement Officer II 

Town of Newmarket

 (Regular Full-Time, 35 hours a week)

Under the direction of the Manager, Procurement Services the Procurement Officer II is responsible for the procurement of goods and services including minor renovation/construction for an assigned portfolio of departments, and contract administration.

How do I qualify?
  • Post-Secondary Diploma in a Business related field or a combination of education and progressive experience, preferably in a municipal environment.
  • Certified by the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council as a Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB) or equivalent.
  • Demonstrated progressively responsible experience in public purchasing.
  • management skills for working on assigned projects.
  • Strong negotiation, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrated financial aptitude, as this position will be required to compute contract amounts for change orders, invoice payment discrepancies, etc.
  • Thorough understanding of the practices and legislation governing procurement, such as; the Agreement on Internal Trade, other trade agreements, Occupational Health & Safety, Accessibility requirements.
  • Demonstrated ability to assess needs and risk, perform value analysis, conduct research and analyze options and present options for decision makers.
  • Ability to prioritize and organize work and manage conflicting priorities.
  • Ability to work independently and within a team environment.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Suite of Products (Word, Excel and Outlook).
  • Ability to work a flexible work week, including scheduled or unscheduled overtime as needed.
  • Valid Class G Driver’s License in good standing with access to a personal reliable vehicle to use on corporate business.

 

Core Competencies
Communicates Effectively:
Communicates effectively to enhance understanding.
Takes initiative: Takes initiative and goes beyond own job responsibilities.

Salary: $59,194 - $73,992

How do I apply?
Please apply online at www.newmarket.ca by 12:00p.m. on December 22, 2017 quoting the file number 17-43.

The Town of Newmarket is committed to accommodate all applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code for all employment activities including the recruitment process. We wish to thank all candidates for their interest but advise that only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please.

Procurement Officer II Newmarket Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-22
Date Posted: 2017-12-06
Province: Ontario





Architectural Plans Examiner I

Architectural Plans Examiner I

City of London                         

The Corporation of the City of London strives to foster a workplace in which all individuals maximize their potential, regardless of their differences.  We are committed to attracting, engaging, developing and celebrating exceptional people in public service who are representative of our community.

Summary:

Reports to the Manager III, Plans Examination.  Examines all drawings, plans specifications and design data primarily for small to medium size buildings and structures to ensure compliance with the Ontario Building Code Act, the Ontario Building Code, related municipal by-laws and other applicable laws.

Qualifications:
  • Three year Community College Diploma in Architectural Technology or equivalent.
  • Three years prior Building construction experience.

Provincial Qualifications

  • Must be qualified in the categories of:  Small Buildings, Building Structural, HVAC House as defined under Division C Section 3.1 of the Ontario Building Code.
  • Must have successfully passed the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing examination on General Legal/process.
  • Maintain qualifications as determined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing.

 

How to Apply:

Please visit the City of London website to apply online at http://bit.ly/2ixfonp. Please note following the interview stage, official transcripts as well as a basic criminal record check will be required prior to moving to the next stage in the selection process.

Closing Date for Application:  Wednesday, December 20, 2017.

We appreciate all applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 


Architectural Plans Examiner I London Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-20
Date Posted: 2017-12-06
Province: Ontario





Building Inspector

Building Inspector

Township of King

(12-Month Contract)


King Township is seeking applications from qualified individuals for the contract position of Building Inspector. With a population of approximately 24,000, King Township is a mostly rural community located 20 minutes north of Toronto in the Regional Municipality of York.

Reporting to the Chief Building Official this position is responsible for the following:
  • Reviews building plans and carries out inspections to ensure compliance with the Building Code: of new building construction; additions; and renovations.
  • Directs changes as required and notifies all appropriate parties of required changes.
  • Maintains field notes.
  • Examines permit applications including blueprints and specifications of buildings for compliance to municipal and provincial laws; advises applicants of any deviations from regulations and recommends corrective action; issues permits as appropriate.
  • Prepares and files inspection reports.
  • Answers correspondence and notifies owners of any building infractions or deficiencies.
  • Prepares and issues orders for compliance; follows up on orders issued.
  • Completes inspection report forms and/or written reports of installations found to be either defective or not conforming to standards; performs follow-up inspections to ensure defects have been corrected.
The successful applicant will possess:
  • Community College Diploma in Civil Engineering, Architectural Technology, Construction Engineering or equivalent trade experience is required.
  • Must be eligible for certification with the Ontario Building Officials Association (OBOA).
  • Requires five (5) to seven (7) years’ of experience in building inspection within a municipal environment.
  • Thorough understanding of the Ontario Building Code and Act.
  • Provincially qualified and registered to inspect in the following classes: Plumbing – all buildings; House; HVAC- House; Small Buildings; On Site Sewage Disposal Systems.
  • Certification in Large Buildings and Complex Buildings.
  • Class “G” Drivers Licence in good standing.


Yearly salary: $72,100
Qualified candidates are requested to forward their resume by January 5, 2018 to:

Human Resources
2075 King Road
King City, Ontario
L7B 1A1
E-Mail: hr@king.ca

Please visit www.king.ca for full job description.
We thank all applicants and advise that only those selected for an interview will be notified.



Personal information (PI) is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.0. 2001, c.25 and will be used to facilitate the hiring and recruitment process. Personal information (PI) will be protected in accordance with Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA). Questions about the collection of personal information (PI) should be directed to the Human Resources Department, 2075 King Road, King City, L7B 1A1 or (905) 833-5321
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Township of King will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform Township Human Resources staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require in respect of any materials or processes used to ensure your equal participation.

Building Inspector King Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-06
Province: Ontario





Business Development Consultant – Real Estate

Business Development Consultant – Real Estate

City of Hamilton

As astute in corporate real estate, development, and harnessing market dynamics as you are at communicating, negotiating, and managing project teams, you bring the right combination of skills and experience to this exciting full-time, 24 month opportunity within the City of Hamilton’s Economic Development Division.

Reporting to the Manager of Real Estate, you will be responsible for the delivery and administration of real estate services, with a particular focus on securing and disposing of property and real property rights. This will include research, advice, and negotiations, as well as planning for, and/or guiding the work of others (internal and external) with respect to City real property assets, interests (fee simple, easement, encroachment, strata, lease, etc.), and activities (appraisals, acquisitions (purchase or expropriation), leases or licenses, relocations, property management, portfolio management, asset management, environmental audits, site improvements, and dispositions).

Your qualifications as a Business Development Consultant include:
  • Proven excellent knowledge in real estate and development, real estate financing and economic development, and valuation principles and practices normally acquired through the completion of a university degree and training in Urban Planning, Economics, Business or Finance, or other related discipline; or a combination of related education and a minimum five (5) years’ relevant work experience.
  • Progressive diversified experience in negotiating transactions pertaining to the transfer of interests in real property, including property valuation, understanding legal requirements and drafting agreements, planning for the orderly use and/or disposition of real estate interests, and real estate development, involving a broad range of commercial, residential, industrial, institutional and mixed-use properties, as well as experience in dealing with the public.
  • Working knowledge of the Ontario Municipal Act, Ontario Planning Act, Land Titles Act, Assessment Act, Environmental Assessment Act, land use, zoning, community impact, environmental controls, building codes and other relevant property management/real estate related legislation, such as the Expropriations Act and the Commercial Tenancies Act.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and demonstrated ability to deal effectively and collaboratively with elected officials, business and community stakeholders, peers, all levels of management, the media, and the general public.
  • Excellent organizational, time management and multi-tasking skills to manage, supervise and balance a number of projects simultaneously, and to meet deadlines.
  • Extensive project management experience leading multi-disciplinary teams, preferably in the area of real estate and portfolio planning, and demonstrated interpersonal and negotiating skills enabling the effective resolution of issues.
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and implementation of a variety of effective stakeholder consultation and engagement strategies.
  • A high level of skill in research and problem-solving, and experience in the field of public administration are considered assets.

 

This 24 month position offers a salary range of $86,500 to $101,000 per annum (2018 rates) and benefits, based on a 35-hour work week schedule.

Hamilton. A city of progress.

At the City of Hamilton, our vision is “to be the best place to raise a child and age successfully.” With our rich history, culturally strong and diverse communities, blend of urban and rural attractions, and ideal location in the heart of the Golden Horseshoe, Hamilton is a vibrant community of neighbours. We are also a leading employer, with many opportunities to grow and excel. We invite you to share in our vision as part of the Economic Development Division in the Planning & Economic Development Department.

For full details and to apply
If you are interested in working alongside a dedicated team that’s contributing to the well-being of Hamilton’s residents, please visit www.hamilton.ca/careers for details on this Business Development Consultant position, JOB ID #13342, and to apply online, by Saturday, January 6, 2018.

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


The City of Hamilton values the diversity of our workforce and the knowledge of our people. We thank all who have applied; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.


Business Development Consultant – Real Estate Hamilton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-06
Date Posted: 2017-12-07
Province: Ontario





Clerk II – Administrative Clerk

Clerk II – Administrative Clerk

Town of Tecumseh

The Corporation of the Town of Tecumseh is currently recruiting for a highly motivated individual to fill the position of Clerk II – Administrative Clerk in the Corporate Services Department.

Job Summary

Reporting to the Director Corporate Services & Clerk, the Clerk II – Administrative Clerk is responsible for providing administrative and clerical support to the Corporate Services Department. Responsibilities include, and may not be limited to: sorting and distribution of incoming mail and preparation of outgoing correspondence; records management; maintaining department databases; assisting in the completion of various forms and processes pertaining to vital statistics (burial permits and marriage licenses); and lottery, dog and taxi licenses; assisting in the preparation of Council and Committee meeting agendas and minutes; responding to and/or redirecting inquiries/communications; and other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Qualifications and Requirements

Qualifications include completion of Grade 12, plus a 2 year college program in Office Administration or a related discipline. Applicants must have three [3] years of responsible related experience, preferably in a municipal setting.
Knowledge of general office procedures, organizational skills to prioritize workloads in order to meet deadlines and strong verbal and written communication skills to properly communicate with the public and staff are required. Applicants must have knowledge and be proficient in the use of office equipment and in the use of Microsoft Office software applications.

Terms

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


We invite you to visit the Town’s webpage www.tecumseh.ca to obtain further information about the municipality and to view the full Job Description for the position of Clerk II - Administrative Clerk.
It is the responsibility of the applicants to ensure that their resume reaches the Human Resources Officer by the closing date, or they will not be considered.

Salary
The Town offers an hourly salary of $29.39 per hour for this position in accordance with the Collective Agreement with CUPE Local 702.2. This position is subject to a probationary period of sixty (60) days of work.


Applicants are invited to submit resumes to hr@tecumseh.ca by 4:30 pm on Friday, January 5, 2018.

All applications are appreciated; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act [MFIPPA] and will be used solely for the purpose of candidate selection.


Clerk II – Administrative Clerk Tecumseh Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-07
Province: Ontario





Technologist - Engineering

Technologist-Engineering

City of Courtenay

The City of Courtenay invites applications for the position of "Engineering Technologist" in the Development Services Department. This is a union position subject to the terms and conditions in the collective agreement between the City and CUPE Local 556.

The Engineering Technologist reviews, interprets and provides project recommendations on approval of documentation relating to the design, construction and maintenance of municipal infrastructure  and maintenance of municipal infrastructure projects related to subdivision and new development.  This position also attends construction sites to review work under construction and supports project quality assurance; using GIS, AutoCAD, MS Office and other tools to produce engineering documentation and correspondence. Reporting to the Development Engineer, this position conducts field surveys and other related field data collection; and responds to administrative and public inquiries and may also participate in corporate and/or external committees as a representative of the Department.

Minimum qualifications include:
  • Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology from a recognized educational institution, or equivalent academic training and experience
  • Eligible for membership in Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC with the designation of AScT or other equivalent eligible for Plumbing Inspectors Assoc. of BC membership
  • Sound  (3-4 years) in civil/municipal engineering field specifically related to subdivision and land development engineering service review
  • Sound experience in the use of GIS, AutoCAD and related software, and survey instruments
  • Experience supporting or acting as the Approving Officer, is considered an asset.
  • Experience and/or formal training in Project Management are considered assets
  • Thorough knowledge of civil engineering principles, terminology, practices and techniques
  • Considerable knowledge of legislated civil construction codes and regulations
  • Strong organizational, problem-solving, conflict resolution, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong office computer skills
  • Ability to deal with contractors and engineers in a professional and timely manner
  • Ability to interpret and apply City and other bylaws, policies, procedures, engineering design standards and specifications
  • Ability to work well as part of a team and independently
  • Physical ability to stand and walk frequently throughout the day; occasionally attend and inspect construction sites including climbing in and out of ditches and trenches
  • Ability to frequently work in inclement weather
  • Valid BC Class 5 Drivers License

 

The successful applicant will also be required to provide a Criminal Records Check.

This is a full-time position available immediately. The 2017 hourly wage rates, based on a 40-hour workweek, are $31.52 to start, $33.16 after 3 months, and $35.17 after 6 months. There will be a 2% increase in 2018.

Interested persons with the above qualifications should submit a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the qualifications, no later than December 26, 2017.

To submit your application, go to www.courtenay.ca/jobs

We sincerely thank all applicants – only those short-listed for interviews will be contacted.


Technologist - Engineering Courtenay British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-18
Date Posted: 2017-12-08
Province: British Columbia





Director, Office of Emergency Management

Director, Office of Emergency Management

City of Toronto

The City of Toronto’s Deputy City Manager Division is seeking a senior leader with emergency management experience and strong political acuity to direct, manage and ensure critical emergency management planning and preparation, and crisis management. If you are a results-oriented problem-solver with proven decision-making skills, this role is for you.

As Director of the Office of Emergency Management, you will provide leadership and direction on emergency management, business continuity, and emergency social services issues and activities in the City of Toronto through initiation and implementation of the corporate emergency management and business continuity programs. Providing the necessary vision and context, throughout the whole of the City of Toronto’s Public Service, you will promote a level of operational emergency preparedness in co-operation with internal and external stakeholders, emergency services, public and private sector partners,service providers, and other levels of government. Your leadership and direction will be essential in the implementation of the emergency social services (emergency human services) function during major incidents and emergencies.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Your primary responsibilities as Director, Office of Emergency Management will be varied, but you’ll be expected to:

  • Direct a comprehensive emergency management and business continuity program for the City, including risk identification, mitigating, planning, preparedness, critical infrastructure inventory, training, exercises, public education, and response and recovery.
  • Direct the coordination and implementation of the Corporation’s emergency management initiatives in conjunction with the appropriate divisional representatives from the senior executive level through to the operational level.
  • Operate effectively within a highly visible, politically and financially sensitive environment dealing with the City’s municipal risks, threats to public safety, critical infrastructure protection, and business continuity, encompassed within the emergency management program.
  • Work throughout the City of Toronto Public Service to provide corporate vision, leadership and advice on emergency management matters during both preparedness and emergency response phases, including to the City Manager, Deputy City Managers, senior cluster representatives, division heads, senior divisional representatives and program directors/managers.
  • Make recommendations for change, if and when necessary, within the overall Emergency Management Program to the Deputy City Manager, providing a vision for emerging issues on the emergency management horizon affecting the City of Toronto.
  • Provide updates and discuss corporate direction for high profile projects affecting the operational, financial and political environment of the City of Toronto, with the City Manager, Deputy City Manager, Mayor and Deputy Mayor and the Toronto Emergency Management Program Committee.
  • Provide policy direction to and lead the City of Toronto Emergency Operations Centre as the established and recognized point of authority during an emergency.  
  • Respond and provide knowledge, skills, advice and resources for the coordinated incident management of resources, personnel and incident information to the Mayor, City Manager, Deputy City Managers, division heads, senior executive staff, and members of the Toronto Emergency Management Program Committee and ABCD's during response and recovery.
  • Oversee deployment and maintenance of command post vehicle.
  • Manage and maintain an equipped and ready 24/7 corporate Emergency Operations Centre for co-ordinated, strategic management of a major emergency in Toronto.
  • Ensure 24/7 emergency stand-by coverage and operational response for major incidents and emergencies, and for the Emergency Operations Centre, providing emergency social services to residents during emergencies impacting Toronto.
  • Chair the Emergency Management Working Group, the Emergency Social Services Working Group, the Business Continuity Working Group, and provide corporate implementation of strategic directions received from the Toronto Emergency Management Program Committee.
  • Direct the development, evolution and administration of the Toronto Emergency Plan, including identified Emergency Support Functions and Risk-Specific Plans, and administer the activities of the Toronto Emergency Management Program Committee.
  • Lead the development, coordination and implementation of the Citywide Business Continuity Planning Program.
  • Oversee the City's consequence management planning to ensure coordinated emergency management and continuity of City services during major planned events; support City Special Event Planning by reviewing Emergency Action Plans required by event organizers to ensure public safety.
  • Act as a resource to other emergency management staff within the Corporation to provide a consistent corporate direction on emergency management matters.
  • Ensure municipal compliance with the provincial Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, including acting as the designated Community Emergency Management Coordinator on behalf of the City of Toronto and ensuring compliance with the Provincial Nuclear Emergency Response Plan.
  • Ensure compliance with all provincial and federal laws and municipal by-laws, overseeing regulatory compliance, including adhering to the Toronto Emergency Plan and the Toronto Emergency Management Program Committee, as well as overseeing hazard identification and risk assessment, training and education, nuclear planning, emergency exercises and the identification of critical infrastructure.
  • Foster external partnerships to assist with emergency response, negotiating responsibilities with external service providers to build capacity for emergency response within the City of Toronto.
  • Provide ongoing emergency management leadership, advice and guidance through liaison with private and business sector partners, the public, and other levels of government in operationalizing the provisions of the Toronto Emergency Plan in their respective areas.
  • Develop, design and implement functional policies and programs that make major changes in overall business performance based on long-term needs.
  • Contributes to the continuous improvement of divisional performance through analysis, and the development and implementation of sound management practices and procedures; provide program management staff with direction and guidance, processes and tools to increase efficiencies and improve effectiveness of the services provided by this section.
  • Direct, through subordinate management staff, all activities of the section, delegating management responsibility.
  • Lead and motivate a diverse workforce, including ensuring effective teamwork, providing resolution to controversial labour relations issues, ensuring high standards of work quality,  organizational performance, and continuous learning, and encouraging innovation in others.
  • Develop, recommend and administer the annual budget for the section, and ensure that the section’s expenditures are controlled and maintained within approved budget limitations.
  • Write reports for Standing Committees/Council from the City Manager and Deputy City Manager.
  • Chair, facilitate and/or participate in the activities of a variety of established emergency management committees and working groups to meet corporate responsibilities (e.g., chair City Pandemic Planning Committee).
KEY QUALIFICATIONS

The candidate we seek for the role of Director, Office of Emergency Management will have the following key qualifications:

  1. Extensive senior level management experience gained through progressively more responsible positions in emergency management with key focus areas of mitigation, preparedness, response, business continuity planning and incident management. 
  2. Considerable experience providing leadership in managing dynamic critical emergency events, including managing an Emergency Operation Centre and delivery of Emergency Social Services, along with the ability to make decisions quickly and decisively, often with limited information.
  3. Post-secondary education in a discipline pertinent to the job function (i.e., Emergency Management, Public Administration, Business Continuity, etc.), combined with relevant management experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  4. Engaged leader who promotes teamwork, and establishes an environment that supports equity and diversity, as well as customer service excellence.
  5. Effective decision-making skills along with a track record demonstrating accountability, innovation and results-oriented leadership. 
  6. Excellent strategic, lateral-thinking, planning, analytical, and problem-solving skills, with the capacity to effectively plan, develop and implement policies, and undertake special projects.
  7. Excellent political acuity, demonstrated through experience in a complex political environment with direct involvement in political liaison.
  8. Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to negotiate, problem-solve and resolve conflict.
  9. Ability to establish effective working relationships with all stakeholders, employees, divisions, outside agencies and/or politicians, and other levels of government; and to build effective relationships within a large, diverse, multidisciplinary environment.
  10. Ability to lead change within a complex organization while managing diverse stakeholder's needs and interests.
  11. Knowledge of relevant provincial and federal legislation with respect to emergency management, including the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act, as well as applicable legislation in the area of employee and labour relations, and occupational health and safety.

Salary range: $145,672.80 - $171,152.80 per year

Work for the City you love

Toronto is Canada’s largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. Consistently ranked one of the world’s most livable cities, we are a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture. Join the award-winning Toronto Public Service as Director, Office of Emergency Management within our Office of the Deputy City Manager Division.

How to Apply:
For more information on this and other opportunities with the City of Toronto, visit us online at www.toronto.ca/jobs. To apply online, submit your resume, quoting File #2293024 X, by December 22, 2017.

Please note that all applicants are encouraged to provide a valid email address for communication purposes. Applicants may receive written correspondence regarding this job posting directly to the email address provided on their resume or to the one used to set up their Candidate Profile if applying on TalentFlow. As an applicant, it is your responsibility to ensure that you check your email regularly.

The City of Toronto is committed to fostering a positive and progressive workforce reflecting the citizens we serve. We provide equitable treatment and accommodation to ensure barrier-free employment in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the City of Toronto's Accommodation Policy. You can request for accommodation related to the protected grounds at any stage of the City's hiring process, i.e., application, screening, assessment and placement.


If you are invited to participate in the assessment process, we ask that you provide your accommodation needs in advance at that time. Please be advised that you may be requested to provide medical/other documentation to Human Resources to ensure that appropriate accommodation is provided to you throughout the hiring process.


Director, Office of Emergency Management Toronto Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-12-22
Date Posted: 2017-12-08
Province: Ontario





Manager of Legislative Services/City Clerk

Manager of Legislative Services/City Clerk

City of Port Colborne

The City of Port Colborne, located on the south coast of the scenic Niagara region, Niagara’s Port of Call has found the perfect balance – successful industrial and commercial sectors, comfortable and scenic residential areas, white sand beaches, unique culinary choices, the world class Sugarloaf Marina, fishing, golfing, trails, shopping districts along the historic Welland Canal and an energized festival and entertainment scene that includes live theatre – truly a community that adds to the overall Niagara Experience. A great place to work and raise a family!

Due to an internal promotion the City of Port Colborne is seeking an experienced professional, with knowledge, skills and ability to provide the statutory duties and responsibilities of the City’s Manager of Legislative Services/City Clerk.     

This dynamic individual will be responsible for managing and providing leadership to the Legislative Services/Clerk's Division and for undertaking technical, legal, and managerial functions for the City.  Oversees the general operation of the Division, including the delivery of vital statistics, business and lottery licensing, records management, legislative functions, and managing associated projects.  Performs the statutory duties of the Clerk set out under a wide variety of legislation, including, but not limited to, the Municipal Act, Planning Act, Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Vital Statistics Act, Drainage Act, Marriage Act, Municipal Elections Act.  Performs complex professional administrative work while facilitating the direction and coordination of City operations, and the conduct of City business, as it relates to legislated municipal responsibilities.  Provides a broad range of advice and clarity concerning legislative and governance matters.  Oversees the delivery of legislative services, including the preparation of agendas, and the recording and maintenance of the official actions of Council.  Makes recommendations and provides procedural and policy advice to City Council, the Chief Administrative Officer, Department Directors, senior managers, and citizens, in an objective and impartial manner.  Conducts research and prepares resolutions, by-laws, reports, policies and procedures.  Responsible for overseeing the operation of the City’s corporate records management system and archival functions.  Serves as the City’s Returning Officer and oversees all functions related to municipal elections and referenda.  Responsible for promoting an open and transparent political process and supporting adherence to the principles of accountability and transparency within the Corporation.

The preferred candidate will have a master’s degree in public administration, political science, business administration or related disciple, Certified Municipal Officer or equivalent professional designation, including ten years of experience within a municipal clerk’s environment and six years of management experience.  At a minimum you have a University Degree in one of the above disciplines, professional designation and five years’ experience within a municipal clerk’s environment and three years of management experience.  You must have a broad knowledge of municipal administration, parliamentary procedure, municipal elections, licensing and corporate records/information management.  Working knowledge of the Municipal Act, 2001, Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and any other applicable statutes and regulations.  Your excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, problem solving, time management, project management, and customer service skills will make you an ideal candidate for this positon.  The Manager of Legislative Services/City Clerk serves as Community Emergency Management Coordinator for the City and its Emergency Operations Centre and therefore preference will be given to candidates who have Incident Management System 100, 200 and 300 training. 

 

The salary range for this position is $92,255 - $103,831.  The City also offers a competitive pension and benefit package.  For a complete copy of the job description please visit www.portcolborne.ca/page/employment_opportunities  

To confidentially explore this exciting and challenging opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter by 12 noon on January 2nd, 2018.

City of Port Colborne, 66 Charlotte Street,
Port Colborne, Ontario L3K 3C8
or by e-mail to: careers@portcolborne.ca
or by fax to: 905-835-2969

We thank all those who apply, but advise that only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. The City of Port Colborne is an equal opportunity employer.  Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. If contacted for an interview, please advise the Human Resources staff of any measures you feel you need to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 (S.O. 2001, c.25) and will be used to select a candidate.

Manager of Legislative Services/City Clerk Port Colborne Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-02
Date Posted: 2017-12-08
Province: Ontario





Records and Information Management Coordinator

Records and Information Management Coordinator

County of Grande Prairie

Legislative Services department – Corporate Services division

Salary:   $59,649 to $76,374 per year plus a comprehensive benefits package
Schedule: =35 hours/week, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. with some overtime
Position Type:  Salaried, non-management
Closing Date: December 15, 2017 @ 8:30 a.m. or until a suitable candidate is found

We are seeing an individual with superior organizational, analytical, research, problem solving, and decision-making skills to join the Legislative Services department as our Records and Information Management Coordinator.

Reporting to the Legislative Services Manager, our successful candidate will be responsible for leading a comprehensive Records and Information Management (RIM) program, responding to all Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP), and environmental site inquiries for the County of Grande Prairie.

Responsibilities include; but are not limited to:
  • Providing advice and recommendations related to records management;
  • Development, implementation, and maintenance of policies and procedures as they relate to records management;
  • Staying up-to-date on all legislation, best practices, and industry standards relating to records management and FOIP;
  • Training and developing County staff on records management and FOIP related items;
  • Responding to FOIP requests and environmental site inquiries;
  • All other duties as laid out in the job description, which can be found with the job posting on the County of Grande Prairie website.
Our ideal candidate will possess:
  • Records and Information Management (or a related field) diploma;
  • Minimum of 3 (three) years’ experience working at an intermediate to advanced level in records management;
  • Certification in records management such as AIIM Electronic Records Management or similar;
  • Managing a FOIP Program certification;
  • Having accreditation as a Certified Records Manager (CRM), Information Governance Professional (IGP), Certified Information Professional (CIP, or other Rim certification, would be considered an asset);
  • SharePoint experience, an asset;
  • Knowledge of records and information management practices and industry standards;
  • Knowledge of FOIP legislation and guidelines;
  • ARMA standards and recommendations;
  • ISO (International Standards Organization) standards for records management;
  • Advanced computer skills, including the ability to troubleshoot software issues;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication, including presentation, skills;
  • A high degree of accuracy and consistency when preparing material.

 

For more information, or to apply, please visit the Job Opportunities page on the County of Grande Prairie website at www.countygp.ab.ca.


Records and Information Management Coordinator County of Grande Prairie Alberta

Expiry Date: 2017-12-21
Date Posted: 2017-12-11
Province: Alberta





Technologist III, Street Light

Technologist III, Street Light

City of Brampton

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Reporting to the Coordinator, Street Lighting this position is responsible to provide contract administration for the maintenance of all street lights within the City of Brampton and for all in-house capital projects; ensuring work performed by contractors, designs and standards adhere to service standards and regulations.

  • Administer the street light maintenance contract program, including minimum maintenance requirements, stray voltage, relamping and pole inspection and/or replacement.
  • Oversee the work performed by contractors; ensuring issues are discussed and resolved.
  • Prepare and issue payment certificates and associated documents for work completed by contractors; ensuring work is completed within budget
  • Oversee the work order management system as it relates to work assigned to contractors and various staff.
  • Oversee all in-house capital projects, including street lighting and intersection modifications; ensuring consultant designs, civil layouts and regulatory documentation meet applicable standards and legislation.
  • In consultation with Purchasing determine tendering schedule and prepare pre-qualification Requests for Proposals and maintenance contracts for tender.
  • Liaises with street lighting consultants and contractors to discuss project status and address and resolve design issues.
  • Assist the Street Light Coordinator with peer review and capital design meetings to determine scope of project work.
  • Review and modify street light designs and standards to correspond with pole and fixture types used within the City of Brampton; ensuring changes are in compliance with the Electrical Safety Authority and utility companies.
  • Review and verify various drawings prepared by the Technologist I and II to ensure information is correct prior to moving to production; addressing deficiencies where required.
  • Assist with the preparation of current and capital budgets for the Street Light Section by providing recommendations for future capital expenditures and estimating consultant and capital costs to complete projects.
  • Investigate and respond to internal and external inquiries related to street lighting; ensuring customer service standards are adhered to.
  • Assist with the research, testing and measuring of new street light technology.
  • Additional similar and related duties as assigned.
SELECTION CRITERIA:
  • High School (Grade 12) graduation plus an additional program of over two (2) years and up to three (3) years in Electrical Engineering Technology or equivalent.
  • Over four (4) years, up to and including eight (8) years’ experience in street light design and implementation, administering and monitoring maintenance contracts and directing contractors and consultants.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and additional related software programs.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills with an emphasis on customer service.
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team.

 

**Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.

TO APPLY: Please apply online, quoting file number: 102736 by January 4, 2018 at: www.brampton.ca/employment or via www.workopolis.com and search for key words City of Brampton. If you require assistance with the application process, please contact us directly. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview with be contacted. The successful candidate(s) will be required, as a condition of employment, to execute a written employment agreement. We are dedicated to equal opportunity.

The City is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments.  If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Division of any accommodations needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process. Any information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially. 

Technologist III, Street Light Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-04
Date Posted: 2017-12-11
Province: Ontario





GIS Technician – Information Processor

GIS Technician – Information Processor

City of Vaughan

CITIZENS FIRST THROUGH SERVICE EXCELLENCE

We have an exciting Temporary Unionized opportunity in the Infrastructure Delivery Department for an experienced and motivated individual

 (1 Year Contract)
(JOB # J1117-0921)

As one of Southern Ontario’s fastest growing cities, with its mix of urban and rural areas, Vaughan is an in-demand place to live and work. Vaughan is considered one of Canada’s most family friendly cities with a dynamic and diverse population of over 300,000.  With one of the top performing economies, a growing tourism industry and an enviable portfolio of recreational and cultural venues, this is the place where you want to be.

Responsible for GIS and related computer support for the Infrastructure Delivery Department. Researches, designs and maintains departmental data models, standards, data flows, databases, databases structures, etc.; performs and writes ad hoc and custom queries using Structured Query Language (SQL); modifies and customizes GIS application software; performs data quality control checks; provides end user computer support; assists with report formats and generation of hardcopy map products.

Qualifications and experience:
  • Community College Diploma in Geographic Information Systems or suitable equivalent.
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in the use of Geographic Information Systems
    Software and associated hardware, including one (1) years’ experience in the use of
    relational database technology (Oracle or Microsoft Access preferred).
  • Ability to create models in Feature Manipulation Engine (FME)
  • Ability to write and understand structured programs using HTML, Java Script or Visual
    Basic.
  • Ability to read and understand engineering drawings, legal plans and other department
    related documents.
  • Ability to deal effectively and courteously with the public, staff and Council.
  • Possess an Ontario Valid class G driver’s license, in good standing
  • Reliable vehicle to use on corporate business.

 

If you are an energetic person who is interested in bringing your knowledge and passion to the City of Vaughan, please click here to apply online by Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

Please note that only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

The City of Vaughan is committed to diversity and inclusivity in employment and welcomes applications from qualified individuals of diverse backgrounds. The City of Vaughan is also committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

GIS Technician – Information Processor Vaughan Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-02
Date Posted: 2017-12-12
Province: Ontario





Manager of Public Works

Manager of Public Works

City of Thorold

 

The City of Thorold, located in the Niagara Region, has an opening for a Manager of Public Works.  Reporting to the Director of Public Works & Community Services this position is responsible for the planning and execution of the maintenance, rehabilitation and replacement of existing municipal infrastructure and efficient delivery of water, stormwater and wastewater systems and services.  This position works closely with the Development and Engineering Services Department to ensure an integrated municipal approach while achieving a high level of customer service.

 

The City of Thorold invites you to submit your resume if you have:
  • A degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering or equivalent.Consideration will be given to candidates with an advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology;
  • A minimum of 7 years experience in a diverse public works environment;
  • Extensive experience with all aspects of infrastructure design, construction, replacement and maintenance;
  • Extensive experience with all aspects of Ontario’s Drinking Water Quality Management Standard;
  • Registered as a P. Eng. with Professional Engineers Ontario/registration as C.E.T. with Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists.
  • Excellent interpersonal, project/time management, analytical, communication and supervisory skills to represent the Corporation and build strong relationships both internally and externally.

 

The salary rate for this position is $75,966.81 to $89,372.72 and includes a comprehensive benefit package. A job description for this position is available on the City’s website at www.thorold.com. No Phone Calls Please.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their detailed resume to Donna Delvecchio, City Clerk at clerk@thorold.com no later than Wednesday, January 3, 2018. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. 

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the City will provide accommodation to applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process.  If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require.


Information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for employment assessment purposes.

Click Here for complete job description


Manager of Public Works Thorold Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-03
Date Posted: 2017-12-12
Province: Ontario





Communications Officer / Sustainability Coordinator

Communications Officer / Sustainability Coordinator

City of Brooks

The City of Brooks is one of fastest growing communities in Alberta with a multi-cultural flavor unique to other municipalities in Alberta boasting a population of 14,451.

The City of Brooks has an immediate opening for the full-time permanent position of Communications Officer / Sustainability Coordinator in the Shared Services Department.

Job Details & Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Manager of Administration, this position is responsible for providing strategic advice on the delivery of corporate communications by providing media and public/community relations, internal, external and electronic communications, creative services and crisis/emergency communications. You will also provide assistance to the Economic Development Team and attend related meetings with various government, community and business groups.  

In addition, you will be responsible for the facilitation and development of municipal sustainability programs and initiatives including the planning, coordination, development and delivery of learning resources, outreach programs and events at the community level.

Requirements:
  • You must have completed the twelfth (12th) school grade, preferably supplemented by the completion of a Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, social sciences, administration, arts or a related field from a recognized post-secondary institution.
  • A minimum of one (1) to three (3) years of related experience in communications, public relations, marketing, community development, project coordination, or municipal sustainability planning would be a definite asset. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • You will also possess exceptional reading, writing, editing, proofreading, presentation and event planning skills. Knowledge or experience in graphic design, desktop publishing, word processing, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign and presentation software applications is an asset.
  • To be considered for the position, a valid Class 5 Driver’s License is required.
  • A clean criminal records check will be required before an offer of employment is presented. 

Please submit your cover letter and resume to the address below:

Human Resources
City of Brooks
201 - 1st Avenue West, Box 879, Brooks, AB T1R 1B7
Bus: (403) 362-3333 Fax: (403) 501-0090
Email: hr@brooks.ca

Compensation & Benefits:

The City of Brooks offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package for this position.

This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is chosen. The City of Brooks thanks all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The City of Brooks is an equal opportunity employer.


Communications Officer / Sustainability Coordinator Brooks Alberta

Expiry Date: 2017-12-22
Date Posted: 2017-12-12
Province: Alberta





Director of Recreation and Facilities

Director of Recreation and Facilities

City of Merritt

A great career opportunity!

The City of Merritt is looking for an energetic, dedicated individual to fill the role of Director of Recreation and Facilities on our senior management leadership team.  The team’s role is to effectively lead the continuous organizational and process improvement that is part of success in governance and administration.

Merritt is located in the Nicola Valley in South Central British Columbia adjacent to major transportation routes. Forestry, agriculture and tourism are major economic drivers.  Major improvements in hydro-electric supply and connectivity have enhanced opportunities for industrial and manufacturing growth.

This position reports to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).  The Director will shepherd a vital and diverse portfolio of recreation services workers and direct the maintenance of existing buildings and construction of new facilities. The incumbent will advise the CAO, the Council and senior staff on issues and trends in recreation and recreation programming, and ensure facilities are functioning and up-to-date.

We are looking for a natural leader who:
  • has demonstrated integrity, ethics, confidentiality and professionalism in their work in thepublic and political environment
  • is engaging and comfortable working with the public, fellow staff and council
  • is a creative and strategic thinker who applies forethought in all decision-making processes
  • enjoys the detail work of municipal administration, but doesn’t get mired in it
  • and most importantly . . . has the drive to lead others to succeed!
Qualifications and Experience
  • A bachelor’s degree in recreation management or a directly related field
  • A solid understanding of municipal recreation services, pool and arena operations, recreation and cultural programming and labour relations in a union environment
  • Five years of progressively responsible municipal service with at least two years of directly relevant experience
  • Experience liaising with community groups, cultural organizations and sports groups
  • Completion of a Local Government Administration education program is desirable
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated technical competence

 

The City offers a competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package for this senior management position. 

Applications will be reviewed commencing January 2, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled. 

Please forward resume, cover letter & requests for information to:

Shawn Boven, Chief Administrative Officer
sboven@merritt.ca 
250-378-8613


Director of Recreation and Facilities Merritt British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-12-22
Date Posted: 2017-12-12
Province: British Columbia





Building Inspector

Building Inspector

City of Brampton

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Reporting to the Manager, Inspections this position performs building inspections to ensure construction and installations meet all referenced standards set by the Ontario Building Code as well as plans, specifications, documents and applicable laws and by-laws.

  • Performs detailed and comprehensive inspection of buildings and/or sites to ensure that construction is in accordance with the Ontario Building Code, plans, specifications and documents.
  • Identifies reports and/or tests required by professional engineers (geotechnical, structural, mechanical, fire protection) and architects, to ensure they are received at the relevant stages of construction and correctness and remedial measures are taken where reports and/or construction is deficient.
  • Liaises with homeowners, contractors, trades and professional designers through the construction process to ensure that required inspections are undertaken and that any violations of the Code are corrected.
  • Requests information and/or additional documentation from manufacturers and testing agencies for verification and ruling, to resolve uncertainty with new products or systems as it relates to intended performance, Building Code requirements and suitable site condition application.
  • Provides assistance to homeowners and professionals who require clarification and understanding of the purpose and intent of the Ontario Building Code as it applies to interpretation, compliance methods, and current updates.
  • Liaise with plans examiners to resolve design and construction issues related to the Ontario Building Code.
  • Respond to Occurrence Reports generated by public inquiry or initiated by Police and/or Fire Services reports, By-law Enforcement or internally.
  • Investigate fire damage and building impact/failure accidents to determine requirement for a building permit or unsafe condition.
  • Maintains accurate and comprehensive inspection and investigation records
  • Issues Orders to Comply, Stop Work Orders, and Orders to Uncover, Orders Not to Cover as a result of site investigations and in accordance with the legislative process.
  • Prepares documentation for the purposes of prosecution and testifies in court as required.
  • Provides comment and input into the development of technical policies and procedures as required.
  • Maintains current knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and all standards referenced therein and s
  • Performs additional similar and related duties as assigned.
SELECTION CRITERIA:
  • High school (Grade 12) graduation plus an additional program of over two and up to three years in Civil Engineering Technology, Architectural Technology or equivalent
  • Over four years, up to and including eight year of experience in building construction or design process.
  • Within six (6) months from date of hire, successful completion of the following Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing Provincial qualification examinations:
    • Legal Processes
    • House
    • Small Buildings
  • Within 12 months from date of hire, successful completion of the following Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing Provincial qualification examinations:
    • Large Buildings
    • Building Structural
    • Building Services
    • Complex Buildings
  • Non-probationary valid Ontario Class G driver’s licence.
  • Sound judgment; good decision making and analytical skills.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and additional related software.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills with an emphasis on customer service.
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team.

 

**Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.

TO APPLY: Please apply online, quoting file number: 102719 by January 7, 2018 at: www.brampton.ca/employment or via www.workopolis.com and search for key words City of Brampton. If you require assistance with the application process, please contact us directly. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview with be contacted. The successful candidate(s) will be required, as a condition of employment, to execute a written employment agreement. We are dedicated to equal opportunity.

The City is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments.  If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Division of any accommodations needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process. Any information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially. 

Building Inspector Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-07
Date Posted: 2017-12-13
Province: Ontario





Supervisor, Plans & Permits

Supervisor, Plans & Permits

City of Brampton

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Under the direction of the Manager, Plans & Permits, responsible for the supervision of Plans Examiners; monitors the plans examination program to ensure proper and consistent application of technical standards and divisional standard practices; makes recommendations for improvements in procedures, methods and policies.

  • Responsible for the day-to-day implementation of procedures, policies and regulations for building plans
  • review process.
  • Provides guidance to and leads plans examiners in the implementation of their duties.
  • Plans, prioritizes, assigns projects to plans examination staff based on qualifications and experience.
  • Conducts periodic evaluations of plans examiners’ review of permit applications and drawings for completeness, technical accuracy and ensures consistent quality standards are upheld.
  • Responsible for the training of new plans examiners.
  • Monitors the plans examination tracking (AMANDA) program.
  • Prepares reports and summaries for complex projects and projects with technical or regulatory issues.
  • Interacts with designers, contractors, homeowners, internal and external agencies (Public Works, Development Engineering, Planning, Fire Department, Region of Peel – Public Works, Conservation Authorities, etc.).
  • Responds to enquiries regarding the time frames with respect to the issuance of permits.
  • Advises the public and professionals with respect to the building code, building code interpretations, by-laws, development review process and other related enquiries.
  • Responds to enquiries related to Plans Examiners’ code interpretations for permit submission.
  • Participates in the recruitment process for Plans Examiners and provides input.
  • Assists Manager of Plans and Permits in the preparation and maintenance of standard practices.
  • Maintains and updates current knowledge, skills and professional certification to meet organizational and provincial standards.
SELECTION CRITERIA:
  • Degree in Engineering or Architecture or Diploma in Engineering or Architectural Technology.
  • Successful completion of the provincial qualification programme in the following categories: Legal Processes, Small Buildings, Large Buildings, Building Structural, Complex Buildings and Building Services.  Working towards completion of Plumbing – All Buildings.
  • Minimum of 5 years in a building code enforcement capacity or related construction regulatory environment.
  • Managerial/supervisory experience in a related field is preferred.  Proven ability to work effectively with staff in a team environment.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office applications.
  • Demonstrated excellent public relations and customer service skills.
  • Strong communication (written and verbal) and report writing skills.
  • Demonstrated influencing and issue resolution abilities.
  • Strong time management skills including ability to effectively manage priorities in a dynamic environment.
  • Good performance and work record.

 

** Various tests and/or exams may be administered as part of the selection criteria.

TO APPLY: Please apply online, quoting file number: 102759 by January 7, 2018 at: www.brampton.ca/employment or via www.workopolis.com and search for key words City of Brampton. If you require assistance with the application process, please contact us directly. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview with be contacted. We are dedicated to equal opportunity.

The City is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments.  If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise the Human Resources Division of any accommodations needed to ensure you have access to a fair and equitable process. Any information received relating to accommodation will be addressed confidentially. 

Supervisor, Plans & Permits Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-07
Date Posted: 2017-12-13
Province: Ontario





Clerk-Treasurer

Clerk-Treasurer

Township of Pickle Lake

The Township of Pickle Lake is seeking a candidate for the position of Municipal Clerk-Treasurer. We require a results oriented professional who is committed to teamwork, excels in tax collection, accounting procedures and other legislated responsibilities of the office. Reporting to the Council for The Township of Pickle Lake, the Clerk-Treasurer is an integral part of the Township’s Management Team.

The Clerk-Treasurer carries out a broad range of legislative responsibilities; administers and oversees all municipal financ-es; recommends long-term strategies for the financial management of the municipality; provides monetary and budgetary advice to Council; in conjunction with the senior management team, prepares the annual budget for presentation to Council; calculates tax rates; applies all relevant policies and procedures to the overall management of the municipality’s finances. As well, the incumbent will prepare and implement annual business plans, manage the Municipality's Human Resources, administer all Council Meetings, liaise with other Levels of Government, prepare various Reports and carry out or oversee other functions of the Office.

The preferred candidate should have:

• Experience conducting municipal elections,
• Post secondary education (Diploma/Degree) in accounting, financial or business management, administration,
• A solid understanding of municipal taxation and assessment legislation,
• Municipal finance and capital/operating budget experience,
• Familiarity with Economic Development procedures, principles and funding sources,
• Highly proficient computer skills including municipal related software,
• Capital Asset Management accounting experience an asset,
• Payroll administration and general ledger analysis experience an asset,
• Recognized Certification/Accreditation in senior municipal administration, such as from AMCTO, will be preferred,
• Strong communication skills, both spoken and written, combined with superior organizational/analytical skills.
Criminal record check is required

Salary range is dependent upon qualifications and experience and includes a competitive benefit package.
Confidential resumes will be accepted until January 31, 2018 at 5:00 pm, by mail, fax or email as a PDF attachment. No phone calls will be accepted. Please clearly indicate the competition number on your correspondence.
We thank all applicants. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Submit resume to:
Township of Pickle Lake
2 Anne Street, PO Box 340
Pickle Lake, ON P0V 3A0
Email: reception@picklelake.org
Fax: 807-928-2708


Personal Information collected for this competition will be used solely to determine the eligibility for employment and handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information And Protection of Privacy Act. As per the Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities Act, applicants with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Please visit our website at www.picklelake.org for more details on our Accessibility and Accommodation Policy.

Clerk-Treasurer Pickle Lake Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-13
Date Posted: 2017-12-13
Province: Ontario





Senior Financial Analyst

Senior Financial Analyst

County of Haldimand

$65,468 - $73,642 / annum

Haldimand County is a single tier municipality with a population of 45,000.  Its diverse urban and rural communities offer an outstanding quality of life, affordable housing, access to downtown Toronto in 1.5 hrs or NOTL or Buffalo within 1hr.  Situated along 55km of Lake Erie shoreline and the renowned Grand River, Haldimand County also provides a picturesque setting for many outdoor recreational pursuits.

Position Function:
  • provide, develop, and monitor effective, efficient and timely financial reports / information for use by Management, Staff and Council.
  • act as team leader for non-supervisory staff by providing work guidance / training on an as required basis; schedule / coordinate and assign the work of others regarding financial processes, budget preparation/analysis and financial reporting activities;
  •  assist in establishing procedures and monitoring systems to ensure accurate and timely financial processes, development of budgets and financial reporting;
  • assist in the preparation of journal entries, account analysis, reconciliation and working papers;
Required:
  •  Community College graduation in a related field (accounting / business administration)
  • Enrolment in a recognized accounting program leading to a professional accounting designation would be considered an asset.
  • Five years or more current related experience, including supervisory experience preferably in a municipal environment (additional specialty training may be a part of this experience)

Or equivalent to that combination

Knowledge and Skills required:
  • Good understanding of municipal government, its operations and services, specifically finance principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of relevant Acts and Legislation governing the financial operations of municipal government.
  • Sound technical knowledge relative to accountabilities.
  • Demonstrated project management and organizational skills.

Please visit the Haldimand County website www.haldimandcounty.on.ca. for the full details on this position.

Applications will be accepted until January 5, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.

45 Munsee Street North, P.O. Box 400,
Cayuga, Ontario   N0A lE0
or by e-mail: careers@haldimandcounty.on.ca

Personal information gathered will be used for this recruiting effort only.  Only those to be interviewed will be contacted.  Haldimand County is an equal opportunity employer.

 


Senior Financial Analyst Haldimand County Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-13
Province: Ontario





Deputy Fire Chief

Deputy Fire Chief

Town of Amherstburg

Reporting to the Fire Chief, the Deputy Fire Chief is responsible for the planning, organizing, coordinating and directing all fire suppression operations. The Deputy Fire Chief oversees full time and volunteer paid on-call firefighters as well as training programs, and fire related emergency services and support programs for the Town of Amherstburg. In the absence of the Fire Chief, the Deputy Fire Chief will be required to assume the duties of the Fire Chief and may be required to act as the Community Emergency Management Coordinator (CEMC).

The successful candidate will possess an undergraduate degree in Fire Services Management or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A Community Emergency Management Coordinator (CEMC) designation is required, or is required to be completed within the first year of employment. A minimum of 10 years’ experience in firefighting operations as an officer of a fire department with experience in emergency planning, scheduling, policy development, supervising and training of staff, and budget development.

Must possess a valid class G driver’s licence with a satisfactory driving record, and must be on call for emergency situations. A valid class DZ driver’s licence will be considered an asset.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume no later than January 5, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. to:

The Corporation of the Town of Amherstburg
Human Resources Department                                 
Email:  resumes@amherstburg.ca
271 Sandwich St. S.                                                    
Fax:  519-736-5403
Amherstburg, ON  N9V 2A5

For a complete job description, visit the Town of Amherstburg website:  www.amherstburg.ca/jobs

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O 2001, and will be used only for the purpose of determining eligibility for employment.


Deputy Fire Chief Amherstburg Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-13
Province: Ontario





Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Village of Marwayne

The Village of Marwayne is accepting applications for CAO. Reporting to Council, the successful applicant will be responsible for managing the day-to-day affairs of the community which includes all finances, legislation, policies, bylaws, planning, development, and human resource management.  Provide the leadership skills required to lead staff and play a key role with Council in updating and executing a strategic vision that meets both current and future needs of the community.

The successful candidate should possess the following skills:
  • Effective interpersonal skills in dealing with staff, public and Council under all types of conditions.  Maintain a positive and supportive approach.
  • Ability to work cooperatively, support, coach and develop staff in a positive team environment and share work expertise and knowledge.
  • Ability to prioritize activities to best meet the needs of the Village.  A high degree of personal initiative with good planning and organizational skills.
  • An understanding of Municipal Government Legislation, grant funding opportunities, business planning, municipal bookkeeping and budget procedures, and capital project management.
  • The demonstrated ability to communicate and deal effectively with the public, to work collaboratively with council and staff and to build partnerships within the Village and surround municipalities while effectively representing the interest of the community.
  • Experience in local government together with post-secondary education in a related discipline and/or certification in local government management.  An equivalent combination of experience and/or education from other sectors will also be considered.
  • Experience in strategic planning, organizational development and achieving results in building team relations.

If this opportunity is of interest to you, please forward in confidence: a completed application including a full resume with salary expectations by January 21, 2018 or until a suitable candidate is found.  Any questions regarding this opportunity may be directed to the current or interim CAO at 780-847-3962 or cao.marwayne@mcsnet.ca

Applications are preferred by email forwarded to: cao.marwayne@mcsnet.ca    

Check out our website www.marwayne.ca  Marwayne is in one of the best farming and ranching districts in Western Canada. Marwayne's slogan "Life from all Angles” plays off our unique street configuration and acknowledges the history of our community. While Marwayne has retained its rural, small-town atmosphere, it fosters a modern business culture in an oil, gas, and agriculture rich region, a region that is open for business 24 hours a day. Choosing our community means you are choosing the Marwayne advantage: a lifestyle that embraces everything needed for a rich and fun-filled life that balances community, family, business and play. We invite you to visit our community and personally experience Marwayne's angles.


Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Marwayne Alberta

Expiry Date: 2017-12-24
Date Posted: 2017-12-14
Province: Alberta





Administrator – Long Term Care

Administrator – Long Term Care

County of Simcoe

Employment Status: Permanent Full-Time
Reference Code: 17-EXT-02-633

Closing Date: January 19, 2018
Location: Sunset Manor – Collingwood, ON

Position Summary

The Administrator will provide leadership in the daily operations of the facility to ensure an outstanding level of resident care is maintained and enhanced on a continuous basis. Develop and implement long-term operational plans to ensure all aspects of service delivery are provided in a coordinated and cost effective manner. In collaboration with the Home’s management team, Long Term Care programs, other service providers, and community and government agencies, the employee will promote client-centred care premised on choice and dignity offered in a home-like environment. As a valued member of Long Term Care and Seniors Services, the Administrator demonstrates a commitment to Resident Safety by providing quality care in accordance with the organization’s mission and vision.

Position Requirements
  1. Highly developed knowledge and skills in senior management and health care principles obtained through a certificate in Long Term Care Administration or Management, coupled preferably with a health related degree/diploma.
  2. A minimum of seven (7) years’ experience in progressively responsible related positions, preferably in a long-term care setting.
  3. A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a senior management position.
  4. Experience in the leadership and supervision of staff and the administration of employment policies and collective agreements.
  5. Excellent leadership and supervisory skills and ability to interpret and apply employment policies and collective agreements.
  6. Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills.
  7. Highly developed planning and organizational skills.
  8. Highly developed time management and multi-tasking skills.
  9. Criminal Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening that is less than six (6) months old at time of hire.
  10. As a condition of employment, candidates are required to submit documented results of a TB test, as per Public Health requirements.

 

Compensation : $117 349 - $140 813 per annum

To Apply

View the complete job description and submit your application online at www.simcoe.ca/jobs

The County of Simcoe thanks all applicants for their interest in this opportunity, but please note that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please.

Personal information provided is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act (2001) and will be used to determine eligibility for employment. The Corporation of the County of Simcoe is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and will provide employment accommodation upon request.

Administrator – Long Term Care Simcoe Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-14
Date Posted: 2017-12-14
Province: Ontario





Leader - Customer Experience

Leader - Customer Experience

Town of Innisfil

In all we do, we have the freedom to be our best self, belong, excel….

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to lead a talented customer service team and work as a cross functional corporate leader in the evolution of customer service delivery? If so, we want to hear from you!!

Aligning with our corporate strategic plan to ‘lead and manage’ and support the community strategic plan of ‘grow, connect, sustain’, in this role you will be able to collaboratively contribute to enhancing customer service delivery, improve coordination, and improve processes and corporate performance. As well, you will have the opportunity to ‘excel’- with the freedom to succeed, leveraging your bold, fearless enthusiasm which will empower you to take risks, to
innovate and to grow your team personally and professionally!

As Leader - Customer Experience, you will provide leadership to an engaged, motivated and empowered team; manage a strategic plan for the continued evolution of the department, and drive and measure performance. You will engage as a corporate business leader in other areas
of the organization and offer your skills to help the Town deliver excellence in service, in many facets, to our community.

We are seeking a driven self-starter who thrives in an environment of innovation, crossfunctional collaboration, and someone who wants to make a meaningful contribution to our corporation and community. You hold a post-secondary degree or diploma in Business Administration or a related field. You have a minimum of five (5) years of leadership experience, with a track record of achieving favourable results. Class G Driver’s License in good standing
and reliable vehicle to use on corporate business is required. Ability and availability to attend evening and/or weekend meetings or other events; and to respond to major emergencies as required.

To learn more about the Town of Innisfil and to apply, please visit www.innisfil.ca/employment.
Closing date is January 5, 2018.

To apply to this position, submit your application online though our applicant tracking system. In the event you require an alternate method of submitting your application, please contact the Town’s People & Talent team by calling 705-436-3710.
We thank all applicants and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Personal information will be used to determine eligibility for potential employment and is pursuant to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Accommodations for persons with disabilities will be provided, on request, to support candidate participation in all aspects of the recruitment process. To request accommodation, please contact People & Talent.

Leader - Customer Experience Innisfil Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Ontario





Project Manager

Project Manager

City of Thorold

The City of Thorold, located in the Niagara Region, has an opening for a Project Manager, reporting to the Manager of Public Works & Community Services.  This position is responsible to provide leadership and management of the planning, design, implementation and construction of linear municipal infrastructure and support the municipalities Drinking Water Quality Management System.

The City of Thorold invites you to submit your resume if you have:
  • A degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering or equivalent.Consideration will be given to candidates with an advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology;
  • 4 years’ experience in a diverse public works and/or engineering consulting environment;
  • Registered as a P. Eng. with Professional Engineers Ontario/registration as C.E.T. with Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists.
  • Thorough knowledge and experience with AutoCAD, topographic surveys, engineering design, contract administration and construction management of municipal infrastructure projects.
  • Excellent interpersonal, project/time management, analytical, communication and supervisory skills to represent the Corporation and build strong relationships both internally and externally.

Click Here for a Complete Job Description.

A job description for this position is available on the City’s website at www.thorold.com. No Phone Calls Please.

Interested candidates are invited to submit their detailed resume to Donna Delvecchio, City Clerk at clerk@thorold.com no later than Friday, January 5, 2018. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. 

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, the City will provide accommodation to applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process.  If selected to participate in the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, please inform staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require.


Information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used for employment assessment purposes.


Project Manager Thorold Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-05
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Ontario





SCADA Technology Coordinator

SCADA Technology Coordinator

Region of Halton

Water & Wastewater Treatment
 

Note:    Applicants will be considered for interviews based on the information provided in their application to the Region of Halton including a current resume and cover letter. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those under consideration will be contacted.

Purpose:

This position works as part of a team of SCADA specialists to provide a full range of support services for all aspects of the SCADA systems in the Region’s water and wastewater facilities.

Preferred Background:

The successful candidate will possess a degree in Computer Science or Software Engineering with five (5) years progressive experience in programming Visual Studio .NET, Microsoft SQL Server in a PLC/ SCADA System environment. Five (5) years progressive experience programming Allen-Bradley PLCs (all versions), programming Wonderware’s InTouch, Historian, Historian Client SQL Server 2008 and I/O Servers; experience using PanelBuilder32 and FactoryTalk View Studio Machine Edition (all versions) and Windows 7 and Windows Server operating systems; experience working with Ethernet networks is required. Experience working in a municipal water and wastewater environment is preferred. To be successful in the role, the candidate will have strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities. Strong troubleshooting and critical thinking skills, along with the ability to work alone with minimal supervision is required. The ability to read, interpret and develop process control narratives from process and instrumentation drawings, electrical control schematics and instrumentation loop drawings is also required. Knowledge, understanding and experience with related legislation and acts pertinent to the Water and Wastewater industry such as  Occupational Health and Safety Act, Ontario Water Regulation Act, Safe Drinking Water Act is preferred. Preference will be given to applicants with experience working with Terminal Services, thin clients and ACP’s ThinManager software platform for distribution of InTouch applications. Preference will be given to applicants with experience working with AutoCAD. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

Working Conditions:

The successful candidate will be made an offer of employment on the condition that the Regional Municipality of Halton receives a current (obtained within the past six (6) months), original and acceptable Police Security Clearance, by the first day of employment. The incumbent will be required to serve on stand-by on a rotational basis, and respond to after hour callouts. Must possess and maintain a valid Class G Ontario driver's license. Daily travel within Halton Region is required, incumbent must supply their own transportation.

Duties:
  • Work as part of a team to provide a full range of support services for all aspects of the SCADA systems in the Region’s water and wastewater facilities.
  • Work with Operators and Maintenance staff to develop control narratives, write, test and commission PLC programming, HMI programming and configuration including graphics, alarming, trending and reporting systems for significant changes to the existing SCADA systems.
  • Work as part of a project team to provide input and ensures compliance with the Region’s SCADA standards on Capital Projects through reviews of narratives, engineering drawings, contract specifications, PLC and HMI code and attending factory and site acceptance testing and other start-up and commissioning activities.
  • Troubleshoot, diagnose and correct Allen-Bradley PLC hardware and software, SLC 5/05s, CompactLogix and ControlLogix, Wonderware’s InTouch, I/O servers, Historian and Historian Client Software.
  • Troubleshoot and make corrective actions to PanelViews and PanelView Plus terminal hardware.
  • Manage work orders in a SAP Plant Maintenance module environment.
  • Take a lead role in ownership, updating and maintenance of the Region’s SCADA Standards including research and development of new technologies.
  • Document and save any deviations from the current Regional Standards and provide recommendations for changes to Regional Standards.
  • Research and monitor new software, hardware and technologies to ensure optimization of equipment and process controls, and provide input into SCADA standards development to ensure Halton capitalizes on technology advancements.
  • Prepare and maintain network architecture (AutoCAD) drawings for all water, wastewater, waste management and biosolids facilities with SCADA systems.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Apply on line by clicking here

Posting Expires:  January 12, 2018
Posting #:   PW-445-17

Halton Region is pleased to accommodate applicants who have a disability.  Please inform Human Resource Services at 905-825-6000 ext. 7700 if you require a disability related accommodation to participate in the recruitment process.


NOTE:  Personal information collected through the job application process will only be used for the purpose of determining qualifications for employment.                  Halton Job Postings


SCADA Technology Coordinator Halton Region Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-12
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Ontario





Operations Manager

Operations Manager

Town of Nanton

The Town of Nanton is currently seeking a qualified individual to join Team Nanton as Operations Manager, leading the Town in the provision of water and wastewater services, roads and streets, sidewalks, parks, waste management and other similar areas for the residents and guests of Nanton.  Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the successful applicant will provide leadership, oversight and support on all operational matters, and will be instrumental in the development and execution of operational plans in Nanton.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Directing and coordinating all levels and aspects of operations.
  • Ensuring a high standard of effectiveness and efficiency in operational activities
  • Preparing and managing budgets and asset management plans
  • Providing leadership and expertise in the development of operational plans, policies, and procedures
  • Engaging with the senior management team for collaboration, policy development and implementation of operational and strategic plans.
Qualifications and Experience
  • Diploma or certificate in Public Works Management/Administration, or a combination of related education and experience
  • A minimum of 3 years of directly related experience, preferably within a municipal setting
  • Level 2 certification in all 4 Water/Wastewater disciplines, or a minimum of five (5) years direct equivalent operational knowledge and experience in water and wastewater treatment, distribution, and collection
  • Demonstrated commitment to delivering exceptional public service
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license with air endorsement

A competitive salary is offered in addition to a comprehensive benefit package. 

Qualified individuals may apply by forwarding a resume and cover letter in confidence by 4:00pm on Wednesday January 10, 2018:

Attention: Kevin Miller CAO
RE: Operations Manager
PO Box 609
Nanton, Alberta  T0L 1R0
cao@nanton.ca

For additional information, along with a full job description, please see www.nanton.ca/jobs.  We regret that only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.  Please note: This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.


Operations Manager Nanton Alberta

Expiry Date: 2018-01-10
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Alberta





Recreation Manager

Recreation Manager

Town of Nanton

The Town of Nanton is currently seeking a qualified person to join Team Nanton as Recreation Manager, leading the Town in the provision of a wide array of recreational opportunities for the residents and guests of Nanton.  Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the successful applicant will provide leadership, oversight and support on all recreational matters, and will be instrumental in the development and execution of recreational programming in Nanton.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Directing and coordinating all public recreation and parks programs and related operations
  • Ensuring high standards of effectiveness and efficiency in recreational activities
  • Preparing and managing budgets
  • Providing leadership and expertise in the development of recreational programming
  • Engaging with the senior management team for collaboration, policy development and implementation of operational and strategic plans
Qualifications and Experience:
  • Diploma or certificate in Recreation Management/Administration, or a combination of related education and experience
  • A minimum of three years of directly related experience, preferably within a municipal setting
  • Demonstrated commitment to delivering exceptional public service
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license

A competitive salary is offered in addition to a comprehensive benefit package. 

Qualified individuals may apply by forwarding a resume and cover letter in confidence by 4:00pm on Wednesday January 10, 2018:

Attention: Kevin Miller CAO
RE: Recreation Manager
PO Box 609
Nanton, Alberta  T0L 1R0
cao@nanton.ca

For additional information, along with a full job description, please see www.nanton.ca/jobs.  We regret that only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.  Please note: This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.


Recreation Manager Nanton Alberta

Expiry Date: 2018-01-10
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Alberta





Public Works Utility Maintenance Person

Public Works Utility Maintenance Person

Town of Snow Lake

DUTIES:
  • Operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant, wastewater lift stations, sewer collection systems, water main infrastructure and the sewage treatment plant.
  • Water meter readings as required.
  • Operates trucks of various sizes and weights in the loading, hauling and unloading of various equipment, materials and supplies.
  • Operates trucks and construction equipment, as well as labour required in the maintenance of hauling materials, ditching, culvert maintenance, storm drain maintenance and water break excavations.
  • Operates saws and other small equpment and tools required to maintain utility facilities, aqua-flo units, water meters and other public property.
  • Performs routine inspection and preventative maintenance on assigned equipment and refers defects or needed repairs to supervisor and cleans equipment including general maintenance of utility facilities.
  • Assists in repairs to trucks and equipment as required.
  • Performs all duties in conformance to appropriate safety and security standards.
  • Reponds to emergency call-outs when required.
  • Determines the location of gas, telephone, power, television, water and sewer lines from the appropriate sources prior to excavation.
  • Reporting of water/sewage treatment results, council and administration reports.
  • Performs other duties with the Public Works and Recreation departments as needed.
  • Duties added and removed as per the Chief Administrative Officer.
SPECIFICATIONS:
  1. Experience and Qualifications:
    1. The incumbent shall have knowledge of heavy equipment operation principles.
    2. Working knowledge of the hazards and ability to observe safety precautions common to heavy equipment operations.
    3. Working knowledge of the methods, materials and tools used in street, sidewalk and utility maintenance work.
    4. Ability to understand and follow oral or written instructions.
    5. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
    6. Ability to establish effective working relationships with other employees, supervisors and the public.
    7. Ability to drive, operate a variety of equipment and perform heavy manual tasks under varying weather conditions.
    8. A minimum Class 3 with Air Brakes endorsement Manitoba drivers’ licence.
    9. Have Water and Wastewater Level 2 certifications, or a willingness to obtain.
    10. A working knowledge of applicable Workplace Health & Safety is required. This knowledge would normally be acquired through experience with a municipal public works department or private construction or mechanical business and the completion of Grade 12. WHMIS training, Confined Spaces and first aid is required.
  2. Accountability:

The incumbent, under the general direction of the Public Works Foreman, is responsible for implementing the functions of Public Works and utility departments including maintenance of equipment, vehicles, facilities and all public roads, streets and sidewalks.

There is a responsibility for the care, maintenance and operation of complex equipment and a requirement to ensure that members of the crew follow safe work practices. Actions could result in a serious loss of time or resources to the Town.

The incumbent is indirectly responsible for overseeing several seasonal employees.

Remuneration :  $31.40/hr + $0.30/hr premimum for Wastewater I and II certification combined or existing rate + premium, whichever is greater.

To apply send Resumes to :
Chief Administrative Officer Ross Gilmore
113 Elm Street  PO Box 40
Snow Lake, Manitoba  R0B 1M0
Phone: 204-358-2551                                                                                            
E-mail:  snowlake@mymts.net
Fax:    204-358-2112                                                                                             
Website:  www.snowlake.com


Public Works Utility Maintenance Person Snow Lake Manitoba

Expiry Date: 2017-12-25
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Manitoba





Project Supervisor - Capital

Project Supervisor - Capital

Norfolk County

Scope of Position:

To coordinate activities related to capital projects and studies as required by various County Divisions. To be accountable for the daily activities of technologists and technicians as may be assigned. Prepare consultant and contractor procurement documents and participate in selection and administration of these goods and services. To ensure that projects are completed within the annual budget limits; and to meet with government representatives and utility companies regarding capital construction projects.

Position Description:

The Project Supervisor - Capital will:

  • Coordinate with various County Departments and Divisions to develop the Scope of Work for projects related to existing or proposed assets within the jurisdiction of that Division.  That may include, roads and related structures (ie., bridges), water and wastewater infrastructure, including pump stations and treatment plants, studies to define project needs; and, implementing any activities to meet the needs of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment.
  • Coordinate with Development and Cultural Services Division to confirm that proposed work completed through the Planning Act (ie., subdivisions, site plans) meet the County Design Objectives.
  • Develop project plans to define the steps needed to fully meet the project needs and fully participate in: executing that plan; coordination with consultants and contractors; review of reports and designs; contract administration; and, ongoing review of project budgets and status.
  • Prepare various procurement documents related to the projects and studies, such as Requests for Proposals.
  • Prepare reports to Council to seek approval to proceed with actions needed by the County to fulfil their mandate.
  • Participate in Engineering Department special programs, such as implementation of the Integrated Sustainable Master Plan, review and update of the County Design Objectives and improving road safety.
  • Assist in development of budget projections for the Division.
  • Responsible for assigned staff supervision, mentoring and review.
  • Other duties as assigned
Knowledge/Experience:
  • Undergraduate or community college degree or community college diploma in engineering or a related field.
  • Minimum five years’ experience beyond university or community college graduation in an engineering department with a municipality or multi discipline consulting, working predominantly with municipalities.
  • Licensed under the Ontario Professional Engineers Act (or, enrolment in the Professional Engineers of Ontario Engineering Intern Program; or, Certified Engineering Technologist [C.E.T.])

Must Have:

  • Understanding of Ontario legislation related to various practice areas of municipalities, such as the Municipal Act, Safe Drinking Water Act and Planning Act.
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle
  • Computer expertise in corporate standard software (Microsoft Office) and department specific software to data search and entry and to create and modify word processed documents
  • Must be aware of safe work practices as they relate to job responsibilities and work environment, and have the basic understanding of the Occupational Health & Safety Act

Salary: $69,884 - $87,356 per annum

The Corporation of Norfolk County is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.


Resumes must be submitted through email, mail, fax, courier, or in person to Human Resources & Staff Development by 4:30 p.m. on the last day of the posting.
Closing Date :  January 10, 2018

Human Resources & Staff Development,
185 Robinson Street, Suite 300,
Simcoe, ON N3Y 5L6
Phone: (519) 426-5870 – Fax: 519-427-5902–
Email: jobs@norfolkcounty.ca

Successful applicants are required to provide the Employer with a current Criminal Record Check, including a Vulnerable Sector where required and verification of education.

Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those to be interviewed will be contacted.


Project Supervisor - Capital Norfolk County Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-10
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Ontario





Environmental Services Technologist

Environmental Services Technologist

Norfolk County

Scope of Position:

Assists the Water and Wastewater Compliance Supervisor with engineering review of subdivision plans, site plans, and capital reconstruction plans. Perform functions related to water treatment and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment and waste management.

Position Description:
  • Provide departmental review and approval for water and wastewater infrastructure on all site plans, developments and planning amendments
  • Administer and control easements, leases, encroachments, property transfers, certain contractual agreements associated with the Environmental Services Department
  • Maintains water and wastewater infrastructure asset inventory
  • Assists the Water and Wastewater Compliance Supervisor in matters related to the compliance reporting of the various water and wastewater systems owned by Norfolk County
  • Provide information regarding systemized plans, records and projects on County infrastructure concerning inspections, implementation solutions as they pertain to County by-laws and regulations
  • Receive and respond to customer complaints concerning water, sanitary sewer, water metering and billing,and ongoing infrastructure maintenance projects
  • Provide information and procedures to solicitors and consultants on water and wastewater infrastructure owned by the County
  • Ensure compliance with Sewer Use By-law activities (inspections, sampling, visits to wastewater treatment facilities, reporting spills)
  • Assist in preparation of water and wastewater reports for submission to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change
  • Update, change or design water and wastewater drawings as required
  • Produce annual reports regarding all water plant data for the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change
  • Report adverse water samples to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change and Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
  • Assist in the writing, evaluation and administration of the laboratory services contract and assist with the wastewater treatment contract as needed
  • Review and revise the Miscellaneous Charges By-law, Sewer Use By-law and Water By-law as necessary
  • Monitor industrial/commercial wastewater streams and identifies non – compliant practices
  • Monitor ground water and surface water quality at municipality operated sites and other locations as required
  • Assist with implementation and enforcement of source water protection policies
  • Collect samples, perform appropriate field and lab analysis and arrange for supplementary lab analysis as required
  • Maintain and repair field sampling and testing equipment
  • Assist with county initiated programs such as theWater Meter Replacement Program, Rain Barrel promotion, and Cross Connection/Backflow Prevention Program.
  • Provide technical insight and relevant information for locate requests
  • Perform other duties as assigned
Knowledge & Experience:
  • Grade 12 plus an additional three year Community College program in Civil Engineering studies, or equivalent
  • Designation as a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) would be considered an asset
  • Over three years, up to four years experience to be familiar with scope of the position, or equivalent previous experience
Skills & Abilities:
  • Strong research and analytical skills
  • Knowledge of construction and project management techniques
  • Knowledge of current related legislation
  • Ability to apply water chemistry principles to solve problems related to water contamination and processes used in the treatment of water and wastewater.
  • Extensive knowledge of Drinking Water Quality Management Standard (DWQMS) program
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle
  • Computer expertise in corporate standard software (Microsoft Office) and department specific software to data search and entry and to create and modify word processed documents
  • Must be aware of safe work practices as they relate to job responsibilities and work environment, and have the basic understanding of the Occupational Health & Safety Act

Salary: $27.97 - $34.94 per hour (2017 rate)


The Corporation of Norfolk County is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.


Resumes must be submitted through email, mail, fax, courier, or in person to Human Resources & Staff Development by 4:30 p.m. on the last day of the posting.
Closing Date : January 12, 2018

Human Resources & Staff Development–
185 Robinson Street, Suite 300,
Simcoe, ON N3Y 5L6
Phone: (519) 426-5870 – Fax: 519-427-5902–
Email: jobs@norfolkcounty.ca

Successful applicants are required to provide the Employer with a current Criminal Record Check, including a Vulnerable Sector where required and verification of education, transcripts preferred.

Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those to be interviewed will be contacted.


Environmental Services Technologist Norfolk County Ontario

Expiry Date: 2018-01-12
Date Posted: 2017-12-15
Province: Ontario





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