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Public Works – Storm Sewer Operator

Public Works – Storm Sewer Operator

Town of Tecumseh

The Corporation of the Town of Tecumseh is currently recruiting for a highly motivated and energetic individual to fill the full-time position of Public Works – Storm Sewer Operator.

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Manager Roads & Fleet, this position will perform and document a variety of daily storm sewer system and pump station inspections as well as routine and preventative maintenance and repairs on equipment and plant.  The Storm Sewer Operator responsibility also includes emergency generators installed at storm pump stations.  In addition, the Storm Sewer Operator will perform winter control operations, equipment maintenance, repair services and general labour duties.

Qualifications and Requirements:
  • Candidates must have a minimum Grade 12 secondary school diploma, along with a journeyman electrician certification and experience with electronics and control applications.  
  • Candidates must have experience with Supervisor Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) programming and operation, as well as experience with Human Machine Interface (HMI) software. 
  • The successful candidate must have a minimum three (3) years related experience, preferably in a municipal setting, along with experience in sewer and pump station maintenance and associated equipment and hold a valid Class “DZ” driver’s license.  
  • In addition, the successful candidate must have the ability to read and interpret blue prints, construction specification and drawings as well as proficient with Microsoft Suite. 
  • Candidates who possess Waste Water Collection license will be considered an asset.
  • Proven experience with inspection and perform maintenance and repairs on the mainline storm sewers including flushing, camera inspections, catch basin and wet well cleaning.
  • In addition, candidates must have experience with records generation and retention along with experience in winter maintenance activities, such as plowing and salting roads and sidewalks..

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 Public Works - Storm Sewer Operator.

Salary: The Town offers an hourly salary of $33.49 per hour for this position in accordance with the Collective Agreement with CUPE Local 702.1.  This position is subject to a probationary period of sixty (60) calendar days.

How to Apply:

Applicants are invited to submit resumes to hr@tecumseh.ca by Friday, June 23, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. 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. 

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.

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

Public Works – Storm Sewer Operator Town of Tecumseh Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-05-30
Province: Ontario





Deputy Treasurer

Deputy Treasurer

Municipality of North Middlesex

Department: Finance
Reports To: Director of Finance and Administrative Services/Treasurer
Positions Supervised: Service Ontario
Tentative Starting Date: September 1, 2017

Position Description:

Reporting to the Director of Finance and Administrative Services/Treasurer, the Deputy Treasurer will manage the administration of the Municipality’s accounting activities to ensure accounting procedures are delivered in accordance with statutory and regulatory requirements.  The Deputy Treasurer will also perform a full range of finance related duties and provide back-up assistance to other staff as required.  The individual will be responsible for statutory duties required of the Deputy Treasurer under the Municipal Act, 2001.

Responsibilities:
  • Working with the Municipal auditors preparing working papers, documents and consolidated financial statements for year end.
  • Working with the Director of Finance and Administrative Services to prepare the annual consolidated budget.
  • Completes the Financial Information Return and Municipal Performance Measurement Program return.
  • Prepares Tangible Capital Assets yearly summaries including additions, disposals and amortization.
  • Prepares various monthly financial management reports for the Director of Finance and Administrative Services/Treasurer.
  • Assists the Director of Finance and Administrative Services/Treasurer with the development, amendment and monitoring of various financial and administrative policies
  • Assists the Director of Finance and Administrative Services/Treasurer with monitoring the financial affairs of the Municipality to ensure the budgetary guidelines are maintained.
  • Prepare quarterly reporting to Council.
  • Prepare monthly reporting to directors and department managers.
  • Ability to work outside regular business hours when required.
  • Assist with various special projects when required.
  • Oversee Finance/Treasury staff as required.
Required Skills and Qualifications:
  • A minimum of five years relevant experience, ideally in a municipal environment.
  • Professional Accounting Designation (CPA) is required.
  • Working knowledge of general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll and fund accounting.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment, manage multiple priorities and tight deadlines.
  • A working knowledge of PSAB Section 3150, Tangible Capital Assets preferred.
  • The ability to analyze and investigate problems and make recommendations for improvements.
  • Strong organizational skills to manage multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrated computer skills with proficiency using Microsoft Excel and Keystone(preferred).
  • Demonstrated strong public relations and communication skills.
  • Valid Class G Driver’s Licence

For a complete job description, please visit our website www.northmiddlesex.on.ca Municipal Employment Opportunities.

Compensation: We offer a salary range of $60,065–$70,161 and a comprehensive employee benefit plan and participation in OMERS

How to Apply:

All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for this position by submitting their cover letter and resume in PDF format on or before Monday, June 26, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. to:  donnav@northmiddlesex.on.ca

We thank all candidates in advance, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Municipality of North Middlesex is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Accommodations will be provided upon request in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).  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 purposes of the candidate selection.

Deputy Treasurer North Middlesex Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-26
Date Posted: 2017-05-30
Province: Ontario





Chief Administrative Officer

Chief Administrative Officer

Town of Bridgewater

Position Description:

The Town of Bridgewater is seeking a Chief Administrative Officer to advise elected representatives on policy questions, provide community leadership, and lead a staff organization that effectively responds to matters of concern to constituents. The CAO actively promotes economic development to broaden and strengthen the commercial and employment base of the Town, and oversees the development of programs for the physical, economic, social, and cultural development of the Town.

Qualifications:

Our ideal candidate will be able to appreciate the Town's existing strengths and accomplishments, and build on them to identify and address the challenges of the future using a variety of key skills including strategic thinking and planning, excellent people skills, and the application of effective organizational design and development principles.

How to Apply:

For more information about this position, please go to http://www.bridgewater.ca. Questions about this position may be addressed to Sandra Porter-Lowe at:   902-541-4385 or sandra.porter-lowe@bridgewater.ca.


Chief Administrative Officer Town of Bridgewater Nova Scotia

Expiry Date: 2017-06-28
Date Posted: 2017-04-28
Province: Nova Scotia





Chief Building Official/Inspector

Chief Building Official/Inspector

Town of Aylmer

Position Description:

Reporting to the Director of Planning and Development, this position is responsible for managing the day to day activities and the various legislated requirements related to all forms of building and construction. The successful applicant will also manage the delivery of By-Law enforcement activities and coordinate management of municipal facilities.

Qualifications:
  • The ideal candidate should possess a Certified Building Official (CBCO) designation and be certified under the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH), including prescribed topics for Chief Building Officials.
  • A post-secondary degree or diploma with a focus on Building Management, engineering, architecture or the equivalent would be considered an asset.
  • Preferred candidates will have a strong knowledge of the Building Code Act with 5-7 years of relevant experience.
  • A valid Class G Driver’s License is also required.
  • The applicant must have experience in enforcing and interpreting the Building Code Act, Planning Act and Provincial Policy Statements, municipal zoning and official plans and Property Standards By-laws.
  • The successful applicant must also possess the ability to read and interpret construction drawings for plans review and inspection.
  • A strong background in Workplace Health and Safety regulations specific to various municipal environments and previous experience in facilities maintenance and management are desirable to the position.
  • The preferred candidate must possess strong administrative, organizational and time management skills.
  • Working as a part of the Planning and Development Department, positive problem solving and decision making to support the Town’s goal for superior customer service is required.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in all mediums, with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, management and stakeholders is vital.
  • Candidates that do not meet all the CBCO requirements may be considered in an Inspector role, willing to work towards the CBCO designation.

Note: The Town’s preferred option would be a candidate seeking a full-time position, but will consider alternate working arrangements such as: contract, part-time (3 days a week).  

Salary Range: Under Review

How to Apply:

Application Deadline: Ongoing until filled.  A copy of the draft job description can be found at: http://www.aylmer.ca/index.php/HumanResources/EmploymentOpportunities

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a confidential application to:

The Corporation of Town of Aylmer
ATT: Human Resources
46 Talbot St. W.
Aylmer, ON  N5H 1J7
E-mail: hr@town.aylmer.on.ca

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

The Town of Aylmer is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations are available for the recruitment process. Applicants are requested to make their needs known in advance.
In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, and will be used for the purpose of candidate selection.

Chief Building Official/Inspector Aylmer Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-12
Date Posted: 2017-04-13
Province: Ontario





Waterworks Operator (3)

Waterworks Operator (3)

City of Markham

The City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities. The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability. More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life. Join us and make a difference!

Applications are now being accepted for three regular full-time Waterworks Operators in our...

Environmental Services Department
Waterworks, Operations & Maintenance Section
Community & Fire Services Commission
Job Class: Technical

Regular Full-Time, Outside Union GR 6B
Salary Range: $32.4400 - $32.8900 (CAD)
HourlyWorker Category: Regular Full-Time (RFT)

Position Description:

Reporting to the Waterworks Supervisor, you will operate and maintain the City of Markham Water Distribution System (class 2), Wastewater Collection System (class 2), and appurtenances in accordance with departmental policies, procedures, and provincial regulations.

Responsibilities:
  • nspect all new water and wastewater system appurtenances to ensure infrastructure meets City standards and specifications.
  • Respond to customer inquiries and complaints, resolving concerns for system integrity; check and monitor system conditions and performance
  • Perform stake outs to provide water and sewer location and information in accordance with departmental policies and procedures
  • Conduct water and wastewater quality sampling as required
  • Provide emergency service involving the water and sewer systems during regular or after hours, conducting assessments and immediate repairs and/or protection measures to ensure public health & safety, as well as system integrity.
  • Go on rotational standby schedule throughout the year to provide after hours response and other overtime associated works
  • Maintain valid Operator Certificates and Licences required by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change as required by the Corporation based upon the current system classes
Qualifications:
  • Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Class II Water Distribution Certificate and Class II Waste Water Collection Licence. Candidates who hold Class I WD and Class I WWC will be considered providing they are able to write and pass Class II examinations within the probationary period. Candidates must hold both WD certificate and WWC license in order to be qualified
  • Minimum high school diploma or equivalent. Preference will be given to candidates with a minimum two year community college diploma in engineering or science related fields.
  • Demonstrated experience in municipal waterworks and wastewater operations.
  • Knowledge with Hansen or other computer based maintenance management system, SCADA and operational experience with heavy machinery would be considered an asset.
  • Excellent interpersonal, time/project management, organizational, analytical, recordkeeping, problem-solving, and leadership skills.
  • Strong team player with the ability to work alone when required.
  • Thorough working knowledge of the OSDWA, OWRA, OHSA, DWQMS and associated regulations is required.
  • Computer literacy using mobile tablet PC, word-processing, spreadsheets, and database software.
  • Minimum Class G driver's licence; DZ preferred. Must have a clean driver's abstract as approved by the City of Markham and be able to upgrade to a DZ licence. As a condition of employment you will required to provide a satisfactory drivers abstract.
  • Must be available to participate in shared on-call (24/7) standby rotation and environmental emergency response.
  • As a condition of employment, you will be required to submit medical documentation of physical ability to perform the duties of the position, along with a satisfactory police records check as approved by the City of Markham.

NOTE: While all applications will be received, members of CUPE Local 905 (Outside Workers) will be given first consideration. 

How to Apply:

To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter, resume, and a copy of your driver's abstract on-line at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=markham&jobId=197885&lang=en_CA&source=CC3  by Friday, June 30, 2017.

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

Please respect our scent free area by not wearing scented products when visiting the office.

The City of Markham is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Waterworks Operator (3) Markham Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-05-18
Province: Ontario





Waterworks Operator

Waterworks Operator - Temporary

City of Markham

The City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities. The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability. More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life. Join us and make a difference!

Applications are now being accepted for this contract Waterworks Operator position.

Environmental Services Department
Waterworks, Operations & Maintenance Section
Community & Fire Services Commission
Job Class: Technical

Temporary Full-Time Outside Union 6B
Salary Range: $32.8900 - $32.8900 (CAD) Hourly
Worker Category: Temporary Full-Time

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Waterworks Supervisor, you will operate the City of Markham Water Distribution System (class 2), Wastewater Collection System (class 2), and appurtenances in accordance with departmental policies, procedures, and provincial regulations.

Responsibilities:

Duties are included but not limited to:

  • Inspect all new water and wastewater system appurtenances to ensure infrastructure meets City standards and specifications.
  • Respond to customer inquiries and complaints, resolving concerns for system integrity; check and monitor system conditions and performance
  • Conduct stake out to provide water and sewer locates and information in accordance with departmental policies and procedures
  • Conduct water and wastewater quality sampling as required
  • Provide emergency service involving the water and sewer systems during or after hours, conducting assessments and immediate repairs and/or protection measures to ensure public health & safety, as well as system integrity.
  • Go on rotational standby schedule throughout the year to provide after hours response
  • Maintain valid Operator Certificates and Licences required by the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change as required by the Corporation based upon the current system classes
Requirements:
  • Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Class II Water Distribution Certificate and Class II Waste Water Collection Licence. Candidates who hold Class I WD and Class I WWC will be considered providing they are able to write and pass Class II examinations within the probationary period. Candidates must hold both WD certificate and WWC license in order to be qualified.
  • Minimum high school diploma or equivalent. Preference will be given to candidates with a minimum two year community college diploma in engineering or science related fields.
  • Demonstrated experience in municipal waterworks operations.
  • Knowledge with Hansen or other computer based maintenance management system, SCADA and operational experience with heavy machinery would be considered an asset.
  • Excellent interpersonal, time/project management, organizational, analytical, recordkeeping, problem-solving, and leadership skills.
  • Strong team player with the ability to work alone when required.
  • Thorough working knowledge of the OSDWA, OWRA, OHSA, DWQMS and associated regulations is required.
  • Computer literacy using mobile tablet PC, word-processing, spreadsheets, and database software.
  • Minimum Class G driver's licence; DZ preferred. Must have a clean driver's abstract as approved by the City of Markham and be able to upgrade to a DZ licence. As a condition of employment you will required to provide a satisfactory drivers abstract.
  • Must be available to participate in shared on-call (24/7) standby rotation and environmental emergency response.
  • As a condition of employment, you will be required to submit medical documentation of physical ability to perform the duties of the position, along with a satisfactory police records check as approved by the City of Markham.

How to Apply:

 While all applications will be received, members of CUPE Local 905 (Outside Workers) will be given first consideration. To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume on-line at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=markham&jobId=45953&lang=en_CA&source=CC3  by June 30, 2017. The contract end date for this position will be January 31, 2019.

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

Please respect our scent free area by not wearing scented products when visiting the office 

The City of Markham is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.

Waterworks Operator Markham Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-05-18
Province: Ontario





Manager, Enterprise Resource Planning (SAP)

Manager, Enterprise Resource Planning (SAP)

Capital Regional District (CRD)

An outcome-driven, high-performance organization respected for its commitment to open, collaborative processes, the CRD is located in beautiful Victoria, BC, which offers the unique charm of a historical capital city while providing a variety of world-class scenic and outdoor opportunities.   

Position Description:

This position provides leadership and strategic direction to champion the ERP system with a focus on system efficiency, integrity, relevance and credibility.  As a member of the IT management team, this position works collaboratively with Senior IT Management in the analysis, design, development and support of Enterprise Resource Planning solution (SAP) to ensure effective, transparent and accountable corporate, business and financial outcomes that align, enable and support Service Areas and corporate strategic objectives.

Compensation:  $109,190 - $128,459 per annum

How to Apply:

For more information about this exciting opportunity, please go to our website: www.crd.bc.ca/careers or go directly to:

https://m.hays.ca/Job/Detail/manager-enterprise-resource-planning-(sap)-victoria-en-CA_1055322


Manager, Enterprise Resource Planning (SAP) Capital Regional District (CRD) British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-05-23
Province: British Columbia





Commissioner of Planning and Regulatory Services

Commissioner of Planning and Regulatory Services

Town of Richmond Hill

Located just north of Toronto, the Town of Richmond Hill has a population of 214,000 and its residents have given the municipality a satisfaction score of 96%. Part of Canada’s largest technology cluster, Richmond Hill has a robust economy, a well-run government and an ongoing commitment to green practices. As the Town continues to “build a new kind of urban”, it is enhancing the community with important high quality amenities, infrastructure, and spaces.

Position Description:

Reporting to the CAO, the Commissioner of Planning and Regulatory Services is the Town’s Chief Planner, acting as the spokesperson and visionary for land policies that influence the physical, social, and economic growth of the community. With an additional 15,000 residents planned in the next 15 years, Richmond Hill is intensifying, building high rises and preparing for the extension of the Yonge Subway Line. Leading a team of more than 130 staff in the areas of Policy Planning, Development Engineering, Development Planning, and Regulatory Services, the Commissioner provides leadership and innovation for the Town’s built and natural environment. The Commissioner evaluates current processes and practices and applies modern tools and thinking to advance how the department operates and delivers services. Working closely with external stakeholders and other levels of government, the Commissioner presents to Council new ideas, updates, and opportunities for urbanization.

Qualifications:
  • A registered professional planner with more than 15 years of relevant experience, the Commissioner has worked in a government setting or as a land-use planning consultant.
  • A skilled people manager, the Commissioner has a track record of motivating and coaching staff and building a culture that is collaborative.
  • You demonstrate the Town’s corporate values of Service, Collaboration, Care, and Courage.
  • The ideal candidate is known as being fair and balanced when negotiating and partnering with stakeholders.
  • Experience planning in a growing and urban centre that values sustainability and the environment is essential.
How to Apply:

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 to http://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/14094 by Friday, June 23, 2017

The Town of Richmond Hill 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 Town of Richmond Hill throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

Commissioner of Planning and Regulatory Services Richmond Hill Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-05-23
Province: Ontario





Cell Block Manager

Cell Block Manager

City of Surrey

The Surrey RCMP Support Services Department is seeking a dedicated professional who is committed to teamwork, continuous improvement, and providing superior customer service. Continued growth and change make the Cell Block Manager position a truly challenging career opportunity for an innovative and action-oriented individual.

Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Manager, Operations, the Cell Block Manager will be responsible for:

  • Leading the day-to-day operations of the Cell Block for the largest RCMP Detachment in
    Canada and managing a team of approximately 24 staff
  • Developing and delivering operational objectives that support the Department’s five-year Strategic Plan
  • Ensuring service level standards are met and delivered in accordance with Surrey’s Policy and Procedure Manual
  • Building and maintaining positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Recruitment, training and performance management for the section
  • Managing the budget for the section
Qualifications:

The successful candidate will have:

  • 3-5 years related managerial experience and previous management/supervisory experience in a unionized environment
  • A Diploma or Degree in a related field, an equivalent combination of knowledge, training and experience may be considered
  • Excellent communication and time-management skills
  • The proven ability to build and maintain effective relationships with both internal and external stakeholders
  • Values that align with the City's vision

NOTE: This position requires completion of an RCMP Reliability Security Clearance. You must be able to obtain and maintain the relevant level of RCMP security clearance throughout the term of employment.

How to Apply:

Should you be interested in learning more about this exciting opportunity please contact Carol Robinson or forward your resume, a letter of introduction and the names and contact information for three referees, in confidence, to cleartalent@hwest.ca. We will respond to all who express interest.


Cell Block Manager Surrey British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-05-23
Province: British Columbia





Commissioner, Legislative & Planning Services

Commissioner, Legislative & Planning Services

Halton Region

Halton Region is situated on the northern shore of Lake Ontario and includes the City of Burlington, the Town of Halton Hills, the Town of Milton and the Town of Oakville. Halton Region is committed to meeting the needs of its residents through the delivery of cost-effective, high quality programs and services, including water and wastewater; regional roads and planning; paramedic services; waste management; public health; Ontario Works; children’s and seniors’ services; social/not-for-profit housing; heritage programs; emergency management and economic development.

Position Summary:

The Commissioner of Legislative and Planning Services is responsible for the strategic leadership and management of the Legislative and Planning Department which includes the following program areas: Planning Services, Legal Services, Economic Development, Asset Management and Clerks. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Commissioner Legislative and Planning Services is a member of the Region’s Management Committee, who are committed to delivering quality, cost effective programs and customer service. In this key position, the Commissioner Legislative and Planning Services advises the CAO, Regional Council and its Standing Committees on planning and legal issues. As a leader in the organization, the Commissioner is committed to continuous improvement and the establishment of current and long range plans to assist the Region in effectively meeting current and anticipated service and program demands. Establishing excellent working relationships with the other Departments within the Region and with other levels of government including Halton’s local municipalities, conservation authorities and the Province is critical in this position.

Required Qualifications:
  • A graduate degree in law, planning, engineering or related discipline, to provide a broad base of knowledge and skills across different disciplines
  • Fifteen years of progressively responsible work experience, with at least five years in an executive leadership capacity, to demonstrate a proven record of successful people and project management
  • Comprehensive knowledge of municipal planning law, urban and regional land use planning theories, principles and practices
  • Extensive experience working with municipal and planning related legislation, regulations, policies and municipal bylaws

Criteria for Success:

The successful candidate will have excellent presentation and communication skills and the flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances. They will operate within a highly ethical environment and will be accountable for going the extra mile, listening to customers, creatively meeting needs, and always being respectful to those served. The Commissioner Legislative and Planning Services is part of a qualified and strategic team recognized widely for caring, excellence, integrity, inclusiveness and flexibility.

How to Apply:

Feldman Daxon Partners Contact Information:

To express interest, please forward your cover letter and resume (confidentially) to: Patrick Rowan, Partner at prowan@feldmandaxon.com

Should you have any questions regarding this exciting opportunity, please contact:

Patrick Rowan - Partner    
Phone:
416-515-7600 x254
Email: prowan@feldmandaxon.com      

Feldman Daxon Partners, 45 St. Clair Avenue West, Suite 700, Toronto, Ontario M4V 1K9

About Feldman Daxon Partners      www.feldmandaxon.com

Feldman Daxon Partners is Canada’s longest-standing national provider of executive search, career transition, and coaching/leadership development services. Since our inception in 1991, we have been at the forefront of innovation in human resources consulting by integrating these three services. Our Executive Search practice has been locating top talent for senior executive and managerial positions on a retainer-fee basis since our firm was founded in 1991. Our unwavering set of core values and dedication to client service has allowed us to build and maintain relationships with hundreds of clients in virtually every market sector, and across Canada. Regular communication, high quality candidate shortlists, industry knowledge, judgment, and expediency in our retainer search services are all reasons Canada’s leading companies choose to partner with the professionals at Feldman Daxon.


Commissioner, Legislative & Planning Services Halton Region Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-25
Date Posted: 2017-05-25
Province: Ontario





General Manager, Corporate and Financial Services

General Manager, Corporate and Financial Services

Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA)

Full time, Newmarket, Ontario
Salary Range: $108,383 - $126,792

Position Description:

Reporting to the CAO, the General Manager, Corporate and Financial Services is responsible for providing business leadership, planning and supporting the strategic positioning of the organization for the Corporate and Financial Services (C&FS) Division. This position is also responsible for providing oversight and support to the C&FS Division through the respective Managers of Finance, Budget and Business Analysis and Geographic Information System/Information Technology (GIS/IT).

What You Offer:
  • A 4 year university bachelor’s degree in Business and/or Accounting/Finance.
  • Certified Professional Accountant (CPA).
  • 10 to 12 years’ of experience in business, finance and computer networks.
  • Leadership experience with respect to coaching, conflict resolution, negotiation, performance and project management.
  • Strong time management, budget management, sound judgment, problem solving and decision making skills are required.
  • Experience interacting with clients, stakeholders, senior staff and elected officials.
  • Both public and private sector experience.
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook).
  • Valid G class drivers’ license.
What you will do:
  • Responsible for assisting in developing and implementing strategic plans, policies and procedures for the Division, in consultation with the CAO and Executive Management Team as well as forecasting future trends and preparing appropriate business plans to adapt to changes in the business environment.
  • Responsible for providing direction to the Managers of GIS/IT, Finance and Budget and Business Analysis, and for administrative support staff. Specific duties include performance management, establishing reporting procedures, benchmarking work plans and significant programs/projects in order to provide updates to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).
  • Responsible for fiscal responsibility, cost saving and revenue production and to ensure that the Division achieves fiscal work plan targets.
  • Responsible for overseeing the general operations of the Division including annual work planning, budget preparation and the review of budget reports to ensure programs are proceeding on time and within projected costs.
  • Responsible for service delivery by directing the C & FS Division including the undertaking of resource needs assessments, reviewing and updating business/operational processes and establishing standards in relation to Service Delivery.
  • Responsible for the preparation of reports for CAO approval and the provision of information to the Board of Directors and to act as liaison with member municipalities, government agencies, clients and other stakeholders to facilitate the delivery and promotion of Divisional programs/services.
  • Sit on the Executive Management Team to collaboratively develop and execute corporate priorities.
  • Lead the Full Management Team through the annual budget process and business plans for the organization.
  • Liaise with municipal funding partners in the annual budget process for determination of Levy funding. Develop and present the annual budget assumptions to the Board of Directors for approval.
  • Identify and highlight program priorities and position funding requests, as well as preparing and presenting program and related funding proposals to funding partners.
  • Provide monthly Financial Reports to the LSRCA Board of Directors and report on the Annual Budget Development three times a year.
  • Responsible for providing oversight regarding the appropriate insurance coverage (i.e. property, crime, automobile, compensation, boiler and machinery).
  • Responsible for acting as Freedom of Information (FOI) Coordinator for the LSRCA, appointed by the Board, under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) and the Federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and approve FOI request documents.
  • Responsible for other duties as assigned by the CAO.
  • May assume the role of acting CAO in the CAO’s absence.

Start Date: ASAP
Hours of work: 35 hour work week

How to Apply:

Please apply directly to careers@LSRCA.on.ca, with a single pdf document that includes a résumé and covering letter to LSRCA’s Human Resources, referencing Competition #15-2017, by 4:00 pm on Friday, June 16, 2017.

We thank all applicants for their interest in the LSRCA; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

LSRCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In accordance with AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005), LSRCA will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.  If you are contacted in regards to this competition and you require disability – related accommodations, please inform Human Resources.  All personal information is collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

General Manager, Corporate and Financial Services Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-26
Date Posted: 2017-05-26
Province: Ontario





HVAC Plans Examiner

HVAC Plans Examiner

City of Brampton

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

Reporting to the Supervisor, Plans & Permits, this role reviews plans submitted for a building permit to ensure the HVAC requirements of the Ontario Building Code and referenced standards have been met.

  • Perform detailed plans review of mechanical plans, details, specifications and design data for the installation of:
    • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.
    • Contaminated air extraction systems.
    • Commercial cooking fire extinguishing systems.

            for compliance with the Ontario Building Code, standards referenced therein and applicable law.

  • Review building plans for compliance with energy efficient standards including building envelope, lighting, mechanical and service water heating requirements.
  • Consult with other agencies including CGA, ULC, MOE and MOL to determine standards and product approvals.
  • Participate in project co-ordination meetings to provide direction and interpretation of building mechanical design requirements.
  • Liaise with inspectors in the resolution of design and construction issues and permit status.
  • Respond to telephone and counter enquiries regarding mechanical design requirements.
  • Prepare technical reports as required; provide comments and input into the development of technical policies and procedures.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and standards referenced therein.
  • Maintain and update progress of project review on the permit tracking system.
  • 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 (Technologist level) with Mechanical specialization or equivalent.
  • Over four (4) years, up to and including eight (8) years of experience in mechanical design plans review or project management.
  • Successful completion of provincial qualification examinations for: Legal Processes, House HVAC and Building Services.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills with an emphasis on customer service.
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.

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

TO APPLY: Please apply quoting the file number 102517 by June 23, 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. 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. 

HVAC Plans Examiner Brampton ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-01
Province: Ontario





Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Chief Administrative Officer

County of Essex

The County of Essex is Canada’s southernmost county.  We are nestled between Lakes St. Clair and Erie.  Easy access to major international metropolitan centres provides the best of urban and rural living. The County of Essex provides diverse services to over 181,000 citizens with a workforce of over 800 dedicated employees and a budget of $150,000,000.

Find out more at: www.countyofessex.on.ca

The County of Essex has an opening for a Chief Administrative Officer. Reporting directly to the Warden and members of County Council, the CAO provides vision and leadership to the entire organization. This is your opportunity to make a significant contribution to the community and make a true difference.

For a complete description of this opportunity and how to apply, please refer to our website at: www.countyofessex.on.ca

Closing Date: June 23rd, 2017

This information can be made available in alternative formats upon request.

Chief Administrative Officer CAO County of Essex ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-01
Province: Ontario





Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Chief Administrative Officer

City of Kitchener

The City of Kitchener is a vibrant and dynamic city of approximately 240,000, in the heart of southwestern Ontario. As the largest municipality in Waterloo Region, Kitchener continues to be poised for development and growth, enhancing its reputation as a leader in city-building and innovation, with nationally recognized strategies to build its neighbourhoods, its digital infrastructure and its diverse economy. Home to thriving technology and advanced manufacturing sectors, balanced by a strong maker economy and vibrant arts community, Kitchener continues to enhance its competitiveness as the western anchor of the Toronto-Waterloo Region Innovation Corridor. Forward-thinking, the city is in the midst of developing a corporate climate action plan that will further its efforts to create a sustainable city. Due to a retirement, the City of Kitchener is seeking outstanding leadership in the role of Chief Administrative Officer.

Reporting to the Mayor and Council, the Chief Administrative Officer will have the opportunity to lead transformational strategies that will shape Kitchener’s future while providing leadership to 1,400 full-time and 800 part-time staff in an organization that prides itself on its engaged, customer-focused culture.

With a gross operating budget of $370M and $1.1B 10-year capital budget, the CAO ensures that the Community Services, Finance and Corporate Services, and Infrastructure Services departments work cohesively to meet customers' needs in a professional, timely manner. Overseeing the strategic agenda of the City and of City Council, the CAO delivers plans and goals and stewards financial allocations and investments, aligning programs and services with an approved corporate strategic plan, all while providing accurate, thorough, and complete information to Council.

The CAO will be a seasoned executive, with several years of experience leading in a public sector, unionized organization. A creative problem solver with a collaborative approach, the CAO will champion the mission and values of the City to foster a positive and innovative workplace culture. Well regarded as a relationship builder, the ideal candidate places a high value on community engagement and has experience working with diverse stakeholders.

To explore this opportunity further, please contact Julia Robarts in Odgers Berndtson’s Toronto office at 1 866-962-1990 or submit your resume and related information online by June 30, 2017 to http://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/14092

The City of Kitchener 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 Kitchener throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

Chief Administrative Officer CAO Kitchener ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-01
Province: Ontario





General Manager, Parks, Culture and Recreation

General Manager, Parks, Culture and Recreation

Township of Clearview

Clearview Township stretches south from the shores of Georgian Bay, in the heartland of one of

Ontario’s most beautiful recreation areas - just a 90 minute drive from Toronto and other major centres in Southern Ontario. Our community and neighbouring communities (Collingwood and Wasaga Beach) have a long history as one of Ontario’s favorite tourist and vacation destinations, attracting over 2 million visitors annually. Our community offers all of the modern urban amenities with the attractiveness and friendly charm of small town quality of life.

Clearview Township is currently seeking a General Manager, Parks, Culture and Recreation.

Qualifications

Recognized degree/diploma in Recreation and Leisure Studies with a minimum 5 years related experience as well, a Registered Recreation Facilities Professional designation. Certification in Municipal Management considered an asset.

Responsibilities

Reporting to the CAO, the General Manager, Parks, Culture and Recreation is responsible for overseeing and managing the effective operations of all Parks and Recreation and Community Culture and Tourism services, as well as all Recreational Facilities, including the development and recommendation of policies, programing and long-range strategies to guide growth and development in the municipality.

The preferred candidate will possess a thorough knowledge of parks and recreation as well as cultural and tourism development, design, delivery and evaluation strategies as well as a working knowledge of provincial legislation and policies that effect municipal programs. The preferred candidate will also possess extensive experience and success in federal and provincial grant / funding application processes as well as formulating annual and capital department budgets.

Experience and proven ability in health and safety, accessibility regulations, labour relations and computer skills. In addition, the candidate will have excellent customer service, interpersonal, project/time management, problem solving, and presentation and communication skills.

Salary

Salary range offered for this position is $85,776 to $105,305 plus a competitive benefits package.

Note: The preferred candidate must be willing to provide consent for the Township to conduct a background and vulnerable sector check prior to finalizing an employment offer.

Interested candidates are invited to forward their resume and covering letter quoting job # 2017-011 to Human Resources by June 23, 2017 to: hr@clearview.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please. The Township of Clearview is an equal opportunity employer.

Accommodation will be provided in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Please visit: www.clearview.ca

General Manager, Parks, Culture and Recreation Clearview ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-02
Province: Ontario





Manager of Operations

Manager of Operations

County of Peterborough

Organization Overview

The County of Peterborough is an upper tier municipality representing eight local municipalities. With an annual budget of $72 million, the County provides a host of services including: Planning, Public Works and Emergency Medical Services. We are a diverse community located in the heart of the Kawartha’s, recognized for a superior quality of life. 

Posting: Non-Union - Management
Postition Title: Manager of Operations
Competition Number: EX15-17
Department: Public Works - Operations Division
Salary Range/Effective Date:  $83,990 to $104,986 annually (effect. Oct. 1/16)
Position Status: Full-time Permanent
Estimated Start Date: Mid-September 2017 (est.)
Date Posted: June 5, 2017
Additional Information: 40 hrs./week
Closing Date: June 23, 2017, noon

The Job

This position at the County offers an exciting leadership opportunity to collaborate with the eight lower tier municipalities and other key stakeholders to deliver integrated and efficient road operation services that are valued by County residents. This position is an integral part of the Public Works leadership team.

What This Position Is All About

As part of the broader County Leadership Team, you offer strategic leadership, planning and administration to the Operations Division of Public Works. Specifically, you will lead a team of 3 non-unionized employees, 24 unionized employees and a number of temporary and seasonal positions.  The key areas of responsibility include road and bridge maintenance and construction, fleet management and winter control operations.  This includes the purchasing and maintenance of the related supplies, equipment, facilities and fleet required.  You will plan, co-ordinate and monitor the work in these areas and ensure the related administrative, supervisory and safety components are met.

Through your effective leadership and collaboration with three Supervisors, you will be accountable for the effective administration of all Operations related services, practices, facilities, and events that complement County service excellence and measurably enhance the County’s key performance indicators as outlined in the Strategic Plan.

For a complete job description please refer to the posting available on our website at https://www.ptbocounty.ca/en/governing/employment-opportunities

What We’re Looking For – Desired Skills and Experience

Reporting to the Director of Public Works, you are someone who is able to perform a wide variety of tasks and change focus quickly as demands change. You can present information clearly when giving instruction to staff/contractors as well as interpret complex information such as legislation and collective agreements. Equally important, you are aware of conditions that may affect the health and safety of both your staff as well as the public. You can stay objective and fair when dealing with sensitive situations, such as public complaints and labour relation issues, while maintaining a constructive working relationship.

You can utilize the time, skill and potential of direct reports as well as contractors effectively and monitor the results of different projects or assignments.  Additionally, you will maintain a high level of activity and a solution-oriented approach when dealing with interpersonal conflict, hazardous conditions, personal disappointment and time constraints.

You have strong capabilities in the areas of cross-functional collaboration, problem-solving, influencing and political astuteness, engaging staff, negotiating, and decision-making.  You are an effective coach and mentor with the ability to empower your team towards delivering exceptional service to our residents. You have a proven track record of managing high-functioning teams and have demonstrated the ability to influence, motivate and engage others in pursuit of common goals.  At the same time, you have built close relationships throughout a larger organization and with partners and key stakeholders.  Preferably you will be registered as a certified Engineering Technologist with O.A.C.E.T.T.  In addition to your post-secondary education, you will possess an Ontario Association of Roads Supervisors Certificate and have a minimum of five (5) years’ directly related municipal supervisory/management experience.   

The County of Peterborough is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. For applicants with a disability, accommodations are available in the recruitment process should you be selected to participate.  In accordance with County policy, a criminal background check will be a condition of employment.

In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, the information gathered will be used for the purpose of job selection. Any queries should be directed to Human Resources.

How to Apply:  Applications will be treated in confidence and should be submitted electronically with a resume and cover letter (only Word or PDF versions accepted) to Human Resources, County of Peterborough, via email only at hrinfo@ptbocounty.ca no later than 12:00pm (noon) on Friday, June 23, 2017.

Please be advised that due to the volume of applications received for our positions, submissions through any means other than hrinfo@ptbocounty.ca may not be considered for this competition.

 


Manager of Operations County of Peterborough ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-02
Province: Ontario





Building Services Technician

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY NOTICE

EO17-255

THE CITY OF GREATER SUDBURY

requires a

BUILDING SERVICES TECHNICIAN

Greater Sudbury

REPORTING LOCATION: TOM DAVIES SQUARE

PERMANENT POSITION

70 HOURS BI-WEEKLY

START DATE TO FOLLOW SELECTION PROCESS

The Capital Projects Section, Finance, Assets and Fleet Division, Corporate Services Department of the City of Greater Sudbury, requires a Building Services Technician.  The successful candidate must possess the qualifications and perform the duties, as set out below.  The current range of pay for this position is $33.65 to $41.30 per hour.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Successful completion of a Community College Diploma as a Technologist in a related field, (e.g. Building Sciences or Civil Engineering).
  • Certification or eligible for certification in the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).
  • Two and one half (2½) years up to and including five (5) years of directly related experience.
  • Knowledge of various computer applications, including Windows based systems, word processing, spreadsheet and database software.
  • Demonstrate ability in dealing with all aspects of municipal public works projects and facilities.
  • Ability to demonstrate organizational skills and attention to detail work.
  • Ability to demonstrate interpersonal skills in dealing with the public in a courteous and effective manner.
  • Excellent use of English; verbally and in writing.
  • French verbal and written skills and asset.
  • Satisfactory health, attendance and former employment history.
  • Must be physically capable of operating a vehicle safely, possess a valid driver’s licence, have an acceptable driving record, and personal insurance coverage.
  • Provide, at own cost, a current Criminal Record Check.
  • A Personal Information Release – Security Clearance for Service Provider form will be required.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EO17-255

BUILDING SERVICES TECHNICIAN

(PERMANENT POSITION)

DUTIES:           UNDER THE GENERAL SUPERVISION OF THE CO-ORDINATOR OF CAPITAL PROJECTS:

  1.       Develop and maintain various records and statistics with the help of a computer database for all CGS facilities including infrastructure details such as age of structure, building area, life cycle of major building components and digital photographs.

  2.       Conduct inspections of CGS buildings, and develop an ongoing projected capital building conservation plan for upcoming budget years, 5 and 10 year plan.

  3.       Act as liaison between CGS and outside agencies including consultants where applicable.

  4.       Investigate and respond to various inquiries and submit reports and/or recommendations as required.

  5.       Prepare cost and quantity estimates for proposed projects.

  6.       Develop and prepare design plans/specifications for proposed work relating to structures and other incidental items.

  7.       Review various submissions and drawings submitted to ensure conformity with current practices and standards and ensure compatibility in equipment or material being proposed.

  8.       Supervise the contractor(s) during construction to ensure public safety, quality control, productivity and ensure that conditions of the agreement or contract are being satisfied.

  9.       Administer the projects to successful completion in accordance with scheduling and approved budget.

10.        Review the work for final acceptance, arrange for payment and comment on the reduction and release of security deposits as warranted.

11.        Lead, guide and train temporary staff and students.

12.        Provide technical assistance to other departments.

13.        Develop and maintain a thorough working knowledge of CGS’s Safety Manual and the applicable Provincial Legislation listed therein.

14.        Perform other related duties as required.

Note: *A Criminal Record Check, as well as a Personal Information Release - Security Clearance for Service Provider Form, will be requested by the Hiring Manager should you be the candidate of choice.  Please do not submit these forms with your application.*

Qualified candidates should submit their résumé in confidence by MONDAY, JUNE 26TH, 2017 at 4:30 PM to: Citizen Service Centre, The City of Greater Sudbury, PO Box 5000, Station A, 200 Brady Street, Sudbury, Ontario, P3A 5P3, Facsimile number: 705-673-7219 or by e-mail to: hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca.  Any application received after this deadline will not be considered. Please reference the Employment Opportunity number (EO17-255) on your resume.

The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment, and welcomes submissions from all qualified applicants.

Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of determining suitability for this competition only in accordance with The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. 
All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If contacted, and you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, you must advise the Hiring Manager.

 


Building Services Technician Greater Sudbury Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-26
Date Posted: 2017-06-05
Province: Ontario





Director of Community Services

WESTBANK FIRST NATION

Employment Opportunity

THE FOLLOWING POSITION IS AVAILABLE WITHIN WESTBANK FIRST NATION.  IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 20.1 OF THE WFN CONSTITUTION AND SECTION 3.1 OF THE WFN PERSONNEL POLICY, PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO QUALIFIED WFN MEMBERS WHO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION.

Director of Community Services  

Westbank First Nation   

TITLE: Director of Community Services                            
MINIMUM SALARY: Commensurate with experience                     

DEPARTMENT: Community Services          
TERM: Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:

Reporting directly to the CAO/Director of Operations, the Director of Community Services will participate in the strategic planning and direction of the Community Services department; plan, develop, and implement assigned community programs; and oversee the daily operations of the department.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Plans, manages, directs, and controls program operations including the establishment of the strategic and operational work plan, program goals, objectives, success indicators and measures, protocols, directives and guidelines; monitors program direction, delivery, costs, results and oversees program reporting and evaluation
  • Develops and builds capacity of staff through delegation of responsibilities and regular feedback; provides development opportunities and technical direction
  • Manages responsibilities for all Community Services department staff including recommendation and implementation of staffing, performance management, succession planning, and training and development
  • Plans, administers, and monitors budgets for programs and services
  • Provides creative leadership through consultation with an effective departmental team
  • Identifies and researches opportunities for new funding sources and writes or oversees the development of funding proposals
  • Develops and maintains effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including management, staff, Chief and Council, governments, regional health authorities, and other Aboriginal organizations
  • Develops and oversees service contracts and contractors to ensure safety, service quality, cost-effectiveness, and timely execution
  • Oversees management and operations of Sensisyusten School and Westbank Child Development Center
  • Develops public relations strategies, presentations, and promotional materials in consultation with the Manager of Economic Development and Communications
  • Participates and regularly acts as a spokesperson on assigned service area issues and responds to concerns and queries raised by the CAO/Director of Operations, Council, staff, and community members
  • Represents and advocates for the Community Services programs and staff in its day to day relationships with all community service institutions, governments, and local entities
  • Implements program management with staff and promotes the effective use of the Westbank First Nation’s governance model while continuing to achieve the highest standard of community services
  • Assumes responsibility for the preparation of all service area reports and provides information to the CAO/Director of Operations of relevant national, regional, and provincial community service activities
  • Performs all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Westbank First Nation policies, standards and procedures, and as directed by the CAO/Director of Operations
  • Maintains strict confidentiality on all matters relating to the affairs of the Westbank First Nation
QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Post-secondary degree in health and wellness or related health field from an accredited university
  • Minimum ten (10) years of experience in health service program planning within a municipal sector and previous strategic management experience
  • Previous management experience with program and budget development
  • Working knowledge of governance within a First Nation community
  • Cultural competency and knowledge of First Nation traditions and practices
  • Ability to maintain a client focused culture at all times
  • Effective problem solving and interpersonal communication skills when working with individuals, groups, and organizations
  • Demonstrated leadership qualities with the ability to influence others in the creation and delivery of programs, funding, and research initiatives; ability to engage community members to seek involvement and commitment to existing and new community health program initiatives
  • Proven history of successful community project planning, initiation, operation, and evaluation
  • Demonstrated negotiation, dispute, and conflict resolution skills
  • Proficient knowledge with computer software and hardware and other communications equipment
  • Availability and flexibility to work evenings, weekends, and overtime as required; may require occasional overnight travel
  • Valid BC Driver's License and acceptable driver’s abstract
  • Acceptable Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search

A competitive salary and benefits package is offered. Further information can be obtained at www.wfn.ca by navigating to the Human Resources page (Departments>Human Resources) or by visiting the Employment Opportunities tab located in the top right hand corner of the homepage.

Interested applicants should email an application form, cover letter, and resume by Friday, June 23, 2017. Please reference #17-4 and indicate clearly in your covering letter where you saw this posting and how your experience and qualifications meet the requirements of the position.

*Incomplete and/or late submissions will not be accepted*

Recruitment/Training & Development Coordinator

Westbank First Nation
301-515 Hwy 97 South, Kelowna, BC V1Z 3J2

Fax:  (250) 769-4377
Email: careers@wfn.ca

 


Director of Community Services Westbank First Nation British Columbia

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-05
Province: British Columbia





Manager of Planning

MANAGER OF PLANNING

MACKENZIE MUNICIPAL SERVICES AGENCY

MACKENZIE MUNICIPAL SERVICES AGENCY CAREER OPPORTUNITY MANAGER OF PLANNING
The Mackenzie Municipal Services Agency (MMSA) is offering an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated professional planner as we continue to grow within the region. The MMSA provides municipal, regional and subdivision planning services to twelve (rural and urban) municipalities in northwestern Alberta.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The incumbent will serve in leadership capacity on the MMSA team and will be afforded an array of community planning, development and supervisory responsibilities. Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinating the design, implementation and management of varying planning projects;
  • Providing regional, municipal and subdivision planning advice;
  • Engagement with community organizations, presentations to elected officials
  •  Undertaking special projects such as park design, concept plans, redevelopment work
  • Providing day-to-day advice to municipal councils and staff;
  • Undertaking planning research on specialized initiatives and proposed bylaw amendments;
  • Assist in strategic planning and development of agency’s role within the region.

This position will also serve to provide ongoing guidance, review and direction to junior/intermediate planning staff and work in close cooperation with our GIS department. The position will benefit an individual seeking to work in both rural and urban environments, as well as those looking for exposure in leading and directing current and long range planning initiatives.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

• Masters Planning degree from a recognized planning institution
• Canadian Institute of Planners membership is preferred
• Minimum of 7 to 10 years progressive planning experience
• Strong management and supervisory skills
• Strong time management, organizational and inter-personal skills
• Knowledge and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with mapping and GIS based programs
• Valid Class 5 Driver’s Licence

TERMS AND BENEFITS

This is a full time position which includes an excellent benefits package and competitive salary.
Please submit a detailed resume and cover letter to karen.diebert@mmsa.ca or by mailing to:
Karen Diebert, Manager
Mackenzie Municipal Services Agency
P.O. Box 450
BERWYN, ALBERTA T0H 0E0
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.


Manager of Planning Mackenzie Municipal Services Agency Berwyn Alberta

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-06
Province: Alberta





Project Manager II - Water & Wastewater Planning

Project Manager II - Water & Wastewater Planning

Halton Region

Department: Public Works

Division: Infrastructure Planning and Policy

Position: Project Manager II - Water & Wastewater Planning

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.

This is a permanent full-time position working 35 hours per week.

Purpose:

Reporting to the Supervisor of Water & Wastewater Planning, the Project Manager is responsible for leading Region-wide water/wastewater infrastructure servicing studies and long term growth related capital implementation plans.  Key undertakings include the completion of Master Servicing Plans, Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Studies, Development Charges Technical studies and infrastructure staging plans which are integral to the Region’s Development Charges Bylaw and Allocation Programs.

Preferred Background:

The successful applicant must possess post-secondary education in Environmental Studies/Sciences or Engineering, along with Certification in Ontario as a Professional Engineers Ontario (P.Eng.) or a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.). The individual must possess a minimum of three to five (3-5) years of progressive experience planning and designing municipal water and wastewater infrastructure along with proven knowledge of the principles and practices of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) process. Strong project management, strategic planning, organization, analytical, and problem solving skills are required. Excellent oral/written communication and negotiation skills are required to interface with various stakeholders including councilors, regional staff, consultants, contractors, and the general public. Knowledge of computer software including IPFS, MS-Access, ArcInfo, ArcView, SAP and MS-Office is an asset. Project Management Certification (PMP) and familiarity with water & wastewater hydraulic modeling and SCADA control systems would be an asset. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

Duties:
  • Conduct effective, efficient and environmentally responsible project management of water and wastewater infrastructure through the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) process and conceptual engineering design (i.e. Master Planning, Project-specific Municipal Class EA Studies).
  • Provide water and wastewater program input into the Development Charges Bylaw process, which reflects the most beneficial servicing strategy for the community and accurately reflects the cost to construct that infrastructure.
  • Assist with carrying out annual monitoring of available capacity of water & wastewater infrastructure and the ability to service growth needs in support of the Allocation Program.
  • Support integrated Planning processes by providing direction and technical feedback to Planning partners regarding development applications, Secondary / Tertiary Plans, Areas Servicing Plans, Functional Servicing Reports, and Local Municipal Plans in order to support Region-wide development growth needs.
  • Cultivate strong communicative relationships with staff of appropriate provincial ministries, adjacent municipalities and the local municipalities of Halton Region through developed and demonstrated professionalism, awareness, political acuity and responsive communications.
  • Assist with the preparation of staff reports and recommendations to Regional Council on all matters dealing with municipal water and wastewater infrastructure planning.
  • Participate in the development of and execute assignments as per the Water & Wastewater Planning team’s strategic annual business plan.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Posted:  June 6, 2017
Posting Expires:  June 27, 2017
Posting #: PW-237-17

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


Project Manager II - Water & Wastewater Planning Halton Region Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-27
Date Posted: 2017-06-06
Province: Ontario





Real Estate Law Clerk

Real Estate Law Clerk

City of Markham

The City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities. The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability. More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life. Join us and make a difference!

The Real Estate Law Clerk is responsible for completing all aspects of real estate acquisition, disposition and lease transactions under the supervision of the Assistant City Solicitor responsible for real estate. As a member of the Legal Services Administrative Support team, this position will also provide administrative support to solicitors and back-up support to the administrative assistants and clerks within the Legal Services Department and the Manager Real Property on an as-needed basis.

Key Duties/Responsibilities
  • Complete all aspects of a real estate transactions including, without limitation, the preparation of closing agendas, title and off-title searching, keeping track of critical dates, preparing requisition letters, drafting closing documents and closing or terminating the transaction.
  • Provide assistance to other administrative assistants on preparing documents for registration in Teraview
  • Provide administrative assistance to the City Solicitor and the Assistant City Solicitor responsible for real estate in the Legal Services Department including filing, photocopying, managing calendars, booking meetings and drafting general correspondence.
  • Provide back-up administrative support to other lawyers and administrative staff within the Legal Services Department and the Manager of Real Property, including assisting with administering development agreements on an as-needed basis.
  • Occasionally draft staff reports pertaining to real property matters, including, without limitation, reports to declare lands surplus to municipal purposes and reporting out to the public of completed real estate transactions.
  • Respond to inquiries relating to real property and developments matters from other City departments and external sources, including responding to requests for title searches from other City departments.
  • Expected to gain experience (cross training) in administering development agreements by learning from colleagues in the department
  • Other duties as assigned.
Requirement Skills and Competencies
  • Ability to work independently and exercise responsibility for efficient carriage of real estate acquisition and disposition files from start to finish, under supervision of Assistant City Solicitor.
  • Resourcefulness and problem solving skills is required.
  • Strong interpersonal skills: ability to build relationships with members of department and internal staff at the City.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • Proven ability to work well under pressure in a fast paced, complex and demanding political environment.
  • Demonstrate a high level of professionalism with good judgment and the ability to deal with highly sensitive issues with confidentiality, tact and discretion.
  • Well developed computer skills in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and excellent keyboarding capability.
  • Must possess a positive outlook and have a desire to learn new skills and a willingness to adapt existing skills to the needs of the department.
Education and Experience
  • Successful completion of a community college diploma in a Law Clerk or related program.
  • 5 years or more experience as a commercial real estate law clerk.
  • Extensive knowledge of how to complete commercial acquisitions and dispositions of real property, including fee simple interests and easements.
  • Extensive knowledge of Teraview and conveyancing.
  • Experience in preparing documents in connection with municipal subdivision and site plan control approval an asset.

For more information and to apply online by June 25, 2017, please visit our website at markham.ca/jobs.

We are committed to inclusive employment practices.

Real Estate Law Clerk Markham ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-25
Date Posted: 2017-06-07
Province: Ontario





Municipal Advisor

Municipal Advisor

Ministry of Municipal Affairs/Ministry of Housing

Do you want to have an impact on building Ontario's strong communities? If so, then join our team of professionals and work alongside Ontario's municipal policy and legislative experts within a progressive collaborative culture at the Ministry of Municipal Affairs/Ministry of Housing, Western Regional Office.

What can I expect to do in this role?

We are seeking an individual with a strong municipal background to:

  • provide a full range of advisory/program management services related to municipal organization, fiscal and administrative management
  • provide advice to clients and make recommendations on a wide variety of issues, including policies and related legislation affecting local government and provincial interests
  • coordinate service delivery and deliver education and training

Location: London

How do I qualify?

Mandatory

  • driver's licence needed to travel to areas not served by public transit

Knowledge:

  • experience dealing with local government issues, including municipal finance, structure and administration related to provincial interests
  • proven knowledge of/experience in community development, financial management and analysis
  • ability to apply and interpret legislation related to municipal activities such as the Municipal Act, Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, and Municipal Elections Act

Communication skills:

  • written communication skills to prepare briefing material/correspondence
  • oral communication skills to respond to inquiries and provide advice and/or best practice
  • ability to build consensus, negotiate and resolve conflict
  • presentation skills to deliver training sessions

Judgement, research and analytical skills:

  • analytical skills to undertake research and evaluate municipal governance programs and operational issues
  • ability to use sound judgement to provide advice to clients and municipalities

Organizational skills:

  • demonstrated organizational skills and initiative to independently prioritize and complete assignments to deadline
  • ability to manage competing demands and multi-task as well as coordinate workshops and training sessions

Other skills:

  • demonstrated ability to work successfully in team environments and fast-paced, cross-functional working groups
  • proficiency using a computer and a variety of software packages such as word processing, spreadsheet and presentation

Salary Range: $1,242.72 - $1,563.16 per week

Additional information:

  • 1 Permanent, 659 Exeter Rd, London, West Region

Please apply online, only, by Wednesday, June 28, 2017, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 108650 in the Job ID search field. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.

If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

www.ontario.ca/careers

 


Municipal Advisor Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing

Expiry Date: 2017-06-28
Date Posted: 2017-06-07
Province: Ontario





Development Officer II

Development Officer II

City of Grande Prairie AB

If you are ready for new opportunities and big horizons, the City of Grande Prairie offers a unique lifestyle in the bright and colourful landscape in the heart of Alberta’s Peace Country.  Home to more than 63,000 people in a growing and diverse community, the City and surrounding area offers numerous year round opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.

In 2013, the City of Grande Prairie was recognized by Alberta Venture magazine as the best workplace in the 100-750 employees category.  We are an organization that believes in work/life balance and the health and wellness of all of our employees.  To put it simply, the City of Grande Prairie is an excellent place to work. 

As a Senior Development Officer, you will be working within the Planning and Development Department.  In addition to the functions outlined below, the successful candidate will be exposed to the planning process and will have opportunities to participate in the development process from a green field all the way to the final development. 

Functions

Reporting to the Development Permitting Supervisor, the Development Officer II will:

  • Work as part of the team to guide, evaluate, and issue decisions on applications for development;
  • Provide advice and recommendations to Council Committee on applications for variances, discretionary uses and development permits;
  • Provide advice on Land Use Bylaw amendments;
  • Provide guidance and assistance to the Development Officer I position and Development Permitting Assistants;
  • Comment on applications subject to the Intermunicipal Development Plan referral process;
  • Consult with City Council, the general public, industry stakeholders and other external agencies.
Qualifications and Experience
  • Post-secondary degree in Land Use Planning or related degree and three to five years’ experience in a municipal planning environment. A combination of relevant education and experience may be considered.
  • Previous experience processing complex development permit applications, including commercial and industrial projects.
  • Registered Professional Planner with the Alberta Professional Planners Institute and/or the Canadian Institute of Planners membership is preferred.
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of Land Use Bylaws, the Development Permitting process, and relationship to the Municipal Development Plan, other statutory plans, the Building Safety Codes process and relevant municipal and provincial legislation.
  • Excellent critical thinking and ability to negotiate complex development permit applications on logical, ethical and practical grounds with a focus on resolution.
  • Outstanding Interpersonal and Customer Service Skills; professional, tactful, diplomatic.
  • Strong computer skills (MS Office), familiarity with online Land Titles information and registry system, CityView electronic permitting system and GIS applications considered an asset.
  • Possession of a valid Class 5 Alberta Driver’s License.

Job Base Location:  City Service Centre – 9505 – 112 Street

Salary/Wage:  Salary ranges from $41.01 to $49.92 per hour (40 hour work week).  The City of Grande Prairie offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Application Process:  Applicants must apply online at www.cityofgp.com - no other form of application will be accepted.

Applications are being accepted until 4:30pm on June 30, 2017

The City of Grande Prairie thanks all applicants, however, only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted.

 


Development Officer II Grande Prairie AB

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-07
Province: Alberta





Deputy Chief Building Official

Deputy Chief Building Official

Township of North Glengarry

The Township of North Glengarry is a full service municipality with over 10,000 residents, within an hour of both Ottawa and Montreal. With a perfect mix of rural lifestyle, impressive cultural and recreational amenities and easy access to larger centres, North Glengarry is a perfect place to raise a family and build a career.

Reporting to the CBO / Planning Director, the Deputy CBO is responsible for performing plans examinations, processing building permit applications, conducting building inspections as well as enforcement and communication of the municipal property standards by-law.

The ideal candidate would be fluently bilingual, certified by the Ministry for inspections and possess superior written and interpersonal skills as well as a proven ability to perform in a dynamic environment with tact and diplomacy. Based on succession planning, the role of Deputy CBO may develop into the Township’s CBO over time. 

Salary

Salary may vary based on qualifications of the successful candidate. 2017 salary range for the position will be $67,203 to $77,151 / year with a comprehensive municipal benefits package.

Qualifications
  • Minimum three (3) years’ experience working in a building inspector capacity in a municipal government environment or an acceptable equivalent experience
  • Successful completion of the provincially mandated examination program administered by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing related to Power and Duties of a CBO/RCA
  • A post-secondary education in architectural technology or construction engineering technology an asset.
  • Ability to perform intermediate math calculations and read and interpret blueprints, site plans, and grading plans.
  • Excellent interpersonal, public relations and communication
  • Excellent time management, record-keeping and computer literacy skills required
  • Valid “G” Level Driver’s Licence in good standing
  • Bilingualism would be a significant asset.
Application Process

All interested applicants must forward a cover letter and resume by 3:00 p.m. (EST) Friday, June 30, 2017 via regular mail or email. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Att. CAO / Clerk – Daniel Gagnon   Re. Deputy CBO position
cao@northglengarry.ca
90 Main Street South  Alexandria,  Ontario      K0C 1A0

The Township of North Glengarry is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance. Personal information is being collected pursuant to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be used only for candidate selection. Questions about this collection should be directed to the attention of the CAO at the address shown.

Deputy Chief Building Official (CBO) Township of North Glengarry

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-07
Province: Ontario





Vice President Administration

Vice-President, Administration

Laurentian University Sudbury

It’s a great time to be at Laurentian University: completing $206 million in capital investments initiated since 2011; having reached record enrolment of 9,600 students; having secured four eight-figure investments from generous philanthropists for its Bharti School of Engineering, Harquail School of Earth Sciences, Goodman School of Mines and McEwen School of Architecture; and proud host of a $104 million Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF) program. Laurentian is on the ascent as one of Canada’s most dynamic universities, now ranking among Canada’s Top 10 primarily undergraduate universities.   

Surrounded by five picturesque lakes in Greater Sudbury on the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek First Nation, Laurentian offers a wonderful and welcoming environment and the platform on which teaching and research excellence can flourish and life can truly be enjoyed.

The Vice-President, Administration has played and will continue to play a core role in Laurentian’s success. You will lead a significant administrative portfolio, which includes 133 full-time employees and responsibility for a budget of $182 million. You will help deliver on Laurentian’s 2018-2023 Strategic Plan expected to be finalized in December. Your role will be broad and varied, inspiring and guiding six seasoned senior leaders in financial services, human resources and organizational development, facility services, information technology, campus safety, as well as equity, diversity and human rights. You will play an important leadership and governance role supporting and providing trusted counsel to the President and Vice-Chancellor, the Executive Team, the Board of Governors and Senate of the University and to its Northern Ontario School of Medicine on key administrative matters.

As the ideal candidate, you are a highly strategic, administrative leader with a record of success enhancing an organization’s financial health and managing a professional team within a large, complex, multi-stakeholder context. You have a breadth and depth of knowledge, skills and experience that span the full portfolio of administration. You inspire the confidence of stakeholders in developing multi-year resource plans to implement strategic directions.

The Laurentian community, including its students, faculty, staff, governors, alumni and partners, will value: your passion for the student experience and higher learning; your authentic, inclusive and approachable style; your ability to create calm when faced with pressure, uncertainty and stress; your bias to action and commitment to follow through; your courage and confidence to make difficult and, at times, unpopular decisions; and your ability to provide timely, strategic, relevant and succinct advice.

This position requires functional bilingualism (English/French). An exemption may be considered if the candidate commits to acquire the necessary linguistic competence. Laurentian is committed to employment equity, welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons and persons with disabilities. Laurentian is a bilingual institution and an equal opportunity employer. Information can be found at www.laurentian.ca. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

For further information about this leadership role, please contact Michael Naufal and Jessa Chupik at jchupik@boyden.com.

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

 

 


Vice President Administration Sudbury Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-07
Date Posted: 2017-06-07
Province: Ontario





Municipal Law Enforcement Officer

Municipal Law Enforcement Officer

Township of Tay

The Township of Tay is located in north Simcoe County on the shores of Severn Sound (Georgian Bay) with a permanent population of 10,000.  Tay is a rural and small urban municipality, and includes the communities of Port McNicoll, Victoria Harbour, Waubaushene and Waverley.

Reporting to the Fire Chief, the duties of the Municipal Law Enforcement Officer include effective enforcement and compliance with the Municipality’s by-laws.

Responsibilities include ensuring the proper and consistent enforcement and compliance of the Township’s by-laws, conducting site inspections and gathering evidence, responding to general inquires and dealing with complaints, maintaining and organizing inspection reports, preparing summons and court briefs, drafting regulatory by-laws,  issuing Part I tickets as appropriate and carrying out ongoing patrols and surveillance of the Township.

The successful applicant must have a two year Community College diploma in Law and Security, knowledge of the Provincial Offences Act and enforcement procedures as well as investigation practices and procedures. Minimum two years municipal by-law enforcement experience and a valid Driver’s License are required. Basic computer skills (Windows, MS Office, MS Access, etc.) are necessary.

The compensation for this position includes a comprehensive benefit package and a pay range of $27.74 to $32.66 per hour.  The base work week is 35 hours, with some irregular hours and weekends.

Applicants are requested to submit a detailed résumé in confidence to the undersigned by Friday, June 23rd at 4:00 p.m.

Brian Thomas
Fire Chief/CEMC
Township of Tay
450 Park Street, P.O. Box 100
Victoria Harbour, Ontario. L0K 2A0
bthomas@tay.ca

We thank all applicants who apply, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, will only be used for candidate selection. 

The Township of Tay is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free environment. Accommodation will be provided in all steps of the hiring process. Please advise the Township of Tay if you require any accommodations to ensure you can participate fully and equally during the recruitment and selection process.


Municipal Law Enforcement Officer Township of Tay Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-08
Province: Ontario





Senior Planner

Senior Planner

Cornwall Ontario

   The City of Cornwall is a progressive community of 47,000 situated on the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Eastern Ontario.  Cornwall boasts a modern economy led by forward thinkers and offers an extensive array of urban amenities making it an excellent place to build a career and raise a family. 

The Planning Division is seeking a Senior Planner to assist in all Planning functions and provide Planning advice for the Municipality. Reporting to the Division Manger of Planning, the position will take on a leadership role within the Division and manage major policy and land use projects including Official Plan review and Zoning By-law consolidations, as well as oversee significant developments.

The main responsibilities of the Senior Planner is to supervise, review, process, research, consult and prepare reports on all development applications including zoning, Official Plan, subdivisions, site plans, Waterfront, Urban Design, severances and variances for the Planning Advisory Committee and the Committee of Adjustment.

Preferred candidates will have a degree in Urban Planning or a related discipline, a minimum of 4-7 years experience in the Municipal planning environment, and have a Registered Professional Planner ( RPP ) designation with the Ontario Professional Planners Institute. The individual will have excellent public relations, customer service, interpersonal, project/time management, analytical, problem solving, and presentation skills, with a demonstrated ability in effective communication and relation with other departments, agencies, council, stake holders   and the community. 

The City of Cornwall offers a competitive salary starting at $40.12 per hour plus a comprehensive benefits package.

The deadline for submissions is July 6, 2017.  Please submit your resume and proof of qualifications in confidence to:

careers@cornwall.ca quoting File: 17-31 Senior Planner

 

The Corporation of The City of Cornwall is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

 

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.  Information collected will be handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.


Senoir Planner Corneall Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-08
Province: Ontario





Director of Information Technology

                                                             

DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Sudbury Ontario

The City of Greater Sudbury, Information Technology Division, is currently inviting applications for the permanent position of Director of Information Technology in the Corporate Services Department.                   

Main Function: 

Responsible to the General Manager of Corporate Services for the complete management, direction and operation of the Information Technology Division, in support of quality customer service outcomes and the Business Plan for the Division.

The position fulfils both a corporate controllership role for the Information Technology function and a business partnership role with all CGS Departments.

Candidates will possess the following minimum qualifications/experience:
  • University degree in a related discipline from a recognized university with Canadian accreditation.
  • Additional education initiatives to update and expand competencies and remain current in the field.
  • A Master’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or a related business degree (e.g. B.B.A., B.
  • Comm.) would be considered an asset.
  • Minimum of eight (8) years directly related experience at a senior level in a large, unionized and highly diversified public or private section organization including four (4) years managing a similar function.
  • Municipal experience is desirable.
Knowledge of:
  • Development, execution and monitoring of long term strategic plans.
  • Best practices in information technology.
  • Current and emerging trends in the information technology sector.
  • Project management, business process analysis and system redesign.

 

The current salary range for this permanent position is $4,461.92 to $5,254.42 bi-weekly.

For more detailed information on this permanent position, please visit our website at www.greatersudbury.ca/jobs

 

Qualified candidates should submit their resumes in confidence by TUESDAY, JUNE 27TH, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. to:  Citizen Services Centre, c/o The City of Greater Sudbury, P.O. Box 5000, Station “A”, 200 Brady Street, Sudbury, Ontario P3A 5P3 or by fax: (705) 673-7219 or by e-mail to:  hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca

Please ensure to clearly indicate the competition number (EO17-257) on your resume.

The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment, and welcomes submissions from all qualified applicants.

All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  Personal information submitted will be used for the purposes of determining suitability for this competition only and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If contacted, and you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, you must advise the Hiring Manager.

 


Director of Information Technology Sudbury Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-27
Date Posted: 2017-06-08
Province: Ontario





Manager of Environmental Services

Manager of Environmental Services

The Corporation of the Town of Lakeshore

Reporting to the Director of Engineering and Infrastructure Services, the Manager of Environmental 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.cano later than noon on Thursday, July 6, 2017 clearly indicating Manager of Environmental Services in the subject line. This is a non-union position.  The salary is $86,310 to $100,969 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 Environmental Services Lakeshore Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-08
Province: Ontario





Temporary Assistant City Solicitor

 

Temporary Assistant City Solicitor

City of Brantford

Legal and Real Estate Department
Job ID# 381

Reporting to the City Solicitor, the Assistant City Solicitor will be responsible for: a broad range of legal matters, including providing legal advice and opinions related to all facets of the City's operations and administration; written reports and oral presentations to Council, its Committees and Boards; appearing before various courts and administrative tribunals, including the OMB, WSIAT and HRTO; advising on Employment Agreements and Collective Bargaining, Discipline and Dismissals, Harassment and Discrimination issues, and Occupational Health and Safety; drafting and reviewing municipal contracts, by-laws, agreements, policies and procedures; and undertaking other legal tasks as assigned. Experience advising with respect to Engineering Projects, Environmental Services, Fleet and Transit, and Operational Services is a definite asset.

Qualifications:

• Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) or Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree
• Membership in good standing as a Lawyer Licensee with the Law Society of Upper Canada
• 3-5 years' experienceApracticing municipal law is required
• Excellent interpersonal,Acommunication, drafting and computer skills, and the ability to communicate to staff colleagues in a supportive manner
• Excellent analytical, problem solving and conflict resolution skills
• Sound judgment, tact, diplomacyAand patience
• Ability to work collaboratively and maintain composure under pressure
• Aptitude and motivation for continuous learning and a strong desire to achieve progress is essential

SALARY RANGE: $87,908 to $109,885 per hour (based on a 33.75 hour work week) plus benefits

To apply on-line, please visit the City of Brantford website at http://careers.brantford.ca and click on Current Opportunities.

Closing date for applications: Thursday, June 29th, 2017, at 4:30 p.m.

Information gathered relative to this position will only be used for candidate selection.

We thank each applicant for taking the time and effort to submit your resume, however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

Our organization is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.  Applicants need to make their required accommodations known in advance.

 


Temporary Assistant City Solicitor Brantford Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-29
Date Posted: 2017-06-08
Province: Ontario





Coordinator Maintenance & Projects

                                                            

Coordinator, Maintenance & Projects

Niagara Parks

PRESERVING a rich heritage, CONSERVING natural wonders, INSPIRING people, worldwide

Niagara Parks is one of the largest employers in the Niagara Region, with over 1,600 full time and seasonal employees! Our team is comprised of energetic and friendly staff who provide our visitors from around the world with exceptional quality service. Our professional and dynamic team thrive in a fast-paced environment and enjoy working with people. We are always looking for enthusiastic individuals who share our mission of preserving the nature and heritage of the Niagara River corridor and who are interested in growing their career with a company dedicated to conserving Niagara’s natural wonders and inspiring people world-wide.

As a working Supervisor and under the general supervision of the Senior  Director, Engineering, Parking & Transportation and within established policies, procedures and guidelines to; supervise, direct, oversee, organize, schedule and coordinate the assignment of engineering departmental staff members and/or contractors for the effective and efficient completion of day-to-day facility maintenance, operational, and project coordination activities on all NPC buildings. To liaise with contractors, NPC vendors of record, internal and external departmental staff, supervisors, manager and/or directors to coordinate work. To monitor costs and productivity levels to ensure budget requirements are met and to provide input and recommendations for implementing operational changes.  To respond to inquiries and complaints and perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Education: Community College Diploma or equivalent knowledge and experience. Must have one or more Ministry of Colleges and Universities Certificate of Qualification(s) from the Construction Sector of trades (one of which must be from a compulsory trade) Working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and regulations. A valid Class "G" driver’s license,  Knowledge of and ability to operate basic computer software applications including Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and to conduct research using the internet. Analytical skills, strong organizational and coordination skills related to operational activities. Developed interpersonal/communication and team building skills.

Experience:

Five (5) years of related experience in a management capacity (or approved equivalent), coupled with two (2) years on the job. Previous supervisory, leadership and project coordination experience including planning, coordinating, organizing and delegating work of internal staff and external contractors. Related experience in project coordination, planning, staffing, budgeting, preparing reports and maintaining records. Excellent administrative, analytical and problem solving skills to resolve issues effectively. Strong interpersonal/communication and team building skills.  Ability to deal with staff/visitors/public with tact, diplomacy and courtesy. Must be familiar with buildings and building systems. Must have experience and be familiar with building, plumbing, electrical and gas codes and have detailed knowledge of electrical, heating, plumbing, carpentry, masonry, welding and fabrication trades with respect to operational, maintenance and construction practices and procedures. Excellent project coordination/ organizational/ multi-tasking/ work prioritization skills.

Niagara Parks offers an annual salary of $70,293 to $83,959 as well as a comprehensive benefit and pension plan. 

To apply for this position, please create a profile and submit a resume through our Career Portal by following the link: http://niagaraparks.com/employment/ .  Applications for this position will be accepted until June 29, 2017.

We are an equal opportunity employer.  In accordance with AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005), the Niagara Parks Commission (NPC) will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.  If you require disability – related accommodations, please inform the Human Resources (HR) staff.  All personal information is collected under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.   We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  To request an alternate format, please contact Niagara Parks at (905) 295-4377, or by email to accessibility@niagaraparks.com, or by TTY, Local (905) 356-5672, or Toll–free 1-855-356-5672.

Coordinator Maintenance & Projects Niagara Region ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-29
Date Posted: 2017-06-14
Province: Ontario





Engineering Technologist/Inspector

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIST / INSPECTOR

City of Markham

The City of Markham is a dynamic and change-oriented leader among Canadian municipalities. The recipient of multiple environmental awards, we are recognized for our innovative sustainability and urban planning initiatives as much as for our fiscal accountability. More than 320,000 residents call Markham home and benefit from our rich heritage, culturally diverse environment, vibrant local economy and focus on quality of life. Join us and make a difference!

Reporting to the Manager, Municipal Inspections, you will carry out the inspection of new municipal infrastructure within plans of subdivision, site plans and servicing projects including storm sewers, sanitary sewers, road work, water main, storm water management facilities, lot grading etc. to ensure compliance with the approved design, agreements, City standards and practices.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Carries out on site quality control inspections of new municipal infrastructure construction with plans of subdivision, site plans and servicing projects including providing technical assistance and instruction to contractors, consulting engineers and others in interpreting and ensuring conformity with the approved drawings and specifications.
  • Initiates site instructions, changes notices and field revisions to correct errors and omissions in design relative to site conditions.
  • Assists in the administration of subdivision, site plan, development and construction agreements.
  • Reviews financial security requirements and prepares security reduction requests related to subdivision, site plan, development and construction agreements.
  • Reviews traffic control and construction management plans and ensures measures are implemented during construction.
  • Maintains subdivision and site plan records and files including project deficiencies in Amanda and takes appropriate action to ensure timely and proper completion of works to City standards.
  • Coordinates and participates in project pre-construction and progress site meetings.
  • Assists Manager with respect to investigating and responding to inquiries and/or complaints from staff, elected officials, residents and other approval agencies.
  • Reviews request for building permit issuance with respect to the availability of completed municipal services within plans of subdivision. Confirms status of servicing to Manager and enters data into AMANDA.
  • Coordinates and inspects water main commissioning and testing with Waterworks Department in accordance with City procedures.
  • Reviews sewer video inspection reports, identifies and follows up on required deficiency repairs and recommends to Manager the acceptance of sewers.
  • Reviews/Inspects and recommends to Manager, acceptance and/or assumption of constructed municipal infrastructure including the review of agreements to ensure the completion of all requirements and conditions.
  • Reviews “As Constructed” drawings and infrastructure inventory of the subdivision.
  • Provides technical input to City standards, design criteria, specifications and construction guidelines updates/revisions including providing research to new procedures and practices.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Community college diploma in Civil Engineering Technology.
  • Eligible for membership as a Technologist in OACETT with a minimum of five years related municipal infrastructure servicing and construction experience (preferably in a municipal or consulting engineering environment. Membership in OACETT as a Certified Engineering Technologist an asset).
  • Considerable experience, knowledge and understanding in civil engineering principals with emphasis on the design and construction of storm sewers, sanitary sewers, roadwork, water mains, storm water management facilities.
  • Demonstrated ability to read and interpret technical drawings, plans and standards.
  • Experience in the administration of subdivision and site plan agreements.
  • Experience in project and contract management and administration.
  • Experience in the preparation of contract specifications, tenders and quotations.
  • Ability to liaison and communicate effectively with the residents, member of council, staff and other departments, developers, contractors, utilities and other approval agencies.
  • Experience and effective utilization of a variety of software/database applications including Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Power Point; experience with project management, Amanda, ACR, CADD, On Point etc. an asset.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform manual and computerized mathematical calculations used in engineering analysis.
  • Commitment and demonstrated ability to provide a high quality customer focused service while working in a team oriented environment.
  • Ability to respond to inquiries from the public and to clearly communicate verbally and in writing with engineering staff and stakeholders on technical issues.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and to organize and coordinate multiple assignments.
  • Excellent working knowledge of the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act, Trenching Safety, Fall Protection, Confined Space Entry and Retrieval, Ontario Traffic Manual Book 7 and Ontario Provincial Standard and Specifications.
  • Knowledge of municipal by-laws that apply to public right of ways and related legislation and regulations.
  • Knowledgeable in the Ontario Drinking Water Quality Requirements and the commissioning of new water mains.
  • As conditions of employment, you will be required to provide a satisfactory driver's abstract and a satisfactory medical assessment, related to the duties of the position, by a medical doctor.

For more information and to apply online by June 30, 2017, please visit our website at markham.ca/jobs.

We are committed to inclusive employment practices.

 

 


Engineering Technologist/Inspector Markham Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-09
Province: Ontario





Division Manager IV Water Engineering

Division Manager IV, Water Engineering

City of London

 Environmental & Engineering Services
 Permanent, Full-time
File #:   M-52-17E

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:

Reporting to the Director, Water & Wastewater, the Division Manager, Water Engineering supports the growth and sustainability of the potable water system in the City of London with accountability for engineering matters relating to the supply and distribution system, including expansion and modifications to the water treatment, pumping stations, and distribution facilities for these systems and other related environmental matters.

Work Performed:

Plan, organize, direct staff and water engineering functions for the Division, including infrastructure development, asset management, project plan and design and construction.
Manage and supervise assigned personnel: responsible for employee development and promotion, performance appraisals, salary adjustments, and conduct matters.
Contribute to processes to develop strategic priorities within the Division, including staffing or restructuring projects, as required.
Co-lead the Top Management function outlined in the City of London Quality Management System (QMS) Operational Plan.
Coordinate engineering planning, prepare and administer current and capital budgets for the work related to the Division’s operations.
Oversee capital programs related to major rehabilitation projects and new growth projects resulting from industrial and residential development.
Negotiate with and provide guidance to developers regarding compliance with Corporate standards.
Advise on matters relating to water supply and distribution and administer related design and construction programs.
Review and recommend revisions to policies and bylaws pertaining to the Division’s affairs.
Review and recommend use of new material and equipment, involving operations and other municipalities, as required.
Direct the preparation of reports and recommendations and act as a source of design expertise involving attendance at Committees and Council, divisional and interdepartmental design reviews.
Perform other related duties as assigned

Qualifications:
  • Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering.
  • Registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario.
  • A minimum of ten (10) years of previous related experience.
Specialized Training and Licenses:
  • Thorough knowledge of all Federal, Provincial, and Municipal regulations and standards related to the design, development, and provision of water engineering services.
  • Focused analytical and strategic thinking and issue resolution skills, combined with a commitment to innovation and collaboration. 
  • Facilitation, negotiation, public relations, and presentation skills. 
  • Ability to travel to various locations.

How to Apply:

For a complete job description and to apply on-line, please visit the City of London website at http://bit.ly/2sLlSmx and click on Current Job Openings.

Please note following the interview stage, official transcripts as well as a criminal record check will be required prior to moving to the next stage in the selection process.

Closing Date for Applications:  Friday, June 30, 2017

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

The City of London is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities.  If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.  Accommodation may be provided in all parts of the hiring process.

 

 

                                                                          


Division Manager IV Water Engineering London Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-09
Province: Ontario





Public Works Manager

Public Works Manager 

Township of Adelaide Metcalfe

Due to an upcoming retirement, the Township of Adelaide Metcalfe is seeking a Public Works Manager with strong leadership skills to join our team.  Reporting to the CAO/Treasurer, the Public Works Manager is responsible for:

  • management, maintenance and construction of municipal roadways, bridges and sidewalks
  • fleet and equipment purchase and maintenance
  • supervising landfill operations and curbside collection
  • giving effective advice to Council in developing and implementing departmental policies, municipal objectives and budgets
  • providing effective leadership to staff, directing the human, financial and physical resources of the Public Works Department.

The ideal candidate will bring to the position:

  • Certified Engineering Technologist or equivalent; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
  • Certified Road Superintendent with AORS
  • Minimum five years’ experience in a related management position
  • Demonstrated skills in preparing and monitoring capital and operational budgets, employee supervision and public relations;
  • Effective interpersonal, oral and written communication, time management, report writing and information technology skills.
  • Working knowledge of all applicable legislation and regulations

The full job description can be seen at www.adelaidemetcalfe.on.ca or by contacting the Township Office at 519-247-3687.  The Township of Adelaide Metcalfe offers an attractive compensation and benefit package which are currently under review.

Submit a cover letter and resume marked “Confidential – Public Works Manager” by regular mail, personal delivery or e-mail (Word or PDF format only) no later than noon on Thursday, July 6, 2017 to:

Cathy Case, Treasurer/Acting Administrator
Township of Adelaide Metcalfe
2340 Egremont Drive, RR 5
Strathroy, ON  N7G 3H6
ccase@adelaidemetcalfe.on.ca

We thank all applicants and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  Accessibility accommodations are available for all stages of the selection process. Applicants must make their needs known in advance.  Information collected will be handled in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

 

 


Public Works Manager Adelaide Metcalfe Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-09
Province: Ontario





Supervisor Tax Policy and Assessment

Supervisor, Tax Policy and Assessment

City of Brampton

We’re building change in Brampton.

The urban centre we serve is one of the youngest, fastest growing, most diverse cities in the country. We’re aiming high and thinking big, to position Brampton as an emergent global city of the future.

Leaders in our organization understand success requires passion, creativity and agility. We value progress over process. We hold each other accountable. We are a team who is engaged, excited and empowered to deliver results for Brampton.

If you share our energy, we want to know about it.

We have an opening for a SUPERVISOR, TAX POLICY AND ASSESSMENT.

This role will help to position Brampton for the future by providing guidance to the Tax Policy and Assessment Review section within the Finance Division.  The individual will be required to provide input on the strategic direction for the area, with an emphasis on the development of a cyclical work plan to address the mitigation of revenue loss risk in the face of significant community growth. 

The successful candidate:

  • Supervises the Tax Policy and Assessment Review area, including hiring, guidance and direction of staff performing various tax billings while ensuring legislative requirements and administrative policies are followed.
  • Will oversee, verify and co-ordinate the accuracy of the assessment roll as prepared by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).
  • Will serve as an advocate or witness on behalf of the City at hearings of the Assessment Review Board and other legal proceedings and also direct staff on the preparation of required Statement of Issues and Responses for Tribunals.
  • Assists in completing the interim and final tax billings and administers the supplemental tax billing process, adjustment billings, payment processing functions and related matters regarding property taxes.
  • Will build and maintain a relationship with internal and external stakeholders, departments and team members to achieve common goals and objectives.
  • Represents the department/City in meetings with internal and external customers, suppliers, professional associations and municipal and provincial governments.
  • Will be developing recommendations regarding tax policy options both within Brampton and as part of the Region of Peel.
  • Is a partner who collaborates with people across the corporation to develop innovative solutions that advance our objectives.
  • Has a proven track record of building and maintaining high performing teams who are engaged in their work and the workplace.

Are you future ready?
We look forward to meeting you.

Please apply quoting the file number 102553 by June 26, 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. 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 Tax Policy and Assessment Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-26
Date Posted: 2017-06-12
Province: Ontario





City Manager

City Manager   

City of Lloydminster, AB/SK   

 

With a combined population of 31,400, and spanning two provinces, Lloydminster (www.lloydminster.ca) is known as the Heavy Oil capital of Canada, a prominent centre for Agriculture, and an entrepreneurial hotspot.  With world-class facilities and an array of top-notch amenities, including both public and Catholic school systems, as well as a university transfer program through Lakeland College, the City has everything you would want in a large center.  With the City of Edmonton just over 2.5 hours to the west and the City of Saskatoon just over 2.5 hours to the east, Lloydminster is positioned for continued growth and prosperity.    

Reporting to the Mayor and Council, the City Manager is responsible for guiding the day-to-day affairs of the City as outlined in The Charter, City by-laws, and policies as set by Council.  You will oversee a combined budget of just over $100M and a direct staff of six senior leaders.     

In addition, the City Manager will also:
  • Provide effective advice and support to the Mayor and Council in developing, implementing, and executing policies and strategies.
  • Deliver solid leadership to the senior management team and staff of the City.
  • Create a dynamic environment that results in the continual search for new and more effective approaches to fulfilling the City’s mandate.
  • Ensure that all staff are committed to providing the highest level of service to the general public and the business community through clear and transparent communication.
  • Prepare and present options for the annual financial plan for Council’s consideration, including the general operating budget, the capital budget, and the capital plan.
  • Oversee all resource management for the municipality.
The successful candidate will possess the following:
  • A post-secondary degree or discipline in Public Administration and/or significant and relevant direct experience in senior management, coupled with executive leadership experience within a sizable organization either in the public or private sector environment.
  • A proven record of working effectively with elected officials or a Board of Directors, local government staff, community volunteers, boards and committees, and public participation processes.
  • Proven fiscal management experience and expertise, especially around budgeting.
  • The ability to recognize and interpret shifting global, national and provincial realities and their impact on the local community.
  • Able to build consensus, create change, and think creatively.
  • Willingness to work within a unionized environment.

For further information please visit our website, or contact:

James Davies   
Managing Director
DCG Executive Search Services Ltd.
(780) 758-9796
james@daviescg.com
www.daviescg.com


City Manager Lloydminster AB/SK

Expiry Date: 2017-07-12
Date Posted: 2017-06-12
Province: Alberta





Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

City of Thorold

Reporting to Mayor and Members of Council this position is responsible for organizational leadership, strategic advice and general management of all municipal departments, consistent with Council policies, priorities and strategic plan.

The City of Thorold invites you to submit your resume if you have:

  • A University degree in Business Administration and/or Public Administration. Additional post-graduate Master’s level of study and/or a University degree in Planning or Engineering would be considered an asset.
  • 10 years of progressive responsible executive experience in a business or public sector administration in an unionized work environment with excellent interpersonal, project/time management, analytical, communication, presentation, problem-solving, dispute resolution, negotiation, and staff leadership and supervisory skills;
  • The ability to think and act strategically in a political and corporate service environment, to foster corporate thinking and a healthy workplace environment, to build strong and enthusiastic staff teams and external alliances/partnerships; and,
  • Thorough knowledge of municipal operations and sufficient knowledge of Administration, Finance, Clerk’s, Planning, Civil Engineering, Public Works, Transportation, Parks, Cemeteries, Arenas and Recreation to provide effective overall leadership for these functions.

 

As an experienced leader, you will have a successful track record in financial management, human resources, project management, change management and a clear understanding of federal, provincial and municipal legislation, public sector accounting and strategic planning.

The salary range for this position is currently under review 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 Donna Delvecchio, City Clerk, at clerk@thorold.com no later than Friday, June 30, 2017. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

For more information on the job description click here:  https://thorold.civicweb.net/document/5330/Chief%20Administrative%20Officer.pdf?handle=6F9907AD54334403BC5883309A8DF204

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.

Chief Administrative Officer Thorold Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-12
Province: Ontario





Senior Building Inspector

Senior Building Inspector

City of Vaughan

CITIZENS FIRST THROUGH SERVICE EXCELLENCE

We have an exciting Temporary Unionized opportunity in the
Building Standards Department for an experienced and motivated individual
(JOB # J0417-0536)

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 coordinating and monitoring the work flow of the Building Inspectors including organizing and overseeing work processes, guiding and providing assistance pertaining to code interpretations, performing routine and complex building inspections, ensuring compliance with and enforcement of Ontario’s Building Code and applicable law. Liaises with building staff, internal departments, responds to enquiries, report writing, issuance of pertinent documentation and for the prosecution of infractions against City by laws, Building Code Act and regulations.

Qualifications and experience:
  • Community College Diploma in Engineering Technology or Architectural Technology, or
    suitable equivalent
  • Successful completion of the provincial mandated examination program administered and authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing in accordance with regulations relating to the Building Code Act and the building code in the categories of qualifications that corresponds to all types of buildings and as may be amended from time to time, that is, House, Small Buildings, Large Buildings, Complex Buildings, Plumbing - House, Plumbing - All Buildings, HVAC - House, Building Services, Building Structural, and On-Site Sewage Systems.
  • Certified Technologist designation with OACETT or AATO and eligible for the Certified
    Building Code Official designation with OBOA.
  • Minimum five (5) years related municipal experience including three (3) years
    coordinating the work of others.
  • Thorough working knowledge of the Building Code Act and Regulations.
  • Good organizational and report writing skills, including the ability to deal effectively and
    courteously with the public and staff.
  • Working knowledge and ability to operate personal computers and related software.
  • Knowledge of, and demonstrated ability in, the city’s core competencies and relevant
    functional competencies.
  • Possesses a valid Ontario class “G” driver’s license in good standing with access to a
    reliable motor vehicle for use on City business.
  • Ability to work outside normal business hours as required and in accordance with the
    Collective Agreement.

In addition to offering a competitive compensation package, we have a strong focus on health and wellness, including fitness facilities and family-focused benefits.

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 Friday, June 23, 2017.

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.

Senior Building Inspector Vaughan Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-12
Province: Ontario





Building/Plumbing Inspector

Building/Plumbing Inspector (3 Year Contract)

City of Vaughan

CITIZENS FIRST THROUGH SERVICE EXCELLENCE

We have an exciting Temporary Unionized opportunity in the
Building Standards Department for an experienced and motivated individual
(JOB # J0417-0538)

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 conducting site inspections at various stages of construction ensuring buildings, structures, uses, and related systems are in compliance with the approved permit documents, plans and specifications; the Building Code Act and building code as amended (OBC); any referenced standards/documents and related legislation. Co-ordinates and prioritizes workload and monitors construction activity in assigned geographic areas including review of site plans, blueprints and specifications. As a Provincial Offences Officer enforces OBC requirements through the courts where necessary to achieve City objectives. Liaises with department clientele including architects, engineers, lawyers, the public, other departments and government agencies.

Qualifications and experience:
  • Successful completion of a three (3) year Community College Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or Architectural Technology, or suitable equivalent.
  • Successful completion, or willingness to complete the provincial mandated examination
    program administered and authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, in accordance with the BCA and the building code in the categories of qualifications set out in the building code as follows:
    • General Legal/Processes or Powers and Duties of Chief Building Officials
    • Small Buildings
    • Complex Buildings
    • Plumbing All Buildings
    • Building Structural, and
    • Building Services
  • Minimum five (5) years of municipal or construction experience, combined with thorough
    working knowledge of the BCA and the building code, and pertinent by-laws, regulations
    and statutes.
  • Is certified or eligible for certification in at least (1):
    • Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) as a Certified Engineering Technologist,
    • Association of Architectural Technologists of Ontario (AATO) as an Architectural
      Technologist
    • Ontario Building Officials Association (OBOA) as a Certified Building Code Official
    • Plumbing Certification and Membership with the Ontario College of Trades
    • Backflow Prevention Tester certification with the Ontario Water Works Association
  • Ability to review construction plans, specifications and reports from engineers and
    architects to establish compliance with the OBC, municipal regulations and applicable
    standards.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal and conflict resolution skills
    with a demonstrated ability to deal professionally with a diverse public, City staff,
    members of Council, and the ability to give evidence in court.
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to coordinate and prioritize inspection
    functions to achieve efficient and effective time management.
  • Demonstrated ability to prepare concise, detailed and accurate inspection reports, and
    correspondence.
  • Well-developed knowledge of current building construction practices, systems and
    technologies.
  • Working knowledge and application of the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act
    and Regulations. Experience with safety related practices on construction sites.
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and additional related software products.
  • Knowledge of and experience working with AMANDA database considered an asset.
  • Possesses a current, valid, Ontario Class G driver’s license, in good standing with access to a reliable vehicle for corporate business purposes.
  • Availability to work outside normal business hours, as required and in accordance with
    the Collective Agreement.

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 Friday, June 23, 2017.

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.

 


Building/Plumbing Inspector (3 Year Contract) Vaughan Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-12
Province: Ontario





Manager Development Planning

Manager, Development Planning

City of London

Development & Compliance Services
Permanent, Full-time
File #:   M-53-17E

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:

Reporting to the Manager, Development Services, the Manager of Development Planning will provide leadership and direct the work of others in a multi-disciplinary team environment; shall be responsible for tasks related to all development reviews and recommendations for approvals required to facilitate the City’s growth and redevelopment; shall ensure that development planning review activities are delivered in accordance with City procedures and policies and Provincial legislation, regulations and policies; shall manage a Development Planning Team to achieve cost effective, efficient and timely service delivery using a “best practices” approach; shall provide evidence at hearings; shall represent the Development Services Division and Development and Compliance Services before Committees, the public and the development industry.

Qualifications:
  • Masters degree in Urban or Regional Planning, or equivalent combined with more than five years of increasingly responsible relevant professional planning or development approval experience  and is eligible for membership in OPPI.; OR
  • A combination of an Honours Undergraduate degree in Planning or related discipline and a minimum of greater than seven years of increasingly responsible professional land use planning functions with at least three years of development approval experience  and is eligible for membership in OPPI; OR
  • A Registered Professional Engineer eligible for membership in OPPI with greater than seven years of increasingly responsible development approval experience or a Registered Professional Planner in the Province of Ontario with greater than five years of increasingly responsible development approval experience.
  • Ability to read architectural, engineering and survey plans/drawings.
  • Extensive knowledge of land use planning principles and engineering principles as they relate to elements in the development field through experience in processing plans of subdivision, plans of condominium and site plans.
  • A thorough understanding of the Ontario Planning Act processes gained thorough practical experience.
  • Highly effective leadership, facilitation, communication, presentation, interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage a multi-disciplinary staff in a results oriented, time sensitive, predominantly unionized environment.
  • Ability to deal effectively with elected officials, representatives of other levels of government, management, peers, staff and the general public.
  • Possess a high level of personal integrity and be an excellent communicator.
  • General knowledge and understanding of other statutes, regulations and by-laws affecting the department/division and in particular their impact on development approvals.
  • Attend Planning and Environment Committee on a regular basis, and Standing Committees as needed when assigned files/projects are being presented.
  • Attend Council meetings on an as needed basis.
  • Attend Community or neighbourhood meetings representing the City on as needed basis.
Specialized Training and Licenses:
  • Valid Driver’s License – Class G. Working knowledge of relevant computer software applications.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

How to Apply:

For a complete job description and to apply on-line, please visit the City of London website at http://bit.ly/2rT6zcP and click on Current Job Openings.

Please note following the interview stage, official transcripts as well as a criminal record check will be required prior to moving to the next stage in the selection process.

Closing Date for Applications:  Monday, June 26, 2017

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

The City of London is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities.  If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.  Accommodation may be provided in all parts of the hiring process.

                                                                          


Manager Development Planning London Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-26
Date Posted: 2017-06-12
Province: Ontario





Manager of Information Technology

Manager of Information Technology

Town of New Tecumseth

Under the direction of the General Manager, Corporate Services, this position is responsible for the implementation and delivery of the Town’s information technology activities. Your leadership, strategic planning and change management expertise will be integral to the advancement of technology infrastructure architecture, products and services procurement, development, delivery, and solutions for the Town’s technology requirements. A collaborative, customer-focused approach is required to leverage IT resources to improve business processes and contributing towards effective use of technology.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Requires a degree in Computer Science or related Information Technology field.
  • 3 - 5 years’ management experience in I.T. field.
  • 10 years’ experience working within Information Technology, preference given to municipal experience.
  • Current knowledge of business analysis and project management methodologies (Project Management Professional - PMP preferred).
  •  Thorough understanding of corporate information systems architecture, software, computer operating  systems, databases, computer networking and internet technologies.
  • Thorough understanding of computer hardware, servers, routers, personal computer options, land and cellular telephones, etc.
  • Budget experience with developing departmental requirements and assisting operational departments with costing their technology requirements
  • Knowledge of Municipal procurement procedures including Requests for Information, Proposals, and Vendors of Record
  • Ability to partner with various levels of the business and building effective relationships within a large, complex, multi-disciplinary environment
  • Proficiency with Windows, Microsoft Office, Project Management Tools, Visio, SQL and other database and reporting tools.
  • Valid Class G driver’s license in good standing to conduct business using personal vehicle if necessary

SALARY RANGE: $86,579.22 - $108,069.78

Please submit your cover letter and resume in Word or PDF format to:
careers@newtecumseth.ca
no later than 4:30 pm on June 30, 2017.

Please quote competition #2017-36 in the subject line of your email.
We thank all who apply, however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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

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

For more information and a complete list of current employment opportunities, please visit our website at
http://newtecumseth.ca/town-hall/employment-volunteering/


Manager of Information Technology New Tecumseth Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-12
Province: Ontario





Project Manager I and II

Project Manager I and  II

Region of Halton

Department:               Public Works
Division/Location:     Engineering & Construction – 1075 North Service Road

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.

There are two permanent full-time vacancies, working 35 hours per week.

The Region is seeking individuals to fill Project Manager I and Project Manager II positions, depending upon their education and experience. 

It’s an exciting time to join Halton Region. Over the next 10 years the Region will be investing $2.9 Billion into water, wastewater and transportation infrastructure. We are looking for dedicated, forward thinking and enthusiastic individuals to be part of the team that delivers and manages an infrastructure asset inventory of over $8.4 billion.  Our commitment is to deliver high quality infrastructure for the residents, businesses and visitors to Halton Region.

Preferred Background: 

Qualifications for a Project Manager I and II, include a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) designation, registration with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technologists and Technicians (OACETT).  A Professional Engineering designation (P. Eng.) or Engineer-in-Training designation (EIT) and registration with the Professional Engineers of Ontario is considered an asset.  A Project Management Professional (PMP) designation is also considered an asset.  Experience in managing water and wastewater (linear and facility) and/or transportation projects, including Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process, design, construction and commissioning is required.  A minimum of 1 to 2 years of directly related experience is required for the Project Manager I; 3 to 6 years is required for the Project Manager II.  Education and experience of each candidate will be assessed to determine if they are a Level I or II Project Manager.

We are looking to hire individuals with demonstrated experience delivering complex and innovative projects on schedule and on budget. Successful candidates must possess expert project management, strategic planning, analytical and problem solving skills. Strong oral and written communication skills, along with strong facilitation, negotiation and dispute resolution skills are required to interface with multiple stakeholders including regional staff, contractors, consultants, council and the general public. Candidates must have knowledge of evolving technologies, in-depth technical engineering and construction knowledge and be familiar with relevant standards, documentation and legislation (Safe Drinking Water Act, Clean Water Act, Ontario Water Resources Act, Environmental Protection Act, American Water Works Association Standards, Construction Lien Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, etc.). An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.

Working Conditions:

The successful incumbents must be flexible in working hours as there may be frequent trips to operational facilities and project sites; incumbent must supply their own transportation and will be required to provide a copy of their driver’s licence by their first day of employment. Offers of employment will be made on condition that the Regional Municipality of Halton receives a current (obtained within the past six (6) months), original and acceptable Criminal Records Check by their first day of employment.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Manages numerous capital projects, informing the planning process and leading projects from start of preliminary design through to commissioning.  
  • Represents Halton Region at public consultations, presentations, open houses, and face-to-face interactions with the public, contractors, and regulatory agencies.
  • Designs in-house projects in accordance with engineering best practices and stamps engineering drawings as appropriate.
  • Researches into and makes recommendations to adapt new technologies, techniques and materials in the design and construction of water, wastewater and transportation infrastructure.
  • Selects, directs and supervises consulting engineers in the design and construction of Regional capital works.
  • Obtains all necessary regulatory approvals.
  • Ensures the full involvement of client divisions/departments in the implementation of Regional projects including coordinating the participation of infrastructure planning, water/wastewater operations and maintenance and road operations staff. 
  • Exercises effective cost and schedule control of Capital Projects.
  • Ensures that the works are constructed in compliance with the contract documents and Halton's Health and Safety Policies.
  • Acts as a key contributor in the value engineering exercises to ensure all infrastructure meets its intended functions in accordance with the project scope.
  • Ensures that any complaints received from the public during the work period are resolved in a timely manner.
  • Prepares reports to Regional Council.  
  • Provides input to continuous improvement of Halton’s design criteria and project delivery manuals.  
  • Contributes to the planning of the 10-year capital program.
  • Educates, coaches, and mentors junior project/engineering staff and project teams on their respective areas of the department.
  • Represents the Section on departmental or corporate committees as required. 
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

POSTING EXPIRES:           June 30, 2017
POSTING #:                         PW-245-17         

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

 


Project Manager I and II Halton Region Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-13
Province: Ontario





Manager Utilities Engineering

InnServices- Manager, Utilities Engineering

Town of Innisfil

As part of our ‘One Town, One Team’ approach, InnServices Utilities Inc. is the exciting new company created by the Town of Innisfil to deliver water and wastewater services to Innisfil and other municipalities.  

A member of our collaborative, cross-functional and innovative team, you will work in an environment that focuses on service excellence and environmental stewardship. With an approach of best practices and a one-step-ahead planning, you will lead a forward thinking and dedicated team in the planning, design and implementation of construction and rehabilitation projects related to water and sanitary and water supply development programs. You will manage the development of solutions to complex design, engineering, and construction challenges, while overseeing multidisciplinary teams engaged in a full-range of engineering and operational program development, from initial feasibility study analysis, preliminary planning, conceptual design, detailed design and cost estimation, construction planning and inspection, and operational start-up activities. Committed to excellence in customer service, you will engage with and build/maintain relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders to move forward InnServices and shared service organizations initiatives.

We are seeking a motivated, dedicated and driven self-starter who thrives working in a collaborative environment, has strong leadership and interpersonal skills, a strong sense of community and wants to make a meaningful contribution to the growth and development of our community. Your bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management or related field is complimented by your Professional Engineer’s (P.Eng) designation from the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) and a minimum of five (5) years as a licensed Professional Engineer in the province with substantial experience in the design and construction of municipal infrastructure with eligibility for licensure in Ontario. Our ideal candidate will also have a minimum of six (6) years of progressive engineering and project management and/or construction management experience, including three (3) years of experience in a managerial or supervisory capacity, with experience managing in a unionized environment. A Valid Class G driver’s licence and access to a reliable vehicle to use for corporate business is required, as is the ability to attend evening and weekend meetings or other events as required. Closing date is June 26, 2017.

 

To apply to this position, submit your application online though our applicant tracking system at www.innisfil.ca. In the event you require an alternate method of submitting your application, please contact InnServices 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.

Manager Utilities Engineering Town of Innisfil Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-26
Date Posted: 2017-06-13
Province: Ontario





Operations Coordinator

Operations Coordinator

Township of Springwater

The Township of Springwater, located in the heart of Simcoe County, is a mixed urban/rural municipality with growing urban settlements and a prosperous agricultural sector. The municipality is currently recruiting for a full-time Operations Coordinator.

Reporting to the Director of Public Works, the Operations Coordinator is responsible for coordinating Public Works maintenance and capital projects.  The Operations Coordinator will also assist the Director of Public Works in the preparation of budgets, plans and priorities while being responsible for providing effective oversight and technical guidance on all assigned projects and daily Public Works operations.

Qualifications and Experience
  • Community College Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology
  • Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) designation or equivalent preferred.
  • Certified Road Supervisor (CRS) designation considered an asset.
  • Minimum of 5 to 10 years’ direct or related experience, preferably in the municipal or road, water and sewer industry.
  • Experience in the surveying, design, construction, and administration of municipal infrastructure including roads, bridges, sewers, and water mains at the intermediate to senior level.
  • Excellent coordination, record keeping, and administrative skills are necessary to plan operations activities involving the Public Works Department, professional and technical people carrying out contracts for the municipality.
  • Good interpersonal, public relations, communication, time management, and record-keeping skills.
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills, attention to detail, and the ability to meet deadlines under pressure with minimal supervision is required.
  • Proven ability to be a team player and to establish effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.
  • Understanding of Provincial Legislation / Policies affecting municipal government are required.
  • Advanced computer skills and experience with MS Office is essential.
  • Valid Class ‘G’ driver’s license in good standing with a satisfactory driving record; travel between the Public Works Yards will be required.
  • Availability to attend evening / weekend meetings or events as required.

Salary range:  Level 7 ($73,068.84 to $83,277.08) per annum based on a 35 hour work week and a comprehensive employee benefit plan.

Applications will be accepted until 12:00 noon on Friday, June 23, 2017. Resumes can be faxed, mailed, dropped off or emailed to the following:

Operations Coordinator Competition
Attn: Erin DeVreede, CHRP
Human Resources & Strategic Coordinator
Township of Springwater
2231 Nursery Rd.
Minesing, ON L9X 1A8
recruitment@springwater.ca
Fax: 705-728-6957

The Township thanks all applicants for their interest. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act and is used to determine eligibility for potential employment.

Please contact the municipality for availability of accommodations for applicants with a disability.

 

 

 

 


Operations Coordinator Township of Springwater Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-13
Province: Ontario





Financial Planning Analyst

Financial Planning Analyst

City of Brampton

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Reporting directly to the Senior Advisor, Client Services (Finance), this position will provide financial planning, budgetary, management reporting and analytical support to client departments.  In addition, this position will identify performance, efficiency and innovation improvements on behalf of client departments and prepare financial impact analysis, assist with implementation and provide training.

Key Accountabilities:

Departmental Budget Development

  • Provide financial analysis, modelling and historical trending on client departments Operating and Capital budgets, in order to provide management with the information required to determine future budget needs.
  • Communicate, advise and train departmental management on budget development processes, corporate timelines and requirements.
  • Coordinate meetings with departmental management to develop budget submission requests in an accurate manner, while meeting corporate deadlines.
  • Review and consolidate operating and capital budget submissions for a given department to ensure accuracy, adherence to budget guidelines, legislation, corporate policies and procedures, by-laws and best practices.
  • Facilitate prioritization of budgetary requirements with departmental management
  • Support departmental development of Business Plans and Budget Binders, including measuring and reporting on key performance indicators.
  • Work cross functionally with other corporate divisions i.e. Human Resources, Purchasing, Accounting, Information Technology to advise of financial impacts where necessary.

Administer Departmental Budgets

  • Pro-actively monitor actual results vs budgets to ensure funding is being utilized as approved by Council.
  • Work with departmental management to prepare monthly/quarterly reviews of the fiscal position of the department’s operating budget.This includes identifying, projecting and explaining variances, along with highlighting areas of opportunity or risk.
  • Investigate and analyse budget appropriation failures, obtain variance explanations and approvals from department heads.
  • Proactively meet with the varying managers within a given portfolio to understand the nature of their business and advise on financial matters as necessary.
  • Monitor capital budgets vs ability to commit funds at a program level to ensure funds are allocated to areas where they can be efficiently utilized.
  • Review financial implications for a given departments Council and Procurement reports to ensure proposed initiatives have been approved by Council, sufficient funds exists and appropriate funding sources are used.
  • Analyse Budget Amendment requests to ensure all funding options are identified, appropriate funding sources are used.

Departmental Budget System Requirements

  • Enter departmental budget submission data into corporate budget applications, ensuring a high degree of accuracy and compliance with Budget Guidelines.
  • Enter quarterly operating budget variance information in the corporate budget system with a high degree of accuracy, while meeting corporate timelines.
  • Evaluate and monitor system structures to capture any structural corporate changes.

Provide Financial Modelling, Analysis, Research and Decision Support

  • Identify performance, efficiency and innovation improvements on behalf of client departments and prepare financial impact analysis, assist with implementation and provide training as necessary.
  • Conduct research and prepare ad hoc studies of, for example, financial implications of alternative business models, cost/benefit analysis of business operations or new initiatives and make recommendations for improved risk management.
  • Prepare financial modelling, analysis, templates and reporting to support departmental management decisions.
  • Formulate strategic financial recommendations and provide constructive insight on financial-related matters
SELECTION CRITERIA:
  • Business Administration or other relevant discipline is required
  • CPA designation (CA, CMA, CGA) or CFA or MBA is required
  • Certificate in Lean Six Sigma/Kaizen is considered an asset
  • years of progressive experience in a financial related field
  • Experience with municipal finance, budgeting and infrastructure funding considered an asset
  • Knowledge of relevant municipal legislation considered an asset (e.g. Development Charges Act, Municipal Act, etc.)
  • Demonstrated analytical and conceptual thinking with strong reasoning and problem solving abilities
  • Advanced computer skills in MS Office including extensive knowledge of spreadsheet and database applications and PeopleSoft Financials
  • Excellent interpersonal, customer service, and public relations skills
  • Ability to communicate (oral and written) at a high level of proficiency
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Consultative and collaborative approach to working with clients and cross functional teams
  • Will be required to attend off-site meetings on a regular basis
  • Excellent performance and work record

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

TO APPLY: Please apply quoting the file number 102475 by June 27, 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. 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.

Financial Planning Analyst City of Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-27
Date Posted: 2017-06-13
Province: Ontario





Engineering Inspector III

Engineering Inspector III

City of Surrey

The City of Surrey is looking to add a customer-focused Engineering Inspector to a team of passionate and knowledgeable professionals. The Engineering Inspector III will be responsible for monitoring, inspecting and administering numerous Land Development projects in a designated area of the City to ensure that Land Development related works are completed in accordance with City standards. The successful candidate will provide leadership, direction and guidance to field inspectors.

Responsibilities include:
  • Ensuring construction is performed to City standards, policies, by-laws and the servicing agreement
  • Conducting pre-construction meetings with project inspectors, developers, contractors and consulting engineers
  • Issuing permits related to land development projects
  • Reviewing and approving releases of funds and reductions in letters of credit
  • Maintaining good public relations and ensuring minimum inconvenience to the public by addressing complaints and concerns
  • Reviewing as-constructed drawings for completeness and compliance with City standards
  • Working and assisting with the preparation of work plans for project inspectors

The Engineering Inspector III requires the ability to establish productive relationships across City stakeholders. Advanced problem-solving skills are integral to effect on-site resolution of construction related problems. The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of the MMCD, City standards, bylaws, safety regulations and construction practices.

The role requires completion of a two-year program with a Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology, plus eight (8) years of related progressively responsible experience and a valid BC Driver’s License. Eligibility for certification by ASTTBC (Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of BC) as a Certified Public Works Inspector Level 3 (CPWI 3) is an asset.

Should you be interested in learning more about this leadership opportunity please contact Carol Robinson or forward your resume, a letter of introduction and the names and contact information for three referees, in confidence, to cleartalent@hwest.ca. We will respond to all who express interest.


Engineering Inspector III City of Surrey BC

Expiry Date: 2017-07-13
Date Posted: 2017-06-13
Province: British Columbia





Manager, Infrastructure Planning

Manager, Infrastructure Planning

Region of Halton

Department:      Public Works
Division:           Infrastructure Planning and Policy

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.

This is a permanent full time position working 35 hours per week.

It’s an exciting time to be a leader at Halton Region!

We are committed to the delivery of high quality services in support of making Halton Region a great place to live, work, raise a family, and retire. We are a supportive, challenging and rewarding place to work where you will be recognized for your accomplishments and contributions, and encouraged to grow and succeed in your career.

If you are looking for a role where you can lead a team towards the delivery projects for the residents of Halton, we want to hear from you. Over the next 10 years, the Region will be investing approximately $2.9 Billion in road, water and wastewater infrastructure. We are committed to delivering high quality infrastructure for the residents, businesses and visitors to Halton Region and we are looking for dedicated, forward thinking and enthusiastic individuals to join our Public Works team!

Purpose:

Reporting to the Director of Infrastructure Planning & Policy, this position is responsible for the strategic leadership, development, management and administration of Infrastructure Planning (water, wastewater and transportation), Source Water Protection and Groundwater Resource functions within Public Works.

Preferred Background:

The successful candidate will possess a university degree in Civil Engineering or a related discipline with a professional engineering designation and a minimum five (5) years of progressive management experience in a municipal related field. Must be able to manage a variety of disciplines and proactively consider the implications of increasing regulations, customer service expectations, and functional/fiscal challenges of servicing growth while coordinating with various areas within the department. Knowledge of relevant legislation and regulations including those enacted by the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Labour (Occupational Health and Safety Act) as well as Regional policies and by-laws.  Demonstrated experience in the planning and design of civil infrastructure including water, wastewater and multi-modal transportation networks.  The candidate must have excellent leadership, project management and strategic planning capability along with strong communication, facilitation, negotiation and dispute resolution skills.

Duties:
  • Direct and manage functional service groups in the areas of Infrastructure Planning (water, wastewater and transportation), Water Resources and Source Water Protection Planning.
  • Prepare internal monitoring reports with respect to the available capacity of water and wastewater infrastructure and the ability to service approved growth.
  • Lead comprehensive long term master servicing and capital infrastructure implementation plans to address approved growth.
  • Provide input into the Development Charges (DC) Background Studies / DC By-law and leading the development of infrastructure staging plans to support the region’s allocation program in collaboration with the Finance and Legislative & Planning Services Departments.
  • Guide the preparation of Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Studies for the installation or expansion of municipal infrastructure (water, wastewater and transportation).
  • Manage the implementation, enforcement and continuous improvement of the Region’s source water protection program; including overseeing the statutory duties of the Risk Management Official prescribed under Part IV of the Clean Water Act and annual monitoring / reporting to respective Source Protection Authorities.
  • Oversee Halton’s groundwater / surface water field data collection and analysis / quality assurance programs to ensure Permit-To-Take-Water monitoring and adaptive management requirements by Ministry of the Environment & Climate Change, Ministry of Natural Resources and Conservation Authorities are addressed
  • Interface regularly with counterparts in design and construction, asset planning and operations in the validation and delivery of capital works (water, wastewater and transportation).
  • Responsible for the management of the area’s human resources through the use of effective recruitment, performance management, staff development, and succession planning principles.  This includes providing guidance and direction by way of performance objectives and developmental opportunities.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Posting Expires:     July 4, 2017
Posting #:                 PW-246-17

Halton Region is pleased to accommodate applicants who have a disability.  Please inform Human Resources 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.

Visit Halton Job Postings to Apply

 

 

 


Manager, Infrastructure Planning Region of Halton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-04
Date Posted: 2017-06-13
Province: Ontario





Executive Assistant CAO & Administrative Lead

Executive Assistant CAO & Administrative Lead

Niagara Region

Reporting to the CAO, the Executive Assistant to the CAO and Administrative Lead provides executive secretarial and administrative support to the Chief Administrative Officer, as well as the Corporate Leadership Team, and CAO Team leads and backup as required to the Office of the Regional Chair, and Members of Council as required

RESPONSIBILITIES
  •  Provides efficient coordination and administrative support services to the Chief Administrative Officer, preparing confidential correspondence and reports, conducting research, and arranging meetings, etc
  •  Coordinates office activities between the CAO, Chair and the Clerk’s Office and other Regional Departments and outside Agencies, Boards, and Commissions
  •  Provides functional guidance and mentorship to CLT Executive Assistants and CAO Team Administrative Assistants on matters related to CLT decisions and discussions, providing support on managing priorities and coordinating meetings
  •  Assist the CAO and staff with budgeting, financial processes, and other documentation
KNOWLEDGE
  •   5 years experience in a senior administrative assistant or professional office management position
  •   Municipal or government environment experience preferred
  •  Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office including MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access
EDUCATION
  •   Post-secondary diploma or equivalent in Office Administration
  •  Post-secondary college diploma in Office Administration is preferred

To view the full job description and requirements, visit our Careers page. Job Opening# 18609
Uncover the wonder of the Niagara Region and join a team dedicated to meeting tomorrow’s challenges…..today!  

Let us know why you would be an excellent team member by submitting your online application no later than June 23, 2017 before midnight by visiting our ‘Careers’ page at www.niagararegion.ca.  We thank all candidates for their interest however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Great Careers & Healthy Lifestyles
Located between lakes Erie and Ontario, the Niagara region consists of some of Canada’s most fertile agricultural land, the majestic Niagara Falls and a dozen communities that are rich in both history and recreational opportunities.
With over 3,000 employees, Niagara Region is responsible for such diverse areas as land use planning, transportation, water and wastewater treatment, waste collection and management, emergency medical services, public health, children’s services,  and seniors’ programs to name a few. Niagara Region offers great career opportunities in municipal service and our competitive salaries, attractive benefits, and wealth of programs will support your personal wellness and professional growth.

        


Executive Assistant CAO & Administrative Lead Niagara Region Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-13
Province: Ontario





Project Manager Building Design and Construction Division

Project Manager , Building Design and Construction Division

City of Brampton

We’re building change in Brampton.

The urban centre we serve is one of the youngest, fastest growing, most diverse cities in the country. We’re aiming high and thinking big, to position Brampton as an emergent global city of the future.
Leaders in our organization understand success requires passion, creativity and agility. We value progress over process. We hold each other accountable. We are a team who is engaged, excited and empowered to deliver results for Brampton.
If you share our energy, we want to know about it.

This role will help to position Brampton for the future by playing a key role on a team that builds trust and confidence through the application of sound engineering principles to develop a sustainable annual capital budget to maintain the City facilities in a state of good repair.

The successful candidate should:
  • Have excellent judgement and decision skills.
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Have extensive experience in the assessment and restoration/replacement of building envelope and structural components.
  • Have extensive experience in developing scope of work for restoration/replacement of building envelope and structural projects including cost estimating and scheduling.
  • be a collaborative team player who is able to build professional relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders (e.g. city staff, senior management, members of Council, the general public, agencies, boards, consultants and contractors).
  • Be an enthusiastic, positive, high energy self-starter.
  • Be a proven leader, mentor and organized professional who can implement high quality capital projects on time and within budget.
  • Have proven experience or a solid understanding of project management of state of good repair projects to the construction of large new facilities.
  • Be knowledgeable of all relevant construction legislation, compliance and contract administration.

Are you future ready?
We look forward to meeting you.

Please apply quoting the file number 102407 by June 27, 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. 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. 

 

 


Project Manager Building Design and Construction Division Brampton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-27
Date Posted: 2017-06-14
Province: Ontario





Geographic Information System/Planning Technician

Geographic Information System/Planning Technician

Town of Gravenhurst

Full-Time, Unionized Position (35 hrs/wk)
Salary Range:  $50,560 - $57,112

                   Known as the “Gateway to Muskoka”, the Town of Gravenhurst is a progressive growing urban and rural municipality located in the District Municipality of Muskoka, home to approximately 13,000 permanent year-round residents and a seasonal population of equal size. Gravenhurst offers both permanent and seasonal residents opportunities in recreation, leisure, tourism, culinary, culture, heritage, arts, sights, sounds and attractions, making it a great place to live, work and play!
Reporting to the Manager of Planning Services,  the Geographic Information System/Planning Technician maintains effective and co-operative liaisons with a variety of stakeholders including Council members, staff, developers and consultants, provincial ministries, agencies, ratepayer groups and the general public, in order to participate, assist, and process development approval applications, special projects, and the data collection and management of the corporate Geographic Information System (GIS) in an effective and efficient manner.

To view the complete Job Description including Summary of Desired Qualifications, please visit our website:
http://www.gravenhurst.ca/en/yourtownhall/employmentopportunities.asp

Interested applicants should submit their cover letter and resume no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 30, 2017 to:

Corporation of the Town of Gravenhurst
3-5 Pineridge Gate, Gravenhurst, ON  P1P 1Z3
Attention:  Human Resources
(705) 687-7016  (FAX)
HumanResources@gravenhurst.ca

We thank all those who apply however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Town of Gravenhurst is an inclusive employer.  Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.
All information is collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information & Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O. 1990, Chapter M. 56

 


Geographic Information System/Planning Technician Gravenhurst ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-14
Province: Ontario





Strategic Policy Coordinator

Strategic Policy Coordinator

Niagara Parks

PRESERVING a rich heritage, CONSERVING natural wonders, INSPIRING people, worldwide

Niagara Parks is an Agency of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport whose mandate is to preserve and promote the natural and cultural heritage along the Niagara River Corridor. As one of the largest employers in the Niagara Region with over 1,600 full time and seasonal employees, our dynamic team is comprised of professional, energetic and friendly staff who provide our visitors from around the world with memorable experiences and exceptional quality service.

Reporting to the Chair and CEO and in accordance with NPC policies, procedures and applicable legislation, the Strategic Policy Coordinator assists in early identification and analysis of corporate issues and provides accurate, timely and appropriate responses for a variety of complex and sensitive matters primarily relating to the development of Commission reports and Commission direction(s). The Coordinator consults and ensures the flow of information between the Chair and CEO’s Office, NPC divisions/departments and external stakeholders and consults with others as required in addressing Commission reports.                                                                                                                        

Key Activities:

Strategic Oversight: Issues and Relationship Management

  • Works with the Chair and CEO to provide strategic policy support services and advice through liaising with internal stakeholders to manage complex and diverse issues, Commission Reports, special projects and workflows.
  • Assesses issues to determine their nature and priority; researches and coordinates supportinginformation, and takes appropriate action in consultation with applicable stakeholders to ensure matters (both routine and emergent) are dealt with in a timely, accurate and coordinated manner.
  • Works collaboratively with the Executive team for overall Commission Report coordination; ensures department heads are kept informed on issues and actions affecting their respective areas and works directly with them to develop options/ alternatives for the CEO’s consideration.
  • Establishes, implements and monitors effective information management systems to ensure that the Chair and CEO is briefed on all relevant developments and emerging issues, and that those issues are communicated to affected program areas and stakeholders.
  • Works with the Communications department and legal resources to support accurate key messages and speaking notes for the media, Ministry or others as required.
  • Develops, implements, and manages processes to ensure the efficient flow of accurate, timely, and responsive briefings, correspondence, and information packages in support of the business plan and mandate.
  • Recommends to the Chair and CEO the delegation of incoming issues to staff who have the appropriate knowledge of the subject matter; monitors whether deadlines and objectives are being met, and recommends interim actions where there are problems in meeting deadlines.
  • Works with the Executive Assistant to ensure timely drafting, posting, tracking and monitoring of materials prepared for Commission Reports are completed with clarity, accuracy and within short timelines prior to approval/sign off.
  • Initiates, plans, and carries out a variety of special projects and assignments; coordinates unstructured projects related to multi-faceted and fluid situations.
  • Manages and utilizes a computerized database and tracking system to track the progress of internal/external issues, monitors due dates and deadlines to provide regular status reports to the CEO and Chair.
  • Consults with appropriate resources to identify any difficulties and makes process improvement recommendations as required.
  • Provides and maintains a summary and action process regarding strategic project management initiatives e.g.: risks, actions, issues and decisions activities.
  • Represents the CEO as requested at meetings/briefings/events and reports back on issues and outcomes.
  • Works to build and maintain relationships with professional contacts within government and industry to improve knowledge networks for the Chair and CEO.

Niagara Parks offers an annual salary of $78,265 to $93,380 as well as a comprehensive benefit and pension plan. 

Qualifications:
  • Education: Related degree and/or equivalent knowledge and experience with issues management in an Executive environment;
  • Strategic Thinking and Business Acumen: strong business acumen; creative and strategic thinking skills; sound judgement;
  • Issues Management & Legislation: knowledge and experience with issues management in an Executive environment(e.g. CEOs, Boards, politicians);  ; understanding of complex and sensitive issues and applicable legislation
  • Communications: excellent communication (both oral and written) and consultation skills; excellent report writing, editing and organizational skills  with high attention to detail;
  • Research and Analysis: strong research and analytical skills;
  • Project Management: ability to meet multiple objectives while balancing competing priorities; ability to work in a fast-paced and changing work environment while meeting deadlines;
  • Problem Solving and Mediation: advanced problem resolution and negotiation/mediation skills;
  • Relationship Management: ability to lead, build relationships with stakeholders and influence others;
  • Confidentiality and Integrity: ability to maintain confidentiality; integrity and strong commitment to the Code of Conduct;
  • Other key considerations: may be required to be available outside of regular working hours as necessary to address time-sensitive issues.

How to Apply:

To explore this opportunity please apply with your resume via email by June 28, 2017 to careers@waterhousesearch.ca quoting project NPC-SPC. Should you wish to speak to our Executive Recruiter please contact Lisa Folger at 416-214-9299 x 6, lisa.folger@waterhousesearch.com,  or Jon Stungevicius at 416-214-9299 x1, jon@waterhousesearch.com.

We are an equal opportunity employer.  In accordance with AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005), the Niagara Parks Commission (NPC) will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.  If you require disability – related accommodations, please inform the Human Resources (HR) staff.  All personal information is collected under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.   We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  To request an alternate format, please contact Niagara Parks at (905) 295-4377, or by email to accessibility@niagaraparks.com, or by TTY, Local (905) 356-5672, or Toll–free 1-855-356-5672.

Strategic Policy Coordinator Niagara Region Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-14
Date Posted: 2017-06-14
Province: Ontario





Construction Coordinator

Construction Coordinator

City of Toronto                          

Requisition # 2275985 X
Division Facilities Management
Section  Project Management Office
Work Location  METRO HALL, 55 JOHN ST
Job Stream Construction/Trade
Job Type Temporary, Full-Time
Temporary Duration 6 months
Salary/Rate $39.65 - $43.44 / Hour
Hours of Work (bi-weekly) 70.00
Shift Information     Monday to Friday; 35 Hours Per Week
Wage Grade   13
Affiliation  L79 Full-time
 Job Code (PSG) TF0314

 

Major Responsibilities:
  • Establishes the scope, scheduling, co-ordination and interfacing requirements of projects and undertakes the design and the preparation of working drawings, specifications, bills of material and prepares detailed estimates.
  • Carries out contract administration and field supervision, including instructing contractors on work timing and methods, and interpreting and ensuring conformity with drawings and specifications.
  • Initiates field changes to correct errors or omissions in design relative to site conditions, recording and recommending for approval, contractors’ progress claims in accordance with terms of contract and amount of work completed.
  • Assists in maintaining records and contract deficiencies and takes appropriate corrective action, ensures proper completion of contracts and arranges for official handover, initiates and maintains warranty records for the period as stipulated in the contract.
  • Takes appropriate action to correct failure occurring within warranty period, recording and recommending for release of contractor holdback.
  • Drafts tender, Request for Proposals (RFP), Request for Quotations (RFQ), provides bid analysis and prepares report.
  • Checks work of contractors to ensure adherence to City by-laws, policies and procedures.
  • Co-ordinates and attends site meetings and project team/client meetings.
  • Carries out technical work for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of the City’s facilities or infrastructure.
  • Provides technical assistance in planning and scheduling of work for capital projects. Prepares estimates and layouts. Verifies calculations by inspectors and performs on site visits.
  • Prepares specifications, tenders, reports and determines quantity and cost estimates.
  • Assists supervisor/project manager with respect to investigating and responding to inquiries and/or complaints from project clients, staff, elected officials and members of the general public.
  • Assists supervisor/project manager with instructing, directing, providing technical guidance and expertise, gives feedback to program staff, contractors and consultants with respect to projects and ensures relevant construction practices/methodologies, contract documents, City by-laws, codes, legislation and acts are adhered to.
Key Qualifications:

Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:

  1. Degree or diploma in Engineering (P. Eng.), Building Sciences, Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) or the equivalent combination of education and/or related experience.
  2. Considerable experience in the methods and techniques of project design and construction, including contract management, preparing RFPs and tender documents, preparing budgets and schedules, and maintaining financial records.
  3. Experience in the application of the ESA, TSSA, OBC, OHSA, and other applicable regulations.
  4. Experience in coordinating multi-disciplined capital construction projects.
  5. Extensive experience using Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook.

You must also have:

  • Thorough understanding of project management construction practices, materials and methodologies.
  • Strong understanding of the Project Management Process and project coordination.
  • Strong knowledge of legislation related to the design and construction industry, including relevant building codes, ESA codes, City policies and procedures.
  • Excellent writing skills and awareness of other communication tools.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively with others in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Familiarity with Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD), and the ability to read and interpret construction drawings, specifications and contract documents.
  • Ability to work independently, set priorities, plan and execute a variety of tasks in order to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to travel to various work locations throughout the City of Toronto.
  • A valid Province of Ontario Class “G” Driver’s Licence would be an asset.
  • A Project Management Professional Certificate would be an asset.

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 a Construction Coordinator within our Facilities Management 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 #2275985 X, by Thursday, June 29, 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 that is representative of the citizens we serve. We will 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, a request for accommodation will be accepted as part of the City's hiring process.
If you are invited to participate in an assessment process, kindly provide your accommodation needs in advance. 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.

Construction Coordinator City of Toronto Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-29
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Ontario





Manager of Park Operations

Manager of Park Operations

Grand River Conservation Authority

The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) has an international reputation for excellence in managing the natural resources of the largest inland river system in southern Ontario. Encompassing approximately 6,800 square kilometres, the Grand River watershed has a population of almost one million people in 39 municipalities and two First Nations. Designated as a Canadian Heritage River, the Grand River and its major tributaries boast many outstanding human heritage features and excellent recreational opportunities. The GRCA is committed to environmental protection by delivering services that ensure the well-being of the environment and its inhabitants.
 

General Accountabilities

The Manager of Park Operations is responsible for the overall management of the Conservation Area program which includes 11 active parks, Luther Marsh Wildlife Management Area and a large number of passive conservation lands. As a key member of the management team in the Operations Division, the Manager of Park Operations will work closely with operational and program staff to deliver high quality, outdoor recreational experiences to the GRCA’s clientele.

Specific Accountabilities
  1. Responsible for managing the operation, maintenance and development of the eleven (11) active GRCA parks and Luther Marsh Wildlife Management Area. In conjunction with the Manager of Property, provide operational support for numerous passive conservation areas located throughout the watershed.
  2. Provide guidance, direction, mentorship and support to the Park Superintendents, and other Conservation Area Operations staff, to ensure the goals and objectives of the GRCA are being met.
  3. Responsible for the preparation of annual capital and operational budget submissions. Approves expenditures, monitors costs and ensures budgetary control of the Conservation Area program. Provides budget estimates and forecast updates to Finance as required.
  4. Prepare management plans and business plans to guide the development and operation of the Conservation Areas. Identifies trends in outdoor recreation and implements strategies and programs designed to meet the demands of the outdoor recreational user.
  5. Participate on Management Committee contributing to the development of strategic plans, goals and objectives, policies and annual budgets.
  6. Prepare and present reports to the General Membership with respect to conservation area programs and operations.
  7. Oversee the development of department policies, standard operating procedures and customer service standards.
  8. In conjunction with the Manager of Communications coordinate an effective marketing strategy for the Conservation Areas.
  9. Establish strong working relationships and open collaboration with the management team, and other divisions and departments within the GRCA.
  10. Develop and maintain professional relationships with key staff in municipal and provincial government, associations, service clubs and special interest groups. Develop partnerships and other relationships which will provide benefits to the GRCA and will enhance the public’s understanding of GRCA’s roles and responsibilities within the watershed.
  11. Ensure compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and ensure applicable legislation, regulations, GRCA policies and procedures are followed and enforced.

 

Technical Accountabilities
  1. University degree in a field related to parks & recreation, outdoor recreation, tourism, business administration, or equivalent post-secondary education.
  2. Minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience in outdoor recreation with at least 6 years of relevant management experience preferably in park operations.
  3. Demonstrated experience in the preparation and administration of budgets.
  4. Excellent written communication skills with demonstrated ability to prepare correspondence, technical reports, financial analyses, board reports and other documents.
  5. Excellent verbal communication skills with the demonstrated ability to effectively present information to boards, councils or committees and to interact with the general public.
  6. Proficient computer skills including, but not limited to, word processing, spreadsheets and PowerPoint. A working knowledge of park reservation systems is beneficial.
  7. Knowledge of relevant legislation including, but not limited to, the Conservation Authorities Act, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Provincial Offenses Act and other applicable legislation.
  8. Demonstrated organizational, leadership and team-building skills.
  9. Effective problem-solving, collaboration, conflict resolution and negotiation skills with demonstrated experience at a senior level.
  10. Valid driver’s license and the ability to travel throughout the watershed.

 

The salary range for this position is Job Level L $101,233 to $123,155 - annual salary

GRCA offers a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision care, life and disability insurance, membership in the OMERS pension plan and a pass which entitles you to free entry into all conservation areas.

Approximate Start Date: August 2017

To Apply:  Please send a resume and covering letter to careers@grandriver.ca in MS Word or PDF format and quote “Manager of Park Operations” in the subject line.

Deadline for Applications: 4:00pm Thursday July 6, 2017

We thank you for your interest, however only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

 


Manager of Park Operations Grand River Conservation Authority ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Ontario





Municipal Engineer

Municipal Engineer

City of Timmins

(Engineering Department)
(Competition No.: PWE-2017-12)

Reporting to the Engineering Manager the Municipal Engineer will be responsible for the following responsibilities:

DUTIES:
  • Responsible for the design of municipal infrastructure for re-construction projects (sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water main, sidewalk, roads, drainage, etc.);
  • Provide technical support to all departments with regards to structural design, reviews and remedial work practices;
  • Responsible to update and maintain all bridges and road assets and provide detailed reports for planning purposes;
  • Manage data acquisition and coordinate activities between departments (MDW, PSAB, GIS, etc.);
  • Responsible to provide technical information with regards to water and sanitary capacities in all areas of the municipality;
  • Provide field supervisory support to Engineering Manager for City of Timmins capital projects,
  • Assist Engineering Manager in obtaining project approvals from various levels of government (MOE, MNR, Fisheries, etc.),
  • Provide project management support to City of Timmins capital projects,
  • Participate in the preparation of Request for Proposal and Request for Tenders for municipal projects,
  • Undertake engineering studies and reviews as required to improve efficiency of operations,
  • Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Engineering Science in Civil Engineering.
  • Member (or eligible for membership) of the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).
  • Minimum 3 to 5 years experience in design relating to roadway, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, and watermain, preferably municipal related.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Project.
  • Strong working knowledge of Auto Cad Map, Soft Desk and OSIM.
  • Municipal experience would be considered an asset.
  • Current and clear Criminal Background Check required.

SALARY & BENEFITS:            As per the Non-Union Remuneration and Benefits Program

All applications must be received in the Human Resources Department by the closing date of June 30, 2017.

BY MAIL: 220 Algonquin Blvd. East, Timmins, ON  P4N 1B3            
HAND DELIVERY: 236 Algonquin Blvd. East, 2nd Flr., Timmins, ON   P4N 1B2
VIA FAX: 705-360-2685     
VIA E-MAIL: human_resources@timmins.ca     
Phone: 705-360-2628
www.timmins.ca

“Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.”
“Although we may have your application on file, you must re-apply for this specific competition.”
“Pour de l’information en français, veuillez appeler le 360-2600, poste 2312.”

WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


Municipal Engineer Timmins Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Ontario





Sustainable Energy Coordinator

Sustainable Energy Coordinator

Town of Richmond hill

Environment & Infrastructure Services Department
Contract: July 2017 – July 2019

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 of Energy and Waste, the primary purpose of this position is to track, analyze and communicate energy use and assist with identification and implementation of energy conservation projects. This includes but is not limited to the following key functions:

  • Support the implementation of the Corporate Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan by coordinating and tracking viable energy projects, implementation schedules, and funding sources
  • Assist with the implementation of energy conservation and renewable energy pilot projects
  • Support the Energy Coordinator with regulatory reporting required by the Green Energy Act
  • Collect and provide real-time energy consumption data and trends to operational staff and senior management periodically
  • Work with the Town’s Energy Team to optimize operating practices, equipment and building systems to improve energy efficiency
  • Review energy bills to identify billing errors and capture the Town's energy consumption in an energy management system
  • Identify trends and anomalies in energy consumption and investigate the cause and solutions
  • Assist with the development and implementation of energy conservation and awareness training including the delivery of a Town wide training program
  • Supervise consultants and contractors, including the tendering and selection process
The ideal candidate will possess:
  • A degree in Environmental Sciences, Engineering or Environmental Studies
  • Minimum 5 years of related work experience including a minimum of 3 years of specific energy management and conservation experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Professional designation as a Certified Engineering Technician, Certified Engineering Technologist, Certified Energy Manager (CEM), a licensed professional engineer in the province of Ontario (P Eng) or equivalent qualifications is required
  • Experience with energy management at the municipal level would be an asset.
  • Knowledge of relevant legislation is required
  • Strong knowledge and experience in energy management and building systems in relation to energy efficiency, performance, operation and maintenance, and life-cycle costing
  • Strong knowledge in Measurement and Verification Protocol for energy projects
  • Experience with developing and implementing training programs
  • Understanding of electrical metering, load profiling and analyzing electricity rate impacts
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, (i.e. tact and diplomacy) and the ability to build consensus and communicate effectively and concisely, both orally and written
  • Ability to work well independently with minimal supervision
  • Demonstrated strategic thinking and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with proven ability to deliver information and presentations to senior management
  • Demonstrated proficiency with PC based software including word processing, spreadsheets, project management applications and energy management software is required
  • You must possess a valid Ontario Class "G" Driver's License, and have access to a vehicle for use on corporate business (mileage compensated). You will be required to provide proof of vehicle insurance upon hire.

Hourly rate:      $39.54 - $46.51 (Subject to compensation review)

Closing Date: Internal applicants: 4:30 p.m., June 22, 2017; External applicants: 4:30 p.m., July 4, 2017

 

 Apply online on 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.

 

 


Sustainable Energy Coordinator Richmond Hill Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-04
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Ontario





Technical Analyst, Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection

 

Technical Analyst, Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection

City of Brantford

Job ID# 388

Under the general supervision of the Manager of Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Division, the Technical Analyst provides technical support, including financial information, developing, scheduling and coordinating of preventative maintenance programs along with special projects as it relates to the City's Water Distribution, Stormwater and Wastewater Collection systems.  Lead the Division in the implementation, training, management and maintenance of the Activity Tracing and Asset Management System (ATAMS).  Assist in the development and implementation of process flows as it relates to the Distribution and Collection systems.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
  • Assist the Distribution and Collection Supervisors in the development, monitoring, planning and scheduling of operations and maintenance activities and programs, maintaining compliance with MOECC legislation and industry best practices.
  • Lead the Division in the implementation, training, management and maintenance of the Activity Tracing and Asset Management System (ATAMS).  Assist in the development and implementation of process flows as it relates to the Distribution and Collection systems.
  • Assist Supervisors with the development and scheduling of annual maintenance programs, (i.e. watermain flushing, sewer jetting, catch basin cleaning, valve inspection, hydrant inspection).
  • Analyze monthly schedules and prepare reports for the purpose of dispute resolution.
  • Develop and maintain activity based planning and costing tools by correlating information using historical, actual and projected trends.Develop, review, update and maintain the Integrated Management System (IMS) as it relates to Health & Safety, Drinking Water Quality Management System (DWQMS), Wastewater Quality Management System (WWQMS) and other regulatory requirements to ensure that they continue to meet the requirements of the Corporation, Division, and IMS as well as any legal requirements.
  • Assist in performing internal audits related to the IMS.  This may at times include leading the audit, which includes setting the agenda, meeting with management, taking minutes, performing the audit, closing meeting with management and issuing non-conformances.
  • Assist in preparing financial analysis, asset lifecycle and preventative maintenance status reports for the completion of preventative maintenance plans, overall performance of maintenance activities, management of service delivery and the development of the Capital and Operating budgets.
  • Resolve discrepancies in work orders, generate monthly and quarterly financial status reports, and report on variances.
  • Improve current maintenance programs and monitor the processes.  Track Maintenance KPIs, develop and execute improvement plans.
  • Effectively plan Preventative Maintenance programs and apply process improvement model.
  • Develop and implement programs to monitor flow and pressure within existing infrastructure, ensuring data is forwarded to capital planning and construction groups as required.
  • Perform low pressure investigations, install hydrant pressure recorders, pressure zone monitoring and hydrant flow tests.Perform contract language review, recommend additions, deletions and working changes to contract documents.
  • Interpret By-Laws, drawings, blueprints and contract documents.
  • Input, manipulate, retrieve, create and manage system data ensuring that computerized data management systems are kept current, accurate and functional.
  • Operate equipment such as gas detectors, flow meters, data loggers, pressure gauges, chlorine testers, cell phones, laptop computers, electronic locating equipment, metal detectors and measuring tapes.
  • Review and comment on proposed modifications and additions to the Distribution and Collection systems.
  • Compile information such as charts and graphs for reports and Public Information Centres.  Writes reports, attends information meetings and presentations as appropriate.
  • Develop policies and procedures to facilitate asset renewal strategies, performance measures, and reliability standards.
  • Communicate with other Sections within the corporation to represent the Section’s interests, determine best practices and ensure consistency and cooperation within the Division.
  • Provide guidance and support to all levels of staff for the daily operations of the Division.
  • Set up meetings with staff from various levels within the organization, including developing agendas, facilitating meetings, summarizing meeting minutes and assigning tasks.
  • Participate and provide support in conducting investigations to determine root causes of non–conformances.
  • Prepare written reports to ensure compliance with corporate and regulatory requirements.
  • Participate in monthly Safety meetings and in some cases facilitate them.
  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled site audits of frontline staff.
  • Support the Division in emergency response planning including the maintenance of related information.
  • Research and provide recommendations on new technologies to improve repair techniques and service delivery.
  • Oversee and assign work to students.
  • Perform other duties as assigned which are directly related to the major responsibilities of the job.
  • Work in accordance with the provisions of applicable health and safety legislation and all City of Brantford corporate and departmental policies and procedures related to Occupational Health and Safety.
Qualifications:
  • Proven knowledge of the theories and practices of civil engineering or environmental studies, normally acquired through a Community College Diploma in a relevant discipline or an approved equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience.
  • Completion of a relevant Community College Diploma.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience related to water distribution and wastewater collection systems or acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Must possess a minimum MOECC Class I Operator Certificate in Water Distribution and Class I Wastewater Collection (by exam).
  • Previous experience and strong knowledge of Operations and Maintenance as it relates to the Distribution and Collection Systems.
  • Demonstrated experience in a municipal environment pertaining to operations, maintenance, construction, troubleshooting and problem solving skills relating to distribution and collections systems preferred.
  • Collect and provide documentation and draft reports for claims as requested by Risk Management (i.e. history, work orders, time sheets, performance standards, pictures, etc.).
  • Good knowledge of relevant legislation (Environmental, Labour and Safety) to ensure adherence to same.
  • The ability to coordinate and relate well with professionals and non-professionals within and outside the organization.
  • Experience in a computerized environment, including advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access and data entry, with ability to compile, calculate, and interpret trending data for parameters related to the Division.
  • Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) with the ability to communicate with all levels of staff, government officials, contractors, stakeholders, and the general public on technical issues.
  • Previous experience managing contracts and special projects is an asset.
  • This position requires a valid class "G" driver's license and proof thereof is required after hire. 

WAGE RATE: $34.72 per hours (based on a 40 hour work week) plus benefits

To apply on-line, please visit the City of Brantford website at https://careers.brantford.ca  and click on Current Opportunities.

Closing date for applications: Thursday, June 29, 2017, at 4:30 p.m.

Information gathered relative to this position will only be used for candidate selection.

We thank each applicant for taking the time and effort to submit your resume, however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

Our organization is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.  Applicants need to make their required accommodations known in advance.

 


Technical Analyst, Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection Brantford Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-29
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Ontario





Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager

Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager

City of Cold Lake

With a population of approximately 15 800, Cold Lake is a city that offers a wealth of excitement, adventure and entertainment for all in any season. Hugging the southern shores of Alberta’s seventh largest lake, this recreational paradise can be accessed in summer and winter through western Canada’s largest inland marina. New housing, excellent educational facilities, a multipurpose recreational facility and a college are just a few of the highlights that truly make Cold Lake a community of choice.

The City of Cold Lake is seeking an enthusiastic individual to assume the responsibilities of Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager. This is a permanent, full-time position.

Reporting to the General Manager of Community Services, the Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager is accountable for addressing day-to-day operational concerns relating to City of Cold Lake recreational facilities, the marina, and beautification of City park locations and cemeteries. This position is required to liaison with and assist multiple user groups, committees, stakeholders, and external service providers within the community. The Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager provides leadership and guidance to all staff members in the department, while promoting a positive and safe working environment. The position is responsible for the development and maintenance of facility, parks, and marina master plans to ensure that the City’s infrastructure remains sustainable. The Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager works closely with the Recreation Programs and Services Manager to ensure service levels and departmental goals are met.

The City of Cold Lake is looking for a candidate who possesses exceptional multitasking skills and has the ability to successfully manage multiple projects with tight deadlines. The incumbent must be able to remain open-minded and positive. The successful candidate must be trustworthy and able to deal with confidential and/or sensitive information. 

The successful candidate will have a University Degree in Business, Recreation, or a related discipline, and 5-10 years’ supervisory or management experience, preferably within a municipal or other government setting. Direct experience with facility and greenspace management is required, as well as Playground Inspector, Level II Arena Operator, and Level II Parks and Sports Fields Operator certifications. A strong computer skill set, including Microsoft Office, is required. Experience in dealing with grants and budget creation is also required. Strong communication (both written and verbal), and organizational skills are required, as well as effective problem solving and project management skills, and a keen interest in customer service.

The City of Cold Lake provides a competitive compensation package to successful candidates. This competition will remain open until July 9, 2017.    

The City of Cold Lake thanks all applicants; however only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted.

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

 


Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager City of Cold Lake AB

Expiry Date: 2017-07-09
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Alberta





Recreation Programs and Services Manager

Recreation Programs and Services Manager

City of Cold Lake

With a population of approximately 15 800, Cold Lake is a city that offers a wealth of excitement, adventure and entertainment for all in any season. Hugging the southern shores of Alberta’s seventh largest lake, this recreational paradise can be accessed in summer and winter through western Canada’s largest inland marina. New housing, excellent educational facilities, a multipurpose recreational facility and a college are just a few of the highlights that truly make Cold Lake a community of choice.

The City of Cold Lake is seeking an enthusiastic individual to assume the responsibilities of Recreation Programs and Services Manager. This is a permanent, full-time position.

Reporting to the General Manager of Community Services, the Recreation Programs and Services Manager is accountable for all recreation programming for the City of Cold Lake, including the Energy Centre, Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club, and other venues such as concerts or special events. This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Energy Centre front desk and for ensuring operational requirements are met for the facility. The Recreation Programs and Services Manager is also responsible for the development and maintenance of recreational facility event bookings, Cold Lake Golf and Winter Club bookings, events scheduling, and ensuring concert venues and other special events are carried out in accordance with departmental policy. This position is also responsible for ensuring that fee schedules are properly maintained and reviewed as required. The Recreation Programs and Services Manager works closely with the Recreation Facilities and Parks Manager to ensure service levels and departmental goals are met. As an ambassador for the City of Cold Lake, and a front-line supervisor, this position will strive to ensure superior customer service remains a priority when dealing with members of the community.

The City of Cold Lake is looking for a candidate who possesses exceptional multitasking skills and has the ability to successfully manage multiple projects. The incumbent must be able to remain open-minded and positive. The successful candidate must be trustworthy and able to deal with confidential and/or sensitive information. 

The successful candidate will have a University Degree in Business, Recreation, or a related discipline, and 5-10 years’ supervisory or management experience, preferably within a municipal or other government setting. A sound understanding of recreation programs and facilities is required, as well as a strong computer skill set, including Microsoft Office. Experience with PerfectMind software is considered an asset. Experience in dealing with grants and budget creation is required.

The City of Cold Lake provides a competitive compensation package to successful candidates. This competition will remain open until July 9, 2017.    

The City of Cold Lake thanks all applicants; however only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted.

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

 

 


Recreation Programs and Services Manager City of Cold Lake AB

Expiry Date: 2017-07-09
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Alberta





SCADA Maintenance Technician

 

SCADA Maintenance Technician

City of Brantford

Job ID# 387
Reporting to the SCADA Coordinator, the SCADA Maintenance Technician will provide installation, troubleshooting, commissioning and programming to maintain the City's process control hardware, instrumentation, and SCADA systems for the Water and Wastewater Treatment processes.

Qualifications

• Successful completion of a two (2) year Community College Diploma Program in Electrical or Automation or Control Systems Technology with progressive experience, including PLC controls, programming and networking or in a related field with equivalent education.
• Minimum 3 years of relevant work experience preferably in the water and/or wastewater field.
• A valid Certificate of Qualification as an Industrial Electrician would be considered an asset.
• Experience in the installation, maintenance, repair, modification of electrical, electronic and instrumentation equipment (including but not limited to PLCs, analyzers, transmitters, flow meters, MCCs, etc.).
• Ability to program RTU's, PLCs etc. and program various HMI packages such as iFix.
• Experience working with and programming Allen-Bradley PLCs would be considered an asset.
• Knowledge of and demonstrated ability in networking and SCADA Historians.
• Capability to read design drawings and schematics for electrical supply, electronic and process control and related equipment.
• Knowledge of water and wastewater treatment processes and process control as it relates to water system and sewer system design, operation and maintenance, and complex hydraulic systems including pumping, piping, valving, etc. would be considered an asset.
• Ability to work outside normal business hours and availability and ability to perform standby duties as required in accordance with City's and IBEW policies and to respond to emergencysituations.
• Uses CMMS work order system to create and/or close work orders for both preventative maintenance and unplanned maintenance activities.
• Demonstrated organizational skills, analytical and problem solving skills to resolve complex issues.
• Sufficient clerical ability to complete necessary reports and materials requisitions.
• Excellent verbal and written skills
• Knowledge of related acts, guidelines, regulations and legislation and the SCADA Standards.
• Physical dexterity and ability to work in and around equipment, in areas of limited access, dirty and / or noisy environments, elevated structures, confined spaces, requiring standing, walking, lifting, bending, and kneeling
• Computer skills including skill in MS Office, Avantis and SCADA programs.
• Ability to obtain an MOECC Operator in Training (OIT) certification within 3 months of commencement of employment
• Must have a valid Ontario Class G Driver's License in good standing during the course of Employment

WAGE RANGE: $23.81 to $35.28 per hour (based on a 40 hour work week) with benefits.

To apply on-line, please visit the City of Brantford website at https://careers.brantford.ca/ and click on Current Opportunities.

Closing date for applications: Thursday, June 29, 2017, at 4:30 p.m.

Information gathered relative to this position will only be used for candidate selection.

We thank each applicant for taking the time and effort to submit your resume, however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

Our organization is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.  Applicants need to make their required accommodations known in advance.

 


SCADA Maintenance Technician Brantford Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-29
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Province: Ontario





Manager, Roads Operations

                         

 Manager, Roads Operations

City of Kawartha Lakes

A Community Pursuing Prosperity, Quality of Life and a Healthy Environment

The City of Kawartha Lakes, located on the Trent-Severn Waterway in central Ontario, offers a unique mix of urban, rural, agricultural and water-front living to a growing population of 72,000, plus its annual seasonal residents and guests. Bordered to the south and west by the Oak Ridges Moraine and GTA and Haliburton and the Muskokas' to the north, our goal is excellence and responsible municipal management in the delivery of quality services to our residents and in planning for our communities.

If you are an innovative and dynamic leader in the business of roads operations management, we encourage your application to join our Management Team.

Job Description

This position is one of three positions leading day-to-day operational maintenance of a combined total road network of approximately 2700 km., including responsibility for depots, sand domes, salt storage buildings, drainage improvements, safety guiderail protection and traffic line markings.  On a day-to-day basis, you will be expected to coordinate the planning and execution of winter and summer maintenance operations in concert with the non-union Area Supervisors who report directly to you; evaluate and quantify road work and associated activities; benchmark costs and expenditures to ensure effective use of resources, and collaboratively work with other Managers to review and implement improvements to operational practices, drive efficiency and establish strategic plans for Roads Operations; provide strong customer service and manage service requests; ensure service levels and operational protocols are followed for maintenance activities; oversee and manage municipal gravel pits and resources; develop, manage and oversea area-based operating and capital budgets; manage corridor control review in accordance with corporate policy; ensure employee training needs are met relative to Heath and Safety, work procedures, new technology, innovation, legislation and regulations; and be responsible for hiring,  discipline, dismissals, performance and training of staff in consultation with the Director of Public Works and Human Resources staff.  To achieve this, you will be working independently and in concert with management, contractors, employees, and the general public.  Your work will enable the City of Kawartha Lakes to continually provide excellent support and delivery of services related to the operation of municipal roads.

Requirements and Qualifications:

You will be a motivated self-starter with a post-secondary diploma in Engineering with a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) designation.  You will have a minimum of 5 years of progressive experience in public works within an operational roads environment, along with significant current knowledge of winter control activities with appropriate use of materials, equipment and funds to effectively manage winter storm events and related activities.  Your knowledge and experience is rounded out with a strong technical ability relating to engineering solutions, and supervisory experience in a unionized environment.   You will have strong leadership, organization and management skills, along with excellent written and verbal communication abilities.  In addition, you will bring to the position a strong knowledge of legislation including but not limited to the Highway Traffic Act, Minimum Maintenance Standards, Ontario Traffic Manuals and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.   This position requires travel throughout the City of Kawartha Lakes to attend meetings and various work locations.  Some overtime or early/late meetings will be required.

Annual Salary:  $93,806 - $109,740

How to Apply: Applications may be submitted by email no later than July 6, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. quoting Job #17-084 to
City of Kawartha Lakes
P.O. Box 9000, Lindsay, ON  K9V 5R8
Email:  jobs@city.kawarthalakes.on.ca

A complete Job Description can be found at: http://www.city.kawarthalakes.on.ca/city-hall/employment-opportunities

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

Manager, Roads Operations Kawartha Lakes Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-16
Province: Ontario





Applications Expediter Permits

Applications Expediter (Permits)

City of Vaughan

CITIZENS FIRST THROUGH SERVICE EXCELLENCE

We have an exciting Full Time Unionized opportunity in the  Building Standards Department for an experienced and motivated individual
(JOB # J0517-0858)

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 the delivery of the department’s front line customer service including acting as a primary contact for both internal and external customers, coordinating work flow to ensure that applications are reviewed in a timely fashion, reviewing all permit submissions to confirm they meet the minimum application standards, examining / approving applications for sign permits for compliance with the City’s Sign By-Law and other applicable legislation, and preparing timely reports using the Amanda Application Management System.

Qualifications and experience:
  • Community College Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or Architectural Technology.
  • Minimum three (3) years related municipal experience including working with the public on a regular basis.
  • Working knowledge and understanding of Ontario Building Code, the Building Code Act,
    municipal bylaws, Regional Governance and building permit application and bylaw
    processes.
  • Proficient in written and verbal communication skills, word processing/computer skills, strong interpersonal and public relations skills. Able to work independently and as a team member, and have demonstrated organization and analytical skills.
  • Successful completion of qualification examinations as administered by the Ministry of
    Municipal Affairs for General Legal Processes or Small Buildings would be an asset.

In addition to offering a competitive compensation package, we have a strong focus on health and wellness, including fitness facilities and family-focused benefits.

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 Friday, June 23, 2017

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.

Applications Expediter (Permits) Vaughan Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-23
Date Posted: 2017-06-16
Province: Ontario





Project Manager – Engineering Design & Construction

Project Manager – Engineering Design & Construction

City of Hamilton

Bring your expertise as an Engineering Technologist to this exciting opportunity with the City of Hamilton Growth Management leadership team.

Reporting to the Manager, you will process and facilitate drainage projects through the engineering investigation and approvals stages. This will include the review of design and construction documents of municipal infrastructure related to drainage projects, and the preparation of Council reports, design and tender documents, and financial and servicing agreements.

Your qualifications as a Project Manager – Engineering Design & Construction include:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of municipal engineering practices and theories, normally acquired by obtaining a university degree plus progressive work experience, or graduation from a recognized community college in an accredited Engineering Technologist’s program with extensive progressive work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and related work experience.
  • As a minimum, registration as a certified member or eligibility for certification with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists.
  • Progressive engineering experience directly related to municipal engineering, with a sound background in land development and stormwater management.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple projects in a results-oriented and predominantly unionized environment.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with elected officials, representatives of other levels of government, management, peers, staff and the general public.
  • Demonstrated record of technical competence, team advocacy, and a customer focus.
  • Experience in designing and delivering customer-focused programs and services.
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of statutes, regulations and by-laws affecting the department/section.
  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficiency in the use of a computer and various software programs.

Note:

  • This position requires the use of a vehicle on a regular basis to travel to multiple locations throughout the city to perform project management duties, as assigned.
  • The successful candidate must possess a valid Province of Ontario Class "G" Driver's Licence and have access to a vehicle for use on the job.

This CUPE Local 1041 permanent, full-time position offers a wage range of $47.755 to $53.061 per hour (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 in Canada 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 Growth Management Division in the Planning and 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 Engineering Design & Construction Project Manager position, JOB ID #12727, and to apply online, by Wednesday, June 28, 2017.

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.

Project Manager – Engineering Design & Construction Hamilton Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-28
Date Posted: 2017-06-16
Province: Ontario





Manager of Environmental Engineering and Compliance

Manager of Environmental Engineering and Compliance

CITY OF ORILLIA

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AND OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

The Corporation of the City of Orillia has an opening for a full-time position of Manager of Environmental Engineering and Compliance in the Environmental Services and Operations Department.

DUTIES
  • Manage and oversee the design, tendering and construction administration of capital infrastructure projects for treatment plants, pumping stations, system upgrades and capital maintenance.
  • Ensure designs, tender documents and construction is in compliance with the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, City policies and by-laws as well as other regulatory agencies.
  • Review, analyze and recommend proposals and tender bids received and prepare and present reports to Council.
  • Manage all compliance requirements pertaining to regulatory approvals, system licensing and quality management.
  • Manage environmental engineering, compliance and water treatment and supply staffing complement.
  • Review and initiation of long term planning pertaining to master plans, asset management plans and financial plans.
  • Manage capital and operational budgets for assigned divisions.
  • Analyze water and wastewater documentation for new development, capital and operational upgrade requirements and environmental approvals.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Professional Engineer (P. Eng) registered in Ontario required.
  • Water/Wastewater Operator’s Licenses an asset.
  • Knowledge of storm water engineering an asset.
  • Minimum five years’ experience in municipal water/wastewater; systems design and operation required.
  • Maintain a current knowledge of engineering practices, treatment processes, compliance and management of plants and pumping stations.
  • Knowledge of federal and provincial environmental protection legislation.
  • Knowledge of engineering software applications including system modeling.
  • Strong interpersonal, supervisory, communication, report writing, and budgeting skills as well as the ability to work effectively in a team setting.
  • Excellent computer skills using MS Office applications, including Word, Excel, e-mail and the internet.
  • Possess class ‘G’ Ontario driver’s license and access to reliable vehicle.

The salary range for this position is $88,929 to $108,095 pursuant to Category 8 of the wage schedule for Exempt employees, plus a comprehensive benefits package.  Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume (in MS Word or PDF format) in confidence by July 6, 2017 at noon to:

Lori Bolton, CHRL,
Director of Human Resources,
City of Orillia,
50 Andrew St. South, Suite 300,
Orillia, ON, L3V 7T5
Fax: 705-325-5904   
Email: lbolton@orillia.ca

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

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

Manager of Environmental Engineering and Compliance Orillia Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-16
Province: Ontario





Supervisor, Parks Infrastructure and Horticulture

Supervisor, Parks Infrastructure and Horticulture

City of Guelph

The City of Guelph is a vibrant community with over 120,000 people located in the heart of Southern Ontario, just one hours driving distance from Toronto.  Set in a picturesque natural setting, Guelph is known for its rich architectural heritage, growing economy and excellent quality of life - all good reasons to consider a career in this beautiful city.

Job Summary:

Resumes are being accepted for the position of Supervisor, Parks Infrastructure and Horticulture within the Parks and Recreation Department. Reporting to the Manager of Parks Operations and Forestry, the successful candidate will be responsible for parks infrastructure maintenance and horticulture, including plant production. The functions performed in this position are in accordance with established standard operating procedures, departmental and corporate policies, sound horticulture/construction principles and practices, and applicable codes, with a focus on quality customer service and continuous improvement processes. Guided by the goals and objectives of the City of Guelph Administrative Plan and committed to the Corporate Values of integrity, excellence and wellness, the candidate will aid in the achievement of the Community Vision – to be the city that makes a difference.

Duties:
  • Provide visible and positive leadership to staff consistent with the commitments of the City’s Leadership Charter, developing and nurturing a work environment that is inclusive, respectful and motivating for staff.
  • Responsible for horticulture and parks infrastructure inspection and maintenance, including playgrounds, splashpads, skate park and parks; park facilities including washrooms, concessions, utility buildings, picnic shelters, signs, fencing, gates and bollards; park furniture including commemorative benches; park utilities including water and hydro; park amusements and special events; and, horticulture installations and maintenance in parks, trails, gateways, public spaces, and City facilities, including an operating floral clock; shrub and tree maintenance; and, greenhouse operations including plant production.
  • Supervise, delegate and oversee work carried out by staff (Full Time, Contract, and Seasonal) and contractors to ensure it is performed safely, effectively and efficiently and in accordance with City or departmental standards, level of service, specifications, policies, procedures, and legislated requirements.
  • Recruit, train, develop, manage and evaluate staff (Full Time, Contract and Seasonal); develop work plans and schedule work according to priorities; review employee performance on a regular basis and take corrective/disciplinary action, as required.
  • Supervisor, Parks Infrastructure and Horticulture
  • Develop, review/revise and implement policies, guidelines, best management practices and standard operating procedures to ensure all work practices comply with the City of Guelph’s Health and Safety policies, as well as with other applicable City policies and guidelines.
  • Document and analyze operational performance, activities, and costs.
  • Resolve/handle inquiries/requests for service/complaints from the general public, residents, emergency services, other departments, senior management and members of council.
  • Undertake qualitative and quantitative assessments of park assets, and develop and implement short and long-term maintenance strategies for them.
  • Schedule and oversee development, maintenance, capital programs (including assisting in the preparation of specifications and meeting with and scheduling of contractors), purchasing of supplies and equipment and overseeing and auditing of service contracts as appropriate.
  • Manage contracts and contracted services with suppliers and vendors, including price negotiations, in accordance with the City’s purchasing by-law.
  • Execute both capital and operational budgeted retrofits on a timely basis; in accordance with Public Sector Accounting Board, Canadian Standards Association, Electrical Standards Association and Technical Standards and Safety Authority and other ordinances, Municipal, Provincial, and regulatory bodies and legislation.
  • Assist with the development of operating and capital budgets; deliver programs and projects within budget.
  • Utilize available granting opportunities to maximize funding for identified projects, research, apply and report as required.
  • Ensure materials and equipment is available to execute work plans.
  • Contribute to needs analysis/projections and budget forecasting related to Parks Operations and Forestry equipment needs.
  • Investigate operational issues and identify measures to improve performance and quality of service.
  • Oversee the provision of documentation and evidence supporting the City’s risk management, insurance and legal representatives in addressing damage or liability claims against the corporation.
  • Plan and organize plant requirements for the planting season; oversee and guide annual plant production, including hanging basket and container stock.
  • Participate in professional and community committees and keep current in relevant areas.
  • Network with permitted user groups and special event organizers on a wide range of parks-related matters, including facilitation of large scale special events throughout the City.
  • Ensure that administrative requirements of the work group are being satisfactorily met.
  • Act temporarily in various departmental leadership positions as required.
  • Participate in the on-call rotation and flexibility to occasionally work evenings and weekends when required.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
  • Considerable experience related to the duties listed above, normally acquired through a diploma or degree in Landscape Design/Construction, Horticulture, Parks Management, or related field and experience in parks maintenance and horticulture showing progressively accountable positions. Candidates with an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Experience supervising staff or leading work teams in a unionized environment;
  • Valid Class “G” Driver’s License with a good driving record. Successful candidates will be required to provide a current driver’s abstract prior to their start date to confirm their license is held in good standing and that it has not been suspended or revoked under the Highway Traffic Act (HTA) or Criminal Code of Canada in the last 5 years. The City of Guelph will take into consideration the number of demerit points and/or nature of the infractions to determine if it meets our requirements.
  • Currently certified or the ability to obtain Playground Practitioner Certification and Splash Pad Practitioner Certification.
  • Currently licenced or the ability to obtain Ministry of Environment Pesticide License(s).
  • Currently certified or the ability to obtain Integrated Pest Management Accreditation.
  • Experience within a municipal environment would be an asset.
  • Knowledge in the management of parklands including procuring and managing contracted services to ensure compliance with specifications, regulations and policies.
  • Knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the Highway Traffic Act, and the Ontario Traffic Manual’s Book 7 for temporary conditions and other applicable legislation
  • Organizational skills with the ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Excellent verbal & written communication skills with the ability to communicate with all levels of staff, stakeholders and the general public.
  • Excellent customer service skills with the ability to resolve customer inquiries/complaints effectively.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and function effectively in a high volume workplace with competing priorities and time restraints;
  • Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office- Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook;
  • Joint Health & Safety Certification considered an asset.
  • Experience with CLASS, GIS, JD Edwards or WAM (synergen) is considered an asset;
  • Confined Space certification an asset;
  • Must obtain and maintain Standard First Aid, CPR and AED certification;

Rate:

$71,657.81 - $89,572.26 (per year)

How to Apply:

Qualified applicants are invited to apply using our online application system by Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Please note all applicants must complete the online questionnaire specific to this position at the time they submit their resume and cover letter in order to be considered. Proof of qualifications will be requested at the interview stage.

To access the online application system, please visit the job posting listed on http://guelph.ca/employment-careers/ and click on the “Apply for this job” icon. Instructions will follow.

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

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

The City of Guelph is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 


Supervisor, Parks Infrastructure and Horticulture Guelph Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-07-04
Date Posted: 2017-06-16
Province: Ontario





Development Leader

 

Development Leader

Town of Innisfil

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

Working in a cross-functional, collaborative and forward thinking environment that contributes to placemaking in Innisfil, you will be responsible for and oversee development activities related to Zoning By-law Administration, Committee of Adjustment processes and the Community Planning Permit System. You will set priorities for service delivery, identify process and policy enhancements, and develop performance measures/objectives to meet regulatory compliance with the Planning Act, as well as manage strategic projects, oversee staff for  application processing, assist with budget preparation, prepare reports/correspondence and represent the Town at Council meetings, public and community meetings.

In response to a high growth environment you will act as a community liaison, build relationships and provide ongoing guidance of a functional, technical and professional nature to staff and the development community. You will also provide leadership to the Development Coordinator team, and cross-functionally provide guidance and oversight to Community Development Standards Branch (CDSB) team. Effective community engagement skills are critical for this position, together with strong report and by-law writing abilities.

We are seeking a motivated, dynamic driven self-starter who thrives in a culture of disruption and wants to make a meaningful contribution to sense of place in Innisfil.  Your university degree in urban or regional planning or related field is complemented by five to ten of experience with zoning administration and committee of adjustment services, including supervisory experience.  You are certified as an Accredited Committee Secretary Treasurer (ACST), and a member of, or eligible for membership in the Ontario Associated of Committees of Adjustment and Consent Authorities (OACA), and possess outstanding time management, problem-solving, and communication skills.  A valid Class G driver’s licence and access to a reliable vehicle to use for corporate business is required as is the ability to attend evening and weekend meetings. Closing date is June 30, 2017.

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.

Development Leader Innisfil Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-16
Province: Ontario





Project Engineer

Project Engineer

City of Orillia

ENGINEERING AND TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
The Corporation of the City of Orillia has an opening for a full-time position of Project Engineer in the Engineering and Transportation Department.

DUTIES
  • Perform professional and technical engineering duties for the City; responsible for policy implementation, development of short and long-term goals and objectives, the coordination of all engineering functions and development and control of project schedules.
  • Provide information from a municipal infrastructure, transportation and transit perspective to facilitate the City’s master planning initiatives. Develop and recommend engineering standards to be used for City projects, and maintain/update the City’s Engineering Design Criteria Manual.
  • Oversee the checking of development plans and specifications with municipal requirements.
  • Manage, monitor and administer capital projects.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all municipal departments, various advisory committees, agencies and ministries. Liaise with regulatory agencies, the province, other municipalities and utility companies to coordinate goals and activities.
  • Design and prepare preliminary and final plans for highways, bridges, drainage structures, municipal utilities, roadway lighting, traffic control devices, and miscellaneous roadway facilities.
  • Provide input for the development and maintenance of traffic management policies and procedures.
  • Maintain and update traffic and parking by-laws.
  • Analyze and interpret data gathered from transportation studies and recommend traffic management initiatives.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and registration with Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO), P.Eng designation a requirement.
  • Minimum four years’ progressively responsible experience as an engineer in a municipal environment.
  • Ability to quickly assess and evaluate options for design and construction situations.
  • Knowledge of current construction design standards and procedures.
  • Strong interpersonal, supervisory, communication, report writing, and budgeting skills as well as the ability to work effectively in a team setting.
  • Excellent computer skills using MS Office applications, including Word, Excel, e-mail and the internet.
  • Possess class ‘G’ Ontario driver’s license and access to reliable vehicle.

The salary range for this position is $80,844 to $98,268 pursuant to Category 7 of the wage schedule for Exempt employees, plus a comprehensive benefits package.  Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume (in MS Word or PDF format) in confidence by June 30, 2017 at noon to:

Lori Bolton, CHRL,
Director of Human Resources,
City of Orillia,
50 Andrew St. South, Suite 300,
Orillia, ON, L3V 7T5
Fax: 705-325-5904    
Email: lbolton@orillia.ca

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

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

Project Engineer Orillia Ontario

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-16
Province: Ontario





Planner III Urban Design & Heritage

Planner III - Urban Design & Heritage

City of St. John’s

Job Number: J0617-0157
Department: Planning, Engineering & Regulatory Services
Appointment Status: Full-Time Permanent
Employee Group: CUPE 1289
Job Category: Planning and Development
Compensation: $48.13/Hour

Vibrant City, Vibrant Career
St. John's is a vibrant city with a strong connection to the past and a positive outlook on the future. As one of the oldest cities in North America we have a unique history, but we are also a growing city with the needs and opportunities of a modern urban population. The City of St. John’s is committed to recruiting world-class talent and expertise to join our City staff, more than 1200 strong, who provide a vast array of services to the residents of St. John's and the metropolitan area. If you are an innovative thinker with a positive attitude and a commitment to quality, we want you to help us make St. John’s a city where people want to live, work and play.

The Opportunity

The City of St. John's is accepting applications for the position of Planner III – Urban Design & Heritage, the primary focus of their work will pertain to urban design & heritage related matters.

Accountabilities
  1. Develops and/or works with consultants to develop the City’s Urban Design Guidelines and manages the ongoing interpretation and maintenance of the guidelines
  2. Provides leadership and coordination in identifying and developing policy and program needs related to urban design and the City’s built heritage and ensures the built heritage is protected and promoted
  3. Participates and leads public consultation with a variety of stakeholders and increases public awareness through design charrettes, information sessions and other means
  4. Advises developers on how proposals can be structured to meet the urban design guidelines and heritage area requirements
  5. Prepares drawings, sketches, computer models, photographs and other illustrations to support the urban design guidelines and heritage standards
  6. Provides information on buildings being considered for renovation and/or designation as heritage buildings and promotes public awareness of heritage buildings and street scapes
  7. Identifies buildings that may merit heritage designation, maintains the list of heritage buildings and administers the City’s Heritage Plaque program
  8. Conducts surveys and analysis on planning matters under the direction of the Chief Municipal Planner
  9. Compiles data and analyzes information, statistics, land-use and servicing information and formulates proposals and conclusions accordingly
  10. Reviews complex development applications and provides planning comments on same
  11. Prepares reports and provides advice on amendments to the St. John’s Municipal Plan, the St. John’s Development Regulations and other related documents
  12. Advises other City employees, developers and the public on zoning and other planning related matters
  13. Works with developers at conceptual stage to ensure proposals are in keeping with the intent of the Municipal Plan, the Open Space Master Plan, the Urban Design Guidelines, heritage guidelines and other guidance documents
  14. Acts as the City representative at public meetings and hearings related to development applications (after regular business hours as necessary).
  15. Acts as the Planning & Development Division representative at various committee meetings and prepares the agenda for the Heritage Advisory Committee
  16. Prepares and/or works with consultants to prepare development plans, neighbourhood plans and local area concept plans as required
  17. Assists the Chief Municipal Planner in the development of policy documents
  18. Assumes professional liability in accordance with his/her MCIP designation
  19. Carries out other duties as required.

The successful applicant will be required to participate in all training programs applicable to this position and other related work. The above statements reflect the general duties considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified and shall not be considered a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job.

Qualifications

Education:           A degree in urban design/planning from an academic program recognized by the Canadian Institute of Planners OR a degree in a related field.  Must be an accredited member of the Canadian Institute of Planners (MCIP) or have an equivalent designation in a related field.

Experience:        A minimum of seven (7) years of experience in heritage planning and urban design, which includes development and/or application of Urban Design Guidelines and built heritage regulations. Related experience in a municipal setting is preferred. 

Other:                   Must be an effective communicator who can build and maintain excellent working relationships with staff, developers and the public. The ability to make good decisions and meet tight deadlines under minimum supervision is also required. A working knowledge of computer software (Microsoft Office, ArcGIS and MSGovern) and experience producing 3D graphics are definite assets.

Use of personal vehicle is required for business purposes, and a valid class 5 driver’s licence with proof of business insurance must be provided at time of hire.

Hours of work:     

Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm (33.75 hours per week)                      

Applicants for positions must be members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 1289, or should be prepared to join the Union immediately upon appointment.                         

Please visit www.stjohns.ca/careers or click here to apply. We wish to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interview will be contacted. The City of St. John's does not accept applications in person, by email, fax or mail. Applications will be received up to 12:00 Midnight (Newfoundland Standard Time) on June 30, 2017.

The City of St. John’s is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the employment of a qualified workforce which reflects the community’s diversity.
 

 


Planner III - Urban Design & Heritage St John's NL

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-19
Province: Newfoundland and Labrador





Director of Infrastructure and Public Works

Director of Infrastructure and Public Works

Town of Paradise

We are seeking a qualified and passionate senior management team member to provide leadership and expertise in the Infrastructure and Public Works Department.

Located on Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula, the Town of Paradise (population 20,000+) is one of the fastest growing municipalities in the Atlantic Provinces.  Bordering the cities of Mount Pearl and St. John’s, Paradise is strategically situated to take advantage of the bustling resource driven economy of eastern Newfoundland. Boasting the youngest average age of all municipalities in the Province, Paradise is a community of expanding residential neighbourhoods with a growing commercial and industrial sector.  The successful applicant for this position will encounter a fast paced and varied work environment and the opportunity to be involved in shaping the future of a progressive community.

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the successful candidate will be responsible for providing strategic direction and leadership in all aspects of the Town’s Infrastructure and Public Works Department including engineering services, capital works programs, road maintenance and environmental services management. The incumbent will also be responsible for long term planning for the department and setting appropriate goals and objectives in alignment with the Town’s Strategic Plan.

This position is responsible for providing advice to the Council, CAO and other Senior Management on all facets of the Department; direct and indirect supervision of staff including the administration of the collective agreement as well as, preparation of the department’s annual and long term operational and capital budgets.

Qualifications:
  • Graduation from an accredited institution with a Degree in Engineering;
  • Professional Engineering Designation with ten (10) years’ experience;
  • Supervisory Experience; and
  • Experience in working in a unionized and municipal environment would be an asset.

The Town of Paradise provides a competitive salary with an exceptional benefits package.

Apply in confidence by forwarding your resume to:

Human Resources
Town of Paradise
28 McNamara Drive
Paradise, NL A1L 0A6
F: (709) 782-2643 or E: careers@paradise.ca

Closing Date:  June 30, 2017

Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Director of Infrastructure and Public Works - Paradise NL

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-19
Province: Newfoundland and Labrador





Learning and Organizational Development Specialist

Learning & Organizational Development Specialist

City of Vaughan

We have an exciting Full Time Non-Unionized opportunity in the Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer for an experienced and motivated individual.

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 promoting and supporting a corporate culture of continuous learning by contributing to the City’s strategic objectives for staff and organizational excellence. Designing/delivering corporate training curriculum and supporting various organizational development initiatives. Providing counselling/coaching services to staff and management and facilitating career development programs. Developing and implementing leadership / management development programs and supporting various change management and organizational effectiveness initiatives. Conducting learning and organizational development needs assessments to identify current trends and future requirements. Evaluates training programs and initiatives and recommends innovative changes/enhancements to meet organizational needs.

Qualifications and Experience
  • University degree with specialization in adult education, social sciences, or related field
    or suitable equivalent.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience and extensive knowledge in adult training methodologies, change management methodologies, instructional design, needs analysis, facilitation, research, consultation, program evaluation, and program design
    and delivery; preferably in a unionized public sector environment.
  • Thorough knowledge of employment legislation and management theory and practices.
  • Demonstrated ability to build credibility and partnerships with diverse work groups and
    internal stakeholders.
  • Sound judgment, problem solving, planning/organization, project management, issues management skills.
  • Exceptional oral/written communication skills, presentation, consultation, facilitation,
    relationship skills.
  • Experience designing and delivering training/development programs and services in a
    variety of areas including communications, team building, conflict management,
    diversity, and management / leadership competencies.
  • Proficient computer skills; thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Demonstrated ability in a variety of learning mediums including electronic presentation
    technologies, integrated multimedia, on-line learning technologies, video-conferencing,
    classroom design, use of e-learning tools and applications, learning management
    systems and web-based evaluation tools.
  • Demonstrated ability in the City’s core competencies and relevant functional
    competencies.
  • Additional assets: certification in various programs such as ADKAR/Prosci, Crucial
    Conversations, 7 Habits, Situational Leadership, MBTI, Innovation in a Box, etc.
  • A valid ‘G’ driver’s license in good standing; access to a vehicle; flexible to work outside
    normal business hours, as required.

In addition to offering a competitive compensation package, we have a strong focus on health and wellness, including fitness facilities and family-focused benefits.

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 Monday, July 3, 2017.

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.

Learning and Organizational Development Specialist - Vaughan ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-03
Date Posted: 2017-06-19
Province: Ontario





Corporate Asset Management Co-ordinator

Corporate Asset Management Co-Ordinator

City of Greater Sudbury

The City of Greater Sudbury’s Corporate Services Department is currently inviting applications for the permanent position of Corporate Asset Management Co-ordinator.

As the Corporate Asset Management Co-ordinator you are responsible to the Director of Assets and Fleet Services for the development of policies, standards, best practices, and technology improvements to build, implement, maintain and continuously refine a corporate asset management system.

Candidates will possess the following minimum qualifications:

  • Degree or diploma in Engineering, Finance, Accounting or a related field.
  • Professional designations in a related discipline will be considered an asset.
  • Certification with the Institute for Asset Management (IAM) is an asset.
  • Minimum of five years of related experience preferably in a municipal environment.

Knowledge of:

  • Working knowledge of federal, provincial and municipal legislation and regulations.
  • Asset Management principles and applications including risk assessment, capital budget planning, levels of service and life cycle cost analysis.
  • Change management.

The current salary range for this position is $3,048.18 to $3,588.46 bi-weekly (subject to review).

For more detailed information on this position, please visit our website at www.greatersudbury.ca/jobs

Qualified candidates should submit their resumes in confidence by FRIDAY, JULY 7TH, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. to:  Citizen Services Centre, c/o The City of Greater Sudbury, P.O. Box 5000, Station “A”, 200 Brady Street, Sudbury, Ontario P3A 5P3 or by fax: (705) 673-7219 or by e-mail to:  hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca

Please ensure to clearly indicate the competition number (EO17-298) on your resume.


The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment, and welcomes submissions from all qualified applicants.
All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  Personal information submitted will be used for the purposes of determining suitability for this competition only and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If contacted, and you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, you must advise the Hiring Manager.

Corporate Asset Management Co-ordinator - Greater Sudbury ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-07
Date Posted: 2017-06-19
Province: Ontario





Building Inspector/By-Law Enforcement Officer(s)

Building Inspector/By-Law Enforcement Officer(s)

Municipality of Chatham-Kent

Situated between two beautiful, fresh water lakes, Chatham-Kent is home to a rich, colourful landscape which creates a wonderful backdrop for our unique towns and welcoming communities. Our large geography, great climate and abundance of natural amenities ensure that there are activities for people of all ages and interests. Internationally known for our heritage, culture, and a variety of attractions and festivals. Chatham-Kent is an ideal location for you to live, work and play.

The Opportunity

The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is looking to you as our next Building Inspector/Bylaw Enforcement Officer with the Building Development Services Division. You will review plans and conduct inspections for residential, small buildings and on-site sewage systems to ensure compliance with the Ontario Building Code, Municipal by-laws and other applicable law. Using strong interpersonal and judgement skills, you will investigate and resolve inquiries/or complaints.

The Ideal Candidate

We are seeking a customer service minded professional with qualifications through the Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing (MMAH) in;

  • Powers and Duties of CBO
  • House
  • Small Buildings
  • Plumbing - All Buildings
  • On-site Sewage Systems

Our ideal candidate has three years of related experience in issuing permits and conducting inspections in a Municipal setting, or in the construction industry. Your knowledge is complimented by your post-secondary education in Architectural or Construction Technology (or related). Our ideal candidate will possess knowledge of building construction methods, techniques and technology, in addition to strong interpersonal, communication, organization and time management skills.

Compensation

This permanent full-time position has an annual wage range of $61,565 to $77,477 (based on grade 8 of the 2016 non-union compensation plan), plus benefits following the successful completion of a 90 day probationary period. The Municipality offers a comprehensive benefit package, including long term disability and an extended health plan.

Notwithstanding the above, candidates who do not fulfill all of our requirements may be considered in a Development Status capacity. Satisfactory passing of a vulnerable sector check, and proof of qualifications will be required of any successful candidate(s) for this position.

How to Apply

Please submit our application form and your resume to the address below before 4:30 p.m. on Friday, July 21, 2017:

Municipality of Chatham-Kent
Attn. Cathy J. E. Hoffman, MPA, CHRL
Chief Human Resource Officer
Fax:  519.436.3237

315 King Street West
P.O. Box 640
Chatham ON   N7M 5K8
Email address: Ckresume@chatham-kent.ca (preferred)

Click here for our Building Inspector posting. You will also find a media release regarding a job fair on Thursday, July 13, 2017.

The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is an equal opportunity employer, committed to fair and accessible employment practices that attract and retain talented employees. Should you require accommodations during the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources & Organizational Development (HROD) at 519-360-1998 or ckhr@chatham-kent.ca. Applicant information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Privacy legislation and will be used strictly for the purpose of candidate selection. We thank all candidates in advance; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Building Inspector/By-Law Enforcement Officer(s) - Chatham-Kent ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-21
Date Posted: 2017-06-19
Province: Ontario





Manager of Facilities

Manager of Facilities

Municipality of Bluewater

The Municipality of Bluewater is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to join our team. Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the Manager of Facilities will be part of the Senior Management Team and will be responsible for overseeing and directing all activities of the Facilities department according to provincial regulations and municipal policies, maintaining municipal facilities, overseeing new construction, directing equipment maintenance, supervising staff, preparing budgets and operating the department within budgetary allocations.

Key Responsibilities

Key responsibilities include:

  • Overall responsibility for running a highly effective, reputable and respected Facilities department comprised of up to 20 staff members (including seasonal).
  • Developing and implementing short and long term departmental goals, business plans and objectives in alignment with municipal strategies.
  • Preparing reports and giving presentations to Council to communicate and/or recommend program changes.
  • Experience with the RFP process, including preparing and submitting RFP’s, RFQ’s and tenders.
  • Ability to work outside regular business hours as required to attend scheduled appointments and meetings, and to respond to on-call and emergency situations.
  • Promoting a productive work environment while providing regular feedback, performance assessments and coaching to department staff.
  • Maintaining positive working relationships with all stakeholders including members of Council, staff, local municipalities, the media and community groups at large.
  • Integrating Health and Safety into all aspects of the department’s operations and ensuring that all employees work in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Qualifications

The preferred candidate will have the following qualifications:

  • Knowledge and skills in facility management normally acquired through a diploma or degree in Recreational Management or related field.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in Parks and Recreation and/or Facility Management, with experience in general management, project management, budgeting, supervision and public relations and exposure to compressors, heating and air conditioning and similar equipment.
  • Completion of a refrigeration course and possession of an ice-making certificate.
  • Strong working knowledge of computer applications such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and project and asset management software.
  • Familiarity or experience in rural/municipal operations would be considered an asset.
  • Demonstrates and promotes professionalism, respect and customer oriented behavior.
  • Knowledge of health and safety regulations, procedures and guidelines.
  • Ability to meet deadlines, function well under pressure, and respond to frequently changing demands.
  • Excellent written communication skills and strong research skills.

Travel is required for this role and a valid Ontario drivers’ licence is needed.  The successful candidate must be willing to provide a current (within the last 6 months) Police Vulnerable Sector Check as part of the hiring process.

The Municipality of Bluewater offers excellent benefits and a competitive compensation package. For a job description of this position, please visit www.municipalityofbluewater.ca.

Interested candidates are invited to submit a covering letter and resume in one PDF document to bluewatercareers@huroncounty.ca  Deadline for submission is 4:30p.m. Friday July 14th, 2017.

The Municipality of Bluewater is an equal opportunity employer. Disability related accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance. Personal information for this position is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and is used to determine eligibility for potential employment.
All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position.  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 


Manager of Facilities - Bluewater ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-14
Date Posted: 2017-06-19
Province: Ontario





IT Business Analyst/Project Support (6 month contract)

IT Business Analyst/Project Support (6 month contract)

Town of Innisfil

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

Working in a cross-functional and forward thinking environment, you will support strategic project implementation through process mapping and standardized documentation. An excellent communicator, you will participate in project meetings and will collaborate with internal stakeholders to extract, analyze and validate business requirements, establish project scope and root cause analysis. You will also prepare functional specification for IT to action, participate in implementation launches and work closely with the IT team to ensure projects are on track. Committed to excellence in customer service, you will build/maintain relationships with a broad range of stakeholders and commit to timely, friendly and professional follow-up to inquiries.

As a motivated, dynamic driven self-started who thrives in a fast-paced environment, your college diploma or university degree in Information Technology or Business, or related field is complemented by five years’ experience in business planning, process mapping, workflow and/or process redesign. Exemplary time/project management and problem solving skills and computer knowledge and proficiency with a variety of software applications are coupled with the ability to think critically and identify alternative solutions.  A Class G driver’s license and reliable vehicle for use on corporate business is required.

To learn more about the Town of Innisfil and to apply, please visit innisfil.ca/employment.  Closing date is June 26 2017.

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 Human Resources

IT Business Analyst/Project Support - Innisfil ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-26
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: Ontario





Summer Student

Summer Student

City of Vaughan

We have an exciting Full Time Non-Unionized opportunity in the Office of the Chief Information Officer for an experienced and motivated individual.

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 providing assistance with the management of IT Assets. Reporting to the Supervisor of Enterprise Systems, IT Assets and Contracts, with the following related to the effective review and collection of assets and processes within City departments:

  • Assisting in the collection of data related to IT Assets.
  • Coordinating visits with internal clients to complete an asset inventory for City departments.
  • Exporting data and running reports for analysis purposes.
  • Updating asset data records as necessary.
  • Assisting in the review of Asset Management and internal processes to aid with adding efficiencies.
  • Development and/or updating client Forms.
  • Assisting with administrative work as necessary for purchasing hardware and software.
  • Responsible for assisting with inventory management.
  • Perform other IT Asset management duties as assigned.

Qualifications and experience:

  • Working towards an undergraduate degree or college diploma in Information Technology, or suitable equivalent.
  • Knowledge of IT assets, such as hardware and software.
  • Understanding of computer hardware components and its peripherals.
  • Proficient in MS Office applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Basic Project Management skills and MS-Project.
  • Ability to work on time sensitive project tasks and deliver results within the allotted timelines (ability to work on several tasks at the same time).
  • Excellent spoken and written English.
  • Ability to deal effectively and courteously with internal staff and vendors.
  • Good interpersonal skills with ability to work independently, within a team, serving employees at all levels of the organization.
  • Self-motivated and service minded.
  • Flexible to work outside regular business hours, as required.

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, June 27, 2017.

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.

Summer Student - City of Vaughan ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-27
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: Ontario





Program Coordinator, Water Resources

Program Coordinator, Water Resources

York Region

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.

Program Coordinator, Water Resources
Environmental Services Department
Environmental Promotion and Protection Branch
Location: Newmarket, Ontario. This is a Union position.
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 35; Scheduled Shifts: 0830 - 1630
Temporary Full-Time, Approx. 12 months, Salary $48.15 - $52.33 per hour

Reporting to the Program Manager, Water Resources Monitoring, is responsible for organizing, coordinating and conducting programs for source protection and wellhead protection, monitoring program activities, watershed management and groundwater supply development; performing the statutory duties of the Risk Management Inspector prescribed under Part IV of the Clean Water Act; developing and maintaining guidelines, standards and policies for work being conducted on behalf of the Region; obtaining, planning and coordinating external consultants or contractors; planning of programs and projects; integrating technical information into evolving regional knowledge base; conducting public education and communication in source and well head protection and water supply development programs.

Qualifications
  • Successful completion of a University Degree in Environmental Science, Earth Science, Engineering or related field.
  • Successful completion of the provincial certifications for Risk Management Inspector (Part IV) and Section 88 Property Entry or ability to obtain within six months of appointment.
  • Minimum five (5) years relevant experience in hydro-geology and municipal groundwater resource management industry and other related programs.
  • Demonstrated working experience in Project Management for municipal planning studies.
  • Valid Ontario Class “G” driver’s licence free of any serious offences under the Highway Traffic Act.
  • Working knowledge of all aspects of the Clean Water Act including supporting technical rules, Part IV powers and related regulations.
  • Working knowledge of best management practices, industrial environmental management systems, responsible care and pollution prevention programs.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of relevant Standards, Acts, By-Laws, Regulations and guidelines, as they pertain to water, including environmental assessment and protection, hydrogeology, and municipal planning and municipal groundwater management.
  • Familiarity with process for development of Source Protection Planning in Ontario.
  • Knowledge of basic geology and hydrogeology principles, hydrogeological modelling, well construction and operations, environmental sampling methodologies, laboratory methods, groundwater servicing, municipal water supply operating procedures and quality standards.
  • Knowledge of and demonstrated ability in corporate core competencies including customer service, communication, team work, initiative/self management and accountability, and flexibility/adaptability
  • Computer literacy utilizing MS Office software applications as well as working knowledge of relational database systems and Geographical Information Systems.
  • Ability to interpret engineering drawings and documents of both internal and external agencies.
  • Ability to monitor, analyze and assess work methods.
  • Ability to work outside regular business hours, as required.

Please apply on-line at by clicking here by July 3, 2017, quoting competition #20919. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. For additional information on The Regional Municipality of York, please visit the above-mentioned website.


Program Coordinator, Water Resources - York Region ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-03
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: Ontario





PCS Support System Specialist

PCS Support System Specialist

York Region

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.

PCS Support System Specialist
Environmental Services Department
Operations, Maintenance and Monitoring Branch
Location: Newmarket, Ontario. This is a Union position.
Scheduled Weekly Hours: 35; Scheduled Shifts: 0830 - 1630
Temporary Full-Time, Approx. 12 months, Salary $50.52 - $54.92 per hour

Under the direction of the Supervisor SCADA Data Management & Support, is responsible for the maintenance and overall day-to-day performance of water/wastewater related systems, including the SCADA Historian and Real Time Data Acquisition Systems; working in consultation with PCS Assets, Technology Assests, and Information Technology Services (ITS) relative to data integrity, security, and integration ensuring the goals, objectives and business, and regulatory compliance needs of the Water and Wastewater Branch and Regional corporation are met; and assisting  in development and implementation activities to support the existing Water and Wastewater support systems and implementation of new projects and processes in coordination with branch staff.

Qualifications
  • Successful completion of a College Diploma in Information Technology, Computer Sciences or equivalent.
  • Experience and demonstrated ability on functional and technical levels of Real Time Data Acquisition Systems and in the use of relational databases.
  • Five (5) years’ experience providing project implementation analysis and support in data management systems, data integrity and security as it relates to water & wastewater systems.
  • Computer literate in applications such as SCADA, Computerized Work Management Systems, SQL, SQR, Actuate Report Design and Microsoft Access.
  • Knowledge of trends in the use of current technology as it relates to data management systems.
  • Understanding of programming development cycle.
  • Knowledge of and demonstrated ability in corporate core competencies including customer service, communication, teamwork, initiative/self management and accountability and flexibility/adaptability.
  • Analytical skills to assess application systems and end user needs, identify issues and recommend solutions.
  • Demonstrated ability to
  • Ability to wear a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus to enter confined spaces.
  • Ability to work effectively independently and cooperatively in a team environment.
  • Ability to work outside regular business hours as required.

Please apply on-line by clicking here by July 3, 2017, quoting competition #20643. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. For additional information on The Regional Municipality of York, please visit the above-mentioned website.


PCS Support System Specialist - York Region ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-03
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: Ontario





Building Inspector I

Building Inspector I

Town of Tillsonburg

Department Building/By-Law Services
Location 10 Lisgar Avenue
Posting Number HR 22.17
Status Full Time (40 hours/week)
Reports to Chief Building Official
Grade 9 (28.92 to 35.04)
Posting Period June 20-30, 2017
General Statement of Duties

Reporting to the Chief Building Official under the supervison of the Deputy Chief Building Official, this position will be primarily responsible for processing building permit applications, performing inspections, reviewing drawings and construction conformance related to buildings regulated by Part 9, Division B of the OBC (small buildings)

Qualifications
  • Post-secondary diploma or degree in Architectural, Construction or Engineering Technology or Certificate of Qualification, or suitable equivalent
  • Successful completion, or willingness to complete the provincial mandated examination program administered and authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing in: Legal Processes, House, Small Buildings, Plumbing- All Buildings, HVAC House, Building Services, Building Structural
  • CBCO designation granted by the OBOA, CET designation as granted by OACETT or a MAATO as granted by AATO is considered to be an asset
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the Ontario Building Code Act and Regulations regarding residential construction as well as a basic knowledge of mechanical, electrical and structural engineering design principles as related to building construction
  • Excellent knowledge of building construction methods
  • The ability to read and comprehend detailed construction drawings and site plans
  • Well-developed communication skills and excellent customer service skills with the ability to liaison with key external and internal stakeholders
  • Strong problem solving and decision making skills and the ability to function effectively with minimal supervision
  • Ability to meet the physical requirements (i.e. field inspections) of the position
  • Ability to handle stressful situations on a regular basis
  • A demonstrated commitment to enhancing a safety culture
  • Strong working knowledge of MS Office programs including: Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Valid Ontario Class “G” driver’s license
Position Responsibilities
  • Serve as municipality's Provincial Offences Officer for enforcement purposes regarding municipal by-laws, policies and codes
  • Review applications and plans for small buildings under Part 9 of the OBC with regards to completeness of the submission
  • Advise applicants and CBO/DCBO of incomplete submissions and application issues/items requested
  • Examine permit application documents and process applications for Part 9 Small Buildings to ensure compliance with the OBC and relevant Municipal By-laws for the purpose of permit issuance
  • Assists with permit application data entry and ensure that all applications are recorded, tracked and forwarded to the CBO/DCBO, as required
  • Perform inspections of small buildings required under Part 9 of the OBC and Building By-Law
  • Manage inactive open permits and deposits
  • Provide customer service in person, by telephone and e-mail
  • Must adhere to the prescribed Code of Conduct for Inspectors

NOTE:  Interested applicants are invited to submit their resumes in confidence to the HR Manager by 4:30pm on the last day of the posting at jobs@tillsonburg.ca.

All applications must include the posting number. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only those to be interviewed will be contacted.

The Town of Tillsonburg is an equal opportunity employer and all 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 of Tillsonburg will attempt to provide reasonable accommodation for a known disability for an applicant or employee if requested.

Building Inspector I - Tillsonburg ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: Ontario





Director, Stewardship & Conservation Lands

Director, Stewardship & Conservation Lands

Kawartha Conservation

At Kawartha Conservation, we believe our success is dependent on people who want to achieve great things.  We have a team of individuals who are talented, dedicated, and are committed to our mission to “provide leadership in watershed management and conservation”.

We are currently seeking a results-driven leader with strengths in conservation and project management to fill our position of Director, Stewardship & Conservation Lands. This position is responsible for leading and administering the Stewardship and Conservation Lands Department, which involves the successful planning, management, and implementation of the conservation areas, forest management, stewardship programs, education and outreach programs, and associated capital projects. The Director, Stewardship & Conservation Lands reports to the Chief Administrative Officer and works as part of the corporate leadership team, and with the Board of Directors, Municipal Officials, members of the public, and various stakeholder groups.

To be successful in this position, the candidate must consistently demonstrate professional integrity and management competencies of leadership, resource and fiscal management, networking and relationship building, results orientation, and risk management. Additional qualifications include:

  • Graduate from an approved university or college with a background in Ecosystem Management, Natural Resource Management, or related field.
  • Minimum ten (10) years demonstrated experience and knowledge in the Natural Resource management field; minimum seven (7) years of progressive supervisory related experience.
  • Experience with relevant federal, provincial, and municipal legislation and policies.
  • Excellent understanding of natural systems at a site and landscape level; specific expertise in a combination of park management, environmental stewardship, site design, outreach programming, and education an asset.
  • Excellent computer skills, proficient in MS Word, MS Excel; working knowledge of GIS applications, or landscape design software, an asset.
  • Solid understanding of workplace legislation such as the Employment Standards Act, WSIB, Occupational Health and Safety, Human Rights Act, and AODA.
  • Dedicated to exemplary customer service.
  • Demonstrated project management skills.
  • Proficient in report writing and presentations.

If you possess these skills and share our corporate values of knowledge, innovation, integrity, teamwork, and performance excellence we encourage you to visit our website at KawarthaConservation.com for a full job description, and to review our complete list of corporate values that drive our success.

Applicants are required to electronically submit a cover letter that specifically demonstrates how you meet the position qualifications above, with a resume in one MS WORD or ADOBE PDF, no later than midnight, July 16, 2017 to:

Email: resumes@kawarthaconservation.com
Re: Director, Stewardship & Conservation Lands
Kawartha Conservation
277 Kenrei Road, Lindsay ON  K9V 4R1
Tel: 705.328.2271  Fax: 705.328.2286

We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.  We will accommodate the needs of applicants in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process.  Please advise Human Resources to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process.

Director, Stewardship & Conservation Lands - Kawartha Conservation

Expiry Date: 2017-07-16
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: Ontario





Legislative Coordinator

Legislative Coordinator

Niagara Region

Closing Date July 4, 2017 Type Regular Full-Time
Work Hours 35 hours/week Union Non-Union
Location Thorold, ON Salary $59,245-$69,700
Summary

Reporting to the Deputy Regional Clerk, the Legislative Coordinator is responsible for the full range of services supporting the legislative process including the coordination of agenda and meeting management for the assigned portfolio, ensuring all required materials and agendas are prepared and distributed, and adhering to the Corporate legislated schedule.

The Legislative Coordinator must exhibit discretion and work independently while maintaining confidentiality.

The position requires the incumbent to frequently meet tight timeframes.

In the absence of the Deputy Regional Clerk, the Legislative Coordinator may serve as the Acting Deputy Regional Clerk. 

Responsibilities

Coordinate Agenda and Meeting Management

  • Develop thorough understanding of applicable electronic agenda/meeting management software and coordinate its effective use including Councillor and staff access, training for Councillors and Clerk’s staff, and site maintenance
  • Develop a schedule of meetings for committee portfolio in collaboration with appropriate staff representatives and issue electronic meeting invitations to committee members
  • Prepare agendas and addendums for assigned committee portfolio and Council, as required
  • Assist with preparation of by-laws, motions, resolutions, staff report recommendations, etc. required for meetings
  • Attend Committee and/or Council pre-meetings, as necessary, and provide advice to the chairperson and staff representative(s) on agenda and procedural matters prior to the meeting to ensure an efficiently run meeting
  • Attend meetings of assigned committees, provide procedural advice during the meeting as required, and record open and closed proceedings
  • Provide assistance (i.e. minute-taking, audio/visual (A/V) support) to the Regional Clerk and Deputy Regional Clerk during Council meetings
  • Prepare follow-up correspondence emanating from Council and Committee meetings both to give effect to the decision of Council and of an informational nature for the signature of the Regional Clerk and/or Deputy Regional Clerk includes distribution of appropriate documents when necessary

Support Council, Committee and Corporate Staff

  • Oversee the preparation of correspondence and materials by administrative staff for Councillors
  • Research items and matters for the Regional Clerk, Deputy Regional Clerk, Councillors and staff and liaise with officials of other departments, agencies, boards, and commissions to receive and to transmit this information
  • Oversee the creation and maintenance of master lists/databases including those related to councillor information requests, staff report requests, by-laws, corporate calendar of events, “hot topics”, etc.
  • Provide training on applicable corporate policies, procedures and systems to citizen committee chairs, vice chairs and committee members
  • Other duties as assigned

Customer Service and Public Engagement

  • Respond to enquiries from external and/or internal sources respecting the decisions or other matters relating to Committees and/or Council by researching files for reports, gathering minutes excerpts, and/or other background information
  • Oversee internal and external web content for the division and Council and its committees (i.e. posting agendas and minutes, by-laws, terms of reference, membership information, staff contact information, divisional information, etc.)
  • Continually investigate best practices in customer service for implementation in the division
  • Provide guidance and advice to delegates before the meetings to ensure pertinent information is obtained and that they are advised of the disposition of their items
  • Facilitate community involvement and support Council in a set of appointment processes
  • Serve as the primary Commissioner of Oaths and Affidavits for the Corporation
  • Coordinate and assist in Regional protocol functions and at special Corporate events (i.e. delegations, Inaugural, Pre-Inaugural and Councillor Orientation)

Legislative Interpretation and Responsibilities

  • Provide expert procedural advice to Council, Committees, staff, public, partners, etc. based on advanced knowledge of Niagara Region’s Procedural By-law, the Municipal Act, 2001, parliamentary procedure, etc.
  • Research, develop and interpret policies, procedures and legislation in the context of the day-to-day operations of the Corporation
  • Provide legislative support to members of Council, staff and the public
  • Keep apprised of changes in the Municipal Act, 2001 and other relevant legislation to ensure that Corporate procedures/policies are updated to accurately reflect any changes in legislation and staff assignments
  • Ensure best practices in Municipal Act, 2001 and the Region’s Procedural By-law administration are designed and implemented in Niagara Region
  • Participate in regular updates to the Region’s Procedural By-law in collaboration with the Regional Clerk and Deputy Regional Clerk

Management, Leadership and Divisional Team Support

  • Provide leadership/guidance to team
  • Provide backup assistance to the other Legislative Coordinator
  • Lead or participate in inter-departmental and corporate project teams, including assistance with high profile special/official events/projects
  • Develop implementation / training plans that are aligned with any new initiatives, processes and/or protocols.
  • Ensure the development of a Standard Practice Procedure Manual for all functions of the Council Secretariat Division and be responsible for its continued maintenance
  • Assist Deputy Regional Clerk in the day-to-day management of the division, including developing, encouraging and supporting direct/indirect reports in the corporate culture (i.e. approaches to customer service, corporate and stakeholder collaboration, etc.)
  • Provide back up to the Regional Clerk and/or Deputy Regional Clerk, as needed, including participation in emergency management situations and training exercises, emergency planning, business continuity, etc.
Knowledge
  • minimum 2 years’ administrative experience preferably in a government environment with demonstrated strong communication and computer skills.
  • 5 years’ experience in a Municipal Clerk’s Office including the Council and Committee secretariat function preferred.
  • Completion of or willingness to complete the Municipal Administration Program
  • CMM designation.
Education
  • Completion of secondary school and relevant supplementary education, or post-secondary degree or diploma.
  • Post-secondary degree or diploma in Politics, Administration or Business or a related field preferred
Special Requirements
  • In accordance with the Corporate Criminal Record Check Policy, the position requires the incumbent to undergo a Criminal Records Check and submit a Canadian Police Clearance Certificate.
  • Regional staff strive to enable the strategic priorities of council and the organization through the completion of their work. Staff carry out their work by demonstrating the corporate values of service, honesty, choice, partnership and respect.
Closing Statement

To explore this opportunity and apply online, please visit the online posting at www.niagararegion.ca.  Let us know why you would be an excellent team member by submitting your online application no later than July 4, 2017 before midnight.
We appreciate receiving all expressions of interest; however, only those candidates invited for an interview will be acknowledged.   We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Great Careers & Healthy Lifestyles

Picturesque, multi-cultural, and rich with tourism, industry, and agriculture, Niagara region encompasses the famous Falls and world-class vineyards. With a population of well over 430,000, our 12 communities have made us one of the most desired places to live, work, and play.

With over 3,000 employees, Niagara Region is responsible for such diverse areas as land use planning, transportation, water and wastewater treatment, waste collection and management, emergency medical services, public health, children’s services,  and seniors’ programs to name a few. Niagara Region offers great career opportunities in municipal service and our competitive salaries, attractive benefits, and wealth of programs will support your personal wellness and professional growth.

We value Choice, Honesty, Respect, Partnerships, and Service. If you share the same passion, we want to hear from you.


Legislative Coordinator - Niagara Region ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-04
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: Ontario





Director of Public Works & Services

Director of Public Works & Services

District of Hudson's Hope

The District of Hudson’s Hope is a picturesque and vibrant community situated on the banks of the Peace River in the foothills of the Rockies. With a population of 1,100, the community provides a relaxed lifestyle and offers many recreational opportunities.

The Director of Public Services is a management position responsible for the planning, organization, direction and integration of the District’s public works, utilities and facilities. The Director of Public Services will provide expert professional assistance to the Chief Administrative Officer in areas of expertise including engineering, municipal water, sewer collection, wastewater collection, street, building and landscape maintenance.

Other responsibilities will include policy development, program planning, fiscal management, administration, and operational direction of the District’s public works, water distribution, sewer and wastewater collection system and maintenance functions. The Director of Public Services is responsible for accomplishing department objectives and goals within guidelines established by the District Council and Chief Administrative Officer.

This position requires a technically strong individual with excellent management skills, who is capable of communicating effectively with residents, contractors, professionals and senior levels of government. A detailed job description for this position can be obtained by contacting the municipal office.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. A comprehensive benefits package and relocation assistance will be provided as required. The District thanks all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Applications with a detailed résumé of work experience, education and qualifications will be received at the municipal office until 4:30pm, Friday, July 14, 2017. If any clarification is required, please contact the undersigned.

Tom Matus, Chief Administrative Officer
District of Hudson’s Hope
9904 Dudley Drive, PO Box 330
Hudson’s Hope, BC, V0C 1V0
Tel: (250) 783-9901 / Fax: (250) 783-5741
cao@hudsonshope.ca


Director of Public Works & Services - District of Hudson's Hope

Expiry Date: 2017-07-14
Date Posted: 2017-06-20
Province: British Columbia





Project Manager, Wastewater/Stormwater

Project Manager, Wastewater/Stormwater

City of Vaughan

We have an exciting Full Time Non-Unionized opportunity in the Environmental Services Department for an experienced and motivated individual.

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 supporting wastewater service objectives. through managing various projects, including but not limited to, improving system hydraulic efficiency through the use of flow monitors, inflow and infiltration projects, modelling and other related projects. Participates and contributes to wastewater infrastructure planning projects, while ensuring such projects are aligned and inclusive with capital works. Oversees technical review of development applications. Conducts research and benefit /cost analysis to determine best practices; identifies long-range strategies for responsible and sustainable wastewater and stormwater services; develops and manages policies, contracts, tenders, bylaws and other documents related to same. Provides technical support to staff.

Qualifications and experience:
  • Professional Engineer designation (P. Eng) in good standing in the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) with a minimum of five (5) years’ work experience or Fully Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T.) designation in good standing in the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technologists and Technicians (OACETT) with seven (7) years’ work experience. Work experience must include extensive project management and contract administration experience in planning, coordinating, designing and constructing, complex, multidisciplinary projects in a municipal environment.
  • Certification as a Project Manager Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute is an asset.
  • Skilled in leading effective project teams and developing collaborative internal and external business relationships.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the Safe Drinking Water Act, Ontario Water Resources Act and other related government, labour, employment and Human Rights Legislation.
  • Excellent knowledge of municipal engineering industry standards, trends, emerging issues and applicable legislative requirements.
  • Computer literate and proficient in MS Windows, Outlook, Word, Excel, PeopleSoft etc., and working knowledge of ArcGIS, SCADA, Wastewater and Stormwater Modeling programs and willingness to learn other specialized computer software applications and techniques as required.
  • Exceptional interpersonal, organizational, and analytical skills; excellent oral and written communication skills on technical and non-technical matters, including effective report writing.
  • Skilled in leading effective project teams and developing collaborative internal / external business relationships.
  • Ability to self-manage, and identify issues, challenges, and opportunities and propose solutions.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Ability to deal courteously and effectively with the Public, Staff, Members of Council, Consultants, and the Development Industry.
  • Knowledge of, and demonstrated ability in, the city's core competencies and relevant functional competencies.
  • Possesses a valid Ontario Class 'G' driver's license in good standing with access to a reliable vehicle for corporate use.
  • Ability to work outside regular business hours, as required.

In addition to offering a competitive compensation package, we have a strong focus on health and wellness, including fitness facilities and family-focused benefits. 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, July 4, 2017.

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. Applicant information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 (S.O. 2001,c.25) and will be used to determine qualifications for employment with The Corporation of the City of Vaughan.  Questions about this collection should be directed to the Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, 2141 Major Mackenzie Drive, Vaughan, ON, L6A 1T1, (905) 832-8585.

Project Manager, Wastewater/Stormwater - City of Vaughan ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-04
Date Posted: 2017-06-21
Province: Ontario





Building Official

Building Official

Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville

Department Development Services
Status Full-Time, Permanent
Date Posted June 16, 2017
Date Closing June 30, 2017 4:30 pm
Number of Positions 1
Scheduled Hours/Shifts 35 hours per week, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday
Salary $63,645 - $77,423 per year
Position Purpose

Reporting to the Deputy CBO/Building Engineer, the Building Official is responsible for protecting the health, welfare and safety of all persons using large and small buildings. (OBC, Parts 3 & 9). Scope includes inspecting buildings and reviewing plans in respect to: architectural, structural, fire protection, plumbing, heating, ventilation, mechanical, and electrical systems. Common duties include documenting inspections, preparing reports, issuing orders, initiating legal action, preparing court files, responding to general code inquiries and various other duties as assigned.

Qualifications and Requirements

The successful candidate must be initially qualified with the MMA (Ministry of Municipal Affairs) in the following categories: General Legal (Powers & Duties of an Inspector) and Plumbing-All Buildings. Within three years of employment the successful candidate agrees to further obtain: Powers & Duties of CBO, Small Buildings, Large Buildings, Building Structural, Building Services, Detection, Lighting and Power, and On-Site Sewage. Must have working knowledge of the Ontario Building Act, Ontario Building Code regulations, Applicable Law, Occupational Health & Safety Act and other relevant legislations. Applicants must also have:

  • College degree/diploma (3 years) in Architecture, Engineering, Building Science, or a combination of six (6) years professional experience with four (4) years in a Code enforcement environment and education focused on building construction, building design, and law enforcement
  • Plumbing systems experience
  • Sound knowledge of architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical design, with emphasis on aspects of construction involving plumbing systems and general life safety design.
  • Proven ability to read, comprehend, understand and interpret every type of commonly submitted construction plan and document
  • Ability to exercise discretion and good judgement when handling confidential/sensitive information accompanied by the ability to communicate controversial matters with individuals
  • Advanced interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact effectively with all public, contractors, professional designers, builders, municipal staff, elected officials, residents, and other agencies
  • High degree of accuracy, attention to detail and record keeping skills
  • Computer proficiency using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and internet research skills
  • Valid Class “G” driver’s license and reliable vehicle to use for Town business
  • Ability to attend evening meetings and/or work overtime during peak periods
How to Apply

Please forward your resume in confidence by June 30, 2017 at 4:30 p.m., identifying Job # 2017-032-IE in the subject line to hr@townofws.ca.

Committed to diversity and a barrier-free environment: Whitchurch-Stouffville 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. At the Town, we respect, encourage, and celebrate our diversity. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise if you require accommodation.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Building Official - Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville ON

Expiry Date: 2017-06-30
Date Posted: 2017-06-21
Province: Ontario





Manager I - Building Engineer (Mechanical)

Manager I - Building Engineer (Mechanical)

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

Reporting to the designated Manager within Development & Compliance Services, the Manager I, Building Engineer, reviews mechanical and structural drawings, plans, specifications and design data for all buildings and structures to ensure compliance with the Ontario Building Code Act, 1992, the Ontario Building Code, related Municipal by-laws, other applicable by-laws, and conducts structural and mechanical inspections on site.  The Manager I, Building Engineer assists the Manager II responsible for structural building engineering or mechanical building engineering as required.

Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering.  Current designation as a Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario.  (Individuals with imminent registration as a Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario may be considered.)
  • Four to five years of related experience is required.

Provincial Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of all applicable Ministry of Municipal Affairs examinations.  
  • Successful completion of Ministry of Municipal Affairs examination on “General Legal Process”.

Current maintenance of qualifications as determined by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs.

Specialized Training and Licenses
  • Strong technical knowledge of Ontario Building Code and the ability to interpret various types of drawings, specifications, engineering reports and legal documents. 
  • Advanced knowledge of the AMANDA program is an asset.
  • Advanced knowledge of NFPA96, NFPA13/13R/13D/20-10/14-10 is an asset.
  • Demonstrated leadership, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Possession of a valid Class “G” Driver’s Licence.
How to Apply

For a complete job description and to apply on-line, please visit the City of London website at http://bit.ly/2rRnwpR and click on Current Job Openings.

Please note following the interview stage, official transcripts as well as a criminal record check will be required prior to moving to the next stage in the selection process.

Closing Date for Applications:  Tuesday, July 4, 2017

We appreciate all applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 
The City of London is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities.  If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.  Accommodation may be provided in all parts of the hiring process.

Manager I - Building Engineer (Mechanical) - City of London ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-04
Date Posted: 2017-06-21
Province: Ontario





Resource Management Technical Assistant

Resource Management Technical Assistant

Grand River Conservation Authority

General Accountabilities

The Resource Management Technical Assistant provides technical and administrative support to the division including: Planning and Regulations, Natural Heritage, Environmental Education & Restoration and Policy programs.  This position provides support and prepares responses to inquiries and requests related to GRCA planning and regulations programs. Duties also include file and data management and reporting, data entry and analysis as well as nature centre and conservation services administrative support. This position reports to the Director of Resource Management.

Specific Accountabilities
  1. Provide administrative support services for the Director of Resource Management and the Division. Maintain filing and document management systems and data entry.
  2. Process legal, real estate and public inquiries and assist in the preparation of correspondence regarding GRCA regulations on specific sites.
  3. Compile file tracking and summary reports from the planning database and other sources for planning and regulations programs.
  4. Assist in preparation of background information and correspondence for permit, plan review and resource planning submissions.
  5. Assist with nature centre and conservation services programs including scheduling programs and resources, co-ordinate event registration and notices and respond to general inquiries.
  6. Process fee payments and liaise with accounting staff as required.
  7. Provide coverage for other administrative staff, co-ordinate the training of student/temporary administrative staff and assist with other GRCA administrative duties.
  8. Organize internal and external meetings and events including preparation and distribution of meeting agendas and minutes, booking facilities, catering and equipment. Attend meetings and events as required.
  9. Assist staff with Microsoft Office suite of tools and scanning of drawings or maps.
  10. Other related duties as assigned by the Director of Resource Management.
Technical Accountabilities
  1. University Degree or College Diploma in Environmental Resources, Planning, Administration or related discipline.
  2. Minimum of 1 year of administration, planning or related experience.
  3. Proven communication (written and verbal) and excellent interpersonal skills.
  4. Ability to work in a team or independently with limited supervision and maintain a high level of work productivity and quality with a strong customer service delivery focus.
  5. Demonstrated experience in file and document management with a high level of attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
  6. Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office (i.e. MS Word, Outlook, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) and knowledge Adobe Acrobat and AODA requirements for customer service and written communication.
  7. Working knowledge of resource management or water management principles and familiarity with the Conservation Authorities Act and municipal planning applications is an asset.
  8. Demonstrated ability in the use and interpretation of mapped information including orthoimagery and legal surveys and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and familiarity with database systems and analysis tools.
  9. Ability to organize, summarize and assist with the interpretation and analysis of data and information required to support projects in the Resource Management Division.
  10. Ability to exercise professional judgment and discretion in dealing with confidential information.
  11. A valid driver's license.

The salary range for this position is Job Level D $41,872 to $50,939 - annual salary

GRCA offers a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision care, life and disability insurance, membership in the OMERS pension plan and a pass which entitles you to free entry into all conservation areas. The GRCA also offers its employees a flexible work schedule.

Approximate Start Date: August 2017

To Apply:  Please send a resume and covering letter to careers@grandriver.ca in MS Word or PDF format and quote “Resource Management Technical Assistant” in the subject line.

Deadline for Applications: 4:00pm Tuesday July 4, 2017

We thank you for your interest, however only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance.

Resource Management Technical Assistant - Grand River Conservation Authority

Expiry Date: 2017-07-04
Date Posted: 2017-06-21
Province: Ontario





Design Engineer

Design Engineer

City of Brantford

Reporting to the Manager of Design and Construction, the Design Engineer is responsible for providing municipal engineering expertise, preparing design drawings and specifications, and administering the construction of various municipal engineering projects in the City of Brantford

Qualifications
  • Excellent project management skills within a technical competency,
  • Competent in environmental assessments, preliminary and detailed design, cost estimates, specifications, contract documents, tendering, contract administration and commissioning,
  • Expertise in providing sound engineering advice and recommendations to council, internal and external agencies,
  • A high level of integrity, as an effective leader, with excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Skilled communicator within a multi-functional and collaborative team environment,
  • A strong awareness of municipal government and of pertinent legislation and policies within local, provincial and federal governments.
  • Competent in the use of computer programs in particular Microsoft programs (Microsoft Office, Excel, Power Point, Project Schedule) and working knowledge of AutoCad, Civil 3D

Salary Range: $81,007 to $101,259 (based on a 35 hour work week) with benefits.

To apply on-line, please visit the City of Brantford website at https://careers.brantford.ca/ and click on Current Opportunities.

Closing date for applications: Thursday, July 6, 2017, at 4:30 p.m.

Information gathered relative to this position will only be used for candidate selection.
We thank each applicant for taking the time and effort to submit your resume, however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.
Our organization is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.  Applicants need to make their required accommodations known in advance.

 


Design Engineer - City of Brantford ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-06
Date Posted: 2017-06-22
Province: Ontario





Manager of Fleet Services

Manager of Fleet Services

City of Greater Sudbury

The City of Greater Sudbury’s Corporate Services Department is currently inviting applications for the permanent position of Manager of Fleet Services.

As the Director, you are responsible to the Director of Assets and Fleet for all decisions, strategic planning, projects, budget, goals and objectives, and problem resolution for the section.  Provides direction and leadership to Fleet Services Section staff responsible for the maintenance, repair, registration, acquisition and disposal of fleet vehicles and equipment.

Qualifications

Candidates will possess the following minimum qualifications:

  • College Diploma in a related discipline from a recognized Community College with Canadian accreditation.
  • Additional education in Fleet or Automotive Management and training initiatives to update and expand competencies an asset.
  • Automotive Service Technician, Truck and Coach Technician, Ministry of Transportation Licences as recognized by the Province of Ontario an asset.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of experience in the management of large, unionized, and highly diversified public or private sector organization.
  • Management of a full range of motorized vehicles found in a municipal fleet, including purchasing, maintenance and disposal, and a minimum of two (2) years of experience in vehicle and equipment repair in a supervisory capacity highly desirable.

Knowledge of:

  • Budgeting, cost-estimating, and fiscal management principles and procedures.
  • Repair of large equipment and machinery and preventive maintenance, and vehicle and equipment repair scheduling procedures.
  • Managing building controls.

The current salary range for this permanent position is $3,690.20 to $4,341.54 bi-weekly.

For more detailed information on this permanent position, please visit our website at www.greatersudbury.ca/jobs

Qualified candidates should submit their resumes in confidence by THURSDAY, JULY 13TH, 2017 at 4:30 p.m. to:  Citizen Services Centre, c/o The City of Greater Sudbury, P.O. Box 5000, Station “A”, 200 Brady Street, Sudbury, Ontario P3A 5P3 or by fax: (705) 673-7219 or by e-mail to:  hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca

Please ensure to clearly indicate the competition number (EO17-301) on your resume.

The City of Greater Sudbury is dedicated to maintaining a fair and equitable work environment, and welcomes submissions from all qualified applicants.
All applicants are thanked for their interest in this position, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  Personal information submitted will be used for the purposes of determining suitability for this competition only and in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If contacted, and you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, you must advise the Hiring Manager.

Manager of Fleet Services - City of Greater Sudbury ON

Expiry Date: 2017-07-13
Date Posted: 2017-06-22
Province: Ontario





Senior Administrative Officer (SAO)

Senior Administrative Officer (SAO)

Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet

The Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet has a requirement for a Senior Administrative Officer position with a strong background in public administration, financial management and demonstrated effectiveness as a communicator and civic promoter.

Responsible to the Mayor and Council, the successful candidate will direct, administer and coordinate the affairs of the Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet and oversee all aspects of the municipal administration. A critical focus of the role will be to assist in the development and implementation of corporate policies and goals that cover municipal operations, human resources in a unionized environment, financial performance and growth.

Chesterfield Inlet is a small community on the west coast of Hudson Bay in Nunavut with a population of approximately 400 people, mostly Inuit, and is accessible by daily flights.

Qualifications:
  • A recognition diploma or degree in a Municipal Government, Public Administration or Management field.
  • Formal training in Local Government Administration
  • 3-5 years Municipal experience
Requirements
  • Familiarization with statutory responsibilities as specified in the Hamlets act and other associated Acts of Nunavut.
  • Knowledge of government operations, statutes, by-laws and policy making.
  • Familiarization with computerized municipal accounting systems, budgeting and government assistant programs.
  • Good problem solving, interpersonal, and communication skills.
  • Ability to handle staff with diplomacy and fairness.
  • Experience working in a cross-culture environment.
  • The ability to speak in Inuktitut would be considered an asset.
  • The successful candidate must be bondable and clearance of a Criminal Records Check is a prerequisite.

The Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet will provide comprehensive benefits packaged based on qualifications and experience. A comprehensive benefits package may be negotiable. Three bedroom housing is available with furniture.

Open until filled. Interested individuals should submit their resume to Lillian Simik at chester_finance@qiniq.com.


Senior Administrative Officer (SAO) - Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet NU

Expiry Date: 2017-08-02
Date Posted: 2017-06-22
Province: Nunavut





General Manager of Transportation and Operations

General Manager of Transportation and Operations

City of Belleville

Closing Date July 07, 2017
Department Transportation & Operation
File Number SV17-58
Salary $97,334 - $115,874 per annum (under review)

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer, the position is responsible to provide the overall direction, guidance, management and supervision of the Transportation & Operations Department.

EDUCATION/SPECIALIZED TRAINING/SKILLS

Essential (minimum) qualifications:

  • A University degree in Civil Engineering with a P. Eng. Designation or a Post-Secondary School Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology (3 year program) (C.E.T. designation)
  • Valid Class G Driver’s License with a safe driving record

Asset (preferred) qualifications:

  • Displayed competency within the meaning of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and be capable of issuing clearly understandable written and verbal instructions. 
  • Thorough working knowledge of Municipal and Employer related legislation/regulations, municipal government organizations and structures, municipal operations, municipal financial and reporting processes, labor relations principle’s and collective agreement administration and management practices.
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Microsoft Access. 
  • An understanding of Asset Management and Fleet Management Systems.
WORK EXPERIENCE

Essential (minimum) qualifications:

  • A minimum of twelve (12) years of progressive experience in a Municipal Transportation and Operations organization (public works, transit, parks and fleet) with a minimum of ten (10) years of management/supervisory experience in a unionized workplace.
  • Demonstrated strong organizational and leadership qualities are required.
  • Demonstrated excellence in decision-making and public relations/communications skills are required.
  • Demonstrated excellence in presentation skills is required.

Asset (preferred) qualifications:

  • Demonstrated knowledge with the Ministry of Transportation requirements for working and operating within roadways, commercial vehicle operations and licensing requirements, minimum maintenance standards etc.

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.

General Manager of Transportation and Operations - City of Belleville

Expiry Date: 2017-07-07
Date Posted: 2017-06-22
Province: Ontario





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