$44.63 to $48.51 per hour
This is a Replacement
Union position - CUPE Local 905 (York Region Unit)
0800 – 1600
Reporting to the Program Manager, OMM Process Optimization & Analytics, is responsible for coordinating the development and administration and continually improving the Operations, Maintenance and Monitoring (OMM) Branch Capital Project Support Program; liaising between OMM and Capital Planning and Delivery (CPD) staff with respect to water and wastewater infrastructure planning and capital project delivery; participating in all capital project stages, from the definition through to the design, construction, commissioning and close-out stages; monitoring the status of capital projects and evaluating OMM resources with respect to each and all individual capital projects.
•Reviews and comments on plans/specification at various stages and milestones, as requested.
•Participates and consolidates OMM comments during all phases of the capital projects including identification, evaluation and selection of alternative solutions and design concepts.
•Assists in the preparation and review of anticipated construction schedules, including sequencing with analysis of the impact and resources required by OMM.
•Participates in the review of construction packages including tendering, commissioning, close-out, etc.
•Performs periodic evaluations of resource allocation, demand and availability of staff time for specific project activities, for the Program Manager.
•Identifies project resources; obtains all necessary approvals and prepares any reports necessary, such as Committee reports, project reports, etc., for the Program Manager.
•Participates in meetings with OMM and CPD Branch’s, contractors, consultants, other municipalities, agencies, developers and property owners/residents as it relates to capital projects.
•Participates on project teams and other cross-functional groups, as required, to facilitate the progress of new and ongoing programs and initiatives.
•Performs other duties as assigned, in accordance with Branch and Department objectives.
•Successful completion of a three (3) year Community College Diploma Program in Civil Engineering, Environmental or Applied Science Technology.
•Minimum three (3) years’ experience in project/program management and implementation in any or all aspects of water and wastewater system planning, design and construction, water conservation, environmental education and assessments, partnership development and collaboration.
•Valid Ontario Class “G” driver’s license and reliable vehicle to use on corporate business.
•Knowledge of water and wastewater related practices and policies.
•Sound knowledge of project management principles as well as water conservation and efficiency, sustainability, inflow infiltration reduction, urban and regional land use planning.
•Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and industry standards.
How to Apply
Please apply online by February 19, 2020 We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted via email.