Other Information: Recruitment Process: An applicant will be required to demonstrate their suitability for this position by meeting the minimum level. of qualifications and experience in order to be invited into the selection process. A standard interview format will be used including general, scenario and behavioural descriptive interview questions. Please note: An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered. Rate of Pay Grade: 06 Salary starting at $85,068 per annum
Coast Mountain Bus Company
Provides engineering and project management expertise to develop, implement and control of medium to large scope fleet capital projects through operating subsidiaries, as well as assigned fleet maintenance capital projects.
Prepares capital project business cases/justifications and work plans including development and assessment of technical solution alternatives, life cycle cost analysis, repair & replacement recommendations and risk analysis that includes scope developments, budget and implementation strategy.
Manages projects through the implementation stage including; project scope, schedule, budget, risk, contractual and technical problem resolution, addtional work review and authorization, jurisdictional authorities coordination, internal and external reporting, acceptance testing, commissioning, and monitoring of work through the warranty period.
Prepares contracts and tender documents and manages projects through tender and implementation. Ensures regulatory compliance for assets related to assigned projects. Ensures that the documentation related to the project is accurate, complete and in compliance to the legal and contractual requirements.
Liaises with Translink and operating subsidiary user groups (such as Strategic Sourcing, Finance, Planning and Risk) to ensure projects meet end users' requirments and are implemeneted with minimal disruption to operations andmaintenance. Obtains recommendations from the groups and finds optimum channels to utilize the recommendations in assigned projects.
Assists in developing policy and procedure guidelines for consulting and contracting and manages desgin teams and project managers. Manges relationships with contractors and consultants, providing work direction and monitoring contract compliance along with overseeing vendor/supplier to deliver projects on-time and on-budget
Liaises with Fleet Technical Support, in devepoping preventative maintenance work tasks and schedules, identifying required spare parts and technical training.
Education and Experience:
The competencies for this position would typically be acquired through completion of a degree in an applicable discipline in mechanical or industrial engineering along with a Professional Engineering (P.Eng) or Project Management Professional (PMP) designation with five years of relevant experience in a related industry (transportation, municipal, provincial government) is required, including exposure to and detailed knowledge of maintenance syatems and life cycle costing.
Advanced analytical skills when developing and recommending work plans.
Prior experience in the design and construction of engineering projects,together with technical knowledge of project administration, finances, contracts, project scheduling and the ability to oversee activities of project teams.
Strong supervisory skills in coaching and training other employees.
Excellent written and oral communicaiton skills.
Solid problem solving and decision making skills to select and establish appropriate processes and standardsfor the functional area.
Solid computer skills in standard office software tools including word processing and advanced spreadsheet software, statistical packages and use of web-based and data management systems.
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Work Schedule: 37.5 hours per week