Start: $44.14 - Six Month: $46.59 - Job: $49.04
Under the direction of the Project Managers, the successful candidate will guide, direct and co-ordinate the planning and design of Regional road, bridge and storm drainage projects conducted by external consultants.
The incumbent will:
- Establish, co-ordinate and ensure compliance with project schedules
- Provide technical and procedural guidance, direction and review to external agencies and consultants on road design related matters
- Assist in the preparation of tender document packages
- Review and submit necessary applications and help to secure approvals from Municipal, Provincial, Federal and other agencies
- Participate in public information workshops to inform and involve the community in the project planning, design and construction process
- Review and recommend potential rehabilitation and asset management strategies for the Regional Road, bridge and storm drainage systems
- Assist in problem solving during construction of Regional road, bridge and storm drainage projects
- Evaluate and recommend modifications to Regional and Provincial standards and software pertaining to the design and construction of the Regional road, bridge and storm drainage systems
-Provide verbal and written responses to the general public, other departmental divisions and external agencies
The successful applicant will possess:
- A three-year post-secondary diploma in a Civil Engineering Technology or a related discipline
- Registration in or be eligible for registration as an Engineering Technologist with O.A.C.E.T.T.
- Significant work experience in transportation planning and detail design of municipal roads
- Working knowledge of geo-technical practices, utility coordination, construction tendering procedure, and traffic engineering
- Familiarity with construction methods, OPS standards, Regional standards and other policies, guidelines and legislation related to planning and design of municipal road projects
- Experience working with Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel and Outlook), AutoCAD and Civil3D
- Excellent verbal and written communication, time and project management, effective public relations and organizational skills
- The ability to work in a team environment with minimal supervision
Experience with roundabout design and Class Environmental Assessments would be considered an asset.
Come find a home where exciting and rewarding careers are balanced with your lifestyle. We thank all applicants;
however, only those being considered will be contacted. Please apply online at www.durham.ca no later than midnight
(Eastern Standard Time) on the closing date indicated on the Job Posting.