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Transportation Design Coordinator

Salary and benefits

Start: $44.14 - Six Month: $46.59 - Job: $49.04

Organization name

Durham Region

Duties

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

Qualifications

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.

How to Apply

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.

 

Deadline for applications

02/01/2021