Under the general direction of the Director of Engineering, the Manager of Development & Transportation oversees the administration of development and transportation projects for the City as well as the Sarnia Transit division. The successful candidate will model, promote and support a culture of health, safety, well–being and respect in order to support a healthy work environment.
Some key responsibilities include:
- Supervising, evaluating and mentoring direct reports;
- Review of development projects, transportation projects, re-zonings, site plans and subdivisions and the preparation of engineering comments for each of these;
- Preparation and maintenance of by-laws affecting the Engineering Department;
- Monitoring and inspecting site works for development projects to ensure compliance with approved site plans and agreements;
- Planning, preparing and administering capital budget work related to development projects;
- Review and analyze regulatory requirements, develop policies, procedures and standards governing the development and transportation divisions;
- Work in collaboration with the Engineering management team to manage projects and ensure continuity of work within the Engineering Department;
- Provide general direction and leadership for the strategic planning, operation and delivery of conventional and Care-a-Van transit service to ensure the system operates in the most cost effective and efficient manner; and
- Assist the Director in the preparation of the annual budgets and effectively administer approved budgets.
A University Degree with a major in Civil Engineering along with current registration with Professional Engineers Ontario as a P.Eng. Must also possess a minimum of 4-6 years progressively responsible civil engineering experience related to municipal engineering and public works.
Salary Range: $97,806-$122,249 based on a 35 hour work week
Closing Date: October 31, 2019
Candidates are invited to submit a resume in confidence to email@example.com indicating “2019-052 – Manager of Development & Transportation”.