This job position belongs to the Engineering and Related Services occupation group. Please ensure you create or submit a resume associated with the Engineering and Related Services occupation skills matrix.
The position provides specialized and advanced expert engineering and leadership of teams to support the management of roadways infrastructure. This position is an expert within a specific area of roadways infrastructure management. The position reports to a manager of Roadways Preservation.
Typical duties include:
- Provides specialized and advanced engineering and advice pertaining to the management of roadways infrastructure. Management functions may include studies, planning, design, materials, and construction, data/asset management, and monitoring, modelling, rehabilitation, maintenance and investment strategies.
- Interprets and analyzes complex data, information, processes, programs and problems and develops options, solutions, improvements and recommendations.
- Prepares and presents complex reports, contract documents, terms of reference, request for proposals, correspondence, and briefs.
- Interprets, recommends changes to, and administers pertinent City Bylaws.
- Receives and responds to concerns and inquiries from staff, the public, other departments, elected officials and the media.
- Consults, negotiates or collaborates with outside agencies and stakeholders.
- Directs and supervises the work of consultants and contractors.
- Mentors, trains, advises, directs and supervises staff and work teams in a work environment that embraces innovation, change, corporate values/initiatives, relationships, partnerships and a respectful work environment.
- Leads and/or participates in labour relations activities such as staffing, terminations, discipline, staff development and performance appraisals of subordinate staff.
- Approves requisitions, expenditures and other transactions within the limits of established authority.
- Leads and/or participates on various departmental and organizational project teams or committees.
Candidates will be screened on the following criteria:
- University Engineering Degree such as Civil with a minimum of five years professional engineering experience in a related transportation field. Registered or eligible for registration as a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan.
- Advanced and diverse/specialized knowledge of roadways engineering principles, processes, theories, statistics and technologies.
- Advanced and diverse/specialized knowledge of roadways infrastructure, management, standards, safety, policies, materials, practices, operations and equipment.
- Skilled in establishing and maintaining effective working relations and a respectful work environment with superiors, peers, subordinates and the general public.
- Skilled in listening, leading and influencing people, averting and resolving conflict, and cultivating consensus.
- Skilled in strategic planning, coordinating and directing staff, work teams, consultants and contractors.
* Note: Testing may be done to evaluate knowledge, skills and abilities.
Division: Citizen Services
Department: Roadways & Transportation/Roadways Preservation Branch
Salary Grade: CMM – Pay Grade 8
Salary: $44.71 - $55.85/hour; $85,244 - $106,484/annum plus $3.00/hour Market Supplement