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Project Manager - Watershed Management, City of Hamilton
Senior Water Resources Engineer , McElhanney Consulting Services
Special Project Engineer, Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change
Executive Director, Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA)
Project Manager - Watershed Management
If stormwater and watershed management is your strength as an engineer or engineering technologist, bring your expertise and project management skills to the City of Hamilton.
As a Project Manager, you will provide leadership to a diverse project team focused on Watershed Management, Stormwater Infrastructure planning/systems design, operation/optimization of existing stormwater and watershed systems support, development, redevelopment, permitting, and environmental issues by applying expertise in Stormwater and Watershed Management. It will be your responsibility to ensure that infrastructure systems design activities are delivered in a cost-effective, efficient and timely manner.
Your qualifications as a Project Manager - Watershed Management include:
NOTE: Possession of, and ability to maintain, a Class "G" Driver's Licence valid in the Province of Ontario and a point-free driving record and/or a record found to be satisfactory to the City of Hamilton.
This CUPE Local 1041 Supv permanent, full-time position offers a wage range of $45.222 to $50.247 per hour (based on a 35-hour work week schedule).
Hamilton. A city of progress.
At the City of Hamilton, our vision is “to be the best place in Canada to raise a child and age successfully.” With our rich history, culturally strong and diverse communities, blend of urban and rural attractions, and ideal location in the heart of the Golden Horseshoe, Hamilton is a vibrant community of neighbours. We are also a leading employer, with many opportunities to grow and excel. We invite you to share in our vision as part of the Hamilton Water Division in the Public Works Department.
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If you are interested in working alongside a dedicated team that’s contributing to the well-being of Hamilton’s residents, please visit www.hamilton.ca/careers for details on this Project Manager - Watershed Management position, and to apply online. Alternatively, you may send your resume, by Wednesday, April 5, 2017, quoting Job ID #12488, to: Staffing/Workforce Planning Specialist, Human Resources, c/o City Hall, 71 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON L8P 4Y5. Fax: 905-546-2650. In person: Standard Life Building, 120 King Street West, 9th Floor, Hamilton.
The City is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation.
The City of Hamilton values the diversity of our workforce and the knowledge of our people. We thank all who have applied; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.
Senior Water Resources Engineer
McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. seeks a Senior Water Resources Engineer to join our busy team in Surrey, BC.
Typical projects within the scope of this position would include Watershed Planning and Integrated Stormwater Management Planning studies, Stormwater Infrastructure Designs, Floodplain Analysis & Management, Mine Water Management and River and Bridge Hydraulics.
Benefits of working for McElhanney
If this is the opportunity for you, visit www.mcelhanney.com/careers to apply online. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted
Established in 1910, McElhanney is a Canadian employee-owned company offering top-quality engineering, surveying, mapping, planning, landscape architecture, and environmental services. At McElhanney, you are working within a strong team that is well-established in the local industry. Our employees value working here because of our varied projects, high levels of autonomy, opportunities for career development, excellent total compensation and benefits package, and great team of professionals.
McElhanney’s Surrey Engineering group is a multi-disciplinary professional office currently involved in many high profile infrastructure projects. We enjoy a high level of job satisfaction due to solid team effort and a positive corporate culture. Located on the 23rd floor of Central City Tower, our modern office space is near the SkyTrain and readily accessible via public transit.
Special Projects Engineer
Are you looking to use your well-established project management, communication, problem-solving and leadership skills to be a Special Project Engineer in the Indigenous Drinking Water Projects Office, in the Drinking Water Management Division? Consider this opportunity with the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change.
What can I expect to do in this role?
• conduct engineering assessments and lead assigned projects and services aimed at ensuring safe sustainable drinking water and wastewater for First Nations communities across Ontario
• provide expertise towards ensuring long-term sustainability in design, construction, operations and maintenance of drinking water and wastewater systems
How do I qualify?
You are a Professional Engineer, licensed with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO).
Must have ability to travel province wide.
• You have demonstrated knowledge of the theories, principles and practices of environmental sciences, chemical or civil engineering, including microbiology and bacteriology, and of water resources, sanitary and environmental engineering, particularly as they pertain to complex water treatment, distribution works and wastewater works, and new/emerging environmental trends and issues to evaluate engineering designs and new technologies
• You have demonstrated knowledge to provide technical guidance and advice regarding the plan and infrastructure necessary to improve the drinking water and wastewater systems in First Nations communities
• You have specialized design knowledge in process equipment, operations and instrumentation to review and recommend infrastructure plans for approval
• You have demonstrated knowledge of microbiology and bacteriology as they relate to waterborne diseases to evaluate the effectiveness of all potential treatment processes
• You have knowledge of the principles and practices of the various current treatment processes and treatment barriers that impact on protection of the First Nations communities' health and that will support the resolution of drinking water advisories in First Nations communities and that ensure the long-term sustainability of water and wastewater systems on reserves
• You have knowledge of engineering codes and standards, current relevant legislation/regulations, including the Safe Drinking Water Act, Ontario Water Resources Act, Environmental Protection Act, Environmental Assessment Act, Occupational Health and Safety legislation and the Environmental Bill of Rights, related regulations, applicable national/international standards and relevant Provincial and Federal government directions/priorities for safe drinking water for Ontario's First Nations communities to support the Indigenous Drinking Water Project priorities and mandate
• You have knowledge of the full range of relevant municipal processes as well as best management practices related to water treatment processes for drinking water systems, and their potential environmental impacts.
Project Management and Analytical Skills:
• You have demonstrated knowledge of, and skills in project management, methodologies and best practices to plan and lead a variety of project activities for water and wastewater systems in First Nations communities
• You have specialized technical expertise and project leadership on assigned projects for the creation of a long-term infrastructure plan and path forward to support the elimination of long-term drinking water advisories in First Nations communities and to improve drinking water and wastewater infrastructures
• You have demonstrated knowledge to manage all phases of projects from feasibility to commissioning, training and support with the objective of ensuring long-term sustainability in planning, maintaining and operating the drinking water and wastewater systems of First Nations communities across the province.
Communication and Relationship Building Skills:
• You have demonstrated relationship building and management skills as well as cultural awareness to develop often collaborative relationships with First Nations Community leaders, First Nations Political and Technical Organizations as well as the Federal Government’s Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada department along with a range of other contacts throughout the project lifecycle
• You have written communication skills to prepare technical plans/documents/submissions, briefing notes and other related project documents
• You have oral communication and consultation skills to communicate complex technical information to colleagues, internal and external contacts as well as project partners and to make both internal and external presentations.
Judgement and Problem-Solving Skills:
• You have demonstrated issues analysis skills to identify and resolve a range of technical, project, relationships issues impacting project success
• You have demonstrated judgement in using engineering expertise in performing a range of analyses and making engineering decisions to solve unusual problems or address new situations to develop a path forward to resolve long-term drinking water advisories in First Nations communities and to improve drinking water and wastewater infrastructure
• You have demonstrated judgement to exercise and analyze engineering designs, equipment specifications, operating practices/parameters of applications ranging from moderate to high complexity
• You have demonstrated judgement in assessing health risks and formulating and recommending interim/temporary measures as well as long-term sustainable solutions
• You have demonstrated judgement to assess the viability of new and emerging treatment technologies and their applicability in a wide range of communities across the province
• You have demonstrated judgment to exercise in utilizing sensitivity when working in partnership with First Nations Community leaders, First Nations Political and Technical Organizations as well as the Federal Government’s department of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada in a politically sensitive environment regarding existing and future water and wastewater systems and their impact on the health of the communities.
• You have computer proficiency on a variety of standard software.
Salary Range: $79,260 - $104,020 per year
Please apply online, only, by Thursday, March 30, 2017, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 104237 in the Job ID search field. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.
If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.
As Executive Director of CWRA, you can make a difference to how Canada respects and manages its water. If you have a passion for what you do, have strong organizational skills, and can think strategically then this position is for you.
Education and Experience Requirements
Hours: Half to full-time but negotiable
Location: Negotiable (most of the work done online and via teleconference)
Reports to: CWRA Board of Directors
Remuneration: $60 - $100k based on full time equivalent and related experience
CWRA Executive Director Qualities
CWRA Executive Director Roles and Responsibilities
Operational planning and management:
Program planning and management
External Relations / Advocacy
Human resources planning and management
Financial planning and management
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Closing Date: April 7, 2017
CWRA is a national organization of individuals and organizations from the public, private and academic sectors that are committed to raising awareness of the value of water and to promoting responsible and effective water resource management in Canada. CWRA’s membership consists of approximately 1000 water resources professionals including managers, administrators, scientists, academics, students and young professionals.
CWRA organizes conferences, symposiums, workshops and webinars dealing with a wide range of water issues, publishes the Canadian Water Resources Journal and Water News on a quarterly basis, as well as other papers and reports, and promotes effective water management through other events and activities.
CWRA has branch organizations in most Canadian provinces and members can also participate in the affiliates dealing with education (Project WET), hydrology (CSHS) or water and agriculture. (CANCID)
Please note that it could take 24-48 to post jobs.
CWWA Member Rate
$55.00 per week, or a volume discount of
$175.00 per month plus your provincial tax (HST or GST). A daily rate at $12.00 plus tax is also available.
CWWA non-Member rate:
$75.00 per week, or a volume discount of
$220.00 per month plus your provincial tax (HST or GST). A daily rate of $15.00 plus tax is also available.
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