A Day in the Life
- Providing technical leadership to the national conveyance team in the water and wastewater group.
- Responsible for the quality management of large projects and programs within the water and wastewater portfolio.
- Providing leadership and assistance on business development efforts, including proposals.
- To be seen as "the expert" on the conveyance team.
- Collaboratively providing innovative ideas to the team to help grow our water and wastewater business.
- Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering
- Registration as P.Eng. in Ontario
At least 15 years demonstrated experience including:
- Conceptual and detail design of linear infrastructure projects.
- Clear understanding of construction methods and their associated risks and benefits.
- Understanding of Canadian and Ontario design standards and regulations
- Leadership in terms of mentoring junior staff and peers.
- Understanding of quality management systems and specific application of quality management principles in linear infrastructure applications.
- Work in the detailed design of Municipal Linear Infrastructure Projects in the City of Toronto; leadership experience in large City programs such as the Basement Flooding program or co-ordinated watermain replacement program would be an asset.
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