Civil - Construction, Civil - Traffic Engineering, Civil - Urban and Community Planning, Civil Engineering
4 Year Degree
Reporting to the Manager of Engineering Services, the Engineering Analyst/Technologist evaluates and coordinates land development related issues for Engineering, Public Works, and Drainage. This position advises on municipal traffic operations; transit operations; coordinates utility related activities; assists in establishing present and future infrastructure needs for the Municipality; provides technical assistance to Engineering staff; designs infrastructure, develops construction cost estimates and prepares contract documents; administers and provides inspections regarding in-house engineering projects; and prepares requests for proposal.
The Engineering Technologist may represent Infrastructure Services at the Development Services Review Committee, providing comments and recommendations on proposed site developments and subdivision servicing plans. The Engineering Technologist liaises directly with developers and the developer’s consulting engineer and acts as the municipal Engineer’s agent when required in the Engineer’s absence.
• Must have a 3-year Post-Secondary Diploma or University degree in Civil Engineering. • Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a related field. • Must hold a P.Eng. or C.E.T. designation, or be eligible to attain the designation. • Must have experience in supervising and directing the work of others. • Must have experience demonstrating effective written and verbal communication skills. • Must have knowledge of computer software programs in a Windows and Microsoft Office environment. • Must be familiar with the municipal by-laws and other applicable legislation. • Must have experience in, traffic operations (Ontario Traffic Manual Series), traffic signal design principals, municipal infrastructure (sewers, road) design. • Must possess a valid Ontario Class ‘G’ Driver’s Licence.
Additional Salary Information: A comprehensive benefits package included.
About The Corporation of the Municipality of Leamington
Our community of nearly 30,000 people is a culturally rich mosaic, cherishing its ethic and rural roots. Located along the north shore of Lake Erie in sunny southern Ontario, the community offers an excellent school system, a community hospital, first-class recreational facilities, police and fire services, affordable housing and cozy neighbourhoods, making Leamington an attractive choice for family living, business investment or retirement.
Located on the 42nd parallel, Leamington shares the same latitude as northern California. Our winters are probably the mildest in the county and our summers are long and lingering. Lakeside breezes moderate our weather year round. Magnificent parks such as Point Pelee National Park with its unique species, kilometers of waterfront parkland and walking trails, conservation areas, marina and recreation complex appeal to the outdoor enthusiast and those looking for a healthy lifestyle.
Leamington is also home to the largest concentration of Greenhouses in North America. This multi-million dollar industry focuses mainly on growing tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and flowers. We also have a thriving commercial and manufacturing sector with land available for future growth and development.
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