SAMPLE JOB POSTING
Senior Project Engineer
Water and Waste Department
The Senior Project undertakes the challenges
associated with the delivery of capital improvement projects
pertaining to Winnipegís drinking water infrastructure. The incumbent is
responsible for the execution, completion and implementation of capital
projects, including project definition, consultant selection, project
management, administration, coordination, start-up and turnover. Projects
include engineering studies, designs, construction and contract administration
for upgrading and expansion to water supply, treatment and distribution
projects and ensures execution and products conform to Department and
City-wide broad objectives and needs.
technical approach complies with appropriate standards and conforms to
capital budgets and expenditures.
goods and services from external organizations.
initiates, and administers risk management procedures.
project execution, approvals and implementation.
and receives project information.
required approvals/ permits/ licenses from other City and Provincial Departments,
other related duties consistent with the positions as assigned.
compliance with Workerís Compensation Legislation, Human Rights
Legislation, safety regulations and safe work practices.
other related duties consistent with the classification, as assigned.
Degree in Engineering.
Degree in Environmental / Civil Engineering is desirable.
Engineer designation and registered with A.P.E.G.M.
number of yearsí experience in a field directly related to the duties of
experience in project management processes and procedures, including
project accounting and cost management, scheduling, resource management,
risk management, dispute avoidance and dispute resolution.
experience in municipal infrastructure, construction and operations,
including water treatment process operations, distribution, and servicing.
experience with construction materials, methods and practices, including
job site safety.
- Must be
familiar with relevant municipal government policies and procedures,
including purchasing policies, and legal and contractual requirements.
have strong computer skills in MS Office and MS Project.
have strong demonstrated problem solving and analytical abilities.
ability to manage multiple time constraints and prioritize workloads.
ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Must have
demonstrated technical and non-technical oral communication ability.
- Must be
proficient at technical writing.
have strong interpersonal skills, including leadership and the ability to
work in teams, facilitate teambuilding, conduct meetings and possess
strong negotiation skills.
demonstrate an ability to provide direction effectively and efficiently in
the planning and scheduling of work.
ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with
employees at all levels of the organization, external contacts and the
public, in accordance with the Respectful Workplace Policy.
possess and maintain a valid Manitoba Class 5 Driverís License.
have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the occupational hazards,
safety precautions, regulations and procedures that are applicable to the
area of work.
have, or be able to acquire within 12 months of the appointment, a
thorough knowledge of the City/Departmental policies, procedures, Standard
Construction Specifications, General Conditions, Purchasing Policy and
applicable Provincial Legislation.
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