SAMPLE JOB POSTING
Water and Waste Department
The Wastewater Engineer is responsible for
all aspects of management, administration, operation, control and maintenance
of the three major regional wastewater treatment plants and the ďWingroĒ biosolids (sludge) reuse program.
The Wastewater Engineer provides professional engineering input into the
Departmentís major design/construction capital program and approves those
engineering designs by outside consultants which affect the branch. The
Wastewater Engineer is responsible for making timely decisions in all
situations including emergencies related to the operation of the Cityís three
water pollution control centers.
three major regional wastewater treatment plants, ďWingroĒ
biosolids program and staff training and
reviews, approves and implements annual short and long term operating,
maintenance and upgrade programs consistent with technological
with department personnel, consultants, contractors, suppliers, other
departments, Provincial regulators and outside agencies.
and approves engineering designs and construction drawings.
the Wastewater Treatment Branchís operating budget and provides input to
the capital budget.
professional engineering input into the Departmentís major
design/construction capital program.
input and direction to the Departmentís Strategic Partner.
the Wastewater Treatment Branch staff, with 5 direct supervision and
approx. 75 indirect.
in recruitment process and Human Resource issues directly related to the
compliance with Workerís Compensation Legislation, Human Rights
Legislation, safety regulations and safe work practices.
Degree in Engineering, a Masterís Degree in Science, Engineering or
Business Administration is desirable.
Engineer Designation (P. Eng.) from the Association of Professional
Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba (A.P.E.G.M.)
Treatment and Wastewater Collection Class IV Operator Certification is
desirable, or must be willing to obtain within 12 months of appointment.
ability to perform administrative and supervisory duties at a senior
level, and ability to manage branch finances and budgeting.
interpersonal skills, including communication, both oral and written,
public presentation and formal reporting capabilities, facilitation,
collaboration and team building skills.
ability to manage human resources (staff), training, safety and personnel
ability to deal with the public, media and politicians in a responsive,
responsible, and timely manner.
ability to prepare technical engineering reports.
ability to work effectively under stressful conditions and with minimum
knowledge of CWMS software and measurement and analysis tools.
ability to operate a personal computer utilizing various software
applications (i.e. Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Benchmarking)
analytical and problem solving skills with the ability to be flexible and
active in developing innovative methodologies.
understanding of management principles and information systems and the
fundamental concepts of such systems with particular emphasis on
management control and organizational effectiveness.
organizational and project planning skills to plan, organize, prioritize
and coordinate work and resources with a high degree of independence.
ability to deal with issues in a timely fashion applying sound judgement.
ability to communicate with subordinate staff both orally and in writing.
ability to make timely and effective decisions.
and understanding of the occupational hazards, safety precautions,
regulations and procedures that is applicable to the area of work.
ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with
management and employees at all levels of the organization, external
contacts and the public, in accordance with the Respectful Workplace
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