Your excellent communication, customer service and interpersonal skills will aid you greatly as you respond to inquiries from members of the public and internal staff with a view to ensuring safe vehicle / pedestrian movement and the most efficient use of public space.
Using your knowledge of emerging transportation trends and micro mobility technology you will perform duties in project management, planning, and reporting, review designs, engage with stakeholders, perform field inspections, and undertake technical assessments.
You will review and comment on street design, land development proposals, special events, and engineering permit applications.
You will work closely with and provide guidance to co-op student staff and collaborate with multiple Engineering and Planning teams to support a broad range of Transportation Division goals.
Qualified applicants will have completed a two (2) year diploma in a discipline of Engineering Technology relevant to the position from a recognized post-secondary institution with exposure to relevant engineering work.
Alternatively, qualified applicants will have completed a one (1) year certificate in a discipline of Engineering Technology relevant to the position from a recognized post-secondary institution with three (3) years of engineering experience with a demonstrated record of technical knowledge, skills and ability or an equivalent combination of related training and experience.
Applicants must possess a valid and unrestricted driver’s license.
Conditions of Employment
Successful applicants must provide proof of qualifications.