Senior Project Manager - Land Development
T.Y.Lin International
Whitby, ON, CA
5d ago


T.Y. Lin International (TYLI) is a full-service, professional engineering firm focused on the planning, design, and construction of infrastructure solutions for public and private clients worldwide.

The firm is an internationally recognized pioneer in solving the most difficult engineering challenges. Headquartered in San Francisco, California for over 65 years, TYLI has more than 3,200 professionals throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe.

TYLI is a member of Dar Group, a global, privately-owned professional services group, and its industry-leading family of Global Infrastructure companies.

As the Senior Project Manager in Land Development you will be responsible for managing projects related to medium to large-scale residential, commercial, industrial and civil projects, including costs and budgets, scope & scheduling, and project status.


  • Lead residential / commercial Land Development projects ranging in scope between preliminary servicing investigation, master / functional servicing studies, to detailed design assignment on site plans and medium / large sized residential subdivisions.
  • Directing staff and manage multi-discipline project teams.
  • Financial management of projects including meeting budgets, resource management, change-order management, and client invoicing.
  • Participate in business development, maintain strong client relationships, identify and follow through on strategic opportunities.
  • Developing proposals, budgets and schedules, and on-going business development and liaison with clients.
  • Collaborating with Group Leader and other Project Managers within the Group to identify staffing, and training requirements.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with municipal / approval agencies as well as developers and landowners.
  • Guide the team to establish consistency and quality assurance processes in the production of all deliverables and manage the quality control of all submission materials.
  • Train junior / intermediate team members on the various facets of land development infrastructure design.
  • As required, design aspects of subdivision and site plan work, the reconstruction of roads, municipal servicing and stormwater management including design of ponds and channels.
  • Obtain all necessary approvals, preparation of servicing reports, cost estimates, work programs, project budgets, proposals and other administrative duties.
  • Participate in business development, maintain strong client relationships, identify and follow through on strategic opportunities.
  • Attend industry related conferences and events.
  • Participate in company-wide quality initiatives and improvements through quality objectives such as facilitating departmental level quality plans and procedures.
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned.
  • Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or closely related field
  • Professional Engineering Designation in Ontario (P.E.O.) or a Certified Technologist (C.E.T.) Designation with relevant experience.
  • Minimum of 20 years of municipal infrastructure design in land development for Private Sector projects in Southern Ontario.
  • Solid understanding of the local planning and development approval process.
  • Strong working knowledge of AutoCAD, LDD and Civil 3D.
  • PMP Certification and LEED Certification are desired assets.
  • Strong technical writing and communication skills.
  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to mentor junior members of the team.
  • Client focused, always striving to give clients the best solutions.
  • Strong commitment to innovation by creating new and better ways to solve clients’ toughest challenges.
  • High levels of integrity, always doing the right thing in an ethical, fair, and sustainable way.
  • Demonstrated experience of collaboration in a diverse and inclusive team, working together toward technical excellence
  • T.Y. Lin International is committed to employment equity and providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act ( AODA’).

    If you require accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify Human Resources at hr-careers

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