Come and jump start your engineering career with us while making a meaningful contribution towards the enhancement of Ontario roads and highways.Our Engineering Development Program provides exciting opportunities for goal-oriented, proactive problem-solvers, seeking engineering careers in a learning environment with leading edge technology.What can I expect to do in this role?You will:-attain the experience necessary for your Professional Engineering accreditation-rotate through a variety of assignments related to the design, construction, traffic management, operation and maintenance of the provincial highway system-begin the program at a lower classification and progress based on your experience and skills to increasingly challenging projects.Note: This competition will be used to fill EDP positions for the 2013 cycle. The locations and number of positions will be finalized at a later date.More information on the EDP program is available by clicking the links below and by going to: (a href='http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/engineering/job/')www.ontario.ca/transportationprofessional(/a). You can also find information on other programs by going to: (a href='http://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/YNPS.asp')www.ontario.ca/careers(/a).How do I qualify?Mandatory• You must have a minimum four-year engineering degree in a discipline such as general civil, geotechnical, traffic management, transportation, structural, materials.• You must have graduated (undergraduate or post-graduate) between May 2011 and Spring 2013.• You must have knowledge related to highway design, construction and/or maintenance.• You must be able to start no later than September 2013.• You must be able to travel and relocate province wide.Skills:Note: You must provide specific and detailed examples in your cover letter of how you have demonstrated the four skills outlined below. Please also include a detailed resume in the same document.• You have well-developed problem-solving and analytical skills.• You have well developed communication, presentation and writing skills.• You can work co-operatively to lead or work as part of a project team.• You can plan and organize you work.
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