Do you have expertise in the design, construction and performance management of roads and bridges? Are you able to lead infrastructure asset management and planning for capital programs across Northwestern Ontario? Then consider this opportunity to join the Ministry of Transportation and support our vision to be a world leader in moving people and goods safely, efficiently and sustainably to support a globally competitive economy and a high quality of life.What you may want to know about Thunder Bay:Thunder Bay is a located in Northwestern Ontario at the head of Lake Superior, 1,377 km from Toronto and approximately 45 minutes drive from the border crossing to Minnesota, USA. With a population of 109,140, it is the most populous municipality in Northwestern Ontario. Strategically located near the geographical centre of Canada on the shore of Lake Superior, the climate and terrain are well-suited to a variety of active outdoor recreational pursuits.What can I expect to do in this role?Using your political acuity and ability to establish relationships, you will:• coordinate overall performance monitoring, analysis and results measurement for the maintenance, reconstruction and upgrading of roads and bridges in the region• provide leadership in the development of annual and long-term capital programs and funding strategies• lead the analysis of infrastructure needs information, the identification of resource requirements, and make recommendations• support the development and implementation of corporate infrastructure management initiatives• provide regional liaison with program partnersHow do I qualify?Mandatory requirement:• You must be licensed by the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO).Leadership skills:• You have demonstrated change and transformation leadership skills to lead a team in achieving corporate goals, while nurturing innovation and promoting learning and growth.Technical knowledge:• You have applied knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering and infrastructure management methods pertaining to design, rehabilitation and performance of roads and bridges.• You have applied knowledge of financial analysis, business planning and budgeting practices.• You have proven ability to lead technical studies and analyses of capital programs to formulate priorities and recommend funding allocation and investment strategies for road rehabilitation.People skills:• You have demonstrated political acuity with excellent interpersonal, influence, negotiating and communication skills. • You have proven ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external program partners and to reconcile competing interests.
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