Do you have excellent leadership skills? Are you interested in managing and directing the activities of a section that provides structural engineering expertise in the management of highway structures? If this sounds like you, please consider this exciting opportunity.What can I expect to do in this role?In this role, you will: • Provide leadership and overall direction to the Regional Structural Section in the review, planning, and delivery of investigations, studies, design contracts, and pilot projects/trials• Approve and affix professional stamp on completed project documents• Participate in the development and/or revision of policies, standards, operating guidelines, specifications, tools and systems in the field of structural engineering• Participate in negotiations with internal and external agencies (e.g. , Coast Guard, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Transport Canada, Environment Canada, Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Labour, Railways, etc.) for the approvals of Structural projects• Plan, directs and manages the financial and administrative activities of the section.• Manage the human resource activities of the sectionHow do I qualify?Mandatory• Applicants must be licensed by PEOLeadership Skills:• You are able to motivate and lead professional and technical staff in achievement of goals, priorities and business plans• You have planning, conceptual and organizational skills to develop and implement the overall direction and activities• You are able to identify changing needs and priorities; to identify opportunities for new service delivery• You demonstrate good judgement and political acuity in managing issuesCommunication/Stakeholder Relations:• You have demonstrated superior written, oral and interpersonal communication skills• You can establish and maintain working relationships, and linkages with a range of audiencesKnowledge/Technical Skills:• You have knowledge of the theories, principles and practices of civil engineering with emphasis on bridge planning, design, rehabilitation, evaluation, construction and inspection• You have practical experience in the design, rehabilitation, construction, evaluation and inspection of complex structures• You demonstrate understanding of related fields such as road design, hydrology, soils and foundations• You have demonstrated skills in managing financial budgets• You have knowledge of human resources principles and Collective Agreement provisions • You have analytical and problem solving skills
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