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  • Job description (in Word or PDF format)
  • Billing contact information
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Cost: $125.00 plus HST for a 30 day period, or $450 plus HST for unlimited postings for a 1 year period.

Current Job Postings

Position: Traffic Supervisor (click for full posting)
Employer: Ministry of Transportation
Closing Date: August 19, 2022

The Ministry of Transportation is seeking an experienced individual to provide traffic management expertise, supervision and leadership.

The Ontario Public Service (OPS) is committed to being an employer of first choice, creating a positive and inclusive work environment.

 

We offer:

  • a defined benefit pension plan
  • maternity and parental leave top-up benefits, which include adoptive parents
  • comprehensive health plan
  • life and disability insurance
  • flexible work arrangements
  • collegial and professional work culture
  • career growth and development opportunities across multiple business areas
  • on-the-job training to support your success in the role


In this role, you will
(see detailed job posting-link above):

  • plan, supervise and coordinate technical traffic engineering staff and consultant activities to ensure the delivery of high-quality traffic engineering services related to the planning, design, construction, corridor control, maintenance and operation of provincial highways of various complexities, for an area within the region
  • plan, coordinate and supervise the training and development of technical traffic engineering staff for an area within the region
  • provide expert technical consultation and advisory services to internal and external clients on traffic engineering


Archived Job Postings

Position: Project Engineer (click for full posting)
Employer: Regional Municipality of Durham
Closing Date: July 8, 2022

This position liaises between the Project Manager and technical disciplines to provide professional engineering and project management services for the Traffic Engineering and Operations Division through planning, coordination, approval and contract management of traffic signal, street lighting and intersection design, road safety, development, modernization and intelligent transportation system projects in support of the Region’s Capital Road Program and various Regional or recoverable operating accounts, including external projects.

Reporting to the Project Manager, the incumbent will (see detailed job posting-link above):

  • Design, approve and be responsible for contract/project management of various capital projects by collaborating with project managers and organizing, assigning, reviewing, monitoring and approving the work of consultants and technical staff
  • Use sound engineering judgement to provide safe, efficient, cost-effective, accessible, and environmentally respectful intersection and signal/street lighting designs, traffic signal/system equipment and road safety initiatives that ensure public safety and safeguards the Region and others from potential liability
  • Review consultant reports, technical system/communications documents, development submissions, preliminary and final design drawings including construction staging and documents to ensure consistency and adherence to standards, procedures, policy, by-laws, and best practices
  • Plan, assess, recommend and establish short, medium and long term forecast needs for design, or road safety, ITS or lighting improvements along the Region’s road network to improve public safety and operational efficiency
  • Evaluate, assess, respond and represent the Region on environmental assessments, planning/design and development reports and related traffic engineering requirements for major transportation design/development/modernization projects
  • Act as the Regional expert and respond to Works Committee, local and Regional Councils, internal/external stakeholders, the media and matters of litigation through the preparation of reports, presentations, witness statements and meetings
  • Supervise and coordinate project staff, contractors, and consultants

Position: Project Manager, Sustainable Transportation (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Guelph
Closing Date: July 3, 2022

Join a highly motivated team working on transforming Guelph’s transportation network to be future-ready. This position (Up to 13 months) is required to project manage and provide direction on the implementation of the Protected Cycling Network, Cycling Master Plan, the Active Transportation Network Study, and the Sidewalk Needs Assessment. Reporting to the Manager, Transportation Planning, the position will be guided by the goals and objectives of the City’s Strategic Plan and committed to the Corporate Values of integrity, service, inclusion, wellness and learning. The candidate will aid in the achievement of the Vision for an inclusive, connected and prosperous city.

Your role (see detailed job posting-link above):

  • Leading, administering and supporting the project management of planning and design projects including environmental assessments, feasibility studies, conceptual design, and preliminary designs of active transportation infrastructure.
  • Periodically reviews and updates plans and strategies including the Cycling Master Plan, Active Transportation Network Design Guidelines and Feasibility Study, and Sidewalk Needs Assessment to ensure the City is adhering to industry regulatory requirements, standards, guidelines and best practices.
  • Provides advice related to development application reviews, including Traffic Impact Studies, to ensure the implementation of the City’s sustainable transportation policies and goals.
  • Provides support and guidance to the Sustainable Transportation Coordinator on data collection, development reviews, communications and outreach as required.
  • Works with consultants and internal staff to communicate and engage with various stakeholders, develop recommendations, prepare reports and give presentations.
  • Ensures compliance with all applicable federal and provincial regulations/legislation and City by-laws.
  • Recommends continuous improvement of internal processes and procedures to improve coordination and alignment within and across departments and service areas.
  • Maintains professional knowledge in job-related rules, statutes, laws and new business trends; recommends the implementation of changes; reads and interprets professional literature; attends training programs, workshops and seminars as appropriate.
  • Acts as a technical resource to other departments.
  • Develops collaborative partnerships with Indigenous communities, agencies, utilities, adjacent municipalities, residents, property owners, consultants, engineers, developers and contractors on matters relating to the Transportation Planning division.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position: Power Line Technician (Streetlighting) (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Brantford
Closing Date: July 7, 2022

Reporting to the Supervisor of Traffic Services, the Streetlight Linesman will work as part of a team responsible for the installation, repair and maintenance of the street lighting systems and subsystems.
Duties included but are not limited to are:

Your role (see detailed job posting-link above):

  • Work safely with no electrical contact incidents or personal injuries
  • Perform replacement, repair and maintenance on street light equipment, hardware, and infrastructure as required
  • Maintain and repair electrical distribution, including conduits, cables, wires, circuit breakers, for street lighting
  • Respond to street lighting malfunctions, performing diagnostics and troubleshooting to identify faults and make necessary repairs
  • Maintain accurate records of daily activities and be fluent in the use of computers
  • Occasionally erect and maintain steel, wood or concrete poles and guy wires
  • Able to lift, push, pull and carry up to 75 pounds
  • Oversee and inspect the work of contractors to ensure adherence to specification
  • Operate an aerial truck work at a height of up to 15m meters
  • Work outdoors in all weather conditions
  • Respond to on-call duties when required

Position: Transportation Technologist (click for full posting)
Employer: Town of Ajax
Closing Date: July 17, 2022

Reporting to the Manager of Transportation Planning, the Transportation Technologist is accountable for evaluating, recommending and implementing municipal traffic controls to facilitate safe and efficient vehicular and pedestrian movement.

Key Duties (see detailed job posting-link above):

  • Conducts analyses and studies concerning the effectiveness of existing municipal traffic controls, analyzes the merit and appropriateness of traffic calming and implements traffic calming measures where required.
  • Develops and coordinates a data collection program and utilizes equipment to collect in-field transportation data.
  • Completes the rotation of regulatory Automated Speed Enforcement signage.
  • Utilizes AutoCAD to complete designs of Traffic Calming measures and Active Transportation facilities.
  • Assists with the review of development applications including traffic management plans, site plans and subdivision applications.
  • Inspects the installation of traffic control measures in development for compliance with the approved plans, design standards and specifications prior to road assumption.
  • Assists with the review and response to traffic related (traffic control, parking restrictions, speeding, school safety, etc.) complaints and enquiries from residents or Council through direct response, instructions to staff, other departments and or agencies.
  • Assist in preparing reports and recommendations to Council for their direction and/or bylaw endorsement.

Position: Senior Engineer (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Toronto
Closing Date: July 15, 2022

Transportation Services is seeking experienced Senior Engineers to oversee the conceptual, preliminary design and implementation of safe, comfortable all ages and abilities complete streets projects across Toronto. The successful candidate(s) will work in either the Cycling & Pedestrian Projects Unit or the Capital Projects & Program Unit.

The primary responsibilities of this position will include (see detailed job posting-link above):

  • Leads the planning and design of safety focused pedestrian and bikeway projects. 
  • Develops new guidelines and specifications, modifies established guides, and applies existing criteria in new manners to design and delivery of roadway design projects, with an emphasis on high quality bikeway, Vision Zero safety, public realm and surface transit projects. 
  • Develops, reviews and implements preliminary and detailed plans and cost estimates for new bikeways, public realm, Vision Zero safety, surface transit and other roadway projects. 
  • Supervises/directs professional engineering and technical personnel and leads multi-disciplinary project teams. 
  • Prepares Committee and Council reports, presentations, memoranda, Request for Proposals, Request for Quotations, contract plans, specifications and estimates for tenders, evaluates tendered bids and makes recommendations for award of contracts. 
  • Manages assigned projects delivery contracts and consultant assignments, ensuring effective teamwork and communication, high standards of work quality and organizational performance and continuous learning. 
  • Represents the Units and Division as a technical specialist at project and organizational meetings. 
  • Maintains relations with councillors, public, consultants, government agencies, developers, suppliers and contractors and formulates sound recommendations regarding such additions or alterations during design and construction phases.