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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: Senior Traffic Analyst (click for full posting)
Employer: Town of Richmond Hill
Closing Date: December 12, 2020

Reporting to the Manager, Transportation, the Senior Traffic Analyst will use engineering techniques to achieve the safe and efficient movement of people and goods on roadways, with a particular focus on research into safe and efficient traffic flow. You will respond to general public enquiries related to transportation and traffic operational issues and noise issues, and you will review and provide comments on transportation related policies.

Position: Supervisor Traffic Safety and Operations (click for full posting)
Employer: Town of Richmond Hill
Closing Date: December 12, 2020

Reporting to the Manager, Transportation, the Supervisor of Traffic Safety and Operations will manage and coordinate the Traffic Analysts to achieve the safe and efficient movement of people and goods on roadways, with a particular focus on research into safe and efficient traffic operations and data analyses. The Supervisor will review and coordinate responses to general public complaints and enquiries related to transportation and traffic safety, traffic operations and parking issues. This position will also review and provide comments on traffic related policies.

Position: Manager, Transportation (click for full posting)
Employer: Town of Richmond Hill
Closing Date: December 13, 2020

Reporting to the Director, Development Engineering and Transportation, the Manager, Transportation, will provide sectional leadership and guidance for the City with respect to all Transportation planning matters. You will implement and promote the City’s Strategic Plan and foster a culture of innovation, engagement, collaboration and respect. You will manage a diverse team of engineers, planners and technologists in addressing transportation planning, transportation engineering and the traffic operational and safety needs of the City.



Archived Job Postings

Position: Manager of Traffic and Parking Services (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Brantford
Closing Date: April 2, 2020

Reporting to the Director of Operational Services, the Manager of Traffic Services and Parking provides senior leadership to a highly skilled team of staff, in a multi-functional work group that provides a wide range of services to the public, internal clients, and external customers. Services include; traffic operations, traffic systems management, street light maintenance, parking operations, parking enforcement, traffic and parking by-law review and enforcement, road safety initiatives, and capital project management.

Position: Operational Services Technologist (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Brantford
Closing Date: April 16, 2020

Reporting to the Technical Operations and Compliance Manager, the Operational Services Technologist is responsible for providing operational and technical support in the planning, design, monitoring, analysis, evaluation, and modification of Traffic, Parking, Road, Sidewalk, and Winter Control programs. The Technologist participates in and supports the planning and implementation of transportation projects such as systems analysis, data base administration (DBA), compliance tracking, inventory tracking, inspection scheduling, technical support for projects and maintenance programs, reports to Council, contract preparation and administration, and support for GIS and AVL systems.  The position will recommend improvement strategies in the delivery of services to meet mandated goals and objectives in compliance with all applicable legislation and City policies. The Technologist will promote teamwork and integration across Operational Services and Public Works, with both customers and outside agencies and participates in cross-functional initiatives. 

Position: Manager Transportation Planning (click for full posting)
Employer: Niagara Region
Closing Date: July 24, 2020

Reporting to the Associate Director, Transportation Planning, the Manager, will assume professional engineering responsibilities for a full spectrum of transportation initiatives, including, but not limited to: Environmental Assessments (EA’s), Regional, Area and site specific transportation studies and assessments, active transportation planning, preliminary design, scheduling, reporting and cost estimates of various transportation projects (e.g. development applications, traffic impact studies, travel demand management and multi-modal transportation initiatives).  This role also leads and/or participates in the implementation of relevant projects, such as complete streets, vision zero, shared mobility and way findings.

Position: Transportation Technologist (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Sarnia
Closing Date: August 12, 2020

Reporting to the Manager of Development and Transportation, efforts are principally concentrated on maintaining of all traffic, regulatory, warning and information signs, street name signs, construction signs, etc. The Transportation Technologist is also responsible for the coordination of the traffic monitoring program including installation, maintenance, data collection, and analysis of traffic and parking related surveys as well as the coordination and inspection of pavement marking activities. Ability to communicate positively and effectively with members of the community is a critical aspect of this position.

Position: Project Manager Transportation Planning (click for full posting)
Employer: Niagara Region
Closing Date: August 20, 2020

Reporting to the Manager, Transportation Planning, the Project Manager, Transportation Planning will be responsible for leading environmental assessment projects and other transportation/ traffic related studies/initiatives, within the Transportation Planning Group.

Position: Project Manager, Traffic Signal System (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Hamilton
Closing Date: September 2, 2020

Reporting to the Senior Project Manager, Transportation Systems, you’ll provide leadership in a team environment focused on meeting the City’s responsibilities as a leader and steward in optimizing transportation systems efficiency, air quality management, and fuel and energy savings, all in keeping with the City, Department, Division and Section visions, values and goals. An effective communicator, you’ll respond confidently to staff, the public and Council regarding Transportation Systems matters.

Position: Project Manager II – Mobility Planning (click for full posting)
Employer: Region of Halton
Closing Date: October 2, 2020

Reporting to the Supervisor of Transportation Planning, the Project Manager – Mobility Planning is a new role which is intended to bring a fresh perspective to the planning of the Region’s transportation network by applying a multi-modal lens. This position will lead the Transportation Master Plan update and associated development charges study, Municipal Class Environmental Assessment studies, and transit and active transportation related initiatives.

Position: Traffic and Transportation Engineering Analyst (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Greater Sudbury
Closing Date: October 14, 2020

The Transportation Services Section, Infrastructure Capital Planning Division, Growth and Infrastructure Department, of the City of Greater Sudbury, requires a Traffic and Transportation Engineering Analyst, in performing duties under the general supervision of the Traffic and Asset Management Supervisor (outlined in posting link above).

Position: Transportation Technologist (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Brantford
Closing Date: November 26, 2020

 

Reporting to the Supervisor of Parking Services, the Transportation Technologist will:

  • Liaison with the public on traffic and transportation issues, suggestions, or concerns
  • Coordinate projects and various work with the Public Works Department
  • Act as a staff liaison on various committees within the community
  • Write council reports regarding traffic conditions or by-law amendments
  • Review and interpreting intersection collision data
  • Assist in implementation/review of traffic studies, identification of traffic deficiencies, road detours, and preparation of specifications

Position: Supervisor, Traffic Signals (click for full posting)
Employer: City of Brampton
Closing Date: December 1, 2020

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Traffic Services, this position is responsible for the provision and maintenance of traffic signals and systems ensuring compliance to industry and Corporate regulations for the safety of people in the City of Brampton.