Transportation Manager

Closing Date
Posting Type
Municipal
Employment Type
Full-time
Department
Public Works & Engineering
Employment Contact Information

Human Resources *

Job Title
Employment Opportunities at Middlesex Centre
Email
hr [at] middlesexcentre.on.ca
Overview

Middlesex Centre is seeking an experienced, highly motivated and results-oriented individual to assume the responsibilities of the Transportation Manager.

Reporting to the Director of Public Works and Engineering, the Transportation Manager is primarily responsible for the overall management of operations & fleet services department for all corporate fleet and equipment assets, coordination, planning, administration, project management, approval, implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of various long-range plans, policies, technical studies, design, agreements and applications relating to the Municipality’s transportation planning, and engineering.

Please see the full job posting and job description below for further details.

Qualifications
  • Post-secondary diploma or degree in Civil Engineering Technology or related field with a C.E.T. designation 
  • Professional Engineering designation is an asset
  • At least 5 years experience in a transportation planning, operations, fleet management and project management service environment or related civil engineering discipline
  • Strong technical knowledge of transportation related processes, methodologies and construction practices, and proficiency in a project management role
  • Working knowledge of the Ontario Health and Safety Regulations for construction and industrial operations
  • Working knowledge of the various Ontario Traffic Manuals
  • Valid Certified Roads Supervisor certificate (the Association of Ontario Roads Supervisors) is an asset
  • Technical knowledge of the Municipal Act, Drainage Act, Public Utilities Act, Highway Traffic Act, Navigable Waters Act, Occupiers’ Liability Act, Occupational Health & Safety Act and other applicable legislation
  • Working knowledge of the various Ontario Traffic Manuals
  • Demonstrated proficiency in utilizing Auto-CAD and Arc GIS
  • Excellent customer service, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to work flexible hours as required
  • Requirement to carry a cell phone to respond to after-hours issues
  • Proficient with Computerized Work Flow and Reporting, including mobile maintenance management systems, mobile road patrol, work orders, time sheets, and basic  Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Valid driver’s license – Class G
  • The successful candidate must provide a criminal records check and clean drivers abstract satisfactory to the municipality