7 – 10 years supervisory experience in infrastructure / public works
5 – 10 years experience in the direct daily supervision of staff and equipment in an infrastructure / public works operating environment. Candidate must have experience in deploying the necessary resources required to perform various tasks such as road building, shoulder pulls, erosion control, culvert installations, dust control, beaver control, bridge repairs, regraveling and general maintenance of asphalt, gravel and cold mix roads
5 – 10 years experience in dealing with public and stakeholder concerns and complaints either in person or phone and providing written follow-up
5 – 10 years experience in developing, monitoring and working within approved annual budgets and expenditure limits
3 – 5 years experience in assessing road conditions along with monitoring and approving road use requests, agreements and overweight permits
An intermediate level of understanding and able to use Microsoft office suite including word, excel, outlook, power point and other financial software
A class 5 drivers licence and current driver’s abstract are required for the above noted position.
A complete job description for the position is available at the Woodlands County Municipal Office in Whitecourt, the Fort Assiniboine Regional Municipal Office and online at www.woodlands.ab.ca
Key Responsibilities Include:
Supervise staff, assignment of daily activities, recommend training and development of staff.
To access road conditions and prioritize the maintenance
Responsible for various tasks such as road building, shoulder pulls, erosion control, culvert installations, dust control, beaver control, bridge repairs, regraveling, general maintenance of asphalt, gravel and cold mix roads including other related road duties.
Respond to all public concerns and complaints ether in person or via phone and provides written follow-up to Director.
Responsible for safety meetings, monitoring cost control of various projects, assigning of overtime when required, scheduling of workloads around medical appointments, time off in lieu, vacations, and other staff needs and reports same to the Director. Approval of time sheets and cost coding on a daily basis or as otherwise directed.
Responsible for monitoring and approvals of road use agreements and overweight permits.
Responsible to ensure equipment maintenance (i.e. greasing, blade changing, and cleanliness) are maintained.
Responsible for purchasing of materials required in the maintenance and other departments within approved expenditure limits.
Responsible for hiring of contact equipment as per policy for various projects .
Responsible for the appropriate maintenance of all facilities
Supervise the pick up and disposal of hamlet garbage. Monitor and insure that the transfer bins are picked up and emptied as required.
Supervisor is responsible to ensure all employees receive and hold current certification to perform their duties safely.