Looking for a career with a dynamic organization that is committed to safety and meeting the needs of a growing community. We are looking for a positive and dedicated leader to fill our Infrastructure Assets Supervisor position!
Key Responsibilities Include:
Reporting to the Manager of Infrastructure Assets, the Infrastructure Assets Supervisor will oversee the operation, maintenance and repair/replacement of roads, facilities, and fleet assets. This includes providing leadership, guidance and support of both day-to-day operations and assigned projects ensuring that the business unit meets operational plan goals and objectives while in compliance with all Municipal, Provincial and Federal Acts, Regulations, bylaws and policies.
We are seeking a candidate who:
Boasts strong leadership skills with the ability to mentor and develop staff
Possesses previous experience in growing and executing asset management plans for roads, facilities, and fleet infrastructure.
Has the proven ability to make sound decisions with minimal supervision
Can communicate effectively in a professional manner in both written and verbal form with the public and internal staff
Possesses exceptional operational knowledge of roads and facility services
Is knowledgeable in procurement, tendering, contract management, and creation of project plans
Understands OHS and Risk Management programs
Completion of a degree or diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution in Engineering, Environmental Science, Business or related discipline.
An equivalent combination of education and directly related experience in the field of road or facility maintenance/planning may be considered.
The following certifications or training are considered assets to the position:
Designation as a Public Works Supervisor with APWA
Knowledge of Pavement Management Systems (Road Matrix or HPMA)
Training with GIS Systems
Microsoft Office Suites
3-5 years’ of directly related experience in Roads or Facilities
Minimum 3 years’ of progressive supervisory experience, preferably in a municipal or unionized environment
The salary range for this position is $77,072 - $98,057 per annum. The current work week is based on 35 hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. The option to participate in an alternate work schedule may be available. The Town offers an excellent benefits package including the Local Authorities Pension Plan.