Key Responsibilities Include:
Provides support to the Transportation Department with the coordination and completion of program planning, program reporting, financial administration, tendering and contract administration, contract management, and supervision of road maintenance programs.
Responsible for system planning, development, implementation, management, supervision, and training for Transportation’s Road Maintenance Programs.
Participate in the budget preparation process including Program planning and identifying related costing for the Gravel Program.
Research and compile information for job requirement on Graveling projects.
Complete contract administration such as providing information for tender packages, preparing information and data for RFQ’s and RFP’s.
Monitoring and supervision of tendered contracts to support road maintenance programs (Gravelling).
Tracking and managing inventory of materials (Gravel, Sand, cutting edges, safety supplies, tools, rock chips, cold mix, culverts etc.)
Consolidate road gravelling requirement information obtained from the Transportation Supervisors.
Prepare a gravelling plan proposal based on field inputs (transportation Supervisors and Operators) and Manager’s direction for the new budget year.
Prepare a detailed daily, monthly, and annual report to Transportation management
Inspect, monitor, and assess
Complete gravel sieve tests on gravel being crushed and/or stockpiled
Provide Sieve Analysis reports on all stockpile sites to the Manager to ensure contractor performance is within required tolerances.
Evaluate and monitor contract QA/QC and compliance by performing geotechnical analysis testing as well as the procurement, awarding and supervision of consulted services for geotechnical testing.
Conduct road inspections on all roads scheduled for gravel.
Coordinate gravel hauling
Coordinate graveling with Dust Control, Construction, and Shoulder Pulling Programs.
Coordinate gravel hauling with contractors or own forces under the direction of the Manager, Transportation.
Coordinate material, human resources and equipment resources to support Transportation programs as well as contracted services.
Adhere to applicable responsibilities and accountabilities as outlined in the Sturgeon County Health and Safety Management System.
This position requires a High School Diploma and/or post-secondary training or certificate in Office Administration or equivalent of no less than 3-5 years related experience in a clerical role in an office setting. Bookkeeping certificate or experience is an asset.
Knowledge of how to calculate out gravel spread, have a thorough understanding of road maintenance programs, and have working knowledge of aggregate sieve analysis and testing procedures as well as loader and truck efficiencies.
Must understand tons versus cubic yard calculations.
A current valid driver’s license, an acceptable 5-year Commercial Drivers Abstract and Defensive Driving Certificate.
A current Standard First Aid Certificate.
1 Full Time Position (Seasonal –Temporary)
April 29 – October 25, 2019
Rate of Pay: $26.75 - $31.3 per hour
Hours of Work - 40 hours per week – some overtime may be required
All interested candidates are encouraged to submit their resume and cover letter stating the competition number to email@example.com
Additional Job Information:
Posted Date: Feb 13, 2019
Closing Date: Feb 22, 2019
Job ID: Competition 22-2019