Transportation

The Transportation Department ensures the safe mobility of people and vehicles by managing the Township's roads, bus stops, sidewalks, bridges, and traffic control systems in partnership with the Roads Department. The Transportation Department also oversees cycling routes, crosswalks, traffic counts, and planning and construction management of road network expansions.


Bonnie      
There are so many opportunities for career growth and development at the Township. I've been able to build on the knowledge, skills, and experience I gained in school.
Bonnie, Engineering Technologist III

Explore a sample of the types of roles:

Duty Examples

Prepares cost estimates, revenue sharing and grant applications for capital projects and assists with budget preparation.

Plans, schedules, and coordinates various capital projects to avoid conflicts between projects, resources, and to meet target deadlines.

Prepares terms of reference for and requests proposals from engineering consultants, evaluates the proposals, and awards engineering assignments for capital projects.

Prepares and reviews technical reports and assists in preparing reports to Council.

Approves invoices and authorizes changes to contract amounts within budgeted limits.

Required Certifications

  • Eligible for designation as an EIT in BC
  • Class 5 BC Driver’s Licence

Desired Experience/Qualifications

  • Bachelor degree in Engineering from a recognized post-secondary institution
  • Experience in a municipal environment

Departments

  • Engineering and Construction Services
  • Transportation
  • Utilities Operations
  • Water Resources and Environment

Duty Examples

Performs moderately complex technical field and office work of an engineering nature at the sub-professional level.

Coordinates assigned small to mid-sized construction projects.

Develops work schedules in conjunction with operations and construction; monitors work progress and project budgets.

Coordinates approval of soil deposit permit applications; prepares and maintains technical and status reports, correspondence, tender and project specifications.

Performs site inspections, maintains liaison with, and provides direction to a wide variety of internal and external contacts.

Required Certifications

  • Class 5 BC Driver’s Licence
  • Registration or eligibility for registration as a Graduate Technologist within BC

Desired Experience/Qualifications

  • Graduation from an Institute of Technology with a diploma in Engineering Technology
  • Courses in project management
  • Experience working in a municipal Engineering environment (preferred)

Departments

  • Engineering and Construction Services
  • Facilities Planning and Construction
  • Roads Operations
  • Transportation
  • Utilities Operations
  • Water Resources and Environment

Duty Examples

Performs complex technical field and office work of a Civil Engineering nature at the sub-professional level.

Coordinates assigned major construction projects.

Develops work schedules in conjunction with operations and construction; monitors work progress, and project budgets.

Coordinates utilities programs; prepares and maintains technical and status reports, correspondence, tender and project specifications.

Performs site inspections, maintains liaison with, and provides direction to a wide variety of internal and external contacts.

Required Certifications

  • Class 5 BC Driver’s Licence
  • Certification or eligibility for certification as an Applied Science Technologist within BC
  • Cross Connection Control Tester Certificate (for Utilities Operations only)

Desired Experience/Qualifications

  • Graduation from an Institute of Technology with a diploma in Civil and Structural Technology, Building Technology, or other related discipline
  • Courses in project management
  • Experience working in a municipal Engineering environment (preferred)

Departments

  • Engineering and Construction Services
  • Facilities Planning and Construction
  • Roads Operations
  • Transportation
  • Utilities Operations
  • Water Resources and Environment

Duty Examples

Performs administrative and technical work at the sub-professional level.

Coordinates contract documentation and administration on construction projects.

Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of technical subordinates.

Prepares and maintains technical and status reports, correspondence, and project specifications.

Performs site inspections, maintains liaison with, and provides direction to a wide variety of internal and external contacts.

Required Certifications

  • Class 5 BC Driver’s Licence
  • Certification or eligibility for certification as an Applied Science Technologist within BC

Desired Experience/Qualifications

  • Graduation from an Institute of Technology with a Civil Engineering Technologist Diploma
  • Experience working in a municipal Engineering environment (preferred)

Departments

  • Engineering and Construction Services
  • Facilities Planning and Construction
  • Roads Operations
  • Transportation
  • Utilities Operations
  • Water Resources and Environment

Duty Examples

Prepares cost estimates, revenue sharing and grant applications for capital projects and assists with budget preparation.

Plans, schedules, and coordinates various capital projects to avoid conflicts between projects, resources, and to meet target deadlines.

Prepares terms of reference for and requests proposals from engineering consultants, evaluates the proposals, and awards engineering assignments for capital projects; and reports to Council.

Interprets the Township’s policies, standards, and design criteria as they affect specific projects; reviews the Engineering Consultant’s design for conformance; and makes decisions during design and construction on questions not covered by standards.

Required Certifications

  • Class 5 BC Driver’s Licence
  • Eligible for the Professional Engineer designation in BC

Desired Experience/Qualifications

  • Bachelor degree in Engineering from a recognized post-secondary institution 
  • Minimum five years work experience with progressively responsible project management roles
  • Minimum two years work experience in a municipal environment
  • Supervisory experience (preferred)

Departments

  • Engineering and Construction Services
  • Facilities Planning and Construction
  • Transportation
  • Water Resources and Environment

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