Employer/Organization: City of North Vancouver
Closing: March 31st 2020 11:30 PM PST
We are the urban core of the beautiful North Shore with convenient access to major regional and global centres. As a west coast community of 58,000 and an award winning municipality, we have a long-term vision to be the healthiest small City in the world and one that is a truly livable community, safe, sustainable, prosperous and inspiring to all people.
We are looking for a dynamic, results-oriented professional with strong communication and organizational skills, the ability to think strategically as well as the ability to influence and inspire others within multi-disciplined teams to join our Public Realm Infrastructure (PRI) group. The PRI has a studio like feel, with emphasis on creativity and collaboration, while delivering complex capital projects.
Reporting to the Manager, Public Realm Infrastructure, you will lead the design, consultation and implementation of critical active transportation corridors focusing on creating infrastructure that safely accommodates cyclists, scooters and other emerging electrified mobility devices. You will lead within a multi-disciplinary team working closely with other internal staff and external consultants/contractors, and ensuring adherence to engineering standards, and City Policies, with the objective of creating optimal benefit to our community.
Your exceptional interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills will facilitate strong working relationships with the community as well as amongst internal and external contacts. Critical to your success in this role will be your ability to engage in productive dialog around sensitive subjects with stakeholder groups to move projects forward.
Your qualifications include a university degree in engineering, planning or a related discipline, and proven progressive project management and stakeholder coordination experience, preferably in a municipal environment. Professional registration and/or a PMP designation would be considered assets.
During the recruitment process, applicants will be requested to provide a current Police Information Check (PIC).
We offer an attractive remuneration and benefits package for this 2-year temporary exempt position, including a compressed work schedule.
If you’re passionate about making the City of North Vancouver an even greater place to live, apply on-line through the Career Portal at www.cnv.org by Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
Thank you for your interest in the City of North Vancouver.