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City of Meadow Lake seeks City Engineer

City Engineer


Position Overview
Reporting to the City Manager, the City Engineer is an out of scope position and is responsible for a variety of engineering works related to municipal infrastructure. The responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:
•    Manage all major civil projects for the city including liaising with funding agencies, regulatory bodies, contractors, and the public regarding the project.
•    Develop projects from concept and lead projects through planning, budgeting, design, tendering, and implementation.
•    Monitor and manage project budgets, keeping the City Manager and Council well informed of any budget or scope changes necessary for projects.
•    Implement asset management and supervise the Asset Management Coordinator.

Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will foster a results-oriented work ethic and ability to work independently to produce quality materials and recommendations within tight timelines. They will have:
•    Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
•    Professional Engineer designation and will be in good standing with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists in Saskatchewan (APEGS).
•    Minimum 5 years of municipal engineering experience. Supervisory experience will be considered as an asset.
•    Strong skills in GIS and AutoCAD. Skills in modelling and design software will be considered an asset.

Compensation:
Compensation is competitive and negotiable in keeping with experience, knowledge and abilities. A comprehensive benefits package is provided. 

Application Instructions:
Your application package must include current contact information for at least three employment references. Please forward resumes and cover letters attention City Manager, Diana Burton via email to citymanager@meadowlake.ca

For the full job posting, visit meadowlake.ca

Closing Date: August 31, 2021

Expires: August 31, 2021