Website City of Regina
This position is responsible for leading, directing, and providing professional expertise to complex and politically sensitive projects, development review processes and assignments. The position reports to a Senior Engineer.
- Research industry best practices and evaluate existing policies in order to create or modify Standard Operating Procedures to support the delivery of Servicing Agreements, Development Levy Agreements and other development agreements.
- Perform analytics in relation to the development of Servicing Agreement and Development Levy contracts in order to support achieving current level of service standards.
- Provide technical advice, direction and recommendations to help advance the creation of Servicing Agreements,
- Development Levy Agreements and any other development related agreements.
- Assist in the development and monitoring of branch and department operating and capital budgets.
- Develop contracts specific to the delivery of new development and measure the outcomes of these contracts.
- Coordinates complex projects for complex and politically sensitive development initiatives to ensure alignment with the
- Planning and Development Act, Official Community Plan and any other Neighbourhood or sector plans that relate to the project.
- Responsible for coordinating, consulting, negotiating and collaborating with internal and external agencies and stakeholders.
- Ensure all safety, rules, regulations and procedures as set out in the Provincial Occupational Health and Safety Act, the City of Regina Occupational Health and Safety Manual and standard operating procedures.
- Organize and lead meetings, committees and training/information sessions.
- Oversees staff, consultants and contractors.
- Serves as a point of contact between internal departments, committees of council, developers, consultants, and government officials on business related to the development agreements.
- Prepare reports, contract documents, terms of reference, request for proposals, policies and procedures, Council briefs and correspondence.
- Lead and/or advice on various departmental and organizational project teams.
- Ability to express ideas effectively both orally and in writing, to diverse group and size of audiences.
- An undergraduate degree in Engineering or Planning program preferably from a CIP-accredited university or a two (2) year
- Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Engineering Technology, or Water Resources Technology.
- Minimum four (4) years of related development experience. Experience in the field of land development planning, policy planning, municipal engineering, or development policy is required.
- Ability to conduct difficult and complex technical research, analyze data and issues, document findings, evaluate alternatives, provide recommendations, and implement the resulting course of action.
- Ability to lead, plan, organize, influence, direct, supervise, inspect and co-ordinate staff, consultants and contractors.
- Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relations and a respectful environment with superiors, peers, subordinates and the general public.
- Ability to exercise sound independent judgement and reach appropriate conclusions within broad policies and guidelines.
- Well-developed knowledge of urban planning theory, principles, standards, practices and information sources with strong emphasis on implementing sustainability principles and neighbourhood planning.
- Knowledge of administrative/supervision/business management principles and processes.
- Must possess a valid Class 5 driver’s license and have a vehicle available for work usage.
- Knowledge of water, wastewater and drainage construction principles, processes, theories, statistics, technologies, standards, safety policies, materials, practices and operations.
- Knowledge of the general rules and regulations of the Provincial Occupational Health and Safety Act as they apply to this position and the ability to develop and ensure adherence to safety procedures within the Section.
- Knowledge of project management principles and processes.
- Considerable knowledge of existing regulations, legislation, procedures and requirements related to the planning process.
- Ability to manage multiple projects, information systems, programs and budgets/expenditures.
- Knowledge of Windows-based software, specifically Microsoft Office, and database applications.
Company: City of Regina
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, CA
Application Deadline: N/A
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