The Manager, Flow Control Facilities Mechanical Maintenance is accountable for managing the maintenance and operations of mechanical flow control facilities operated by Drainage Services. This includes managing the FCF Mechanical Maintenance group in the completion of maintenance work and capital upgrades for pump stations, force mains, control gates, odour control facilities, and other drainage facilities within Edmonton.
- Demonstrate a high performance, high discipline, safe, accountable, focused, innovative and achievement-oriented, easy to do business with manner of working
- Leading and coaching a strong team of front line employees and providing appropriate context and job level deliverables with performance expectations.
- Participate in engineering project reviews and commissioning to ensure safe integration of new and modified facilities and systems.
- Develop, implement and review processes to ensure compliance to policies, standards, regulatory requirements and ensure mitigation of risks.
- Identify the necessary budget requirements for the provision of reliable mechanical facilities in the Drainage network.
- Create and manage a strong team of employees, including determination of optimal numbers, recruitment, retention, and development.
- Assist Senior Manager to determine maintenance budgeting and program targets for resources, operations and facility performance of mechanical drainage facilities.
- Ensure effective communication for internal and external stakeholders.
- Provide input to the Flow Control Facility plans and directions, ensure an appropriate understanding of the strategy throughout the mechanical team.
- Analyze and identify issues impacting operational performance and establish initiatives for continuous improvement of mechanical facilities in the drainage system.
- Develop and implement deliverables within the context of the Flow Control Facility business plan.
- Providing resources to perform short term and long term scheduling of routine and non-routine maintenance activities, including upgrades and major corrective maintenance work
- Represent the Flow Control Facilities Team on various engineering, operational and capital projects by providing expertise and input regarding design, planning, and asset management
- Certification as a water or wastewater operator is considered an asset.
- Knowledge of mechanical systems design, construction and maintenance principles
- Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) registered with APEGA or eligibility to be a registered member of APEGA is considered an asset.
- Post-secondary education and designation in engineering, trade certification, and/or a technical diploma.
- 5+ years of related mechanical or refinery experience
- Minimum of 5 years progressively responsible experience in the water or wastewater industry or related field
- Works with the team to break down goals in a way that is attainable and develops strategies to achieve them; makes specific changes in the system or in work methods to accomplish work more effectively and efficiently.
- Knowledge of trade construction, computerized maintenance management systems
- 2+ years of experience leading technical staff, tradespersons, and project management experience
Job Category: Government
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Edmonton, Alberta, CA
Application Deadline: N/A
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