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||Transportation & Roadside Operations
|Posting Closed Date
||Manager III, Transportation Operations
||Permanent - Full Time
|Summary of Duties
||Reports to the Division Manager, Transportation & Roadside Operations or designate. Responsible for major program sectors including budgets, program and procedure development.
- Oversees daily operations and formulates, monitors, evaluates and implements programs within the Department.
- Manages program sectors within the Department as assigned.
- Manages Provincial Minimum Maintenance Standards legislative requirements.
- Ensures efficient delivery of services in compliance with appropriate legislation, regulations, and municipal policies.
- Supervises assigned staff. Conducts performance reviews.
- Recommends, on a confidential basis, concerning hiring, promotions, demotions, transfers, terminations, salary adjustments and staff disciplines.
- Plans, implements, monitors and reviews service program delivery providing analysis reports to appropriate Director.
- Recommends policies, procedures and construction standards and implements upon approval.
- Maintains communications and relationships with community and government agencies.
- Develops and recommends budgets and initiates actions to operate within fiscal plans. Monitors and reports as required.
- Liaises, consults with, and co-ordinates contractors and consulting engineers to ensure adequate service delivery.
- Maintains awareness of pertinent legislation and agreements and ensures compliance.
- Resolves union management conflicts through progressive labour relations.
- Develops and conducts staff training.
- Assists in preparation of tenders/contracts/quotations for related areas. Recommends suppliers and contractors and administers and monitors performance.
- Represents management on various committees as required.
- Develops and maintains maintenance management information systems.
- Responds to emergency situations.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
||Successful completion of a three-year Community College Program in a related field or equivalent related experience.
||Skills and abilities in the following areas are necessary:
8 to 10 years of progressively responsible experience, preferably in a related field, including extensive supervisory experience.
Experience operating various computer software packages an asset.
Active membership in the Association of Ontario Road Superintendents (AORS).
||$75,384 to $101,646
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