Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
District Transportation Engineer
Annual Salary: $61,497.44 – $80,189.64 (as of February 5, 2017); plus a 4.4% Recruitment & Retention Adjustment
We are looking for an independent and dynamic District Transportation Engineer to join the team in the vibrant community of Prince George. The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is responsible for providing the Province with a safe and reliable highway system that supports the British Columbia economy by facilitating the movement of people and goods.
The District Transportation Engineer develops and maintains the multi-year District program and manages concurrent highway projects. In this independent role, the DTE is responsible for managing and integrating all project phases and for the procurement and allocation of financial and human resources. Possessing extensive experience in work associated with civil engineering and with an excellent knowledge of acts, regulations and policies pertaining to transportation, you participate on regional or major project planning teams and supply expertise and management services in the development of project delivery strategies, cost projections or applications. An effective communicator, the DTE communicates, consults and negotiates all aspects of projects with a diverse group of local governments, Crown corporations and numerous other stakeholders, balancing often competing demands and expectations of the various stakeholders against project scope, time, cost and quality.
Prince George is an excellent location for outdoor enthusiasts with local ski hills, trails and lakes.
The BC Public Service offers a healthy work/life balance, excellent benefits, including one of the best pension plans available, and a variety of opportunities for career learning and development. To find out more, explore What the BC Public Service offers You
Qualifications for this role include:
⦁ Bachelor’s degree in engineering from a recognized university; or an equivalent combination of education and experience as recognized by the professional association.
⦁ Registered or immediately eligible for registration with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia.
⦁ At least two years’ experience as a Professional Engineer with progressive responsibility in capital and rehabilitation project programming, project management and highway design from conceptual design to construction supervision.
Preference may be given to applicants who have:
⦁ Experience in budgeting and working with planning districts and municipalities.
⦁ Experience in traffic engineering and/ or transportation planning engineering.
⦁ Experience with project management related to infrastructure planning, design and/or construction.
⦁ Experience evaluating design proposals for conventional design and design-build.
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