Company : Jobssummary / Indeed
Salary : $35.78–$41.45 an hour
Location : Yukon
This posting is to fill 1 full-time seasonal auxiliary position to assist in the summer asset inspections every year.
Highways and Public Works – who we are
Employees at Highways and Public Works are responsible for ensuring safe and efficient public highways, airstrips, buildings, and information systems. Our collective vision is to make a difference in the lives of Yukoners. At all levels of our organization, we value leadership, innovation, teamwork, and keeping our people safe. Our priorities are to be client focused, to support our people, to build sustainably, and to advance reconciliation throughout Yukon.
The Transportation Planning Branch applies a systematic approach to the planning and management of our assets. We streamline and improve systems to allow the Transportation Division to deliver programs more efficiently and effectively. We pride ourselves on our innovative and solution-focused culture and approach. The Transportation Asset Management Unit is a group of professionals tasked with understanding our transportation network’s assets and identifying what resources and activities are required in order to support the network and ensure it keeps the territory moving. Click this link to read more about our branch and the awesome initiatives we are involved in!
Reporting to the Senior Transportation Analyst, this position supports the planning and implementation of the Transportation Division’s Asset Management System for specific service areas and asset classes by applying asset management practices, techniques, technology and tools. The position provides day to day supervision of field staff conducting asset inventory and condition assessments.
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Essential Qualifications (what we’re looking for in your resume):
- Experience in highway infrastructure asset inspections, surveying, and/or design and construction.
If your resume shows education, training, and/or experience equivalent to the essential qualifications listed above, your application may be equally considered.
Desired Knowledge, Skills and Suitability (what candidates will be assessed on):
- Knowledge of engineering principles associated with transportation infrastructure and design (e.g. highway signage, surfaces, vegetation, culverts, and rest areas);
- Ability to use tools e.g (iPAD, Microsoft Office etc.);
- Knowledge in field assessments, including recording and reporting of field conditions;
- Knowledge of specialized computer systems including dTIMS, and ESRI Collector; Formstack;
- Ability to coordinate and manage team schedules, work collaboratively in a team environment, and work independently;
- Ability to analyze and interpret data in order to summarize and report on asset inventory and condition assessments on an ongoing basis;
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills;
- Ability to establish strong and effective working relationships with peers, and other Divisional stakeholders.
Conditions of Employment
Must possess and maintain a valid Yukon Class 5 driver’s licence.
Travel and mandatory use of personal protective equipment.
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If you have questions about this position, please contact Ehsan Idrees, Senior Asset Management Analyst - Asset Management at [email protected]
If you have questions about applying on a job with Yukon government or if you need an accommodation for this staffing process, please contact Kylie Townend, HR Consultant at [email protected]