Engaging in business development efforts to secure transportation planning work and build client relationships
Leading and managing transportation planning projects for external and internal clients in GTHA, wider Canada and the United States
Preparing and managing preparation of high quality project deliverables, including print documentation and presentations
Preparing and delivering effective public presentations and representing the company to clients and the general public
Establishing and maintaining connections with professional colleagues, identifying and developing marketing leads, preparing marketing proposals and materials, and representing the company at interviews
Delivering high-quality products, undertaking financial management of projects and being responsible for client relationships, and management of staff and subcontractors
Helping to lead, manage and mentor junior staff
Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning, Civil Engineering, or closely-related discipline
Undergraduate degree in related discipline
MCIP and RPP or P Eng.
10+ years relevant professional experience including recent (3+ years) experience in the GTHA
Current senior role in their business/ team
Demonstrated experience working with City of Toronto, Metrolinx, MTO and private sector (the more of these, the better)
Able to bring client relationships and win work from day one
Demonstrated project management skills
Understanding of transport planning, traffic engineering and traffic modelling (strategic and micro-simulation, junction); specialization in one area or more
Several client referees who can attest to project delivery and technical skills.
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Job Order: MG-1450
Job Responsibilities: This position is responsible for managing project elements from estimating and design stage to job completion for a portfolio of projects to ensure overall successful completion and turnover. Manages and directs project resources from initial client contact, through conceptual design, estimating, proposal, scheduling, budgeting, permits, construction to contract closeout to...
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Job Description: Prepare and analyze financial data ensuring positive cash flow for project Provide technical engineering information to employees and subcontractors to ensure project complies with all engineering standards, codes, specifications and design instructions Assist in plan and specification analysis in order to provide clear, trackable and coordinated interpretations of the...
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Job Qualifications: Minimum 7-10 years of experience with a land development firm, private consulting practice, or in municipal development review; Advanced working knowledge of the principles, methods and best practices of land use planning and project management; A strong understanding of the Planning Act, provincial/municipal planning policies, related plans and guidelines; A...
Job Responsibilities: Pre-Construction Turnover Inspection Assist the Development Director with Pre-Construction Turnover Inspections with Developer's Consulting Engineer. As instructed by Development Director and the Project Manager, prepare detailed report of deficiencies and observations (with pictures/video) as a matter of record, and distribute to all relevant parties. Regular...