|Engineering Permits Coordinator
||City of Abbotsford
This posting closed on
March 24, 2017
at 4:30 PM
||17-035 (Please quote job ID on resume when applying)
||Engineering & Regional Utilities
||At the City of Abbotsford our people are our greatest asset. We offer a wide range of diverse, stimulating and rewarding career opportunities that support and recognize high levels of performance. Key to our ongoing success is providing an environment that is inclusive and maximizes the diverse talents, backgrounds and perspectives of all employees, where every member of our team feels valued, respected and empowered. We offer ongoing personal and professional development opportunities, competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package.
Our organization is currently growing and evolving in a dynamic way. Our City Council has adopted a new, leading edge Official Community Plan, and a forwarding thinking and ambitious Strategic Plan that provide us with a blueprint for our community’s ongoing growth and prosperity. Abbotsford is an exciting and forward thinking place to be right now.
Be part of the story. Join our team today.
The City of Abbotsford is currently offering a Full-Time opportunity within our Engineering and Regional Utilities Department. Attention to detail, people skills and civil engineering knowledge will lead to success in this role involving the review and processing of engineering permits.
The Engineering Permits Coordinator ensures Engineering Permit applications are complete and include necessary documents such as letters of credit, inter-governmental approvals, and consultant reports.
The Engineering Permits Coordinator has considerable independence and exercises judgement in submission requirements, and interpreting applicable bylaws. Policy matters, difficult problems and impasses with applicants are discussed with the Manager, Engineering Inspections and Permits (Manager).
The Engineering Permits Coordinator assists the Manager with overseeing the work of others, including inspection and monitoring, and bylaw enforcement related to the Engineering Permit process.
Performance is evaluated in terms of quality of service and adherence to established standards of performance.
As the ideal candidate you will have:
• Grade 12 diploma;
• Diploma of Technology in Civil Engineering;
• Two years’ experience in civil construction and inspection;
• Valid B.C. driver's license;
• Membership or eligibility for membership with the Applied Science and Technologists and Technicians of B.C. as an Applied Science Technologist (AscT).
This position is unionized, CUPE Local 774, and the hourly rate of pay is from $33.96 to $39.95 per hour (2015 rate). In addition, the City of Abbotsford offers a comprehensive benefits package.
Closing Date: March 24, 2017 at 4:30pm
If you are ready for a rewarding and fulfilling career where you will play an integral role in helping Abbotsford be the city that all other communities aspire to be, we want to hear from you.
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