Job title: SUPERVISOR RIGHT OF WAY MANAGEMENT
Company: City of Toronto
Job description: Job ID: 11882
Job Category: Operations & Maintenance
Division & Section: Transportation Services, Permits & Enforcement
Work Location: East York Civic Centre (Permanent), Metro Hall (Temporary), Scarborough Civic Centre (Temporary), North York Civic Centre (Permanent)
Job Type & Duration: Full-time, 2 Permanent, 2 Temporary (12 month) Vacancies
Salary: $88,979.80 to $104,540.80, PSG #TM0261, Wage Grade 6.5
Shift Information: Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week
Number of Positions Open: 4
Posting Period: 16-Feb-2021 to 23-Feb-2021
- Implements detailed plans and recommends policies/procedures regarding program specific requirements
- Supervises, motivates and trains assigned staff, ensuring effective teamwork, high standards of work quality and organizational performance, continuous learning and encourages innovation in others
- Supervises the day to day operation of all assigned staff including the scheduling, assigning and reviewing of work
- Authorizes and coordinates vacation and overtime requests. Monitors and evaluates staff performance, approves salary increments, hears grievances and recommends disciplinary action when necessary
- Reviews and manages applications received for a variety of regulatory permits controlling uses within public road allowance, including street occupations, encroachments, Off Street/Front Yard parking and commercial boulevard parking, and ensures compliance with applicable bylaws, policies and standards
- Negotiates, mediates and facilitates resolution to issues related to one or more of the following: construction staging, encroachments, Off Street/Front Yard parking and Commercial Boulevard parking raised by clients, councillors, individuals and special interest groups
- Coordinates a diversified team including, by-law enforcement, administrative, and engineering staff to fulfill legislative requirements pertaining to the unit, and ensure compliance with applicable by-laws, policies and standards within the public Right-of-Way
- Recommends program options to address specific issues of economic, social, cultural and right-of-way within the Division’s mandate
- Prepares comprehensive correspondence, reports to City Council and Standing Committees on policies, procedures and complex issues related to public right-of-way
- Analyzes, develops, implements, monitors and adjusts business practices and systems in accordance with sound engineering/planning and the tenets of sound public administration
- Leads staff by imparting a strong customer focus to service delivery, and ensuring a responsive approach to meeting client needs and expectations
- Conducts site meetings and investigates complaints, and manages the collection of documents for submission to court for consideration, as evidence and preparation of cases for prosecution
- Coordinates approval of applications, issuance of permits and directs enforcement of legislation for activities within the public right-of-way, including the maintenance of records and collection of fees
- Ensures municipal interests and public safety are achieved through the administration and regulation of activities and enforcement within public rights-of-way
- Represents the Division at Community Council meetings, public meetings, Court and Tribunals and conducts seminars to promote the goals and objectives of the Division
- Experience in planning, supervising and directing the work of other staff.
- Post secondary education in a discipline pertinent to the job function combined with relevant management training experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Experience and proven ability in a leadership role in a customer service function working closely with staff, stakeholders and consulting with clients.
- Experience working in an enforcement/compliance capacity.
- Highly developed customer service and interpersonal skills to deal effectively and professionally with staff and the public
- Ability to communicate effectively and professionally both orally and in writing.
- Demonstrated leadership and organizational capabilities and the ability to work in a self-directed team environment.
- Working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and applicable regulations, Collective Agreement, related Labour Legislation, Human Rights Code, etc.
- Ability to handle day to day personnel and labour relations issues.
- Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and documents.
- Knowledge of SAP, TMMS and RACS systems or other municipal maintenance management or budget systems will be an asset.
- Possession of a valid Ontario Class “G” Driver’s license and the ability to pass a test to be qualified to receive a City operator’s license.
- Proficiency with computerized systems, including Microsoft Office.
- Possesses or must be eligible to obtain certification as a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer (MLEO).
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Expected salary: $88979.8 – 104540.8 per year
Location: Scarborough, ON – East York, ON
Job date: Thu, 18 Feb 2021 04:03:30 GMT