|JUNIOR PROJECT COORDINATOR Start Rate $30.31 per hour (Non-Negotiable) $30.31 - $38.38 per hour (ATU Bargaining Unit)
The Track and Signals Office in Railway Corridor Infrastructure requires a Junior Project Coordinator to coordinate the design and construction of railway corridor infrastructure improvement projects including track work, signal work, grading and drainage, as well as the coordination of track protection.
The Station Infrastructure office requires a Junior Project Coordinator to coordinate the design and construction of new/and or rehabilitated station buildings and facilities including rail platforms, snowmelt systems, pedestrian tunnels and bridges, walkways, passenger shelters, bike shelters, elevators and all associated accessibility features.
Location: 20 Bay Street, Toronto
Coordinating small projects through all stages of design and construction in terms of function, quality, budget, schedule and approvals in co-ordination with external and internal authorities.
Assisting Project Coordinators with day to day activities through various stages of project design and construction.
Community college diploma in Civil Engineering Technology or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience providing a thorough knowledge of the theories and practices of engineering/architecture.
Minimum two (2) years experience related to the design and construction of transit facilities, interpreting and applying contract plans and specifications and coordinating contracted engineering projects.
Good knowledge of the theory principles and practices of civil engineering and architecture and of project management, including cost control, scheduling, codes, standards, specifications, corporate policies and procedures, and applicable contract legislation.
Good understanding of Railway Rules and Regulations and Safety & Operating procedures.
Good written and verbal communication skills, ability to work independently, strong interpersonal and negotiating skills and analytical ability are a must.
Proficiency in the use of project management software and computer applications is essential.
Must have a valid Ontario “G” Driver’s License in good standing.
Must successfully complete environmental, safety and any other training and certification required by corporate policy.
To apply for this position, please submit your resume online, no later than December 16, 2012, quoting File Number 12-482.
Please note that applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
Accommodation will be provided throughout the hiring process, as required. Applicants must make their needs known in advance.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
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