The City of Moose Jaw has a population of 34,000+ and is situated in the south-central part of Saskatchewan. Offering a high quality of life, the "Friendly City" provides residents with affordable living options, excellent schools, post-secondary educational facilities, a new state-of-the-art hospital, a variety of cultural institutions and exceptional recreation and leisure services. It's a small City with all of the big city necessities (even a Starbucks within walking distance from City Hall!). With a municipal workforce of nearly 400 employees, including 130 police and fire employees, the City of Moose Jaw offers diverse opportunities for employment. The City strives to be an employer of choice offering competitive wages and benefits. The City's “Safety First” approach aims to continue building a healthy workplace where employees have an opportunity to establish and advance careers and contribute to the growing community.

Reporting to the Director, the Manager of Engineering Services will perform the following duties:

  • Supervise, co-ordinate, give technical direction and ensure efficiency of assigned employees
  • Obtain information for, plan and direct detailed engineering design of both surface and underground public works facilities
  • Prepare the specifications for and direct the technical aspects of capital construction project
  • Conduct in depth engineering studies and prepare reports
  • Liaise with developers to ensure that projects are completed within the specified plans and are compatible with the City’s infrastructure
  • Ensure the preparation and maintenance of final plans and records of Engineering Services facilities and programs
  • valuate and provide recommendations for safe and efficient traffic flow
  • Manage and keep current a program for the monitoring and efficient operation of traffic controls, waterworks, storm and sanitary sewer networks, including master plans and servicing for future growth
  • Initiate, manage and assist in provincially mandated programs monitoring standards as required
  • Contribute to development, implementation and maintenance of Asset Management Plans focusing on capital planning, rehabilitation and replacement programs
  • Ensure compliance with Occupational Health & Safety safe and proper work practices and procedures
  • Attend City Council meetings as required

Qualified candidates will have education and experience obtained through the completion of a degree in Civil Engineering and 5 years of experience in municipal engineering. Also, candidates will possess:

  • Professional member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
  • Demonstrated management and supervisory skills
  • Ability to work with people from various occupations and backgrounds
  • Working knowledge of OHS regulations
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

Equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.