Coordinator, Facilities and Greenspace
Regular, Full Time
Annual Salary: $77,683 to $91,089
Reporting to the Director, Conservation Lands, the Coordinator is responsible for the general management and maintenance of Conservation Authority properties, corporate infrastructure and assets. Program areas include management and maintenance of: Conservation lands; Built infrastructure and operating systems; Fleet and Equipment; and Non-capital Assets such as furniture.
What you will do
- Manage and provide direction to the Greenspace Services and Facilities department including full-time, contract and seasonal staff.
- Oversee program delivery, including annual workplan development and scheduling.
- Develop and implement project solutions and maintenance processes.
- Support departmental staff with project and program task implementation on a regular basis, and backfilling during employee absences.
- Supervise and direct the maintenance, repair and renovation of vehicles, equipment, buildings and building systems.
- Provide support to the Director for management of major infrastructure projects including project consultant management, permitting, project administration and reporting.
- Responsible for procurement of minor assets such as vehicles, equipment, project materials and tools.
- Identify and implement solutions to meet corporate efficiency, safety, and environmental objectives such as energy efficiency and Carbon reduction targets.
- Coordinate procurement and management of recurring service contractors for general maintenance (e.g., waste management, cleaning services, pest control) and building systems (e.g., HVAC, elevating devices, back-up generators).
- Coordinate procurement and management of service contractors for maintenance and retrofitting of facilities such as licensed trades, general contractors, and special services (e.g., Roofing, windows and doors, electrical, plumbing).
- Perform other related duties as assigned by the Director.
What you offer
- 3 years related job experience in the delivery of facility and asset management and maintenance projects and programs.
- College diploma in natural resource management, forestry, applied trades, outdoor recreation or similar.
- Experience with employee supervision and project coordination.
- Chainsaw Operator Certification.
- First Aid Certification.
- Working at heights training.
- Requires a broad, general knowledge of multiple trades including general construction, carpentry, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, automotive and small engine repair.
- Chainsaw, woodchipper, riding mower and other landscaping equipment operation and maintenance.
- Mechanical equipment operation such as tractors and implements, snowplows, dump truck and trailers.
- Experience with service contract and asset management.
- Familiar with woodchipper safety and operations.
- Must possess a valid Class “G" Driver's License.
- Knowledge in the following areas considered an asset:
- Tree Risk Assessment Qualifications.
- Ontario Pesticide Applicator Certification.
- Small Drinking Water System Operator Certification.
- Conservation Area/Provincial/National Park facility operation.
- Municipal parks/works or facilities operation.
- General construction.
Hours of work
35-hour work week, Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm
Rotational standby and on-call (weekends) required for winter maintenance activities (November-April).
This position is not eligible for hybrid work.
Travel between Conservation Authority sites required (Newmarket to Bradford).
Please forward a single pdf document that includes a résumé and covering letter to the Conservation Authority's Human Resources department, referencing Competition #18-2023, by 4:00 pm on October 1, 2023, to careers@LSRCA.on.ca.
The Conservation Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, the Conservation Authority will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. If you are contacted regarding this competition and you require disability related accommodations, please inform Human Resources.
All personal information is collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. We thank all applicants for their interest in the Conservation Authority; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.