Manager, Roadways Maintenance Operations

Job description

The City of Regina has an exciting opportunity for a customer focused, goal orientated and strategic leader to join the Roadways & Transportation Department! The Manager, Roadways Maintenance Operations provides leadership, long and short term operational and program planning, financial management, and stakeholder relationship management for the area. This role is also responsible for the maintenance, operations, and care of the existing concrete and asphalt infrastructure including reconstruction, capping, pothole repair, sidewalk slab jacking, roadway depressions, general maintenance, and utility cuts. Reporting to the Director, Roadways & Transportation, this position is responsible for: Leading the development and implementation of the Roadways Maintenance Operations annual operational plan in the context of both the City and Department plans. Managing the maintenance and operations of the City’s concrete, landscaping, and asphalt infrastructure to ensure the work meets identified service levels and supports the strategic direction of the division. Determining branch priorities, assessing asphalt and concrete maintenance technologies, systems and processes and overseeing large asphalt maintenance projects which requires ability to understand the engineering and practical applications of asphalt. Managing contractors and rental equipment to meet operational demands. Communicating with the public both to respond to escalated public complaints, such as potholes, depressions, utility cut issues and safety hazards, or requests for information and to seek input into pending operations or levels of service that will impact the citizens of the City. Leading the development of an annual Branch wide workforce plan with a focus on identification of the necessary human resources both in terms of capacity and competency. Providing direct leadership, mentoring, training and coaching of the Branch supervisors, coordinators and other staff. Conducting performance planning for staff (goal setting, review and assessment) and ensures that performance process is complete for all Branch resources. Providing leadership for Branch specific employee/labour relations issues which includes participation in formal grievance and arbitration processes. Ensuring development of policies, systems, and procedures across all areas of mandate. Leading the development of the operations budget and ensuring that there is timely and accurate forecasting and ongoing analysis of the budget and expenditures. Where necessary, ensuring proactive mitigation strategies are developed and implemented. Providing advice, guidance and information on area of subject matter expertise to senior City leaders. Ensuring that policies and procedures are adhered to and proactively identifying operational risks, program/service reviews and developing recommendations and action plans. Conducting safety meetings, worksite inspections and leading a safety-focused culture within the Branch in accordance with the Corporate Safety Program. If you are proactive and goal-orientated and have the ability to lead and influence people, this may be an opportunity for you. You will have demonstrated exceptional communication skills in past roles where you were known as a leader that embraces change. In order to meet the challenges of this position, the successful candidate must have knowledge and experience of core management practices including program/service delivery models, policy development, strategic planning, media relations, budgeting, performance measurement and management and human resources. Superior communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills in order to work with various stakeholders, customers, and staff in delivering departmental goals is also essential. If this opportunity sounds like a great fit for you and you are ready to elevate your career with the City of Regina, we want to hear from you! Candidates selected for an interview will be required to provide proof of acquired education.

In accordance with the City of Regina’s Criminal Record Check Policy, the position requires that the successful candidate provide a satisfactory Criminal Record Check as a condition of employment. This competition will remain open until filled. If you are interested, we encourage you to submit your application before April 25, 2021.

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