Senior Coordinator, Prime Infrastructure Engineer Honoré-Mercier bridge and Melocheville tunnel, Planning Directorate
8 July 2021
Full-time, permanent and unionized position – 37.5 h/week
2020 salary, depending on years of experience: $105,156.97 to $116,841.09
As a manager of important infrastructure, The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (the Corporation) is a federal Crown corporation established in 1978 that is responsible for the Jacques Cartier Bridge, the original Champlain Bridge, the Champlain Bridge Estacade, the Île des Sœurs Bypass Bridge, the federal sections of the Bonaventure Expressway and the Honoré Mercier Bridge, as well as the Melocheville Tunnel.
The Corporation manages, maintains, and repairs these important Greater Montreal structures to ensure the safe passage of thousands of users every day. The Corporation also ensures that its critical structures remain safe, fully functional and aesthetically pleasing both today and in the future. It carries out construction, repair and reinforcement projects on the infrastructure under its responsibility and oversees the operation and maintenance of these structures.
Reporting to the Director, Planning, the selected candidate will apply the asset management system for the structures under your responsibility while collaborating with all stakeholders who work on these same structures. Based on the orientations defined by the Directorate, you will maintain, follow up on, and communicate a global vision of the structure’s asset management. You will develop and set up tools to implement asset management with work teams. You will act as a mentor and actively help coach engineers and service technicians. The selected candidate will also be responsible for coordinating between the major maintenance program and special projects of JCCBI and its partners.
- Maintain, document and promote a strong global knowledge of the assets under your responsibility to be recognized as a reference person in your area.
- In line with the Directorate’s orientations, provide leadership to develop, maintain and continuously improve the Corporation’s collaborative and integrated asset management culture.
- Help align the Corporation’s various stakeholders around a common organizational vision and strategy for asset management:
- Review the annual and ten-year asset management deliverables program to comply with the Corporation’s internal obligations, in collaboration with its various internal departments.
- Help define the necessary requirements and standards to implement the asset supervision program.
- In collaboration with engineers and technicians, help identify inputs that will allow the Corporation to acquire the knowledge it needs to define the scope of its projects.
- In the short, medium and long term, develop an operating vision and investment strategies for the assets under your responsibility by compiling inputs from inspections, bearing capacity studies, instrumentation results, mobility needs, urban integration, partner safety and other sources of data.
- In the short, medium and long term, develop an operating vision to optimize current and future experiences with respect to travel time, coexistence between different modes of transportation, and intelligent and active mobility.
- Facilitate corporate decision-making based on asset life cycles and data and while maintaining a balance between service performance, costs and risks.
- Review project briefs.
- Define and implement project prioritization criteria that include the integration of asset risk management.
- Follow up on the investment programs generated from the master plans.
- Work with the Operations and Maintenance Directorate to develop and update the regular maintenance program for the structures and ensure that this program’s integration is compatible with the major maintenance program.
- In collaboration with the Environment/Sustainable Development Directorate, incorporate best practices in environmental protection and sustainable development principles into asset management.
- Work closely with the Projects Directorate to align projects with the structure’s asset management strategy and any issues outside the scope of projects.
- Ensure strong alignment and the integration of asset management deliverables produced by the Planning Directorate and Research and Application Directorate.
- Develop and maintain good business relations with the Corporation’s partners (MTQ, Ville de Montréal, Ville de Longueuil, Infrastructure Canada, SSLG, etc.).
- Keep the Corporation’s strategic and business plan up to date.
- Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with a minimum of twelve years of experience, including five years in civil engineering structures, asset management and project management.
- Be a member in good standing of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ).
- Have a good understanding of issues related to engineering projects, construction work, and traffic coordination work.
- Additional education in asset management and/or risk management is considered an asset.
- Be able to work on a team.
- Ability to establish/see a global perspective.
- Familiarity with standards for the inspection, evaluation, design, and construction of bridges and civil engineering and road structures will be considered an asset.
- Have demonstrated skills in the supervision and administration of assigned contracts, including evaluating work, holding meetings and negotiating payments.
- Be able to visit structures using fixed or moving structures (i.e., the candidate must not have a fear of heights or confined spaces).
- Be familiar with the applicable and recognized safety standards for construction.
- Be able to exercise sound decision-making.
- Have good organizational skills and time and priority management.
- Be resourceful and curious and show a desire to find information.
- Adhere to the organization’s objectives, mission and values.
- Know how to use the following software: MS Project, Excel, Access, Word, Outlook and Internet Explorer.
- Mastery of written and oral French and good knowledge of English (oral and written).
WHAT WE OFFER
Further your career in a stimulating and pleasant work environment at a strong organization whose key values are team work, transparency, thoroughness, innovation and commitment.
We offer a workplace that is accessible by public transit and car (parking available), a competitive salary, and a comprehensive benefits package, including a pension plan with the federal public service.
Join the JCCBI family and send your CV and cover letter to:
Mr. François Piché-Roy, President – Senior Consultant
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