This is for (1) full time term working 75hrs bi-weekly, until March 31, 2022. Temporary assignments may be considered with prior approval from your supervisor.
Highways and Public Works
Without a firm foundation, nothing lasts.
Yukon’s Department of Highways and Public Works provides services and infrastructure that Yukoners need to go about their daily lives with safety, connectivity, and purpose. Things like roads and bridges, buildings and equipment, airports and government services, and information and communications networks. It is a big department with many tools and hats. Our work is building the foundations that enable you to enjoy a full life in Yukon, one with freedom and opportunity to travel where you need, to do your job without constraints and to connect with the people that matter to you.
We are here so you can be there.
The Transportation Division of Highways and Public Works builds and maintains the infrastructure, systems and programs that are critical to a healthy and vibrant Yukon. We employ operators, engineers, analysts, administrators, mechanics, and safety specialists to name a few and we offer many rewarding career opportunities. Our aviation, engineering, maintenance and transport services branches ensure a safe and effective transportation network that connects Yukon to the world and supports economic growth and a healthy society within the territory. We take this responsibility very seriously and we thrive in a challenging environment keeping the Yukon on the move 24/7.
Our people are your people.
Transportation Engineering Branch is responsible for the planning, design, rehabilitation and construction of highways, bridges and transportation infrastructure throughout Yukon. We are a diverse group of people who truly enjoy working together. The work is fast paced, varied and there isn’t a lot of downtime - even in the winter, as our planning and the majority of the design work is completed by our employees.
Reporting to the Manager of Transportation Planning and Programming, the Project Control and Standards Technician is responsible for developing, documenting and periodically updating technical design standards, construction specifications and policies relating to highway construction. The position also carries out development and maintenance of policies and guidelines relating to the engineering aspects of highway safety; short and long term studies and technical reports relating to highway safety; and audit reports for construction final payments.
For more information about this position, please contact: Amanda Price, Manager of Planning and Programming at email@example.com
For more information about applying on a Highways & Public Works position, please contact Lovejoy Fulton, HR Consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do NOT email resumes to the above addresses - your resume must go through the e-recruitment system to be considered. To apply, please click the link at the bottom of this page; if have any issues with the system, please contact E-recruitment client support at this link
Please submit your resume clearly demonstrating how you meet the following qualifications. It is not enough to list the qualifications below, they must be shown through a demonstrated duty and attached to a position title, employer name with a month & year to month & year format. Further consideration is based solely on the information you provide in your resume and in the screening questionnaire. For more information on formatting your resume for a Yukon Government job see this link.
Diploma in civil engineering technology with experience in preparing contract documents
Experience supervising highway, bridge or airport construction projects;
Experience managing and/or carrying out transportation policy research and analysis of transportation issues and projects.
Valid Class 5 driver’s license or provincial equivalent
Candidates who have education, training, and/or experience equivalent to the essential qualifications listed above may be equally considered
Desired knowledge, skills and suitability
Candidates should have and may be assessed on:
Ability to collaborate within a team environment as well as work independently;
Excellent verbal and written communications skills;
Excellent research, analytical and problem solving skills;
Ability to plan, develop, implement and evaluate projects;
Ability to establish strong and effective working relationships with senior management, and other stakeholders; and
Demonstrated leadership competencies.
Conditions of employment: Have and maintain a valid Class 5 Drivers Licence or provincial equivalent
Job requirements: Travel throughout Yukon
19 June 2020
13 July 2020