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Superintendent II, Streets, Traffic and Electrical Operations Branch

From CivicInfo BC - August 4, 2017

Superintendent II, Streets, Traffic and Electrical Operations Branch

Requisition ID:4263

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The City of Vancouveris striving to become the greenest city in the world by 2020 and we are proud to be one of Canada's Top 100 Employers, BC's Top Employers, and one of Canada's Greenest Employers. With employees that have helped Vancouver consistently rank as one of the world's most livable cities, the City values a diverse workforce which represents the vibrant community we so proudly serve.

Consider joining our committed team of staff and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.

The Superintendent II, Streets, Traffic and Electrical Operations Branch (STOEB) is responsible for the strategic planning, construction and maintenance of the City of Vancouver infrastructure (streets, sidewalks, boulevards & lanes) through leading and managing a large group of employees, consisting of four exempt Superintendent Is and approximately 150 unionized staff. Overseeing operating and capital budgets in excess of $25 million/year, is responsible for the safe execution of work that delivers value for money to citizens of Vancouver. As such, the Superintendent II plays a large role in defining and utilizing metrics, conducting benchmarking, writing reports and business cases to make business decisions, and leading initiatives that enhance service delivery in accordance with corporate policies, practices and programs. This position oversees performance planning and performance management, and is involved in various labour-management activities.

Equipment and Fleet use for the Branch, along with transient issues fall under this position. Also oversees the planning and response during various weather-impacting events such as snow, flooding and other emergency situations including communication with internal and external agencies.

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