Halifax Water is hiring for the job of Engineering Technologist II (Capital Project Inspection). This is a regular opportunity in the Engineering and Technology Services Department and has full-time hours.
As a Capital Project Inspection Engineering Technologist II, you will:
- Be a core member of the Capital Project Delivery Team.
- Perform technical duties relating to inspection and construction management of water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure expansion, renewal, rehabilitation and maintenance.
To do this job, you need to have:
- A Civil Engineering Technologist Diploma, or equivalent related engineering and surveying courses.
- Five years of experience in construction inspection and supervision of civil engineering projects.
- Be a registered member or eligible for membership in TechNova as a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET).
- Have a valid Nova Scotia Driver's License.
This job is a unionized job under CUPE Local 1431. You can find the job description and benefits to working at Halifax Water on the Halifax Water website (Work for Halifax Water | Halifax Water).
Halifax Water is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This means:
- Our goal is to be a diverse workplace that represents community we serve, at all job levels. We believe a diverse workforce positively contributes to Halifax Water's success, and the success of our community.
- We encourage applications from qualified African Nova Scotians, LGBTQ+ community, racially visible persons, women in non-traditional positions, persons with disabilities and Indigenous persons. We encourage you to self-identify in the cover letter.
Application Deadline is 4:30 pm on February 26, 2024.
Thank you for applying for a job with us. We will contact you only if we choose you for an interview.
If we offer you the job:
- You will need to successfully pass a background check.
- You will need to successfully pass other pre-employment testing. This could include a satisfactory drivers abstract and a satisfactory drug and alcohol test.
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A little bit about us
As Atlantic Canada's Largest Water Utility, our purpose is to supply and safeguard sustainable, high-quality water services.
Everything we do at Halifax Water is tied to our purpose. With employees who are dedicated to supplying high-quality services for water, wastewater, and stormwater, through a 'One Team One Water' attitude, we can meet the challenges of a growing population, aging infrastructure, and increasing regulatory compliance.
Halifax Water employees strive to be stewards of our environment and are fueled by a passion to serve our communities. Employee commitment and dedication of service mean a great deal to our customers, stakeholders, and to Halifax Water.
As an employee, Halifax Water is proud to offer you:
- Pension & Benefits: We invest in our employees. As a member of our team, you will have access to a competitive benefits package, including health insurance, retirement plans, long-term disability, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, fitness incentives and much more. Learn more about the benefits of working at Halifax Water on our website; HalifaxWater.ca
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: We continually foster a more diverse workforce representative of our communities at all job levels. We know that a diverse workforce positively contributes to our success and the success of our community.
- Career & Professional Development: We encourage job development opportunities for all employees, including on-the-job training, tuition assistance, eLearning courses, classroom-based training, and more.
We are committed to providing a safe and hazard-free work environment. Our employees' health and well-being are a top priority, and we promote a safety-first culture to provide daily healthy, safe, sustainable, and reliable services. We take this responsibility seriously and feel immense pride in reaching beyond industry service standards.
As a public service utility operating critical infrastructure on behalf of our customers, our employees are trained in Emergency Measures Operations (EMO) and Incident Command System (ICS). This type of training allows Halifax Water to respond to all emergencies, from simple water main breaks to keeping customer water flowing (water, wastewater, and stormwater) through Hurricanes and other major natural events.
To learn more about What We Do, visit Halifax Water .