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Social Media CoordinatorMarketing & Communications – Corporate ServicesContract Full-Time; 12 Months Reporting to the social media supervisor, the social media coordinator will add value to the team by providing social media support across the organization; ideating, creating and scheduling content promoting Regional programs and services for a variety of audiences. Major Responsibilities: - Develop content for communications and digital team, creating copy and social asset as required.- Package and edit posts to ensure optimized presentation on social platforms, adhering to best practices and maximizing shareability.- Enhances relationships with external audiences by engaging with community members across social platforms, responding to direct messages, comments and inquiries, delivering high quality customer service. - Through regional accounts, the social media coordinator proactively engages with residents and partners, triaging and responding to inquiries and working with internal partners as required. - Create editorial calendars and social media plans for both campaign and ad hoc content requests.- Execute and schedule digital content that represents the Region of Peel, its brand and its values. Work in partnership with internal and external stakeholders to develop & issue social campaigns across all lines of business.- Create photo and video assets for social platforms, optimizing existing content and producing new social content and assets. - Support video partners with content creation, from storyboarding to shot lists and platform-specific execution. - Monitor media to identify solutions and encourage ongoing proactive opportunities.Qualifications:- University degree or college diploma in a related with two years experience creating social media for brands, non-profits or in an agency setting or an equivalent combination of experience and education.- Experience with delivering creative, effective and resonant content across digital platforms. Video production and editing experience preferred. - Experience with A/B and multivariate experiments, paid social amplification and proven success producing organic social content.- Highly creative with experience identifying target audiences and devising digital campaigns that engage, inform and motivate.- Experience with social media-related software systems including Salesforce Social Studio, Hootsuite or Meltwater.- Displays organizational capabilities to track progress, execution and consistency of social campaigns. - Solid knowledge of social analytics tools and measurement. - Solid knowledge of Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects, InDesign and other Adobe products. - Strong analytical skills and data-driven thinking.- Strong understanding of technical specifications of visual assets for social media platforms.- Knowledge of AODA requirements. - Excellent writing, editing, proofreading and verbal skills.- Public Sector experience would be considered an asset. Location: 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton Ontario Hours of work: 35 hours per week/ Monday through FridayIf this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online.
Advisor, Water and Wastewater Strategic Infrastructure PlanningPublic Works- Wastewater Salary Range: $100,944- $126,181 Are you passionate about strategic infrastructure planning and asset management and want to join an organization that manages 27 Billion dollars worth of water and wastewater infrastructure and plans to build another 5 Billion dollars worth of water and wastewater infrastructure in the next 20 years? Do you bring strong negotiation and strategic thinking skills? Are you strong influencer who is able to provide vision and recommendations? Then this may be the opportunity for you! The Role… Reporting to the Manager, Water & Wastewater Asset Management, the Advisor will support the Manager in all aspects of strategic infrastructure planning and integrated asset management in order to plan and guide various projects and initiatives that are undertaken by the section. The Advisor reviews and provide input and recommendations for long term renewal and replacement plans, maintenance strategy, financial plans, business plans, processes and strategies for water and wastewater utility and to improve and mature strategic asset management as per ISO 55000 standard. The Advisor develops and compiles the entire water and wastewater renewal and replacement strategy in coordination with the Enterprise Asset Management Program and water/wastewater engineering, reliability and operations teams. We are seeking a highly-skilled individual who is able to provide strategic and expert advice for optimization of maintenance programs. This position is a key resource for the section and internal divisions on all aspects related to infrastructure planning, asset and maintenance management and will provide regular coaching and mentoring of staff and students. What you will do in this role:- Annual coordination and development of the entire water and wastewater renewal and replacement strategy for the divisions and present the plans to the managers, directors, general manager, executive leadership team and Council for approval- Reviews and analyzes budgets submitted by each section against the overall long-term infrastructure requirements, service objectives and reserve levels of the Corporation to ensure there is alignment with service objectives- Develops, maintains and analyzes information from decision support systems (DSS), long term financial forecasting tools and provides strategic advice to leadership team and Council for utility reserves contributions and rates setting- Conducts asset risk and criticality assessments, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) assessments, Failure Mode Analysis in collaboration with water/wastewater engineering, reliability, operations and external stakeholders such as Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) to inform risk to water and wastewater service delivery and develop appropriate mitigation strategies- Develops and maintains asset inspection, condition and performance standards, inspection and condition assessment plans in collaboration with water/wastewater engineering, reliability, operations and external stakeholders such as OCWA- Develops and maintains a comprehensive collection of life-cycle curves, deterioration curves, for various water and wastewater assets based on industry research and Peel specific data- Provides expert advice to General Manager, Water/Wastewater Directors and OCWA Agreement Advisor in all aspects related to strategic infrastructure planning and integrated asset and maintenance management for the OCWA agreement- Review OCWA’s Maintenance Management Plan, Civil & Structural Asset Maintenance Program, and Mechanical & Electrical Asset Maintenance Program, Risk Assessment Plans and provide recommendations to OCWA Agreement Advisor and Water/Wastewater Directors- Develops and maintains asset information strategy, asset and functional hierarchies, asset register, data attributes, data collection standards for water and wastewater assets totaling 27 Billion- Develops and maintains business process for various asset management capabilities such as capital planning, work order management, decision support systems- Develops and maintains integrated Asset Management Plans while integrating climate risk and resiliency and in alignment with O. Reg. 588/17, Enterprise Asset Management and climate change Master Plan- Conducts asset management maturity assessments and implement the maturity road map and work plan developed by the divisions to improve asset management maturity as per the ISO 55000 standard- Provides expert guidance to other Public Works divisions such as transportation, waste management, operations support in maturing their asset management program and developing asset management plans- Liaises with other departments, divisions and sections within the Region, OCWA, external agencies and municipalities. Participates in various internal stakeholder committees What we require: - Undergraduate degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering or a related field combined with a minimum of 5 years of related water or wastewater experience; an equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered- Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) Designation with the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) is an asset- Asset Management certification or other relevant professional certification (e.g.IAM certificate/diploma, PMP, six sigma, etc.) is an asset- Advanced written communication skills are required to develop complex reports, briefing materials, policies and guidelines, terms of reference, technical and non-technical reports to staff, management, internal and external stakeholders, Councilors and the public- Diverse understanding of water and wastewater infrastructure planning, asset management, which incorporates a range of services and programs and involves diverse business processes and expertise- Extensive knowledge and experience in infrastructure planning, design of municipal infrastructure and a thorough knowledge of water and wastewater treatment processes, design practices and standards, related codes, regulations, tendering/contract process, value engineering and contract administration- An understanding of water and wastewater operations, and advanced and specialized knowledge of water and wastewater hydraulics, including hydraulic transients- Strong project management skills, strategic program and project development skills, and financial management to develop and manage long-term capital works plans for state of good repair, system improvements and to service future growth- Demonstrated strategic planning and visioning skills are required to assess practices, regulations, policies and the impacts to infrastructure- Demonstrated ability to lead high-impact initiatives and manage change- Critical systems thinking, conceptual and creative problem-solving to identify and analyze issues and risks, develop solutions and promote commitment to new approaches, and influence decision making- Ability to analyze, synthesize and clarify complex ideas and material and formulate them into clear, plain language and format for a variety of audiences- Strong analytical skills for trend and gap analysis and issue identification- Strong organization and time management skills with the ability to handle multiple complex projects concurrently- Adaptable and able to work in an environment with changing priorities, short timelines and limited resourcesLocation:10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton/110 Matheson Blvd West, MississaugaHours of Work: 35 Hours Per Week- Monday to Friday If this opportunity matches your interest and experience please apply online
Supervisor, Waste ProcessingPublic Works – Waste ManagementRegular Full-Time Are you a leader who has the ability to mentor, develop and support a dynamic team of professionals? Do you have experience supervising, coaching and mentoring a team of non-union and unionized staff in the waste management industry? Do you bring waste management industry specific knowledge and experience in the areas of transfer facilities, compost/curing facilities, material recovery facilities and anaerobic digestion facilities? If yes, this role may be for you! The Role…..Reporting to the Manager, Waste Processing and Disposal, you will ensure the Region’s composting, curing, and material recovery facilities are operating in an effective and efficient manner by assisting the Manager in establishing safe, efficient, and cost effective operations to process the Region’s organic and blue box material all in accordance with the applicable Environmental Compliance Approvals for each site under their authority. Responsibilities:- Leads a multidisciplinary team of union and non-unionized members who are responsible for both Regional operated waste processing systems and the contract management and administration for contracted processing services- Provides effective front-line supervision to reporting technical and operations staff including hiring, coaching, motivating, training and development, and performance management- Plans, organizes, oversees, and schedules staff, equipment, maintenance activities, and contractors to meet the demands of the operations at three waste management facilities - Provides expert recommendations and advice to management with respect to contractor performance management, work quality assurance, and waste processing policies- Assists with the development, planning, and evaluation of new programs and responds to program related issues and reports on the successes/challenges to the management team- Oversees the end market distribution of the compost produced through the Region’s organics processing system- Assists with developing, monitoring and forecasting annual operating budget and capital budget for waste processing operations and contracts- Ensures Waste Processing Operations adheres to Provincial Acts and regulations, municipal by-laws and policies and Regional policies and procedures- Ensures all work is performed in accordance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and takes appropriate action as required when hazardous work practices are identified- Supervises the heavy equipment maintenance program which consists of machine and processing equipment preventative maintenance, coordination of all repairs, tracking and reporting of the daily/monthly/yearly activities related to the equipmentQualifications:- Post-secondary education in Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Applied Sciences or related discipline- 5 years’ experience preferably in the Waste Management industry- 3 years of direct supervisory/leadership experience; previous experience leading unionized employees is preferred- Advanced knowledge of Waste Management practices and procedures as it relates to transfer facilities, compost/curing facilities, material recovery facilities and anaerobic digestion facilities- Solid understanding of all relevant legislation, MOE guidelines and policies- Understanding of the Collective Bargaining Agreement to manage unionized employees- Polished leadership skills to build and motivate all employees and supervise contractors- Strong financial skills to prepare and manage annual and operating budgets- Proficiency in MS Office and ability to utilize programs such as PeopleSoft Financials- Effective communicator with the ability to collaborate with a variety of stakeholders- Superior public relations skills with ability attend to public inquiries- Excellent problem-solving and decision-making skills with ability to negotiate effectivelyLocation: 7795 Torbram Road, (Peel Integrated Waste Management Facility), Brampton, ONHours of Work: Regular Full-Time, 35 hours a week If this leadership opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online
PlannerPublic Works – TransportationRegular Full-Time The Role…..Reporting to the Supervisor of Transportation System Planning you will be a resource for management and staff in transportation planning related matters. Responsibilities:- Primary author for various studies and research papers - Support multiple Project Managers to meet competing deadlines - Compile and analyze statistical information for the purposes of policy and report development - Review, comment on and coordinate comments from other departments on various transportation projects- Collaborate, develop and enhance partnerships with internal and external stakeholders to address Regional transportation plans and policies- Conduct transportation modeling and related analysis - Prepare reports for Regional Council - Provide support through research, writing, and analysis for the Region’s goods movement initiative, transportation plans and other transportation studies - Conduct research on best practices related to transportation planning- Other duties as assignedQualifications:- University degree in Engineering, Planning or related field- Master’s degree or further post-secondary education would be considered an asset- Minimum 3 years of experience in transportation planning environment- Knowledge of transportation planning matters including goods movement, land use planning, traffic impac analysis, travel demand forecasting, transportation policy and analysis, transportation systems evalutation and long-range network assessment- Excellent report writing skills- Abiility to work on a multidisciplinary team- Well developed interpersonal skills, along with polished communication skills- Analytical mindset and ability to problem solve- Strong project management skills- Membership in PEO or OPPI/CIP would be considered an assetLocation: 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton, ONHours of Work: 35 hours per week If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online