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Posted Date 1 week ago(2/15/2024 8:30 AM)
Public Health NutritionistHealth Services – Family Health Status: (1) Contract Full Time – Up to 13 MonthsSalary Range: $86,443 - $108,052 per annumWork mode: Hybrid* see below for more details about this work modeLocation: 7120 Hurontario Street, MississaugaHours of work: 35 hours per week Peel Public Health aims to improve early child development outcomes for all children in Peel to promote lifelong health and well-being, reduce disparities, and improve the health status of the population. The Public Health Nutritionist working in the Family Health Division will perform complex specialized work and provide expert advice in the professional area of dietetics. This role includes work to influence positive eating behaviors and healthy eating environments for optimal growth and development of children and their families during the Early Years. Responsibilities:- Monitor, identify, analyze, and provide recommendations on nutrition trends, risks and opportunities. - Provide expert interpretation of nutrition related legislation and internal policies and procedures.- Serves as an expert on complex dietetic issues with a broad focus.- Applies advanced knowledge of public health and/or technical knowledge regarding population health, social determinants of health, epidemiology and evidence-informed decision making.- Interpret, synthesize, and integrate health data and research evidence to provide recommendations to guide policy and programming decisions.- Monitor, develop, implement, and advocate for nutrition related policies that will have positive population health implications.- Collaborate with a wide variety of experts, corporate staff, and federal, provincial and regional colleagues.- Ensure that issues of diversity, ethnicity, equity, and culture are reflected in research and policy analyses.- Prepare complex and specialized documentation, reports, and interprets statistical analyses with a focus on nutrition.- Synthesize complex information into a wide range of written and visual communication products such as reviews of research evidence, briefing documents, policy positions and presentations.- Prepare and deliver presentations and represent Peel at local, provincial, federal, and international meetings and conferences. - Design and implement knowledge translation activities related to nutrition research evidence, planning, data and policy.- Act as project lead, committee chair or consultant for divisional or departmental projects.- Lead research evidence review processes. What the Role Requires:- Master’s degree in applied science with a specialization in community or public health nutrition or related nutrition field.- Must be registered in good standing with the College of Dietitians of Ontario.- Minimum of 3 years of experience in public health nutrition.- Knowledge of current nutrition science, current food nutrition issues, the determinants of health, health equity, and health promotion principles and strategies.- Knowledge of Ontario Public Health Standards, and specifically in Healthy Growth and Development.- Knowledge of analytical, statistical, and epidemiological methods.- Strong knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methods including critical appraisal and appropriate use of evidence.- Demonstrated ability to apply advanced knowledge of public health and/or technical knowledge including population health, social determinants of health, assessment of research evidence, epidemiology and applicable legislation, program planning and evaluation skills.- Knowledge and experience in developing search strategies and assessing, determining relevance of, and critically appraising and analyzing evidence.- Experience in informing policy.- Strong facilitation, project lead partnership/collaboration, planning, problem-solving and organizational skills.- Proficient computer skills including reference management software. Perks @ Peel and Why You Will Love Working for Us:- Comprehensive Health, Dental, Vision benefit plan including psychological health (effective start date) - Automatic enrolment into OMERS pension plan (where applicable)- Accrue Vacation on a monthly basis- 3 Paid personal days and designated floating holidays- Flexible hours supporting your wellness and wellbeing- Annual performance review and merit increases based on performance- Supportive leadership and a culture of respect and inclusion- Access to tuition reimbursement and learning and development resources Work Mode & Job Location: In this role you will have the ability to work mostly remotely. You will be required to occasionally attend on-site meetings based on operational requirements at the 7120 Hurontario St, Mississauga, ON worksite.  The frequency of on-site activities may vary on a weekly basis and based on operational requirements. Your remote work location must be located within the province of Ontario.   Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.   If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line.    As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced COVID-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out.   
System ID
2024-13580
Post Close Date
2/22/2024 11:59 PM
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/14/2024 10:15 AM)
Articling StudentCorporate Services, Legal ServicesStatus: 1 Contract, Full Time - approximately twelve (12) months, commencing July 2024Salary: $69,273 to $86,593 plus comprehensive benefits where applicableWork Mode: Hybrid *see below for more details about this work modeLocation: 10 Peel Centre Drive, BramptonHours of Work: 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday to Friday (35 hours per week) Peel Region is able to offer a unique and highly attractive articling experience to our potential candidates. Working with Legal Services at Peel Region combines the work-life balance and supportive environment of a government office with the broad range of practice areas and commitment to service of a large full-service law firm.  Primary Responsibilities: The Articling Student will:- Provide legal research assistance- Prepare memoranda and legal opinions- Provide legal support on a broad range of files in each of the four practice areas described below:- Dispute Resolution - providing legal representation by appearing in court, before administrative boards and tribunals, and in mediation and arbitration of all types. Diverse Regional client groups include all departments, as well as the Peel Police Services Board. Construction liens, labour and employment, personal injury, landlord & tenant and commercial litigation matters are typical. Expectations include: providing research support, preparing pleadings and documents and representing the Region of Peel before courts and tribunals.- Business Law - drafting legal agreements and providing legal research to support clients in procurement, affordable housing, IT, waste management, water & wastewater servicing and Public Health. Dealing primarily with the Region’s contractual obligations and negotiations for the procurement and management of goods and services, as well as corporate advice, across all Regional departments.- Property Law - assisting with the acquisition and disposition of real property, both residential and commercial, as well as preparing documents relating to leasing, licensing, expropriation and environmental site concerns. Exposure to title searching, agreements of purchase and sale and securing easement rights for roads and municipal infrastructure projects.- Municipal & Development Law - dealing with land development applications and review, planning policy, matters before the Ontario Land Tribunal, environmental law matters, and general Municipal Law. Providing legal advice on the Municipal Act, 2001, Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and other relevant municipal legislation. Preparation and enactment of municipal by-laws and creation of policy within the municipal jurisdiction for administrative decision making.Qualifications:To be eligible for the Articling Student position, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:- Completion of LL.B. or J.D. or enrollment in final year of academic study at an accredited law school, or LSO approved equivalency;- Class G driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle; and- Such other articling student eligibility requirements as required by the Law Society of OntarioApplication Requirements:Together with your resume, please provide a cover letter and your undergraduate, graduate (if applicable) and law school transcripts.  A writing sample may be required from those students who are offered interviews. Applications for the 2024/25 articling term will be accepted until March 5, 2024.  Interviews are expected to be conducted on March 11th and 12th.  Work Mode & Job Location: In this role you will have the ability to work remotely and attend on-site when required based on operational requirements at the 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton worksite.  The frequency of on-site activities may vary on a weekly basis and based on operational requirements. Your remote work location must be located within the province of Ontario. The Region of Peel offers job based flexible hours of work that allows employees to manage personal and professional responsibilities while at the same time ensures business operational needs and customer service expectations are achieved.     Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.    If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line.   As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced COVID-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. 
System ID
2024-13579
Post Close Date
3/5/2024 11:59 PM
Remote
Yes
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/15/2024 8:46 AM)
Registered Practical NurseRegular Part time - 32 hours per pay periodShifts - 3:00pm - 11:00pm Week 1 - Friday, TuesdayWeek 2 - Saturday, Sunday Location: Malton Village, 7075 Rexwood Road, MississaugaCompensation: $30.71-$32.97/hour plus 14% in lieu of benefits  The Long-Term Care and Senior Services Divisions require staff to provide person-centered care to our residents and families following the Butterfly Model of Care. This will ensure high levels of emotional wellbeing and a better quality of life for those living in our homes. Staff are to have emotional intelligence ability to deliver person-centered care in an authentic way that is meaningful to the resident and their family. What you will do:  As a participating member of the multidisciplinary health care team you will assess the health needs of residents and provide quality, resident-centered care.   Responsibilities:- Provides nursing care in accordance with the College of Nurses of Ontario’s Standards of Practice, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Standards, Regional Values, policies and procedures, and best practice guidelines- Provides leadership to the Personal Care Attendants on his/her team- Assesses residents and develops, implements and evaluates care plans of less complex residents- Consults with the Registered Nurse on the management of residents with complex care needs- Respects and promotes customer service to ensure the comfort, safety and dignity of all residents- Administers and records medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician- Responsible for the safekeeping of drugs and narcotic keys- Observes, assesses, evaluates, records, and reports pertinent information regarding the resident’s condition to physician, DOC and/or Designate- Completes residents’ incident reports, identifies, analyzes and implements corrective actions in consultation with the Registered Nurse- Provides supervision and assistance in the dining room to ensure that all residents receive the appropriate diet and experience a quality dining service- Provides personal care as assignedand advocates on behalf of the residents- Responsible for ensuring prompt response to call bells and alarm systems- Maintains good relationships with the residents, staff, volunteers and visitors- Attends in-service education sessions, staff meetings, workshops, etc. as directed by the Director of Care and/or Designate - Assists in the orientation of new nursing staff as directed- Participates in relevant aspects of the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program to evaluate and improve client servicesQualifications:- Current certificate of competence as a Registered Practical Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario- If graduation was prior to 1985 must have successfully completed an approved medication administration course for the R.P.N. - Experience in long-term care is preferred- Must have effective oral and written communication skills and a good understanding of customer service concepts- Must be able to communicate appropriately with residents, staff, visitors, volunteers and medical professionals- Proficiency in basic computer skills is a requirement- Must be physically able to perform all delegated dutiesOur recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology. Location: Malton Village, Rexwood Drive, Mississauga Hours of work: 16 hours per week, Various shifts, including days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays Compensation: As per the Collective Agreement (CUPE) Please note: Successful candidates hired to work within any of The Region of Peel’s Long Term Care Homes are required to provide the following information prior to hire - Costs for these tests are the candidates responsibility- Vulnerable Sector Police Check- TB Skin TestingIf this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced Covid-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out.
System ID
2024-13572
Post Close Date
2/22/2024 11:58 PM
Remote
No
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/9/2024 8:10 AM)
Supervisor, Asset Maintenance TransportationStatus: Contract Full Time; 13 MonthsSalary Range: $96,785 to $120,979 per annum (plus comprehensive benefits and paid vacation) Work mode: Hybrid* see below for more details about this work mode. Location: 2 Copper Road Brampton, ON Hours of work: 35 Hours per week; Monday to Friday Who we are: The Transportation team constructs, operates, plans and maintains a multi-modal network of assets such as roadways, bridges, sidewalks and multi-use trails, stormwater infrastructure, street-lighting, traffic signals, noise and retaining walls, signs, safety barriers and street trees. We drive from our strengths, flexibility and responsiveness to the changing needs of Peel.  It’s where our commitment to creating a Community for Life meets the road for our residents, businesses and travelers. Reports to: Manager, Roads Operations & MaintenanceTeam Structure: Non Union, Technical Specialists (Head-count 6) What you will do in this role:  - Supervise a team to coordinate the asset maintenance and long-term state of good repair maintenance programs encompassing all road and stormwater assets of the Transportation Division which includes undertaking asset inspection and asset monitoring, quality assurance inspections of contracted services, data analysis and prioritizing of minor asset repair needs.- Coaches, mentors and assists the team including completion of performance management plans, hiring, career development, and addressing performance related issues.- Provide input for the development of future preventative maintenance plans, capital and operating budget (up to $10 million annually) considering future needs and in consultation with other internal and external stakeholders, using risk assessment and other tools.  - Maintain and administer the Road Maintenance Level of Service Standards including participation in the development and road design review process- Supervises the delivery of asset inspection and asset monitoring programs and analysis of collected deficiency data outputs to identify and prioritise minor/major repairs of the Region’s Road and Stormwater assets- Provides data for minor repair and preventative maintenance needs to the Planner/Schedulers for scheduling, resource allocation and execution of field works by front-line staff and/or contracted services.- Provides major repair and condition data to Infrastructure Programming section for the purpose of developing the Transportation long-term state of good repair capital program and budget- Identifies resources/stakeholders and assembles and leads project teams from internal support, internal stakeholders, and external consultants or services, develops technical terms of reference/specifications, identifies scope and deliverables of projects for including in tender documents.- Ensures asset maintenance projects are monitored and completed using best practice and existing management methodology- Builds sustainable relationships with internal/external stakeholders to collaborate on all aspects of infrastructure coordination and planning and with external utilities (telephone, gas, hydro, roads, etc) What the role requires:- Position requires university/college degree or diploma in Civil Engineering or Civil Engineering Technology - 5 years of relevant and related job experience. - 3 years of supervisory/leadership experience- Strong technical knowledge of the principles and practices of road maintenance management including  asset management practices and environmental permitting requirements for road assets and stormwater systems, condition assessment and asset management approaches; construction contract procurement and administration- Financial aptitude and understanding of business/financial analyses for assets, deliverables and management of consultants- Able to interpret and understand technical data related to project preliminary design, infrastructure conditions, asset life cycle.- Combination of education and experience may be consideredSkills/Abilities: - Strong motivational and leadership skills are required along with strong work planning, prioritizing and administrative skills.- strong communication (verbal and written) to present project recommendations to senior management.- strong problem solving skills to evaluate stakeholder input with technical feasibility and develop appropriate and cost effective solutions- Effective use of Computer programs including Excel, Word, Power-Point and database applications. - Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through continuous development, modeling inclusive behaviors, and proactively managing biasNice to have:  - Professional Engineering (P.Eng) in Ontario Designation- PMP Designation Perks @ Peel and why you will love working for us:- Comprehensive Health, Dental, Vision benefit plan including psychological health (effective start date)- Automatic enrolment into OMERS pension plan- Accrue Vacation on a monthly basis - 3 Paid personal days and floating holidays - Flexible hours supporting your wellness and wellbeing- Annual performance review and merit increases based on performance- Supportive leadership and a culture of respect and inclusion - Access to tuition reimbursement and learning and development resources Work Mode & Job Location: Hybrid at 2 Copper Road, Brampton, ON In this role you will have the ability to work remotely and attend on-site when required based on operational requirements at the 2 Copper Road, Brampton, ON worksite. The frequency of on-site activities may vary on a weekly basis and based on operational requirements. Your remote work location must be located within the province of Ontario.  The Region of Peel offers job based flexible hours of work that allows employees to manage personal and professional responsibilities while at the same time ensures business operational needs and customer service expectations are achieved.     Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.   Kindly ensure to regularly monitor your spam and junk email folders, as important communications regarding your application may be directed there.   If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line.  At Peel Region, we value being open and transparent with our community. Peel Region will not be dissolved. The Ontario government has updated legislation to recalibrate the scope of the Transition Board to seek recommendations on land use planning, water & wastewater, regional roads, and waste management. Peel remains committed to providing uninterrupted services to our residents and businesses through the review. Skilled and qualified professionals are and will be needed to deliver services to the Peel community regardless of the governance model. For information about our transition and how we continue delivering services, visit peelregion.ca/transition.  As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced COVID-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. 
System ID
2024-13563
Post Close Date
2/25/2024 11:59 PM
Remote
Yes
Posted Date 1 day ago(2/21/2024 12:15 PM)
Advisor, Logistics IntegrationHealth Services - Paramedic ServicesStatus: Contract Full Time, Duration: Up to 13 monthsSalary Range: $96,785 - $120,979 per annum, plus comprehensive benefitsWork mode: Hybrid* see below for more details about this work mode. Location: 1600 Bovaird Dr E, Brampton, ONHours of work: 35 hours per week Who we are:  Peel Regional Paramedic Services save lives and provide Peel’s residents and visitors with unsurpassed​​​​​​​pre-hospital care.  We dedicate our lives to providing expert, reliable pre-hospital and community care while ensuring the needs of our community are efficiently met. What you will do in this role:  - Performs complex and thorough analyses to identify cost reductions; develop and/or improve supply chain resilience; create recommendations for centralized distribution; and optimization of the logistics networks- In-depth review on feasibility studies, and perform partner assessments, identifying areas of improvement through business integration or consolidation- Explore opportunities for partnerships and vertical integration across all Region of Peel departments, especially in Health Logistics industry- Aid the shaping of financial budgets, driving cost reduction, and playing a pivotal role in advising and steering the $60 million annual budget impact within the Health Services logistics program- Provide recommendations through reports and data to senior management in Paramedics and Health Services Leadership Team- Collaborate cross-functionally in business planning to identify opportunities for centralizing corporate logistics activities within Paramedic Services and is accountable for the development and implementation of strategies or plans to integrate programs- Review Heath related Logistics activities with the Region and identify synergies, and areas of opportunity that can benefit from consolidation- Serve as the lead contact responsible for the business planning, development and implementation of strategies and plans for individual business unit integration, which may include:- Service program development and tactical plans- Change Management Strategies- Development of budget and staffing needs- Create service level agreements, business requirements, KPIs, and supporting metrics- Making decisions and ensuring plans and recommendations are implemented, monitored, and evaluated to ensure follow through and objectives are realized- Responsible for overseeing and advancing all phases (initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, and controlling and close-out) preparation of engagement and change management plans as assignedWhat the role requires: - Completed University degree in Business, Engineering or related field - Minimum of 5 years experience in process improvement and system integration- Combination of education and experience may be considered- Sound understanding of project management methodsSkills/Abilities: - Experienced leadership skills to work in a project environment - Polished understanding of applying organizational change management principles and methodologies- Strong knowledge in leading process improvement projects utilizing methods and tools such as Lean, Kaizen, Six Sigma- Demonstrated ability to influence without direct authority and superior skills to be able to negotiate and persuade stakeholders to achieve buy-in to shared vison.- Sound data analytics, problem solutioning, and research capabilities to make sound decisions to drive service improvements- Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through continuous development, modeling inclusive behaviors, and proactively managing biasPerks @ Peel and why you will love working for us: - Comprehensive Health, Dental, Vision benefit plan including psychological health (effective start date)- Automatic enrolment into OMERS pension plan - Accrue Vacation on a monthly basis- Flexible hours supporting your wellness and wellbeing - Supportive leadership and a culture of respect and inclusion Work Mode & Job Location: In this role you will have the ability to work remotely and attend on-site when required based on operational requirements at the Fernforest Paramedic Station - 1600 Bovaird Dr E, Brampton, ON worksite. The frequency of on-site activities may vary on a weekly basis and based on operational requirements. Your remote work location must be located within the province of Ontario.  The Region of Peel offers job based flexible hours of work that allows employees to manage personal and professional responsibilities while at the same time ensures business operational needs and customer service expectations are achieved.     Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.   Kindly ensure to regularly monitor your spam and junk email folders, as important communications regarding your application may be directed there.   If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line.   As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced COVID-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. 
System ID
2024-13560
Post Close Date
3/3/2024 11:59 PM
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/12/2024 11:42 AM)
Senior Procurement Analyst Legislative Services – ProcurementStatus: 3 positions: Contract Full Time; 13 Month durationsSalary Range: $86,443 to $108,052 per annum plus comprehensive benefits Work Mode: Hybrid* see below for more details about this work mode. Location: 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton; travel to various Peel Region facilities as required Hours of Work: 35 hours per week The Senior Procurement Analyst will add value by providing procurement cycle support, manage the competitive and non-competitive purchasing methods and processes including those of a complex and specialized nature for designated clients and commodities, conduct market and product research studies, and provide vendor and project management support. The Senior Procurement Analyst will also be responsible for recommending improvements to procurement cycle processes, professional development and Procurement bylaw(s). What you will do in this role:- Purchase goods and services within assigned areas of responsibility and price or value thresholds, for the Region of Peel on a corporate, program and/or department basis- Provide analytical support and manage the various purchasing methods and processes on a range of proposal and bid solicitations including those which are complex and specialized, selecting the appropriate purchasing method, including the creation of documents, specifications, evaluation criteria, contract negotiations and recommending award on a variety of goods and services- Conduct studies related to standard practices and legislation, perform market research on a range of goods and services including major contracts and projects for client departments, program, or the Corporation as a whole, and provide expert advice on the findings- Provide advice and service to internal clients and external partners, serve on various committees and cooperatives related to Procurement- Liaise with clients and vendors, perform vendor evaluations, participate in procurement bylaw(s), policy practices and compliance initiatives- Develop recommendations for consideration within the following areas:  professional development, vendor management, policies, practices, procedures and systems- Represent corporate client department, program or business unit manager on matters related to the procurement program through scheduled meetings, outreach initiatives and partnerships with other departments and disposal processes and procedures- Facilitate site visits and vendor meetings in collaborative with program partners at various Region of Peel Locations (facilities, inclusive of Peel Police)- Provide vendor management support including sourcing, evaluation and resolution of supply performance or service problems- Provide guidance and support to clients on matters related to training and professional development, Procurement Procedures, the Procurement bylaw, and support.- Act as the Procurement Manager or the Procurement Supervisor in their absence.  - Provide guidance, coaching and direction to other employees in all aspects of the procurement cycle, allocate work and assign tasks What the role requires:- University degree or college diploma in one of the following: Business Administration, Engineering Technology, or other related discipline- 5 years’ experience as a Procurement Analyst- Proven background dealing with a variety of commodity purchases for both goods and services- Purchasing experience in specification writing and interpretation- Knowledge of contract law- An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be considered Skills/Abilities:- Proficient computer skills particularly using Microsoft Office and PeopleSoft Procurement module- Microsoft Office and PeopleSoft Procurement module.- Strong customer service, excellent interpersonal, communication, time management and analytical skills Nice to have:- CSCMP, NIGP-CPP or CPPB/CPPO certification- Public Sector experiencePerks @ Peel and why you will love working for us: - Comprehensive Health, Dental, Vision benefit plan including psychological health (effective start date) - Automatic enrolment into OMERS pension plan- Accrue Vacation on a monthly basis up to 3 weeks per annum - 3 Paid personal days and floating holidays - Flexible hours supporting your wellness and wellbeing - Annual performance review and merit increases based on performance - Supportive leadership and a culture of respect and inclusion - Access to tuition reimbursement and learning and development resources In this role you will have the ability to work remotely and attend on-site when required based on operational requirements at the 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton worksite. The frequency of on-site activities may vary on a weekly basis and based on operational requirements. Your remote work location must be located within the province of Ontario.  The Region of Peel offers job based flexible hours of work that allows employees to manage personal and professional responsibilities while at the same time ensures business operational needs and customer service expectations are achieved.     Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.   Kindly ensure to regularly monitor your spam and junk email folders, as important communications regarding your application may be directed there.   If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line.   As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced COVID-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. 
System ID
2024-13559
Post Close Date
2/26/2024 11:59 PM
Remote
Yes
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/8/2024 8:00 AM)
Technical Analyst, Traffic Engineering Public Works - Transportation(2) Regular Full Time Salary Range: $73,482 - $91,853 per annumWork Mode: Hybrid *see below for more details about this work mode. Location: 10 Peel Centre Drive, BramptonHours of Work: 35 hours per week  Reporting to the Supervisor of Traffic Engineering, the Technical Analyst is responsible for addressing and analyzing traffic engineering related concerns and requests, including but not limited to signage, pavement markings, traffic control devices and by-law related requests (speed limits, truck restrictions and prohibitions, turning restrictions etc...).  What you will do in this role:- Conduct a variety of traffic related studies; analyze data manually or through computer applications.- Respond either verbally or in writing to enquiries from Council and from the public relating to traffic operation matters.- Liaise with local and regional staff, the public, lawyers, enforcement authorities, contractors, consulting firms and politicians.- Observe the operation of traffic and traffic control devices and recommend changes in pavement marking, traffic control, signage etc. - Monitor, analyze and review traffic count data.- Assist in Regional Education and Outreach programs.- Review and provide comment on consultant engineering submissions.- Identify intersections which are to be included in the Capital Works Program.- Determine requirements for traffic and pedestrian control, signal phasing and timing.- Review functional plans to ensure necessary geometrics, signing and pavement marking requirements are met for capital projects.- Provide Traffic Engineering input into the Environmental Assessment (E.A) process, Master Plans and other planning initiatives. - Identify intersections which are to be included in the capital construction program.- Determine necessary lane configurations to improve overall traffic operations.- Co-ordinate traffic comments for Capital Projects and Planning projects.- Prepare the manual count and radar study programs, analyze data and recommend improvements.- Prepare specialized construction sign and detour layouts as required and recommend necessary revisions in the field.- Provide guidance and assistance to students.- Review posted speed limits and truck prohibitions.- Recommend the purchasing of new or updated equipment for the use of traffic studies.- Conduct research to improve processes and procedures.What the role requires:- Successful completion of a degree or diploma in Transportation/Civil Engineering Technology.- Minimum 3 to 5 years relevant and progressive experience related to the management of a Regional road system. - An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be considered.- Excellent communicator via written work and presentations.- Thorough knowledge and understanding of the HTA and other relevant legislation, Planning Act, ITE, OPSD, TAC, OTM, HCM, and other related design and engineering standards and manuals.- Experience using Synchro, Arcady, MS Office and TES Software.- Polished understanding of the Environmental Assessment (EA) process. - Extensive knowledge of design standards, related codes, regulations, tendering/contract process and contract administration. - Detailed knowledge of computerized traffic engineering applications and methodologies. - Valid G driver’s license (in good standing) and access to own transportation.   Skills/Abilities: - Background in urban and Regional planning would be an asset. - Demonstrated skills in project management and traffic development. - Polished skill set that includes negotiating, planning, public relations and problem solving.- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.- Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through continuous development, modeling inclusive behaviors, and proactively managing bias Perks @ Peel and why you will love working for us: - Comprehensive Health, Dental, Vision benefit plan including psychological health (effective start date) - Automatic enrolment into OMERS pension plan (where applicable) - Accrue Vacation on a monthly basis (where applicable) up to 3 weeks per annum - 3 Paid personal days and floating holidays (non-union) - Flexible hours supporting your wellness and wellbeing (non-union) - Annual performance review and merit increases based on performance (non-union/ where applicable) - Supportive leadership and a culture of respect and inclusion - Access to tuition reimbursement (where applicable) and learning and development resources Work Mode & Job Location: In this role you will have the ability to work remotely and attend on-site when required based on operational requirements at the 10 Peel Centre Dr, Brampton, ON worksite. The frequency of on-site activities may vary on a weekly basis and based on operational requirements. Your remote work location must be located within the province of Ontario.  Hours of Work: 35 hours per week Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.  If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line. Kindly ensure to regularly monitor your spam and junk email folders, as important communications regarding your application may be directed there.   At Peel Region, we value being open and transparent with our community. Peel Region will not be dissolved. The Ontario government has updated legislation to recalibrate the scope of the Transition Board to seek recommendations on land use planning, water & wastewater, regional roads, and waste management. Peel remains committed to providing uninterrupted services to our residents and businesses through the review. Skilled and qualified professionals are and will be needed to deliver services to the Peel community regardless of the governance model. For information about our transition and how we continue delivering services, visit peelregion.ca/transition.  As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced COVID-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. 
System ID
2024-13548
Post Close Date
2/23/2024 11:59 PM
Remote
Yes
Posted Date 1 month ago(1/23/2024 11:29 AM)
Senior Capital Acquisition Agent Legislative Services-RPAMStatus: Regular Full TimeSalary Range: $107,121-$133,902 per annum plus comprehensive benefitsWork mode: Hybrid* see below for more details about this work mode. Location: 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton Hours of work: 35 hours per week   Who we are: Real Estate provides innovative, effective and fiscally-responsible real estate solution for the Region of Peel. We offer a broad spectrum of services including acquisitions and disposal of land and buildings, leasing both as tenant and landlord, property valuations, municipal real estate inventory management and provision of real estate information. We are looking for a Senior Capital Acquisition Agent who will provide comprehensive real estate acquisition services necessary to acquire all property rights for complex individual capital infrastructure projects (roads, water and/or wastewater).  In addition, you will be responsible for the complete project deliverables as they relate to land acquisitions, large complex transactions and successfully delivering the project's land requirements on time and on budget.  You will provide guidance and mentorship to teammates by demonstrating technical expertise (legal, engineering, appraisal and negotiations) and you will directly support the Manager Capital Acquisitions on policy implementation and manage customer relationships with cross-functional project teams. What you will do in this role:  In this role you will lead the property acquisition program and provide comprehensive real estate acquisition advice necessary to acquire property rights for complex capital infrastructure projects (roads, water and/or wastewater) through a wide variety of property types such as: agricultural, residential, commercial, industrial and environmentally sensitive.- Leading the property acquisition program and complete individual negotiations for multiple complex capital infrastructure projects on various property types (commercial, industrial, residential, agricultural and environmentally sensitive)- Conducting planning of property acquisition including critical path analysis for property delivery, setting objectives, prioritizing and setting tasks, and preparing and monitoring land acquisition budgets for individual projects- Reviewing project status with client to ensure deadlines are met- Reviewing engineering designs drawings to determine property impacts - Participating in Environmental Assessment, detailed design, and construction stages of capital projects- Preparing complex appraisal reports for specific property requirements - Conducting appraisal procurement and review external appraisal reports - Negotiating and recommending appropriate compensation for complex land transactions to secure property rights necessary for client programs- Conducting in-depth investigation and extensive research for strategic feasibility and analysis, negotiate and recommend appropriate compensation settlement and implement recommended solutions- Recommending and direct expropriation proceedings according to applicable legislation and Regional policy- Documenting and completing land transactions to secure property rights necessary for client programs What the role requires: - University degree or college diploma in a related field (i.e., Geography, Urban Planning, Urban Affairs and Real Estate) - Membership of the Appraisal Institute of Canada and/or International Right of Way Association with an AACI and/or SRWA designation - A minimum of eight (8) years of municipal real estate experience preferably in capital project land acquisitions- Thorough knowledge of all applicable legislation related to capital projects, including Expropriation Acts, Municipal Act, and Environmental Assessment Act- Thorough knowledge of Registry Office/Land Title Office procedures, legal surveys and plans, and engineering procedures and plans as they relate to property rights and acquisitions- Thorough knowledge of general legal matters pertaining to transfer of real property- Combination of education and experience may be considered Skills/Abilities: - Strong project management skills, organizational abilities, time management skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced multi-project environment- Strong communication, negotiation and conflict resolution skills- Excellent computer skills with MS Office- Ability to apply knowledge of Registry Office/Land Title Office procedures, legal surveys and plans, and engineering procedures and plans as they relate to property rights and acquisitions- Ability to apply knowledge of general legal matters pertaining to transfer of real property- Ability to prepare comprehensive reports, develop creative solutions to complex problems and present recommendations regarding appraisal, settlement and expropriation- Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through continuous development, modeling inclusive behaviors, and proactively managing biasPerks @ Peel and why you will love working for us: - Comprehensive Health, Dental, Vision benefit plan including psychological health (effective start date)- Automatic enrolment into OMERS pension plan - Accrue Vacation on a monthly basis - 3 Paid personal days and floating holidays - Flexible hours supporting your wellness and wellbeing - Annual performance review and merit increases based on performance- Supportive leadership and a culture of respect and inclusion - Access to tuition reimbursement and learning and development resources In this role you will have the ability to work remotely and attend on-site when required based on operational requirements at the 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton worksite.  The frequency of on-site activities may vary on a weekly basis and based on operational requirements. Your remote work location must be located within the province of Ontario.   The Region of Peel offers job based flexible hours of work that allows employees to manage personal and professional responsibilities while at the same time ensures business operational needs and customer service expectations are achieved.     Interview: Our recruitment process will be completed with video conference technology.   Kindly ensure to regularly monitor your spam and junk email folders, as important communications regarding your application may be directed there.   If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply on-line.   As part of the Region’s ongoing commitment to health and safety, there are enhanced COVID-19 specific safety protocols and/or personal protective equipment requirements (e.g. masks, eye protection, etc.) in place to help protect health and safety. The additional requirements are determined based on the nature of the work being carried out. 
System ID
2024-13524
Post Close Date
2/26/2024 11:59 PM
Remote
Yes