Project Manager - Community Development
The “Natural Place to live, work, play and invest”, the City of Pitt Meadows is a picturesque community of just over 18,000 residents, boasting a small town atmosphere with all the urban amenities, beautiful outdoor environment and a great quality of life, located just one hour east of downtown Vancouver.
Project Manager - Community DevelopmentWe are seeking a dynamic leader with outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills and a broad range of experience. Reporting to and supporting the Manager of Community Services this position is responsible for a variety of managerial, supervisory, technical leadership and administrative duties related to Community Services. The Project Manager will be responsible for managing and leading projects and programs related to planning, transportation and environmental protection.
In addition to the ability to provide leadership and technical input into the department, this position will require strong administrative and interpersonal skills, and embrace our vision of maintaining and enhancing Pitt Meadows’ unique and bright future. We are looking for someone with a transparent, team-oriented leadership style and a proven track record who will embrace this exciting new opportunity in our organization.
This position will provide the Manager and Director of Community Services, the CAO and Council with reports, professional advice and recommended courses of action on departmental issues, including analysis of issues, options available, advantages and disadvantages and policy issues associated with alternative Council actions. As well the Project Manager will liaise with and make presentations to the public, external agencies, community groups, advisory committees, Council and city staff related to Community Service issues and initiatives, and addresses issues, answer questions and provide feedback as required. The successful candidate will have graduated from University in Regional, Urban, Environmental, Transportation Planning or Landscape Architecture at the Masters level, with considerable related professional planning experience including 3-5 years of progressive supervisory and administrative experience OR an equivalent combination of training and experience. Eligibility for a MCIP designation with the Canadian Institute of Planners and a RPP designation with the Planning Institute of BC is preferred, or a similar professional designation.
The City offers a competitive and comprehensive remuneration and benefits package. This is an excellent opportunity to join a team dedicated to creating a vibrant, sustainable, complete and livable community.
For more information and a complete job description visit our website at www.pittmeadows.bc.ca
Closing date: Monday, February 25, 2019
We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.