Wednesday, October 29, 2014

City's Engineering Department set to grow

The City of Prince Rupert is about to expand some of the oversight on engineering matters, with the posting of Employment Opportunities in the Engineering Department.

While the City may be facing some tough times when it comes to the financial challenges, the need to fill civic positions seemingly  doesn't go away.

Towards that requirement, the City has posted the Help Wanted sign for two full time positions for Engineering Technologists, with a deadline for applications of November 14th.

Among some of the many duties of the position for the successful candidates, will be the inspection of ongoing public infrastructure, assisting in contract administration and providing direction to a variety of developers, contractors and suppliers, to name but a few of the work related requirements.

Those making submissions for the available positions will be required to provide proof of all relevant certification, as well as to include three references with their resume.

Among the selling points for the positions available a salary of 30.16 per hour plus premiums and what are described as a great benefit package and pension plan.

The career opportunity is a union position and those hired on will be working under the CUPE Local 105 Collective Agreement.

More background on the two positions can be reviewed from the Career Section of the City website.

You can also learn more about the Qualifications required and scope of the work duties from this item on the Civic Info BC website.

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