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Project Designer / Land Development

As a Lead Designer with 10+ years of experience, you will be responsible for preliminary and detailed design of earthworks, storm sewer, wastewater and water, and road design for subdivision and site plan projects. Additional responsibilities will include liaising with clients, municipalities, and other agencies to secure approvals. 
Due to the seniority of this role the job incumbent will take part in directing, and mentoring junior staff.  
Responsibilities: 
Lead the design of private sector municipal servicing projects under the direction of one of our Project Managers. (I.e. residential subdivisions, industrial subdivisions, site plans etc.)
Actively participate in the design and provide direction to  the design team throughout the design process
Lead the preparation of Functional Servicing Plans
Train junior team members on the various facets of municipal infrastructure design
Co-ordinate the design with review/input from the various municipal/utility/approval agencies/stakeholders and assist the PM in obtaining all necessary approvals.
Desired Skills and Experience
Organized and detail oriented. 
Capable of producing high quality work under tight timelines. 
Strong interpersonal skills oral and written communication. 
Strong organization skills with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks. 
Capable of working both independently and in a team environment. 
Advanced computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

Professional Knowledge & Qualifications 
The following qualifications and experience are required: 
Civil design-related experience using AutoCAD and Civil3D.
P.Eng. designation preferred or a CET with appropriate industry experience.
10+ years of detailed design experience in the land development industry, preferably in the Greater Toronto Area.
High level of familiarity with various approval agencies, including design guidelines and standards (Local and Provincial).
High level of understanding of the planning process, the EA process, and the EC application process.
Well-developed communication skills, both oral and written.
Excellent organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills.
Creative and innovative thinker with sound technical aptitude and attention to detail.
Ability to establish effective working relationships with colleagues, associates, and clients.
Ability to effectively multi-task and work in fast paced, highly charged environment.
Expected to complete tasks accurately and efficiently with minimum supervision.


The Municipal Infrastructure Group is committed to employment equity and providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (‘AODA’). If you require accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify Human Resources at careers@tmig.ca.