Salary $60,678.23 - $79,121.54
annually (hourly rate: $32.58 to $42.49), plus a 4.4%
Recruitment & Retention Adjustment.
The BC Public Service offers a
healthy work/life balance,
excellent benefits, including one of the best
pension plans available, and unlimited opportunities for
career learning and development.
An exciting, career building
opportunity for a skilled engineer with project management
primary purpose of the Engineering Branch is to provide a
safe, forest road network which balances industrial,
commercial and public use in a cost effective manner
reflecting the level of use and available funding while
minimizing impacts to the environment. The Engineering
Branch is responsible for the development, monitoring of,
and supports implementation of, the ministry forest
engineering program to ensure compliance with all relevant
Acts, Regulations, government policy, engineering standards,
agreements and operational plans.
As a Bridge Engineer, you
will lead the bridge inspection, maintenance, replacement
and construction program for a defined geographic area of
responsibility. This position ensures that bridges, roads
and other structures are cost effective and are designed,
built and maintained in compliance with relevant Acts,
Regulations, government policy, engineering standards and
agreements, including safety regulations.
Your broad-ranging expertise
is a valuable asset as you participate in, or lead local and
provincial project teams, resolving technical design and
other project issues. A collaborative approach is crucial to
this role as you successfully establish and maintain
productive working relationships with a wide variety of
contacts including industry, contractors, environmental
agencies, stakeholders and provincial and federal
professionals. A skilled communicator, you plan, prepare and
deliver effective presentations and training to diverse
internal and external groups.