Operations Manager

Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation - Port Perry, ON (il y a 30+ jours)

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MISSISSAUGAS OF SCUGOG ISLAND FIRST NATION

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Operations Manager

POSITION: Operations Manager

POSTING DATE: March 17/2020

ANTICIPATED START DATE: As Soon As Possible

REPORTS TO: First Nation Manager

HOURS OF WORK:

Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Some flexibility required to work evenings and weekends to meet community and emergency needs, per the Lieu Time and Hours of Work Policies.

DUTIES:

Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations, programs and staff related to Construction, Housing, Water/Wastewater and Building and Grounds Maintenance departments (including emergency after-hours services), including all related facilities and equipment. This position provides direct supervision to the Water/Wastewater team, Construction Site Supervisor, Overall Responsible Operator, Housing Coordinator and Building and Grounds Maintenance Supervisor and Administrative Assistant to the Operations Manager.

DAILY

  • Manage day to day activities of operations staff and ensure adherence to program and HR policies and procedures
  • Provide training and coaching for operations staff in the completion of their tasks and working towards departmental objectives
  • Train and encourage staff to learn new tasks and take responsibility and accountability
  • Foster, encourage and promote staff teamwork and effective communication
  • Document employee issues and concerns
  • Provide supervision, direction, coaching, counseling, evaluation and support to Public Works Managers and Supervisors, Program Providers, Service Providers and contract employees
  • Oversee management of contractors, service providers and sub-trades for the provision of Public Works supplies and services and manage related issues
  • Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate operations policies and services such as signage, cleaning, gas services, maintenance, parking, safety inspections, security, landscaping, snow removal, construction projects and water/wastewater treatment
  • Develop, direct and oversee the preventative maintenance programs, installation, maintenance and repair of infrastructures including machinery, equipment, electrical and mechanical systems
  • Oversee the purchase of operations supplies and equipment
  • Oversee the preparation of progress reports and issue progress schedules to MSIFN members, Council, Contractors and Service Providers
  • Assist direct reports when requested and/or required with performance management of their staff
  • Monitor and affect regular staff attendance in areas of responsibility
  • Monitor the implementation and reporting procedures of programs
  • Oversee, direct and evaluate programs and oversee budgets in cooperation with Managers, supervisors and program and service providers
  • Provide policy support and policy directives to direct reports
  • Ensure Health & Safety compliance for all Public Works employees/contractors/visitors and Chair Workplace Health and Safety Committee
  • Responsible for approving daily routine administrative procedures for direct reports (i.e.: timesheets, Leave of Absence Requests, Purchase Orders, invoices, etc.) and monitoring time off

WEEKLY

  • Act as a liaison and public relations officer in matters of operations
  • Direct the development and implementation of Public Works goals, objectives, policies and procedures of the MSIFN and work with staff to implement decisions of Council
  • Oversee Public Works funding agreements and contracts
  • Ensure new construction for code compliance, renovation improvements, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) programs, such as RRAP and Section 95
  • Research and provide advice on new technology and methods of construction and capacity development
  • Liaise with Overall Responsible Operator to monitor, troubleshoot and report to Council on all wastewater treatment plant/OCWA technical bulletins and water/waste water treatment results and make recommendations to Council as to how the MSIFN can make improvements to water/waste water quality (Wastewater Treatment Plant is currently operated by a 3rd. party operator)
  • Act as a liaison with the WWTP Operator, and oversee the project management of MSIFN Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant from the perspective of developing and maintaining the interests of the MSIFN

MONTHLY

  • Liaise with the IT Administrator regarding Wastewater Treatment Plant security system, camera system and internet issues
  • Attend Steering Committee, Wastewater Treatment Plant and other meetings as required
  • Conduct monthly Public Works staff meetings/information sessions
  • Attend Monthly Water/Wastewater meetings and oversee necessary follow-up
  • Liaise with Finance Manager and service providers to ensure Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant and other financial and reporting requirements are met.
  • Ensure submission of program work plans, reports, funding agreements and statistics
  • Attend and engage fulsomely in monthly Management Committee and Council Meetings

ANNUALLY

  • Assist designated staff in setting and achieving professional development goals
  • Ensure completion of probationary and annual performance appraisals for operations staff as defined in policy
  • Accompany Health & Safety Committee on annual inspection of operations buildings
  • Prepare and manage operations budget in consultation with direct reports
  • Manage Capital Assets Inventory System including all reporting requirements
  • Manage Capital Assets Management System including all reporting requirements in consultation with the Ogemawahj Tribal Council
  • Oversee MSIFN Housing Policy
  • Review and Prepare Environmental Screening Reports (ESR)
  • Develop, manage and oversee the overall assets of the MSIFN and develop a maintenance management program

AS REQUIRED

  • Monitor the performance of designated Public Works staff
  • Liaise with MSIFN members/public on Public Works issues; assist with troubleshooting problems
  • Participate in interviewing, hiring, orientation and training of senior Public Works staff
  • Participate on internal and external committees as approved by Council
  • Special projects assigned tasks and additional regular duties as required by Council
  • IC3 Computer Certification, Health and Safety Certification required within the first year of employment
  • Involve relevant departmental staff in Operations issues as required.

PAY RANGE:

$52.79/hr. - $60.59/hr. ($96,077.80- $110,273.80/yr. based on a 35-hour work week). Lieu Time Policy applies to additional hours beyond 35 hours per week.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Completion of University degree in project management, electrical, civil or mechanical engineering, or in a discipline related to construction, facility operation and/or maintenance plus a minimum five years related senior management work experience and 10 years total work experience
  • Valid driver’s license and $1M liability insurance
  • Demonstrated knowledge of federal and provincial legislation governing First Nations, including Health and Safety Legislation
  • Initiative and ability to work independently to meet deadlines
  • Ability to analyze problems, recommend and implement solutions
  • Good interpersonal skills to communicate with First Nation residents
  • Project Management knowledge and experience
  • Knowledge of Aboriginal Water and Wastewater Association of Ontario (AWWAO)
  • Knowledge of Fuel Systems Management Circuit Rider Program
  • Sound knowledge of MS Office Programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Microsoft Project
  • Demonstrated advanced written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated people management and conflict management skills
  • Business negotiation skills
  • Budget development and analysis skills
  • Advanced planning and organizational skills

Considered an asset:

  • Professional engineering status, construction trade certification
  • Health and Safety Certification
  • Knowledge and understanding of Native culture, traditions, teachings, community dynamics
  • Water and Wastewater Operator Certification and experience
  • Project Management Certification

Preferred experience:

  • Management experience in Facilities/Grounds Operations or Maintenance, Construction, Housing and Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Project Management Experience
  • Work experience with a First Nation or Aboriginal Organization

DEADLINE: Posting Will Remain Open Until Position is Filled

Those who miss the deadline may qualify to apply during the next stage if the position is not filled.

The MSIFN is committed to employment equity. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Aboriginal applicants will be given priority. Qualified candidates who self-identify as “Aboriginal” as defined in the MSIFN Recruitment Policy, will be given preferential consideration for any position.

"An Equal Opportunity Employer"

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Experience:

  • operations management: 5 years (Required)

Education:

  • Bachelor's Degree (Required)