Job Posting

Survey Division Manager

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Start Date: As soon as possible

Language: English
Minimum Education: Diploma
Positions Available: 1

NOC Group: Land Surveyors (2154)
NOC Job Title: Commissioned Land Surveyor
Expires in 36 days
Expires: 2022-01-01
Last Updated: 2021-09-29

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Job Number: 699040




Job Location(s)

556 North Nechako Road
12
Prince George, British Columbia
V2K 1A1, Canada
729 2nd Ave West
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
V8J 1H4, Canada
729 2nd Ave W
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
V8J 1H4, Canada

Job Description

The Opportunity:
Are you an experienced Leader who is ready for the challenges and rewards of team management?  We are seeking an exceptional individual with strong leadership capabilities to join the Prince Rupert survey team as Division Manager!  We are seeking an individual to lead a team of skilled professional and technical staff in a variety of survey projects. This is a fantastic opportunity for a self-starter with excellent technical proficiency, supervisory skills, business development, project management and client management capabilities.


While working collaboratively with other McElhanney branches in a strong team environment, the Division Manager will also be responsible for contributing to branch and regional strategic planning, controlling division budgets and scopes, as well as development of new and existing business, marketing of the branch’s services, and liaising with clients on project matters. 

 

What You’ll Be Doing:
As a seasoned professional, the Division Manager will work closely with the Branch Manager and project managers to achieve operation excellence, collaboration and resource sharing across the region and company. The successful candidate can rely on a very capable and established operational and support teams and a strong, cohesive, branch culture that incorporates and prioritizes our shared commitments to safety, project management excellence, and client satisfaction. The Division Manager empowers and develops their team and effectively contributes to our local community.

  • Lead division operations including management of business development, workload, staffing, equipment, safety, quality, and financial outcomes
  • Participate in technical and financial aspects of projects, participate in their execution as required
  • Contribute to the branch budget development and achieve financial KPI’s and targets
  • Achieve all other non-financial KPI’s
  • Supervise and mentor staff to assist with professional development and foster an engaged culture with strong technical capabilities
  • Conduct performance management and facilitate the development of employee learning plans.  Establish effective talent acquisition and retention plans 
  • Prepare and lead execution of branch strategic plans and budgets
  • Represent McElhanney to the external environment including clients, businesses, and professional associations to enhance McElhanney’s positive public profile
  • Nurture existing and develop new strategic relationships with key clients, agencies, and partners
  • Ensure the branch has the right people, in the right positions, doing the right things; aligned perfectly to fulfill our company purpose: ACE: Amaze our clients, Care for our communities, Empower our people

What You’ll Bring

  • Diploma or degree in Geomatics and 7+ years’ experience in consulting or management
  • Possession of a current British Columbia Land Surveyor (BCLS) Commission and current good standing with ABCLS, or an equivalent Canadian provincial land surveying commission with the ability to quickly obtain a BCLS commission will be an asset.
  • Demonstrated success in business development and fostering long-term client relationships
  • Substantial project management experience with demonstrated ability to deliver projects on time and budget
  • The ability to lead, develop, and motivate a team and work well in a team environment; prior supervisory or management experience is required
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills

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How to Apply

Expiring: Jan 01, 2022