Website City of London
SERVICE AREA: Environment & Infrastructure
DIVISION: Parks and Forestry
CLOSE DATE: 23-Feb-2022
POSITION TYPE: Permanent – Full Time
EMPLOYEE GROUP: Management
Summary of Duties
Reporting to the designated Manager, the Supervisor II, Parks & Recreation Operations plans, develops, supervises, and co-ordinates various aspects and functions of the Division; supervises staff and carries out special projects.
Manage personnel, programs and engineering services in accordance with applicable legislation, guidelines, municipal policies, procedures and directives.
Supervise staff: conduct performance reviews, facilitate development and training opportunities, and make recommendations regarding hiring and promotion. Manage employee conduct and performance in accordance with Collective Agreement and legislation.
Train and direct staff to perform job duties; plan, schedule and assign work.
Promote and enforce compliance with health and safety legislation; provide additional training as required.
Implement effective site-based labour relations.
Monitor assigned budget and prepare related documentation and reports as required.
Evaluate operational performance and recommend changes to systems, procedures and methodologies to improve efficiencies.
Undertake special projects as assigned.
Represent management on committees as assigned.
Represent the Corporation in meetings and interactions with other government agencies and service providers.
Maintain practical awareness of relevant legislation. Investigate complaints, resolve problems, and maintain good public relations.
Act in various supervisory positions as required.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Successful completion of a three year Community College program in a related field or equivalent experience in a related field.
Five years of related experience in a public sector environment, including two years of experience in a managerial or supervisory capacity.
Horticulture experience and education is an asset for this position.
Certificate of Qualification as a Refrigeration Operator – Class B or Certified Ice Technician (CIT).
Certified Pool Operator or equivalent.
Current First Aid/CPR/AED Certificate or ability to obtain.
Class G Drivers Licence.
Skills and abilities in the following areas are necessary:
Required to work outside regular working hours, including standby assignments.
Successful experience leading and supervising staff and contractors.
Demonstrated knowledge and ability to apply relevant legislation and standards, especially the Occupational Health and Safety Act as required.
Ability to use related database and computer applications required for budget administration and data.
Compensation and Other Information
$84,889 to $110,855
This position is currently under review.
Our hiring process is in accordance with the City of London’s Mandatory Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Administrative Policy
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