Co-op/Student -Development Engineering At City of London
Location: London, Ontario
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Under the direction of Divisional staff:
reviews minor servicing and lot grading designs relating to development applications;
drafts comments for minor agreements such as site alteration agreements;
assists in the collection of servicing information to support preparation of consultation commentary for development applications which may include site visits;
reviews and updates files, maps, and databases relating to development applications;
surveys other municipalities to compare policies, processes and standards relating to development;
assists with research and preparation of new procedures and standards;
assists with the update of existing procedures, standards and data;
investigates new technology for use in the Division;
reorganizes and updates drawing storage system;
reviews and disposes of redundant files and drawings;
investigates new information and organizes current information for Divisional library and shared directory;
gathers and makes copies of plans (topographical, reference plans, etc.);
assists staff as needed.
Student must be enrolled full-time in a Civil Engineering Technology Co-op Diploma Program at a recognized college where this term of employment would e a viable Co-op placement OR at a recognized Canadian university specializing in Civil Engineering and returning to school full-time in September 2019.
Good organizational skills, self-disciplined, willing to work as an active participant in a team
Working knowledge Excel, Word and Power Point
Excellent writing and customer service skills
Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Outlook and Access would be an asset
Experience preparing and reading engineering drawings would be an asset
Valid G Drivers License preferred
$15.95 per hour
Plese note: This is a full-time temporary position from May to August 2019.
Please upload your transcripts with your application (under Documents Section) as well as two letters of reference.
Note: The successful candidate will be required to provide the following documentation prior to being hired:
Basic Criminal Record Search (completed within 6 months of application date) – please refer to the London Police website for information on obtaining this search: Police Records Check
Documentation confirming the applicant is enrolled in a recognized Community College program OR enrolled full-time at a recognized Canadian University speciailizing in environmental engineering or science and returning to school full-time in September 2019.