Current Opportunities

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Thank you for your interest in SCS Consulting Group Ltd. Your resume will be carefully reviewed and we will contact you should your skills and experience match our requirements.

Reporting to a Senior Project Manager, you will be a Project Manager / Engineer who is highly motivated and eager to learn the discipline of administering cost sharing for large development and infrastructure projects. Cost Sharing is a great opportunity to leverage existing land development skills and be involved with the legal & business aspects of the industry while maintaining a strong technical base.  We pride ourselves in being able to undertake detailed analysis of subdivision systems but with a constant eye on the big picture and how everything fits together.

The Intermediate Cost Sharing Engineer is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:

  • Work on and supervise the preparation of cost sharing schedules, cost sharing figures and engineers certification/release letters;
  • Assist with general civil engineering studies;
  • Liaise with clients and developer groups; and
  • Complete related tasks under the guidance of a more senior staff member.

Your qualifications must include (but are not limited to):

  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology Degree;
  • Excellent understanding of Excel and a working knowledge of AutoCAD;
  • Experience in the GTA development industry and approval process is required;
  • Previous experience in administration of Cost Sharing schedules is an asset however a solid understanding of the cost sharing process is required;
  • Strong knowledge of residential subdivisions; master & functional servicing studies; stormwater management plans, site grading and servicing plans is an asset;
  • Ability to work in a team environment providing direction and mentorship to junior staff; and
  • Must be self-motivated possessing strong interpersonal & communication skills; and have the ability to work independently & manage multiple projects / clients.

Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be a project designer with approximately 4 years related experience involved with various aspects of land development projects through both the design and construction phases. Your responsibilities will include preparing preliminary and final grading and servicing designs, cost estimates, project schedules, coordinating projects through the approvals process, liasing with contractors, sub-consultants, and clients.   The Intermediate Municipal Engineer is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:
  • Have a degree in Civil Engineering or Civil Technology
  • Have a thorough understanding of municipal and land development design;
  • Have a minimum of four (4) years of related experience;
  • Must have knowledge with residential subdivisions, master servicing plans, stormwater management plans, site grading and servicing plans;
  • Must be self-motivated possessing strong interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Able to work independently and manage multiple projects and clients is an asset;
  • Have a clear understanding of the development approval process in various GTA municipalities is an asset.
 
Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be a project designer with at least 5 years related experience involved with various aspects of land development projects through both the design and construction phases. Your responsibilities will include preparing preliminary and final grading and servicing designs, cost estimates, project schedules, coordinating projects through the approvals process, liaising with contractors, sub-consultants, and clients.

Qualifications:
  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology degree;
  • Must have comprehensive knowledge of Civil 3D 2016 – 2021;
  • The presence of strong interpersonal and communication skills is an asset;
  • Organizational abilities and a willingness to work in a team atmosphere is a must;
  • Must be willing to work with a detailed and flexible approach to work assignments;
  • Experience using Microsoft Office, other Windows based applications, and programming capabilities would be considered an asset; and
  • Municipal design experience is an asset.

Reporting to the Team Leader, you will be a Land Development Project Manager using your technical abilities to undertake the preparation of servicing and stormwater management related studies through the planning process as well as stormwater management designs for land development projects during the draft plan and detailed design processes.  You will provide technical leadership and supervisory duties to other designers/technicians.  Other responsibilities include:
  • Preparation of master and functional servicing studies in support of secondary plans, draft plans and site plans;
  • Undertaking detailed studies and modeling associated with stormwater management facilities, low impact development measures, creek crossings and floodplain mapping and modifications for all types of land development projects;
  • Writing reports and design briefs and pursuing approvals from agencies;
  • Liaising with clients, conservation authorities and federal, provincial, regional and municipal agencies to review their needs or address comments with respect to servicing and stormwater management aspects of development projects during draft plan and detailed design stages;
  • Ensuring that the projects’ schedule needs are met in a timely and effective manner and taking responsibility for the project budgets; and
  • Actively managing junior staff.
The Intermediate Land Development Engineer is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:
  • Being registered as a Professional Engineer or Civil Technologist in the Province of Ontario, or are eligible for registration;
  • Have a minimum of four (4) years of experience in servicing and stormwater management work related to land development engineering;
  • Have a thorough understanding of the agency requirements and approval process throughout the GTA during draft plan and detailed design project stages related to servicing and stormwater management design requirements;
  • Have strong working relationships with review agency staff and land development clients;
  • Possess a strong working knowledge of various software for the design of SWM and channel facilities (e.g. Visual OTTHYMO, PCSWMM, HEC-RAS etc.);
  • Ability to lead a multidisciplinary team of professionals to complete preliminary servicing and stormwater management studies and designs;
  • Ability to work in a team environment providing direction and mentorship to junior staff;
  • Must be self-motivated with excellent written and oral communication skills; and
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks while providing unparalleled service to clients

Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be a Project Engineer who is highly motivated and eager to learn the discipline of administering cost sharing for large infrastructure and development projects. Excellent skills in Excel and AutoCad will be an asset.

The Junior Cost Sharing Engineer is required to perform a range of duties including, but not limited to:
  • Prepare cost sharing schedules, cost sharing figures
  • Prepare engineers certification/release letters
  • Assist with general civil engineering studies
  • Liaise with clients and developer groups
  • Complete related tasks under the guidance of a more senior staff member

Your qualifications must include (but are not limited to):
  • Civil Engineering or Civil Technology Degree;
  • Solid understanding of excel and AutoCAD;
  • Previous experience in administration of Cost Sharing schedules is an asset;
  • Understanding of the development approval process is an asset;
  • Knowledge with residential subdivisions, master servicing plans, stormwater management plans, site grading and servicing plans is an asset;
  • Must be self-motivated possessing strong interpersonal and communication skills; and
  • Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects and clients is an asset.

SCS is looking for someone who is interested in pursuing a career in the Consulting Engineering Industry.  The candidate should be self-motivated, willing to learn, and demonstrate a high level of inter-personal and communication skills.   Further, a bright, enthusiastic individual is needed who can bring “outside the box” thinking to problem-solving discussions in finding solutions to meet client needs.  Ideal candidates should possess experience in construction, land development engineering and be familiar with municipal servicing and grading design, as it relates to new residential and commercial developments.

In addition to being familiar with The Rational Method, PCSWMM, Manning’s Equation, and Harmon’s Peaking Factor, extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and AutoCAD Civil 3D, would be an asset, although training will be provided.

Job Duties
Reporting to a Project Manager, you will be involved with various aspects of land development projects through both the detailed design and construction phases. Your responsibilities will include preparing preliminary and final grading designs, servicing designs, coordinating projects through the approvals process, liasing with contractors, sub-consultants, and clients.  Consideration of the earthworks balance will be key in developing the grading design, and sewer designs must ensure an optimum and efficient system is achieved.

Please send your cover letter and resume, with position title of interest, to:

[email protected]

Human Resources
SCS Consulting Group Ltd.
30 Centurian Drive, Suite 100
Markham, ON
L3R 8B8

Why SCS?

SCS is a company that believes in building long lasting relationships with our clients, community partners, employees and their families. We are a preferred employer where we work as hard as we play and always celebrate as a team!  We frequently host companywide events, participate in community and industry events and our multiple sports teams encourage a healthy lifestyle, good fun and friendly competition between co-workers.

We encourage employees to be part of the communities that they live and work in. SCS contributes to a variety of community-based charities.

We believe our fundamental strength lies within our staff. Our employees are the engine of our company and are empowered and encouraged to take ownership of their projects. Staff are rewarded with challenging work, a focus on job satisfaction and the opportunity for career advancement. We offer competitive salaries and health benefits, as well as a wellness allowance.

Thank you for your interest in SCS Consulting Group Ltd.  Your resume will be carefully reviewed and we will contact you should your skills and experience match our requirements

Training

Professional development is an integral part of our culture at SCS. We encourage our Staff to participate in regularly scheduled lunch and learns, and continue to look for opportunities to enhance our Staff’s skills. 

Business Leadership

SCS’s senior staff have attended monthly Crestcom International Business and Leadership Training sessions. This project management training program allows leaders to grow their skills, exchange ideas and share what is working.

Lunch & Learn

With technology and engineering processes constantly changing everyday, we collaborate with our associates in the industry by hosting lunch and learns at our office. Staff participate and learn about changing standards, cutting edge development practices and products. SCS considers this a high priority for all staff to increase their industry knowledge.

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