Canada Lands Company (CLC) values the diversity of its employees and the unique perspectives they contribute to its various activities. In addition to maintaining a full commitment to Canada's Employment Equity Act, the company strives to treat every employee with fairness and respect, while offering opportunities for career development and personal growth. As a matter of course, CLC posts new employment positions internally for a set period and then promotes from within if possible. It then opens up the remaining job positions to external candidates.
If you would like your résumé to be held on file by Canada Lands Company for consideration as an external candidate for any future positions that may arise, please indicate your employment area(s) of interest and forward it to:
Attention: Human Resources Department
Canada Lands Company
1 University Avenue, Suite 1200
Toronto ON M5J 2P1
Position- (Full Time) - Location – Ottawa Office (Start date – January 2017)
The Administrative Assistant, Real Estate (Ottawa) provides administrative and program support to the staff in the Ottawa office, shared between Real Estate and Acquisitions. This role also acts as receptionist in the Ottawa office.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
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Canada Lands Company (Canada Lands) is a highly innovative real estate investor, developer and asset manager with projects across Canada. As a self-financed, arms length federal Crown Corporation, Canada Lands has a mandate to optimize financial and community value from surplus properties no longer required by the Government of Canada. While the Government of Canada maintains a shareholder relationship with Canada Lands, the company independently establishes its corporate strategy. Canada Lands acts as a master land developer and takes a unique consultative approach that endeavours to find common ground, where community aspirations, economic development and its commercial mandate can meet. Due the growth of their portfolio in Atlantic Canada, they are looking to add a Development Manager to their team in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Reporting to the Director, Real Estate you will manage land development projects from end to end to assist in delivering these projects within the constraints of the schedule, budget and scope. Your responsibilities will include developing project plans, estimating project costs, managing the contract tendering process and engaging external consultants, monitoring project schedules and budgets, managing project documentation, preparing and assessing change orders, and processing payment requests. Working closely with local residents and municipal officials you will manage the construction process from the planning stage through development approvals and site servicing. You will oversee the work of external multidisciplinary teams whose work will include environmental remediation within brownfield areas, building demolition, site preparation and the construction of streets and services.
You believe that the right kind of development can have a significant impact on a community. This philosophy, coupled with 5+ years of project management experience related to land servicing/development and a post-secondary degree or diploma in Engineering and/or Planning (or related experience) makes you an ideal candidate for the role. Your strong organizational skills will enable you to prioritize tasks and meet tight deadlines in this fast paced environment. And it is your demonstrated ability to build strong partnerships with a variety of stakeholders including contractors, community and government entities, and internal departments that will put you on the path to success.
By joining the team at CLC, you will be part of an organization that has built a strong, collegial culture, and whose land development projects address the needs of the surrounding communities while respecting the community values and local heritage. CLC offers you a unique opportunity to work on a diverse range of strategically located properties that will present you with variety of challenges and add to your professional development. Your performance will be recognized through both a competitive salary and incentive structure.
To express interest in this opportunity please apply online through the following link: http://jobs.meridiarecruitment.ca/Careers/11592/
For more information contact Katherine Risley, Senior Consultant at 902-424-1120 or Leah Nonamaker, Recruitment Specialist at 902-424-1104.
Program Instructor (Parc Downsview Park)
Casual contract until August 31, 2017.
Full time hours from April to June 2017.
The Program Instructor will be responsible for the implementation of Downsview Park’s sustainability based education programs, under the direction of the Education Supervisor.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
To express your interest in being considered for this position, please forward your resume in confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 8, 2017. We thank all applicants for participating in the selection process. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
Canada Lands Company CLC Limited is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, Canada Lands Company is proud to provide employment accommodation during the recruitment, selection and/or assessment processes. Should you require an accommodation, please inform us as soon as possible and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs.