Transportation Jobs

ADMN O 27R – Sr. Property Acquisition Coordinator – (101007)

The Senior Property Acquisition Coordinator is responsible for managing all property acquisition activities and delivery of property for complex land acquisition projects with multiple stakeholders, including high value projects with significant public visibility.  This position is responsible for resource budgeting, contract management, market valuations, procurement of legal land survey, appraisals and other consultant services, road closures, expropriation and related project management. This position leads, plans and manages property acquisition projects for fee simple properties, Crown land, gravel pits, statutory rights of ways, temporary licenses and easements, and land exchanges. The Senior Property Acquisition Coordinator works with considerable independence and demonstrates professional expertise, substantial initiative, wide discretionary judgement, and creativity in property acquisitions addressing a variety of issues, risks and contingencies, while engaging with tact and decorum. This position provides expert advice on land tenure issues in support of First Nations land transfer and exchanges, working closely with Indigenous Relations staff to provide advice on property issues that may impact sensitive negotiations.  The Senior Property Acquisition Coordinator assumes a leadership role within Regional and Provincial properties groups and supervises the work of employees as well as industry consultants. The Senior Property Acquisition Coordinator will act as a subject matter expert on initiatives related to provincial policy, programming and business planning.

BAND 2 – Performance Audit Analyst – (102045)

Do you want to be part of a challenging and rewarding work community?

The Office of the Auditor General of B.C. is an independent office of the legislature that contributes to excellence in effective and accountable government. We offer opportunities for career growth, excellent benefits, a comprehensive salary, remote and telework options, earned days off and flexible working hours.

Interested in growing your career? We offer a professional development fund to support your educational pursuits and reimburse annual professional dues. Other benefits offered to our employees include:

CLK ST 12R – Legal Assistant – (100665)

The Resource and Environment Unit provides legal advice and opinions for those government clients whose  programs provide for the protection, management of the environment, forests, natural resources, mines and minerals, energy, agriculture and food, water and wildlife, as well as escheats matters. Lawyers may also represent such clients before administrative tribunals.

LHSO 21R – Laboratory Scientist, Virology & Molecular Diagnostics – (100945)

The Plant and Animal Health Branch provides veterinary diagnostic laboratory and disease investigation services for the Province. The Animal Health Centre is the provincial veterinary diagnostic laboratory and, as a major part of the Plant and Animal Health Branch, has the mandate to provide diagnostic, monitoring, investigative, surveillance and regulatory programs for livestock, poultry and finfish production industries of British Columbia. The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being a part of an innovative, inclusive, and rewarding workplace.

SPO 24R – Navigator – (100705)

Services to Adults with Developmental Disabilities (STADD) is currently a regionally based program with a mandate to provide a one-government integrated transition planning model. STADD’s current mandate is to support youth and young adults ages 16-24 with intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and/or fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, who are eligible for CLBC as they transition to adulthood and/or across service systems.  

STO 27R – Senior Advisor, Indigenous Relations – CLOSING DATE EXTENDED – (100932)

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s Highway Department consists of approximately 1,050 staff in 30 communities throughout BC, working every day to ensure the safe, efficient and reliable operations of the highway network. The Highways Department is responsible for all aspects of the provincial highway system, including: Maintaining and Operating Highways, Highway Rehabilitation and Preservation, Highway Expansion and Upgrading, Emergency Response, Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement and Development Approvals and Permits.

LSO 4 DPE – Senior Concrete Materials Standards Engineer – (100361)

The Senior Concrete Materials Standards Engineer is responsible for leading, implementing, and maintaining the ministry’s concrete materials, quality control and quality assurance standards and specifications for highway structures and geotechnical systems. This position provides technical expertise and advice on concrete materials including mix designs, methods of construction, quality, testing, repair, inspection, and compliance with standards and specifications

CLK 09R – Team Assistant – (101400)

The Ministry of Children and Family Development promotes and develops the capacity of families and communities to care for and protect vulnerable children and youth and supports healthy child and family development to maximize the potential of every child in BC.  The Ministry is responsible for regional and province wide delivery of services and programs that support positive and healthy outcomes for children, youth and their families.

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