About LEA Consulting Ltd.
We are a well-established highly successful engineering and planning consulting firm with offices in Markham, downtown Toronto and overseas.
Currently we are over 160 strong, and growing, vibrant and entrepreneurial. We are ecstatic about our business opportunities in Ontario and worldwide and are searching for an experienced Bridge Engineer who aspires to grow into a full fledged Department Manager in our Bridges and Structures Group over the next few years. Additional experience in transit projects is also welcome.
Your Challenge in this role will be to:
- Assist the Department Manager in managing resources, leading proposals, forecasting revenue and project billings,
- Act as Design Lead on structural projects- new bridges, underground transit stations, culverts and retaining walls and rehabilitation design of existing structures.
- Coordinate and supervise technicians, consultants and designers in contract drawing preparations
- Develop project specifications and cost estimates
- Actively participate in seminars, workshops, and professional affiliations to keep abreast of the latest industry trends.
Here’s What You Offer as the Best Fit Candidate
- Must possess Civil Engineering degree and P.Eng. designation; Masters degree preferred.
- 10 plus years progressive track record as a bridge design engineer or project engineer on bridge projects or underground subway/LRT station design.
- Expertise in steel reinforced concrete, and pre-stressed concrete design to CSA-S6 and CAN/CSA A23.3 essential.
- Strong analytical skills and creativity to develop concepts/options and complete evaluations to a criteria.
- Excellent communication and professional presentation skills to interact with senior level industry and government stakeholders;
- Well established professional relationships with TTC/Metrolinx and the Ministry of Transportation.
If you are a “best fit candidate” then let’s continue the conversation. Your professional experience and talents must be clearly addressed in relation to our key technical requirements.