Compensation: $72,724.97 - $83,014.85 annually
Application deadline: December 22, 2021
The Major Projects, Infrastructure and Properties Department is responsible for facilitating the installation of transportation infrastructure throughout British Columbia. It has the responsibility for integrated multi-modal transportation planning, providing the financing for the design and construction of major transportation projects, and developing partnerships with local governments and with the private sector for the provision of transportation infrastructure.
As the Land Project Manager, your responsibilities will include managing land improvement projects to gain significant enhancements in land value and/or land use, support high value licensing opportunities, and overseeing capital improvements to the managed assets of the BC Transportation Financing Authority. You will also be responsible for the marketing of surplus lands and the oversight of requests for proposal, and contracts for services, such as appraisals and environmental works, to support the marketing or maintenance of BC Transportation Financing Authority land.
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- Bachelor’s Degree in a related discipline (i.e., business, commerce, economics, planning, real estate, resource development or law) and 5 years of *related experience; OR,
- A diploma (i.e., business, commerce, economics, planning, real estate, resource development or law) in a related discipline plus 7 years of *related experience; OR,
- An equivalent combination of education and *related experience may be considered.
Related experience must include ALL of the following:
- Minimum of 3 years practical experience, in the public or private sector, dealing with real estate or property management issues; AND
- Experience developing strategic partnerships and working directly with a range of partners (local government, First Nations, private sector); AND
- Experience to manage a diversity of complex, multi-faceted projects simultaneously.