With your track record of accomplishments as a senior manager, this is your opportunity to join our leadership team in one of these two permanent, full-time positions in the Toronto Building Division.
Reporting to the Chief Building Official/Executive Director, you as the Director Building Deputy Chief Building Official will lead, direct and deliver the highest quality customer service, plan review and building inspection services of a District within Toronto Building, while securing compliance with building regulations and By-Laws.
Your extensive senior management experience in administering and enforcing complex legislation such as the Ontario Building Code Act, the Ontario Building Code and other related regulations and By-Laws, and in providing strategic direction and guidance to staff and other stakeholders will be paramount.
As an innovator in service delivery and a leader in transformation initiatives, including alternative service delivery models, you will utilize your extensive senior management experience, your strong leadership qualities and your well-developed people management skills to implement strategies addressing Divisional and City Council priorities as well as influencing the future direction of Toronto Building.
You will also lead and motivate a diverse workforce utilizing your comprehensive senior management expertise to foster effective teamwork, provide resolution to labour relations issues, encourage and inspire innovation in others, and promote and support an environment of continuous learning and development in order to establish a culture of public service excellence.
Your broad experience in developing, designing and implementing strategic functional policies and programs, in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, will be critical in creating a safe, healthy, sustainable and accessible-built environment while delivering excellent customer service.
Your experience, passion and drive in leading and contributing to continuous improvement by developing and implementing best practices, service delivery standards, and providing program management with strategic direction, tools and guidance will be crucial in driving operational efficiency and effectiveness.
Your highly developed human relation skills to balance diverse stakeholder and public interests, as well as your ability to build effective relationships with community groups, elected officials and other senior managers across the organization will prove invaluable, especially when it pertains to the construction of complex and/or community-sensitive projects and the resolution or mediation of contentious matters.
As a seasoned professional you have the ability to represent the Division and District regularly at Community Council and Standing Committee meetings, as well as on regional, provincial, and national committees, task forces and working groups as needed, to contribute to or lead a broad range of legislative and policy initiatives undertaken by the City and other levels of government.
Your background includes a post-secondary education in a professional discipline pertinent to the role such as, engineering, architecture, public administration, business management, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience. You are also either qualified, in the process of obtaining qualification, or able to complete and achieve qualification as a manager/supervisor of inspection as required and administered by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing in accordance with Section 22.214.171.124 of the Ontario Building Code.
Your keen interest and ability to support the Toronto Public Service values to ensure a culture that champions equity, diversity and respectful workplaces will round out your qualifications.