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Date de publication: 26 sep 2017
Date limite: 12 oct 2017
 
 
Supervisor Marine Services
 
Job Classification Title
SUPERVISOR MARINE SERVICES
Requisition #
2285472
Division
Parks, Forestry & Recreation
Section
Parks
Work Location
JACK LAYTON FERRY TERMINAL
Job Stream
Parks, Recreation & Forestry
Job Type
Permanent, Full-Time
Salary/Rate
$86,795.80 - $101,974.60 / Year
Hours of Work (bi-weekly)
80.00
Shift Information
Mon-Fri; 8hrs/day
Wage Grade
6.5
Affiliation
Non-Union
Job Code (PSG)
TM0748
Number of Positions Open
1
Posting Date
26-Sep-2017 
Expiry date
11-Oct-2017
 
 
Job Description:
 
Major Responsibilities:
Reporting to the General Supervisor of Waterfront Parks, the Supervisor, Marine Services, supervises the day-to-day management of the Toronto Island Ferry Service, including the Mainland Terminal and Island docks.
 
  • Supervise, motivate and train assigned staff, ensuring effective teamwork, high standards of work quality and organizational performance, continuous learning and encourage innovation in others.
  • Implement project plans under the direction of the Manager, Marine Services.
  • Ensure effective management of all staff in relation to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, Transport Canada Marine Regulations, Crewing Regulations and the Canada Shipping Act.
  • Prepare yearly work plans identifying requirements for labour, materials/supplies, training, and contracted services for consideration by the Manager, ensure timely delivery of same.
  • Prepare vessels for yearly inspections and five-year dry-dock inspections by Transport Canada, and Ship Safety personnel.
  • Direct and monitor staff through on-site assessments of related work practices to ensure practices conform to relevant policies and procedures, legislation and regulations, including health and safety, asset and risk management, labour relations and Collective Bargaining Agreement.
  • Recommend vacation and overtime requests for authorization. Monitor and evaluate staff performance, approve salary increments, hear grievances and recommend disciplinary action, when necessary.
  • Maintain communication with vessels to ensure awareness of current navigational conditions, review marine logs and record and take appropriate action.
  • Provide leadership and direction within the workplace, residential and commercial community. Resolve staffing conflicts and public complaints.
  • Coordinate on-site arrangements with charter operators and others involved in the charter of boats by private parties and provide crewing for same.
  • Co-ordinate the maintenance program required of all vessels and comply with standards established and regulated by Transport Canada. Maintain all facilities, vessels, equipment and machinery.
  • Co-ordinate the daily Ferry Operations and ensure consistency in the delivery of public service and adherence to established departure and arrival schedules.
  • Oversee the fare collection system and reconciliation of revenues and expenditures, including the daily deposits of all cash receipts.
  • Implement detailed plans and recommend policies/procedures regarding program specific requirements.
  • Investigate conflicts and complaints, and implement actions to successfully resolve issues.
  • Liaise with Transport Canada and report, as required, on matters pertaining to the condition of vessels, docks and public safety.
  • Prepare correspondence and report to various groups and divisions.
  • Represent the Division/Branch on project committees, and consults with senior management and local Councillors in the community, where necessary.
  • Liaise with Transport Canada and report, as required, on matters pertaining to the condition of vessels, docks and public safety.
  • Provide input into and administer assigned budget, ensuring that expenditures are controlled and maintained within approved budget limitations.
  • Act as a Supervisor under the definitions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and ensure that adequate training, safety equipment and safe work procedures are in place in order to develop a strong culture of Health and Safety and minimize any Health and Safety issues.
  • Ensure fiscal accountability for the collection of revenues for the Department and management of an established budget.
  • Represent the Division in National Conference, Canadian Marine Advisory Council, Toronto Marine Emergency Response Council, Transport Canada, Fisheries and Oceans, Transportation Safety Board and in Departmental task groups, and liaise with Harbourfront Council.
 
Key Qualifications:
 
  1. Considerable experience supervising or directing staff in an operations environment, including managing performance, motivating, training staff.
  2. Post-secondary education in a discipline related to the job functions, or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  3. Experience implementing project plans.
  4. Experience preparing yearly work plans (e.g., requirements for labour, materials/supplies, projects, training, and contracted services).
  5. Experience with marine passenger services.
  6. Proficiency in various competencies that include strong interpersonal, customer service, written, oral communication and conflict resolution skills.
  7. Knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Regulations, applicable Collective Agreements and related Labour Legislation, Marine Occupational Health and Safety (MOSH), Marine Transportation Security Act, and other relevant legislation.
  8. Well-developed interpersonal skills with the ability to professionally interact with all levels of the organization, general public and Council, when required.
  9. Ability to operate as a member of a management team and self-directed project based work team, work cooperatively with frontline staff, community groups, bargaining units and other divisions.
  10. Effective administrative, planning, human resources and financial management skills and proficient in the use of computer software applications.
  11. Required to work shifts, weekends, overtime and holidays.
  12. Experience with preparation of Transport Canada yearly and 5-year vessel inspections would be an asset.
  13. Marine Industry experience is an asset.
 
Work for the City you love
 
Toronto is Canada’s largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. Consistently ranked one of the world’s most livable cities, we are a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture. Join the award-winning Toronto Public Service as a Supervisor, Marine Services within our Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division.
 
How to Apply:
 
For more information on this and other opportunities with the City of Toronto, visit us online at www.toronto.ca/jobs. To apply online, submit your resume, quoting File #2285472, by October 11, 2017.
 
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