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ARCHITECTURAL SUPERVISORCAPITAL DEVELOPMENT, ASSET MANAGEMENT AND RENEWALNon-Union Level 9 - $82,186 - $97,896 Hybrid work model: 80 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronto

The TCDSB offers comprehensive benefits and pension plan; generous vacation and additional days off; professional development opportunities. Our Vision

At the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB), we grow in knowledge, with justice and hope. The TCDSB is an inclusive Catholic learning community that nurtures faith development and academic excellence through the love of God, neighbor, and self. We fully engage students in learning that supports their academic, spiritual, socio-emotional, and physical growth and development. At Toronto Catholic, we have a long and distinguished history of providing excellence in Catholic education for the Toronto community. Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations, Our Catholic Values and the Boards Pastoral Plans are foundational to our exemplary approach to teaching and learning in the 21st Century.

The TCDSB is proud to be a significant part of the fabric of publicly funded Catholic education in the province of Ontario. We serve approximately 84,000 students in nearly 200 Catholic schools in the City of Toronto and represent close to 475,000 Catholic school supporters.

With a staff of 14,000, the Toronto Catholic is a dynamic school board and is seeking an Architectural Supervisor.

About the TCDSB Asset Management and Renewal Department

Our department is responsible for the stewardship of hundreds of millions of dollars of new Capital construction, designed to support student learning and promote student success. We work with students and families, teachers and staff, consultants, and contractors to provide safe, sustainable, and supportive environments for learning. The team is responsible for managing the design and construction of all new schools, building additions, childcare centres and outdoor learning spaces. We work to create responsive learning environments that engage and care for students and provide opportunities that inspire curiosity, reflection, collaboration, lifelong learning, and leadership.

Many of our staff are licensed members of the Ontario Association of Architects and support the OAAs role in promoting public appreciation of architecture and the allied arts and sciences, by promoting and improving public institutional architecture through the design of our schools. We work with some of Canadas most renowned architects, and we share our diverse experience in order to continually improve our built environments.

CRITERIA FOR AN INTERVIEW ARE AS FOLLOWS: Minimum of (3) three -year college diploma in architectural, engineering, building technology, or an equivalent combination of education and experience

Minimum of two (2) years of progressive experience in construction administration and/or project management in an architectural, engineering consulting or construction firm or institutional organization

Membership in the appropriate professional association would be an asset

Knowledge of relevant government regulation and codes including the Ontario Building Code and the Ontario Construction Act

Knowledge of the Municipal Planning and Development Process

Thorough understanding of a new building Project from inception, through design and construction, to close-out

Thorough knowledge of consultant and construction contracts and procurement procedures

Excellent knowledge of construction contract administration procedures including tendering policies and procedures, change order management, invoicing and prompt payment, financial reporting and tracking

Ability to work independently, self-directed and as part of a team

Excellent written, verbal communication and organizational skills

Strong analytical, negotiation and problem-solving skills

Proficiency with a range of current software programs and applications including MS Project and other business programs

Ability to work with multi-disciplinary groups including school communities or other groups, school administrators, senior staff, consultants and others in project/program delivery

Availability to work outside core office hours, as required MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting to and under the direction of the Sr. Manager of Project Resources, this position is responsible for the timely delivery of multiple capital projects / programs and other department initiatives. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Act as the Board representative on capital building projects; provide ongoing communication, coordinate and attend project management meetings with the users, project managers, consultants and authorities having jurisdiction, contractors and others that may be required to assist in the project delivery

Perform administrative duties related to Capital Development or School Renewal Projects including: prepare reports and studies; assess, monitor and manage project schedules; utilize internal management programs for the tracking and monitoring of project budget and payments; respond to requests for information internally and externally

Provide ongoing communications with all levels of the Board including school communities and administrators, senior staff, and other stakeholders

Develop and prepare detailed work scopes for external consultants and prepare and participate in evaluating prequalification submissions

Track and monitor project status including financial status and schedule

Review and provide direction on the development of contract documentation

Provide support in the development and updating of the TCDSBs school design and building component standards

Other duties as assigned or requiredNOTE: This position requires travelling to TCDSB sites on a regular basis. The incumbent must have access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario drivers license (eligibility for mileage reimbursement). Requires wearing of appropriate and current safety equipment (safety shoes, hard hat) for TCDSB construction sites. The position may require call-out beyond regular workday/week schedule due to emergencies, or necessity to participate in a rotating call-out schedule.


Diversity and Inclusion:

The TCDSB is committed to fostering a diverse workforce. We especially welcome applications from individuals who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, including but not limited to, those who are Indigenous, Black, 2SLGBTQ+, and racialized. You are invited to voluntarily indicate if you identify as such a person. This information will be kept confidential. Barrier-Free Recruitment and Selection

The TCDSB is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive organization. We are committed to providing barrier-free and accessible employment practices in compliance with Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Should you require code-protected accommodation through any stage of the recruitment process, please make them known when contacted and we will work with you to meet your needs. Disability-related accommodation during the application process is available upon request. Learn more about the TCDSB Fair Hiring Policies and Accommodation Process. Interested applicants are asked to submit a rsum and cover letter no later than

Tuesday, July 2, 2024.Applications are to be submitted online through ApplyToEducation. We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted