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Catterall & Wright has a long history in Saskatchewan, and we take pride in training and mentoring up and coming bright minds interested in a career in civil engineering.

Current Postings:

We are looking for a Human Resources Generalist and Office Manager to join our team on a full-time basis (40 hours) Monday and Friday. Should it be better suited for the right candidate, we would be open to flexibility with less than full-time hours (25+ hours). This could include shorter workdays, reduced workdays, split shifts, etc. We are also open to considering hybrid work arrangements with the majority of time in-office.

      

The Opportunity 

The Human Resources Generalist and Office Manager is responsible for providing various human resources and office management responsibilities to facilitate the efficient functioning of the office. 

 

Key Responsibilities

Human Resources

– Provide general support and implementation of human resources programs and services 
– Facilitate and coordinate the recruitment and selection process with Hiring Manager(s) including the preparation of job postings/advertisements, receiving and filing resumes, shortlisting candidates, scheduling interviews, reference checks, contract/offer packages, and preparing candidate correspondence, career fair presentations
– Coordinate activities throughout the employee lifecycle: new hire orientation, onboarding and offboarding  
– Coordinate and oversee the performance support system to drive high performance
– Participate in compensation survey, analyze data, make recommendations to Partners regarding the compensation framework. 
– Maintain Resource Management Tool and supporting forms to support Formal Supervisors with resource planning 
– Respond to general employee queries and provide support to supervisors in the interpretation and use of HR policies, processes and programs
– Provide advice to supervisors to resolve routine and moderately complex employee relations matters

Office Management

– Provide day-to-day oversight and feedback to the administrative assistant
– Provide support to ownership group to help achieve company goals & initiatives
– Liaise and maintain relationships with vendors, suppliers, consultants
– Oversee general office administration functions including document preparation, data entry, record/filing system management
– Coordinate day-to-day office management functions such as office security, parking stall assignment, workspace assignment, IT employee requirements. 
– Coordinate and facilitate event planning and related activities including employee social events, client events, etc.  
– Manage the development of marketing related materials: brochures, business cards, swag/team wear, promotions with administrative staff.
– Provide oversight to all organization websites and social media accounts with administrative staff and group managers. 
– Manage and coordinate sponsorship and promotional opportunities as directed.

What you have 

Education/Experience

– Must be authorised to work in Canada
– Bachelor’s degree in business, preferably with human resources focus
– Certified Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation considered an asset
– Minimum 5 years experience in office management and administration
– Minimum 2 years experience in human resources
– An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered

Skills/Abilities

– Proficiency and experience with Microsoft Office Suite
– Understanding of relevant legislation 
– Ability to deal with confidential information in a professional manner and understand the confidential nature of the position
– Thorough knowledge and proficiency of standard office equipment and procedures
– Understanding of personnel records management
– Excellent attention to detail, organizational and record-keeping skills
– Ability to work independently and take initiative
– Ability to prioritize often competing priorities
– Ability to make decisions and exercise good judgment on sensitive and confidential issues

About Catterall & Wright

Catterall & Wright is a locally owned partnership located in Saskatoon providing practical and reliable consulting services since 1965. We strive to provide courteous, personal service with unique and innovative solutions for all municipal infrastructure systems. We are dedicated to providing civil engineering services with our proficient technical expertise, design, field layout and observation during construction, contract administration and project management.  To say we have an amazing staff is an understatement.  We lean on each other, we learn from each other, and most of all we support each other.  That’s how we operate, and that’s Catterall & Wright!


We offer an excellent compensation package focusing on your health, wealth, career and life.


Check out our website for more information on who we are.


Application Process

Please submit a cover letter with salary expectations and resume outlining your skills, experience and interests no later than May 17, 2024 to resumes@cwce.ca


Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are looking for a Transportation Engineer to join our team full-time, Monday through Friday (40 hours per week). 

 

 

The Opportunity

 

The Transportation Engineer is responsible for providing civil engineering consulting for a variety of transportation-related projects, including planning, design, project management, contract administration, and budgeting.   

 

Key Responsibilities

– Design and manage projects of routine to moderate complexity including complete specification and project manuals for various transportation projects with support & direction from management and our Senior Transportation Engineer

– Coordinate collection of relevant data and information to conduct detailed traffic analysis using acceptable tools and standards with limited supervision 

– Prepare technical reports (ie: TIA’s) with limited supervision

– Instruct drafter in creating drawings, as required

– Provide technical advisory services for transportation projects within the Land group

– Prepare traffic impact studies and assessments, transportation master plans, corridor studies, multi-mode transportation, route selection studies, parking studies, and functional planning and design, traffic signalization planning and programming.

– Ensure internal project management documentation and databases (schedules, prices, client information, client contract, internal engineering budget, proposal scope, etc.) are maintained

– Act as or work with Project Manager by coordinating with stakeholders on project schedule, cost, deliverables/scope. Ensure these items are well understood and executed as planned

– Liaise with stakeholders to ensure completed work meets client expectations, jurisdiction standards and business unit standards. 

– Develop project budgets, verify contract expenditures, and prepare invoicing, ensuring all related documentation is complete and accurate.

– Build/retain existing client relationships and seek out new opportunities through communication, meetings and other networking opportunities

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What you have

 

Education/Experience

– Must be authorized to work in Canada

– Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Transportation Engineering

– A Professional engineer (P.Eng.) designation

– Minimum 5 years of related experience

– An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered

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Skills/Abilities

– Knowledge of transportation planning and design software

– Proficient in transportation planning/engineering

– Knowledge and experience in construction processes

– Knowledge of transportation planning best practices and current trends

– Familiar with the Transportation Association of Canada’s (TAC) design manual

– Knowledge of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Canada (MUTCDC)

– Ability to write technical reports

– Civil engineering principles, specifically in the municipal, transportation, water and/or earth work disciplines including general civil construction practices

– Proficient in project management and contract administration principles

– Knowledge of computer systems and the ability to work with a variety of software applications including file management applications and the Microsoft Office Suite

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About Catterall & Wright

 

Catterall & Wright is a locally owned partnership located in Saskatoon providing practical and reliable consulting services since 1965. We strive to provide courteous, personal service with unique and innovative solutions for all municipal infrastructure systems. We are dedicated to providing civil engineering services with our proficient technical expertise, design, field layout and observation during construction, contract administration and project management.  To say we have an amazing staff is an understatement.  We lean on each other, we learn from each other, and most of all we support each other.  That’s how we operate and that’s Catterall & Wright!

 

We offer an excellent compensation package with a focus on your health, wealth, career and life.

 

Check out our website for more information on who we are.

 

 

Application Process

 

Please submit a cover letter and your resume outlining your skills, experience and interests no later than May 29, 2024 to resumes@cwce.ca. 

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. 

We are looking for a Survey Technologist to join our team full-time, Monday through Friday (40 hours per week). 


The Opportunity 

The Survey Technologist is responsible for conducting topographic, construction, and as-built field surveys for a variety of civil related projects including land development, municipal engineering and building construction projects.


Key Responsibilities

– Collect and assist with topographic survey information using GPS, total station or drone technology

– Provide and assist with construction layout surveys for water, sewer, roadways and earth moving projects as required using GPS, rod & level or total station

– Maintain complete and accurate field notes for survey projects.

– Assist with processing survey data using appropriate control files and coordinate systems

– Complete site inspection and survey reports daily or as required for each specific project

– Assist with site inspections to ensure contractors are constructing works in accordance with design plans and specifications

– Track construction quantities as support to contract administrator for progress payments, as required

– Collect as-built survey information

– Assist with decision-making process in large capital survey equipment purchases

– Assist as ground crew member for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle surveys. Pilot for the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, when required.

– Provide regular verbal project status and progress reports to project managers


Working Conditions

– Work is mainly in an outdoor environment with some office work

– Travel outside the city may be required 5% of the time with some overnight stays

– Ability to work outside in any weather conditions

– Lifting, hammering and walking long distances required daily

– Capable to lift or move up to 50 lbs regularly


What you have 

Education/Experience

– Must be authorized to work in Canada

– Certificate or diploma in the field of Geomatics, Civil Engineering, or other municipal type program 

– Minimum 1 year of related experience

– In the absence of a certificate or diploma, a minimum of 2 years of related experience is required

– Must have a valid drivers license and a reliable personal vehicle

Skills/Abilities

– Working knowledge of survey theory and calculations.

– Working knowledge of Civil 3D

– Working knowledge of GPS equipment and practices

– Working knowledge of construction surveying

– Read and understand project specifications and drawings

– Ability to understand and follow company document management and revision control processes

– Knowledge of computer systems and the ability to work with a variety of software applications including file management applications and the Microsoft Office Suite


About Catterall & Wright

Catterall & Wright is a locally owned partnership located in Saskatoon providing practical and reliable consulting services since 1965. We strive to provide courteous, personal service with unique and innovative solutions for all municipal infrastructure systems. We are dedicated to providing civil engineering services with our proficient technical expertise, design, field layout and observation during construction, contract administration and project management.  To say we have an amazing staff is an understatement.  We lean on each other, we learn from each other, and most of all we support each other.  That’s how we operate and that’s Catterall & Wright!


We offer an excellent compensation package with a focus on your health, wealth, career and life.

Check out our website for more information on who we are.


Application Process

Please submit a cover letter and your resume outlining your skills, experience and interests no later than June 19, 2024 to resumes@cwce.ca


Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Co-operative Education Program

We are happy to provide Saskatchewan Polytechnic students with paid work term placements. We have worked with students from the following programs: Civil, Geomatics, Water Resources, Engineering Design & Drafting, and Architectural & Interior Technology. The four to eight month placements allow students to integrate their classroom theory with full time employment experience. Some of the participants of this program are now full time permanent employees at our office.

 

For more information, please visit: Saskatchewan Polytechnic Cooperative Education

University of Saskatchewan

We also hire civil engineering students from the University of Saskatchewan for internships and summer positions to assist with field work and project design / management.

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