WSA owns and operates 72 dams, 242 km of conveyance channels, pump stations and 283 hydrometric stations in the province. The dams range in size from large, like Gardiner Dam that forms Lake Diefenbaker, to small earth dams and in-stream weirs. This water infrastructure provides water supplies, recreation, and also mitigates the effects of flooding. You’ll be part of the team that drives the Infrastructure Asset Management Program to maximize the benefits of water infrastructure assets for the citizens of Saskatchewan.
You will co-develop, implement and maintain the Infrastructure Asset Management Program to ensure WSA are maximizing the value of water infrastructure assets while providing a required level of service in the most cost-effective manner. You will be involved with capital budgets and planning as well as operations & maintenance budgets and planning, life cycle costing, maintenance management programs, and many other aspects of infrastructure planning.
You will work among a diverse and passionate team of professionals, both internal and external to WSA, in the fields of engineering, engineering technology, water quality, ecology, law, sociology, public policy, that are leading this exciting challenge in our province.
The successful candidate shall possess a degree in Engineering, a licence to practice professional engineering from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) and 10 years of progressively more responsible and related experience.
Note: Candidates with the required education but lesser experience are encouraged to apply and will be considered for a Planning Engineer position.