Search Jobs

Contract Opportunities

If you are an experienced professional wanting the flexibility to leverage your skills and knowledge into a diverse and rewarding assignment or someone who is not sure what industry or specialty you want to focus your career in, check out our contract assignments. We know contracting and can assist with setting yourself up as an independent contractor as well as provide insight into compliance and opportunity generation. If you want the control and advantage of self-directing your career then give contract work a try!

Permanent Opportunities

Deciding what you want to do for the next 3 to 5 years is an important decision. Add to that deciding who you want to work for without a real understanding of the culture and make-up of a new company can be daunting. At CTSNA we are interested in you. Not just how you will fit into a particular job, but what skills you want to leverage, or what you want to learn, do and become. By all means check out our permanent employment opportunities, but don’t be surprised if we ask about you before we tell you about the culture and expectations of the companies we represent.

Search a job :

17-145 - External Interface Coordinator

Category: Engineering Work Type: Contract Location:
External Interface Coordinator
Number of Vacancies: 1
Level: MP5
Project: Niagara Power Canal Rehabilitation
Duration: 3 years
Location: 2600 Stanley Avenue, Niagara Falls ON
Estimated Hours per week: 14-35 hours per week
Job Overview
1) coordinate permits and approvals - LRIA(Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act) application, fish relocation, and others as they are identified
2) Coordinate environment and background studies, including terrestrial and avian species at risk, fish, water quality and quantity, coordinate shadow
EA (Environmental Assessment)
3) Coordinate real estate issues, including land use agreements along the canal
4) Coordinate external stakeholder interfaces: NPC, NPCA, City of Niagara Falls, Region, MOECC, Hornblower, NYPA, Welland River Floodplain Association etc.
5) Coordinate the completion of a Public Safety Risk Assessment for the execution phase of the project
6) Develop an approach including consultation process, environmental impacts, etc. for the forestry work that will be required in and along the canal
7) Work with stakeholders to develop an approach to either repair, replace or eliminate the emergency services rescue area in the canal trapezoidal section
8) Develop and maintain a comprehensive interface management plan for external stakeholders in close collaboration with the project CRC (Corporate Relations
and Communications) Officer
Skill Set/Experience Required:
1) Effective working knowledge of the Niagara River hydrology including NRCC (Niagara River Control Centre Operations), including in depth knowledge of
the effects of NRCC operations on a) downstream stakeholders, b) upstream stakeholders, c) Welland River Stakeholders, d) New York Power Authority
2) Experience in the coordination and on-time delivery of studies to support project work and/or operations
3) Broad knowledge of OPG land ownership in Niagara including the agreements that are currently in place along the upper Niagara River, Welland River and the
Power Canal
4) General familiarity and established relationships and contacts with the following organizations: NPC, NPCA, Region of Niagara, City of Niagara Falls,
Welland River Floodplain Association, NYPA, Hornblower, MOECC
5) Strong working knowledge of the Public Safety concerns and past history of events for the Upper Niagara River and the Power Canal
6) Strong working knowledge of OPG's Public Safety governance and approach to managing this risk
Back to top