CAREERS IN THE BUILDING INDUSTRY

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN

JOB DESCRIPTION

If you are looking to work with a dynamic and premier wildlife company look no further! We don’t require any previous experience and this career allows you to work in an outdoor environment. This industry is truly one of a kind in that it allows individuals who think outside the box to excel! The customer service aspect of it also allows you to meet interesting people and gives you an opportunity to help them solve their issue.

The individual(s) we are seeking is well-spoken, knows how to manage their time accordingly, is a go-getter and has the desire to strive for the top!

  • Outside the box thinker.
  • Has a true love for animals.
  • Knows how to communicate with people.
  • Has the ability to work with others or individually.
  • Be physically in shape.
  • No fear of heights or tight spaces.
  • Possess a perfect driving record.
  • Willing to perform a criminal background check.
  • High-school Diploma
  • Work alongside a senior technician to identify intrusion points.
  • Repair damages caused by wildlife species and secure entry points.
  • Identify and advise how other potential entry points should be addressed.
  • Have phenomenal customer service skills.
  • No fear of tight spaces or attics.
  • Have a general knowledge of power tools.
  • Work well with others.
  • Adhere to Raider Wildlife health and safety policies.

If you’ve gotten this far, we guess it’s safe to say this sounds like something you might be interested in! Send your resume over as we’re eagerly looking forward to meeting the next potential team member to join our fast-growing family!

  • Extended health care
  • Vision care
  • Dental care
  • Life insurance
  • Vacation
You have requested that Indeed ask candidates the following questions:
  • How many years of General Tools experience do you have?
  • How many years of Wildlife Proofing experience do you have?
  • Do you have the following licence or certification: G Drivers?
  • Do you have the following licence or certification: Working At Heights?

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $20.00 to $23.00 /hour

Send resume to careers@raiderwildlife.ca

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AVAILABLE

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE

JOB DESCRIPTION

New Horizon is a multi-award winning real estate development company that has been in business for over 25 years. We are committed to the design and build-out of new developments that benefit our communities and provide our clients with quality spaces and amenities to meet their current and evolving needs. As we continue to grow, we are seeking professional and diligent individuals to join our team. As the Development Associate, you will work closely with the development team on key tasks associated with our development portfolio. As your knowledge of our projects develops, you will be encouraged to take on an increasing ownership in fulfilling our projects across their various stages of development. This is a diverse role with opportunities for mentorship and growth within the New Horizon Development Group.

Minimum of 3 years of related project administration experience within a development or construction company environment. Ideal background includes some work in real estate, planning and development and knowledge of municipal review and approval processes

Ability to read and understand architectural and civil drawings, or a willingness to learn

Highly organized with attention to detail; including ability to proofread and edit materials

Ability to work independently, and as part of a team

Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat; experience with MicrosoftProject or other project management software is considered an asset

Possession of an active Driver’s License and access to a vehicle with all required business related transportation expenses to be reimbursed by NHDG

Provide tactical direction to the development team on various projects and assignments

Prepare development schedules and assist in the preparation of budgets

Coordinate, monitor, and manage consultants with assistance of Development Manager

Lead the preparation of applications and procurement of development approvals and permits

Organize and attend project meetings; manage and track consultant progress

Manage schedules, lead meetings, and provide clear reporting on overall project progress

Prepare and facilitate Requests for Proposals (RFPs) as required for project specific tasks

Maintain project files ensuring appropriate access and version control to all users

Oversee tracking of development agreements to safeguard fulfillment of according commitments

Liaise with accounting, insurance, and legal teams as necessary

Be able to anticipate issues and take a proactive approach to the role

Job Type: Full-time

 Location: Burlington, ON 

Please send your resume to info@nhdg.ca

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

JOB DESCRIPTION

 New Horizon is a multi-award-winning real estate development company that has been in business for over 25 years. We are committed to the design and build-out of new developments that benefit our communities and provide our clients with quality spaces and amenities to meet their current and evolving needs. As we continue to grow, we are seeking professional and diligent individuals to join our team. 

Our Director of Development will be instrumental in helping to cultivate and deliver on our next generation of mixed-use communities. This opportunity will appeal to a strong development leader who is looking to help influence, develop, and deliver a new high-rise development pipeline that will shape our future across our GGH operations. This role is ideally suited to a real estate development professional with a passion for mixed-use residential development sites and the challenges that such complicated sites, planning approvals, and land deals/partnerships can entail. The role will include a focus on entitlement activities for a range of urban projects, from stacked townhouse communities to large and complex multi-tower projects. 

We are looking for a well-rounded, project-management professional who brings existing consultant and municipal relationships and a track record of delivering on-time and value-added approvals for residentially-focused development projects. 

Professional Qualifications 

Experience in real estate, urban planning/geography, engineering, business/finance, architecture, landscape architecture, law, etc. An MBA or other advanced real estate education is an asset. Applicants without formal business education should be prepared to demonstrate finance and other business skills/experience gained “on the job.” 

10 years in residential/mixed-use real estate development, with progression into management of complex development projects and associated entitlement approvals. 

Experience in developing residential projects in the Greater Toronto and Golden Horseshoe Areas, being fluent in the local planning approval regulatory/policy framework, associated municipal processes and stakeholders, etc. 

Established relationships within the local real estate industry — particularly, consultants and municipal/community/other stakeholders — and an ability to build rapport with diverse group of people, particularly during challenging negotiations. 

Rigorous customer-focus with real empathy for our customers/building users and an emphasis on ensuring decisions are viewed through the perspective of our end customers, trades and clients. 

Strategic Execution to develop and drive project strategy and challenging the status quo to uncover new opportunities with a keen understanding of the numbers and the project’s financial position. 

Tenacious project management –the ability to prioritize multiple projects, relationships, tasks, and deadlines while always thinking ahead in respect to scheduling and resulting impacts on external and internal resources. 

Proficiency in communications, ethical negotiations, and the capacity to consistently and professionally balance the interests of all stakeholders (internal/external partners, investors, consultants, municipal & political members, suppliers, trades, and most importantly, our end users. 

Technical Qualifications 

A fluent understanding of the various technical disciplines involved in high-rise residential development, including the ability to review and comment on consultant deliverables, seeing and articulating both implications to a project from NHDG’s multi-faceted perspectives. 

Comprehension of complex regulatory policy documents and associated legal agreements, being able to quickly digest and share thoughts/guidance, direct analysis relevant to NHDG’s business, as well as formulate and execute nuanced responses. 

Ability to read and identify how drawings relate to various regulatory/technical standards, site statistics, user experience and intended offering, etc. 

A working level of numeracy and financial acumen, being able to understand how complex financial models and concepts may impact our proposed development objectives and vice versa. 

Passion and drive for continual improvement and accomplishment, developing industry-leading projects balanced with achieving NHDG’s schedule and budget objectives. 

Must be self-motivated, independent, and detail oriented. 

Concise writing and presentation skills are required. 

Proven track record of excelling within a team-oriented and collaborative environment 

Direct on a day-to-day basis multi-disciplinary consultant and joint venture partner project teams to secure favourable municipal approvals to enable sales launch and construction. 

Actively and continuously collaborate and communicate with various internal departments, ensuring that potential challenges or opportunities to plan, budget, schedule, and/or relationships are proactively identified, communicated, analyzed, and addressed. 

Proactively and positively engage with municipal and community stakeholders to advance the entitlement process, and lead efforts with various levels of government to influence policy direction. 

Prepare scheduling, budget, cash flows, and other financial reporting (including packages to joint venture partners) while using the project pro forma as a project management and decision tool. 

Provide input into acquisition opportunities, including local policy/approval context, consultant team engagement, and peer review of acquisition recommendations. 

Maintain and promote customer/user awareness, ensuring that the specific needs, desires, and aspirations of the ultimate customers/users are considered in decisions. 

Act as point of contact for joint venture partners, managing the accurate preparation and timely delivery of various reporting materials as well as the regular facilitation of partnership meetings. 

Mentor, lead and direct the work of development managers/analysts/coordinator, ensuring both the quality of their work as well as their on-going engagement and professional growth. 

Participate regularly in industry organizations and events, both to remain current on trends as well as to help develop NHDG’s industry urban brand presence. 

Job Type: Full-time

 Location: Burlington, ON 

Please send your resume to info@nhdg.ca

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