Associate Vice President, Land Development 
We are looking for a professional to lead the Land Development team, in the role of an Associate Vice President. A successful candidate should have prior organizational leadership experience, be able to collaborate with Principals, Managers, and team members, and be a strategic problem-solver. In addition to the leadership abilities, a successful candidate should maintain existing and continue to build a network of clients and would lead and participate in business development initiatives planning, implementation and tracking, for the Urban Development group.

Duties and responsabilities

  • Build, manage and lead the Land Development discipline, developing, tracking, and implementing an annual business plan and multi-year strategy for growth. 
  • Ensures that decisions such as staffing, projects delivery, and business development are in line with the organizations business plan and vision.
  • Lead and participate in Business Development initiatives and operational growth for Land Development with a focus on the GTA and areas where company offices are located as well as other locations.
  • Liaise with existing and develop future clients, support major pursuits and proposals, and monitor budgets and schedules.
  • Manage tasks, team, schedules, budgets, cost control processes and project work procedures. Identify and manage project issues and risks and, if needed, enhance resolution or actions; collaborate with other offices and managers across Canada.
  • Technically support the design team and oversee projects / project performance.  
  • Prepare and/or review planning reports, design reports, technical specifications, and proposals.
  • Provide input to the development of engineering budgets and schedules to meet requirements.
  • Ensure projects meet the professional needs and Quality standards and participate in interdisciplinary review of project deliverables.
  • Supervise and mentor engineers, designers, and technologists.
  • Actively grow the group, recognize and mentor leaders and implement succession planning
  • Liaise with client, suppliers, regulatory agencies, utility companies and contractors; represent the company in professional associations and agencies.
  • Administrative duties as allocated including financial and staff management, staff development and mentoring.
  • Other related duties as assigned/required and appropriate to this position.


  • Must be licensed as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng) within the province of Ontario.
  • 20 years progressive industry experience in a similar role for Engineering Consulting firm.
  • Strong organization leadership skills.
  • Practical knowledge of construction sequencing and constructability.
  • Experienced in the review of complex construction staging and sequencing, including temporary works and commissioning.
  • Experienced in meeting timelines and budgets, proposal writing, client development and other skills appropriate to consulting.
  • Proven capabilities in writing reports and other technical documents.
  • Demonstrates superior oral and written English communication skills.
  • Possess a strong ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with staff and clients.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a collaborative, team environment.
  • Knowledge about the industry trends and best practices.
Work Location: Toronto

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