Branch Manager, Project Delivery

City of Vancouver is inviting applications from suitable candidates for the position of Branch Manager, Project Delivery. City of Vancouver stands out as a vibrant municipal body celebrated for its unwavering commitment to sustainability and inventive approaches. As a nexus for diverse communities, Vancouver City aspires to elevate the urban lifestyle through its forward-thinking policies. Prioritizing environmental conservation and social equity, it takes the lead in projects such as sustainable transportation, affordable housing, and programs promoting cultural diversity. Through active community engagement, fostering economic growth, and executing visionary urban planning, Vancouver City continues to flourish as a paradigmatic metropolis of the 21st century. The candidates selected for the vacancy will be required to start the work as soon as possible.

Job Description:

Employer Name: City of Vancouver
Position: Branch Manager, Project Delivery
No of Vacancies: 2
Salary: RNG-121: $130,021 to $171,092 Annually
Employment Type: Regular Full Time 
Business Unit/Department:
Engineering Services (1300)
Requisition ID: 
Affiliation: Senior Exempt


Languages: Candidates must have knowledge of the English Language
Education: Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering
Experience: Candidates should have minimum of 15 years of project and program management experience, demonstrating an increasing level of complexity in projects and teams

Physical Requirements:

  • The candidates should be familiar with operational procedures and quality management frameworks
  • The candidates should possess strong skills in team-building, motivation, conflict resolution, and the ability to inspire diverse teams
  • The candidates should have proficiency in managing, motivating, and evaluating team members and workload allocation
  • The candidates should have excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills and be effective in collaborating with and securing cooperation from individuals with diverse skill sets
  • The candidates should demonstrate strong research and analytical skills and innovative thinking, particularly in complex environments
  • The candidates should have proficiency in financial analysis, business case preparation, and evaluation
  • The candidates should be capable of evaluating options and providing sound recommendations
  • The candidates should have the ability to apply methodologies, processes, and standards to ensure the successful completion of projects
  • The candidates should have competence in managing scope, cost, schedule, and monitoring project risks
  • The candidates should be skilled in conflict resolution, consensus-building, and stakeholder engagement
  • The candidates should have the ability to guide change and facilitate adaptation, both for themselves and others
  • The candidates should have excellent organizational skills
  • The candidates should be representing the branch and City with credibility, confidentiality, and diplomacy
  • The candidates should possess the ability to impartially evaluate options and provide sound business advice

Other Requirements:

  • The candidates should have experience in successfully managing large, complex, high-risk, multi-year capital projects with budgets exceeding $5 million
  • The candidates should have a minimum of 8 years of experience in managing teams and diverse stakeholder groups on complex civil infrastructure projects is required
  • The candidates should have training in project management methodologies, with a preference for methodologies consistent with those provided by PMI (Project Management Institute)
  • The candidates should have a PMP (Project Management Professional) certification
  • The candidates should have a proven track record of developing and reporting on projects and programs
  • The candidates should demonstrate experience advising and working effectively with senior-level executive teams, boards of directors, and/or other governance bodies
  • The candidates should have experience in managing in a matrix environment


  • The candidates should be able to oversee strategic stakeholder management and communication
  • The candidates should be able to implement project management methodologies, standards, templates, tools, and processes department-wide
  • The candidates should be able to prepare and present reports to Engineering leadership, cross-departmental committees, and city Council
  • The candidates should be able to negotiate acceptable project resourcing levels with Directors and Branch Managers
  • The candidates should be able to provide professional project management advice to Department leadership and staff
  • The candidates should be able to direct consulting services, collaborating with Supply Chain Management as needed
  • The candidates should be able to collaborate with Branch Managers and Project Delivery staff to address significant project concerns or opportunities, providing risk mitigation recommendations
  • The candidates should be able to contribute expertise to developing standards, policies, best practices, and documentation for project management
  • The candidates should be able to manage portfolio-level budget oversight, consolidation, and review for complex projects
  • The candidates should be able to handle other duties/responsibilities as assigned

How to apply:

If the position is fit for you and the basic requirements are fulfilled then you can now apply directly to the employer (along with your resume) through the below-mentioned details.

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