C.C. Tatham & Associates - Consulting Engineers  


Who to Contact

Should you be interested in a
career with us, feel free to submit
your resume in confidence to:

Rex Meadley, P.Eng.
President & Chief Engineer
C. C. Tatham & Associates Ltd.
115 Sandford Fleming Drive, Suite 200
Collingwood, ON L9Y 5A6
p: 705-444-2565
f: 705-444-2327
e: hr@cctatham.com


Industrial Facility Renovation, Scarborough / Industrial Facility, Township of Springwater

Careers

Is the good life passing you by?  Do you return to the City after weekends and vacations with a tinge of resignation? Wouldn't it be great to find a fulfilling career in the heart of Ontario's vacationland, blessed with great schools, hospitals, recreational facilities and community events?

Even with morning and afternoon "rush hours" taken into account, most of our staff live within 15 minutes of the office.

As we continue to grow, we are always looking for new talent. We are widely regarded as a highly professional practice, operating in a remarkably congenial atmosphere. Not only that, we provide competitive salaries, merit-based profit-sharing, company share ownership opportunities, group benefits, and a company matching RRSP plan.


Why Come Work for C.C. Tatham & Associates

  • We are a relatively small firm continuously engaged in a diversity of project types and sizes. This presents the opportunity for staff to pursue their chosen specialty, or to work in a diversity of related specialty areas.
  • CCTA is the antithesis of very large, bureaucratic, monolithic, highly structured consulting firms. Virtually all our staff mix and mingle with the seniors on a daily basis, and an open door policy has been in place from day one, with the President and Vice-Presidents.
  • Mindful of the rewards from nurturing the development of strong young families, flexibility in the work place has been available from our beginnings. Healthy life styles are encouraged.
  • Merit-based profit sharing occurs annually in accordance with written policies which are both generous and transparent.
  • The Company is owned by its employees, and ownership opportunities are available from time to time to strong performers.


General Requirements

For candidates to be considered, you should have the following attributes:

  • superior technical skills in your respective discipline
  • excellent written and verbal skills
  • full understanding of relevant Federal and Provincial legislation, regulations and policies relevant to your area of practice 
  • solid knowledge of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (Schedule B and C type projects)
  • ability to manage multiple projects and work independently under minimal supervision
  • for senior positions, experience with project acquisition


Accommodation

C.C. Tatham & Associates Ltd. will provide reasonable accommodation to all applicants in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Please contact Human Resources (705) 444-2565 ext. 235 or email hr@cctatham.com if you need an accommodation to complete the recruiting process.


Current Openings

We currently have openings for the positions noted below. However, we are always looking to bolster our staff with dedicated and energetic individuals, so you are encouraged to submit your credentials for other engineering positions within our organization as well.

Municipal Engineering Technologist (Orillia)

We are seeking an experienced Municipal Engineering Technologist for our Orillia office. The successful applicant will be engaged in the design of municipal infrastructure and private servicing including storm and sanitary sewers, septic systems, storm water management systems, water mains, lot grading, roads and parking lots. Work will include collection of field data, analysis, preliminary and final design, cost estimates, applications for approvals and tender documents. Contract administration and construction inspection may also be assigned.

Key position requirements:

  • A diploma in Civil Engineering Technology
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in municipal consulting engineering would be an asset
  • Registered or eligible for registration with OACETT
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of engineering standards, guidelines and regulations
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and work independently under minimal supervision

Civil (Transportation) Engineer – Project Manager (Barrie)

We have an opening for an intermediate engineer–project manager in our Barrie office. The intermediate engineer is responsible for the planning, design and approval of transportation projects involving roads and intersections. There will also be opportunities for involvement with municipal infrastructure projects involving storm and sanitary sewers, watermain and stormwater management systems. Work assignments include: class environmental assessments, preparation of proposals, preliminary design, completion of final design and drawings including coordination of utilities and other engineering disciplines and sub-consultants.

Key position requirements:

  • P.Eng. in the Province of Ontario
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of intermediate transportation/municipal engineering experience
  • Thorough understanding of relevant legislation, guidelines and standards
  • Experience with Civil 3D in the preparation of alignments, profiles and corridors
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong computer skills with Microsoft Office
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

Construction Inspector (Collingwood)

We have an opening for a construction inspector in our Collingwood office. The construction inspector is responsible for inspection of the construction of roads and water and sewer systems to ensure compliance with design drawings, specifications and municipal/provincial standards. Work will also include liaison with contractors, preparing field inspection reports and assistance with contract administration duties including conducting site meetings and preparing meeting minutes.

Key position requirements:

  • Minimum of 2-5 years of relevant experience
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Demonstrated understanding and working knowledge of contract drawings, tender documents and design and construction standards
  • Field experience working around heavy equipment
  • Experience with working effectively in a highly motivated team atmosphere
  • Valid Ontario driver’s license and reliable transportation

Intermediate Water and Wastewater Engineer (Collingwood, Barrie or Orillia office)

We are seeking an experienced intermediate engineer for our environmental group responsible for the design of facilities for wastewater pumping and treatment, effluent disposal, water treatment, pumping and storage. Work assignments will include Class Environmental Assessments; feasibility studies and technical assessments; preliminary and final design and preparation of contract documents; cost estimates; consultation with MOECC and applications for approvals; construction contract administration and inspection. There is flexibility for this position to work out of the Collingwood, Barrie or Orillia office.

Key position requirements:

  • P.Eng. with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience with a consulting engineering firm.
  • Strong communication, organizational and time management skills.
  • Strong analytical, design and technical report writing skills.
  • Ability to work in a team structure and/or independently.
  • Familiarity with relevant Ontario legislation and regulations and MOECC policies and guidelines.
  • Experience in the assessment and design of on-site wastewater disposal systems.
  • Familiarity with Municipal Class EA for water and wastewater projects.
  • Project management experience would be an asset.

Civil Engineer - Project Manager (Collingwood and Barrie)

We have openings for intermediate engineers–project managers in our Collingwood and Barrie offices. The intermediate engineer is responsible for the planning, design and approval of municipal infrastructure and land development projects involving: roads, storm and sanitary sewers, watermain and stormwater management systems. Work assignments include: class environmental assessments, servicing studies, feasibility studies; water distribution and sewage collection analysis; conceptual design; preliminary design; completion of final design and drawings including coordination of utilities and other engineering disciplines and sub-consultants.

The intermediate engineer is responsible for providing technical direction and assisting the Branch Manager with business development. The intermediate engineer reports to the Branch Manager.

Key Position Requirements:

  • P.Eng. in the Province of Ontario
  • Minimum of five years of intermediate municipal engineering experience
  • Thorough understanding of relevant legislation, guidelines and standards
  • Demonstrated abilities as a team leader, responsible for managing and mentoring a team of support staff
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong computer skills with Microsoft Office
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

Municipal Engineering Technologist (Barrie and Bracebridge)

We are seeking an experienced Municipal Engineering Technologist for our Collingwood office.The successful applicant will be engaged in the design of municipal infrastructure including storm and sanitary sewers, storm water management systems, water mains, roads and parking lots. Work will include collection of field data, analysis, preliminary and final design, preparation of AutoCAD Civil 3D drawings and specifications, hydrologic and hydraulic models, and cost estimates. Construction inspection may also be assigned.

Key position requirements:

  • A diploma in Civil Engineering Technology
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in municipal consulting engineering would be an asset
  • Proficiency in Civil 3D and AutoCAD design software
  • Registered or eligible for registration with OACETT
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge of engineering standards, guidelines and regulations
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and work independently under minimal supervision

Intermediate/Senior CAD Designer (Collingwood)

We are seeking an experienced Intermediate/Senior CAD Designer for our Collingwood office. He or she will be responsible for the design and drafting of complex municipal and private water and wastewater infrastructure projects such as water treatment, pumping and storage facilities, and wastewater pumping, treatment and effluent disposal works, including multi-discipline design and drafting team coordination. An Intermediate/Senior CAD Designer will work independently or as part of a design team to produce cost-effective engineering designs and construction drawings that meet established requirements and standards. Work assignments may include preparation of technical specifications and construction cost estimates, shop drawing reviews, construction inspection and contract administration.

Key position requirements:

  • A Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology and registered, or eligible for registration, with OACETT
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in design and drafting of process piping and water and wastewater process equipment and facilities, using the latest version of AutoCAD
  • Experience in developing P&IDs, PFDs and process mechanical layouts
  • Experience with coordinating drawing production from a multi-discipline design team
  • Experience and proficiency with 3D design, building information modelling (BIM) and Plant 3D CAD would be an asset
  • Experience and proficiency with spreadsheets would be an asset
  • Familiarity with AWWA, ANSI, MOECC and OBC design guidelines and/or codes would be an asset
  • Experience in preparing technical specifications and technical reports would be an asset
  • Construction inspection and contract administration experience would be an asset
  • Must possess a mechanical aptitude and have a good understanding of civil/mechanical engineering fundamentals, design practices and drawing conventions
  • Excellent analytical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Excellent organization and time management skills
  • Committed team player with strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills