Job Postings

CNAM will post asset management related jobs.  All postings will be on the website for a period of two weeks (unless otherwise requested), as well as the CNAM LinkedIn and Twitter Accounts.  Where possible it will also be added to e-blasts should timing permit (separate e-blasts will not be created).

Currently, job postings are complimentary to CNAM members and $100 plus GST for non-members.  Please forward your short posting description (must provide a descriptive paragraph) and a PDF of the full job posting to Membership Services at  Please allow two full business days for postings to appear.

Current Job Postings

Position Title: Capital Asset and Risk Management Coordinator
City of Owen Sound, Owen Sound, ON
Job type: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: $69,325 – $84,544
Posting Date: December 6, 2019
Closing Date: December 20, 2019

The City of Owen Sound is seeking a dedicated professional to fill the full-time permanent role of
Capital Asset & Risk Management Coordinator. The Capital Asset and Risk Management Coordinator
leads the City’s Asset Management Plan and Program including developing and implementing
changes that provides direction for long range strategic capital planning and leads the City’s Risk
Management program including coordinating the insurance renewal, incident reporting, insurance
claims, and recommending risk management and mitigation strategies. More details…

Position Title: Adult Learning and Development Specialist
icInfrastructure, Kelowna, BC
Job type: Full-time, 18 Month contract
Starting: January/February 2020
Posting Date: November 8, 2019
Closing Date: January 10, 2020 (applications will be reviewed as they are received)

icInfrastructure is looking to hire an Adult Learning and Development Specialist to join our team to
help deliver an exciting consulting project for a national client. The project is to continue
development of a competency framework and an associated competency management program that
will provide municipalities across Canada with a clear overview of everything they need to develop
and hire effective ‘infrastructure asset management practitioners’. We are producing an industry
leading knowledge product that will benefit the thousands of communities across Canada that are
struggling to implement effective asset management and infrastructure planning practices. It will
help them with staff training and development, hiring to fill gaps in their organization, as well as
writing more appropriate job descriptions. The project is already approved by a number of national
associations and partners, including the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. More details…


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