Civil Engineering (Municipal Infrastructure & Water Resources, Land Development, and Transit)

Civil Engineer/Project Manager - Land Development

Markham, ON, Canada
Posted: March 20 - 2024
What is the role?
LEA is seeking a Civil Engineer/Project Manager to join our esteemed team of Engineers and Senior Designers. In this role, you will play a vital role in ensuring the successful execution of high-quality projects, including Healthcare facilities, Hospitals, Educational and Industrial developments, as well as Residential/mixed-use subdivisions and site plans, collaborating with both public and private sector clients.

We provide a unique opportunity for professional growth by offering multifaceted learning experiences through job rotations and exposure to various fields and sectors within the Civil practice area. This exposure extends to projects related to the Municipal, Transit, Drainage, and Hydrology sectors, allowing you to broaden your expertise and contribute to a wide array of challenging endeavours.

This position represents an excellent opportunity for individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit to become part of a vibrant, employee-owned engineering consulting firm. We take pride in our history of delivering successful projects and maintaining financial stability. Join us in contributing to our continued success and make your mark in the world of civil engineering.
Why join LEA?
LEA is an employee-owned engineering consulting firm, with a history of 70 years. We provide engineering consulting services in the areas of Transportation, Civil, Structures, Construction Administration, Electrical and Infrastructure Systems, and Environmental Management.

In the Civil Practice Area at LEA, we provide preliminary and detailed design of civil services to land development, transit, municipal, water & MTO projects. we have contributed to many landmark projects in these sectors.

At LEA, we strive towards a common goal, which is self-realization and achieving the highest possible results. The company is owned by its employees and every effort counts.
Join LEA and discover your potential, because LEA:
  • Recruits high-performing, motivated individuals who strive to achieve the highest level of technical excellence and quality.
  • Is an Employee-owned company and almost half of our employees are shareholders.
  • Offers a competitive total compensation package of salary, substantial bonuses, benefits and other perks.
  • Is continuously involved in many exciting and challenging projects throughout Ontario and around the world.
  • Allows for a collaborative hybrid work environment with flexible hours to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
  • Organizes regular social events such as golf day, canoeing and camping trips, skiing, bowling, treetop trekking, board games, baseball and hockey games, volleyball and softball leagues, and other charitable events.
  • Hosts an extravagant overnight holiday party in Muskoka annually.
  • Is an organization that is committed to achieving our Environmental, Social, & Governance objectives through our various committees.
  • Prioritizes mentorship, training, and rotational assignments for knowledge advancement and career growth.
  • Has an entrepreneurial spirit as an employee-owned company, with continuous growth and expansion taking part in meaningful projects.
In this role, your duties and responsibilities will include: The qualifications you need:
  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering with 5-8 years of experience in Civil/Land Development.
  • Licensed Professional Engineer (P.Eng) with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO).
  • Strong knowledge of industry-relevant software (AutoCAD and Civil3D, InfoWorks, Visual OTTHYMO, HEC-RAS, PCSWMM).
  • Strong knowledge of land development engineering principles, design standards, and Jurisdictional Design Guidelines.
  • Strategic and process-oriented, prefers to operate in a fast and dynamic environment.
  • Team player and able to work independently with little oversight.
  • Ability to work effectively both individually and in a team environment, working towards common goals and objectives.
  • Demonstrated ability to go above and beyond, effectively multitask, and capable of handling changing priorities within a demanding deadline-orientated environment.
  • Self-motivation to continuously learn while completing assigned work tasks.
The work arrangement:
LEA operates in a hybrid environment to ensure flexibility, safety, and the well-being of everyone.
LEA is Proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer:
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are incorporated into all levels of strategic planning and operational activities at LEA. We evaluate qualified candidates without regard to race, colour, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, and other protected statuses under the Canadian Human Rights Act.
Additionally, we provide an accessible work environment and accommodate the accessibility needs of candidates. For information or assistance, please contact
We thank all applicants, and we appreciate your interest, however, only those who qualify for an interview will be contacted. Consider applying again once you see an opportunity that matches your experience and career interests. We encourage you to keep in touch and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.


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