Build your future at Ontario One Call!
Ontario One Call acts as the communications link between buried infrastructure owners (our members) and individuals who are planning to dig in the province of Ontario. In 2012, the Ontario Underground Infrastructure Notification System Act was passed, which stipulates that by law, anyone in the province of Ontario must contact Ontario One Call before they dig. In addition to our contact centre, we are also responsible for public education, industry outreach, and compliance.
As a Public Safety Authority, Ontario One Call is focused on guiding construction, infrastructure and excavation industries towards creating efficiencies and improvements across the province. Ontario One Call is a not-for-profit governed by a Board of Directors representative of the underground infrastructure and excavation industries.
At Ontario One Call we are Reliable Experts who Care.
Reliable…We are dependable and accessible
Experts…We have the mindset to lead innovation
Caring…We ensure the safety and well-being in our communities.
Do you have what it takes to join our team?
The Information Technology Administrator is expected to have a solid background and knowledge in I.T. support. The Information Technology Administrator will work under the supervision of the Technology Manager and help them with all the tasks related to I.T. infrastructure and operations. The main duties of the Information Technology Administrator include planning, developing, and implementing I.T. systems, ensuring regular maintenance, security, and updates of the I.T. equipment and software.
This position is located at the Guelph office at 104 Cooper Drive, Guelph, ON. Ontario One Call has a hybrid work model with staff dividing their workweek between in-office and at-home work per company policy.
A successful candidate will also be required to travel to our satellite office in Sudbury, Ontario to maintain systems. Travel will be approximately two to three weeks per year.
As a precondition to employment, all potential new employees will be required to provide satisfactory employment references, successfully complete a criminal background check prior to or any time following hire. Request for accommodation may be made, based on a medical need. The request for accommodation must be made during the initial application process.
Ontario One Call is an equal opportunity employer. In accordance with the Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, accommodations for job applicants with disabilities are available on request.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.