Detroit River bridge team issues first significant job postings
The Windsor Star/Dave Battagello
The authority overseeing construction of the planned $2.1-billion Detroit River bridge is poised to issue its first substantial job postings for the project.
The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority on Friday will open up the application process for nearly 20 positions — most related to establishing the executive team that will oversee construction of the Detroit River International Crossing bridge that will connect the industrial communities of Brighton Beach and Delray.
“Since the formation of the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority in July of last year, the organization has been focused on making the WDBA operational,” said CEO Michael Cautillo. “One of the first orders of business was to start the recruitment process for individuals to work on this exciting project.”
In October, the WDBA advertised for several senior executive positions which are scheduled to be announced shortly.
The new postings will include jobs in the area of engineering, financial, human resources and administrative assistants.
“As operational needs are identified, further job postings will be published,” Cautillo said. [Read More]