Project Manager, Transportation | General Contractor, Vancouver

Published 2022-05-22
Expires 2022-06-22
ID #1008586777
Project Manager, Transportation | General Contractor, Vancouver
Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver,
Published May 22, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Project manager, transportation | general contractor

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Matching Canada's leading construction and engineering firms with the best local and international talent. Project Manager, Transportation | General Contractor Posted 9 hours ago General Contractor Infrastructure contractor focused on transportation infrastructure projects across Canada Our client, a major transportation contractor, is currently seeking an Experienced Project Manager to join their team. This position’s primary function is to be the senior on-site manager in charge of major project construction execution. The PM coordinates, plans and supervises field staff, subcontractors and craft activities for the entire project or projects. They maintain liaison with other departments to assure all required materials, equipment and inspections are in place to support the project schedule. The PM updates and is responsible for the budget and the schedule of the project or projects. Ideally holds experience managing projects $20m – $100m upwards. Responsibilities : Assist Proposal Manager with development of responses to RFEOI & RFP Coordinate promotional material with Proposal Department Validation of PM Budget Creation of Sales Order Review cost to date and update budget monthly Conduct Budget review meetings with Construction Manager & Superintendent Update CPSR monthly Review and Approve Project Plans Negotiate with Sub-contractors / Suppliers Develop and update Project Schedule Prepare Monthly Progress Reports Oversee Project Quality Management System Prepare Progress Draws Coordinate CCO’s with CM and Estimator Approve invoices for integration Assist with development of employees for future advancement Confirm resources are available for project Attend Division Meetings Well-developed understanding of road/bridge construction Knowledgeable in settlement, utilities, roadwork and structural work SPECIFIC SKILLS Strong organizational skills Excellent communications skills Analytical Skills ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS Relay relevant information from higher ups and company policy updates to staff. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS BCIT Graduate in Civil Construction or equivalent work experience Post-Secondary education or equivalent experience Civil and Structural Engineer Technologist or equivalent. KNOWLEDGE Field experience in related disciplines Understanding of construction processes KNOWLEDGE 5 years’ experience in a Project Management role Experience with Design-Build Projects Strictly follows: WorkSafeBC Standards (eg. OHS regulations, Worker’s Compensation Act, Employment Standards Act) Adherence to company health and safety policy in the workplace OFA III Compensation: $120k-150k, depending on experience level. Dependent on experience and education. Our client is a progressive company offering employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. Only candidates eligible to work in Canada will be considered. Registration Please ensure you register your details with Outpost Recruitment when submitting your job application. We cannot review your application until we have gathered information on your work experience, skills and attributes. Matching Canada's leading construction and engineering firms with the best local and international talent.

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