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White City SK


Project Manager

White City Saskatchewan

Working closely with the Construction Manager and Project Superintendent, the Project Manager provides the overall on-site administrative and technical management for a major project or multiple small to mid-sized projects. Responsibilities include ensuring project completion according to design, budget, and schedule; developing new contracts; maintaining Canadian Plain’s high standard of safety; and overseeing proper protocols in the field. The Project Manager is responsible for the planning, execution, management of employees, resources, and project scope.
  • Lead the development of a project strategy that meets the project’s required performance, schedule and profitability targets. Ensure construction execution plans are achieved
  • Capable of bidding/estimating pressure piping, structural steel and civil work
  • Coordinate activities with the Project Superintendents or General Foreman to ensure effective utilization of personnel and equipment
  • Create an open, honest environment that provides information and elicits input, so that all can successfully perform their work
  • Provide direct and indirect supervision for a team in all aspects of the project (from kick off to completion)
  • Must maintain compliance with Company policies and procedures
  • Responsible for all aspects for customer service including the costing, bidding, scheduling and contracting process, change management and conflict resolution
  • In conjunction with the area or project office, responsible for invoicing, project procurement, subcontracts and Independent Service Provider contracts
  • Execute job plans in an efficient and organized manner - ensure that the work progresses according to schedule, that material and equipment are procured and delivered to the site on time, and that the activities of the various workers, tradesmen and subcontractors are coordinated
  • Ensure customer satisfaction is achieved by delivery of safe, quality and productive construction services
  • Maintain and operate all company equipment and facilities in accordance with approved company operating standards and practices
  • Ensure site safety is not compromised for schedule or production and ensure the safety policies are followed including project procedures, safety program requirements, and work and equipment maintenance rules.Ensure incidents and violations are properly documented, reported and investigated if necessary.
  • Ensure the QA/QC program, processes and required documentation are identified up front and built into the schedule throughout the project
  • Maintain compliance with provincial regulatory authorities (TSASK), boilers pressure vessel pressure piping code, client specs and companies polices/procedures
  • Minimum 10 years of “hands-on” facility fabrication experience in the capacity of project manager in oilfield construction/maintenance projects and services supplemented by other aspects of construction management
  • Ability to travel as required to and from various project site locations
  • Recognized diploma, bachelor’s degree in engineering, PMP or construction management is preferred. Equivalencies will be considered.
  • Progressive experience in industrial projects including experience with project management skills and ability to prepare project budgets to achieve required margins
  • Excellent financial management skills
  • Strong understanding of Saskatchewan occupational health and safety legislation, regulations, standards and procedures
  • A working understanding of quality control regulations and procedures
  • Ability to motivate teams and simultaneously manage several tasks
  • Leads by example and adapts to change
  • Team player with proven ability to resolve conflicts and problems
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, including MS Project.
  • Knowledge of Primavera is an asset
  • Knowledge of applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Developed analytical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Capable of participating in and facilitating group meetings
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills