Sr. Project Manager (ON) - Infrastructure

Field Management tbd, Canada


Description

Health and Safety

  • Responsible for Health & Safety performance on site.
  • Ensures that Risk Assessments and Work Plans are carried out prior to undertaking a new activity.
  • Performs regular audit of work site to ensure that site complies with Health & Safety rules and regulations, bringing all infractions to the attention of the Superintendent (Super) and the Project Coordinator (PC) and ensure action plan is executed.
  • Consults Safety Department and seeks support whenever necessary.
  • With assistance from Safety department, PM will interact with any regulatory body regarding safety infractions and corrective actions.
  • Ensures identification and reporting of near misses, incidents and accidents to the Safety Department.
  • Promotes Safety Culture and the goal of 100% Safety to the employees and the public. 


Pre-planning stage
  • Take over of estimate with support of pre-planning (hand-over meeting with Estimating, pre-construction meeting, Budget 0%, etc.).
  • Take over of estimate with support of pre-planning (hand-over meeting with Estimating, pre-construction meeting, Budget 0%, etc.).
  • Develops Project Baseline Schedule to meet all requirements of client and contract documents. Seek input from Super and management on feasibility and constructability. (Using critical path and resources).
  • Ensure works starts on time and runs smoothly; including but not limited to the following activities: 
  • Quality, Health and Safety, Environmental Plan. 
  • Schedules and implements major procurement (POs. long lead items and Subcontracts), with the support of Purchasing Department. 
  • Defines and schedules equipment requirements and ensure mobilization of such equipment with the support of the Equipment Department.
  • Schedules labour and supervision resources and ensures timely mobilization of such resources.
  • Defines, schedules and monitors Engineering deliverables and Shop Drawings.
  • Prepares project specific Quality Control Plan, Work Plans and Submittal Checklists.
  • Prepares and review Budget 0% with condensed associated cost codes. Analyzes individual activities to identify potential savings or shortfalls.
  • Completes a weekly progress meeting with subcontractor(s) and updates baseline schedule; including red line progress.
  • With PC and Super reviews 3 week look ahead schedules, expanding on each construction task. This should include an outline of the required equipment, labor, subcontractors and materials.
  • Continually follows up with PC and subcontractor regarding 3-week look ahead schedule to ensure the work remains on track.
  • Monitors and prepares Project Schedule Updates to ensure project remain on track.
  • Reviews with Senior Management, any ongoing delays or potential future delays as soon as possible and develop potential mitigation measures


Procurement
  • Responsible for on time procurement of long lead items at pre planning stage with the support of the Purchasing Department. 
  • Responsible for on time procurement of long lead items at pre planning stage with the support of the Purchasing Department. 
  • Utilizing Weekly 3-week Look-ahead, ensures PC develops a list of all required equipment, labor, subcontractors, and materials and placed the required orders.
  • Reviews Quantity Take-offs prepared by PC from contract and shop drawings (latest version) prior to ordering materials.
  • Reviews Comparative Table issued by PC for Purchase Orders (POs) and Subcontracts• Reviews all site level Requisitions for proper coding and forward to responsible parties.
  • Ensures PC sends all POs to supplier for execution prior to material arriving on site. If required, all Insurance certificates should be requested from supplier at this time.
  • Sets up and initiates Subcontracts, develops Bid Items, scope of work (inclusions / exclusions) and schedule for Subcontracts. Ensures that Subcontracts are reviewed and signed-off by Senior Management and that they are executed prior to commencement of work on site.
  • Signs off Payroll and Project Expenses. 
  • Refer to Senior Management, disputes with subcontractors and suppliers. 


Construction stage
  • Reviews and analyzes all contract drawings and specifications (IFC).
  • Reviews and analyzes all shop drawings prior to implementation on site; verify latest version on site. 
  • Defines execution strategy (self-performed and subcontracted works)
  • Manages project team responsible for construction (Construction Manager, Project Coordinator, Superintendent, Quality, etc.)
  • Organizes and chairs weekly project team meetings
  • Prepares Work Plans and chairs Pre-Activity Meetings
  • Ensures project is delivered as per baseline schedule and Budget 0%


Quality and Environment
  • Defines, schedules and oversees preparation of all submittals required by Contract Documents with assistance of PC
  • Defines, schedules and oversees preparation of all submittals required by Contract Documents with assistance of PC
  • Defines Quality Assurance Plan/ Quality Control Plan/ Environmental Protection Plan requirements in line with Contract Documents
  • Ensures Inspection and Test Plans, as well as associated Checklists, are established prior to construction and implemented during construction (with necessary records).
  • Manages Material Approvals
  • Manages Non-Conformance, Corrective and Preventative Actions
  • Perform inspection of critical construction activity to ensure that the work is meeting the required QC specification and tolerances.
  • Follows up with PC/Super that all QC measures outlined are being implemented. 
  • Ensure that controls are documented (key points, etc.). 
  • Organize third party survey and tests
  • Organize control on equipment (calibration, etc.). 


Documentation
  • With the assistance of the PC, file and record all Request for Information/Clarification, Non-Conformance Report, Site Instructions, Transmittals and Change Orders.
  • Review monthly report from PC prior to meeting with management. 
  • Attend all Site Meetings with Contract Administrator (CA) and Site Inspector; send comments if necessary, by meeting minutes. 
  • Track all quantities for work performed on site for monthly progress draws. 
  • Ensure with PC, that Site Copy of Contract Documents are updated to the latest version and any changes are clearly noted and brought to the attention of Super. 
  • Circulate Lesson Learned report at project completion. 


Cost Control and Contract Management
  • Carries out monthly cost control (Earned Value Analysis, rational) and looks for productivity improvement
  • Carries out monthly cost control (Earned Value Analysis, rational) and looks for productivity improvement
  • Carries out (at least) quarterly forecasts (forecast revenue and cost at completion) to outline any potential gains or shortfalls
  • Actively manages cash position (invoicing and payment, certification of completion, holdback collection)• Management of subcontractors and suppliers including processing all progress payments, dispute resolution. 
  • Manages client relationship, changes (Extra Work, Extensions of Time) and claims
  • Signing Authority for Site Instruction Notices acknowledging receipt, Change Orders.
  • Delivers project close-out (Substantial Completion, Final Acceptance, Warranty requirements)
  • Project Lifecycle Phases and Activities – RACI Model


Qualifications
  • Civil or Structural Engineering degree or diploma.
  • 7+ years’ of experience within a similar role/industry.•
  • Advanced computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Microsoft Project.
  • P. Eng or E.I.T working towards P.Eng.
  • Legally entitled to work in Canada, possess current driver's license without restriction
  • This position requires an individual to be fully vaccinated by a Health Canada-approved or authorized vaccine as a condition of hire and continued employment.
  • The projects will vary geographically depending on the company's Work On Hand. The role will be flexible, willing to travel and/or work on-site for extended periods of time based on the needs of the project.

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