planner - bid, Vancouver

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Our client performs design-build projects within the infrastructure sectors involving Bridges, Roads, Tunnels, Ports and Hydro units. They are seeking a Planner to join their Vancouver team. Reporting to the Project Director the Planner will be responsible for bid project planning and providing scheduling support to the Project Team as directed.


-Research scope elements and review project documentation to determine details for estimating and quantification
-Spearhead the bid management process including internal coordination, estimating, planning, costing, engineering, scheduling, tender submission, and negotiation
-Analyze opportunity, cost, and risk throughout the entire bid management process
-Actively participate in costing, coordination with estimating team and technical personnel, procurement, legal, finance, quotations, cost consolidation, and document review
-Developing and executing tendering strategies focused on optimizing safety, cost schedule, quality, and other client requirements
-Secure resources to support bid, including skills and efforts required to satisfy deliverable
-Negotiate final contract terms and conditions, specifications and price


-Degree or Diploma in Engineering (mechanical, electrical, civil, or business), construction management, business commerce, Project management, or a related discipline (recognized certification or license preferred – P.Eng., PMP)
-5+ years of relevant experience
-Design Build experience in a P3 environment
-Knowledge of Primavera software
-Strong analytical and communications skills

If you are interested please respond directly with a resume to or, please feel free to contact me at (604) 404-3976

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