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      • Barrie, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Project Manager is an integral position that is responsible for owning the contract management process and managing the day-to-day coordination. This includes understanding project goals, deadlines, and financial boundaries so they can best allocate resources, benchmarking, scheduling deadlines, and general coordination. The Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the preparation, reporting and analysis of a project from the planning stage through to completion.Reports toOperation ManagerDutiesEstimating• Selecting appropriate tenders & projects from bidding construction sites• Liaison with engineers and project managers; including RFQ’s and quotations• Assist Operations Manager and Lead Estimator with tenders, quotations & document preparation• Processing of contractsEquipment management• Record any and all damages to equipment (owned & rented) and report to the Administrative Director• Management of equipment rentals• Recommending equipment purchases• Create & issue purchase orders for equipment rentals• Create & issue purchase orders for purchasing materials (granular, pipe, etc)• Receive packing slips from site each Tuesday and Friday to correlate with the purchase orders• Note discrepancies in the tender information and bring to the attention of management for discussion on how to deal with the discrepancy Project Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisors• Manage payment certificates (requesting, tracking & auditing)• Review and approve Daily Production Sheets Review and approve Field Diary (request additional information if required)• Record daily accounting of the project status and review the operating budget weekly with management•Review daily field reports and prepare weekly variance reports analyzing labour, equipment and resource consumption, comparing actual production against the baseline schedule• Formalize and price Work authorizations drafted and signed out in field• Transfer all payroll reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for weekly payroll• Transfer all data reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for month end statements• Forward insurance claims in a timely manner to the Operations Manager to follow the claims procedure• Create site binders (notice of project registration, insurance, government requirements, safety policies, forms & schedules)• Manage Preconstruction survey with inspection & photographs of site• Request and follow up on utility locates• Prepare monthly payment certificates in conjunction with owner representatives• Prepare and formalize contract change order requests• Construct MTO book 7 traffic control plans• Review and track incident reports with site supervisors and prepare reports for management• Respond to administrative requests from owner/consultant representatives such as technical data and shop drawingsRelationship management• Coordinate daily with the Site Supervisor• Coordinate work efforts with the Site Supervisor to ensure harmonious flow of labour, equipment, material, subcontractors• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on schedule• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on budget• Review plan/drawings discrepancies in the field and forward to the Operations ManagerPlease send our resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca AdvantagesProject Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisorsResponsibilitiesProject Manager is an integral position that is responsible for owning the contract management process and managing the day-to-day coordination. This includes understanding project goals, deadlines, and financial boundaries so they can best allocate resources, benchmarking, scheduling deadlines, and general coordination. The Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the preparation, reporting and analysis of a project from the planning stage through to completion.Reports toOperation ManagerDutiesEstimating• Selecting appropriate tenders & projects from bidding construction sites• Liaison with engineers and project managers; including RFQ’s and quotations• Assist Operations Manager and Lead Estimator with tenders, quotations & document preparation• Processing of contractsEquipment management• Record any and all damages to equipment (owned & rented) and report to the Administrative Director• Management of equipment rentals• Recommending equipment purchases• Create & issue purchase orders for equipment rentals• Create & issue purchase orders for purchasing materials (granular, pipe, etc)• Receive packing slips from site each Tuesday and Friday to correlate with the purchase orders• Note discrepancies in the tender information and bring to the attention of management for discussion on how to deal with the discrepancy Project Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisors• Manage payment certificates (requesting, tracking & auditing)• Review and approve Daily Production Sheets Review and approve Field Diary (request additional information if required)• Record daily accounting of the project status and review the operating budget weekly with management•Review daily field reports and prepare weekly variance reports analyzing labour, equipment and resource consumption, comparing actual production against the baseline schedule• Formalize and price Work authorizations drafted and signed out in field• Transfer all payroll reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for weekly payroll• Transfer all data reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for month end statements• Forward insurance claims in a timely manner to the Operations Manager to follow the claims procedure• Create site binders (notice of project registration, insurance, government requirements, safety policies, forms & schedules)• Manage Preconstruction survey with inspection & photographs of site• Request and follow up on utility locates• Prepare monthly payment certificates in conjunction with owner representatives• Prepare and formalize contract change order requests• Construct MTO book 7 traffic control plans• Review and track incident reports with site supervisors and prepare reports for management• Respond to administrative requests from owner/consultant representatives such as technical data and shop drawingsRelationship management• Coordinate daily with the Site Supervisor• Coordinate work efforts with the Site Supervisor to ensure harmonious flow of labour, equipment, material, subcontractors• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on schedule• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on budget• Review plan/drawings discrepancies in the field and forward to the Operations ManagerPlease send our resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Qualifications5-10 years of experience working in a Project Manager role5-10 years of experience working on infrastructure projects SummaryProject Manager is an integral position that is responsible for owning the contract management process and managing the day-to-day coordination. This includes understanding project goals, deadlines, and financial boundaries so they can best allocate resources, benchmarking, scheduling deadlines, and general coordination. The Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the preparation, reporting and analysis of a project from the planning stage through to completion.Reports toOperation ManagerDutiesEstimating• Selecting appropriate tenders & projects from bidding construction sites• Liaison with engineers and project managers; including RFQ’s and quotations• Assist Operations Manager and Lead Estimator with tenders, quotations & document preparation• Processing of contractsEquipment management• Record any and all damages to equipment (owned & rented) and report to the Administrative Director• Management of equipment rentals• Recommending equipment purchases• Create & issue purchase orders for equipment rentals• Create & issue purchase orders for purchasing materials (granular, pipe, etc)• Receive packing slips from site each Tuesday and Friday to correlate with the purchase orders• Note discrepancies in the tender information and bring to the attention of management for discussion on how to deal with the discrepancy Project Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisors• Manage payment certificates (requesting, tracking & auditing)• Review and approve Daily Production Sheets Review and approve Field Diary (request additional information if required)• Record daily accounting of the project status and review the operating budget weekly with management•Review daily field reports and prepare weekly variance reports analyzing labour, equipment and resource consumption, comparing actual production against the baseline schedule• Formalize and price Work authorizations drafted and signed out in field• Transfer all payroll reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for weekly payroll• Transfer all data reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for month end statements• Forward insurance claims in a timely manner to the Operations Manager to follow the claims procedure• Create site binders (notice of project registration, insurance, government requirements, safety policies, forms & schedules)• Manage Preconstruction survey with inspection & photographs of site• Request and follow up on utility locates• Prepare monthly payment certificates in conjunction with owner representatives• Prepare and formalize contract change order requests• Construct MTO book 7 traffic control plans• Review and track incident reports with site supervisors and prepare reports for management• Respond to administrative requests from owner/consultant representatives such as technical data and shop drawingsRelationship management• Coordinate daily with the Site Supervisor• Coordinate work efforts with the Site Supervisor to ensure harmonious flow of labour, equipment, material, subcontractors• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on schedule• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on budget• Review plan/drawings discrepancies in the field and forward to the Operations ManagerPlease send our resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
      Project Manager is an integral position that is responsible for owning the contract management process and managing the day-to-day coordination. This includes understanding project goals, deadlines, and financial boundaries so they can best allocate resources, benchmarking, scheduling deadlines, and general coordination. The Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the preparation, reporting and analysis of a project from the planning stage through to completion.Reports toOperation ManagerDutiesEstimating• Selecting appropriate tenders & projects from bidding construction sites• Liaison with engineers and project managers; including RFQ’s and quotations• Assist Operations Manager and Lead Estimator with tenders, quotations & document preparation• Processing of contractsEquipment management• Record any and all damages to equipment (owned & rented) and report to the Administrative Director• Management of equipment rentals• Recommending equipment purchases• Create & issue purchase orders for equipment rentals• Create & issue purchase orders for purchasing materials (granular, pipe, etc)• Receive packing slips from site each Tuesday and Friday to correlate with the purchase orders• Note discrepancies in the tender information and bring to the attention of management for discussion on how to deal with the discrepancy Project Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisors• Manage payment certificates (requesting, tracking & auditing)• Review and approve Daily Production Sheets Review and approve Field Diary (request additional information if required)• Record daily accounting of the project status and review the operating budget weekly with management•Review daily field reports and prepare weekly variance reports analyzing labour, equipment and resource consumption, comparing actual production against the baseline schedule• Formalize and price Work authorizations drafted and signed out in field• Transfer all payroll reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for weekly payroll• Transfer all data reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for month end statements• Forward insurance claims in a timely manner to the Operations Manager to follow the claims procedure• Create site binders (notice of project registration, insurance, government requirements, safety policies, forms & schedules)• Manage Preconstruction survey with inspection & photographs of site• Request and follow up on utility locates• Prepare monthly payment certificates in conjunction with owner representatives• Prepare and formalize contract change order requests• Construct MTO book 7 traffic control plans• Review and track incident reports with site supervisors and prepare reports for management• Respond to administrative requests from owner/consultant representatives such as technical data and shop drawingsRelationship management• Coordinate daily with the Site Supervisor• Coordinate work efforts with the Site Supervisor to ensure harmonious flow of labour, equipment, material, subcontractors• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on schedule• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on budget• Review plan/drawings discrepancies in the field and forward to the Operations ManagerPlease send our resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca AdvantagesProject Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisorsResponsibilitiesProject Manager is an integral position that is responsible for owning the contract management process and managing the day-to-day coordination. This includes understanding project goals, deadlines, and financial boundaries so they can best allocate resources, benchmarking, scheduling deadlines, and general coordination. The Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the preparation, reporting and analysis of a project from the planning stage through to completion.Reports toOperation ManagerDutiesEstimating• Selecting appropriate tenders & projects from bidding construction sites• Liaison with engineers and project managers; including RFQ’s and quotations• Assist Operations Manager and Lead Estimator with tenders, quotations & document preparation• Processing of contractsEquipment management• Record any and all damages to equipment (owned & rented) and report to the Administrative Director• Management of equipment rentals• Recommending equipment purchases• Create & issue purchase orders for equipment rentals• Create & issue purchase orders for purchasing materials (granular, pipe, etc)• Receive packing slips from site each Tuesday and Friday to correlate with the purchase orders• Note discrepancies in the tender information and bring to the attention of management for discussion on how to deal with the discrepancy Project Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisors• Manage payment certificates (requesting, tracking & auditing)• Review and approve Daily Production Sheets Review and approve Field Diary (request additional information if required)• Record daily accounting of the project status and review the operating budget weekly with management•Review daily field reports and prepare weekly variance reports analyzing labour, equipment and resource consumption, comparing actual production against the baseline schedule• Formalize and price Work authorizations drafted and signed out in field• Transfer all payroll reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for weekly payroll• Transfer all data reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for month end statements• Forward insurance claims in a timely manner to the Operations Manager to follow the claims procedure• Create site binders (notice of project registration, insurance, government requirements, safety policies, forms & schedules)• Manage Preconstruction survey with inspection & photographs of site• Request and follow up on utility locates• Prepare monthly payment certificates in conjunction with owner representatives• Prepare and formalize contract change order requests• Construct MTO book 7 traffic control plans• Review and track incident reports with site supervisors and prepare reports for management• Respond to administrative requests from owner/consultant representatives such as technical data and shop drawingsRelationship management• Coordinate daily with the Site Supervisor• Coordinate work efforts with the Site Supervisor to ensure harmonious flow of labour, equipment, material, subcontractors• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on schedule• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on budget• Review plan/drawings discrepancies in the field and forward to the Operations ManagerPlease send our resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca Qualifications5-10 years of experience working in a Project Manager role5-10 years of experience working on infrastructure projects SummaryProject Manager is an integral position that is responsible for owning the contract management process and managing the day-to-day coordination. This includes understanding project goals, deadlines, and financial boundaries so they can best allocate resources, benchmarking, scheduling deadlines, and general coordination. The Project Manager is responsible for assisting in the preparation, reporting and analysis of a project from the planning stage through to completion.Reports toOperation ManagerDutiesEstimating• Selecting appropriate tenders & projects from bidding construction sites• Liaison with engineers and project managers; including RFQ’s and quotations• Assist Operations Manager and Lead Estimator with tenders, quotations & document preparation• Processing of contractsEquipment management• Record any and all damages to equipment (owned & rented) and report to the Administrative Director• Management of equipment rentals• Recommending equipment purchases• Create & issue purchase orders for equipment rentals• Create & issue purchase orders for purchasing materials (granular, pipe, etc)• Receive packing slips from site each Tuesday and Friday to correlate with the purchase orders• Note discrepancies in the tender information and bring to the attention of management for discussion on how to deal with the discrepancy Project Management• Prepare project base line schedule (WBS) along with labour, equipment and resource budgets Create work order using breakdown the project budget into week by week tasks representing the weekly targeted production and resource allocation and consumption and submit to site supervisors• Manage payment certificates (requesting, tracking & auditing)• Review and approve Daily Production Sheets Review and approve Field Diary (request additional information if required)• Record daily accounting of the project status and review the operating budget weekly with management•Review daily field reports and prepare weekly variance reports analyzing labour, equipment and resource consumption, comparing actual production against the baseline schedule• Formalize and price Work authorizations drafted and signed out in field• Transfer all payroll reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for weekly payroll• Transfer all data reporting, in a timely manner, to Accounting for month end statements• Forward insurance claims in a timely manner to the Operations Manager to follow the claims procedure• Create site binders (notice of project registration, insurance, government requirements, safety policies, forms & schedules)• Manage Preconstruction survey with inspection & photographs of site• Request and follow up on utility locates• Prepare monthly payment certificates in conjunction with owner representatives• Prepare and formalize contract change order requests• Construct MTO book 7 traffic control plans• Review and track incident reports with site supervisors and prepare reports for management• Respond to administrative requests from owner/consultant representatives such as technical data and shop drawingsRelationship management• Coordinate daily with the Site Supervisor• Coordinate work efforts with the Site Supervisor to ensure harmonious flow of labour, equipment, material, subcontractors• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on schedule• Consult all team members to ensure the project remains on budget• Review plan/drawings discrepancies in the field and forward to the Operations ManagerPlease send our resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
      • Barrie, Ontario
      • Permanent
      • $85,000 - $90,000 per year
      Are you a highly skilled FP&A professional who has experience building a P&L from top to bottom? Do you have a deep understanding of the key drivers in developing a P&L and superior business partnering skills?Do you work well in working environments where one day to the next is not always the same and have a passion for improving processes and identifying efficiencies? If you are a Senior Financial Analyst who has 3+ years of financial planning and analysis experience, this may be a great role for you to consider with a growing start-up!Advantages- Excellent base salary offering- Annual bonus- Health and dental plan- Generous vacation policy and flexible working hours/arrangementsResponsibilitiesReporting to the Director of Finance, your duties and responsibilities will include;- Assist with the development of the budget as well as monthly/quarterly forecasts- Support the business unit teams in business case preparation and ad hoc analysis as required- Partnering with the finance team and business unit teams to complete month-end management reporting packages- Support the business unit teams in tender/RFP modeling- Assist in preparation of quarterly Board presentations- Develop and implement systems and processes to enable product, business unit, customer, and supplier reporting- Assist in the development, implementation, and reporting of KPI's- Support and provide analysis of product and customer profitabilityQualifications- Post-secondary degree in accounting or finance as well as a CPA and/or MBA, or working towards- Experience with SAP an asset, or similar ERP system, as well as strength in MS Office and advanced Excel skills- Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, oral and written, as well as superior interpersonal and relationship building skills- Strong problem solving, and analytical capability is essential SummaryIf this role sounds like a great match for your experience and skills, please apply directly today!
      Are you a highly skilled FP&A professional who has experience building a P&L from top to bottom? Do you have a deep understanding of the key drivers in developing a P&L and superior business partnering skills?Do you work well in working environments where one day to the next is not always the same and have a passion for improving processes and identifying efficiencies? If you are a Senior Financial Analyst who has 3+ years of financial planning and analysis experience, this may be a great role for you to consider with a growing start-up!Advantages- Excellent base salary offering- Annual bonus- Health and dental plan- Generous vacation policy and flexible working hours/arrangementsResponsibilitiesReporting to the Director of Finance, your duties and responsibilities will include;- Assist with the development of the budget as well as monthly/quarterly forecasts- Support the business unit teams in business case preparation and ad hoc analysis as required- Partnering with the finance team and business unit teams to complete month-end management reporting packages- Support the business unit teams in tender/RFP modeling- Assist in preparation of quarterly Board presentations- Develop and implement systems and processes to enable product, business unit, customer, and supplier reporting- Assist in the development, implementation, and reporting of KPI's- Support and provide analysis of product and customer profitabilityQualifications- Post-secondary degree in accounting or finance as well as a CPA and/or MBA, or working towards- Experience with SAP an asset, or similar ERP system, as well as strength in MS Office and advanced Excel skills- Excellent interpersonal and communications skills, oral and written, as well as superior interpersonal and relationship building skills- Strong problem solving, and analytical capability is essential SummaryIf this role sounds like a great match for your experience and skills, please apply directly today!

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