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      • Oakville, Ontario
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      Siemens in Halifax has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Project Manager to join their team, for a 12 month contract (with possibility of extension!). The Project Manager is responsible to independently lead and manage multiple projects of moderate to high complexity. Works closely with sponsors, process owners and subject matter experts to develop and deploy implementation plans and other project tools, establish project metrics and improvement targets, drive projects to completion, and monitor effectiveness of solutions. Manage project resources within each project's triple constraints of scope, schedule and budget. The Project Manager is always prepared to communicate and present project status.This position reports to Director Project Management and Operations, and will be based in the Halifax, Nova Scotia. This role will cover projects in the Atlantic provinces and across entire Canada, if required.AdvantagesThis is a long term contract opportunity, with possibility of extension, with a global organization! Responsibilities• Manage concurrent multiple projects of $1-5 MM in a fast-paced environment.• Create and maintain MS Project schedule and initiate corrective action when deviating from schedule.• Provide revenue forecast with utmost accuracy to Sales and Finance.• Room planning in cooperation with the Siemens Planning Department, Siemens Account Manager and the customer.• Work with site specific drawings, acting as the main point of contact for the architect, consultant, contractors and the customer as well as Siemens internal/external project resources.• Monitor site preparation and readiness along with managing the production, delivery, design build, installation of the equipment and the applications training scheduling.• Accurately complete and submit all documentation related to the project. Including but not limited to, Last Call letter, checklists, MS project schedule, any applicable Nonconformance cost forms, Change Orders, Clinical Handover, Site Readiness checklist, Quench pipe acceptance checklist and pressure drop calculation.• Coordinate and manage all resources associated with the project including but not limited to, delivery/rigging team, mechanical installer, commissioning FSR, applications specialist.• Substitute for and/or assist department staff and perform other duties as required.Qualifications• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Healthcare.• PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification or similar designation.• 5-10 years of demonstrated project management experience in external client facing healthcare medical imaging is required.• Experience with MS Project, and other Microsoft office applications including word processing, spreadsheet, and PowerPoint.• A familiarity with construction drawings and practices is a must.• Fluency in French and English would be considered an asset.• Strong written and verbal communication skills to interact effectively with stake holders.• Person should be able to travel to off-site project locations.• Flexible to work longer hours, on weekends/holidays, if required.• Travel time is around 50%-75% of time on project sites across Canada.SummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
      Siemens in Halifax has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Project Manager to join their team, for a 12 month contract (with possibility of extension!). The Project Manager is responsible to independently lead and manage multiple projects of moderate to high complexity. Works closely with sponsors, process owners and subject matter experts to develop and deploy implementation plans and other project tools, establish project metrics and improvement targets, drive projects to completion, and monitor effectiveness of solutions. Manage project resources within each project's triple constraints of scope, schedule and budget. The Project Manager is always prepared to communicate and present project status.This position reports to Director Project Management and Operations, and will be based in the Halifax, Nova Scotia. This role will cover projects in the Atlantic provinces and across entire Canada, if required.AdvantagesThis is a long term contract opportunity, with possibility of extension, with a global organization! Responsibilities• Manage concurrent multiple projects of $1-5 MM in a fast-paced environment.• Create and maintain MS Project schedule and initiate corrective action when deviating from schedule.• Provide revenue forecast with utmost accuracy to Sales and Finance.• Room planning in cooperation with the Siemens Planning Department, Siemens Account Manager and the customer.• Work with site specific drawings, acting as the main point of contact for the architect, consultant, contractors and the customer as well as Siemens internal/external project resources.• Monitor site preparation and readiness along with managing the production, delivery, design build, installation of the equipment and the applications training scheduling.• Accurately complete and submit all documentation related to the project. Including but not limited to, Last Call letter, checklists, MS project schedule, any applicable Nonconformance cost forms, Change Orders, Clinical Handover, Site Readiness checklist, Quench pipe acceptance checklist and pressure drop calculation.• Coordinate and manage all resources associated with the project including but not limited to, delivery/rigging team, mechanical installer, commissioning FSR, applications specialist.• Substitute for and/or assist department staff and perform other duties as required.Qualifications• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Healthcare.• PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification or similar designation.• 5-10 years of demonstrated project management experience in external client facing healthcare medical imaging is required.• Experience with MS Project, and other Microsoft office applications including word processing, spreadsheet, and PowerPoint.• A familiarity with construction drawings and practices is a must.• Fluency in French and English would be considered an asset.• Strong written and verbal communication skills to interact effectively with stake holders.• Person should be able to travel to off-site project locations.• Flexible to work longer hours, on weekends/holidays, if required.• Travel time is around 50%-75% of time on project sites across Canada.SummaryIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

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