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      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Skills/Qualifications:8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationDiploma in Architectural Technology or Degree in ArchitectureExtensive experience on large scale commercial & retail projects Strong English verbal and written communication skillsExcellent interpersonal skills, strong client communication, collaboration and conflict resolution skills requiredExperience in large-scale office, commercial and mixed-use projectsExperience working in a fast paced environmentBasic knowledge of various Canadian Building CodesStrong knowledge and administrative experience with various CCDC construction contracts Strong proficiency with Microsoft Project, Excel, WordKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows Hold a valid Driver’s license and have a vehicleHold a valid Canadian PassportBe able to travel on short notice, as required, both within the province and other parts of Canada and the U.S.Duties/Responsibilities:Provide construction administration functions for assigned projects on site and within the office including:Work in a collaborative team environment, primarily in construction administration, with involvement as required for the preparation of contract documents including pre-tender document reviewPreparation of tender bid documentsReview Tenders received and contract award recommendations.Review and approval of Trade Contractor Schedule of Values at time of awardBe the prime liaison between CMs/General Contractors, Client/Owner and A/E teams during the Construction Phase of WorkAttend Owner, Architect, Contractor site meetingsParticipate in trade /consultant breakout construction team meetings to resolve escalated site issues or shop drawing detailsCarry out site review visits to monitor the quality and design intent of the contract documents and prepare field site visit reports and distribute them to the teamMaintain RFIs, Shop Drawings, CCNs, CDs, SIs, COs and submittal logsBe responsible for the receipt and timely reply to contractor’s Request for Information (RFIs)Be responsible for the A/E teams timely review and return of contractor shop drawingsPreparation and related administration of site instructions, change directives, change orders, field review reports etc.Review and make recommendations on contractor quotations for the Owner’s approvalPrepare and issue change ordersReview of contractor monthly applications for progress payment, prepare the related Certificates of PaymentsReview and process closeout submittalsAt time of the Contractor’s application for Substantial Performance carryout and prepare the required punch list reportsReport on a regular basis to senior management, outlining status of job cost control and scheduling issues including general progress.Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows ResponsibilitiesSkills/Qualifications:8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationDiploma in Architectural Technology or Degree in ArchitectureExtensive experience on large scale commercial & retail projects Strong English verbal and written communication skillsExcellent interpersonal skills, strong client communication, collaboration and conflict resolution skills requiredExperience in large-scale office, commercial and mixed-use projectsExperience working in a fast paced environmentBasic knowledge of various Canadian Building CodesStrong knowledge and administrative experience with various CCDC construction contracts Strong proficiency with Microsoft Project, Excel, WordKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows Hold a valid Driver’s license and have a vehicleHold a valid Canadian PassportBe able to travel on short notice, as required, both within the province and other parts of Canada and the U.S.Duties/Responsibilities:Provide construction administration functions for assigned projects on site and within the office including:Work in a collaborative team environment, primarily in construction administration, with involvement as required for the preparation of contract documents including pre-tender document reviewPreparation of tender bid documentsReview Tenders received and contract award recommendations.Review and approval of Trade Contractor Schedule of Values at time of awardBe the prime liaison between CMs/General Contractors, Client/Owner and A/E teams during the Construction Phase of WorkAttend Owner, Architect, Contractor site meetingsParticipate in trade /consultant breakout construction team meetings to resolve escalated site issues or shop drawing detailsCarry out site review visits to monitor the quality and design intent of the contract documents and prepare field site visit reports and distribute them to the teamMaintain RFIs, Shop Drawings, CCNs, CDs, SIs, COs and submittal logsBe responsible for the receipt and timely reply to contractor’s Request for Information (RFIs)Be responsible for the A/E teams timely review and return of contractor shop drawingsPreparation and related administration of site instructions, change directives, change orders, field review reports etc.Review and make recommendations on contractor quotations for the Owner’s approvalPrepare and issue change ordersReview of contractor monthly applications for progress payment, prepare the related Certificates of PaymentsReview and process closeout submittalsAt time of the Contractor’s application for Substantial Performance carryout and prepare the required punch list reportsReport on a regular basis to senior management, outlining status of job cost control and scheduling issues including general progress.Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationA Degree/Diploma from a recognized University or CollegeSummarySkills/Qualifications:8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationDiploma in Architectural Technology or Degree in ArchitectureExtensive experience on large scale commercial & retail projects Strong English verbal and written communication skillsExcellent interpersonal skills, strong client communication, collaboration and conflict resolution skills requiredExperience in large-scale office, commercial and mixed-use projectsExperience working in a fast paced environmentBasic knowledge of various Canadian Building CodesStrong knowledge and administrative experience with various CCDC construction contracts Strong proficiency with Microsoft Project, Excel, WordKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows Hold a valid Driver’s license and have a vehicleHold a valid Canadian PassportBe able to travel on short notice, as required, both within the province and other parts of Canada and the U.S.Duties/Responsibilities:Provide construction administration functions for assigned projects on site and within the office including:Work in a collaborative team environment, primarily in construction administration, with involvement as required for the preparation of contract documents including pre-tender document reviewPreparation of tender bid documentsReview Tenders received and contract award recommendations.Review and approval of Trade Contractor Schedule of Values at time of awardBe the prime liaison between CMs/General Contractors, Client/Owner and A/E teams during the Construction Phase of WorkAttend Owner, Architect, Contractor site meetingsParticipate in trade /consultant breakout construction team meetings to resolve escalated site issues or shop drawing detailsCarry out site review visits to monitor the quality and design intent of the contract documents and prepare field site visit reports and distribute them to the teamMaintain RFIs, Shop Drawings, CCNs, CDs, SIs, COs and submittal logsBe responsible for the receipt and timely reply to contractor’s Request for Information (RFIs)Be responsible for the A/E teams timely review and return of contractor shop drawingsPreparation and related administration of site instructions, change directives, change orders, field review reports etc.Review and make recommendations on contractor quotations for the Owner’s approvalPrepare and issue change ordersReview of contractor monthly applications for progress payment, prepare the related Certificates of PaymentsReview and process closeout submittalsAt time of the Contractor’s application for Substantial Performance carryout and prepare the required punch list reportsReport on a regular basis to senior management, outlining status of job cost control and scheduling issues including general progress.Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Skills/Qualifications:8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationDiploma in Architectural Technology or Degree in ArchitectureExtensive experience on large scale commercial & retail projects Strong English verbal and written communication skillsExcellent interpersonal skills, strong client communication, collaboration and conflict resolution skills requiredExperience in large-scale office, commercial and mixed-use projectsExperience working in a fast paced environmentBasic knowledge of various Canadian Building CodesStrong knowledge and administrative experience with various CCDC construction contracts Strong proficiency with Microsoft Project, Excel, WordKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows Hold a valid Driver’s license and have a vehicleHold a valid Canadian PassportBe able to travel on short notice, as required, both within the province and other parts of Canada and the U.S.Duties/Responsibilities:Provide construction administration functions for assigned projects on site and within the office including:Work in a collaborative team environment, primarily in construction administration, with involvement as required for the preparation of contract documents including pre-tender document reviewPreparation of tender bid documentsReview Tenders received and contract award recommendations.Review and approval of Trade Contractor Schedule of Values at time of awardBe the prime liaison between CMs/General Contractors, Client/Owner and A/E teams during the Construction Phase of WorkAttend Owner, Architect, Contractor site meetingsParticipate in trade /consultant breakout construction team meetings to resolve escalated site issues or shop drawing detailsCarry out site review visits to monitor the quality and design intent of the contract documents and prepare field site visit reports and distribute them to the teamMaintain RFIs, Shop Drawings, CCNs, CDs, SIs, COs and submittal logsBe responsible for the receipt and timely reply to contractor’s Request for Information (RFIs)Be responsible for the A/E teams timely review and return of contractor shop drawingsPreparation and related administration of site instructions, change directives, change orders, field review reports etc.Review and make recommendations on contractor quotations for the Owner’s approvalPrepare and issue change ordersReview of contractor monthly applications for progress payment, prepare the related Certificates of PaymentsReview and process closeout submittalsAt time of the Contractor’s application for Substantial Performance carryout and prepare the required punch list reportsReport on a regular basis to senior management, outlining status of job cost control and scheduling issues including general progress.Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows ResponsibilitiesSkills/Qualifications:8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationDiploma in Architectural Technology or Degree in ArchitectureExtensive experience on large scale commercial & retail projects Strong English verbal and written communication skillsExcellent interpersonal skills, strong client communication, collaboration and conflict resolution skills requiredExperience in large-scale office, commercial and mixed-use projectsExperience working in a fast paced environmentBasic knowledge of various Canadian Building CodesStrong knowledge and administrative experience with various CCDC construction contracts Strong proficiency with Microsoft Project, Excel, WordKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows Hold a valid Driver’s license and have a vehicleHold a valid Canadian PassportBe able to travel on short notice, as required, both within the province and other parts of Canada and the U.S.Duties/Responsibilities:Provide construction administration functions for assigned projects on site and within the office including:Work in a collaborative team environment, primarily in construction administration, with involvement as required for the preparation of contract documents including pre-tender document reviewPreparation of tender bid documentsReview Tenders received and contract award recommendations.Review and approval of Trade Contractor Schedule of Values at time of awardBe the prime liaison between CMs/General Contractors, Client/Owner and A/E teams during the Construction Phase of WorkAttend Owner, Architect, Contractor site meetingsParticipate in trade /consultant breakout construction team meetings to resolve escalated site issues or shop drawing detailsCarry out site review visits to monitor the quality and design intent of the contract documents and prepare field site visit reports and distribute them to the teamMaintain RFIs, Shop Drawings, CCNs, CDs, SIs, COs and submittal logsBe responsible for the receipt and timely reply to contractor’s Request for Information (RFIs)Be responsible for the A/E teams timely review and return of contractor shop drawingsPreparation and related administration of site instructions, change directives, change orders, field review reports etc.Review and make recommendations on contractor quotations for the Owner’s approvalPrepare and issue change ordersReview of contractor monthly applications for progress payment, prepare the related Certificates of PaymentsReview and process closeout submittalsAt time of the Contractor’s application for Substantial Performance carryout and prepare the required punch list reportsReport on a regular basis to senior management, outlining status of job cost control and scheduling issues including general progress.Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationA Degree/Diploma from a recognized University or CollegeSummarySkills/Qualifications:8+ years’ experience in Contract AdministrationDiploma in Architectural Technology or Degree in ArchitectureExtensive experience on large scale commercial & retail projects Strong English verbal and written communication skillsExcellent interpersonal skills, strong client communication, collaboration and conflict resolution skills requiredExperience in large-scale office, commercial and mixed-use projectsExperience working in a fast paced environmentBasic knowledge of various Canadian Building CodesStrong knowledge and administrative experience with various CCDC construction contracts Strong proficiency with Microsoft Project, Excel, WordKnowledge and experience with the use of Newforma and/or Fieldwire software for site review reports and punch lists is preferredKnowledge and experience with Newforma and or Procore data base contract administration workflows Hold a valid Driver’s license and have a vehicleHold a valid Canadian PassportBe able to travel on short notice, as required, both within the province and other parts of Canada and the U.S.Duties/Responsibilities:Provide construction administration functions for assigned projects on site and within the office including:Work in a collaborative team environment, primarily in construction administration, with involvement as required for the preparation of contract documents including pre-tender document reviewPreparation of tender bid documentsReview Tenders received and contract award recommendations.Review and approval of Trade Contractor Schedule of Values at time of awardBe the prime liaison between CMs/General Contractors, Client/Owner and A/E teams during the Construction Phase of WorkAttend Owner, Architect, Contractor site meetingsParticipate in trade /consultant breakout construction team meetings to resolve escalated site issues or shop drawing detailsCarry out site review visits to monitor the quality and design intent of the contract documents and prepare field site visit reports and distribute them to the teamMaintain RFIs, Shop Drawings, CCNs, CDs, SIs, COs and submittal logsBe responsible for the receipt and timely reply to contractor’s Request for Information (RFIs)Be responsible for the A/E teams timely review and return of contractor shop drawingsPreparation and related administration of site instructions, change directives, change orders, field review reports etc.Review and make recommendations on contractor quotations for the Owner’s approvalPrepare and issue change ordersReview of contractor monthly applications for progress payment, prepare the related Certificates of PaymentsReview and process closeout submittalsAt time of the Contractor’s application for Substantial Performance carryout and prepare the required punch list reportsReport on a regular basis to senior management, outlining status of job cost control and scheduling issues including general progress.Please send your resume to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      Qualifications include:Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsStrong communications skills (written and verbal).Proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook and BluebeamStrong experience producing construction drawings & details with a good interpretation of different construction systemsConfident to make decisions, with a will to succeed.Strong understanding of project dynamics, with solid experience throughout all project phases.Duties include:This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.Candidates must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and should be self-motivated, responsible, assertive and passionate.Tasks include:Working on projects of various stages, scales and complexity.Drafting projects in AutoCad and RevitPreparation and issuance of project deliverables within the project schedule (Design, Permit, Bid, Construction, etc.)Working on multiple projects simultaneously with internal team members and consultants.AdvantagesA Degree/Diploma in Architectural Technology / OAAS This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.ResponsibilitiesQualifications include:Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsStrong communications skills (written and verbal).Proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook and BluebeamStrong experience producing construction drawings & details with a good interpretation of different construction systemsConfident to make decisions, with a will to succeed.Strong understanding of project dynamics, with solid experience throughout all project phases.Duties include:This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.Candidates must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and should be self-motivated, responsible, assertive and passionate.Tasks include:Working on projects of various stages, scales and complexity.Drafting projects in AutoCad and RevitPreparation and issuance of project deliverables within the project schedule (Design, Permit, Bid, Construction, etc.)Working on multiple projects simultaneously with internal team members and consultants.QualificationsA Degree/Diploma in Architectural Technology / OAAS Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsSummaryQualifications include:Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsStrong communications skills (written and verbal).Proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook and BluebeamStrong experience producing construction drawings & details with a good interpretation of different construction systemsConfident to make decisions, with a will to succeed.Strong understanding of project dynamics, with solid experience throughout all project phases.Duties include:This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.Candidates must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and should be self-motivated, responsible, assertive and passionate.Tasks include:Working on projects of various stages, scales and complexity.Drafting projects in AutoCad and RevitPreparation and issuance of project deliverables within the project schedule (Design, Permit, Bid, Construction, etc.)Working on multiple projects simultaneously with internal team members and consultants.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Qualifications include:Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsStrong communications skills (written and verbal).Proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook and BluebeamStrong experience producing construction drawings & details with a good interpretation of different construction systemsConfident to make decisions, with a will to succeed.Strong understanding of project dynamics, with solid experience throughout all project phases.Duties include:This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.Candidates must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and should be self-motivated, responsible, assertive and passionate.Tasks include:Working on projects of various stages, scales and complexity.Drafting projects in AutoCad and RevitPreparation and issuance of project deliverables within the project schedule (Design, Permit, Bid, Construction, etc.)Working on multiple projects simultaneously with internal team members and consultants.AdvantagesA Degree/Diploma in Architectural Technology / OAAS This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.ResponsibilitiesQualifications include:Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsStrong communications skills (written and verbal).Proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook and BluebeamStrong experience producing construction drawings & details with a good interpretation of different construction systemsConfident to make decisions, with a will to succeed.Strong understanding of project dynamics, with solid experience throughout all project phases.Duties include:This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.Candidates must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and should be self-motivated, responsible, assertive and passionate.Tasks include:Working on projects of various stages, scales and complexity.Drafting projects in AutoCad and RevitPreparation and issuance of project deliverables within the project schedule (Design, Permit, Bid, Construction, etc.)Working on multiple projects simultaneously with internal team members and consultants.QualificationsA Degree/Diploma in Architectural Technology / OAAS Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsSummaryQualifications include:Advanced knowledge and application of AutoCAD and RevitCurrent/previous experience working on large scale Retail and Commercial projects.Knowledge of the Ontario Building Code and Municipal By-LawsStrong communications skills (written and verbal).Proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook and BluebeamStrong experience producing construction drawings & details with a good interpretation of different construction systemsConfident to make decisions, with a will to succeed.Strong understanding of project dynamics, with solid experience throughout all project phases.Duties include:This position requires candidates to possess excellent drafting skills, superior attention to detail and the ability to take initiative to follow-through on a wide range of tasks and responsibilities.Each candidate should have a sense of responsibility for their work, can successfully interact with other team members and take direction.Candidates must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment and should be self-motivated, responsible, assertive and passionate.Tasks include:Working on projects of various stages, scales and complexity.Drafting projects in AutoCad and RevitPreparation and issuance of project deliverables within the project schedule (Design, Permit, Bid, Construction, etc.)Working on multiple projects simultaneously with internal team members and consultants.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      We are seeking an experienced Senior Coastal Engineer for an exciting opportunity with a high profile engineering consulting client of ours with a national presence across North America. Our client provides a full range of coastal, geomorphology and hydrotechnical engineering services for local, national and international projects.Advantages- Remote work set up- Excellent compensation and benefits (including share purchase plan, group insurance etc.)- Diverse Project portfolio- Excellent work/life balance- Opportunities for career advancementResponsibilities-Development of innovative and effective approaches to the solution of client problems.-Providing leadership, mentoring and guidance to junior/intermediate level engineers and technicians.-Collaborating with other project teams, internal technical and administrative support groups and other business units on cross-company projects and assignments.-Planning, preparation and guidance of proposals in response to client needs.-Preparing and reviewing project documentation including design briefs, design criteria, engineering reports, drawings and specifications to check accuracy, appropriateness, clarity and consistency and compliance with our clients standards and quality assurance procedures and with client, project requirements, specifications and applicable technical standards.-Undertaking conceptual, preliminary and detailed engineering assignments (including site investigation and construction engineering related services) and providing review and checking functions and responsibilities as required by the project.-Liaising with clients on existing and new projects.-Managing project scope, budgets, schedules and deliverables.Qualifications-A minimum of 10 years of coastal engineering experience, mainly in a Canadian consulting environment.-Registration as a Professional Engineer with EGBC, PEO or an equivalent jurisdiction recognized.-An undergraduate or graduate degree in Civil, Coastal or Ocean Engineering.-A functional understanding of typical port, marine or offshore engineering with a working familiarity with geotechnical engineering, meteorology, vessel and port operations and marine environmental issues and disciplines.-A functional understanding of water resource engineering including: river engineering, tidal and estuarine engineering, hydrology, numerical and physical modeling.-Experience with land use planning and policy guidance related to flooding, climate change and sea level rise.-Experience with the delivery, construction and evaluation of both simple and complex marine infrastructure projects.-Familiarity with CAD and visualizations tools and software.-An ability to work both independently and to prioritize multiple and multi-disciplinary projects and project teams.-Experience delivering multi-discipline marine infrastructure projects.-Familiar with industry standard coastal engineering software.-Familiar with marine design codes and standards.-Strong interpersonal skills and a positive problem solving and collaborative approach.-Fluent in spoken and written English. Multilingual skills are an asset.-Fluent in spoken and written English and experience preparing clear and concise technical documents. Multilingual skills are an asset.-Willingness to travel on short-term (day, week, month long) assignments as necessary. SummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      We are seeking an experienced Senior Coastal Engineer for an exciting opportunity with a high profile engineering consulting client of ours with a national presence across North America. Our client provides a full range of coastal, geomorphology and hydrotechnical engineering services for local, national and international projects.Advantages- Remote work set up- Excellent compensation and benefits (including share purchase plan, group insurance etc.)- Diverse Project portfolio- Excellent work/life balance- Opportunities for career advancementResponsibilities-Development of innovative and effective approaches to the solution of client problems.-Providing leadership, mentoring and guidance to junior/intermediate level engineers and technicians.-Collaborating with other project teams, internal technical and administrative support groups and other business units on cross-company projects and assignments.-Planning, preparation and guidance of proposals in response to client needs.-Preparing and reviewing project documentation including design briefs, design criteria, engineering reports, drawings and specifications to check accuracy, appropriateness, clarity and consistency and compliance with our clients standards and quality assurance procedures and with client, project requirements, specifications and applicable technical standards.-Undertaking conceptual, preliminary and detailed engineering assignments (including site investigation and construction engineering related services) and providing review and checking functions and responsibilities as required by the project.-Liaising with clients on existing and new projects.-Managing project scope, budgets, schedules and deliverables.Qualifications-A minimum of 10 years of coastal engineering experience, mainly in a Canadian consulting environment.-Registration as a Professional Engineer with EGBC, PEO or an equivalent jurisdiction recognized.-An undergraduate or graduate degree in Civil, Coastal or Ocean Engineering.-A functional understanding of typical port, marine or offshore engineering with a working familiarity with geotechnical engineering, meteorology, vessel and port operations and marine environmental issues and disciplines.-A functional understanding of water resource engineering including: river engineering, tidal and estuarine engineering, hydrology, numerical and physical modeling.-Experience with land use planning and policy guidance related to flooding, climate change and sea level rise.-Experience with the delivery, construction and evaluation of both simple and complex marine infrastructure projects.-Familiarity with CAD and visualizations tools and software.-An ability to work both independently and to prioritize multiple and multi-disciplinary projects and project teams.-Experience delivering multi-discipline marine infrastructure projects.-Familiar with industry standard coastal engineering software.-Familiar with marine design codes and standards.-Strong interpersonal skills and a positive problem solving and collaborative approach.-Fluent in spoken and written English. Multilingual skills are an asset.-Fluent in spoken and written English and experience preparing clear and concise technical documents. Multilingual skills are an asset.-Willingness to travel on short-term (day, week, month long) assignments as necessary. SummaryIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      Description:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesBachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)ResponsibilitiesDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsQualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)SummaryDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Description:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesBachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)ResponsibilitiesDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsQualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)SummaryDescription:Responsible for the overall management of projects from an Owner’s (Client’s) perspective in a Project/Portfolio Management Organization (PMO). As an Owner’s Representative you are required to integrate into the client’s organization seamlessly, use the client’s tools/systems, and work within the client’s Project Delivery processes. Along with operating within the client’s organization, you are required to perform internal Burns & McDonnell project management tasks such as staffing plans, client invoices, obtain purchase orders, and other financial requirements. This position requires the ability function in dual organizations with excellent communication skills, time management, and high workloads. Must be a self-starter who can problem solve, manage people, and interface with the client’s executive team. Should have a background in project budgeting with the ability to accurately cash flow projects and explain variances as required. Develops and maintains Project Communications between Utility Owner Team, EPC Teams and other project stakeholders.Monitors the deliverables from Utility Functional Groups and manages the project team resources and personnel to ensure the proper objectives to meeting schedule milestones and maintaining cost are achieved.Management of contractual relationship between Utility and EPC Teams.Manages the project development process for a project through all stages of a project which has been assigned Burns and McDonnell has been assigned Project Manager.Manages the development and submission of Permit Applications for projects assigned.Provides support to Utility for Information Requests (IRs), meetings with stakeholders, open houses and other permitting requirements associated with projects assigned.With input from EPC and Utility functional teams, generate Owner’s Monthly Project Progress ReportDevelops staffing plan for PMO Team for various project stages.Provides project budgets, change orders, cash flow, estimates, and project cost reports to Program Cost Controls Lead who reviews and sends to Owner.Interface with Site Construction Supervisor/and Lead, Safety Representative, Environmental and QA/QC.Coordinates with estimating team during all Project estimate stages for the development of an accurate estimate. Coordinates with functional groups during all estimating for the development of Functional group estimates for budgeting.Provide supervision and mentorship to Program Assistant Project Managers and Program Project Admins.Liaison with outside Project Managers, Customers and Developers regarding Project related items.Review and comment on EPC team contracting plan.Review and comment on EPC team material procurement plan.After transfer of the project Design Basis documentation to the EPC Team supports the development of the EPC project proposals.Supports and advises the EPC team, Utility team, Developers/Customers and Independent System Operator organizations regarding project schedules and project goalsWorks with EPC PM to Develop Project related Risk Management and Mitigation Plans and is responsible for the upkeep of Project Risk Registers.Administration of Change Management between EPC Teams, Utility Functional Groups, Utility Management and other applicable stakeholders.Generate and update Project specific progress reports, Project cost report forecasts, Schedules, Monthly cash flows, Monthly cost reports, Accounts payable reports, BMcD Internal reports, Change order logs, Invoices and ExpensesWorks with Independent System Operator and other agencies to address project requirementsRequirements:Qualifications:4-7+ years applicable experience in project management with experience in the Power utilities. Project Management experience in Transmission and/or Distribution is preferred. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Experience in supporting other industries such as Nuclear, Transportation, Generation in addition to T&D experience will be considered a plus.Proven ability to manage team budgets and schedules with the ability to implement corrective actions and processes at a Project level.Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related science field (Preferred).PEng/PE Certification (Preferred)PMP Certification (Preferred)Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.

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