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      • Burlington, Ontario
      • Contract
      Are you a recent graduate looking to kick off your career with a reputable organization? Would you consider yourself a self starter and well organized individual? Then we would love to hear from you! We are currently recruiting for a contracts administrator. In this role you will be responsible for overseeing clients lease and contract documents, making changes as required and communicating any detail with customers. We are currently seeking candidates who are comfortable with working from home who can correspond effectively with clients and team members.If you have experience within the Financial field and are seeking to grow your career with an excellent employer than we have the perfect opportunity for you! ADVANTAGES- Contract opportunity - 18 months- Ability to apply for permanent positions with the company- $21.60 per hour- Mid January Start- Great hours- 8:30am to 5:00pm with some flexibility - Will be work from home majority of the time to start- Monday to Friday, no weekends! - Great Burlington location with easy access to the QEW. - Opportunity to work from home- Close to the border of Oakville and Burlington- Free parking- In walking distance to great restaurants for lunch!RESPONSIBILITIES- Preparing financing documents- Creating, updating and verifying customer files and accounts- Interacting with various parties to retrieve required documentation, ensuring timely return- Researching information and entering data- Contacting outside creditors- Inputting transactions into leasing system to prepare for funding- Copying and preparing documents- Supporting Credit ManagerQUALIFICATIONS- Business education background is required - BCOMM in Finance is considered a very strong asset- 3+ years of administrative or customer service experience in leasing, preferably in Banking- Knowledge of finance/leasing products, policies, procedures, laws, and regulations- Experienced with Microsoft office - Excel in particular- Detail oriented with a keen eye for errorsSUMMARYIf you are interested in this position, please email your resume to charl.louwl@randstad.ca.Randstad oversees various temporary and permanent administrative roles such as: Reception, Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants, Customer Service/Client Support, Inside Sales, Data Entry, Junior Human Resources, Junior Marketing, and Junior Accounting roles. If you happen to have experience in any of these roles please feel free to reach out to us to discuss future possibilities!Thank you,
      Are you a recent graduate looking to kick off your career with a reputable organization? Would you consider yourself a self starter and well organized individual? Then we would love to hear from you! We are currently recruiting for a contracts administrator. In this role you will be responsible for overseeing clients lease and contract documents, making changes as required and communicating any detail with customers. We are currently seeking candidates who are comfortable with working from home who can correspond effectively with clients and team members.If you have experience within the Financial field and are seeking to grow your career with an excellent employer than we have the perfect opportunity for you! ADVANTAGES- Contract opportunity - 18 months- Ability to apply for permanent positions with the company- $21.60 per hour- Mid January Start- Great hours- 8:30am to 5:00pm with some flexibility - Will be work from home majority of the time to start- Monday to Friday, no weekends! - Great Burlington location with easy access to the QEW. - Opportunity to work from home- Close to the border of Oakville and Burlington- Free parking- In walking distance to great restaurants for lunch!RESPONSIBILITIES- Preparing financing documents- Creating, updating and verifying customer files and accounts- Interacting with various parties to retrieve required documentation, ensuring timely return- Researching information and entering data- Contacting outside creditors- Inputting transactions into leasing system to prepare for funding- Copying and preparing documents- Supporting Credit ManagerQUALIFICATIONS- Business education background is required - BCOMM in Finance is considered a very strong asset- 3+ years of administrative or customer service experience in leasing, preferably in Banking- Knowledge of finance/leasing products, policies, procedures, laws, and regulations- Experienced with Microsoft office - Excel in particular- Detail oriented with a keen eye for errorsSUMMARYIf you are interested in this position, please email your resume to charl.louwl@randstad.ca.Randstad oversees various temporary and permanent administrative roles such as: Reception, Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants, Customer Service/Client Support, Inside Sales, Data Entry, Junior Human Resources, Junior Marketing, and Junior Accounting roles. If you happen to have experience in any of these roles please feel free to reach out to us to discuss future possibilities!Thank you,
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      General Accountability:Reporting to the Manager ¡V Contract Administration, is responsible to co-ordinate andadminister the day-to-day activities associated with bidding/contract award andsubsequent contract administration activities of contracts relating to complex, high valuecontracts involving construction, engineering/architectural consultants and technicalservices consistent with the Commission's procurement policy and departmentalprocedures and guidelines.Duties and Responsibilities:Shall have responsibility for but not limited to:Developing commercial conditions/documentation for bids/proposals and contractsincluding special commercial conditions.Developing evaluation criteria and weighting for use in evaluating and comparingconsultant and technical proposals.Co-ordinating the bidding process including preparation of public advertisements,determining the necessity for and co-ordinating the issuance of addenda.Co-ordinating all communication with bidders and providing responses to bidders¡¦enquiries prior to bid closing.Obtaining competitive bids/proposals.Completing commercial evaluations and commercial/technical recommendation reports.Co-ordinating contract award and preparing award letters, purchase orders and contractdocuments.Interpreting contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirementsof the scope of the work.Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions.Processing work plan/work assignment releases.„h Administering payment process including negotiating contract price breakdownsprogress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates ofpayments and assessing back charges and liquidated damages.Negotiating final settlement of quantities for unit price contracts.Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act.Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims.Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives.Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims.Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinatingsupport from other departments.Skills, Knowledge & Experience:University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination ofeducation, training and experience deemed to be equivalent.Knowledge of procurement and/or contract administration concepts andpractices.Strong mathematical skills.Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, IFS, Focus, SharePoint.Effective interpersonal, organizational, multi-tasking, verbal and written communicationskills and the ability to co-ordinate efforts of others to accomplish objectives.Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi task effectively.Effective analytical and problem solving skills and must be detailed oriented.Sound judgement and strong communication skills, both oral and written.Ability to prioritize the various activities to maximize efficiency and meetdeadlines.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
      General Accountability:Reporting to the Manager ¡V Contract Administration, is responsible to co-ordinate andadminister the day-to-day activities associated with bidding/contract award andsubsequent contract administration activities of contracts relating to complex, high valuecontracts involving construction, engineering/architectural consultants and technicalservices consistent with the Commission's procurement policy and departmentalprocedures and guidelines.Duties and Responsibilities:Shall have responsibility for but not limited to:Developing commercial conditions/documentation for bids/proposals and contractsincluding special commercial conditions.Developing evaluation criteria and weighting for use in evaluating and comparingconsultant and technical proposals.Co-ordinating the bidding process including preparation of public advertisements,determining the necessity for and co-ordinating the issuance of addenda.Co-ordinating all communication with bidders and providing responses to bidders¡¦enquiries prior to bid closing.Obtaining competitive bids/proposals.Completing commercial evaluations and commercial/technical recommendation reports.Co-ordinating contract award and preparing award letters, purchase orders and contractdocuments.Interpreting contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirementsof the scope of the work.Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions.Processing work plan/work assignment releases.„h Administering payment process including negotiating contract price breakdownsprogress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates ofpayments and assessing back charges and liquidated damages.Negotiating final settlement of quantities for unit price contracts.Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act.Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims.Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives.Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims.Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinatingsupport from other departments.Skills, Knowledge & Experience:University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination ofeducation, training and experience deemed to be equivalent.Knowledge of procurement and/or contract administration concepts andpractices.Strong mathematical skills.Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, IFS, Focus, SharePoint.Effective interpersonal, organizational, multi-tasking, verbal and written communicationskills and the ability to co-ordinate efforts of others to accomplish objectives.Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi task effectively.Effective analytical and problem solving skills and must be detailed oriented.Sound judgement and strong communication skills, both oral and written.Ability to prioritize the various activities to maximize efficiency and meetdeadlines.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
      • North York, Ontario
      • Contract
      Reporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the companies procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caADVANTAGESReporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the Commission's procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESReporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the companies procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQUALIFICATIONSEducational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;SUMMARYReporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the companies procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
      Reporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the companies procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caADVANTAGESReporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the Commission's procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESReporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the companies procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQUALIFICATIONSEducational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;SUMMARYReporting to the Category Manager, the ACS is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activitiesassociated with contract administration activities of contracts relating to contracts involving design engineeringconsultants services consistent with the companies procurement policy and departmental procedures andguidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Interpreting Contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework; Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions; Processing work plan releases; Administrating payment process including negotiating contract price breakdowns, Progress payments, off-site inventory payments, preparing/processing certificates of payments and assessingback charges and liquidated damages; Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Lien Act; Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims; Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives; Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims; Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications: University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent; Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience: Approximately one (1) to three (3) years of procurement experience; Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practices; Experience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counsel Experience conducting procurement projects in the public sector.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      Project Description:Reporting to the Category Manager, is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activities associatedwith bidding/contract award and subsequent contract administration activities relating to complex, high value contractsinvolving engineering/architectural consultants and technical services; design and supply of equipment, andconstruction consistent with the TTC¡¦s procurement policy and departmental procedures and guidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities:Developing commercial conditions/documentation for bids/proposals and contracts including specialcommercial conditions.Developing evaluation criteria and weighting for use in evaluating and comparing consultant and technicalproposals.Coordinating the bidding process including preparation of public advertisements, determining the necessity forand coordinating the issuance of addenda.Coordinating all communication with bidders and providing responses to bidders¡¦ enquiries prior to bid closing;Obtaining competitive bids/proposals.Completing commercial evaluations and commercial/technical recommendation reports.Coordinating contract award and preparing award letters, purchase orders and contract documents.Interpreting contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework.Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions.Processing work plan/work assignment releases.Administering payment process including preparing/processing certificates of payments, negotiating contractprice breakdowns, progress payments, off-site inventory payments, and assessing back charges and liquidateddamages. Negotiating final settlement of quantities for unit price contracts.Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Act.Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims.Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives.Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims.Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience: Educational Qualifications:University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent.Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience:Minimum five (5) years of procurement experience. Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practicesExperience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counselExperience conducting procurement projects in the public sectorExperience leading and/or managing procurement processes for procuring goods or services, utilizing leadingpractices and methodologies which may include dialogue, and/collaboration with vendorsExperience providing strategic advice to support client in planning, developing and executing of procurementprocesses for complex/advanced procurementExperience working with clients and key stakeholders to develop problem statements, outcome-basedspecifications and value-based evaluation criteriaOther Skills and Technical Requirements:Strong mathematical skills;Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, SharePoint;Effective interpersonal, organizational, multi-tasking, verbal and written communication skillsAbility to co-ordinate efforts of others to accomplish objectives.Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi task effectively.Effective analytical and problem solving skills and must be detailed oriented.Ability to prioritize the various activities to maximize efficiency and meet deadlines. Please send your resume in confidence tp paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
      Project Description:Reporting to the Category Manager, is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activities associatedwith bidding/contract award and subsequent contract administration activities relating to complex, high value contractsinvolving engineering/architectural consultants and technical services; design and supply of equipment, andconstruction consistent with the TTC¡¦s procurement policy and departmental procedures and guidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities:Developing commercial conditions/documentation for bids/proposals and contracts including specialcommercial conditions.Developing evaluation criteria and weighting for use in evaluating and comparing consultant and technicalproposals.Coordinating the bidding process including preparation of public advertisements, determining the necessity forand coordinating the issuance of addenda.Coordinating all communication with bidders and providing responses to bidders¡¦ enquiries prior to bid closing;Obtaining competitive bids/proposals.Completing commercial evaluations and commercial/technical recommendation reports.Coordinating contract award and preparing award letters, purchase orders and contract documents.Interpreting contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework.Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions.Processing work plan/work assignment releases.Administering payment process including preparing/processing certificates of payments, negotiating contractprice breakdowns, progress payments, off-site inventory payments, and assessing back charges and liquidateddamages. Negotiating final settlement of quantities for unit price contracts.Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Act.Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims.Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives.Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims.Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments.Educational Qualifications and Experience: Educational Qualifications:University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalent.Accreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset;Experience:Minimum five (5) years of procurement experience. Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practicesExperience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counselExperience conducting procurement projects in the public sectorExperience leading and/or managing procurement processes for procuring goods or services, utilizing leadingpractices and methodologies which may include dialogue, and/collaboration with vendorsExperience providing strategic advice to support client in planning, developing and executing of procurementprocesses for complex/advanced procurementExperience working with clients and key stakeholders to develop problem statements, outcome-basedspecifications and value-based evaluation criteriaOther Skills and Technical Requirements:Strong mathematical skills;Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, SharePoint;Effective interpersonal, organizational, multi-tasking, verbal and written communication skillsAbility to co-ordinate efforts of others to accomplish objectives.Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi task effectively.Effective analytical and problem solving skills and must be detailed oriented.Ability to prioritize the various activities to maximize efficiency and meet deadlines. Please send your resume in confidence tp paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Contract
      Reporting to the Category Manager, is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activities associatedwith bidding/contract award and subsequent contract administration activities relating to complex, high value contractsinvolving engineering/architectural consultants and technical services; design and supply of equipment, andconstruction consistent with the clients procurement policy and departmental procedures and guidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities:Developing commercial conditions/documentation for bids/proposals and contracts including specialcommercial conditions.Developing evaluation criteria and weighting for use in evaluating and comparing consultant and technicalproposals.Coordinating the bidding process including preparation of public advertisements, determining the necessity forand coordinating the issuance of addenda.Coordinating all communication with bidders and providing responses to bidders¡¦ enquiries prior to bid closing.Obtaining competitive bids/proposals.Completing commercial evaluations and commercial/technical recommendation reports.Coordinating contract award and preparing award letters, purchase orders and contract documents.Interpreting contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework.Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions.Processing work plan/work assignment releases.Administering payment process including preparing/processing certificates of payments, negotiating contractprice breakdowns, progress payments, off-site inventory payments, and assessing back charges and liquidateddamages.Negotiating final settlement of quantities for unit price contracts.Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Act.Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims.Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives.Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims.Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments. Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications:University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalentAccreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset.Experience:Minimum five (5) years of procurement experience.Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practicesExperience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counselExperience conducting procurement projects in the public sectorExperience leading and/or managing procurement processes for procuring goods or services, utilizing leadingpractices and methodologies which may include dialogue, and/collaboration with vendorsExperience providing strategic advice to support client in planning, developing and executing of procurementprocesses for complex/advanced procurementExperience working with clients and key stakeholders to develop problem statements, outcome-basedspecifications and value-based evaluation criteriaOther Skills and Technical Requirements:Strong mathematical skills.Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, SharePointEffective interpersonal, organizational, multi-tasking, verbal and written communication skillsAbility to co-ordinate efforts of others to accomplish objectives.Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi task effectively.Effective analytical and problem solving skills and must be detailed oriented.Ability to prioritize the various activities to maximize efficiency and meet deadlines.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
      Reporting to the Category Manager, is responsible to co-ordinate and administer the day-to-day activities associatedwith bidding/contract award and subsequent contract administration activities relating to complex, high value contractsinvolving engineering/architectural consultants and technical services; design and supply of equipment, andconstruction consistent with the clients procurement policy and departmental procedures and guidelines.Description of Duties and Responsibilities:Developing commercial conditions/documentation for bids/proposals and contracts including specialcommercial conditions.Developing evaluation criteria and weighting for use in evaluating and comparing consultant and technicalproposals.Coordinating the bidding process including preparation of public advertisements, determining the necessity forand coordinating the issuance of addenda.Coordinating all communication with bidders and providing responses to bidders¡¦ enquiries prior to bid closing.Obtaining competitive bids/proposals.Completing commercial evaluations and commercial/technical recommendation reports.Coordinating contract award and preparing award letters, purchase orders and contract documents.Interpreting contract and ensuring compliance with contract terms and the requirements of the scope of thework.Evaluating/negotiating commercial aspects of work plan submissions.Processing work plan/work assignment releases.Administering payment process including preparing/processing certificates of payments, negotiating contractprice breakdowns, progress payments, off-site inventory payments, and assessing back charges and liquidateddamages.Negotiating final settlement of quantities for unit price contracts.Processing release of holdback payments as per Construction Act.Preparing estimates for proposed changes/amendments/claims.Processing requests for quotes, contract amendments/changes and change directives.Evaluating and preparing analysis of contractor's submissions for changes and claims.Analyzing rationale for contract changes/claims with contractor's as well as coordinating support from otherdepartments. Educational Qualifications and Experience:Educational Qualifications:University degree or College Diploma in a relevant discipline or a combination of education, training andexperience deemed to be equivalentAccreditation as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator, Certified Professional Purchaser (CPP),Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO), orequivalent is considered an asset.Experience:Minimum five (5) years of procurement experience.Knowledge of public procurement and/or contract administration concepts and practicesExperience in contract development, in cooperation with legal counselExperience conducting procurement projects in the public sectorExperience leading and/or managing procurement processes for procuring goods or services, utilizing leadingpractices and methodologies which may include dialogue, and/collaboration with vendorsExperience providing strategic advice to support client in planning, developing and executing of procurementprocesses for complex/advanced procurementExperience working with clients and key stakeholders to develop problem statements, outcome-basedspecifications and value-based evaluation criteriaOther Skills and Technical Requirements:Strong mathematical skills.Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, SharePointEffective interpersonal, organizational, multi-tasking, verbal and written communication skillsAbility to co-ordinate efforts of others to accomplish objectives.Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi task effectively.Effective analytical and problem solving skills and must be detailed oriented.Ability to prioritize the various activities to maximize efficiency and meet deadlines.Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
      • North York, Ontario
      • Contract
      Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Liaise with user departments, vendors, public sector entities and other transit organizations to provide guidanceand advice regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Evaluate procurement requirements, issue formal and informal tenders/proposals for goods and services,addenda, evaluate bid responses based on qualitative and quantitative criteria and, write recommendationreports. Provide guidance to various end-user departments regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Review the validity of procurement requirements considering knowledge of the professions, trades, markets, policy and procedures. Assist with reviewing and redesigning category procurement strategies as required. Conduct key negotiations with vendors. Propose and assist with implementing cost reduction strategies. Assist with recommending sourcing opportunities for short- term and long-term. Analyze current vendor expenditures and landscape/market for assigned categories/sub-categories of spend. Enhance service, quality, cost, lead time, value and risk by driving strategic supplier selection. Continually improve the supply base structure and develop alternate sources of supply to leverage company spendand while ensuring goods/services are made available within schedule. Monitor and improve metrics to drive supplier performance, risk assessment savings and developmentinitiatives for overall spend categories. Pursue improved service levels and total cost of ownership savings, developing and maintaining lists ofqualified bidders for goods and services. Promotes a respectful work and service environment that supports diversity, inclusion, and is free fromharassment and discrimination. Provides leadership in the development and implementation of inclusive andaccessible policies, programs and/or services for employees and customers in accordance with company commitments and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and Related Orders, theAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and company policies. Educational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.Other Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caADVANTAGESOther Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). RESPONSIBILITIESDescription of Duties and Responsibilities: Liaise with user departments, vendors, public sector entities and other transit organizations to provide guidanceand advice regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Evaluate procurement requirements, issue formal and informal tenders/proposals for goods and services,addenda, evaluate bid responses based on qualitative and quantitative criteria and, write recommendationreports. Provide guidance to various end-user departments regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Review the validity of procurement requirements considering knowledge of the professions, trades, markets, policy and procedures. Assist with reviewing and redesigning category procurement strategies as required. Conduct key negotiations with vendors. Propose and assist with implementing cost reduction strategies. Assist with recommending sourcing opportunities for short- term and long-term. Analyze current vendor expenditures and landscape/market for assigned categories/sub-categories of spend. Enhance service, quality, cost, lead time, value and risk by driving strategic supplier selection. Continually improve the supply base structure and develop alternate sources of supply to leverage company spendand while ensuring goods/services are made available within schedule. Monitor and improve metrics to drive supplier performance, risk assessment savings and developmentinitiatives for overall spend categories. Pursue improved service levels and total cost of ownership savings, developing and maintaining lists ofqualified bidders for goods and services. Promotes a respectful work and service environment that supports diversity, inclusion, and is free fromharassment and discrimination. Provides leadership in the development and implementation of inclusive andaccessible policies, programs and/or services for employees and customers in accordance with company commitments and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and Related Orders, theAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and company policies. Educational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.Other Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQUALIFICATIONSEducational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.SUMMARYDescription of Duties and Responsibilities: Liaise with user departments, vendors, public sector entities and other transit organizations to provide guidanceand advice regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Evaluate procurement requirements, issue formal and informal tenders/proposals for goods and services,addenda, evaluate bid responses based on qualitative and quantitative criteria and, write recommendationreports. Provide guidance to various end-user departments regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Review the validity of procurement requirements considering knowledge of the professions, trades, markets, policy and procedures. Assist with reviewing and redesigning category procurement strategies as required. Conduct key negotiations with vendors. Propose and assist with implementing cost reduction strategies. Assist with recommending sourcing opportunities for short- term and long-term. Analyze current vendor expenditures and landscape/market for assigned categories/sub-categories of spend. Enhance service, quality, cost, lead time, value and risk by driving strategic supplier selection. Continually improve the supply base structure and develop alternate sources of supply to leverage company spendand while ensuring goods/services are made available within schedule. Monitor and improve metrics to drive supplier performance, risk assessment savings and developmentinitiatives for overall spend categories. Pursue improved service levels and total cost of ownership savings, developing and maintaining lists ofqualified bidders for goods and services. Promotes a respectful work and service environment that supports diversity, inclusion, and is free fromharassment and discrimination. Provides leadership in the development and implementation of inclusive andaccessible policies, programs and/or services for employees and customers in accordance with company commitments and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and Related Orders, theAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and company policies. Educational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.Other Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
      Description of Duties and Responsibilities: Liaise with user departments, vendors, public sector entities and other transit organizations to provide guidanceand advice regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Evaluate procurement requirements, issue formal and informal tenders/proposals for goods and services,addenda, evaluate bid responses based on qualitative and quantitative criteria and, write recommendationreports. Provide guidance to various end-user departments regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Review the validity of procurement requirements considering knowledge of the professions, trades, markets, policy and procedures. Assist with reviewing and redesigning category procurement strategies as required. Conduct key negotiations with vendors. Propose and assist with implementing cost reduction strategies. Assist with recommending sourcing opportunities for short- term and long-term. Analyze current vendor expenditures and landscape/market for assigned categories/sub-categories of spend. Enhance service, quality, cost, lead time, value and risk by driving strategic supplier selection. Continually improve the supply base structure and develop alternate sources of supply to leverage company spendand while ensuring goods/services are made available within schedule. Monitor and improve metrics to drive supplier performance, risk assessment savings and developmentinitiatives for overall spend categories. Pursue improved service levels and total cost of ownership savings, developing and maintaining lists ofqualified bidders for goods and services. Promotes a respectful work and service environment that supports diversity, inclusion, and is free fromharassment and discrimination. Provides leadership in the development and implementation of inclusive andaccessible policies, programs and/or services for employees and customers in accordance with company commitments and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and Related Orders, theAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and company policies. Educational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.Other Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caADVANTAGESOther Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). RESPONSIBILITIESDescription of Duties and Responsibilities: Liaise with user departments, vendors, public sector entities and other transit organizations to provide guidanceand advice regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Evaluate procurement requirements, issue formal and informal tenders/proposals for goods and services,addenda, evaluate bid responses based on qualitative and quantitative criteria and, write recommendationreports. Provide guidance to various end-user departments regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Review the validity of procurement requirements considering knowledge of the professions, trades, markets, policy and procedures. Assist with reviewing and redesigning category procurement strategies as required. Conduct key negotiations with vendors. Propose and assist with implementing cost reduction strategies. Assist with recommending sourcing opportunities for short- term and long-term. Analyze current vendor expenditures and landscape/market for assigned categories/sub-categories of spend. Enhance service, quality, cost, lead time, value and risk by driving strategic supplier selection. Continually improve the supply base structure and develop alternate sources of supply to leverage company spendand while ensuring goods/services are made available within schedule. Monitor and improve metrics to drive supplier performance, risk assessment savings and developmentinitiatives for overall spend categories. Pursue improved service levels and total cost of ownership savings, developing and maintaining lists ofqualified bidders for goods and services. Promotes a respectful work and service environment that supports diversity, inclusion, and is free fromharassment and discrimination. Provides leadership in the development and implementation of inclusive andaccessible policies, programs and/or services for employees and customers in accordance with company commitments and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and Related Orders, theAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and company policies. Educational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.Other Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQUALIFICATIONSEducational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.SUMMARYDescription of Duties and Responsibilities: Liaise with user departments, vendors, public sector entities and other transit organizations to provide guidanceand advice regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Evaluate procurement requirements, issue formal and informal tenders/proposals for goods and services,addenda, evaluate bid responses based on qualitative and quantitative criteria and, write recommendationreports. Provide guidance to various end-user departments regarding commercial, financial and contractual matters. Review the validity of procurement requirements considering knowledge of the professions, trades, markets, policy and procedures. Assist with reviewing and redesigning category procurement strategies as required. Conduct key negotiations with vendors. Propose and assist with implementing cost reduction strategies. Assist with recommending sourcing opportunities for short- term and long-term. Analyze current vendor expenditures and landscape/market for assigned categories/sub-categories of spend. Enhance service, quality, cost, lead time, value and risk by driving strategic supplier selection. Continually improve the supply base structure and develop alternate sources of supply to leverage company spendand while ensuring goods/services are made available within schedule. Monitor and improve metrics to drive supplier performance, risk assessment savings and developmentinitiatives for overall spend categories. Pursue improved service levels and total cost of ownership savings, developing and maintaining lists ofqualified bidders for goods and services. Promotes a respectful work and service environment that supports diversity, inclusion, and is free fromharassment and discrimination. Provides leadership in the development and implementation of inclusive andaccessible policies, programs and/or services for employees and customers in accordance with company commitments and obligations under the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and Related Orders, theAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and company policies. Educational Qualifications and Experience: Post-Secondary Educated in a Business Discipline (Finance, Supply Chain and/or Procurement). SCMA Accredited or in progress. Previous Public Sector Procurement Experience. Project Management/Scheduling Skillsets and understanding of Critical Milestones. Microsoft Word and Excel. Access also ideal. Understanding on Contract Law and Public Procurement Contract Principles. ERP Systems Experience Professional Services Experience Ability to produce analytical/quantitative analysis. Ability to develop and execute on Negotiation Strategies.Other Skills and Technical Requirements: Plan and organize daily workload activities. Developed Communication Skillsets (Written and Verbal) resulting in comprehensive narratives subject toExecutive and Board Approvals. Ability to work Independently and as part of a larger team (if required). Please send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
      • London, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Our client in London, ON has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Civil Engineer, who has an interest in taking on a Project Management scope of work, to join their growing team! As a Civil Engineer, you will be responsible for managing and leading projects for private and public sector projects across Ontario including subdivisions, apartment buildings, commercial developments, road reconstructions, parking lot replacements, etc. You will also be responsible for mentoring and directing the design team, as well as reviewing and sealing (if possible) their own as well as others' design work.ADVANTAGESThis is a permanent opportunity with a full service engineering organization that is focused on positive working relationships and a high caliber of professional service; Offering a competitive salary, performance bonuses, RRSP Matching Program, Benefits, Vacation and Flexibility. RESPONSIBILITIES• Preparation of Civil Engineering Design and Documents for projects related to land development and municipal projects such as subdivisions, site plans, road reconstructions, parking lot replacements, etc.• Design of civil infrastructure including site servicing, grading, stormwater management, watermains, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, noise studies, etc.• Review designs (calculations and reports) and drawings to ensure accuracy, adequacy, and conformance to the design**PM duties**• Project management duties including assisting with proposals, responsible for projects from the initiating to closing phases and being the main point of contact with project stakeholders• Coordinate daily team priorities to achieve project milestones• When required, preparation/review of tender/contract documents and act as tender and contract administrator• When required, coordinate/review/assist field staff with site investigations, general reviews of construction, and preparation of field review reports• See projects through from inception to completion.• Coordinate all aspects of projects with several discipline’s designs and drawingsRepresent the company with approval authorities and third parties for coordinationQUALIFICATIONS• B.Sc. or M.Sc. Civil Engineering OR C.E.T or C.Tech with relevant experience.• P.Eng or working towards• 4+ years of experience in Civil Engineering within Canada• Experience with the Ontario Building Code and engineering design codes• Strong time management skills• Effective team leader• Independent worker• Access to reliable transportation for travel• Proficient in AutoCAD, preference given to those with Civil3D experience.• NICE TO HAVE: EPANET & MIDUSS engineering software.SUMMARYIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
      Our client in London, ON has partnered with Randstad Engineering in their search for a Civil Engineer, who has an interest in taking on a Project Management scope of work, to join their growing team! As a Civil Engineer, you will be responsible for managing and leading projects for private and public sector projects across Ontario including subdivisions, apartment buildings, commercial developments, road reconstructions, parking lot replacements, etc. You will also be responsible for mentoring and directing the design team, as well as reviewing and sealing (if possible) their own as well as others' design work.ADVANTAGESThis is a permanent opportunity with a full service engineering organization that is focused on positive working relationships and a high caliber of professional service; Offering a competitive salary, performance bonuses, RRSP Matching Program, Benefits, Vacation and Flexibility. RESPONSIBILITIES• Preparation of Civil Engineering Design and Documents for projects related to land development and municipal projects such as subdivisions, site plans, road reconstructions, parking lot replacements, etc.• Design of civil infrastructure including site servicing, grading, stormwater management, watermains, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, noise studies, etc.• Review designs (calculations and reports) and drawings to ensure accuracy, adequacy, and conformance to the design**PM duties**• Project management duties including assisting with proposals, responsible for projects from the initiating to closing phases and being the main point of contact with project stakeholders• Coordinate daily team priorities to achieve project milestones• When required, preparation/review of tender/contract documents and act as tender and contract administrator• When required, coordinate/review/assist field staff with site investigations, general reviews of construction, and preparation of field review reports• See projects through from inception to completion.• Coordinate all aspects of projects with several discipline’s designs and drawingsRepresent the company with approval authorities and third parties for coordinationQUALIFICATIONS• B.Sc. or M.Sc. Civil Engineering OR C.E.T or C.Tech with relevant experience.• P.Eng or working towards• 4+ years of experience in Civil Engineering within Canada• Experience with the Ontario Building Code and engineering design codes• Strong time management skills• Effective team leader• Independent worker• Access to reliable transportation for travel• Proficient in AutoCAD, preference given to those with Civil3D experience.• NICE TO HAVE: EPANET & MIDUSS engineering software.SUMMARYIf you are interested in this opportunity, apply today! Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

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