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        • Toronto, Ontario
        • Contract
        Our client is currently looking for an Intermediate Structural Engineer. The successful candidate will have 5 years of Structural Engineering experience with experience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.Education:5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesExperience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.ResponsibilitiesOur client is currently looking for an Intermediate Structural Engineer. The successful candidate will have 5 years of Structural Engineering experience with experience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.Education:5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetSummaryOur client is currently looking for an Intermediate Structural Engineer. The successful candidate will have 5 years of Structural Engineering experience with experience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.Education:5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
        Our client is currently looking for an Intermediate Structural Engineer. The successful candidate will have 5 years of Structural Engineering experience with experience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.Education:5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesExperience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.ResponsibilitiesOur client is currently looking for an Intermediate Structural Engineer. The successful candidate will have 5 years of Structural Engineering experience with experience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.Education:5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualifications5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetSummaryOur client is currently looking for an Intermediate Structural Engineer. The successful candidate will have 5 years of Structural Engineering experience with experience in designing reinforced concrete marine structures such as piers, decks and retaining walls.Education:5 years of Structural Engineering experience from a recognized UniversityStrong Design skillsStrong skills using AutoCAD P.Eng is considered an assetPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
        • Toronto, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you an experienced leader in the Mineral Processing Engineering world?Do you feel limited by your current role?If you're looking for a challenge, this could be the right opportunity for you!Job Description:● Be the primary custodian of the company's mineral processing engineering skills, capabilities, methods, systems and tools in order to achieve excellence● Provide the highest level of mineral processing expertise to design and manage projects undertaken● Lead the development of new business● Support the discipline leads and provide overall leadership to the mineral process engineering group● Manage the technical resources of the mineral processing group to ensure the necessary skills, up-to-date knowledge, experience and resources to efficiently produce quality and effective engineering outcomes are available in each region● Work with HR for staffing and talent management● Manage the quality of engineering work carried out by the group and take remedial action when necessary● Coordinate strategic planning for the mineral processing group● Manage, promote and take technical leadership of process innovation initiatives, including but not limited to comminution, ore sorting and leaching● Lead feasibility studies● Participate and Manage mill site audits, due diligence, studies, detail design and operational improvement of existing operations● Play a leading role in Procurement efforts● Keep up to date with technology and operational developments in mineral processing and ensure that the global group does likewise● Interacting with engineering discipline leads regarding scheduling, estimating● Work in a paperless and semi-remote environmentAdvantagesAbility to make significant impact in a growing organization.Competitive compensation package.Ability to shape all aspects of company business and client projects.ResponsibilitiesREQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS● At least ten years’ experience performing minerals processing engineering projects with a preference toward design-build engagements within the industry● Former experience managing a Mineral Process engineering team and providing Business Development Support● Engineering experience with project delivery in Mineral Processing and Energy sectors, with specific experience in Mineral Process Engineering Projects● Management with a proven track record of project and study management across a broad range of metals including copper, nickel, gold, uranium, and iron ores● Proven ability to conduct due diligence reviews of multiple base metal and iron ore projects for financial institutions and mining clients● Understanding of and experience with project lifecycle processes, lifecycle risk assessments, gate reviews, project governance and performance assurance processes● Demonstrated ability to successfully manage studies with multiple contributing offices, geographies and sub-consultants● Ability to take both a high level and detailed view as necessary for differing levels of study and project execution● Understanding of and experience with project delivery (Design and project controls/management) software systems and tools● Experience with Business Intelligence systems, development and analysis of KPIs, trend analysis and other performance metrics● High level of experience in process plant studies, operations and execution/management in varied commodities, locations, climates and environmentsQualificationsREQUIRED EDUCATION● Degree from a recognized university in Engineering, either process, metallurgy or mechanical engineering● Training in Procurement, Project ManagementSummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contacted Please visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.
        Are you an experienced leader in the Mineral Processing Engineering world?Do you feel limited by your current role?If you're looking for a challenge, this could be the right opportunity for you!Job Description:● Be the primary custodian of the company's mineral processing engineering skills, capabilities, methods, systems and tools in order to achieve excellence● Provide the highest level of mineral processing expertise to design and manage projects undertaken● Lead the development of new business● Support the discipline leads and provide overall leadership to the mineral process engineering group● Manage the technical resources of the mineral processing group to ensure the necessary skills, up-to-date knowledge, experience and resources to efficiently produce quality and effective engineering outcomes are available in each region● Work with HR for staffing and talent management● Manage the quality of engineering work carried out by the group and take remedial action when necessary● Coordinate strategic planning for the mineral processing group● Manage, promote and take technical leadership of process innovation initiatives, including but not limited to comminution, ore sorting and leaching● Lead feasibility studies● Participate and Manage mill site audits, due diligence, studies, detail design and operational improvement of existing operations● Play a leading role in Procurement efforts● Keep up to date with technology and operational developments in mineral processing and ensure that the global group does likewise● Interacting with engineering discipline leads regarding scheduling, estimating● Work in a paperless and semi-remote environmentAdvantagesAbility to make significant impact in a growing organization.Competitive compensation package.Ability to shape all aspects of company business and client projects.ResponsibilitiesREQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS● At least ten years’ experience performing minerals processing engineering projects with a preference toward design-build engagements within the industry● Former experience managing a Mineral Process engineering team and providing Business Development Support● Engineering experience with project delivery in Mineral Processing and Energy sectors, with specific experience in Mineral Process Engineering Projects● Management with a proven track record of project and study management across a broad range of metals including copper, nickel, gold, uranium, and iron ores● Proven ability to conduct due diligence reviews of multiple base metal and iron ore projects for financial institutions and mining clients● Understanding of and experience with project lifecycle processes, lifecycle risk assessments, gate reviews, project governance and performance assurance processes● Demonstrated ability to successfully manage studies with multiple contributing offices, geographies and sub-consultants● Ability to take both a high level and detailed view as necessary for differing levels of study and project execution● Understanding of and experience with project delivery (Design and project controls/management) software systems and tools● Experience with Business Intelligence systems, development and analysis of KPIs, trend analysis and other performance metrics● High level of experience in process plant studies, operations and execution/management in varied commodities, locations, climates and environmentsQualificationsREQUIRED EDUCATION● Degree from a recognized university in Engineering, either process, metallurgy or mechanical engineering● Training in Procurement, Project ManagementSummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contacted Please visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.
        • Toronto, Ontario
        • Contract
        Randstad Engineering is seeking a Mechanical Plant Layout Designer on behalf of our Client, a Toronto-based consulting firm providing engineering and project delivery services for the mining sector.Duties and Responsibilities:- Production of mechanical layouts and plant design using Plant3D or related software- Extracting drawings from a 3-D model - Develop Equipment Lists with Engineering - Locate all equipment - Prepare and review drawings and designs to ensure standards of quality and accuracy are met - Read, understand, and comment on manufacturer equipment drawings and specifications, work and collaborate with other discipline team - Work in conjunction with the engineers, working from the engineer's directions - Creating CAD drawings as per customer rules and presentation requirements - Coordinate with all disciplines on requirements for assigned area - Coordinate with all disciplines on routing and space allotment - Coordinate with other offices/companies at interfaces between design areas - Review specifications and vendor documentation for associated equipment AdvantagesAbility to join a growing team in a fast paced, exciting industryFlexible work environmentTeam atmosphereCompetitive compensationResponsibilities- Production of mechanical layouts and plant design using Plant3D or related software- Extracting drawings from a 3-D model - Develop Equipment Lists with Engineering - Locate all equipment - Prepare and review drawings and designs to ensure standards of quality and accuracy are met - Read, understand, and comment on manufacturer equipment drawings and specifications, work and collaborate with other discipline team - Work in conjunction with the engineers, working from the engineer's directions - Creating CAD drawings as per customer rules and presentation requirements - Coordinate with all disciplines on requirements for assigned area - Coordinate with all disciplines on routing and space allotment - Coordinate with other offices/companies at interfaces between design areas - Review specifications and vendor documentation for associated equipment Qualifications- Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology with North American experience in mining and mineral or similar industries - 5 - 7 years' design experience, preferably in the consulting industry, (preference will be given to those candidate with experience in Gold Mining projects) - Experience in process-plant mechanical design and layout design in 3D environment - Experience in site development - Experience designing in a large equipment and conveyors environment - Proficiency in the use of 3-D modeling platforms. - Experience with 3D Design tools such as Plant3D, Microstation V8, PDMS-E3D, Navisworks, Smart Plant Reviewer, Laser scan tools, Quanta point, Leica Geosystems TruView, etc- Experience in programing in any environment will be an advantage. - A good understanding of mechanical equipment in relation to operation and maintenance - A good understanding related to other disciplines (Civil, Structural, Architectural, Piping, Building Services, Electrical and Instrumentation & Controls) design, equipment and layout requirements - Ability to work in a multi discipline environment SummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at Brian.Roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions
        Randstad Engineering is seeking a Mechanical Plant Layout Designer on behalf of our Client, a Toronto-based consulting firm providing engineering and project delivery services for the mining sector.Duties and Responsibilities:- Production of mechanical layouts and plant design using Plant3D or related software- Extracting drawings from a 3-D model - Develop Equipment Lists with Engineering - Locate all equipment - Prepare and review drawings and designs to ensure standards of quality and accuracy are met - Read, understand, and comment on manufacturer equipment drawings and specifications, work and collaborate with other discipline team - Work in conjunction with the engineers, working from the engineer's directions - Creating CAD drawings as per customer rules and presentation requirements - Coordinate with all disciplines on requirements for assigned area - Coordinate with all disciplines on routing and space allotment - Coordinate with other offices/companies at interfaces between design areas - Review specifications and vendor documentation for associated equipment AdvantagesAbility to join a growing team in a fast paced, exciting industryFlexible work environmentTeam atmosphereCompetitive compensationResponsibilities- Production of mechanical layouts and plant design using Plant3D or related software- Extracting drawings from a 3-D model - Develop Equipment Lists with Engineering - Locate all equipment - Prepare and review drawings and designs to ensure standards of quality and accuracy are met - Read, understand, and comment on manufacturer equipment drawings and specifications, work and collaborate with other discipline team - Work in conjunction with the engineers, working from the engineer's directions - Creating CAD drawings as per customer rules and presentation requirements - Coordinate with all disciplines on requirements for assigned area - Coordinate with all disciplines on routing and space allotment - Coordinate with other offices/companies at interfaces between design areas - Review specifications and vendor documentation for associated equipment Qualifications- Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology with North American experience in mining and mineral or similar industries - 5 - 7 years' design experience, preferably in the consulting industry, (preference will be given to those candidate with experience in Gold Mining projects) - Experience in process-plant mechanical design and layout design in 3D environment - Experience in site development - Experience designing in a large equipment and conveyors environment - Proficiency in the use of 3-D modeling platforms. - Experience with 3D Design tools such as Plant3D, Microstation V8, PDMS-E3D, Navisworks, Smart Plant Reviewer, Laser scan tools, Quanta point, Leica Geosystems TruView, etc- Experience in programing in any environment will be an advantage. - A good understanding of mechanical equipment in relation to operation and maintenance - A good understanding related to other disciplines (Civil, Structural, Architectural, Piping, Building Services, Electrical and Instrumentation & Controls) design, equipment and layout requirements - Ability to work in a multi discipline environment SummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at Brian.Roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions
        • Toronto, Ontario
        • Contract
        Are you an experienced Mechanical Piping Designer?Do you have experience in Mining projects?If so, this could be the right opportunity for you!We are looking for a Piping designer with experience in Mining industry projects.Ideal candidate will have experience with Plant3D software.Experience in Mining industry projects, specifically Gold, is ideal.Will map out complex mechanical and chemical steps required by facilities. Experience with modernizing an existing process, change a piece of machinery, or direct the modeling and execution of a new project. Analyzing construction processesProvide a platform for control programmingDeveloping principles and regulations for facility operationsProviding a paper trail of how should the process runCreating a common ground for discussing plant operationsPromoting and facilitating terms for safety and managementDrawing up a budget for the equipment and pipe designPosition is a contract, may turn in to a long term role.Apply Online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of positionsAdvantagesChance to work in a position with very interesting projects.Opportunity to get to work with AutoCAD Plant3d PID.ResponsibilitiesWill map out complex mechanical and chemical steps required by facilities. Experience with modernizing an existing process, change a piece of machinery, or direct the modeling and execution of a new project. Analyzing construction processesProvide a platform for control programmingDeveloping principles and regulations for facility operationsProviding a paper trail of how should the process runQualificationsWe are looking for a P&ID designer with experience in Mining industry projects.Ideal candidate will have experience with Plant3D software.Experience in Mining industry projects, specifically Gold, is ideal.SummaryApply Online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of postitions
        Are you an experienced Mechanical Piping Designer?Do you have experience in Mining projects?If so, this could be the right opportunity for you!We are looking for a Piping designer with experience in Mining industry projects.Ideal candidate will have experience with Plant3D software.Experience in Mining industry projects, specifically Gold, is ideal.Will map out complex mechanical and chemical steps required by facilities. Experience with modernizing an existing process, change a piece of machinery, or direct the modeling and execution of a new project. Analyzing construction processesProvide a platform for control programmingDeveloping principles and regulations for facility operationsProviding a paper trail of how should the process runCreating a common ground for discussing plant operationsPromoting and facilitating terms for safety and managementDrawing up a budget for the equipment and pipe designPosition is a contract, may turn in to a long term role.Apply Online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of positionsAdvantagesChance to work in a position with very interesting projects.Opportunity to get to work with AutoCAD Plant3d PID.ResponsibilitiesWill map out complex mechanical and chemical steps required by facilities. Experience with modernizing an existing process, change a piece of machinery, or direct the modeling and execution of a new project. Analyzing construction processesProvide a platform for control programmingDeveloping principles and regulations for facility operationsProviding a paper trail of how should the process runQualificationsWe are looking for a P&ID designer with experience in Mining industry projects.Ideal candidate will have experience with Plant3D software.Experience in Mining industry projects, specifically Gold, is ideal.SummaryApply Online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of postitions
        • Toronto, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Duties and Responsibilities:Client ManagementParticipates in business development through personal and new client contacts; may provide input to proposals and presentationsMonitors level of service given to clients; analyzes trends and makes changes as required to ensure exemplary deliveryProject ManagementLeads planning and scheduling of all Studio projects to prioritize activities and allocate resources consistent with project needs and objectivesAssists or determines project budgets, work plans and deliverables to fully plan project executionParticipates in monthly project reviews to analyze performance, profitability and riskProject DeliveryAttends meetings with project managers as necessary and liaises with various stakeholders to determine project criteria, deliver presentations, coordinate resources and provide information as requestedShares expert knowledge of current design techniques, building systems, code analysis and construction methodologies to improve the skills of the Public Buildings studio and to ensure they are implemented on project workRoutinely reviews work for general conformance to design, technical and quality requirementsOperationsDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioStaff ManagementOversees workloads and provides staff supervision to ensure that work is done accurately, efficiently and complies with policies, procedures and standards as well as best working practicesReviews safety requirements for field work and ensures that staff are trained in accordance with local health and safety regulationsTakes responsibility for succession planning within own areaConducts annual bonus and salary reviews for all direct reports; analyzes and makes recommendations for all staff within the Studio in accordance with the budget, and makes recommendations for promotions, where appropriateEncourages productivity, innovation, teamwork, and a high level of professionalism within own discipline; leads by exampleRequired SkillsHave successfully completed related post-secondary educationKnowledge in Architectural design and presentation; intermediate M&E, structural building systems, permit and building codesTechnically advanced in architectural or engineering systems and designRegistered with a relevant professional architectural association is an asset Required Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioResponsibilitiesDuties and Responsibilities:Client ManagementParticipates in business development through personal and new client contacts; may provide input to proposals and presentationsMonitors level of service given to clients; analyzes trends and makes changes as required to ensure exemplary deliveryProject ManagementLeads planning and scheduling of all Studio projects to prioritize activities and allocate resources consistent with project needs and objectivesAssists or determines project budgets, work plans and deliverables to fully plan project executionParticipates in monthly project reviews to analyze performance, profitability and riskProject DeliveryAttends meetings with project managers as necessary and liaises with various stakeholders to determine project criteria, deliver presentations, coordinate resources and provide information as requestedShares expert knowledge of current design techniques, building systems, code analysis and construction methodologies to improve the skills of the Public Buildings studio and to ensure they are implemented on project workRoutinely reviews work for general conformance to design, technical and quality requirementsOperationsDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioStaff ManagementOversees workloads and provides staff supervision to ensure that work is done accurately, efficiently and complies with policies, procedures and standards as well as best working practicesReviews safety requirements for field work and ensures that staff are trained in accordance with local health and safety regulationsTakes responsibility for succession planning within own areaConducts annual bonus and salary reviews for all direct reports; analyzes and makes recommendations for all staff within the Studio in accordance with the budget, and makes recommendations for promotions, where appropriateEncourages productivity, innovation, teamwork, and a high level of professionalism within own discipline; leads by exampleRequired SkillsHave successfully completed related post-secondary educationKnowledge in Architectural design and presentation; intermediate M&E, structural building systems, permit and building codesTechnically advanced in architectural or engineering systems and designRegistered with a relevant professional architectural association is an asset Required Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsRequired Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffSummaryDuties and Responsibilities:Client ManagementParticipates in business development through personal and new client contacts; may provide input to proposals and presentationsMonitors level of service given to clients; analyzes trends and makes changes as required to ensure exemplary deliveryProject ManagementLeads planning and scheduling of all Studio projects to prioritize activities and allocate resources consistent with project needs and objectivesAssists or determines project budgets, work plans and deliverables to fully plan project executionParticipates in monthly project reviews to analyze performance, profitability and riskProject DeliveryAttends meetings with project managers as necessary and liaises with various stakeholders to determine project criteria, deliver presentations, coordinate resources and provide information as requestedShares expert knowledge of current design techniques, building systems, code analysis and construction methodologies to improve the skills of the Public Buildings studio and to ensure they are implemented on project workRoutinely reviews work for general conformance to design, technical and quality requirementsOperationsDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioStaff ManagementOversees workloads and provides staff supervision to ensure that work is done accurately, efficiently and complies with policies, procedures and standards as well as best working practicesReviews safety requirements for field work and ensures that staff are trained in accordance with local health and safety regulationsTakes responsibility for succession planning within own areaConducts annual bonus and salary reviews for all direct reports; analyzes and makes recommendations for all staff within the Studio in accordance with the budget, and makes recommendations for promotions, where appropriateEncourages productivity, innovation, teamwork, and a high level of professionalism within own discipline; leads by exampleRequired SkillsHave successfully completed related post-secondary educationKnowledge in Architectural design and presentation; intermediate M&E, structural building systems, permit and building codesTechnically advanced in architectural or engineering systems and designRegistered with a relevant professional architectural association is an asset Required Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca
        Duties and Responsibilities:Client ManagementParticipates in business development through personal and new client contacts; may provide input to proposals and presentationsMonitors level of service given to clients; analyzes trends and makes changes as required to ensure exemplary deliveryProject ManagementLeads planning and scheduling of all Studio projects to prioritize activities and allocate resources consistent with project needs and objectivesAssists or determines project budgets, work plans and deliverables to fully plan project executionParticipates in monthly project reviews to analyze performance, profitability and riskProject DeliveryAttends meetings with project managers as necessary and liaises with various stakeholders to determine project criteria, deliver presentations, coordinate resources and provide information as requestedShares expert knowledge of current design techniques, building systems, code analysis and construction methodologies to improve the skills of the Public Buildings studio and to ensure they are implemented on project workRoutinely reviews work for general conformance to design, technical and quality requirementsOperationsDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioStaff ManagementOversees workloads and provides staff supervision to ensure that work is done accurately, efficiently and complies with policies, procedures and standards as well as best working practicesReviews safety requirements for field work and ensures that staff are trained in accordance with local health and safety regulationsTakes responsibility for succession planning within own areaConducts annual bonus and salary reviews for all direct reports; analyzes and makes recommendations for all staff within the Studio in accordance with the budget, and makes recommendations for promotions, where appropriateEncourages productivity, innovation, teamwork, and a high level of professionalism within own discipline; leads by exampleRequired SkillsHave successfully completed related post-secondary educationKnowledge in Architectural design and presentation; intermediate M&E, structural building systems, permit and building codesTechnically advanced in architectural or engineering systems and designRegistered with a relevant professional architectural association is an asset Required Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caAdvantagesDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioResponsibilitiesDuties and Responsibilities:Client ManagementParticipates in business development through personal and new client contacts; may provide input to proposals and presentationsMonitors level of service given to clients; analyzes trends and makes changes as required to ensure exemplary deliveryProject ManagementLeads planning and scheduling of all Studio projects to prioritize activities and allocate resources consistent with project needs and objectivesAssists or determines project budgets, work plans and deliverables to fully plan project executionParticipates in monthly project reviews to analyze performance, profitability and riskProject DeliveryAttends meetings with project managers as necessary and liaises with various stakeholders to determine project criteria, deliver presentations, coordinate resources and provide information as requestedShares expert knowledge of current design techniques, building systems, code analysis and construction methodologies to improve the skills of the Public Buildings studio and to ensure they are implemented on project workRoutinely reviews work for general conformance to design, technical and quality requirementsOperationsDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioStaff ManagementOversees workloads and provides staff supervision to ensure that work is done accurately, efficiently and complies with policies, procedures and standards as well as best working practicesReviews safety requirements for field work and ensures that staff are trained in accordance with local health and safety regulationsTakes responsibility for succession planning within own areaConducts annual bonus and salary reviews for all direct reports; analyzes and makes recommendations for all staff within the Studio in accordance with the budget, and makes recommendations for promotions, where appropriateEncourages productivity, innovation, teamwork, and a high level of professionalism within own discipline; leads by exampleRequired SkillsHave successfully completed related post-secondary educationKnowledge in Architectural design and presentation; intermediate M&E, structural building systems, permit and building codesTechnically advanced in architectural or engineering systems and designRegistered with a relevant professional architectural association is an asset Required Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.caQualificationsRequired Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffSummaryDuties and Responsibilities:Client ManagementParticipates in business development through personal and new client contacts; may provide input to proposals and presentationsMonitors level of service given to clients; analyzes trends and makes changes as required to ensure exemplary deliveryProject ManagementLeads planning and scheduling of all Studio projects to prioritize activities and allocate resources consistent with project needs and objectivesAssists or determines project budgets, work plans and deliverables to fully plan project executionParticipates in monthly project reviews to analyze performance, profitability and riskProject DeliveryAttends meetings with project managers as necessary and liaises with various stakeholders to determine project criteria, deliver presentations, coordinate resources and provide information as requestedShares expert knowledge of current design techniques, building systems, code analysis and construction methodologies to improve the skills of the Public Buildings studio and to ensure they are implemented on project workRoutinely reviews work for general conformance to design, technical and quality requirementsOperationsDevelops, implements and manages an annual operating plan for own Studio; reviews and updates plan on a monthly basis; strategizes and modifies plan moving forward to suit changing conditionsBalances project workloads with requirements to ensure the financial health of the StudioStaff ManagementOversees workloads and provides staff supervision to ensure that work is done accurately, efficiently and complies with policies, procedures and standards as well as best working practicesReviews safety requirements for field work and ensures that staff are trained in accordance with local health and safety regulationsTakes responsibility for succession planning within own areaConducts annual bonus and salary reviews for all direct reports; analyzes and makes recommendations for all staff within the Studio in accordance with the budget, and makes recommendations for promotions, where appropriateEncourages productivity, innovation, teamwork, and a high level of professionalism within own discipline; leads by exampleRequired SkillsHave successfully completed related post-secondary educationKnowledge in Architectural design and presentation; intermediate M&E, structural building systems, permit and building codesTechnically advanced in architectural or engineering systems and designRegistered with a relevant professional architectural association is an asset Required Experience10+ years of prior experience in a supervisory/leadership roleManaging architectural and engineering staffPlease send your resume in confidence to paul.dusome@randstad.ca

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