• Vancouver, BC, CAN
  • Full Time

Opportunity Overview:

The Project Manager will hold a senior position within the company and be responsible for ALL aspects of their construction projects. Their resourcefulness, intelligence, confidence and dedication will help ensure our client's construction projects are delivered in accordance with the client's goals and priorities. They will be committed to building mutually respectful relationships based on trust through clarity and integrity of our client's systems, procedures and project reporting.

Required Skills:

  • AScT degree preferred
  • 5+ years' experience in similar construction position
  • Good working knowledge of current construction methods, materials, procedures, drawings, specifications and building codes.
  • Budgeting and estimating skills including computer word processing and spreadsheet skills.
  • Proficient with computers, calculators, multifunctional processing units, multi-line telephone systems and faxes.
  • Ability to work efficiently with a service-oriented attitude, courtesy, tact and diplomacy under stressful situations with constant interruption.
  • Maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
  • Exemplary English skills, both verbal and written, with strong analytical, mathematical and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal, leadership and team building skills.
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of employment and other designated information.
  • Ability to effectively manage time, responsibilities and priorities.


Position Responsibilities:


  • Prepare and implement the development and adoption of the Project Charter with the key project team members ensuring the owners goals and priorities are ALWAYS at the forefront.
  • Prepare the risk register, identification, evaluation and the development of risk mitigation strategies.
  • Schedule the cost tracking system presentation with the key project team members; outlining cost tracking, reporting & communication.
  • Provide constructability input to optimize the design and detailing during each design stage while reflecting the teams risk mitigation strategies including:
    • Design suggestions based on site restrictions
    • Material suggestions due to market conditions
    • Constructability of design based on experience with building similar facilities
    • Destructive investigation prior to renovations to enable cost savings through design modifications
    • Logistics for difficult or remote sites
  • Review all plans, specifications and construction details to ensure construction documents clearly describe the work and that all materials provide the best value and utility for their intended use.
  • Source and price construction products, materials and equipment.
  • Provide Estimating & Scheduling at defined intervals through the project and monitor progress.
  • Determine the various trades needed, and prepare scopes of work for trade contract packages, tailor project specification front end to suit each project.
  • Answer queries during the tender period, prepare and distribute Addenda.
  • Prepare Class A Pre Tender Tracker budget in coordination with front end tender documents to ensure that ALL items of work being tendered are coordinated into one budget, and that work not being tendered and risks identified have ALL been budgeted elsewhere.
  • Attend to formal tender closings, review tenders, and prepare tender summaries and recommendations for Award for Owner's approval.
  • Prepare Class A Post Tender Tracker budget making sure all items that have been excluded from contract tenders have been budgeted elsewhere and that there are no items or details unbudgeted for.
  • Prepare trade contracts and administer throughout the project.


  • Issue Purchase Orders, Contemplated Change Orders, Change Directives and Change Orders as Required
  • Review incoming invoicing, site purchase orders, daily reports, and site safety daily code to the project budget division, note exceptions and revise as required
  • Review work on site, monitor quality and safety, analyze and resolve field construction problems and discrepancies.
  • Site Superintendent Coordination
  • Detailed review of analysis sheet, monthly report package including cost forecasting, changes to project budget and schedule as well as recommendations made to the owner.
  • Ongoing Client Liaison
  • Conflict and Dispute Resolution
  • Chair and minute regular site meetings.
  • Monthly Report Peer Review (Per Project Allocation) Including:
    • Review report looking at its contents from the owner's perspective. Mark up any questions that you have based on the descriptions in the report.
    • Check current revisions against budget summary, committed and invoiced percentages, anticipated revision totals, and contingency summary totals to confirm accuracy.
    • Check current and anticipated revisions in current month's report against last months to ensure that all previously report anticipated revisions are in the current report (grey and italicized) and that no anticipated revisions from last month's report are missing from this month's
    • Review findings with the project manager

Post Construction

  • Prepare final monthly report package.
  • Operating & Maintenance Manual Requirements and Review
  • Organize lessons learned meeting with key project team members, ensure appropriate follow up.
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