Please Note: This opportunity will be posted until filled.
Make a difference
Are you passionate about construction and looking for an opportunity to work with an organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of residents from diverse backgrounds? Do you have solid experience and knowledge with delivering multi-disciplinary construction projects? Do you want to use your construction experiences to influence quality construction? If this sounds like your ideal career, then Toronto Community Housing is the place for you! We are searching for a collaborative and strategic team player who enjoys working in a dynamic and energetic environment. In this role, you will get to work with internal and external partners to deliver multi-million dollar construction projects for retrofit and renewal in residential buildings.
Reporting to the Program Manager, Multi-discipline Projects, the Program Supervisor is accountable to deliver capital projects on time and on budget, manage external construction management partners while ensuring superior communication with tenants from project start to finish.
What you’ll do
Deliver multi-million dollar construction projects on time and on budget occurring concurrently in multiple occupied residential buildings
Coordinate with TCHC’s energy management and design and engineering divisions to ensure energy targets and build standards are met
Administer CCDC forms of contract including Construction Management
Manage relationships with internal and external partners to ensure regular, effective communications with tenants
Manage external construction management companies as applicable ensuring schedules, budgets and project commitments are consistently met
Prepare, review, confirm, recommend scope of work and contract reviews (including service level agreements on assigned projects
Establish communication protocols, financial reporting, progress updates, scheduling and work activities to meet/exceed contract obligations.
Coordinate with various departments at TCH to successfully implement assignments
Participate in Joint Health and Safety Committees meetings and/or committees as required
Implement, evaluate and recommend corporate vendor management policy and procedures
Ensure Health and Safety compliance, workplace accident and injury investigations & reporting.
Supervision of multi-disciplined contractors’ pool, including performance evaluations, site inspection, service procurement and delivery strategies from concept to completion.
Responsible for the project communication to all parties.
Prepare, review and conduct progress meetings/minutes and presentations to stakeholders.
Develop and manage stakeholder relationships.
Prepare and/or review project budgets including projections, tracking, adjusting and reporting costs anomalies, and reconciling costs month/quarter/year end.
Provides and recommends approaches on program /project budgets to Program Manager or designate
Maintain quality assurance standards
Supervise multi-disciplinary vendors’ pool, including performance evaluations, site inspection, service procurement and delivery strategies from concept to completion
Other duties as assigned.
What you’ll need
Minimum of 5 years of job related experience and knowledge in successfully delivering concurrent multi-discipline projects and/or capital construction projects and /or facilities management services in occupied residential buildings.
Extensive technical and legislative knowledge and experience in contract administration, tender preparation, and development and monitoring of budget plans.
Preference will be given to applicants who have experience in managing numerous contractors completing work in occupied residential units and buildings
Preference is made to candidates possessing professional designations: EG: PEng, Certified Engineering Technologist (CET)
Design experience in related disciplines an asset
Knowledge of all relevant construction and industrial codes including Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), Ontario Building Code, Gas Code, Fire Code local By-Laws etc;
Sound knowledge of Ontario Social Housing Act (OSHA), Residential Tenancy Act, Ontario Building Code and related legislation
Excellent analytical skills.
Proficient communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
Demonstrated strong presentation skills in a forum with a diversity of stakeholders.
Working knowledge with software packages such as Microsoft Word, Excel Microsoft Project, etc.
Knowledge of community housing, real estate, REIT industry is preferred.
Once you apply, we’ll review your resume to determine if your skills and experience match the qualifications for the role and only qualified candidates will be contacted for next steps. If you move forward, the process may include an interview, written/practical test, and reference check.