Project Manager

Aecon Group - Montréal, QC (7 months ago)

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Reporting to the General Manager, Oil & Gas, the Project Manager is responsible for ensuring that the project is completed safely, on schedule and in compliance with the contract schedule and project budgets, while maintaining positive relationships with Owners. The Project Manager also supports the successful acquisition and tendering of various projects. This role will be based in either Ottawa, ON or Montreal, QC with the ability to travel for projects as required.
Key Responsibilities
Establish customer relations and business opportunities as a representative of the Company
Support Estimating as required - attend pre-bid meetings; review tender documents for technical requirements and ensure bid compliance; provide various execution plans; close tenders with Estimating leadership.
Responsible for the overall planning and scheduling of assigned projects including monitoring and reporting.
Ensure that all functions and operations on assigned projects are executed in compliance with local legislative and labour requirements.
Ensures that Company policies and procedures are followed in all aspects of project execution.
Manages and coordinates projects within budgets.
Prepare project cost status reports in terms of percent complete, cost to date, ECAC, Rev, Margin, etc.
Identify project concerns proactively and alert management of potential risks on assigned projects. Develop a plan to minimize and mitigate project impacts.
Monitors the overall progress of the project on a constant basis and takes corrective action where necessary.
Prepare budgets, forecasts and reduce risk through managing scope and contract change.
Ensuring all scope and contract changes are submitted and approved by the customer.
Responsible for implementing and monitoring of the Company’s Safety Policy and Program.
Responsible for implementing and monitoring of the Company’s Quality Assurance Program and related requirements.
Manpower acquisition
Equipment Management
Material procurement (specialty items)
Responsible for management of all aspects of subcontractor work execution and contracts.
Preparation of billings
Assist in the collection of outstanding payments
EPC Projects – direct/oversee engineers and interface with Joint Venture Partners


Carry out site safety inspections
Provide supervisory guidance to site superintendents
Performance management of assigned staff – coordinators, planners, controls analysts, etc.
Available to travel to and/or locate at project assignments across Ontario and beyond as required
Required Knowledge & Skills
Minimum 5 years of industry experience
Bilingual (English / French) required
Technical background with professional accreditation (P.Eng./ CET) or equivalent industry experience
Experience in pipeline and integrity work
Piping/Mechanical/Electrical general knowledge
Read, analyze and interpret technical design drawings
Contracts - Commercial knowledge
Negotiating skills, composure under pressure
Scheduling experience and analysis skills
Cost analysis, control and reporting
Supervision/personnel experience
Computer proficiency
Written/oral communications
Presentation skills
Problem solving and organizational skills