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Senior Transportation Project Manager

  • Company: T.E.D. (Recruitment) Ltd
  • Salary: Highly Negotiable
  • Region: International
  • Town/City: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Posted: 13/06/2012
  • Reference: TCI/CCP0596

ApplyJob Description

My client is one of the largest Multidisciplinary Engineering companies in Canada. Presently they are seeking Senior Transportation Project Manager for their Lead Transportation Group in Regina, Saskatchewan, CANADA. The successful candidate will Lead a team of up to 30 staff members and Oversee the delivery of all transportation related projects in the Province. This is a senior level implement and you will oversee project quality control and quality assurance; Prepare proposals, project cost estimates, budgeting, forecasting and hiring qualified staff; At a Senior level, coordinate, organize and control the activities of staff; At a Senior level, review work progress, adherence to plans, procedures. Provide construction and contract administration expertise, leadership, and mentoring of staff; Ensure staffing levels meet the requirements of the project; Identify staff training needs as required; P. Eng., AScT or a combination of related experience and education you will Have extensive experience supervising or managing highway construction projects or similar type of work pertaining to road construction; Have proven ability to manage numerous complex highway construction projects at a senior level, and deliver completed, quality work on time and within budget; Proven ability to coordinate a multi-disciplinary team on large, complex projects; Have proven ability to work cooperatively and effectively with a wide variety of interests/authorities, including public levels of government, utility companies, contractors, and special interest groups; Sound knowledge of Provincial design standards and ability to interpret and apply contract drawings, standards and specifications; Demonstrated knowledge of relevant legislative (environment, health/safety, etc.) requirements and sensitivity to application in practical circumstances; Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; Ability to deal tactfully and persuasively with others; Ability to organize, prioritize and schedule work. Must be a car driver and the ideal candidates will be Canadian, British, Irish, South African, Australian or from New Zealand. Visas can be arranged.