Project Manager - Real Property - New Brunswick

Maverin Business Services Inc. - Moncton, NB (il y a 30+ jours)

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We currently have an opportunity for Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Real Property Project Managers for a federal government department for the Moncton, NB region. A clearance is required however we are able to sponsor if you do not currently possess. If you are interested please send your resume and salary expectations.

2 to 10 years of experience (depending on level) in managing real property construction projects related to heavy civil and architectural infrastructure (e.g. roads, bridges, ports and harbour structures, coastal works and parks) or from inception (beginning) to delivery(end), within the most recent 15 years.

1. Preparation of project approval documents (e.g. business cases, feasibility studies, Treasury Board
submissions) required for funding or project approval;
2. Manage architectural/engineering and associated specialist teams, review project costs and resolve variances with predetermined budgets by recommending action and resolving conflicts;
3. Plan facilitation workshops that address: strategic planning, teambuilding, positive-centred learning or conflict management and conducting stakeholder interviews. Prepare workshop material, facilitate the workshop, and on-going partnering process management;
4. Establish and review project and construction implementation strategies including: lump sum, phased, construction management, design-build and public-private partnerships.
5. Develop project scope, requirement documents, statements of work,
6. Participate in discussions, analysis of functional and operational requirements of the Project Authority;
7. Prepare or manage project documents, such as: project charters or plans, Project Authority statements of work, investment analysis reports, feasibility studies, terms of reference, value engineering documents, lifecycle analysis, commissioning plans or lessons learned;
8. Establish and review project and construction implementation strategies including: lump sum, phased,
construction management, design-build and public-private partnerships;
9. Develop an updated Project Plan, noting constraints, assumptions, inclusions and exclusions after review with stakeholders;
10. Coordinate Value Engineering exercises, or other strategies, aimed at integrated design solutions and cost management; ensure the review and implementation of outcomes from these processes;
11. Maintain the design change management process that records changes to the project;
12. Monitor the design, implementation and operations of the project against established goals;
13. Report progress of the project on an ongoing basis;
14. Provide support in the preparation of recommendations to engage or commission engineers, prepare engineer Request for Proposal (RFP) documents and review & evaluate engineer proposals;
15. Review monthly progress claims from engineers for compliance with engineer agreements and recommend payments;
16. Analyze project schedules, including builder or consultant deliverables, and determine whether corrective action is required to meet deadlines;
17. Attend progress meetings, provide input on the interpretation of contract plans and specifications while ensuring that consultants or builders fulfill their responsibilities under their respective agreements;
18. Prepare plans, charts, tables and diagrams to assist in analyzing or displaying problems.
19. Review project costs and resolve variance issues with predetermined budgets by recommending action and resolving conflicts.
20. Establish & review project and construction implementation strategies including: lump sum, phased, construction management, design-build and public-private partnerships.
21. Prepare or manage project documents, such as a project charter or plan, Project Authority statement of work, investment analysis report, feasibility study, terms of reference, value engineering, lifecycle analysis, commissioning plan or lessons learned;
22. Prepare workshop material, facilitating the workshop, and on-going partnering process management;
23. Establish & review project and construction implementation strategies including: lump sum, phased,construction management, design-build and public-private partnerships.
24. Develop project scope, requirement documents, statements of work, includes participating in discussions, analysis of functional and operational requirements of the Project Authority;

Job Types: Full-time, Contract

Licence:

  • security clearance (Preferred)