• Intermediate Project Manager – Concrete Dam Construction

    Job Locations CA-ON-Mississauga | CA-Peterborough
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/14/2018 10:11 AM)
    ID
    2018-1582
    Number of Positions
    1
    Job Category
    Project Management
    Job Type
    Full Time
  • Job Description

    Intermediate Project Manager – Concrete Dam Construction

     

    Celebrating 50 years of experience this year, Maple Reinders is a forward-thinking, Top 20 Canadian construction firm that has been named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for five consecutive years. Maple offers a full-service Design/Build and Construction Management operation specializing in industrial/commercial/institutional facilities, municipal infrastructure and environmental projects.  We strive for technical distinction, professionalism, quality workmanship and ultimately, for integrity in building excellence.  

      

    We continue to grow without sacrificing our quality and integrity, and are dedicate to building great things - solid teams, amazing projects, and lasting relationships.  As we continue to win new work in all areas of the company we are looking for great people like to you join our team! 

     

    This position can be based in Mississauga or Peterborough. Frequent travel to Peterborough will be required. As a Project Manager you will have the opportunity to manage exciting Water, Waste Water projects working alongside other construction professionals who are passionate about the work they do.   Leadership and accountability is the key to a successful project.  Along with their team, our Project Managers define the schedule; working to ensure that goals are met and communication is maintained.  

     

    The potential to take on larger, more challenging projects is yours and the opportunities here are endless!  

      

    At Maple, we look for leaders, who display their leadership skills by:

    • Developing successful relationships with clients, consultants, architects, sub-contractors and other project stakeholders.
    • Effectively managing the project with the skills they have and following Maple Reinders’ process and procedures ensuring each project is delivered with quality and consistency.
    • Sharing your knowledge by mentoring junior Project Managers and Coordinators, guiding them to progress in their careers.

    Our Project Managers are responsible for Water, Waste Water projects typically in the value of $30-$50M.  To quality for this position, the ideal candidate will have:

    • 5 years experience as a Project Manager in the construction industry with civil/concrete or dam experience.
    • A University Degree/Technology Diploma in Civil Engineering, or a combination of education and industry experience.

     

    You will have the overall responsibility for the success of the project supported by your strong team of Estimators, Superintendents, Project Coordinators and hourly employees.   With your strong business sense you will be empowered to run your project as your own small business with the support of management and other project teams. 

     

    We want you to succeed and we are prepared to get you there by investing in you.  We offer extensive training through our “Centre of Learning” to facilitate your career growth through programs such as LEED, Gold Seal and “lunch and learns”. 

     

    If you are looking for a company that wants to invest in you, now is the time to connect with Maple Reinders.  

    Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your project list including project values.

     

    Thank you for your interest in a career with Maple Reinders. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

    Maple Reinders is an equal opportunity employer. Upon request, Maple Reinders accommodates candidates with disabilities throughout the hiring process.

     

    No agency calls please.

     

    People, Passion, Performance

     

     

     

     

     

     

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