Sr. Mechanical Project Manager

ENGIE MultiTech, a leader in mechanical construction in the GTA is growing! We focus on a full service promise to our customers for project conception to completion.

From our current projects building the new maintenance facility for go transit which will allow for service expansion in the GTA & Hamilton to our patient tower build at Etobicoke hospital which will expand access to emergency, women’s and children’s care ENGIE is positioned as an industry leader with a people, organization and team first approach.

Our organization in Canada has over 400 employees and globally employs over 150,000 that are dedicated to energy solutions.

We are currently searching for a Senior Mechanical Project Manager to manage a large hospital project in the GTA.

 

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Manage the field project to ensure all milestones and projects are completed within the established budget and timeline
  • Manage field labour capacity through the master schedule to ensure no excess overhead occurs
  • Attend all required site meetings, process change notices, communicate changes, work with all applicable parties (engineers, client, consultants, internal team) to ensure the project is on-track and on-budget at all times
  • Establish and manage positive relationships will all key stakeholders (owners/clients, General Contractors, sub-Contractors, designers and field labour
  • Collaboration with the field administrator and project director for planning, strategy and management of the project
  • Process all required paperwork pertaining to the project
  • Provide reporting cost-analysis and work with the scheduling and finance teams as required
  • Full accountability for the project financial scope
  • Manage all documentation pertaining to the project
  • Identify and create/source a resolution for project roadblocks
  • Review all updated schematics, blueprints, drawings and collaborate to appropriate staff
  • Walk the field site daily to ensure field management and presence is executed
  • Mentor junior Project Managers and Coordinators

 

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years’ experience as a Project Manager
  • Experience managing hospital projects with a budget greater than 5 million
  • Proven track record for productivity, profitability and cost analysis
  • Able to manage a Mechanical crew field site
  • Educational background in Mechanical Engineering or Project Management or equivalent
  • Previous experience working within a retrofit environment is an asset
  • Excellent Communication and leadership skills to provide clear direction
  • Excellent attention to detail, time management and change management
  • Strong Computer skills related to the Construction/Mechanical Industry
  • Able to develop and manage detailed work plans, project schedules, estimates and resource plans in conjunction with project members
  • Establish key project metrics and take appropriate action to manage accordingly
  • Technical background expertise in scheduling and costing utilizing Primavera and Microsoft Project

Working Conditions

  • Hours are generally Monday – Friday | 8:00am – 5:00pm but additional hours may be required during peak periods
  • Moderate physical effort due to field construction sites. Requires handling of light and moderate weight objects including office equipment and other office supplies and/ frequently sitting and standing for prolonged periods of time while using a telephone, computer, cell phone
  • Vehicle travel to sites, ability to walk in construction terrain is required

 

ENGIE Perks!

  • Canadian Leader in the Mechanical Construction industry and energy sector
  • Competitive Salary with Annual Performance Reviews
  • Company Bonus Program
  • Excellent Medical Benefits including; Health, Dental, Disability, Life Insurance
  • Company match Retirement Savings Program (RRSP)
  • On-site Gym (Head Office)
  • Team atmosphere and valued organization
  • Training & Development programs and career paths

ENGIE MultiTech is an equal opportunity employer under the Canadian Human Rights Commission and AODA. If you need assistance with your application, please contact David Marcy, HR Manager – 416.881.4303

Thank you for your application but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.