An opportunity to ensure the end-to-end delivery of construction projects, on time and on budget, while meeting corporate and client expectations
Self-motivated, proactive and highly deadline-oriented, you have a history of success as a construction project manager, known for building successful client relationships. Most especially, you are recognized for your ability to manage project teams and resources, including consultants and contractors, track deliverables, liaise regularly with clients and other stakeholders to keep them updated on the project status, and consistently deliver timely, quality, on-budget results. You are now ready to take the next step in your career by joining the industry leader.
Reporting to a Senior Project Manager, you will be responsible for the effective planning, development and delivery of assigned projects, typically of moderate complexity, risk and exposure, within the defined scope, schedule and budget, as well as Brookfield Johnson Controls and client procedural boundaries. As an Associate Project Manager, you will team with and/or direct technical and professional staff, consultants and contractors, and draw on your strengths in communication, reporting, stakeholder coordination and fiscal control to ensure client satisfaction, team member satisfaction and, ultimately, financial success.
The diversity of projects carried out by the Design and Project Delivery Services group in a wide range of industries – retail, commercial, institutional and industrial – makes this position an exciting opportunity to be involved in different construction models, manage a variety of stakeholder interests, deepen your knowledge base and advance your career. You will be part of a Project Management team delivering services that span across all project phases, from workplace planning to pre-construction and design development, to management of construction. With 4,500+ projects managed per year, 160+ team members and $450M+ delivered annually, our group delivers projects across Canada, from small infrastructure upgrades to tenant fit-ups through to major consolidations and new builds, to energy retrofits and critical environments.
Your primary role as a Project Manager will encompass a wide variety of duties. Specifically, you will:
- Be directly responsible for the delivery of projects, from inception to completing, including document management, change of scope, scheduling, cost control, quality management, regulatory and environmental compliance, communications, risk management, procurement, approvals, planning & design, commissioning, occupancy, and health & safety.
- Plan and coordinate projects to maximize beneficial use by clients while minimizing disruptions to clients and/or occupants.
- Offer value-added solutions by providing cost-beneficial alternatives.
- Coordinate with facility management forces to ensure the best solution and optimum turnover of the project.
- Work closely as part of the Project Management team to ensure continuous improvement and successful delivery of the team’s program of projects.
To be up to the exciting challenges of this Associate Project Manager role, you must have a professional profile that includes:
- Community college diploma in a relevant discipline such as Architectural Technology, Construction Technology, or Engineering Technology, or equivalent training.
- 3 to 5 years of project management experience in construction and tenant set-up.
- Project Management Professional Accreditation in progress (preferred).
- Be comfortable working in a highly restricted environment.
- Strong organizational, documentation, and project management skills.
- Self-motivation and proactive approach.
- Effective client management, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills.
- Specific experience and skill related to the assignment – churn, facility infrastructures, new construction, furniture, engineering, client industry sector, government sector, etc.
- Knowledge of construction management, depending on assignment.
- Estimating and/or forecasting skills.
- Problem-solving and conflict management skills.
- Knowledge and experience with respect to industry standards and regulations.
- Software proficiencies depending on assignment, e.g., Excel, AutoCAD, MS Project, email, etc.
- Bilingualism (English and French).
- Secret or Top Secret Clearance. (The successful candidate will be required to complete Top Secret Security Clearance, which involves a lengthy investigation.)
Inspire change for a more sustainable future
Brookfield Johnson Controls, the Canadian leader in the delivery of real estate management services, creates and manages healthy, productive and sustainable work environments to help businesses reach their full potential. With over 20 years of experience, we employ 1,800 skilled professionals and manage in excess of 100 million square feet nationally. When you join our team, whether as a seasoned professional or a recent graduate, you’re joining an industry-leading company that makes a difference in our communities, drives innovation through best practices and technology, and takes pride in being one of Canada’s Green 30 companies since 2010.
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At Brookfield Johnson Controls, we recognize that our team members are the life force of our organization and we welcome people from varying backgrounds, different generations and locations across the country. We also recognize their contributions and offer a generous compensation package with competitive pay and comprehensive benefits.
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