WorleyParsons is a leading global provider of technical,
project and operational support services to the
resource, energy and complex process industries. Our
comprehensive network enables us to provide our
customers with local support, backed by global expertise
in Hydrocarbons, Minerals, Metals & Chemicals, Power,
Infrastructure and the Environment.
WorleyParsons offers our employees a dynamic work
environment that fosters creativity and diversity. We
invest in our employees by offering competitive
salaries, excellent benefits, work-life balance,
graduate and alumni development programs, recognition
awards and an unprecedented array of new learning and
Commitment to entrepreneurial spirit and partnership
drives the company to provide excellent services to our
customers, using our distinctive culture to create value
for our customers and prosperity for our people.
WorleyParsons strives to be an industry leader in
health, safety and environmental performance. Our vision
is to achieve zero harm to people and assets, and zero
environmental incidents. We select people who share our
values, beliefs and commitment to this vision and who
demonstrate the expected behaviors, competencies and
performance associated with their prospective roles
within the company.
Our Canadian Operations span 40+ offices that include
approximately 8000 people in global centers of
engineering expertise in heavy oil & oil sands,
pipelines & pipeline facilities, refining, sulphur
technology, arctic developments, topsides, subsea
systems, deep-water facilities, nuclear power, and
renewable energy. We cover the full asset spectrum, both
in size and lifecycle, from the creation of new assets,
to services that sustain and improve operating assets.
Few companies have the agility and diversity to offer
the career development opportunities afforded by
WorleyParsons. We look forward to having you join our
WorleyParsons - Saskatoon office is seeking Project
Managers who are interested in developing and building a
long-term career and mining practice in our company. Our
Project Managers have a great deal of autonomy to work
independently manage the engineering, procurement and
construction support for projects in potash, uranium,
base metals, infrastructure and environmental projects
with values of up to $3 billion.
The primary objectives of the Project Manager role are
- Plan, co-ordinate and manage the design,
procurement, construction and commissioning of
assigned projects, including taking a leadership
role in the preparation of proposals.
- Ensure clear agreement of client objectives and that
these are met or exceeded.
- Achieve or better the budgeted gross margin.
- Provide strong HSE leadership.
- HSE Management:
- Ensure that HSE requirements are documented and
understood by all project participants.
- Compliance with HSE procedures.
- Maintain HSE focus for project duration.
- Client Relationships:
- Identify, document and communicate the client
- Effectively manage multiple stakeholders.
- Maintain and build healthy client relationships
throughout the project and post completion.
- Proactively resolve performance, scope, cost and
schedule issues with the Client as they arise.
- Commercial Management:
- Effectively manage WorleyParsons/Client
contract, including delivery of the budget gross
- Scope Management:
- Manages an effective handover from Business
- Clearly defines scope.
- Compliance with requirements of the contract.
- Effective change control process application.
- Manage and monitor project performance on an
basis to ongoing basis to identify issues and
opportunities early and take pre-emptive action.
- Effectively manages project interfaces,
including use of High Value Engineering centres.
- Time Management:
- Manage the planning of all scope elements of the
- Develop resource & financial requirements from
the project plan.
- Manage the design, procurement and construction
activities to meet the project schedule.
- Project Manage the project schedule.
- Routinely monitor the key reports and
development of corrective action plans.
- Timely and effective documentation turnover and
- Cost Control:
- Plan and prepare accurate project estimates.
- Establish cost report for control of projects.
- Monitor and control all cost aspects of the
project including forecasting costs, obtaining
approvals, identifying trends, taking action to
avoid cost overruns and identifying
- Assess performance of cost control system &
- Quality Management:
- Define the project quality requirements.
- Ensure the right systems are in place and that
these are applied on the project.
- Develop a project schedule which allows work to
be executed in a logical sequence.
- Compliance with WorleyParsons policies and
- Implement lessons learned system.
- Team Management:
- Provide clear and focused leadership for the
project team to create a vision for project
success and a strategy to fit that vision.
- Define roles and responsibilities.
- Focus team on achievement of milestones and
other key project objectives.
- Listen to the team, discuss the issues, resolve
problems and direct activities to remove
roadblocks and achieve objectives.
- Provide mentoring and participate in staff
- Identify and implement training requirements.
- Communications Management:
- Effective communications with the project team.
- Documented communication requirements.
- Accurate, timely & effective progress reporting
to the Client and internally to WorleyParsons
- Ongoing monitoring of the communication network
between project staff, the client and third
parties and introduction of changes where
- Risk Management:
- Identify project risks and opportunities.
- Monitor closure of all identified risks and
- Maintain the risk management focus throughout
the project duration.
- Design Management:
- Set clear objectives for the design team.
- Ensures design team aware of, and complying
with, client’s Basis of Design and applicable
regulations and codes.
- Monitor design activities, interdisciplinary
data flow and communications.
- Procurement/Subcontracts Management:
- Set clear objectives for the procurement and
- Assess procurement process throughout the
project to ensure goods meet specification, are
delivered on time and are within budget.
- Construction Management:
- Set clear objectives for the Construction team.
- Monitor the Construction Management function to
ensure safe delivery of the project within cost
and schedule objectives.
- Relevant degree or equivalent qualification
(Chartered Engineer preferable).
- Minimum of 10 years industry experience, with at
least 4 years experience in project engineering.
- Eligibility for AIPM Level 5 (Registered Project
Manager) certification or equivalent.
- Demonstrable commitment to HSE Management in a
- Excellent leadership and communication skills.
- High level of customer focus.
- Proven ability in leading multidiscipline
- Previous experience as a project engineer on
projects of up to US$5M to US$10M in total value.
Reporting and Location:
- This position is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
- Position reports to the Manager of Projects.
- 12 months ago