The Project Manager is the point person of a project. The position encompasses project leadership, project results, liaison with clients and subcontractors and field delivery of their assigned project(s) and overall direction to their project staff and field personnel.
The Project Manager is responsible for the leadership, project results, and field delivery of multi-disciplinary projects and must provide direction to overall project staff and field personnel to meet and exceed targets related to safe work practices, environmental considerations, quality control measures and ensure that milestones are completed on schedule and within budget.
The Project Manager is a collaborative team player, focused on the four-pronged bottom line (HSE, Quality, Sustainability and Budget) with assertive leadership that can manage the project, team and client.
It is the Project Manager’s duty to meet and exceed company and client targets related to safe work practices, environmental considerations, quality control measures and ensure that milestones are completed on schedule and within budget. This is done by establishing the schedule, budget and HSE and Quality requirements with the client and through documentation from the field level personnel verifying that the data matches the expected / anticipated timelines and budget. The Project Manager meets daily with the Superintendent and as needed with the Construction Manager to review and discuss any site issues, labour and material needs. The Project Manager takes care of these needs by making specific project requests to the HR department or to the Purchasing Department. HSE and Quality are monitored, documented and audited/inspected by the respective departments (HSE and Quality Control). The Project Manager reviews all of the HSE and Quality documentation and provides reporting to the client and back to their company. The Project Manager regularly engages in site visits, meets with clients and subcontractors.