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Are you a Team Player Empowered by Innovation?

Do you see yourself working within the fields of Oil & Gas, Refinery, Petrochemical, Heavy Industrial or Power Projects in a Maintenance Role?

Are you able to provide leadershipto EPC disciplines on capital projects?

Project Manager / Project Engineer
Edmonton, AB

Randstad Engineering has a Contract Project Manager / Project Engineer Position available until December 31, 2018 which serves customers in the Oil, Gas & Chemicals, Mining & Metals and Power Industries delivering solutions from small to large projects in the oilsands and greenfield new-builds to revamps.

The Project Manager provides leadership to the EPC disciplines on capital projects and ensures work plans are developed and aligned with the Project Execution Plan, Project Job Instructions, and project goals for safety, quality, health, environment, regulatory, schedule and cost.

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Develops, champions and stewards the project execution plan including the scope of work, list of deliverables, staffing plans, job-hours budget, and the schedule for each deliverable and staffing plan;

• Stewards the safety, health, environmental and quality objectives of the project;

• Defines and controls engineering work scope for the project including inter-discipline and inter-party coordination for the engineering of the project, facilitates weekly technical meetings with action item lists and minutes;

• Reviews and approves the design documents, trends, change orders, material requisitions, technical portion of bid tabs, engineering studies, quantity take-offs, man-hour forecasts, progress reports and, through concerned disciplines, coordinates resolutions for field-initiated engineering questions on engineering (RFIs);

• Organizes, assists and participates in plot plan reviews, PFD reviews, P&ID reviews, HAZOP, 3D model reviews, constructability reviews, value improving practices, client safety and operations reviews of the design work, and quality checking plan including field checking;

• Reviews engineering progress against approved schedules and budgets, evaluates changes and initiates corrective actions, or Management of Change (MOC);

• Leads the readiness review before the start of construction and after completion of design;

Minimum Qualifications:

• A recognized degree in an engineering or scientific discipline from an accredited university;

• Progressive work experience, including supervision roles, preferably in project engineering but may include other relevant types of engineering including start-up, field engineering or plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants or engineering/construction firms;

• Demonstrated leadership qualities, skilled in supervision, and leads the team by example;

• Multi-tasking and coordination skills executing complex projects in a high pressure and fast-paced environment;

• Strong in interpersonal, problem solving, conflict resolution and negotiation skills;

• Excellent in both oral and written communications skills, especially regarding issues which have potential contractual implications;

• A self-motivated person who can motivate others;

• Communicates in a proactive, accurate and positive manner at all times;

• Proficient technical ability and knowledge of project engineering processes and procedures;

• Working knowledge of the industry and regulatory standards, procurement and construction systems and procedures;

• Takes charge and is responsible for attaining the project design, engineering and construction goals regarding safety, quality, health, environment, cost and schedule;

• Skilled in customer relationship management.

Randstad Professionals Canada
Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.

Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.