CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER FOR PUBLIC BUILDING PROJECTS

MONTREAL

qualifications


Introduction

SAJO, a well-established company specializing in the construction industry for nearly 45 years and headquartered in Montreal, is currently seeking a Construction Project Manager for public institutional building projects in the Greater Montreal area.


Reporting directly to the Executive Vice President and General Manager, Buildings, Construction, the Project Manager's responsibilities include

 

  • Ensure implementation of all phases of the project, quality and schedule tracking.
  • Document all phases of the project accurately and completely.
  • Plan the budget in detail and track project costs.
  • Read plans and specifications and enforce contract documents on site.
  • Supervise the work of staff and subcontractors on the job site, resolve problems and act as a resource person
  • Build strong relationships and maintain ongoing communication with clients, subcontractors, site personnel and other stakeholders.
  • Help build a strong network and reputation with clients and other strategic stakeholders such as specialty subcontractors, architects and engineers.
  • Demonstrate positive leadership, management and negotiation skills.

Required Skills and Experience:

 

  • Minimum 5 years of experience as a Construction Project Manager for public building projects for a general contractor.
  • Experience and knowledge of the public works and institutional market
  • Good verbal and written communication skills in French
  • Understanding of the procedures, duties and responsibilities of a Construction Project Manager for public building projects

Additional benefits for the selected candidate:

 

  • In addition to the very attractive and advantageous salary conditions and the Group, Medical and Dental Insurance Plan for the candidate and his/her entire family, a series of benefits for the successful candidate may be added to the candidate’s offer depending on the candidate profile selected for this position.

 

*The masculine gender is used to lighten the text.