Civil Engineering (Municipal Infrastructure & Water Resources, Land Development, and Transit)

Project Manager – Civil

Markham, Ontario, Canada
Posted: March 11 - 2021

Role Summary

LEA is hiring a Project Manager (P.Eng) to join the Civil Practice Area. This is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic company of leading professionals with a solid track record of success. The successful applicants will lead the delivery of a variety of private and public sector Civil projects, under these four main disciplines: Municipal, Land development and Transit projects, and Ministry of Transportation of Ontario.


Why Join Us?

LEA is a reputable, well-established employee-owned professional services firm comprised of engineers and planners. LEA provides consulting services for planning, design, and construction administration of Infrastructure, including Civil, Transportation, Transit, Structures, and Infrastructure Systems projects.
  • Our mindset is on the recruitment of like-minded high-performing individuals.
  • We are a medium-sized company with a Strategic Plan for growth and expansion.
  • We are employee-owned: about one-third of our employees are shareholders.
  • We have an entrepreneurial spirit, engaging in stimulating projects with plenty of room for advancement and career growth.
  • We offer a competitive total compensation package.
  • We prioritize employee mentorship and training opportunities to reach your fullest potential.
  • We have a collaborative work environment with flexible hours.
  • We balance work-life by unwinding with regular social events such as Golf Day, theatre, sporting events, canoeing, and bowling to name a few.


Job Description

Duties and Responsibilities
  • Lead the delivery of a variety of private and public sector Civil projects, including but not limited to Storm Water Management, Municipal Water Resources Systems, Watermains, Storm Sewers, Sanitary Sewers, Site Grading, Drainage, and Road Design.
  • Management of project requirements, resources, and schedules, to make sure projects are delivered on-time, within the scope and within budget, for both internal multi-disciplinary teams and sub-consultants.
  • Perform risk management analyses to identify and mitigate project risks.
  • Apply strong written and oral communication skills in the presentation of work activities to internal project teams and external client and stakeholder groups.
  • Prepare Technical Reports, including PDR, RCD, FSR, and SWM Reports, memos, letters, and emails.
  • Prepare regular status reports by tracking projects progress, budgets, accounts receivable and analyzing relevant project metrics.
  • Identify and develop new and existing opportunities with public and private sector clients, lead and participate in proposal writing, and project scheduling and budgeting.
  • Supervision, training, coaching, and mentoring of junior team members.
  • Maintain professional growth and development through seminars, workshops, and professional affiliations to keep abreast of the latest trends, software, and technology.
  • Participate in other exciting transportation, development, transit, municipal, and MTO-related assignments.
 Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Civil/Structural Engineering.
  • A minimum of 10-15 years of civil experience and project management.
  • Licensed Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with Professional Engineers Ontario.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) is an asset.
  • Detail-oriented and satisfactory problem-solving skills.
  • Proficiency in standard communication software (Microsoft Office 365; Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint and Outlook).
  • Very good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Strategic and process-oriented, prefers to operate in a fast and dynamic environment.
  • Team player, flexible, and able to prioritize with good organizational skills; and
  • Detail-oriented with excellent problem-solving skills.
 

Apply Online

We would like to thank all applicants, however, only those who qualify for an interview will be contacted. LEA is an equal opportunity employer. Please contact hr@lea.ca should you require information or assistance.

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