ST. CATHARINES OR HAMILTON
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WSP is currently seeking a Structural Project Manager to join our Structural Engineering Group, located at our St. Catharines or Hamilton office. Reporting to the Structural Engineering Department Manager this position will be responsible for working with a multi-disciplinary team to take innovative design solutions from proposals through to constructed projects for clients in a wide variety of sectors.
- Respond to client’s requests for proposals;
- Manage and coordinate projects with clients and other disciplines;
- Plan, execute and control the project through all phases from initial feasibility through preliminary design/definition, detailed design, construction;
- Successfully manage project performance (technical performance and/or production organization, on internal or external projects) with direct responsibility for service delivery and/or technical quality to the client;
- Supervise project team and overall project progress and performance. Guidance is given to junior engineers and technical staff assigned to a common task. Check work of assigned staff, suppliers and contractors for accuracy and conformance with standards. Provide performance information to Team Manager as required;
- Under the general supervision of a senior principal engineer, perform responsible and varied engineering assignments requiring general familiarity with a broad field of engineering and knowledge of reciprocal effects of the work upon other disciplines/fields;
- Solve problems by use of combinations of standard procedures, modifications of standard procedures or methods developed in previous assignments;
- Use initiative and judgment to resolve problems, interpret engineering specifications, investigate design and field engineering difficulties and coordinate work schedules;
- Recommend changes in plans, estimate costs and recommend payment for completed work;
- Contact associates in other departments to discuss and advise on requirements;
- Consult with suppliers or contractors to interpret specifications or other contract criteria;
- Consistently meet agreed targets and standards;
- Make effective decisions to direct project activities or practice processes and other initiatives;
- Develop and maintain client relationships effectively;
- Responsible for positive project budget performance;
- Complete engineering assessments;
- Write technical reports;
- Perform engineering calculations and assessments for steel, concrete, masonry, and wood structures;
- Other duties as assigned; and
- Occasional travel within Canada on occasion for site assessments and site support
- Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Structural Engineering;
- Registered Professional Engineer with the PEO;
- 8-15 years of experience;
- Thorough familiarity with all applicable codes and standards;
- Demonstrated Project Management experience;
- Suitable experience in the design of new and renovation projects for a variety of project types including Institutional (schools, data centres, prisons), Commercial (offices, retail stores, retail petroleum facilities), Residential (low-rise multi-family), Transportation (maintenance facilities, transit facilities), Health Care (hospitals, laboratories), and Light Industrial is required;
- Heavy industrial structural experience desirable but not mandatory;
- Seismic analysis and design experience an asset;
- Experience as a prime consultant as well as a sub-consultant working with Architects desirable;
- Should have general working knowledge of other building disciplines/fields of engineering;
- Proficiency in ETABS, SAFE, and RamSteel an asset;
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Offers of employment for safety-sensitive positions involving fieldwork are contingent upon candidates being able to perform key physical tasks of the job as described in the job posting and interview. This may include the ability to work in a variety of environmental conditions, such as remote or isolated areas, working alone, and in inclement weather (within safe and reasonable limits).
WSP welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
WSP is committed to the principles of employment equity. Only the candidates selected will be contacted.
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