Assistant Project Manager (Future Consideration)

Job ID 
2013-1390
Location 
CA-AB-Calgary
Category 
Project Management
More information about this job:
Overview:

Does your definition of project success begin with client satisfaction?

 

As MHPM’s Western Region continues to attract exciting project opportunities, we seek an Assistant Project Manager to join our team in Calgary.  

 

Are you motivated to further develop your career by obtaining the LEED accreditation and working toward a PMP designation? Have you gained some experience in a consultancy or professional services environment, design management, construction contract administration, or project financial management? Is your experience backed by an education in engineering, architecture or quantity surveying?

 

Our Assistant Project Managers get the opportunity work with the best in the industry and to develop their skills on a diverse range of projects that vary in scope and complexity.

 

Why MHPM?

Since 1989, MHPM has built a solid reputation as an unrivalled, trusted leader of facility projects.  MHPM is founded on a single powerful idea: a dedicated project leader working on behalf of the facility owner to bring value and ensure project success. We hire the best and provide a work environment where excellence is cultivated, leadership is developed and vision is delivered.

 

MHPM offers a multi-cultural and multi-generational work environment that provides opportunities to learn, grow and share information. As a member of the MHPM team, our people are at the forefront of sustainable design and building practices and are encouraged to continually increase their skills and knowledge through professional development opportunities.

Responsibilities:

What you’ll get to do as an Assistant Project Manager at MHPM:

  • Work alongside experienced project managers to learn the keys to client satisfaction and successful project delivery
  • Provide project  support to the Project Manager(s) including schedule updates, progress reports and preparation of tender and contract documents
  • Engage in on-site organization of contractors and consultants
  • Attend project and site meetings, capturing action items and key decisions in minutes
  • Provide a communication path between the Project Manager(s) and contractors, consultants and suppliers
  • Provide relief support on other projects when available to do so
  • Ensure that project activities are conducted in accordance with MHPM’s Quality Management System
Qualifications:

What you’ll need to be successful:

  • A university degree or diploma in engineering, architecture or quantity surveying (or an equivalent combination of academic and practical experience)
  • Previous exposure to consultant and design management, construction contract administration and project financial an asset
  • An understanding of project delivery models, including design-build, construction management, design-bid-build and P3/AFP
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills 
  • Self-motivation, initiative and an eagerness to learn
  • A results oriented approach with the ability to take responsibility
  • Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to prioritize competing tasks to meet tight deadlines
  • Strong computer skills, including a working knowledge of scheduling (MS Project), word processing (Word) and spreadsheet (Excel) software applications
  • PMP designation and LEED accreditation an asset

 

Leadership works here. Join us. www.mhpm.com/careers

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MHPM is an equal opportunity employer offering a competitive benefits package, and unlimited potential for professional growth.

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