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Sr. Site Construction Manager

Category: Utilities Work Type: Contract Location: Ontario

Position: Sr. Site Construction Manager

Location – 40km southwest of Ottawa, Ontario

Duration: 5 months.

Rate: $80-$95/ + $200 a day PD

Summary: The Senior Site Construction Manager will be responsible for managing and overseeing the construction of wind-powered and solar generation projects to ensure the fulfillment of project requirements in terms of schedule, cost, and quality.

Main accountabilities:

  • Support the completion of preliminary engineering specifications of construction and supply contracts for assigned projects and review and provide constructability feedback
  • Support the development of Project Construction Execution Plan to accomplish project goals and provide leadership on the project teams
  • Participate in the supplier qualification process and in selecting qualified suppliers and contractors in the RFP process
  • Assist in hiring competent field staff to ensure adequate resources are in place for effective and timely execution of the project
  • Manage the project construction schedules and budgets and coordinate the same with other team participants including the Project Construction Manager
  • Coordinate all the internal and external relations necessary to assure the development and delivery of the project site
  • Manage contractors to ensure project construction activities and the execution of work are performed to ensure that quality, schedule, cost, safety, environmental, and landowner requirements are met
  • Supervise field staff and maintain current knowledge of the overall project, leading the resolution of differences when required and reviewing plans and procedures to identify and effect changes when necessary
  • Maintain familiarity with contracts and documents in order to ensure that work is executed in accordance with EDPR’s expectations and that the work fulfills contractual requirements
  • Develop effective relationships with contractors, suppliers, engineers, consultants, local officials, and permitting officials to ensure successful, timely completion of deliverables that support the project goals
  • Develop effective and supportive relationships with colleagues including those with responsibilities in other areas of the company such as development, operations, tax, accounting, finance, electric sale, insurance, legal, etc.
  • Ability to mentor and oversee a more junior construction manager remotely
  • Additional duties as required Direct reports: 4 -7

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or an equivalent amount of relevant experience
  • 10+ years in construction, energy project execution, an environmental or engineering field, or a directly related field
  • Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office software
  • Experience with power plant construction, wind turbine installation and maintenance preferred
  • Wind farm and solar construction experience preferred
  • Ability to work around low, medium, and high voltage equipment
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
  • Ability and willingness to respond to site emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as needed
  • Ability to quickly understand the basics of a variety of subjects relating to wind energy, including wind studies, environmental and cultural studies, transmission issues, public relations, public policy, sales, and civil and electrical engineering
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