Nucor Environmental Solutions is seeking an experienced Hazardous Materials Project Manager/estimator for our Edmonton Office. At Nucor Environmental Solutions the Project Manager assumes responsibility for overseeing all aspects of assigned projects, including but not limited to safety, estimating, proposal submissions, initiating projects, reporting, profitability and invoicing/collecting. The Project Manager is accountable for developing the project objectives, defining the project scope, creating the schedule, managing costs and reporting to stakeholders. There will be interaction required between Nucor Environmental Solution’s Emergency Response and Industrial Cleaning divisions both in Alberta and British Columbia.
Ensure site safety and environmental standards are met or exceeded, and implementation of company’s safety policies
Coordinate and communicate effectively all necessary project safety requirements and make sure procedures are implemented on every project
Provide strong leadership and clear direction to field team members
Create, update and achieve project schedule commitments within financial targets ensuring project profitability
Maintain strong relationships with subcontractors, suppliers, customers, consultants and owners to ensure needs are met and to establish future business opportunities
Ensure that the quality of the materials and workmanship meet or exceed standards
Maintain and track billing, progress reports and monthly cost projections.
Report monthly accruals to accurately reflect project margin
Attend client / site owner meetings as requested
Negotiate contracts, change management and claims
Assist in ensuring timely payment of invoices
Ensure customer satisfaction through the execution of projects
Estimating and Bidding tenders
Build and develop relationships with new and existing clients
Participate in the local environmental industry through seminars, industry specific training, and conferences
Qualifications and Education
College diploma or university degree, preferably in Environmental Studies or construction discipline-related experience or equivalent education preferred
PMP Certification is an asset
Effective oral and written communication skills with the ability to adapt communication style to maintain effective relationships with clients, owners and consultants
Strong customer service focus
Ability to read and understand contracts, blueprints, drawings and specifications
Working knowledge or experience with building construction and demolition
Ability to prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment
Ability to travel out of town or out of Province when required
Must be eligible to work in Canada.
Minimum of 5 years of related work experience in construction, demolition, environmental consulting or hazardous materials industry
Project Management and estimating background
Strong Computer literacy with advanced skills in MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel), MS Projects, Sharepoint
Compensation and Benefits
This is a salaried position. Salary is dependent on experience – please ensure your salary expectations are outlined in your cover letter.
Extended Medical and Dental
Vehicle and/or vehicle allowance
Company gas card provided
Qualified applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to Tanya McDouall at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.