Help us boldly shape retail in Canada
Canadian Tire Corporation’s (CTC) rich heritage of serving Canadians from coast-to-coast dates back to 1922. Our vision is to become the #1 retail brand in Canada by 2022 and we are focused on innovating and making important investments in our business, especially when it comes to our people. To reach our goal, we need the best talent to help us evolve and drive change across the business – and boldly help shape Canada’s retail industry. As we strive to be at the forefront of a complex and vastly changing retail industry, it is an exciting time to join the Canadian Tire family of companies.
The Division of Canadian Tire Real Estate Limited (CTREL) is responsible for the site selection, acquisition, construction, sustainability, property management and environmental management of Canadian Tire, PartSource, Petroleum, SportChek, Mark’s and our income producing portfolio across Canada.
The Project Manager will work as an integral part of the Asset Management team that is responsible for the maintenance of corporate assets across Canada. The team is also responsible for managing a high volume of diverse building and site capital maintenance repair and replacement projects across Canada for Canadian Tire’s extensive real estate portfolio.
What you’ll do
The Project Manager ensures that Canadian Tire Corporation’s real estate portfolio is maintained in accordance with the Dealer Contract and all laws and regulations. This maintenance includes responsibility for all corporate components and involves capital asset repairs and replacements at end-of-life which will result in an improved customer experience in the store while maintaining the premises to first class standards.
Manage all corporate real estate assets for the Eastern Region (includes Eastern Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI, and Newfoundland).
Respond to store inquiries related to building and site maintenance issues.
Administer the Dealer contract to ensure that Dealers maintain their stores and when necessary, perform work on account for the Dealers and charge-back the costs.
Review, interpret, and explain maintenance manual policies to Dealers, Franchisees, and Managers.
Manage minor environmental projects.
Manage corporate maintenance programs where offered.
Identify and manage capital replacement projects on a store-by-store basis, a project valued at >$400 million over the next 15 years.
Create and maintain a database of contractors for each geographical territory.
Participate in the Dealer changeover process to ensure that issues identified are assigned to the appropriate accountability and to ensure that work is carried out in a timely manner.
Provide regular feedback to the Standards Department on actual building performance related matters.
Read and understand corporate obligations contained in leases, cross-access agreements, and license agreements and ensure compliance with all contracts.
Read and understand development agreements, site plan agreements, and building permits and ensure compliance with all permits and agreements.
Who you are
We are looking for individuals who are:
Creative and courageous, with the ability to manage in an environment of change and ambiguity to help us take bold, strategic moves in this rapidly evolving retail environment
Action oriented, and comfortable taking calculated risks to better serve our customers and business
Outcome focused, critical thinkers with the ability to analyze and visualize, to ensure continuous improvement across our entire business
Collaborative team players with superior influencing skills, who build relationships easily across various stakeholder groups to move initiatives forward
Inclusive leaders who build and develop teams that effectively anticipate and respond to disruption, while consistently delivering strong performance
If you’re curious, ready to take on new challenges and open to doing things differently to help us evolve rapidly, then this is definitely the place to be.
What you bring
Background in building science and/or building management.
Ten + years of experience in the construction industry. Engineering degree preferred however technical degrees will be considered.
Fluently proficient in French and English (both written and spoken).
Ability to work within tight timelines and meet deadlines.
Ability to manage strict budgets and maximize financial performance.
Knowledge of municipal processes, by-laws, and building codes.
Comfortable on site and dealing with contractors.
Excellent communication, presentation and negotiation skills.
Proficiency in Word, Excel, Access & Power Point.
Good organizational skills.
Availability to travel throughout Eastern Canada.
About Canadian Tire Corporation
Canadian Tire and its family of companies are boldly shaping retail in Canada and we continue to deliver a positive experience for our customers. As one of the most trusted brands in Canada, our employees take pride in the work we do across the country. It’s more than the iconic triangle that keeps our employees around. From benefits and perks, to learning and development opportunities, to our commitment to Jumpstart – these are some of the many reasons why Canadian Tire Corporation is one of Canada’s Top Employers .
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Canadian Tire is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all. We recognize that our future success depends on the perspectives and contributions of all our employees - their diverse backgrounds, abilities and experiences make our business stronger. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodations needed to ensure fair and equitable access throughout the recruitment and selection process. All accommodation information provided will be treated as confidential and used only for the purpose of providing an accessible candidate experience. Real Estate & Construction
: Nov 14, 2019, 3:49:13 PM