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Job Reference #: 1800000606
Categories: IT - Computer Services & Support, Management - Mid-Level (Manager, Director), Management - Project / Program
Founded in Quebec more than 50 years ago, Englobe is the one of Canada's largest soils, materials and environment organizations.
Englobe is distinguished by the credibility it has built up over the years and its people-centered values. Its 1,800 employees provide recognized expertise to a long roster of clients across Canada and abroad. The Englobe name is a guarantee of quality.
Englobe is currently looking for a Project Manager for Edmonton's office.
Our team of major and strategic projects Northern Canada is looking for a project manager to join a solidly experienced team. You will have to plan, organize and control the different steps of Phases I and II of environmental assessment studies and remediation.
- Plan, organize and control the different steps of the evaluation and environmental characterization study (Phases I and II)
- Coordinate and supervise field technical teams
- Analyze and interpret field data
- Write technical reports
- Manage project health and safety programs
- Manage the internal communication of the project as well as with clients and suppliers
- Manage internal and external resources to ensure the good execution of project operations - accountability
- Plan and respect project budgets and timelines
- Perform any other related tasks
- University education in Geological Engineering, Civil Engineering, Science or equivalent
- Relevant work experience related to this position
- Experience in the environmental field and northern environment will be considered an asset
- To be able to communicate perfectly in both languages (oral and written)
- Be mobile and willing, at specific times of the year, to stay on site for a period of 1 to 4 weeks
- Must have a valid driver's license
- ASP card for construction sites
- Good judgment and analytical skills
Englobe adheres to employment equity and equal opportunity programs and encourages all women, visible minorities, Aboriginals and disabled persons to apply.