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|Open Date||Nov 13 2020 - 06:24:00 PM||Close Date||Dec 04 2020 - 11:59:00 PM|
|Position Title||Project Manager - Facilities and Buildings||Posting Type||Non-Union|
|Posting Status||Active||Position Length||Permanent Full Time|
|Department Group||Energy, Infrastructure and Community Services||Hours per Week||35|
|Education||Undergraduate Degree||Experience||5 - 5 years|
|Salary Range||$89,164 - $111,455 (Grade 11 - under review)||Category||Facility Operations|
Reporting to the Senior Project Manager – Facilities & Buildings, this position is responsible for leading mechanical and electrical facility renewal and enhancements projects.
Manage project lifecycles and contract administration through the design, construction and warranty period for mechanical and electrical/lighting renewal projects.
Provide oversight for internal staff teams as well as engineers, architects and other consultants engaged in corporate projects and review work to ensure that design, tender documents and procurement documents are completed and meet mechanical and electrical industry standards, regulatory and Building Code requirements.
Participate in implementing and maintaining site and public safety measures.
In collaboration with the City’s Corporate Energy & Emissions Coordinator implement standards to reduce the Green House Gas emissions for municipally owned facilities.
Research best practices and industry trends on applicable legislation and emerging areas of focus with respect to project management and construction (e.g. accessibility, sustainable design). Recommend, develop and implement, policies, processes and procedures as appropriate.
Represent the department and City of Burlington on corporate initiatives and teams liaising on an ongoing basis with internal partners, external agencies and interest groups.
Qualified applicants will have a sound knowledge of mechanical and electrical facility maintenance and renewal typically gained through a 4-year university degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Building Sciences. In addition, at least five (5) years of experience is required for the necessary understanding of building, electrical, fire codes, construction trades and techniques, energy conservation strategies, ASHRAE standards, HVAC and HVAC controls (Automated Logic, Delta Controls), plumbing, underground plumbing and associated civil work, electrical, lighting and related communication equipment. Sound knowledge of CCDC contracts and Supplementary Conditions. Experience in carbon neutral strategies and energy efficiencies in mechanical and electrical systems as well as experience in using AutoCAD for creating Mechanical and Electrical renewal drawings is also required.
Project management skills, excellent communications and negotiation skills, a proven orientation for detail and strong organizational skills to prioritize and manage multiple deadlines is essential. The successful applicant will also have a track record as a collaborative team player who can work independently and creatively to assist in developing new technical and logistical solutions.
The following qualifications are considered to be highly desirable:
P. Eng Designation,
Project Management Professional (PMP), and