KPMG LLP is seeking a Senior Manager to join our growing Infrastructure Advisory practice in Regina, Saskatchewan. Over the past 30 years, our Global Infrastructure Advisory practice has become the largest and fastest growing of its kind in Canada due to our deep and specialized knowledge and skills, and unrelenting commitment to client service excellence.
As leaders of the industry, we are passionate about earning client trust. We take deep personal accountability in measuring success from the only perspective that matters that of our clients.
When you work with us, you are working with a multi-disciplinary team of accountants, strategists, project financiers, economists, engineers, construction managers, capital markets advisors, project managers, asset manager professionals, public policy specialists, and other professionals.
Overview of the opportunity :
KPMG’s Global Infrastructure Advisory group is seeking a Senior Manager to join our Saskatchewan practice.
Our Global Infrastructure Advisory team - comprising almost 100 professionals nationally is a multi-disciplinary group of capital project managers, engineers, consultants, accountants, economists, and other specialists, many of whom are former owners, contractors, and / or design or construction professionals from industry.
We add value to our clients on their major infrastructure projects by helping them understand and manage the risks associated with their projects.
We assist both public sector and private sector clients in the development of strategies to realize their major infrastructure projects by providing a full spectrum of planning, transaction structuring, value for money, procurement, delivery, and asset management and operations advisory services.
In addition, as part of our growing Canadian practice, you will join a team of multi-disciplinary professionals supporting clients locally, regionally and across the country.
What you will do
This is a position for professionals with 10+ years of industry experience.
As the successful candidate, you will be part of the team delivering high quality services to top tier public and private sector clients.
You will advise on major projects for government (federal, provincial and municipal), as well as the private sector across a wide variety of industries and sectors including social infrastructure (health, education, etc.
energy, resources, agri-food, utilities, real estate, and transportation. You will also assist with business development in western Canada and nationally.
Project Development and Delivery
The services the successful candidate will provide to public and / or private sector clients may include :
The responsibilities of the successful candidate in delivering these services over the course of specific client engagements will include :
The successful candidate will help grow the business through :
The successful candidate will help develop our internal teams through :
What you bring to the role
Additionally, an MBA or other post-graduate studies or professional affiliations (e.g. CPA, CFA, P.Eng. PMP, etc.) is preferred, but not required.
10+ years of industry experienceA positive, solution-focused mindsetProven capabilities of managing and working within a multi-disciplinary teamDemonstrated initiative and ability to communicate and effectively engage with a diverse group of clientsStrong interpersonal skillsStrong emotional and organizational intelligenceExcellent writing and verbal communication skillsThe ability to simplify problems and synthesize related content into succinct and clear materialsProject planning, feasibility study and business case experience Project / construction management and / or procurement experience with large capital projectsProject controls and contract management experienceA solid understanding of the lifecycle activities supporting an infrastructure asset Experience with alterative contract types (e.
g. DBB, EPC, EPCM, DBFO, PPPs, etc.) Strong technical, analytical and problem-solving capabilitiesProven track record at managing multiple and competing priorities
The ability to travel across Canada, periodically as necessary, is also key to this role.
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As this role requires occasional or consistent attendance at a KPMG office and / or congregate setting, the successful candidate must be fully vaccinated (i.
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KPMG will provide reasonable accommodation if the successful candidate cannot be vaccinated due to grounds protected by human rights legislation in their province of employment.
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