KONE is looking for an Installation Administrator to join our team in Vancouver.
The Installation Administrator will provide administrative and logistical support to the Project Management team for Western Canada.
This person will collaborate with all key stakeholders during installation projects and assist in coordinating the activities of designated projects to ensure that project objectives are accomplished within the agreed schedule and budget, using approved KONE methodologies and tools.
Your main Responsibilities :
The Project Administrator will work with / under the oversight & guidance of the Senior Project Manager and be responsible for the following :
Accountable for stakeholder satisfaction and managing their expectations
Accountable for effective collaboration and communication with and between stakeholders
Accountable for project cost control
Assist Project Managers Manages overseeing projects from beginning (K0) to project closure (K6)
Assist in variation and scope management and claims
Assist in project hand over :
Assist in creating the project plan and executing the project
Assist in creating a full chain schedule (sharing the plan)
Assist in getting stakeholder approvals where required
Assists in material control and inventory and takes care of the claim analysis
Assists in subcontractor qualification, evaluation and selection
Assists in negotiations for sub-contractor scope, terms and rates, instigates purchase orders and certifies bills
Project Management Specific to Major Projects
Assists in the creation of a project safety plan, quality plan, labour plan and logistics plan.
Assists in acheiving the project’s financial result.
Triggers invoice and collection process on time.
Assists in ensuring a succesful Project Start Up meeting.
Assists in monthly project reviews, project audits, handovers and final closure.
To use KONE project management communication tools.
Any other duties as assigned by KONE management
Skills, Education and Experience :
Experience with construction or related industry Project Management
Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in engineering is an asset.
General Project Management methodology and tool knowledge
Certified PMI project manager or agreed equivalent