EVRAZ is looking for a Project Manager to join our Canadian Engineering team. This position can be based in Regina, Calgary or Red Deer.
The successful candidate will be responsible for planning, executing and evaluating projects according to predetermined timelines and budgets, as well as, building and managing project teams and updating the Project Sponsor and ensuring quality control throughout project life cycles.
This position will report to the Director of Engineering, Canadian Operations.
Actively manage the project on a day-to-day basis to ensure that outputs are being delivered on schedule and on budget to the required quality
Develop, define and communicate project scope, charter, schedule and project cost forecast, track and manage project monthly costs, monthly financial reporting and client invoicing per company standards
Ensure that all project components and activities meet local, provincial and / or federal codes and regulations as well as company’s policies
Identify and select the internal project team based on available resources
Coordinate, organize and prioritize tasks for the project team, including vendor selection, planning, product development, production and finance
Ensure that all internal and external stakeholders have adequate opportunity to provide input, comments and approvals
Ensure smooth integration of project activities through all project phases from initiation, through design, construction, commissioning and close-out
Minimize risks through early identification, planning and proactive project management practices
Initiate the request for proposals, tenders and other competitive selection procedures, and work with the strategic sourcing office on the tendering process as required
Degree in Engineering or other technical field
Project Management Professional (PMP) designation, preferred
10+ years of progressive experience leading projects and project teams
Very strong understanding of Project Management methodologies
Ability to create and drive teams to completion of complex tasks and initiatives
Experience in a heavy manufacturing environment, preferred
Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio)
Excellent organization skills and ability to manage competing priorities
Ability to lead a team in a matrix environment
Detailed oriented and excellent at keeping records
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong ability to perform well under pressure
All applicants must be legally able to work in Canada without sponsorship.