Project Coordinator
University Health Network
Toronto, Ontario, CA
1d ago

JOB POSTING #839637

POSITION : Project Coordinator (3 positions)DEPARTMENT : FM-PRO Planning & Integration, University Health Network (UHN)SITE : LuCliffREPORTS TO : Manager, Planning & IntegrationSALARY : $60,937 - $76,167 per annumHOURS : 37.5 hours per weekSTATUS :

THE ROLE : As an integral member of the FM-PRO Planning and Integration team, the PROJECT COORDINATOR will assist with the organization and implementation of multiple / simultaneous projects varying from planning, design, construction, furniture and relocation projects, under the direction of the Manager, Planning & Integration or designate.

  • The principle responsibilities include : coordinating and implementing strategies to facilitate cost effective and timely execution of multiple, simultaneous projects for the assigned user groups;
  • monitoring the progress and quality of work associated with project deliverables; developing and maintaining accurate project documentation;
  • monitor and control project scope, budget, and schedule; and performing other duties consistent with the job classification as assigned or requested, to contribute to the efficient functioning of the Planning & Integration Projects portfolio.

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES :

  • Coordinates and implements strategies to facilitate the cost effective and timely execution of multiple / simultaneous projects varying from planning, design, construction, furniture, and relocation projects for assigned user groups
  • Monitors the progress and quality of work associated with project deliverables
  • Develops and maintains accurate project documentation
  • Monitors and controls project scope, budget, and schedule
  • Performs administrative responsibilities to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the department
  • Performs cross-functional and other duties consistent with job classification as assigned or requested, to contribute to the efficient functioning of the Planning & Integration Projects portfolio
  • BACKGROUND ON UHN : Join a leader in patient care, research and education. Each one a leader. Together, something far greater than the sum of our parts.

    The Energy of the City. The Rewards of a Great Career. That’s what you can expect from the University Health Network (UHN).

    With 14,000 employees, 1,400 physicians, nearly 1,800 volunteers and 3,400 students, we represent the coming together of shared values and diverse expertise in patient care, research and education.

    Each of our facilities Toronto General Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is a leader in its own right and makes a unique contribution to the whole.

    Together, we create something far greater than the sum of our parts.

    UHN is a recognized leader in patient care, research and education. Our teaching hospitals have earned an international reputation for pushing the boundaries of research, pioneering diagnostics and treatments, and using state-of-the-art technology.

    Princess Margaret Hospital is a world leader in cancer care, education and research. Toronto Western Hospital provides world-class care in neuroscience, musculoskeletal health and arthritis, and community and population health.

    Toronto General Hospital is leading the way in cardiac care, organ transplants, and the treatment of complex patient needs.

    And Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is revolutionizing rehabilitation by developing solutions for people living with the consequences of illness, injury and aging.

    All four hospitals have locations in downtown Toronto, the most culturally diverse city in Canada, offering access to all the excitement and amenities of a major urban centre together with a true community atmosphere.

    BACKGROUND ON UHN's FM-PRO Planning & Integration : The Facilities Management Planning, Redevelopment & Operations (FM-PRO) is a newly unified department that are made up of the following portfolio services : Building Operations, Maintenance & Security, Environmental Services, Planning and Integration, Redevelopment Projects, Retail, Nutrition & Parking, Sustainability & Energy Management and Michener Institute.

    As one of the service portfolio of FM-PRO, the Planning & Integration team manages all the master planning activities, space management, front end planning activities of the large scale redevelopment projects as well as small scale operational project requests from planning, design, construction, furniture and relocation projects.

    QUALIFICATIONS :

  • At a minimum, completion of a 3-year community college program in Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, Construction, Urban Planning or equivalent
  • Minimum 3+ years related practical experience
  • Progression towards a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is an asset
  • Experience in working in a healthcare environment, major institutional or public sector is an asset
  • Knowledge in building technical codes and standards applicable to acute health care environments is an asset.
  • Knowledge of Broader Public Sector Procurement Directives and Supply Chain Guidelines is an asset
  • Experience with furniture and equipment planning and procurement required
  • Experience with decanting and relocation of personnel, furniture and equipment required
  • Excellent time management and prioritization and organizational skills required
  • Excellent problem recognition and resolution skills required
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with strong attention to detail required
  • Excellent analytical skills required
  • Understanding of master and space planning, and functional programming an asset
  • Demonstrate ability to use Microsoft Office applications required
  • AutoCAD and MS Project experience required
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