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PROJECT COORDINATOR- Department of Facilities Management, Canada- Apply Now

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Memorial University of Newfoundland are looking for a highly skilled Technologist to serve as a Project Coordinator in the Facilities Engineering and Development division of the Department of Facilities Management. The post will involve technical writing and construction administration tasks.

Responsibilities

The Project Coordinator, who reports to the Manager of Minor Capital Projects, will carry out projects that involve initiating, developing, and planning project activities. Responsibilities encompass:

Conducting coordination and evaluation of engineering systems, offering advice, and generating drafts.
Offering support and contributing insights on matters pertaining to coding.
Engaging in interactions with consultants, contractors, clients, and colleagues.
Monitoring project accomplishments, deliverables, and requests for modifications.
Assessing, overseeing financial records, resolving issues, and finalizing project documentation.
The task involves furnishing departments with initial and comprehensive construction estimates in response to their requests.
Facilitating the acquisition and dissemination of technical knowledge and support to shop supervisors and trades people engaged in scheduled maintenance activities.
Engaging in commissioning and handover activities in collaboration with the Operations and Maintenance personnel within the department.
Carrying out additional responsibilities as necessary.

Qualifications

3-5 years of experience in a design/detailing setting, with a minimum of 2 years of working with Autodesk Revit to create detailed contract documents for complex and/or renovation projects. Successful completion of an accredited 3-year Engineering Technology program with experience in building construction and contract administration. Alternatively, any equivalent combination of experience and training is acceptable. The desired candidate should possess proficient technical skills in creating drawings and providing detailed information on architectural building systems. Additionally, they should possess a thorough awareness of the NBCC 2020, exhibit a high level of professionalism, and demonstrate exceptional communication abilities. Proficiency in many software platforms, such as Microsoft Office (including MS Project), Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp, and Autodesk AutoCAD, is highly valued. Eligibility for professional registration with AETTNL as a professional technologist is a prerequisite for candidates.

 

The hourly wage range for NAPE Local 7801 is between $32.92 and $38.61.
The deadline for submission is April 8, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. NST

All eligible individuals are strongly urged to submit their applications; although, priority will be given to applicants who possess the legal entitlement to work in Canada. Memorial University demonstrates a strong dedication to job fairness and inclusivity, actively promoting the submission of applications from individuals who meet the necessary qualifications. This includes women, individuals of any sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; Indigenous peoples; visible minorities and racialized individuals; as well as individuals with disabilities.

The collection of personal information in your application is conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Memorial University Act (RSNL 1990 c M-7). This collection is designed to facilitate the identification and recruitment of potential candidates, evaluate the qualifications of applicants, and maintain records related to the management of employment at Memorial University of Newfoundland.

If the candidate is deemed successful, this information will be incorporated into their permanent employment record and will be utilized for additional job-related activities. It is possible for this information to be shared with government departments and agencies in accordance with legal obligations, as well as with third-party service providers where it is deemed necessary for the administration of programs and activities.

For any inquiries regarding the acquisition, utilization, and dissemination of the data contained within this form, kindly reach out to MyHR, Department of Human Resources, via email at myhr@mun.ca.