Our client, a well-established natural resource enterprise, has an opportunity for a Mechanical Project Manager to join their Engineering team in Peace River, Alberta.
Amazing company culture, career growth, and a fun workplace. Wonderful small community living and outdoor activity unlimited. Relocation assistance is available for this stellar opportunity!
In this role, the Mechanical Project Manager is responsible for collaborating with mill operations and maintenance departments in order to achieve key project milestones.
What You'll be Doing:
- Responsible for implementing the annual capital projects, as well as any special projects for the year.
- Build a small but effective high performance project team in accordance with the project plan, including budget and reporting timeframes.
- Develop and manage project documentation, terms of reference and project plans.
- Identify risk areas for the project and mitigation strategies.
- Build effective relationships with key stakeholders, and manage the interfaces between the operations, maintenance, fabricators, construction and other engineering disciplines.
- Contribute to annual capital budget development, management of the budgets and regular reporting of progress.
- Monitor and evaluate project results and progress against specifications and outcomes.
- Additional duties, as required.
What You Bring to the Table:
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering or a Certificate in Engineering Technology in a related discipline with preference given for relevant experience in an industrial setting.
- APEGA eligibility and/or Project Management Professional designation would be considered an asset.
- Experience using formal project management methodology.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills with demonstrated relationship management abilities.
- Able to effectively manage time and prioritize tasks.
- Strong attention to detail and troubleshooting abilities with capacity to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
- Demonstrated knowledge of various construction and fabrication codes, standards and practices.
- Demonstrated knowledge of piping, vessels and pulp mill mechanical equipment.
- Experience working with MS Project / MS Office.
- Self-starter, proactive, and passionate team player.
- Experience working in a Pulp Mill will be considered an asset.
What You will Receive in Return:
- Four day work week Monday - Thursday (7:00 a.m—5:00 p.m)
- Competitive Salary
- Employer Paid Benefits
- Pension Plan
- RRSP Matching
- Professional development
- Relocation Assistance
- Challenging and rewarding career opportunities with an organization focused on health, safety and sustainability.
Interviews are currently being conducted. Don't hesitate to apply today! Cover letters not required.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that values the strength diversity brings to the workplace. All qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetics, age, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law, are strongly encouraged to apply.