Colliers Project Leaders Inc.

Project Manager

Location CA-ON | CA-ON-Mississauga
Job ID
Project Management


As Colliers Project Leaders continues to experience unprecedented growth, we seek a Project Manager to join our team. The professional must demonstrate a minimum of 10 years of total project delivery experience - new building development and capital improvements. A minimum of 3 of years of the experience must have been gained in a project management (leadership) role versus in a support capacity (coordination).

The professional will be assigned to an exciting new build project in Toronto. The new facility will be 40,000 square feet in size and is mixed use (commercial office and space for innovation purposes).

Here at Colliers Project Leaders, the Project Manager acts as a trusted advisor to our clients, representing their interests at all times to multiple stakeholders and providing technical and project leadership to the teams they oversee. Our people are not only Project Managers, they are Project Leaders who take a client centric approach to project delivery and are given the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and expertise on a diverse range of projects that vary in scope and complexity appropriate to their level of experience.

Who We Are
Colliers Project Leaders

We lead building and infrastructure projects. Our Get it Right Solution™ ensures we get it ready, get it built and get it performing -- so investors, owners and occupants are certain of success.

With over 500 employees throughout Canada and the Middle East, Colliers Project Leaders offer a multi-cultural, multi-generational work environment where we cultivate excellence, develop leaders and deliver on client vision. Colliers Project Leaders is part of Colliers International Group Inc. (NASDAQ: CIGI; TSX: CIG), a global leader in commercial real estate services with more than 16,000 professionals operating from 502 offices in 67 countries.


What you’ll get to do as a Project Manager at Colliers Project Leaders:

  • Develop strong client relationships and act as a key advisor throughout the project to achieve the client’s goals and objectives
  • Dedicate your expertise to the delivery of a large and complex institutional building within a highly urbanized environment 
  • Ensure that client expectations and satisfaction are met or exceeded on all projects
  • Be a trusted advisor to clients and represent their best interests with respect to contractual and technical issues
  • Select and organize project teams and establish levels of authority and lines of communication
  • Chair project and site meetings, find resolution to issues and coordinate between multiple stakeholders
  • Regularly reporting on project status by means of schedule updates, meeting minutes, financial records and other reports
  • Provide oversight and leadership to the change management process, payment certificates and other contract or project related administrative documents


What you’ll need to be successful:

  • Minimum of 10 years of experience, representing owners in the delivery of projects of varying size and scope in a range of public sectors. Must have led new build projects either in the corporate office or public buildings sector.
  • A university degree or diploma in engineering, architecture or quantity surveying, Ideally PMP certified or working towards certification.
  • Skilled ability to facilitate and management the efforts of project teams - architects, engineers, consultants and contractors.
  • Strong knowledge of various types of construction and project management methodologies and practices.
  • Familiarity with sustainability/LEED design concepts.
  • Broad base of knowledge in building codes, contract law and relevant legislation
  • Strong organizational skills, combined with the ability to effectively influence others and successfully resolve a variety of client, project and technical issues
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills
  • Intermediate proficiency in MS Office, MS Project and MS Powerpoint. 


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