Colliers Project Leaders Inc.

  • Construction Administrator- Transportation Projects

    Location CA-ON-Thunder Bay
    Job ID
    Project Management
  • Overview

    As Colliers Project Leaders continues to grow and attract exciting project opportunities, we seek a Construction Administrator with previous experience in Transportation Projects to join our team in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The Construction Administrator will be responsible for administering the terms of construction contracts on behalf of our client for various construction site projects in different field office locations.


    Here at Colliers Project Leaders, our people act as trusted advisors to our clients, representing their interests at all times to multiple stakeholders and providing leadership and support to the teams they oversee and work with. We take a client centric approach to project delivery and our staff are given the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and expertise on a diverse range of projects that vary in scope and complexity.


    Who We Are:


    At Colliers Project Leaders, we are building and infrastructure projects leaders. 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 offers 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: CIGI), an industry leading global real estate services company with more than 16,000 skilled professionals operating in 66 countries.


    How you’ll contribute as a Construction Administrator at Colliers Project Leaders:


    • Be the primary representative for the client on the site and responsible for administering the terms of the construction agreement, ensuring the contractor’s performance is in line with the contract documents and that the client’s best interests are protected
    • Provide supervision and guidance to junior and senior inspectors on various construction site projects
    • Ensure and promote ongoing adherence to health and safety policies and guidelines on site in accordance with applicable health and safety regulations
    • Ensure regulation compliance through preliminary and ongoing site plan reviews
    • Prepare reporting, quantity measurements, claims and payment certifications
    • Liaise and ensure ongoing, effective communication between clients, contractors and consultants



    What you’ll bring to the table:


    • A university degree or diploma in civil engineering or related discipline
    • Registered or eligible to register for either P.Eng. or CET designation a strong asset
    • Certified by OACETT for the Road Construction Contract Administrator (RCCA) designation is required
    • Sound knowledge of design standards, specifications and materials associated with construction, laws and regulations including environmental, traffic control, and occupational health and safety requirements and their application in construction contracts
    • Previous experience and education or training in dispute resolution, MTO T131 Advanced Claims – Dispute Resolution certification an asset
    • 4-8 years relevant construction contract administration experience on transportation projects
    • Previous experience performing asphalt, grading and structural inspections
    • Aptitude for reading and interpreting construction drawings and specifications
    • Effective leadership and organizational skills with the ability to effectively influence others and successfully resolve a variety of client, project and technical issues
    • Excellent written and verbal communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
    • Strong computer skills, including a working knowledge of scheduling (MS Project), word processing (Word) and spreadsheet (Excel) software applications


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