Colliers Project Leaders Inc.

Project Manager - Healthcare

Location CA-ON-Ottawa
Job ID
Project Management


Colliers Project Leaders is experiencing unprecedented growth. The Healthcare sector represents one of our key growth markets for us. Our current list of clients represents some of the best healthcare organizations and institutions across the country. We seek a project manager to join our team in Ottawa and work with our valued clients primarily in the healthcare sector. However, exposure to other institutional clients can certainly occur.


The leader must possess a minimum of 5 years' experience delivering programs of work or capital projects for institutional clients, with an impressive portfolio of healthcare sector experience.  The ideal applicant has managed the design and construction phases of capital projects.   It would be an asset to have led projects from preliminary planning, programming, and schematic design.  Work with the Ministry of Health and/or Infrastructure Ontario would also be an asset.


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 600 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: 


  • Develop strong client relationships and lead healthcare projects from beginning to end, to achieve our client’s goals and objectives;
  • Lead program and project planning, scheduling and budgeting, consultant tendering and selection, operational readiness planning, and contract administration efforts;
  • Regularly report to the client on project status by means of schedule updates, meeting minutes, financial records and other reports;
  • Manage project staff allocated to your projects, peer reviewing their deliverables and continuously developing their knowledge and capabilities;
  • Chair client, project and site meetings, find resolution to issues and coordinate between multiple stakeholders
  • Provide oversight and leadership to the change management process, payment certificates and other contract or project related administrative documents;
  • Ensure that client expectations and satisfaction are met or exceeded on all projects and the client’s best interests are represented with respect to contractual and technical issues;
  • Select and organize project teams and establish levels of authority and lines of communication.


  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in project management, delivering new build and capital improvement projects.
  • Recent experience delivering projects in the healthcare sector, advising and working collaboratively with  stakeholders (healthcare and clinical teams);
  • A university degree or diploma in design, architecture, engineering, health sciences or management (or an equivalent combination of academic and practical experience);
  • Keen understanding of healthcare organizations and their operational constraints;
  • Depth of knowledge in program and project planning, scheduling and budgeting, interior and base building construction techniques, operational readiness, and contract admin;
  • Experience with the preparation of Requests for Proposals, Tenders and Tender closing/award procedures.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills;
  • Strong computer skills, including a working knowledge of scheduling (MS Project), word processing (Word) and spreadsheet (Excel) software applications;
  • PMP designation and LEED AP accreditation is an asset.


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