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Project Lead (Algoma Steels)

GFL Environmental Canada Sault Sainte Marie ,ON
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

RESPONSIBILITIES

The incumbent is primarily responsible to ensure excellence in project execution while maintaining and strengthening positive relationships with customers and contractors working in the office and in the field. Other duties will evolve with capacity requirements and the flow and growth of our business. The position requires that the incumbent be capable of managing and responding to variable expectations.

  • Working closely and collaboratively with the Business Development Manager and the Estimator, actively oversee and manage the successful execution of projects as assigned
  • Emergency Response Team Lead: Direct responsibility for scheduling people, equipment, and related resources, coordinating the overall flow of project activity, and proactively updating issues with those who need to know
  • Develop, maintain, and implement project management procedures to accurately track and control costs associated with projects
  • Attend and host field meeting, including team tailgate meetings and conduct JHSC and Monthly H&S Meetings
  • Adapt to changing project and customer circumstances by developing workable and cost-effective contingency plans that respect overall project guidelines and contribute to planned outcomes
  • Develop and strengthen relationships with customers and business (sub) contractors.
  • Troubleshooting, problem solving, and effective communication are key success factors in sustaining relationships within the project work environment.
  • Ensure the highest degree of compliance with standards and regulations related to Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental legislation in all phases of project activity.
  • Actively contribute as required to ensure that projects maintain forward momentum. This will require a high degree of hands-on versatility with the ability to supervise work and operate equipment at job sites, consult with customers and execute contingency plans in a timely manner, and secure replacement or additional resources on jobs.
  • As capacity and business flow may dictate, assist Operations or other departments within the business through support with project management, quality control or process audits, or additional related and complementary duties.
  • Follow all established organizational policies and procedures.
  • Support the vision and values of the organization.
  • Promote and participate in a work environment free of workplace harassment and violence.
  • Perform work in a safe manner, so as not to endanger oneself or others.
  • Reporting workplace hazards, accidents or other occurrences that may pose a risk to the organization or the safety of oneself or others.
  • Adhere to the Occupational Health & Safety Act, Workplace Safety & Insurance Board Act, Ontario Human Rights Code and Employment Standards Act.
  • Participate in team/staff meetings when required.
  • Work in a manner that preserves confidentiality and minimizes risk.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS & COMPETENCIES

  • Post-secondary Diploma or Degree in a related field of study
  • Must have direct project management and leadership experience in the environmental and/or emergency services field
  • Able to adjust to flexible working schedule based in customer needs (Evenings and Weekends)
  • Comfort with various software platforms
  • Experience managing projects start to finish including, scoping, quoting, coordinating on site and tracking job costs and progress
  • Demonstrated knowledge with Asbestos, Lead, abatement and remediation (additional training can be provided)
  • Confidence reading and interpreting blue prints and engineering drawings
  • Knowledge of project coordination and related logistics
  • Occasional travel throughout Ontario, responding to on-call customer needs
  • Progressive experience in the environmental or waste management industry is considered an asset
  • Solid understanding of Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental legislation as it relates to remediation and waste management projects
  • Superior problem-solving and project troubleshooting skills
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively handle unanticipated issues that require urgent decision making
  • Above average communication and interpersonal skills with strong ability to negotiate outcomes that to the greatest extent possible meet the needs of all parties
  • Ability to work independently while contributing to a team effort, and a willingness to be very hands-on
  • Valid G Class license and comfortable driving a company vehicle for various work related needs
  • Valid Certification in First Aid/CPR (or willingness to obtain)
  • Bilingual English/French or other languages an asset

 

Company Description
The heart of GFL is found in the people who help us thrive.

While we’re proud to provide well-maintained equipment and state-of-the-art facilities to get the job done, GFL takes even more pride in the talented and dedicated people we employ to help ensure that our customers’ diverse Infrastructure and environmental management needs are handled safely and efficiently. At Green For Life, we enforce practical and safe work scheduling for all team members and maintain competitive wages plus comprehensive benefits packages.

GFL places the highest priority on the health and safety of the people involved in all aspects of our work. We invest in extensive safety training opportunities and work with institutes across North America to provide frontline instruction through industry-leading experts. From our first-class knowledge and strict regulatory compliance to our wide range of evaluation policies — GFL is committed to ensuring that all of our services are performed with the utmost attention
to safety.

GFL Environmental Canada

Why Work Here?

Competitive Wages,Comprehensive Benefits,Ongoing Training, Safety-Oriented

The heart of GFL is found in the people who help us thrive. While we’re proud to provide well-maintained equipment and state-of-the-art facilities to get the job done, GFL takes even more pride in the talented and dedicated people we employ to help ensure that our customers’ diverse Infrastructure and environmental management needs are handled safely and efficiently. At Green For Life, we enforce practical and safe work scheduling for all team members and maintain competitive wages plus comprehensive benefits packages. GFL places the highest priority on the health and safety of the people involved in all aspects of our work. We invest in extensive safety training opportunities and work with institutes across North America to provide frontline instruction through industry-leading experts. From our first-class knowledge and strict regulatory compliance to our wide range of evaluation policies — GFL is committed to ensuring that all of our services are performed with the utmost attention to safety.

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Sault Sainte Marie, ON
CAN

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