Senior Project Transportation Manager
Westminster Consulting - Oregon

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Responsibilities
Lead a team of up to 30 staff members
Oversee the delivery of all transportation related projects in the Province
At a senior level implement and oversee project quality control and quality assurance;
Be a company representative with the authority to act on behalf of the company;
Prepare proposals, project cost estimates, budgeting, forecasting and hiring qualified staff;
At a Senior level, coordinate, organize and control the activities of staff;
At a Senior level, review work progress, adherence to plans, procedures, and specifications;
Managing resolution of issues, ensure timely analysis and recommendations;
Provide construction and contract administration expertise, leadership, and mentoring of staff;
Ensure staffing levels meet the requirements of the project;
Identify staff training needs as required;
Business Development
Some travel required throughout the Province Qualifications
P. Eng., AScT or a combination of related experience and education
Have extensive experience supervising or managing highway construction projects or similar type of work pertaining to road construction;
Keen interest and experience in Business Development
Have proven ability to manage numerous complex highway construction projects at a senior level, and deliver completed, quality work on time and within budget;
Proven ability to coordinate a multi-disciplinary team on large, complex projects;
Have proven ability to work cooperatively and effectively with a wide variety of interests/authorities, including public levels of government, utility companies, contractors, and special interest groups;
Have proven negotiation skills;
Sound knowledge of Provincial design standards and ability to interpret and apply contract drawings, standards and specifications;
Demonstrated knowledge of relevant legislative (environment, health/safety, etc.) requirements and sensitivity to application in practical circumstances;
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
Ability to deal tactfully and persuasively with others;
Ability to organize, prioritize and schedule work;
Ability to analyze and solve problems;
Demonstrated leadership abilities;
Valid Saskatchewan driver's license with an acceptable driving record.

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