Project Manager, Land Development

Department: Land Development
Reports to: Director of Land Development
Location: Vaughan or Whitby

TMIG’s Land Development team wins and delivers projects that support the land development sector. Activities include proposals and pre-positioning for new assignments, and all the engineering services needed to support the planning process from property acquisition through to detailed design, construction, and assumption.

Project Managers in Land Development are responsible for the successful delivery of medium to large scale residential, commercial, or industrial land development projects ranging in scope from preliminary servicing investigations, master/functional servicing studies, preliminary and detailed design, and contract administration and tender preparation.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Project Delivery: Manage projects for scope, schedule, budget, client satisfaction, risk, and quality. Financial management of projects, including resource management, change-orders, reporting, and client invoicing. Technical direction of staff and multi-disciplinary project teams to complete deliverables, adhere to quality management processes, and obtain all necessary approvals. Oversight of multiple simultaneous projects through to completion.

Technical Support: Provide design services or technical expertise for site plan, residential, commercial, or industrial development projects. Prepare servicing reports and cost estimates. Contribute to company-wide quality management initiatives.

Business Development: Develop and maintain relationships with municipal/approval agencies. Participate in business development initiatives, identify and pursue strategic opportunities, maintain and develop positive relationships with clients, and develop/write proposals.

Team Management: Train and mentor junior team members. Collaborate with other project managers to identify staffing and training requirements. Lead by example to promote a high-performance team culture.

QUALIFICATIONS:

General: Success in leading and motivating technical teams with a results-driven approach while maintaining a positive, professional attitude. Strong attention to detail and ability to produce quality results. Excellent organization, time management, and negotiation skills. Excellent client relationship skills and high level of customer service. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong technical writing skills.

Technical: Strong engineering expertise with in-depth knowledge of industry best practices and standards. Solid understanding of local planning and development approval processes. Ability to identify project issues and quickly find resolutions. Previous project management experience with ability to manage diverse projects of varying complexities. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize team workload to meet tight deadlines. Working knowledge of AutoCAD, LDD, and Civil 3D.

Professional Knowledge and Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or equivalent. Minimum 12 years relevant experience. Professional engineer (P.Eng.) or CET in Ontario. PMP and LEED are assets.

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