New Job Bridge Project Manager In Saskatchewan
|Bridge Project Manager|
Bridge Project Manager
Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $5,825–$7,574 a month
Location : Saskatchewan
The Ministry of Highways is seeking a highly motivated individual with excellent interpersonal and leadership skills to join the Bridge Branch, Design and Construction team. This position may be located in Prince Albert or Saskatoon. The Bridge Project Manager will work with other specialized transportation professionals in a project and team environment. As a Bridge Project Manager, you will be responsible for engineering activities associated with the inspection, design, construction, repair and strength assessment of bridges located on the provincial highway system.
You will be required to prepare working drawings, tender documents and manage bridge construction projects for high level of quality and prompt delivery during all phases; conduct condition inspections and prepare inspection reports for bridges on highway and municipal systems; negotiate agreements and maintain effective communication with regulatory agencies, contractors, consultants, utility companies, businesses and municipalities to ensure cost effectiveness; and participate in the development of policies, practices, procedures and standards related to highway and municipal bridge/structures design and construction. Candidates must possess comprehensive knowledge of Canadian Highway Bridge Design Codes.
This position requires a degree in civil engineering, with specialization in structures from an accredited university. You must be eligible for registration as a professional engineer or engineer in training with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS). You must have knowledge and expertise in structural design, geotechnical foundation design, hydraulic design, and materials. This position also requires general knowledge of project management, preservation and maintenance, operations, design, construction, contract administration and contract law.
You must have a valid driver's license and must be willing to work irregular hours, travel extensively throughout the province, and work in a field environment.
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