Under the direction of the Senior Manager, Facilities and Project Management, the Construction Coordinator will provide construction coordination and inspection support services for Facilities Planning & Management Project Officers related to the implementation of facilities-related capital projects. The incumbent will also perform other related duties.
• successful completion of a 3-year diploma in architectural technology or an acceptable combination of education, experience and training;
• 2 years experience in construction inspection or the implementation of capital project construction work, preferably in a museum-type environment;
• knowledge of architectural and engineering design, building systems, commissioning processes and procedures, and an ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and contract documents for inspection purposes;
• in-depth knowledge of the Canadian Labour Code and its regulations, and national and provincial building codes, fire and electrical safety codes and other regulations pertaining to building operations and construction;
• knowledge of construction safety, WHMIS, Confined spaces, and lift equipment and fall arrest;
• strong computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project)
• experience preparing reports, inspection reports, deficiency lists;
• experience supervising the work of external service providers;
• excellent organizational, interpersonal and communications skills;
• excellent customer service skills;
• ability to establish priorities, manage multiple tasks, and work well under pressure;
• ability to sit/walk/stand for long periods, climb ladders, lift and move objects/materials up to 20kg, as well to move two and three person lifts for investigations and inspections;
• ability to work independently and as a team member.
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