Intern/Coop Student Job Summary
We are seeking 8 month Project Coordinator Co-op students to join our Ledcor Heavy Civil Mining team for work experience in Western Canada starting in January 2019. The location of employment will be determined closer to the start date of employment and could be either working in one of our home offices, Vancouver or Edmonton, regional office in Kitimat, or other project locals where we may have work scopes. The Project Coordinator, under the direction and guidance of the team, provides technical and/or management support and assists operations staff to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget. We are recruiting across the following teams.
Ledcor Mining services reach across the lifespan of a mine, from facility construction, to full-scale contract mining of coal, minerals, or metals, all the way to mine reclamation. Our service offerings are vast-as are the projects we work on.
Ledcor Civil builds and maintains infrastructure in various industries including oil and gas, transportation, and mining. We're experts in public and private infrastructure construction and maintenance - from national highways to bridges, from airports to underground utilities and independent power projects. We also work on roads, earthworks, foundations, dams, power systems, and waterways.Responsibilities
•Support and maintain systems and procedures at project start-up
•Support the sub contract management process throughout the duration of the project
•Coordinate, distribute and maintain request for information (RFI) processes, logs and binders
•Work with Project Manager/Superintendent to facilitate tracking of project milestones and financial deadlines
•Follow up with trades/consultants to facilitate the review and distribution of drawings, logs and sample transmittals
•Prepare purchase requisitions for approval and assist with procurement of materials and equipment
•Organize project close-out including creating turnover documents and assisting in demobilizing the site and archiving documentation
•Promote the overall Ledcor site safety program
•Perform daily, weekly, and monthly project control and reporting requirements
•May perform other related duties as assigned Requirements
•Working towards completion of a degree in mining or civil engineering
•Open to travel and relocation for project work on sites across Canada including shift, camp and outdoor work
•Can build relationships, team orientated, personable, confident, able to influence key stakeholders and proactively participate in discussions
•Up to 2 years related work experience is an asset (co-op/internships will be considered)
•Knowledge of office processes: project set up; subcontract management; change orders; RFIs (request for information); lien holdbacks; closeout
•Strong written and communication skills
•Able to read and understand construction documents
•Strong technical skills including experience with MS Word, Excel, and scheduling software. Previous exposure working in JVs or with Government Clients (BCMOT, A.T., etc.) would be an asset.
•Ability to solve problems based on clearly defined procedures
•Familiar with commercial/mining/heavy civil/infrastructure construction methodology and practices Work Conditions
•Work Schedule: variable based on project, office, shift and camp schedules
•Travel: Travel to various sites and locations including relocation will be required
•Available: Starting in January 2019
But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now!