Site Construction & Marine Superintendent
Date Posted: June 7, 2018
Reporting to our Construction Manager, the Site Construction & Marine Superintendent will oversee site activities during marine construction phase.
This is a temporary 8 months assignment and the work location will be at our Woodfibre LNG site.
- Assists in the preparation of the project schedule and follow the schedule
- Reviews the project plans and specifications and comment on the method of construction, scheduling, possible cost savings measures and potential construction problems
- Reviews, provide input and manages the budget
- Assembles the job site office and equipment requirements
- Contacts, schedules and coordinates, if any, all subcontractors, suppliers and utilities
- Monitors, maintains, and provide feedback to Construction Manager on project construction schedule on a weekly basis
- Raises and discusses relevant issues at the job site meetings
- Informs the Construction Manager of any errors, discrepancies or omissions contained within the Contractor’s Project execution.
- Maintains a clean, secure and safe job site and ensures that the requirements of WorkSafeBC and the Occupational Health and Safety Act are enforced
- Completes incident investigations, root cause analysis and prepare incident reports
- Coordinates and directs independent testing and inspections as required (mainly for environmental & regulatory issues)
- Maintains and enforces good construction standards and quality control
- Controls and monitors Contractor’s labour, material and equipment expenses
- Measures disposal material quantities on a ground or on barges
- Coordinates all required municipal inspections
- Prepares and expedites project deficiency lists
- Runs and reports on weekly construction meetings
Requirements & Qualifications:
- Minimum 6 years’ of proven Project Management experience in General site & Marine construction
- Current BC driver’s license
- Standard Occupational First Aid (training & certification preferred)
- WHMIS 2015 (training & certification preferred)
- Pleasure Craft Operator Card with marine basic first aid minimum requirement. Small Vessel Operator Proficiency with MEDA3 preferred
- Restricted Operator Course – Maritime (VHF radio) preferred
- Experience in management and safe handling of hazardous chemicals and materials
- Confined Space Entry (training & certification preferred)
- Working at Heights (training & certification preferred)
- Application of Lock Out Tag Out (training & certification preferred)
- Proven overriding commitment to health, safety and environmental responsibility; 100% compliance with Company’s HSSE policies and guidelines
- Experience in working with safety management systems, including Job Hazardous analysis and Safe Work Procedures as per WorkSafeBC regulations
- Software applications including Microsoft word, excel and outlook
- Proficiency in reading design and engineering drawings
- Physical capacity to fulfil active site role
- Flexible to shift work that can change depending on work shift coverage
- Punctual and able to work without supervision
- Takes initiative, is responsible, and has a strong work ethic
- Good communication skills and report writing ability
- Able to motivate teams and individuals
- Sets and manages performance standards for individuals
Please email your resume and expected remuneration to firstname.lastname@example.org – with subject header Site Construction & Marine Superintendent.
Thank you in advance for your interest! Please note only qualified candidates with work authorization in Canada will be contacted.
About the Company:
At Woodfibre LNG, we are always on the lookout for talent who is as passionate as us in what we do!
We are establishing a new business venture within the Canadian natural gas and LNG export industry. With offices in Vancouver and Squamish, we are currently focusing on the development of a small-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing and export facility, located approximately seven kilometres southwest of Squamish, British Columbia – The Woodfibre LNG Project. It is currently anticipated that the Project could export approximately two million tonnes of LNG per year, which is about one-tenth of the anticipated volume of some of the large LNG projects proposed for northern B.C. More details of the project can be found at www.woodfibrelng.ca
Woodfibre LNG Ltd is an equal opportunity employer.