One of BCs largest electrical contractors is seeking a Project Manager to join their established team
Your new company
This leading contractor is one of the largest and established electrical contractors in the Lower Mainland, providing a wide array of electrical services with a highly skilled team and trusted suppliers. They pride themselves on delivering projects on-time, on budget and beyond customer expectations which has enabled them to build a reputation as a premier supplier of electrical contracting services in BC.
Your new role
Due to expansion, they looking to add an experienced Project Manager / Estimator to their team. Your primary responsibility will be to manage and provide leadership on projects which will include high-rise residential, commercial and institutional projects. You will also be responsible for estimating, negotiating contracts, ordering required materials, managing manpower on site and billing customers accurately among other responsibilities.
What you'll need to succeed
You will have extensive experience working in positions where you are responsible for managing projects and estimating. You will have an electrical trade background or equivalent qualifications as well as possessing excellent communication skills which will allow you to work effectively with stakeholders at all levels. Accubid experience and PMP certification will be considered an asset.
What you'll get in return
This contractor offers a competitive salary and benefits. As an established contractor in their field they are able to offer career stability and career growth opportunities.
What you need to do now
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