Construction manager

Construction manager

Construction manager

C-nergie is much more than a company specializing in energy efficiency, it is a dynamic company on a human scale that brings together employees with an entrepreneurial spirit and who is committed to making our environment greener. The specialists who make up our multidisciplinary team collaborate on a daily basis in a collegial environment conducive to everyone's development.

Function

The incumbent will be responsible for assisting the senior project manager in the implementation of various energy efficiency projects. He will mainly oversee the implementation of large-scale energy efficiency projects in the institutional and industrial sector.

 

Collaborate in the preparation of service offers, plans and specifications or any other technical documents necessary for the realization of the project;
Management and planning of engineering works;
Supervision and inspection of works;
Management of contracts with subcontractors;
All other related tasks related to the execution of a construction project.
Requirements

Bachelor's degree in construction engineering or mechanical engineering;
Knowledge and understanding of a building's electromechanical systems;
Experience in energy efficiency, an asset;
Knowledge of AutoCAD software and the Office suite;
Excellent knowledge of oral and written French (English an asset);
Autonomy, sense of organization, quick learner, ability to communicate in a team environment, rigor, concern for quality.
Move on our different projects.
Terms

Although C-nergie has a head office located in Terrebonne, all employees work remotely. We therefore have a presence in Estrie, Saguenay and the greater Montreal area. Our clientele is found throughout Quebec. However, the head office has workstations and a conference room.

 

40 hours per week depending on the projects;
Possibility of having to go to projects outside Montreal;


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