Green Infrastructure Partners
Our Purpose At Green Infrastructure Partners (GIP), our people are second to none. The work we do impacts lives. It impacts our schools and neighbourhoods and shapes our communities and cities.We are one of Canada’s largest and fastest growing construction companies. Every day our people are designing, delivering, and maintaining infrastructure for Canada’s rapidly growing cities.
From demolition, shoring and foundations, excavation, remediation, to structures, paving and the production ofmaterials, we have the unique ability to self perform all project scopes without reliance on sub-contractors.The most valuable asset at GIP is people – our employees, our customers, and the public. Nothing is more important than our people coming to work happy and leaving safe.We are committed to fostering a work environment that embraces Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging for all so our people benefit from the creative solutions that come from embracing differences.Sustainability is part of our DNA. We focus on recycling and reusing materials by taking old roads and reengineering them into new roads, keeping tons of used materials out of our landfills.The work we do today at GIP will carry us into a better, greener, and safer tomorrow.About the GIP Team As we look to the future, we need creative, ambitious, and innovative professionals like you who can help us to build the world of tomorrow, today.GIP team members are at the heart of our success in designing and delivering infrastructure projects safely, thoughtfully, and with the highest quality. Our culture allows employees to bring their A Game to work each day.
If you want to work for a world-class organization that provides an exceptional career experience with an inclusive and collaborative culture, this opportunity is for youWhat does your day at GIP look like?. Under the general supervision of the Planning Manager, the Senior Planner/Scheduler will be responsible for providing guidance and support to the pursuit and operations teams in the estimating and planning of various Contracts. The Planner/Scheduler will be responsible for the production and development of complex, resource loaded project schedules, gathering and interpreting project data from both internal and external sources throughout the project’s life cycle and influence and advise on corrective actions when necessary. Our job sites are located throughout the Province of Ontario.Plan and establish milestones for projects.
Review project work activities to ensure support of project milestones.With the support of the project team, develop and maintain resource loaded project schedules for multi-year projects in Primavera P6 from proposals, contract documents and estimates with attention to details including critical path analysis and constructability.Gather and interpret project data from both internal and external sources.Provide planning and scheduling support for various crews/teams by suggesting the most appropriate period or season to execute works in while minimizing impacts on the environment.Identify schedule considerations and problems resulting from interdisciplinary or group restraints and interfaces.Review the performing spreads’ work logic and determine adequacy of schedules in support of overall project schedule.Assist the monitoring, reviewing, and analysis of the schedule and status during all phases of the project, including the analysis of any schedule deviations and corrective actions.Analyze subcontractors’ schedules, while forecasting and trending completion target dates to ensure contractor plans are realistic and achievable. Report deviations accordingly.Maintain schedule forecast throughout the project life cycle by verifying schedules are properly updated and linked to the master schedules if prepared by outside parties.Plan, perform and support resource loading and leveling.Work closely with the Project Teams to align project baseline schedules with baseline budget for all direct and indirect accounts and activities, identify trends and schedule impacts.Develop cash curves based on control estimates and project schedules for cash forecasting.Monitor and report critical path and schedule performance of the total project.Assist with project schedule analysis and studies of problem areas to determine criticality of schedule and seek the advice of the Project Manager.Review or assist in reviewing proposal provisions related to schedule and develop supporting data for contract negotiations.Provide the Project Team with timely, informed, and up-to-date project schedule information including trends and forecasts as well as progress, schedule and planning input to the weekly, Bi-weekly and monthly project reports.Enough about us, let’s talk about you.Experience in the Transportation/Civil sector.3-5 years’ in a Planner/Scheduler role.Ability to read, understand and interpret drawings and contracts preferred.Post-secondary education would be considered an asset.Previous scheduling experience would be considered an asset.Strong communication skills – oral and written.Self-motivated with good organizational skills.Ability to work well with others as a team.Valid G driver’s license and access to own vehicle.Open to travel to job sites throughout the Province of Ontario.