Project Manager, Project Delivery (Light Rail Transit)

July 5

🏢 In-office - Toronto

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Infrastructure Ontario

Creating a connected, modern, and competitive Ontario | Créer un Ontario branché, moderne et compétitif

Public Infrastructure • Public Private Partnerships • Infrastructure Lending • Government Real Estate • Construction

501 - 1000


• Support the management of the commercial implementation and procurement of major transit P3 projects. • Support the implementation of tools and processes associated with commercial management of transit infrastructure projects in the implementation phase. • Provide commercial support and liaise with the technical team and consultants, as required, on key issues throughout the planning, procurement, design, and construction phases of a project. • Manage relationships with various groups of internal and external stakeholders to identify issues related to planning, staging, procurement, government approvals, relationship management and other commercial matters. • Develop and implement risk mitigation measures, specific to complex projects including commercial issues. • Support the Director and Executives on the overall management of a major Project (or group of Projects) specifically by providing commercial advice on contracts and developing commercial strategy for successful project execution. • Support the management claims and variations through effective analysis of supporting documents and conducting negotiations with contractors. • Other duties and special initiatives as required to support Projects. • Provide guidance and mentorship to colleagues such as project coordinators and senior project coordinators.


• Several years of hands-on experience managing major complex infrastructure projects. • Experience or education in Architecture, Construction Management, Engineering, or other relevant discipline to the construction industry. • PMP certification or in the process of acquiring. • Strong business acumen and an understanding of dealing with project budgets, schedules, and technical requirements/issues associated with completing construction projects. • Strong presentation skills, communication skills and ability to speak to audiences at the staff level in addition to senior executives. • Good understanding of building construction and systems, including understanding of the various contract delivery models (e.g. Build-Finance, Design-Build-Finance, Design-Build-Finance-Maintain, Progressive Design-Build etc.). • Some experience negotiating claims, scope changes and other compliance and contractual items on major social projects is preferred.


• Commitment to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture that promotes a sense of belonging and represents and reflects the needs of the communities we serve. • A flexible, hybrid work approach that allows colleagues to find balance between their professional and personal lives and making the most of the benefits of working remotely and purpose-driven in-person collaboration opportunities. • A Defined Contribution Pension Plan, with Infrastructure Ontario contributing the equivalent of 5% of a full-time employee’s annual salary and will also match any employee contribution up to an additional 5% of their annual salary. To provide further options for planning and saving for the future, IO offers a Group Retirement Savings Plan and Group Tax Free Savings Account to eligible employees. • A comprehensive package that covers health, dental, vision, out-of-country care, paramedical services, and more. • A pregnancy and parental leave program that offers expecting, eligible employees a top-up to 95% of their annual base salary for 31 weeks, and our parental leave program offers eligible employees a top-up to 95% of their annual base salary for 15 weeks. • Access to our $1000 Healthcare Spending Account to top up expenses not covered in the benefits program and a Lifestyle Account that expands the eligibility of health and wellness options and can include coverage for gym memberships and fitness equipment, nutrition counselling or financial planning. • Support for professional development opportunities for all colleagues through a broad range of learning programs that include in-person and online training, leadership development, and support for colleagues’ well-being. IO will also cover the costs associated with up to two membership and licence fees per year for eligible colleagues if directly related to the employee’s role. • Access to a suite of virtual healthcare options to support non-urgent medical needs. • A convenient, central location at 1 Dundas St West, easily accessible by public transit.

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