McIntosh Perry is growing to meet demand – and we need you! As a growing multi-disciplinary engineering and related professional services firm, we are building on our strong National reputation by maintaining our commitment to ethical work practices, a quality product and exceptional service. With more than 600 employees in offices across Canada, McIntosh Perry is expanding its scope and looking for new talent to join our supportive, dynamic team. Our core values validate everything we have believed in since our company started:
Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes - Treat others as they would like to be treated
Make Momma proud - Do the right thing
Every McIntosh has a core - Be a leader
Pass. Shoot. Score. - Becoming excellent together
Did you dot the i's and cross the t's? - Personal responsibility
Don’t forget to cut the ribbon - Making a difference
If you are looking for an opportunity to work with a collaborative, hard-working and dedicated team of professionals and have fun, then this could be the right opportunity for you.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
As a Manager of the Restoration Department, your duties will include, but are not limited to:
Client Management - Build relationships with the industry leaders, clients and McIntosh Perry peers.
- Seeking new and existing business relationships;
- Collaborating with McIntosh peers, regional and other practice leads;
- Working with owners, landlords, developers, architects, engineers, and/or contractors;
- Soliciting feedback on our performance from key clients; and
- Acting as the highest point of escalation capable of tactfully resolving potential issues within your group.
Business Development - Develop growth strategy, market and seek opportunities with others.
- Business development is the key responsibility for this role;
- Meeting with clients and help develop our Restoration/Project Management services in the public and private sectors;
- Responding to client requests for proposals, including proposal writing;
- Developing and executing a business plan; and
- Ensuring qualified resources are available in accordance with the growth strategy.
Team Management - Lead and inspire growth within your practice area.
- Inspiring and leading your team;
- Supervising, training and mentoring allowing for growth within your team;
- Building a team around top talent including negotiating offers of employments and contracts;
- Achieving the right balance of resources and assigning work to maintain high levels of utilization;
- Actively promoting McIntosh Perry’s core values, policies and procedures; and
- Cultivating an environment of pride in workmanship, innovation and collaboration.
Project Management - Oversight on work.
- Successfully negotiating and executing contracts;
- Pro-actively resolving problems against key project performance indicators;
- Establishing project delivery and contracting strategies, risks, budgets, schedules, and processes; and
- Meeting project scope, schedules and budgets.
Operational Management - Meeting financial and growth targets.
- Developing annual business plan;
- Monitoring and updating backlog;
- Forecasting resource needs;
- Tracking growth targets against annual budget; and
- Addressing all staff, project, and client issues impacting operational targets and McIntosh Perry‘s reputation.
Technical Duties - Ensure the practice team achieves highest standard of technical delivery to our clients.
- Overseeing and helping perform on-site investigations of building cladding systems, air and water leakage, roofs, underground parking garages and other structures to evaluate issues and developing reports for Builders, landlords and other stakeholders;
- Assisting with completion of property condition assessments of a range properties including residential high rise, industrial and commercial;
- Overseeing and reviewing the preparation of reports on recommendations for restoration repairs;
- Drafting final reports and communicating the results of reviews to the client, including meetings with clients as needed;
- Providing cost estimates for the work identified during condition assessments and investigations;
- Attending progress meetings with contractors, clients and board members;
- Overseeing the preparation of specifications for repairs and create cost projections for projects;
- Being responsible for bid analysis for repair work and approve invoices for work performed;
- Assigning staff to schedule and coordinating contractor repair work;
- Monitoring quality and accuracy of restoration process through site visits and condition assessments ensuring that the project remains within the original scope;
- Providing input, as required, on all aspects of the work in terms of an overall efficiency, creativity and technical knowledge;
- Leading negotiations with project stakeholders and the client to find viable solutions to complex issues;
- Maintaining accurate documentation for the assigned project(s) and ensure proper closure of all projects with internal stakeholders;
- Attending and participating in regularly scheduled departmental and team meetings informing supervisor(s) of project progress;
- Providing project management services for the delivery of new building projects from initial due diligence through design, construction, commissioning and final closeout; and
- Performing other duties as required.
- Completion of post-secondary education (college or university) in a related field (civil/structural engineering, building or architectural science, mechanical engineering or an applied science);
- Licensed as a Professional Engineer in Ontario (P.Eng.) preferred and in good standing;
- PMP designation will be considered an asset;
- Over 10 years of demonstrated experience in commercial and residential construction and consulting combined with experience in managing high performing staff;
- In depth knowledge of Construction Systems and assemblies;
- Comprehensive knowledge of building envelope systems;
- High degree of experience with commercial wall systems;
- Excellent verbal & written Communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to find positive solutions to complex and sensitive issues;
- Excellent time management and organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities within a complex and growing organization;
- Proficient in MS Office Suite;
- Possess a valid G driver’s license and have access to a vehicle with valid registration and insurance; and
- Ability to travel outside of the GTA.
McIntosh Perry is an equal opportunities employer offering a competitive salary and benefits to those with the skills suited to the needs of our clients.
McIntosh Perry welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.