Planner – installation
Reporting to the Assistant Director – Construction, the incumbent will be responsible for the scheduling, planning and follow-up of projects that stand out due to their scope, degree of complexity and/or their strategic importance for the company.
Scheduling of work
- Participate in the planning of the work required over a three-month horizon in collaboration with the Assistant Director – Construction;
- Participate in the weekly scheduling meeting on installation work with the supervisors;
- Plan the work for the coming weeks including work methods and requirements in terms of manpower, material, transportation and lodging and make the necessary reservations and purchase requests.
Organization and follow-up of work
- Gather information required on site to proceed with the estimation of the work;
- Support the sales coordinators in the estimation of installation costs;
- Attend start-up meetings with the project team when new contracts are awarded;
- Travel aboard vessels to validate constraints and prepare work;
- Determine the need for non-standard site equipment and PPE and ensure their availability on the job sites;
- Follow up with the engineering and manufacturing teams regarding the progress of deliverables required for installation;
- Follow up on delivery of materials required for installation to meet deadlines;
- Prepare material in kits;
- Facilitate a meeting at the beginning of each project to transmit information and required material to supervisors and technicians;
- Coordinate subcontracting when required;
- Provide technical support to site supervisors and installation technicians during execution of work;
- Act as a technical reference for the planning team and ensure validation of the various mandates when required;
- Identify and proactively suggest opportunities to improve work methods, procedures and tools and ensure support during their implementation;
- Support the Assistant Director in the execution of his duties;
- Participate and support the activities of the Health, Safety and Environment Management System.
- DEP in electricity, DEC in instrumentation and control or equivalent training;
- Three (3) to five (5) years of relevant experience, including a minimum of one (1) year of experience in coordination;
- Functional English, written and spoken;
- Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite and experience with planning software and ERP;
- Knowledge of the maritime world (major asset).
BENEFITS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
- Permanent job – 40 hours per week;
- Possibility of overtime;
- Free employee assistance program available to the whole family;
- Generous employer contribution to the pension plan
- Complete group insurance (dental, vision, etc.);
- Work-life balance including the possibility of teleworking;
- Committee dedicated to listening to the needs of employees;
- Social activities based on employees’ interests;
- Health and safety initiatives program.
NB: Techsol Marine subscribes to an Equality Access Program and invites women, visible minorities, First Nations and Inuit people and persons with disabilities to apply. The use of the masculine gender in this document is only intended to lighten the text. We believe in the principle of employment equity and are open to measures of accommodation in the selection process.