Stantec Healthcare Mechanical Project Manager in Portland, Oregon
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The Healthcare Mechanical Project Manager applies building mechanical engineering principles, superior client service skills, and project management best practices to deliver healthcare projects that meet project requirements, exceed client expectations, and meet project financial and other objectives. This individual welcomes opportunities and challenges within a healthcare project and brings consulting skills into each client interaction. The Project Manager adds value while helping differentiate Stantec from other firms and position itself as a top tier design firm in the industry.
Your Key Responsibilities
Project Involvement - approximately 95-97% of time
Successfully manages healthcare projects and tasks of a scope, complexity, and revenue budget appropriate to experience.
Applies buildings engineering and project management knowledge while leading multi-discipline resources to meet project requirements within established timeframes and budgets.
Shares knowledge with others by serving as a trainer, mentor, and resource.
Holds project team members accountable for deliverables.
Meets technical, contractual, schedule, budgetary and client service objectives for each project.
Applies strong mechanical engineering skills, experience and knowledge to the design and oversight of the design, for building projects.
Manages and plans the production resources and workflow to produce the design documentation, drawings, and calculations required for mechanical engineering projects.
May periodically act as QC reviewer on projects.
Effectively delegates work to production support staff.
Business Development/Marketing - approximately 1-2% of time
Nurtures existing client relationships and proactively pursues opportunities or new business.
Develops and delivers project related client presentations.
Learning/Maintaining Expanding Technical Skills - approximately 1-2% of time
Maintains and expands current knowledge of technologies and trends, as they apply to the applicable project and market types, and continually strengthens skills.
Proactively pursues additional knowledge in related disciplines by attending available in house and external training.
Studio and Firm meetings, initiatives, and projects - approximately 1% of time
Attends and leads in-house project meetings.
Actively participates in meetings, initiatives, and projects that support studio and firm-wide goals.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Requisite knowledge, interpretation, and application of the mechanical and/or plumbing codes, energy codes, ASHRAE standards, and other building codes.
Strong understanding of all phases of project document production and the relationship between drawings and specifications.
Strong knowledge of mechanical systems, means and methods, materials, and industry standards.
Ability to lead one or more teams through all phases of project document production.
Checks the work of others for accuracy and completeness and manages time to meet project budget and schedule.
Participates and collaborates in project team setting and to engage in creative and critical thought.
Knowledge of and experience with high performance and sustainable building practices
Demonstrates creativity, foresight and mature engineering judgment in anticipating and solving problems
Thorough understanding of mechanical engineering concepts and ability to communicate ideas to others.
Strong presentation and interview skills.
Requires understanding of Microsoft Office Suite, Revit, AutoCAD; Prefer experience with Newforma, Trane Trace & eQuest
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Engineering & Licensed Professional Engineer. Minimum of 7-8 years of experience. LEED Green Associate or LEED AP preferred
Typical office environment working with computers and remaining sedentary for long periods of time. Field work may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather.
This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.
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Job: Mechanical Engineer
Primary Location: United States-Oregon-Portland
Employee Status: Regular
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Req ID: 2100003C
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