Keep building your successful and successful career in geotechnical engineering by joining a good team. Stantec offers a complete service, you will find us at the office, on site and in the laboratory. We work indoors and outdoors, on and underground, above and below water, in projects of all sizes. From field exploration and laboratory testing to the design and management of complex geotechnical structure construction, our team provides robust project solutions.
Stantec is currently looking for a senior geotechnical project manager to join his Ville St-Laurent office (ideally) or one of our other business locations (downtown Montreal , Laval, Longueuil, Toronto, Ottawa, Dartmouth NS). You will have as main tasks to participate in geotechnical investigation campaigns, to carry out the design of books and to act as technical reviewer in your discipline. With your achievements and your recognized expertise, you will make decisions and make technical recommendations. More specifically:
- Carry out major geotechnical studies;
- Identify the risks inherent in the activities;
- Manage complex technical situations;
- Establish applicable standards and procedures;
- Advise and develop new methods, practices and tools;
- Participate in coaching and staff development;
- Participate in service offers;
- Participate in the development of geotechnical discipline at Stantec in Quebec;
- Bachelor's degree in civil or geological engineering;
- Master's degree in geotechnical engineering;
- Minimum of 15 years of relevant experience;
- Member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec (OIQ);
- Excellent skills in managing large projects;
- Excellent ability to write technical reports;
- Bilingualism, French and English;
- Experience in the mining field (asset);
- Author of technical publications (asset).
What we offer
- Regular full-time position: 37.5 hours / week.
- Competitive compensation;
- Schedule flexibility
- Reimbursement of professional association membership fees;
- Flexible group insurance plan;
- Group RRSP;
- Employee Share Ownership Plan;
- Training and Skills Development Program
The masculine is only used to lighten the text, the position is open for both women and men.