Commissioning Manager

Description

The Commissioning and Technical Manager will be chiefly responsible for setting and implementing technical standards. They will report to the Construction and Operations Managers but will be encouraged and expected to operate with considerable latitude in their primary tasks. These include Project Mechanical/Electrical Coordination, Project Commissioning, and Facility Training & Technical Relations.

Mechanical/Electrical Coordination

  • Display a clear and thorough vision of the proper construction and operation, and commissioning of any equipment that the company works with.
  • Complete formal reviews of project documents for code conformance, provision for equipment operational requirements, and for ease and safety of system control.
  • Produce schematic and narrative directions and sequences of operations where warranted and work with project consultants and the commercial construction documentation process (RFI, SI, CCO, etc.)
  • Supervise Instrumentation Technician to ensure proper control equipment installation.
  • Assist in project cost / change order estimation, monthly progress draws, and project reconciliation.

Project Commissioning Agent

  • Coordinate pool commissioning plan with project Cx team. Advocate for a timely pool equipment Commissioning scheduling and sequence of tasks.
  • Take responsibility for the safe, timely, and thorough start-up and examination of all pool equipment. Troubleshoot equipment failures as needed.
  • Bring the Commissioning process to a conclusion and oversee completion of deficient items.

Operator Training and Technical Relations

  • Providing general and project-specific operational instructions, baseline information, and demonstrate equipment use to pool staff.
  • Gain ‘real world’ operational feedback from facility staff.
  • Provide a repository of knowledge for previous and potential clients, health authorities and other parties in the recreation community for equipment and general aquatic facility design and operation.
  • Attend trade shows and conferences and participate in industry networking.

Required Skills

The successful applicant will possess:

  • Technical competence and familiarity with commercial pool equipment, maintained through ongoing training where required. (I.e., equipment control setup and programming.)
  • 5-10 years’ experience in the aquatic’s construction/service/operational community.
  • Strong technical problem-solving abilities.
  • Clear technical speaking and persuasive communication abilities.
  • Familiarity with the norms of commercial construction operations processes, and Canadian swimming pool construction codes.
  • Familiarity with MS Office based scheduling and information processing applications
  • A high degree of time management, multi-tasking, and delegation abilities.
  • Experience in project management and cost estimating would be considered an asset.

This role also involves a high degree of visibility amongst and interaction with senior project team members. As such the manager will demonstrate a high degree of professionalism and observe the importance of maintaining key relationships with consultants and project team members.

Benefits:

  • Dental care
  • Extended health care

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

Experience:

  • pool mechanical: 3 years (preferred)
  • Construction: 5 years (preferred)

Work Location: In person

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Contact Information

Breanna Gaudet breanna.gaudet@diversifiedstaffing.com
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