Caltech has spent the last 30+ years becoming Western Canada’s go-to company for geomatics services. Our team of  specialists will help you realize your project goals while guiding you through regulatory approvals, legislation, and technical requirements.

Project Manager

Job Description

Caltech is run by professional land surveyors and project managers who are passionate about providing industry-leading service. We’ve grown from just 2 people in 1990, to a large and diverse group of over 200 hardworking professionals.

We offer a challenging and rewarding workplace, competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, and many opportunities for growth. For us, work-life balance means working hard and playing hard; our clients and our people are our focus. We use the most current technology and have made professional development a key part of our strategic plan.

Be part of the Caltech Advantage!

 

YOUR ROLE

As a Project Manager at Caltech for our BC team, you will be responsible for the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, and final completion of specific projects related to surveying and mapping. Reporting to the Director of BC Operations, you will ensure that every project is consistent with Caltech’s commitments, goals, and strategies, as well as adhering to all applicable laws, standards, legislation, and regulations.

 

Your duties will include:

– Plan, schedule and manage project timeliness and cost.

– Track project deliverables using appropriate tools.

– Define project tasks and resource requirements.

– Manage project resource allocation.

– Oversee the creation of client deliverables and contribute to the development of methodologies and procedures for conducting various types of surveys.

– Certify survey drawings.

– Ensure that appropriate margins are maintained, project by project and client by client.

– Maintain timely and accurate invoicing.

– Provide direction and support to project team.

– Provide mentorship, guidance, leadership, motivation, and coaching to employees.

– Actively promote a rewarding, challenging and supportive work environment for team members.

– Develop strong client relations, work to secure new clients and increase opportunities with existing clients.

– Assist Business Development with finding and approaching potential clients.

– Implements strategies to ensure that the deliverables or product meets the client requirements.

– Review plans before they are sent to the client.

– Promote Caltech’s core values and strategic plan.

– Actively participate in various Caltech employee programs including but not limited to Caltech’s Quality, HSE, HR, Indigenous and other programs.

– The ideal candidate will be based in Fort St. John, BC or surrounding areas. However, remote candidates who have experience working in BC will also be considered.

 

YOUR SKILLS

To be successful in this role, you will need:

– Bachelor’s degree in geomatics engineering or survey engineering OR a college diploma in survey science or geomatics technology.

– Prior experience in a similar role.

– Strong computer skills, especially in the Microsoft 365 environment.

– Strong business presence – excellent work ethic, flexibility, resourcefulness, maturity and sound judgment.

– Strong analytical skills.

– Excellent time management skills, including the ability to manage multiple clients at one time and contribute to a high performing team.

– Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

– Strong commitment to excellence, attention to detail and professional development.

– Entrepreneurial spirit along with the ability to seek out and develop new business relationships.

– Proven ability to build strong interpersonal relationships both internally and externally.

 

It would be an asset if you have:

– Commission as a Canada Lands Surveyor.

– Commission as a British Columbia Land Surveyor.

 

If you are motivated by success, career growth potential and a great team, we encourage you to apply today! Send your resume to careers@caltechgroup.com.

 

Caltech is committed to establishing and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace, particularly for those who have been historically excluded from and underrepresented in the workplace. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, including indigenous peoples, persons of color, persons with disabilities, women in under-represented roles, LGBTQ+ persons, and all groups protected by the Human Rights Code

Job Type: Full-time, Monday to Friday.

Salary: $88,000.00 to $150,000.00 per year

Work Location: Fort St. John, BC, remote candidates will be considered.

 

Benefits:

Dental care

Disability insurance

Extended health care

Life insurance

Paid time off

Vision care