Assistant Project Manager
The Lulu Island Energy Company is a wholly-owned municipal corporation, established to operate district energy utility systems in the City of Richmond.
Lulu Island Energy Company is committed to providing efficient energy services for space heating and domestic hot water, providing reliable, resilient local energy, and operating and maintaining low carbon energy systems. Learn more about what district energy systems are and their environmental benefits here.
Assistant Project ManagerRegular Full-Time
$70,880 to $88,600 annually
The Lulu Island Energy Company (LIEC) is currently looking to hire 1 Regular Full Time Assistant Project Manager to join our LIEC team. The Assistant Project Manager position takes on an administrative and technical role within the Lulu Island Energy Company team. The Assistant Project Manager’s primary responsibility is to act as a liaison and coordinator between LIEC team and City departments, developers, legal counsel, and architectural/engineering/construction management firms for the district energy projects; specifically district energy approvals process coordination, grant funding applications coordination, implementation and management of information and communication technology, setup and maintenance of the LIEC records management system, and working with developers and LIEC partners on administrative matters.
Examples of key duties for this position include:
- Provide support to project managers/engineers and management (i.e. preparation and administering tenders, coordination of design and construction contract administration and documentation, preparing cost tracking reports, maintaining and updating financial documentation, gathering quarterly billing information, updating district energy infrastructure GIS layers).
- Track development activity and coordinate execution of legal covenants and agreements (Rezoning Consideration covenant, DEU No Build / No Occupancy covenant, Energy Services Agreement, SRW and 219 covenant, Assumption and Assignment Agreement) related to district energy service.
- Coordinate district energy approval processes, oversee design review, check consultant design documents for accuracy, completeness, appropriateness, and conformance to LIEC guidelines and standards, contract requirements, and City policies, bylaws and regulations.
- Communicate, liaise and work with all relevant internal and external stakeholders including cross departmental staff to ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget.
- Set up and maintain LIEC records management system (electronic and paper); web site updates; development of customer communication materials.
University or college degree (preferably in engineering, applied science or science), plus minimum 1-2 years of experience in district energy, HVAC design engineering and/or construction and project management, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Preference may be given to applicants with experience working in the municipal environment.
The Lulu Island Energy Company offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. If you are looking to make a difference, please submit your application by following the instructions below: The City of Richmond uses an applicant tracking system for candidates wishing to view and apply for available career opportunities. For further details regarding this specific career opportunity, please visit our website at www.richmond.ca/employment. Applicants will be required to upload a current resume and provide any supporting documentation relevant to the position (Word format). The closing date for Job ID# 2019204, Assistant Project Manager is 11:59pm, on July 21, 2019.
The Lulu Island Energy Company is an inclusive employer committed to employment equity objectives and invites applications from all qualified individuals. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted. If you are unsuccessful, please accept our appreciation for your interest. This position is restricted to those legally entitled to work in Canada.