Title: Field Cost Analyst
Department: Contract and Project Controls
Location: Cochrane, Alberta
At Michels Canada, We Do That. Our company is passionate about our business, our customers and our talent! We are cultivating a culture of excellence and aspire to be best-in-class in the industry. Michels Canada is committed to supporting Canada’s prosperous future by constructing safe, reliable infrastructure solutions to serve the public’s energy, water and wastewater, and transportation needs. We care about doing what is best for our people, our customers, the communities in which we work and our country. We strive to provide our employees with meaningful and challenging work, and an engaging and collaborative environment in a fast paced setting.
What We Offer
- Competitive compensation
- Paid vacation
- Health and dental benefits
- A challenging and rewarding work environment
- An opportunity to be part of an exciting, growing business!
Your Opportunity with Michels Canada
Reporting to the Project Manager, the Field Cost Analyst is a key member of the Michels Canada field project support team and required to support the ongoing operational, production, and administrative functions of the project. This role will liaise with the Project Manager and Owner to administer project requirements per the Prime Contract, with the objective of stewarding consistency and identifying and mitigating risks.
Your Key Responsibilities
- Maintain and promote a strong safety culture for all employees, vendors, and customers and follow all safety policies, procedures and regulations. Identify and communicate workplace hazards and correct or seek assistance in correcting unsafe actions or conditions
- Review the Prime Contract and all project documentation to identify areas of risk and cost concerns and communicate to the project team
- Understand the Prime Contract invoicing requirements. Aid the project team in gathering and tracking required backup. Analyze and track project billings. Prepare billing summaries for project use
- Understand Prime Contract notice requirements. Aid the project team in forming and submitting notices, correspondence, change order requests and all required backup to Owner, per the terms of the Prime Contract
- Work with project and home office team to ensure all project deliverable requirements are met
- Aid the project manager in performing general subcontract administration and coordination of subcontractor documentation, invoicing and reporting requirements
- Maintain professionalism and remain current with new developments through contacts with educational institutions, professional organizations, publications and in house training
- Adhere to all corporate policies and ethics codes, i.e., Corporate Code of Conduct
- Undertake specifically assigned projects relating to contract administration functions and provide summaries, reports, business cases and recommendations on projects along with other activities as required
- Assist the project teams in their review of contractual documentation and provide recommendations on contract terms and conditions
- Attend project meetings. Take meeting minutes for distribution to the project team
- Engage with the project team in administration of subcontracts and other project related contracts including adherence to the Prime Contract and recognized construction standards
- Provide guidance and support to project management in regard to Contractual requirements
- Advise and assist project management on the preparation of correspondence and various other legal instruments and documents
- Ensure project compliance with internal corporate requirements related to contract administration
- Assessing risks and initiating action to mitigate risks of all phases of subcontract performance and close-out
- Assessing risks and initiating action to mitigate risks related to the performance and close out of the Prime Contract
- Other duties as assigned
Your Capabilities and Credentials
- Must possess a valid driver’s license for the type(s) of vehicles which may be driven and an acceptable driving record as determined by the DOT Operations Director and Michels Legal Department
- Minimum 5 years related experience is required (preference to those with contracts administrator backgrounds)
- Possess strong computer skills: Proficiency in MS Office including MS Word, MS Excel, MS Visio and MS Project
- Contract experience in a manufacturing, oil & gas or construction environment is preferred
We offer competitive total compensation, meaningful and challenging work, and an engaging and collaborative environment.
For more information on our company, please visit our website at www.michelscanada.com. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter on the Careers portion of our website.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Michels Canada is committed to creating a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture, as an equal opportunity employer we encourage applications from all qualified individuals.
Michels Canada is committed to supporting Canada’s prosperous future by constructing safe, reliable infrastructure solutions to serve the public’s energy, water and wastewater, and transportation needs. Michels Canada is headquartered in Nisku, Alberta, Canada, and serves many industries, including pipeline, HDD, tunneling, Direct Pipe, electrical power and communications.
Our capabilities span from relining deteriorating sewer and water mains and utility maintenance holes in expanding metropolitan areas, to building tunnels for wastewater treatment plants under the most densely populated regions of Canada. We construct reliable pipelines and underground river crossings for the critical growing energy sector. Michels is well equipped to mobilize equipment and personnel to projects in highly urban and very remote locations across Canada.
Michels delivery methods include bid-build, design-bid-build and public-private partnerships (P3). We are a preferred partner on large-scale joint ventures in multiple segments of our business.
We care about doing what is best for our people, our customers, the communities in which we work, and our country.