Construction Manager

Vancouver, BC


The primary role of the Construction Manager is to work with in-house and field personnel to provide overall project performance including schedule, costs, quality, stakeholder satisfaction and the integrity of the design are maintained. The position works closely with the Design and Development services teams and maintains excellent relationships with subcontractors and clients.


• Achieve the project budget and meet or exceed target net margin


• Meet or beat the project milestones and schedule

• Prepares detailed construction schedules, tracks on a weekly basis and presents a Monthly Report


• Deliver scope while meeting or exceeding Design’s and Client’s quality, fit and finish expectations


• Has the key responsibility to coach, motivate and facilitate with project team superintendents, estimating and subcontractors/suppliers to achieve project budget, scope and schedule


• Observes that Work Safe Practices are being followed and report any infractions in order to ensure safety of employees, sub-trades and community


• Lead the bid process and be accountable for the bid

• Implement and monitor Omicron’s Construction Management Process, in accordance with Omicron’s CM Manual and Governance Policy

• Ensures all contractual issues and deficiencies are resolved within 30 days from tenant/client occupancy


• Prepare monthly billings and progress claims

• Analyze, interpret and execute action on Management Control Reports and cost forecasts


• Ensures client satisfaction

• Identifies suitable service offerings and recommendations for clients – knows client business issues

• Provide client reporting in alignment with Omicron’s and the client’s requirements


Knowledge and Skills


• Excellent capability within Outlook, MSWord and Excel

• Competent in Estimating and Take-off, MS Project to track, plan and coordinate the project

• Knowledge of Provincial Building Codes, Building envelope, Health and Safety Regulations and Contract Law

• Proficient in Timberline Project Management, Contract Control and Change Management

• Excellent critical thinking and problem solving

• Effective client management (e.g. explain reasoning for contract changes)

• Able to build and maintain professional relationships internally and externally

• Maintains a positive image of the project and the site to the general public

• Professional and timely communication to internal team members and external stakeholders

• Driven, future-focused, sense of urgency

• Comfortable providing and receiving feedback

• Delivers on promises made internally and externally


• Collaborative approach to leading project teams

• Capable of managing a variety of projects simultaneously

• Knowledgeable about design and construction processes

• Ability to lead, coach and motivate project team members; delegates effectively

• Focused on solutions

• Understanding of project financial management


• Perform other duties as required


• 5 to 10 years’ experience with a design-builder, general contractor, sub-contractor and/or owner’s representative

• Has worked in a multi-disciplinary environment

• Has worked on site as a Project Coordinator or Site Superintendent for the term of one project


• Degree in Engineering, Project Management or Architecture

• Working toward or has a designation in Engineering, Project Management or Architecture

• Gold Seal Intern or Gold Seal Certified

• PQS designation, a trade certification or a business degree considered an asset


• Frequent local travel to job sites and travel to out of town sites required as necessary


Omicron is one of the largest integrated development, design and construction firms in Western Canada, providing solutions to clients in the Industrial, Institutional, Building Renewal, Commercial, Retail and Residential sectors.

Omicron was established in 1998 by people who believed real estate strategists, architects, interior designers, engineers and builders could work as one unified team to deliver a better experience throughout each step of a building project. In an industry driven by antiquated practices and procedures, we continuously search for a better way of delivering projects by questioning convention and actively supporting our team through the systemic challenges of the building industry.

Omicron was borne on the idea of inclusion: actively inviting different voices to the table and ensuring all ideas are considered, enabling a meaningful process and comprehensive decision-making. Through this philosophy, we created our values and guiding principles for both ourselves and those we work with:

We spark curiosity. Bring your passion. Get involved, ask questions, and unleash your potential.

We show courage. Have the confidence to be heard. Challenge convention and be willing to be challenged.

We value respect. For ourselves, others, and our planet. Seek to include and cultivate a culture of support.

We create connections. Embrace differences and build trust. Diversity drives our innovation.

We are one. Our commitment to each other is our superpower. Together, we persevere and thrive.

Our vision is to create meaningful contributions to our communities, protect our planet, and enrich the human experience. Our mission is a better way of delivering buildings that redefines the design and construction process.

We have been a winner of Canada's Best Managed Companies program since 2009, maintaining Platinum Club member status since 2015. This program recognizes companies that implement world class business practices and create value in innovative ways.

We have a distinctly entrepreneurial culture and are a tech-forward, innovative, sustainable, and award-winning organization focused on success for clients and staff alike.


• Work-life balance – enjoy flexible/hybrid work and 3 weeks of vacation!

• Wellness package including comprehensive group health and dental benefits, a Health Care Spending Account, an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and Fitness Program

• Continuing education opportunities to support your career goals

• Parental leave top-up program for new and expecting parents

• Social events like our Grouse Grind BBQ, themed quadrant parties, and impromptu celebrations!

• Being a part of the community through volunteer and fundraising activities

• Convenient location – be steps away from restaurants, shopping and transit

• Corporate discounts and cashback incentives

• And more

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