The role of Senior Project Manager encompasses all phases of a construction project. Responsibilities include overseeing material and equipment, organization of the workforce, and ensuring stipulations concerning all aspects and phases of the construction project are adhered to. They discuss potential problems or modifications with architects and owners, reviewing architectural and engineering designs. Contracts, permits and licenses along with correct administrational procedures are all part of the Senior Project Managers duties. The supervision of the Assistant Project Manager is all also a main duty reviewing their reports and mentoring them for their future career as a Senior Project Manager. The duties are wide and varied with the overseeing of the construction project as a whole from beginning to end.
In the UK and abroad Senior Project managers are in high demand across all construction sectors. There are many construction jobs in Asia looking for Senior Project Managers as well as Canada. There is a myriad of Hong Kong project management jobs with some that would suit a bilingual speaker of English and Cantonese/Mandarin.
The UK, Canada and Hong Kong have many exciting job vacancies for Senior Project Managers and Maxim construction recruitment agency has years of expertise in helping candidates find their next Senior Project Manager position.
Construction workers are very much in demand in Canada. This vast country is home to construction influences from both Europe and the USA, making Canada a rich and diversified country to work and live in.
Canadian infrastructure is always being newly built, upgraded and extended, with cold weather taken into account. Job vacancies in the management levels are particularly high and with a 2.5% annual growth rate, construction jobs are on the increase.
In most of Canada’s major cities English is the official language. The notable exception is Quebec City where French is the official and most widely spoken language, as is the Quebec Province. Native languages are also spoken, but rarely in the construction industry. A speaker of French and English is highly advantageous to working in the Quebec Province, although most inhabitants are bilingual.
Living and working in Canada gives the best of both worlds. A highly organised and efficient construction industry coupled with everything city life has to offer. And for those who love the ‘great outdoors’ an almost infinite expanse of countryside, with its beautiful forests, lakes and wildlife.