Project/Space Planner

Ottawa, ON Canada

Posted: 8/16/19
Deadline: 9/1/19
Salary: $80,266-$110,366
Reference Number: J0419-0748

About This Organization

University of Ottawa
The University of Ottawa is the largest bilingual university in the world, where it is possible for students to study in English, in French, or in both languages. Located in the capital of Canada, a G7 nation, we have ready access to the great institutions of our country.

Our breakthroughs in health, science, social sciences and the humanities attract global attention, reflecting our ranking among Canada’s top 10 research universities and our ongoing drive to discover.

Job Duties

Position Purpose

In close cooperation with the planning team, provides expert advice in project planning and space management. Supports the supervisor by analysing options and conducting feasibility studies in order to meet the needs of the teaching, research, support programs and other programs undertaken by faculties and services, in keeping with the University’s values and mission. Participates in tactical and strategic planning to find immediate and medium-term solutions that are consistent with the overall vision of the strategic plan.

Required Qualifications

Essential Qualifications
• University degree in project management, site development, engineering (mechanical/electrical) or
architecture, and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the field of real property or in institutional or
municipal real property management. An equivalent combination of education and experience will
be considered
• Professional accreditation in a field related to the position would be an asset
• Knowledge of, and experience in, project approval, development and planning
• Knowledge of municipal infrastructure planning or commercial real estate transactions would be
an asset
• Knowledge of, and experience in using, computer-assisted property management (CAPM) and
computer-assisted drawing (CAD) software
• Experience in financial and space management and planning
• Experience in analysing complex data
• Experience in interpreting, explaining and applying policies, standards, codes and procedures
• Experience and skill in interpersonal relations, negotiation and conflict resolution
• Bilingualism would be considered a strong asset

Position Reports to: Senior Director, Property Assets Management
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