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21-008 - Construction Manager/Construction Superintendent

  • LocationRabbit Lake, SK S0M 0G6 - Canada
  • Work TypeContract/Temp
  • Positions2 Positions
  • Published At:10 days ago


  • Job no: EFAHK
  • Categories: Skilled Trades

Our client, a Canadian global leader in exploration, mine engineering, and environmental protection has an immediate need for a Construction Manager/Construction Superintendent within the mining industry. This is a contract position for six (6 months. This role will be based out of Rabbit Lake, Northern Saskatchewan


This role requires a combined construction manager/construction superintendent role for a relatively small program of work which is varied and general in nature, and will require the candidate to work a rotation schedule of 2 weeks in/ 2 weeks out, 11 hours per day.


  • Primary responsibility and accountability to ensure that all individuals on the construction site are working in a safe manner abiding by all safety program requirements
  • Oversee the execution of field work ensuring it is completed efficiently
  • and effectively while meeting all contractual requirements
  • Monitor the schedule and productivity of work and work constructively
  • with contractors and internal teams to drive improvements
  • Work collaboratively with the contractors and operations personnel to resolve issues and barriers
  • Work collaboratively with the contractor on all aspects of planning to enable efficient work to progress in the field
  • Coordinate field activities between contractors and the operations team as required


  • 10+ years previous experience as a field superintendent is required, preference given to individuals with civil construction experience
  • Previous experience as a construction manager is considered an asset
  • Recognized safety certification (i.e. NCSO) considered a strong asset
  • Previous experience at a nuclear facility preferred
  • Supervisor training/certification is required
  • Proficient computer skills required
  • Published on 19 Feb 2021, 10:32 PM