5187 – Construction Planner

  • Location: Lloydminster, SK
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #176235
Skilled Trades
Oil & Gas
Lloydminster, SK
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Our client, a Canadian multinational energy transportation company with a focus on the transportation, distribution, and generation of energy, has an immediate need for a Construction Planner to collaborate with business stakeholders and execution teams. This is a contract position for six (6) months located in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan


  • Experienced with all phases and scope elements of pipeline projects.
  • Person experienced pipeline contractor labour, material and equipment estimating and forecasting.
  • Develop plans based on budget, schedule and available resource.
  • Demonstrate high competency with Microsoft Project and knowledgeable with schedule interdependencies and critical path methodology.
  • Demonstrate high competency with Microsoft Excel manipulating data and streamlining consistent and accurate report.
  • Deliver daily reports and critique and validate bi-weekly contractor deliverables.
  • Monitor and validate progress against plan.
  • Working knowledge and capable of validating construction CPI and SPI.
  • Deliver accurate and consistent productivity reports and actions.
  • Monitor progress of construction and verifies progress payment certificates.
  • Lead a multidiscipline team to ensure the pipeline project is constructed in a cost effective and efficient manner in accordance to the governing code, corporate specifications, best practices & regulatory requirements
  • Monitor contractors compliance to HSE regulations to ensure consistency with Operational Integrity Management System elements
  • Ensure all construction contractors, and other third parties construction activities are performed and meet contractual requirements and obligations while adhering to all applicable policies, procedures and safe work practices
  • Ensure compliance to drawings, codes and ITPs
  • Facilitates coordination between Contractors and CMT and other entities (C and SU/Operations/Drilling and Completions etc.)
  • Participates in and supports System Completion process (Walk Downs, Inspections, Testing)
  • Verifies and authorizes cost reimbursable activities of the Contractors for approved change requests


  • Graduate of an applicable technical diploma program, and/or combination of education and relevant experience
  • 5-7 years Supervisory experience in heavy industrial oil & gas construction project management
  • 5-7 years’ experience in large diameter pipeline construction and operation of gas and oil production facilities/pipelines
  • Ability to read and understand construction documents including contracts, drawings, specifications, subcontracts
  • Familiarity with relevant construction codes, standards, and practices
  • Computer knowledge through effective use of a personal computer including Microsoft Office applications
  • Valid Drivers License

 Desired Attributes

  • Able to work and communicate effectively with all levels of co-workers, clients, and other external contacts.
  • Must be able to manage many tasks simultaneously and be able to excel in a fast-paced environment.
  • Must be regarded as a team player as well as a goal-oriented individual who functions with the highest level of integrity and professionalism
  • Relevant designations are a requirement to apply.
  • Owner and Contractor experience is required.
  • In addition to HSE, the quality inspection background will be weighted heavily

 Additional Information

  • This project will be at Onion Lake, Saskatchewan
  • Candidates must be able to work a rotation of 6&1 (12-hour days)
  • Travel required/allowances per Company Guidelines

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