Project Manager Archaeology

H3M Environmental

May 13, 2022



Job Type

Must have relevant experience

Salary Type
Based on Experience


College Diploma or Certificate, Bachelor's Degree


British Columbia


Why H3M Environmental? We are a positive, culture driven environmental firm providing quality solutions through a focus on strengthening relationships. We strive to put the right people in the right chairs and provide them with the necessary resources to grow and succeed as both individuals and teammates. Fun. Reliable. Authentic. Accountable. Adaptable. These are our core values. If you share the same passions and would like to be a part of our dynamic team, please apply to our job board: Follow Us on social media for the latest updates and news. H3M values and promotes the diversity of the people it hires and serves. We are committed to creating a diverse environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

What H3M offers:
• Competitive salary
• Employer-paid Comprehensive Extended Health & Dental benefits
• Health & Wellness Spending Accounts
• Start off with 3 weeks’ vacation per year
• Paid sick days
• Flex and Loyalty Days
• Free onsite parking
• Frequent team-building events
• Fun office culture and upbeat environment
• Education and Professional Development incentives
• Professional Dues Reimbursement
• PPE Allowance (job-specific)


Operating across Western Canada, H3M supports multiple energy sectors, commercial real estate, forestry, municipalities, and utilities. We support pre-construction, construction, and post-construction requirements of projects, managing our client’s assets from inception through to their retirement and reclamation. Taking a pragmatic approach to balancing land stewardship, project development, and economic sustainability. H3M Environmental Ltd. is seeking a motivated Project Manager experienced in the environmental consulting or upstream oil and gas industry to join the Archaeology Services department team and assist in the continued growth and diversification. The successful candidate will be responsible as the primary internal and external point of contact for the management of client portfolio(s) including, but not limited to all archaeological application requirements, front-end archaeological assessments required to support a project from conception through to construction.

Project Management (50%)
• Contribute to contract management and administration, and support in the planning and execution of
professional and field services
• Define project scope, schedule and budget and identify associated risks and constraints and develop a plan
to manage those risks and constraints
• Assign tasks, set targets, provide resources, and meet regularly with the project team
• Ensure compliance with federal and provincial regulations

Project Resourcing & Coordination (20%)
• Assess the needs for all projects, including resources necessary to execute the project, anticipated timeline and
financial requirements, strategy for communication among relative stakeholders, and plan for execution and
• Execute risk management and contingency planning to continue progress of the project

Financial & Vendor Management (15%)
• Communicate with the Finance department to maintain financials for the project
• Update finance on client financial concerns or preferences for the project

Project Control & Reporting (10%)
• Monitor and manage project progress for safety performance, scope, schedule and cost
• Communicate project status reports to applicable stakeholders
• Monitor and manage project funds when necessary

Process Improvement (5%)
• Contribute professional and technical expertise
• Application and interpretation of federal and provincial regulatory requirements, guidelines, and standard
• Adheres to current business processes and follows guidelines and best practices

How to Apply

Apply online at Apply by phone: 587-393-5185 ext: 669 Apply in person (Please call office to let them know you’re coming)

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