Internship

Project Coordinator (Internship)

Job Description

What's in store

A project coordinator intern shapes the experience of a site visitor through effective layout, styles, and is responsible for leading, directing, and coordinating the daily management of the assigned project(s). This is a leadership position and entails the accountability for the overall performance of the project including costs, schedule, quality, project status, and adherence to company policies and procedures. Project manager interns will advocate for successful team collaboration and help develop future construction professionals.

Our 4 division are:

Work Hours

What to expect

The hours of work will consistently range from 25 to 50 hours per week, (7 am–5 pm) depending on the contract and timeline—overtime, weekends and/or evenings also may be required with regards to the aforementioned.

REsponsibilities

What's typical

Project coordinator interns at MGI will come across and engage with tasks such as:

  • Create a project and financial forecast while identifying and managing opportunities and risks to achieve the best possible impact on schedule and financial targets Create and abide by a project schedule in conjunction with milestone dates and ensure that these dates are met and followed
  • Establish and manage a project budget, in addition to billings and working alongside accounting to ensure timely payments
  • Maintain, track, and report financials and overall project performance weekly, monthly and quarterly
  • Ensure that projects are built according to plans, specifications, and drawings
  • Manage the procurement process which includes subcontractor, trade and supplier negotiations and awards
  • Work with a pre-construction team in developing project rollout

Credentials

Training: What's preferred

  • Reliable transportation, such as a G-license
  • Transparent and direct communication
  • Fluency in technology and accompanying programs such as MS Office©, AutoCAD©, experience with project management systems
  • Attention to detail
  • Leadership in risk evaluation, contract negotiations, pricing decisions
  • Experience within the industry
  • Active collaboration with project stakeholders
  • Complex problem-solving and critical thinking
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Possess a valid or be willing to obtain the following certifications: WHIMIS, Elevated/Aerial Work Platform, Working at Heights/Fall Arrest
  • Construction related degree/s or equivalent/s

Salary

Salary and Compensation:
What’s rewarded

We offer competitive salaries on experience, knowledge, and education. MGI also provides attractive benefits that extend to health, dental, vision insurance, retirement planning, pension plans, professional development, training credits, wellness programs, travel/vacation days, discounts on company products and services, commuter benefits, and team bonding events to maintain a healthy and inviting company culture.

Why MGI

What we’re all about

Our mission is very clear: we are dedicated to providing our clients with cost-effective and timely service; our employees with a safe and rewarding workplace; and our planet with environmentally sound business strategies and operating procedures. We look to situate development projects not as a ‘one-off’ but contextualize them within the broader community and actively look to redefine construction as a lifestyle, not just a ‘job.’

We realize that some seek employment where others are driven by a greater civic-duty. It is this latter segment, those who are self-motivated, passionate, entrepreneurial in spirit while egoless in nature, that we believe are best suited for our collective role in #ConstructingHistory.

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