Project Leader

Location:            Saskatchewan, Manitoba

PAMI is an applied Engineering organization that works in technology and applications development. We employ engineers, agronomists, technologists and professionals skilled in the field of science and technology. We are currently seeking up to two Project Leaders for full time, permanent positions.

Your key responsibilities would include:

  • Monitor and manage a project to best practices (Project Management Principles)
  • Give clear direction to team members to enable them to carry out their duties effectively
  • Create and implement a project plan and execute it to completion
  • Maintain direct and open interaction with leadership to ensure all resources needed for the project are available and also consider the negotiation of amendments to projects
  • Design, construct prototypes, set-up, calibrate and operate test equipment, including feasibility studies
  • Setup and operate equipment being tested
  • Perform basic computer aided design and analysis
  • Collect, analyze, document and store test data
  • Assist with proposal and report writing
  • Innovative problem solving and decision making
  • Communicate effectively with the team and to external clients

 

Education and Experience:

  • University undergraduate degree in Engineering – Mechanical, Agricultural/Biological, BioSystems or equivalent
  • Master’s Degree is considered an asset
  • 5 plus years of experience

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Project Management experience is required
  • Knowledge of instrumentation, electronics, mechanical and hydraulic concepts
  • Experience with agricultural machinery and practices
  • Experience with of testing procedures, engineering design practices, simulation and analysis
  • Experience with value added processing for agricultural products is considered an asset
  • Technical report writing and presentation skills
  • Travel may be required domestically and internationally

PAMI offers:

  • Pension Plan
  • Extended Health & Dental Benefits
  • Three weeks’ of vacation
  • 26 Earned Days Off scheduled throughout the year