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Project Coordinator - Swift Current

Project Coordinator - Swift Current

locationSwift Current, SK, Canada
PublishedPublished: Published 2 weeks ago
ExpiresExpires: Expiring in less than 4 weeks
Full time
Less than 2 years

About Us

SECURE is a leading Waste Management and Energy Infrastructure business headquartered in Calgary, Alberta. Our extensive infrastructure network located throughout western Canada and North Dakota includes Waste Management Facilities, Industrial Landfills, Pipeline Operations, Metals & Mining, and Specialty Chemicals, Energy Infrastructure include Blending & Facility Supply and Trading & Storage.

Our number one goal every day is to go home safe. Like our values state, working the SECURE way starts with working safely. Safety is the cornerstone of our culture, because if we are not safe, nothing else matters.

Your Opportunity at SECURE Energy

The Project Coordinator acts as a supporting role to the Project Manager and is responsible for assisting in the gathering, distributing, and organizing information in relation to estimating, project setup, proposal submissions, reporting, safety, profitability, costing. At this level, a Project Coordinator will begin internal facing and contribute to their team.

A Day in The Life


  • Adhere to all Secure safety policies and procedures
  • Coordinate and communicate effectively with the Safety Department
  • Aid in project documentation filing and preparation
  • Participate, arrange, lead and be engaged in Safety meeting

Estimating and Bidding

  • Assists in the preparation of parametric estimates in Hard Dollar and observes, reviews the bidding process by:
  • Reading tender/contract documents to achieve knowledge of scope of work and specifications
  • Conducting take offs from drawings/blueprints incorporating into Hard Dollar
  • Work with Procurement to obtain 3rd party quotes as required and incorporating them into Hard Dollar as required
  • Work with internal groups such as Legal, Credit, Finance & EHS to ensure Projects are bid and setup in accordance to Secure’s policies and procedures.

Scheduling and Planning

  • Observe, assist and seek understanding in scheduling and planning activities
  • Perform critical administrative functions including the documentation of daily site activities, creation of the start-up sheet and supervisor’s folders making use of Microsoft project.
  • Make regular site visits to better understand the scope of work, if not already stationed on site.
  • Site Supervise and work with onsite personnel as required.

Reporting and Cost Tracking

  • Assists with the administration of Fieldsafe & Kronos for project cost & employee tracking
  • Assists with daily reviewing and entry of the daily time sheets in Field Safe
  • Assists with the daily, weekly and monthly labour, equipment, material and sub-trade costs and reviews through Fieldsafe with the Project Manager on a regular basis
  • Assist with preparing progress invoicing and progress status reports
  • Assists with administrative project closures tasks at end of project
  • Prepares and maintains onsite project tracking binders
  • Completing project set-up from information provided by the Project Manager and team, ensuring all project attributes and variables have been properly input into   internal computer programs in accordance with the contract requirements
  • Daily entry of project costing & tracking including labour hours, equipment hours and third-party costs
  • Assist project team with entering project visa expenses, scanning receipts and ensuring each expense entry maps correctly to the project cost module for cost tracking
  • Complete project uploaders, ensuring costs are receded


  • Assists in the identification of risk based on contracts as well as site specific conditions
  • Assists with the preparation, communication of risk mitigation strategies
  • Assist in risk identification of 3rd party contractors utilizing ISNetworld

Skills, Experience, & Qualifications

The successful candidate will have the following attributes:

  • Recent college diploma or degree, preferably in an Environmental program or Engineering
  • 0-2 years discipline-related experience
  • Strong computer skills with proficiency working with Microsoft Office suite
  • Lead by example and commit to positively lead and influence the Secure Safety Culture
  • Ability to work with multiple Project Managers/Coordinators on multiple contracts simultaneously
  • Thrive for the challenge of a multi-discipline environment that changes quickly and requires accurate attention to details and solid commitment to follow through on tasks without direction

What’s in it for you:

At SECURE, we focus on opportunities for growth and improvement; for our employees, our customers, our partners, and the communities we operate in. We are an energetic team, driven by the needs of our customers, and we care about making a meaningful contribution. We strive to attract, retain, and motivate employees by offering a competitive compensation package that recognizes employee contributions and performance.

In addition to rewarding job opportunities, we offer:

  • Competitive industry wages, and compensation programs which includes:
  • Employer paid benefits: health, dental & more
  • Health care spending account
  • Employee wellness program
  • Employee savings plans
  • Career progression
  • A competitive employee referral program
  • Industry leading safety standards
  • Community investment initiatives

We believe our team’s strength comes from our diversity.

Every SECURE employee has a right to feel safe and welcome. We pride ourselves on being respectful workplace where all employees have equal access to opportunity and support. 

We are a trusted partner. We extend those same efforts outside of the organization through our respectful engagement with our diverse base of stakeholders in the communities in which we operate.

Applicants are not assessed on the grounds of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical handicap. Our operations span across Canada and the United States and we actively seek out a wide range of applicants for both field operations and office roles.




Ability to Meet Timelines


Managing Multiple Priorities


Work Accurately and Efficiently


Strong Customer Services


Team Oriented




Growth Opportunities: Inspired to perform well by the chance to take on more responsibility



Associates or better in Environmental Engineering or related field.



Less than 2 years:

Discipline related experience

Area of focus

  • Engineering
  • Environment

Required education level

  • College diploma
  • Bachelor's degree 

Years of experience

  • Less than 2 years
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