The Quebec Construction Commission (QCC) plays a crucial role in the construction industry in Quebec, a sector that generates more than $ 45 billion in investment annually in the province. In addition to enforcing labor relations rules, we administer a wide range of professional and personal services to workers, contractors and retirees in the construction industry.
Working at the Quebec Construction Commission therefore contributes to the development of a stimulating industry at the heart of Québec's landscape. You will find a friendly and stimulating work atmosphere. Located in the north of Île-de-Montréal near major highways in a building that meets the high standards of sustainable development, the organization offers a range of benefits including a very competitive compensation program, a full group insurance , a defined benefit pension plan, six weeks of vacation, access to free parking, a cafeteria and more!
The Strategy and Portfolio Team is currently seeking to fill a position of Section Head - Project Portfolio and Performance.
Reporting to the Director - Strategies and Project Portfolio, the Head of Section is responsible for overseeing, planning, organizing, coordinating and controlling activities related to project portfolio management and project benefits management. . He is responsible for providing the necessary support to the CCQ's Project Portfolio Management Committee (PMC), which is composed of senior management.
These responsibilities are designed to ensure availability and quality of information so that the PMB can make informed decisions and effective accountability at all levels. He acts as an expert in the field of portfolio management and project management for the organization.
ABILITIES AND SKILLS
Non-Convention position, competitive annual salary, according to qualifications and experience. Full range of benefits.
Interested persons should submit their resume to the email address indicated: **********.********@***.*** quoting reference number: 2019-136
The CCQ subscribes to an Equal Employment Opportunity Program and, as such, encourages women, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, Aboriginals and people with disabilities to apply. Only those whose applications are successful will be contacted by a human resources person. www.ccq.org