Staff Shop

Full Time
Posted 2 months ago

Are you a master of juggling multiple tasks while staying on top of deadlines? Do you love being the go-to person for a team in need of some organization? Then we have the perfect role for you!

As our Planner/Scheduler, you’ll be responsible for the development and maintenance of comprehensive project schedules during the project development, execution, and close-out phases. You’ll use your excellent communication skills to gather and interpret data from a variety of sources, conduct schedule analysis, and provide essential reporting to support the project team.

In this role, you’ll work closely with Project Managers and Field Supervisors to create short-term schedules and monitor progress, ensuring that all critical activities are identified and reviewed regularly. You’ll maintain a master schedule for each project, evaluate construction progress, and provide regular updates and schedule narratives to the Project Team.

Your flexibility, adaptability, and ability to work well under pressure will be key to your success in this role. You’ll be a crucial part of our team, providing timely and informed project schedule information, including trends and forecasts, as well as progress and planning input to the weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly project reports.

To be successful in this role, you’ll need to have a construction-related degree/diploma and at least three years of construction scheduling experience or an equivalent combination of technical training and experience. Experience with Microsoft scheduling software is essential, and proficiency in Microsoft Office and any other analytical software programs is a must.

So, if you’re ready to take on a new challenge and join a dynamic team that values your skills and expertise, then we want to hear from you! Apply now and let’s work together to ensure the successful completion of our assigned projects.


As a Planner/Scheduler you will:

  • Assist Project Managers and Field Supervisors in creating short-term schedules and monitoring these schedules
  • Monitor projects’ progress, including identifying critical activities and reviewing forecasts and progress achieved to date
  • Maintain a master schedule for each project and identify and record the impact of work performed according to the schedule.
  • Evaluate construction progress and provide regular schedule updates and schedule narrative
  • Provide the Project Team with timely, informed, and up-to-date project schedule information including trends and forecasts as well as progress, schedule and planning input to the weekly, bi-weekly and monthly project reports
  • Update project schedule, monitor actual progress and compare the updates with the baseline and report progress against schedule in the required format.
  • Analyze project schedule issues and propose corrective actions for timely completion of the project.
  • Analyze productivity, trends and forecasts and update their impact on the schedule, project budget and cost.
  •  Keep track of change orders and extra work orders.

Essential Skills:

  • Exceptional communication skills – oral and written English
  • Self-motivated with good organizational skills
  • Ability to work well with others as a team
  • Adaptable to flexible work schedule when required to meet deadlines and flexible to an ever-changing, fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work under pressure

Essential Qualifications:

  • Construction-related degree/diploma and three years of construction scheduling experience or an equivalent combination of technical training and experience
  • Project controls, engineering/procurement/construction/systems scheduling experience is required
  • Ability to read and interpret construction drawings
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook) and any other analytical software programs
  • Valid driver’s licence


As an equal opportunity employer, Staff Shop celebrates diversity and inclusivity. We know that unchecked biases disproportionately impact the most marginalized people in society—including but not limited to BIPOC, 2SLGBTQAA+ people, immigrants, veterans and people with disabilities. We strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or other marginalized communities because we believe that we will never reach our definition of excellence without you.

Job Features

Employment Type



Concord, ON

Pay Rate

$70,000 - $80,000 /year

Apply Online

A valid email address is required.
A valid phone number is required.

Staff Shop Inc. is a privately held Canadian-Indigenous-Women owned staffing and consulting firm servicing Canada I USA I Caribbean as an award-winning diverse supplier, certified with CCAB, CAMSC, WBE & WEConnect International.

CNESST# 2102003