Project Manager, Sr.
Project Manager, Sr.
Essential Job Functions & Tasks:
Plan, organize, direct, coordinate and supervise assigned project activities becoming proficient in all aspects. Support and hold employees and contractors accountable for the CLIENT System Safety Process, ensuring a safe working environment focused on Zero Harm. Manage, develop, review, and coordinate the project/outage plan, schedule, and budget becoming proficient in all aspects. Manage cost and timely reallocation of funding. Effectively communicate project details and status updates. Lead planning meetings and project updates including typical stakeholder presentations. Provide clear and concise written and oral reports and other communications. Develop and actively manage working relationships with the project team, plant and operating company staff, internal and external customers or partners, contractors, vendors, and suppliers. Foster teamwork and actively pursue customer satisfaction. Provide specific guidance, instruction, and training to improve design, systems, procedures, processes, schedules, and costs. Confidently challenge others at a level of informed understanding in all project work. Ensure maximum customer satisfaction and demonstrate effective and efficient performance of project work activities on intermediate project level at a minimum. Mentor other project managers.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Business or related field of study with five (5) years qualified experience or, two-year Associate's degree in the same required disciplines with seven (7) years of qualified experience (see below).
Qualified experience includes work in project management, major construction field experience, project estimating, project controls, project engineering, and/or comparable internal or external experience in a competitive production environment. Experience must exhibit progressively increasing project management and business acumen and responsibility for most of the PMI PMBOK knowledge areas. Demonstrated preparedness for journey level PM knowledge capability in areas of construction safety, negotiations, scope development and control, cost estimating, construction contracting, project controls and reporting, quality control, risk management, etc.
Licenses/Certifications: Project Management Professional (PMP) is preferred.