Senior Project Manager - Construction

Job Summary Manages the development and implementation of engineering, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of multiple intermediate to large ($5 million-plus) capital projects encompassing three to five power plants & multiple operating units distributed over a defined service area. This individual is responsible for managing one or more projects within the constraints of scope, quality, time, and cost to deliver project outcomes in accordance with specified requirements. Provides vision, leader-ship, and project work direction to key project engineering, procurement, project controls, and con-struction personnel for timely achievement of project goals and milestones. There are no jobs/employees reporting (either directly or indirectly) to this job. Key Accountabilities Manages multiple intermediate to large ($5+ million) capital projects and/or multiple small projects. Ensures the constructability of the scope of work, engineering and design of the modification. Approximate frequency: daily/regularly (20% of total). Manages the progress of a construction, renovation, alteration, or maintenance project from the scoping phase through the design, construction and closeout phases. This is inclusive of project scope, schedule and estimate development, engineering and construction, through the completion of installation, testing, and commissioning into service and project closeout; manages cost and scheduleforecasting, and scope, budget, quality, and schedule change control. Approximate frequency: daily/regularly (20% of total). Manages a team of project engineers, construction managers, schedulers, estimators, planners, project sponsors, first-line supervisors, general foremen, superintendents, and technical and administrative support personnel. Approximate frequency: daily/regularly (20% of total). Manages project expenditures, the procurement of equipment and materials including the startup testing and acceptance of the new equipment; provides daily management of on-site construction activities (as required) working with the general contractor or multiple contractors and building trades. Approximate frequency: as required (10% of total). Manages and integrates project construction with Plant and Outage Management, ensuring coor-dination between management and the general contractor or multiple individual contractors and building trades; coordinates with Supply Chain Management in conducting bid meetings and reviews, supplier selections and evaluations; determines contracting strategy congruent with labor utilization strategies. Approximate frequency: weekly (10% of total). Manages project scope, schedule & cost changes ensuring that all project requirements and/or objectives and the execution of changes are properly documented, justified, approved by management, and vigorously pursued via regular reporting, forecasting final targets, reviews and audits; implements approved changes in a timely manner. Approximate frequency: biweekly (5% of total). Manages communications, risk management, scope verification, and information distribution during project development & implementation; ensures compliance with safety, environmental, and other regulatory requirements. Approximate frequency: monthly (10% of total). Interfaces with the respective project stakeholders (inclusive of internal organizations, plants, OEM, general contractors, building trades labor organizations/unions) and provides contract administration services for blanket orders or other subcontractors and vendors. Provides administrative support to the Supervisor, Projects Management. Approximate frequency: biweekly (5% of total). Minimum Education & Experience Requirements Associate degree in (pre)engineering, engineering technology, construction management, or a directly relevant curriculum from an accredited college and 7+ years of experience, including substantive project management and/or experience with building trades & labor agreements, labor & trades jurisdictional issues, contract administration, negotiation, dispute resolution, safety, and fossil power plant outages. Other Qualifications Preferred Bachelor's degree in engineering, engineering technology, construction management, or a directly relevant curriculum from an accredited college (in lieu of an Associate degree) Certification in Project Management (Project Management Institute certification as a Project Management Professional) Other Requirements Multitasking capabilities: prioritizes, delegates & manages time and work flow effectively. Analytical & decision making abilities: makes decisions systematically; anticipates and mitigates problems, and understands decisions' business implications. Adapts to change; open to new ideas and willingly takes on new responsibilities. Communications (written & verbal): creates reports, designs and conducts presentations at all levels of the Corporation. Good listening and negotiating skills Influencing skills: provides feedback and coaching; works well in groups and with other departments and organizations. Inspires and motivates others to perform well. Effectively influences actions of others. Knowledge of PC & computer-based scheduling and financial tools, including (e.g Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Primavera, MS Project, SAP & Maximo)
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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