About the Job
| Credit check, Drug test and Non nuclear background check required|
M - F 7 am to 4 pm
Phone interviews, and face to face interviews will be required for the candidates for this position. This is a professional position with the possibility of multiple years of service ranging from 2017 through 2021 when the projects complete. 2017 to 2018 will be the first project site complete. Per Diem will be allowed if the individual is not local to Richmond at $139/day 5 days a week, and then during construction 7 days a week.
Client Energy Power Generation is actively seeking a candidate to fill a project manager position for the controls replacement at Elizabeth River Power station, slated to start in 2017 and complete in 2018. Position also has potential to roll into the replacement at Darbytown slated for 2020, and the Gravel Neck sites in 2021. The Project Manager is responsible for managing the relationship with customers (the station leadership team) as well as ensuring projects provide the optimal business and technical solution to station issues. Candidates must be highly motivated, be able to work with minimum supervision, and have effective communication skills. The Project Manager reports to the Project Manager at Innsbrook and will work from the Innsbrook facility and the Elizabeth River Facility when necessary but definitely during construction in 2018. Extended travel may be required. Responsibilities include: ? Managing the customer relationship and customer expectations throughout the project lifecycle; ? Accountable for project success, customer satisfaction, and technical project execution and delivery; ? Proactively managing project risk through collaboration with the project team and customer; ? Actively participates in the scoping, planning, estimating, scheduling, resource planning and procurement activities for the project. ? Supporting the development of the project plan, to include development of business cases, project request form creation, and estimates. ? Obtaining funding authorization and providing monthly and annual forecasts for the project, monitoring project expenditures, validating and reconciling vendor invoices. ? Ensures that a comprehensive, current scope of work and division of responsibility is maintained to include all vendor and Client scopes. ? Ensuring all elements of the Contractor Safety Program are met and monitoring safety on all projects, as well as directing LOTO (Lockout/Tagout) for project activities. ? Ensuring appropriate permits are obtained; Ensuring contractor compliance with site environmental guidelines and obtaining advance approval from the site Environmental Compliance Coordinator for materials and chemicals (i.e., concrete, oil, cleaner, lubricant, etc.) prior to allowing material on site. ? Ensures all required construction permits are utilized including but not limited to: Digging/Drilling/Cutting (DDCWelding/Flame; Confined Space; Rigging/Lifting. ? Develops, implements; and manages contracts with suppliers and contractors to support material procurement and resources for project development and implementation. ? Coordinating engineering resources by working proactively with Power Generation Engineering and contract external engineering, as necessary, to complete projects in a technically responsible fashion. ? Responsible for coordination and communication of commissioning activities, engineering processes, and troubleshooting in the field; ? Maintains project electronic files. ? Ensures turnover documentation, drawings, specifications, and training guides are provided to station management. ? Performing other duties as requested or assigned by the project manager.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experiences (Minimum Requirements) The knowledge, skills, abilities, and experiences that are required for entry into this job include the following: ? Sound technical knowledge of large power plant systems, equipment, and operations; ? Demonstrated knowledge and experience with major power plants and equipment including but not limited to turbines, generators, pumps, motors, electrical, instrumentation, and control systems, and other balance-of-plant systems; ? At least ten (10) years experience managing projects, or managing multi-functional teams in a matrix environment; ? Experience in the theory and practice of Lockout/Tagout in an industrial or power station environment, as well as sound knowledge of safe work practices as it relates to industrial construction; ? Strong communication, organization, interpersonal, and integration skills required; ? Ability to analyze information and make sound decisions including coordinating the resolution of technical problems and implementing changes; ? Demonstrated computer skills. Education Level: Preferred: ? Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Business, or Construction Management ? Demonstrated related experience may be substituted for preferred education. PMP preferred.
This role manages and directs a significant long-term project with business unit wide impact. Directs single project team and manages total project scope from conception to final completion. Manages necessary resources and administration from within and outside the organization. Typically reports to a project director, executive or director. Incumbents are in a temporary position or work assignment. This title is used only for the duration of the project.
Experience in project management, relevant technologies, and in the assigned project areas. Ability to work and develop rapport with all levels of management and staff. Ability to represent the project and the company in public forums. Strong team building skills. Negotiating skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including interpersonal, facilitation, and presentation capabilities. Ability to manage multiple priorities.