Manage projects relating to orders for the Substation Division. Essential Functions
Monitor, maintain, and develop project plans specifying goals, strategy, staffing, scheduling, identification of risks, contingency plans, cost reporting and control and allocation of available resources.
Coordinate site work, including subcontract work, such as civil and erection.
Coordinate MEPPI work (including engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, etc.).
Negotiate price/delivery and other terms and conditions of major project components.
Serve as primary customer contact on assigned projects. Meet with customers to identify and schedule project deliverables, milestones, and required tasks. Determine project scope and objectives.
Ensure that all customer commitments are met.
Responsible for all project cost including accurate forecasts to insure projects are within budget.
Identify, track, and expedite resolutions of problems while keeping management informed when appropriate.
Manage safety and insurance issues and claims on assigned projects.
Prepare project status reports and keep management, customers, and others informed of project status and related issues. Organize kick-off meetings, both internally and externally.
Travel to customer project sites and vendor sites as required.
Coordinate the successful close of the project.
Handle warranty claims.
Maintain customer correspondence.
Develop and maintain accurate up to date project schedules working in conjunction with the Department Project Scheduler.
Enter and track customer commitments in project management software.
Hold customer project review meetings and publish minutes of meetings.
Manage multiple projects at one time.
A Bachelors Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, plus a minimum of three years of turnkey project management experience, or equivalent education and experience.
Developed organizational skills to effectively oversee and execute multiple responsibilities.
Developed analytical and problem solving skills.
Developed interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills to maintain effective relationships.
Developed computer skills with emphasis on MS Office products and project management software (e.g. Primavera scheduling software, MS Project)
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), overall employment of electrical and electronics engineers is projected to grow 3 percent from 2019 to 2029, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Employment growth is expected to be tempered by slow growth or decline in some industries, such as manufacturing and utilities.
According to BLS, The median annual wage for electrical engineers was $100,830, while the median annual wage for electronics engineers was $107,540 in May 2020.
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