Project Manager - Electrical - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States - 17514

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Job #: 17514
Title: Project Manager - Electrical
Job Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: $100,000.00 - $120,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: Negotiable

WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?


Project Manager - Electrical

  • Have a hand in shaping who the company becomes
  • Career growth opportunities since company is at "start" of it's life (It is 2 years old spin off from Honeywell having been stable and profitable)

JOB DESCRIPTION

Responsibilities of Position:

  • Provide discipline engineering support to manufacturing, when needed. Ability and experience in the following: Support the writing of capital Appropriation Requests for your area of expertise, Pre-startup safety reviews (PSSR’s), Management of Change (MOC), Scoping, design, Q.A./Q.C., installation, startup assistance, ordering parts and writing W.O.’s. Metrics must be met regarding safety, schedules and budgets. Provide assistance in writing lock-out/tag-out plans to ensure safety during new construction and turnarounds
  • An advocate for strong safety awareness program with a consistent implementation of policies and procedures and participate in construction safety audits and contractor safety meetings.
  • Ability to manage and execute non-electrical capital projects.
  • Manage the execution of capital investments through their entire life cycles in areas assigned: including prioritization, scope development, risk assessments, budgeting, engineering/design, procurement, construction execution, commissioning, startup, and project closure documentation. Integrate plant personnel to ensure results that meet the needs of the plant Customers.
  • Manage $3M - $15M in capital projects annually.
  • Knowledge in electrical engineering discipline, including NEC, MCC’s, Controls Systems, Motor Controls, Switchgear, Low and Medium voltage.
  • Interface with plant electrical reliability engineering and other electrical engineers in the organization to provide proven engineering designs.
  • Prepare bid packages and requests for quotes for materials, equipment and services.
  • Responsible for forecasting and managing capital expenditures on a monthly basis.
  • Oversee appropriate maintenance and records of all drawings, specifications, programs, and other documentation for such managed projects.
  • Provide support on the business Strategic Planning, Annual Operating Plan and the Six Sigma Initiatives, in order to develop the appropriate capital plans/budgets.
  • Mentor early career Projects Engineers
  • Anticipated travel – 10%

QUALIFICATIONS

Basic Qualifications:

  • BS degree in Electrical Engineering
    8-15 years of experience of increasingly related responsibilities in the electrical engineering field related to Petro/Chemical Industrial Plants.
  • Experience in the management of financial budgets, projects and troubleshooting.
  • Proficient with applying NEC, NFPA and API codes and standards to Electrical Engineering Design related to Petro/Chemical Industrial Plants.
  • Working knowledge of industrial work practices as related to Health, Safety, and Environmental impacts

 

Additional Qualifications:

  • MBA or other advanced degree is preferred.
  • PE is preferred
  • Experience in the management of financial budgets, projects, troubleshooting, team building, and overall leadership sought.
  • Knowledgeable of Automation/Controls type projects is a plus
  • Customer Focused – Is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers.
  • Technical – Understands engineering and project management principles. Experience in the use of SAP, MS Project, other MS Office Suite of products, and Primavera desired.
  • Agent for Change – not satisfied with the status quo, willing to take strong and effective action to effectively manage capital investments. Committed to continuous improvement; Recommend and develop innovative processes.
  • Interpersonal skills – Relates well to all levels and kinds of people (engineers, designers, craftspeople, accountants, suppliers, & construction contractors); builds appropriate rapport. Listens well.
  • Self-starter; Results driven; Anticipate/initiates and implements solutions; proactive.
  • Strong people leadership, including mentoring and coaching skills.
  • Action Oriented – Full of energy for the things that need to be accomplished; Bias for action; Team player.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated problem solving, analytical, and decision-making skills. Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment.
  • Strong working knowledge of chemical plant operations and processes.
  • Track record of successfully managing this magnitude of investments.
  • Six Sigma Greenbelt (or Blackbelt) certification or equivalent experience implementing productivity / continuous improvement projects.
  • Formal training and certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) is desired.

Education:
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree