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Project Manager

  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: : BBBH125886
  • Location: USA, Michigan, Grand Rapids
  • Sector: Sales & Business Dev, Oil and Gas
  • Salary: Up to £0.00 per annum
  • Date posted: 20/06/2018
This vacancy has now expired.
Job Summary
-Responsible for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating projects.
-Plans, develops, and executes O&M projects.
Manages multiple smaller projects or one or two large projects. Schedules project staff, assigns work, tracks progress, reports to the client and management.
-Maintains liaison with subcontractors and parent company.
-Responsible for the profitability of projects, and satisfying client expectations.
-Perform work in a professional, productive and safe manner.
-Continually strive to improve the Office's and ones' own, health & safety performance.
-Adopt the principles of SCS's Safety Culture.
-Understand the Company's philosophy regarding behavior based safety and play a part in eliminating unsafe practices and conditions.
-Organizational Relationships
-Reports to the Regional Manager.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
-Project Management
-Work with Superintendents and/or other personnel to implement projects giving appropriate consideration to:
- scope, schedule, productivity, budget, contract, and change orders
- subcontracting and material procurement
- staffing and oversight of field activities
- QA/QC, record keeping, photo records, reporting, data analysis (if applicable), and file maintenance (contact and project)
- approval and development of project health and safety plans. Procuring required PPE, air monitoring equipment, engineering controls (ventilation fans, barricades, etc), and other safety equipment for the project.
- encourage participation and also participate in performing SAFE observations
- health and safety, safety equipment calibration logs/records
- regulatory agency and client liaison
- contract administration and invoicing
- approval of purchase requisitions, purchase orders, and receiving reports
- project gross profit
- project close-out documentation
- project cost/performance feedback to estimating personnel
-Business Development
-Provide support to the Office Director in the implementation of the Business Development Program; participate in bid/proposal preparation as required.
-Foster a cooperative working relationship with the Construction Services group, corporate staff, and the engineering offices; exchange technical and business development information.
-Prepare and present papers at seminars, conferences, and symposiums.
-Administration
-Through temporary personnel arrangements, support inter-office activities with other offices.
-Develop and submit monthly invoices, assist with billing projections, and status of contracts, if applicable.
-Review, approve, and submit time sheets, expense reports, equipment logs, mileage logs, etc.
-At the completion of each construction project, and semi-annually for long-term Operation, Maintenance, -and Monitoring projects, prepare and discuss field employee performance evaluations.
-Support administration group activities including Finance, Human Resources, Office Services, etc.
-Maintain a personal code of conduct that reflects company philosophy, policy and procedures, and sets the standard for all staff members.
-Demonstrate by approach to decision making and interaction with staff that the company has high standards of excellence, plans for strategic long-term growth, and respects the individual efforts of its employees.
-Work to maintain/improve morale through involvement of employees (as appropriate) in the decision making process, on-the-job training, outside training, and establishment of long-term opportunities for staff members.

Qualifications
-Bachelor's degree in engineering, science, or construction engineering preferred.
-Minimum of 5 years' of landfill gas experience required.
-Strong oral presentation, and written communication skills.
-Ability to work cooperatively with others and foster a team spirit with all levels of personnel.
-40 hour Health and Safety, 8 hour Management and Supervisor, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, Confined Space -Entry, and Trenching Excavation Safety training.
-Experience or demonstrated high degree of aptitude in mechanical work; analytical problem solving and data analysis; interpretation of plans, specifications, schematics, manufacturers manuals, system operation and maintenance manuals; interpretation of applicable codes and regulations.
-Meet the physical requirements by walking inspections of improved and unimproved property.
-Valid driver's license with a driving record in good standing required

Spencer Ogden is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.