State: North Carolina
Country: United States
DNJP3582 – PROJECT MANAGER 2 – CHARLOTTE, NC – 12 MONTHS
•The Project Manager will assume responsibility, as directed, for the design, overall cost, schedule and functionality of large scale projects involving city gate stations, transmission pipelines, compressor stations, LNG plant facilities, business process improvements, etc. Generally, these projects may cost $5 million or more.
•Will be responsible for determining all requirements by identifying and working with stakeholders, researching historical data within the Company and within the industry and forecasting future requirements and will employ others to execute the design, but will still retain responsibility for the results by monitoring status and directing the project.
•This position will be responsible for coordinating the required activities of company and contractor personnel to insure the successful completion of major projects.
•The Project Manager shall have significant expertise in several specialty areas. This expertise will enable the Project Manager to understand the terminology and requirements of these specialty areas and to be able to resolve or identify/research issues with industry experts.
•The Project Manager interfaces with internal and external stakeholders (such as end customers, Operations, Measurement, Gas Control, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Training, Contractors, Permitting Agencies, etc.) to ensure all requirements are being met and issues are being identified, will have knowledge of several other Company Departments and outside agencies used by the Engineering Department.
•Will have significant exposure to various engineering disciplines and be able to recognize when decisions in one area will impact other areas.
•Internally, the Project Manager interfaces with all stakeholders to learn of issues and respond to concerns about materials, performance of individual components or performance of broader systems and must assemble the information from the various stakeholders, select a solution, ensure communication of the relevant characteristics of that solution to all stakeholders and implement the solution.
•Have significant knowledge of the contracting process and the protections required by the Company in the course of executing projects and other work the Project Manager will provide positive coaching and mentoring to other Engineering and Project Management staff.
•The Project Manager shall contribute as a subject matter expert to the maintenance of Engineering Policies and Procedures with regard to design, construction, operating and maintenance, and emergency response.
•Specifications must assure code compliance for the entire system from the supplier delivery and measurement stations through transmission pipelines, pressure regulating stations, distribution pipelines, service lines, and customer meter sets.
•For some components of the system, a specific detailed engineering drawing will be required and a detailed written plan for the process is required.
•The primary concern is for specific plans to be consistent with the policies and procedures while meeting environmental, safety, functionality, schedule and cost requirements.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: Include the following:
•Develop and implement solutions for large-scale projects and ensure that solutions are integrated to all stakeholders in a way that meets stakeholder needs
•Direct the activities of company and other personnel, as required, to ensure the successful completion of all projects
•Support other Engineering and Technical Services team initiatives, provide supervision to Engineering personnel as needed
•Provide technical assistance to any and all aspects of facility design, construction, operation and maintenance including specialty areas such as welding, cathodic protection, controls, compression, SCADA, communications, pipeline construction, tapping/stopping, LNG, technical interpretation of DOT 192, API 1104, DOT 193, NFPA 49A, and other related codes and standards, etc.
•Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following tasks:
•Developing project scope, identifying stakeholders on Developing design requirements, resolving conflicting requirements among stakeholders and developing project cost estimates/plans/schedules/strategies
•Developing contract specifications, monitoring progress against cost estimates/plans/schedules Ensuring project obligations are met by frequent site visits/observations o Reporting status to stakeholders on a regular basis o communicating key issues to stakeholders as needed o Recommending and taking corrective actions as required to ensure project success.
•Four-year BS degree in Engineering or relevant degree and minimum 5 years job related experience
•Demonstrated proficiency using word processing and spreadsheet software, effective interpersonal and communication skills
•Demonstrated project management skills and abilities, demonstrated proficiency with contracting processes and issues
•5 years’ experience in natural gas Project Management or Design (transmission/distribution)
•Working knowledge of natural gas federal and state regulatory codes and standards, experience utilizing Stoner pipeline modeling software and working knowledge of reciprocating and centrifugal compressors, knowledge of digital, analog, and pneumatic control systems
•Professional Engineer (PE) license Preferred/ PMP Preferred and Proficiency with project management software (Microsoft Project, Primavera, etc.)
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Include the following:
• Able to endure long periods of sitting and standing
• Occasional lifting up to 25 lbs.
• Frequent field visitations
• Able to traverse uneven terrain
• Able to bend and stoop for periods of time and climb stairs
• Able to work long periods at a computer
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