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The Lab is seeking a Deputy Project Manager to support the Critical Infrastructure Recovery and Renewal (CIRR) project to replace old degraded systems and make critical repairs, replacements, and to modernize several critical infrastructure systems, including:
- Electrical Distribution and Standby Power
- Chilled Water Generation
- Underground Distribution Network
- HVAC Systems
- Communications Distribution Network
This DOE 413.3B project is currently in the conceptual phase of design and is approaching itís critical decision 1 (CD-1) independent project review by the DOE. The purpose of this position is to assist the Project Manager with project reporting, project reviews and supporting the required interfaces with Laboratory, DOE and other project stakeholders.
Assists the Project Manager to collaborate with PPPL, DOE and all project stakeholders to:
1) Define project objectives, requirements, and key performance parameters.
2) Develop and document the project baseline.
3) Develop and maintain and manage under configuration control project documentation including 413.3b and deliverables such as design documents, risk registers, and other documents and communicating them to assigned staff, contractors and suppliers.
4) Engage PPPL stakeholders and subject matter experts to identify hazards, potential environmental impacts and coordinates the development of plans and controls for their mitigation throughout the project life cycle.
5) Communicates requirements to members of the project team.
6) Assists in organizing and facilitating aspects of critical decision review preparation.
7) Oversees all aspects of project execution including planning, design, safety, risk, scope, cost and schedule.
8) Identifies project issues, weaknesses, gaps, and adverse trends and implements timely and effective recovery plan(s), when needed.
9) Issues timely and accurate project reports and communicates project performance to PPPL and DOE stakeholders.
10) Communicates and works with project team and PPPL, stakeholders and peers to ensure that interfaces are effectively managed.
11) Ensuring job charges recorded against the project budget are accurate and reasonable.
12) Serves as the Cost Account Manager for assigned scope, including:
o Verifying work progress
o Reporting progress monthly to project team
o Reviewing, analyzing and addressing project variances
o Reviewing Estimate to Complete/Estimate at Completion (EAC/ETC) and developing new estimates, as required
o Initiating timely change requests, as required
13) Other duties as assigned by the project manager.
1. Effective leadership skills.
2. Strong verbal and written communication skills.
3. Confidence and demonstrated ability to manage across a broad range of work activities and technical disciplines involving a diverse spectrum of personnel.
4. Experience in leading unique, one-of-a-kind projects and applying Earned Value Management system(s) and principles including a thorough understanding of variance analysis,
5. Strong analytical skills and demonstrated experience in making timely, risk informed decisions.
6. Demonstrated teaming skills, including the ability to work effectively with peers, other organizations, project sponsors and stakeholders and suppliers.
7. Strong ability to collaborate with project managers and teams
8. Ability to take broad concepts and raw data and develop timely and accurate information to be used by all levels of Lab leadership.
9. Considerable knowledge of Microsoft Office with extensive and demonstrable experience in advanced Excel functions, and professional development and presentation of PowerPoint (or equivalent) slideshows.
1. Bachelorís degree in related discipline (described above)
2. Project Management Professional Certification (preferred)