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Implementation Managers (IM) provide an in-the-field presence for projects and outages.
The IM will ensure the project construction phase meets and/or exceeds the project objectives of safety, regulatory compliance, scope, quality, schedule, cost, configuration management, and integration. They observe, coach and correct Duke Energy's contracted workers on safe work practices and standards such as Health and Safety, Environmental, Keys to Life and Human Performance.
The IM must perform frequent field observations and walk downs to ensure project construction success and then document in an observation reporting tool.
The IM will participate in daily pre-job and post shift briefs with contractor.
The IM will ensure the contractor is providing a quality product and the product is built to specifications and drawings. Monitor contractor productivity and communicate progress to project lead.
The IM acts as primary site contact for contractor and coordinate laydown and facilities use with the station.
The IM must be capable of communicating, coordinating, and leading various work groups, especially contractors, to achieve project objectives.
The implementation manager maintains a constant field presence ensuring adherence to specifications, policies, and procedures.
The role of an IM is to conduct watchful, observational management of contractor activities occurring in the field. 90% of a IMs shift should be field work. The balance of time is in an office setting performing duties that help to support the project's success., including submitting a daily project status report, and safety observation reports.
Additional Preferred Qualifications
At least 5 years construction experience in a power plant (management, oversite, or craft)
Experience reading construction specifications and drawings
Experience updating red line/as built drawings
Working knowledge of overall operating fundamentals and principles of generating station systems, equipment and processes
Working knowledge of coatings and rigging and lifting.
Demonstrated understanding of stringent environmental requirements.
Demonstrated understanding of Duke style safety culture.
Most of the work will be on an active construction site.
This project involves oversight of a large-scale coatings (cleaning and painting) project that will involve working at heights and in a remote area with limited cellular and computer service.
Work schedule is 12-hour night shift (7p-7a), 4-5 nights per week including weekend work as required.
Project site includes exposure to heat, cold, noise, dust and humidity. May be required to climb ladders, stairs, and work platforms at various heights; enter vessels or equipment with limited access; walk, stoop, bend or squat.
Must be able to read, comprehend, inspect, calculate, count, retain and make sound decisions. Regularly required to sit, talk, hear, use and reach with hands, arms and fingers.
There is potential exposure to high stress situations and requirement to be available for emergency response as required by the needs of service.