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Our client is looking for an onsite Project Manager who will manage the 24/7/365 operations of wastewater centrifuge units within a refinery.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Ensures Health & Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all times.
Assesses project needs in terms of equipment and labor and determines projected length of project and costs; responsible for adherence to time frames and costs throughout the project.
Initiation of project by scheduling resources; submitting required paperwork to start project; negotiating with regulatory agency personnel and prepares written plans and compliance documents.
Monitor and keep client informed of progress; recognizes and negotiates authorized change in original project plan and adjusts costs accordingly. Performs field activities and assists as a lab chemist as necessary in the on-site lab.
Maintains client relations throughout project; provides progress reports to and negotiates change orders with client.
Supervises personnel involved with field operations, plans work to ensure safe conditions, and instructs in methods and procedures. Assists as necessary with Tech Services projects.
Safety, scheduling, management, and direction of 3 supervisors, 9 operators, and 1 lab technician.
Personnel safety, environmental compliance, and process safety are priority.
Meet daily to coordinate activities with the customer's operational staff to develop a positive working relationship.
Learn, comply and be proficient with the customers numerous work and safety processes.
Participate in the customer's contractor committees in particular for safety.
Daily activities involving coordination with the customer as well as contractors on site.
Networking and developing relationships across the refinery.
Develop deep understanding of the mechanical and chemical practices used and provide technical guidance to staff for troubleshooting and to adapt operations to ever changing feed to the process.
Lead small projects such as equipment maintenance and piping upgrades.
Participates in hiring, performance evaluation, disciplining, promotion and termination decisions.
Responsible for monthly billing approval and various other administrative tasks.
Engineering degree required. Chemical or Mechanical preferred.
Minimum 4 years' experience as a plant/production engineer or manager at a refinery or chemical plant required.
Minimum 2 years supervisory experience required.