Manages activities of supporting project teams and internal development partners; ensures progress against established plan and makes determinations based on analysis of business information to alter or update schedule and resource allocation to meet product requirements and development schedule.
Provides direct and ongoing leadership for an organization of multiple subordinate managers and individual contributors coordinating, managing, and leading programs to drive the engineering development and implementation of products and service offerings.
Develops detailed project plans and manages all implementation processes including working with the resource manager for resource allocation, progress tracking, monitoring change control processes, testing, documenting training and on-time, on budget and on-scope delivery.
Ensures that the product development process abides by all defined cross-disciplined standards, meets the intent and letter of Phased Review Discipline and all compliance and regulatory needs of the applicable markets.
he Manager of Projects is responsible for the overall quality and timeliness of the work of all engineering and construction personnel assigned to the project including the coordination of the discipline leads, Project Engineers, Project Engineering Managers and Construction Managers.
Manages and leads a program involving one or more functions and project teams to drive the engineering development and implementation process for a subsystem or component of a product or service offering.
The purpose of this position is to lead individual, multi-disciplined real estate and maintenance project solutions for clients, in a highly detailed and safety orientated environment with direct accountability for project delivery.
Interface with other project team members, including Engineering, Construction, Procurement, Office planning, IT, Accounting, Treasury, Tax, Contracts and Legal, to facilitate compliance with execution strategy and objectives.
Manage the implementation of capital projects, including concept development, basic engineering, process optimization, technical and economic evaluation of alternatives, scope definition and control, estimating, cost control, scheduling, compliance, detailed engineering and design and safety.