Responsible for planning, executing, and evaluating projects according to predetermined timelines and budgets. Builds and manages project teams ensuring quality control throughout the project lifecycle. Accomplishes project objectives by planning and evaluating project activities.
A Geotechnical Construction Project Manager will be responsible for the overall management of geotechnical construction projects. This position will work with the Geotechnical project team at the corporate office in Houston but will also travel as needed to construction sites to execute project management, work closely with clients and oversee the work.
In this role, you will liaise with their regional counterparts and project teams, as well as their Worldwide counterparts, and will define the Plan of Record (POR) that will be used to drive their project.
In this role, the selected candidate will plan and execute capital improvement projects for expansion and/or upgrade of aluminum extrusion and rolling mill facilities. Develop project scope, feasibility, cost estimates and schedule.
The Geotechnical Construction Project Manager- will be responsible for the overall management of geotechnical construction projects; this position will work primarily from the corporate office in Houston but also include travel to construction sites as needed to execute project management, work closely with clients and oversee the work.
Gain a firm understanding of cloud-based solutions (including, but not limited to Salesforce.com) in order to drive adjustments from best practice guidelines when implementing for each portfolio company.
Collaborate with sections within Diagnostic Radiology, Division of Diagnostic Imaging, and institutional stakeholders to gather financial, operational and market information needed to facilitate and complete projects in which DR leadership is involved.